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a II Bradner , 6Jan93 VOL. XXVIII. WELLINGTON. OHIO. WEDNES JUNE 13, 1891. no: 24: A Tl 1 . . . . ; '. WELLINGTON. OHIO. AVEDNESpAY. V V ! V 4 - Now! is the time to buy your summer suit. We can show you the best line of men's and boys suits in prices from , "', ",?. S4.50 to If SI 5.00 to be found in Lorain county, suits at . 38.00 and S1Q.OO are "corkers". All the latest styles in soft and stiff hats. The finest line of straw goods we have ever shown, invoice of summer - Neckwear? including the black hand, just received. see us before buying. Chap man & Leading Clothiers WELLINGTON Elyria Store. 51 THE 7EEY LATEST At our store can now be seen the very latest de sign of labor Baving Wash Board. Any one can wash the clothes just as well aa an an experienced hand. The gar ment will be clean and wear and tear less than by hand. Call and see it. I. e.Ieirce. . Nervous Debility Cured! WB1LW TOO WORK. ' Utora mn. youns of old: .wr 4bll- .uSKbTh. 'r,:,j,ii.mpf,rn;;rbt ' tha aarvoui or Miul lyateea. may of osaniam. rnwi tlon, alca aeadaclia, lion; alca beadaclia. rrularUtea. '' ' leueorrhoaa. ioouum dlKa. torpid liver. ai. tnrnld Her.p4lplUtl palpitation ana oil aralaa noon tha norrou and vl ",l"'A.-...iarA. Sarva forco. win, UtJllkir : " .111 naT r refttnr ; oVn. of ?h. body broo.hr up to ff.TmyouY m-ybood. ouBor.. WW. Dower. vicuma oi u- -T-- 7:, . overwork, eany nr.. -i ddiof taatlmonlali from 20"i minuter.. mrobaota. n' D. ..ntlmaoa all over tb. world. Adrtrfj In eoo- J4T A 4 tho Areda. ClQToUd.O..U..A H00D'8 SamparllU wins iu ,way Into the coofidence of the people i..' th. mod "it.. U iolnj. iFir triaU guarantee permanent CURES. '; ' Our men's A new satin stock four-in-. It will pay you to Robinson 1 of Lorain County. W. IJroad-et. OHIO. TRAVELERS' REGISTER bio four. In effect MniV, im. 8midrd tlm. soma west. 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No. &)No.3 NoTE a. m p.m Cleveland.. ..lr 11 w 8 051 u m Akron " 1 12 46 I 42 7 40 I 801 8 88 riterllna..... 1 Creatoa 122 I3.ll 1 47 100 Lodl Illomer Sullivan 141 IM S Oil 120 1 11 (21 1 22 1 30 8 02 8 11 Nova Htraenwlrh IChloago Junction. 1 4" 417 10 20 11 4' Foatorla 4 88 Ipblaaco 11 Ml. am 7 201 Spectacles and , Eye Glasses Scientifically ! "; fitted by J. W. HOUGHTON; 1 - NEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FROM THE SPECIAL COB ,. , RESPONDENTS TO THE i ' ENTERPRISE. About the ' Recent Happenings -. in Tlieir lm- anil special Kvenu In Tlinir lm- ,, . HUNTINGTON . 1 JtWl ll. The (leiilli of Mlr las Chap man (uie week "go thU morning, was great phoclt to the coiuuiunlty, on very few knew that ho wa very sick. ' 8I10 wan a lovely girl ami one that will be greatly mkseri. per funeral wuh held on Wednelny at 1 p. m. at nor father' house. The parlor in which the (racket rested wiw literally ullitl with flowers. The body lookml a.4 If lying 011 a bed of rosen and covered . with tho choicest flowers, mid with uu open bible In her hand she looked as If Jiwt resting. EltH-r Willard preached from Jer. 15, H -"Iter sun is gunii down while it is yet duy." The s.'iui.;n and the singing wero very appropriate. There were trlenfts present from all the surrounding towns, and Mr. aud Mrs. Hull, Mrs. Clciuhanse and Mrs. HoHlcy, brother and sisters of Mrs. Chap man, from Port Clinton. Tho children's concert, Sumlay even ing, children's duy, was one, of the best we have ever had. The singing wail mostly by the little children and was vary sweet. The church was beautifully trimmed with flowers, and there was a fountain playing all the time, which was great attraction to tho children. The pieces were all well learned and well re cited. Miss Kannle Anderson, from Ashland, is visiting her cmmlns, Mllo and; Will June. Mr. and Mrs. Scott am spending a few days with their