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0 H Bradner 6jan85 