sou, Amos' family. Mrs. Mary Hark, from Lorain, visited in town lust week. '. Miss Ida Eglln spent a day or two at home. Mrs. Recce will have to stay-in Cleve land a while longer, as her baby has just broken nut with chicken pox. Thomas Smith and Jennie McQunte were married at the M. S. Parsonage lat Saturday evening bj tho pastor, Key. M T. Reec. Mrs. Stella Smith and little daughter, Nettle, return to C'entorton, their home. today, after making a short visit to friends here. Mrs. Flavins Chapman and son, Burk, of Norwalk, are spending a short time at N. T. Chapman's. Burk is going to Okla homa to spend the summer with his brother and uncle, C. A. Chapman. Sylvester Bois Is very sick, with little hopo of Ills recovery. A 8iiiiday-schixd picnic from Akron at Baker s crossing last Thursday. Iua Chapman, daughter of E. F. and Mattio Chapman, departed this life Juno 4, aged 1!) yeanv 1 montlis'anil 4 days. Death has claimed a shining mark Her sweet life went out ere we expected. "Her sun went down while it was yet day," wits the text of her pastor, of the Baptist church, of which she was an earnest aud devoted inemlxT. Her sweet disposition, social nuture and kindness of heart endeared her to ull, as was man lfest by a very lurge concourso of friends at her funeral. She admired the beautl fill, and hence her many friends brought their floral offerings till her couch was a bed of flowers moistened with tears. La France roses covered her beautiful casket and with her loved bible in hand we laid her to rest in a grave lined and fittingly trimmed by Mrs. Josie Van Cleef, assisted by others who prized her many Christian virtues and Christian wortli. The church and choir feel an irreparable loss that is to her a gain. Instead of the church or gan, she plays the harp and her songs blend with heavenly melodies. A. J. Saob. BOCXXESTEB. : JCNKli'E. W. Mason, of Cleveland, is visiting Mrs. F. M. Dagnan and other relatives lathis place. Mrs. Wm. Clark, of Cleveland, Is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clifford and other friends in this place. F. and IL Stebins have returned from Cleveland, where they have been engaged In painting tor the past six weeks. Dell Boice has a fine new barn almost completed. Our Jchools have closed for the sum mer vacation, and our teacher, Miss Boice, will take her much needed rent. . Mrs. Mary Seagar, who has been suffer ing from lung trouble, has not been as well for the past few weeks. F. M. Mother Gray's Sweet Wornt Powders. Mother Gray, a nurse .in the children's home in New York, has for yean treated children successfully with a remedy, now prepared and placed in the drag stores, called Mother Gray's Sweet Worm Pow ders. . They are sold by all drugists at 25 oeuts a package, i . They remove all worms, are harmless as milk, pleasant to take and never fall. Valuable (or fever- Ishness, constipatioa am) headache, vn if no worms are present. ; , Ask Dr. J. W. Houghton or F. B. Tissot , v . : i 1 ; BRIGHTON. 1 JtmE 12. The frost'of Tuesday night did considerable damage to corn and po tatoes In this section. 1 Soiuo havo hud to fit and plant over.. Wheat does not seem to be hurt any. . 1 f ' Mrs. J. C. Whipple arrived home, Mon day,' lifter a two weeks' sojourn with her sons In Toledo and Detroit. , . , , j(;Mrs. R. F. Mayer left for Berea, Weiines-, dayw week's visit with friends in i .that place, and to attend the commence ment exorcises. i ' ' Mrs-'Theophllus Hall, of Woillngton, spent a few dByp in town this week, the guest of her sb t ni, Mrs. James Whipple and Mrs. H. Dunaar. J .. The Maccabees of Rochester, Clarks field And Kipton will hold a grand picnic at M. doss' grove, one-fourth mile south of thisplnce, July 4. Rev. It. F. Mayer attended the minis-J terkUioclatiou ut Clyde, Wednesday ami i liiifsnay. The center school, which has been suc- cessf uflf taught by Karl Perkins, closed Friday with a pleasing program for the occasion. Mr. Beach and Miss Bust, of Welling ton, spent Siimhiy in town, the guests of Miss May floss. The Brighton and ClarksQeld nines played a game of ball at tho latter place last Saturday, which resulted in a score of 11 to 12 In favor ol Clarksfleld. They expect to play again ut this place in two weeks. Rev. Mayer took a trip to Berea, Satur day, for a visit of two or three days. Mrs. B. A. Newhall fell from a tree, yeuyorday, while picking some cherries, aud wan severely hurt. A doctor was Illicitly siuiiiunncd but found no bones broken but found her badlly hurt other wise. She Is reported as feolinnr better at the present writing. The H. S.S. union convention and basket picnic is to be held June 21 intheplea.sant grove of M. Ooss, and the following pro gram has been arranged for the occasion, liitersporcl with music: Needs of the Hour, Rev. R. F. Mayor; How to Make Yoiircelf Agreeable; f. M. Pea-ley; Tem perance, What Next? Rev. Ruddock; God's Mindfulness of Man, Rev. J. P. Fenwlck; Music for the Times, C. F. Greeno; Duties of a Temperance Man, A. Barnes; Model Teacher, 0. Goss; Model Neighbor, A. Johnson; Parliamentary I'eages, 11. Squires; Good Time. George RoberjMard Times, J. Andrews; frac- Rd'i-la, tidal & mjof miof Life, a. A. Knapp; What a Chrtsi'.ijMay Be.f!. A. Hardy; Excuses, M. Gi9s! The convention will convene at 10:30 a. ni. Strawberries and other refreshments will be sold on the grounds. Rover. PITTSFIELD. Juke 12. An Ice cream and straw berry festival will be given by the M. E. church nt the town hall, Tuesday evening June 19. ; The exercises at the Congregational church Sunday night were listened to by a full house and were very good. The festival given by the K. 0. T. M. on Monday evening of this week was a eucww both socially .'and financially, iji.OO being cleared. The crowd was larger than wad ever known in the hull. The order was represented from Oberlin, Elyrla, LaGrange and Wellington. The speeches were very witty and to the point, and greatly enjoyed by all present The members of Plttsfleld tent extend a hearty vote of thanks to the speakers and also to the LnGrango tent for their ex cellent music. SPENCER, Jl'NE 13. Rev. T. L. McConneli was taken suddenly and seriously ill June 2 and continued to be in a precarious con ditirm tor a week or more but is conval escing. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stafford and Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Heyd and daughter, Maud, spent Sunday In Elyrin. Mrs. Mary E. Funk and daughter, Jennie, nt Laltasburg, Mrs. J. A. Mere dith; of Plttsfleld, and Mrs. C. C. White, of Wellington, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Gardner. Tho weather has taken a change and has been extremely warn for the past few days. . 8FXNCEB. Junk . -Married, May 30, by Rev. G. H. Norton, Miss Ella Smith and Edward Bitter, of Akron. Mr. and Mrs. D. Nitterrauar, of Burton, 0., visited his sister, Mrs. Polly Stanley, and her sister, Mrs. J. H. Gardner, and their families, daring the past week. There was quite a severe frost this morning, killing potatoes and other ten der vegetation on low ground. A Grand Feature of Hood's Sarsaparllla is that while it purifies the blood and sends It coursing through the veins hill of richness and healtli, it also imparts new lite and vigor to every function of the body. Hence the expression so often heard: ''Hood's Sar aaparilla made a new person of me." It overcomes that tired (oellng so common now. ,,., 1 Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, per fcctly harmless, always- rwllalile uud ben- otirini. . Tiisi, on- center rAa'betweeu' f.ftcV Held and tfufivM.' jtnVay,' Jiinf 3. 11 shawl.'' Ffodcr pl'ttW leave at Peufleld postofuce. . F. Bachklub, . Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOUJTEltf PURE NEW LONDON. Junk 11. M. Cookingham and Dr. Rawson are on the sick list. '. , , J. II. Beattlo was elected delegate to attend the republican state convention at Mt. Vernon, aud E. R. Stilson delegate to the C. P. and judicial conventions. C. E. Healy, of Detroit, Mich., was In town lost Wednesday. John Mathers has returned from Jack son, Mich., to make his home in New Loudon again. Mrs. Towusend and her daughter, Stella, roturued from New London about awoekslnce. Dr. J. II. McEUIlnney attended the prohibition convention at Colnmbus last week. Mrs. A. 8. Johnson attended the dis trict convention of tho llome Missionary society held at Sandusky last week. Mrs. Darling, of Sandusky, is visiting here with her daughter, Mrs. A. J. Grid ley. Mrs. E. C. Kinney ahd sister, ut Cleve land, spent commencement week iu town. Mrs. Kinney is a niomlier of the high school alumni. Tho event of the past week lias beeu the oommeucoment exercises, which were heldon Thursday and Friday evenings. The church was packed aud many who wished to attend were unable to find standing room. The exercises were ex cellent. Each one looked so well and did so nicely It is very hard to decide ;who did tho best. The reception for the graduates was held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. U. Beattlo on Saturday evening, Juue 9. Another milestone Jias passed In their lives. On Wednesday, June 13, the Chiiutatt tauqua alumni held their annual ban quet, Mrs. F. B. McElHinney being the hostess. The alumni numbers twenty- seven members and only, their mciuU-rs are present at thrir hauqiiut. wlikh.ls one of their red letter days, and a royal good time is always in order. The Baptist Aid society met with Mrs. Elder last Friday. Tho M. E. Aid society wilt meet next Friday with Mrs. G. W. Runyon. Children's day was observed at the M. E. church Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hunneywell, of Norwalk; are visiting her brother, Rev. N. J. Close. Chas. Rowson, of 80th Bend, Ind., has been home for a few days called here by the sickness of his father. Mr. Griffin, of Norwalk, spent Sunday in town. The telephone poles are up between here and Hereford. Miss Nollie Vanllorn, of Lima, ft., is visiting her sister. Mrs. Winebar. Mrs. G. A. Vanllorn, of Galium, spent the past week in town with her daughter. NEW POSTAL MONEY ORDERS. Everybody who sends or receives cah through Uncle Sam's mall, will be lCer ested in learning that on July 1, a new money order system will go Into effect, by which large aud small sums can be readily transmitted by letter aud at much less rates than at present. The skedule of fees to be charged for the new money orders has been reduced to the basis now charged by the various express companies for transmitting money, and will be as follows: For 2.50 or less, 3 cents,; $2.50 to $3. C cents; r to $10, 8 cents; 10 to $20, 10 cents; $20 to $30, 12 cents; $: to $40, 15 cents; $10 to $30, lg cents; $30 to $), 20 cents; $00 to $75, 23 cents; $73 to $100, 30 cents. At offices whore the supply of money orders are ex hausted on the first of this month, the new order was furnished and Issued. At this place the new form will be Issued on or before the first of next month if the present stock of blanks Is exhausted. Nothing Suuceed Like Stu-cewi. And that accounts for the wonderful sales of Infallible Scotch Cure, for rheu matism, gout, lumbago, scliitirs, neural gia, etc. Just iutroduccd In America by the Hall Medicine company. T.dedo, 0. An Infallible cure In Nillninl i proving itself an infallible cure liuiv. A fair trial Will coirdnce you. t Mie by F. B. Tlssot AccX't lDsiibstilnti'. Awarded Highest Honors-World's Fair. ROfo IT Ml The only Pure Cream of Tertar Powder.r-No Ammonia; No Alum. . Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standatd, ' Poivdei1 WA8HINQTON LETTER. PropMad Uond Iaano-Honthorm Democrat Ara t'uoaajr. Washington', Juue 8.- Representative Mercer, of Nebraska, ought hereafter to have an Improved standing at the pension bnreaov as he was this week married to a slster-fn-Iaw of Commissioner Locliren Miss Bfrdle Abbott It is denied at the treasury department that the administration is contemplating another bond issue, but it is significant ly added that there is enough money in sight to keep things running until about August 1, and therein lies the milk in the coconuut. It required ull the Influ ence at the command of the administra tion to keep down an open revolt among tho democrats Iu congress when Secre tary Carlislo kssued those bonds a few months ago, ami aow that the adminis tration has fewer offlres to give out, it would be still more difficult. For that reason the administration wishes to post pone another Issue until congress has adjourned, and it hopes that it will have adjourned by the first of August. The southern democrats in tho house are in a state of miud over the happen ings of tlie week In congress, and they ara indulging lulhreatswhicli are not calculated to increase theVrenlty of the bosses of tho party.. They do not like the protection given to the sugar trust by the adoption of the Cleveland-Carlisle-sugar trust schedule of the tariff bill, and say they will defeat it when the tariff bill goes back to the house, and to show their ability to do it, they refer to the very decisive majority by which the nouse aereated a proposition, to put a duty of one-fourth of oue cent a pound upon refined sugar. They are even worse dignintlcd over a death blow ad ndalfltored by tho house ito the favorite scheme of southern democrats wild cat nicewy-hy the defeat of (ibo bill r(Jr the repeal of the tux on stato bank currency. Senator Hoar's resolution providing for the appointment of a select commit tee tit five senators to grant hearings to the leaders of the vurlous scwralled Indus trial urmles was this week adopted by the senate without a dissenting vote. The senate Investigating committee Is making haste in a very leisurely manner, For two days this week It was not in session ut all, having adjourned to await witnesses, it was said, when there were a doxen senators believed to have knowl edge on the subject who have not been called on to testify. All the evidence taken so fur tends to coullrm the charges.. COMMON PLEAS COURT. NEW CASES. August Huss vs. Mary E. Bufflngton,. Injunction and eqnituble relief. Q. A.. Gillmore for plaintiff. Farman Brass Works vs. Avon MfgCo... money only. Suit comes from Wain. Amount claimed $I30.(W, dm- on a prom lsory note. Q. A. Gillmore for plaintiff. E. A. Sullivan vs. L. W. Ely and Mrs. L. W. Ely, money only. Case comes from Wellington. Suit on promisor note for $100, now pnst due. Metcalf & Tillotson for pluintiff. National Wall Paper Co., vs. J. C. Mc Laughlin et al., to set aside a deed and equitable relief. Plaintiff holds a claim , a conspiracy by which they are to be de jfranded out of $441,11. W. B. Bedortha for plaintiff. Colgate Hoyt vs. The United Brass Co., foreclosure of mortgage and equitable relief. Plaintiff prays thot a receiver be appointed to take charge of the works at Lorain. That all parties be required to file their claims against the company.. That plaintiffs elalm for $250,000 be allowed and for equitable relief. Hoyt, Dustiu and Kelley for plaintiff. Ohio vs. Barshaw, assault and battery. Ohio vs. Chas. Rouk, emheulemeit. Nolliod. Colgate Hoyt, trustee, vs. United Brass Co., appl'tion for receiver. J. H. HiUa apiHilnted. " Julia J. Freeman vs. Harriet EarL, to set aside will. Settled, each party to pay their own costs. 1. ( ,( . .I." I if 1 1 la ) 1 iu: iy ft 4 . "x K''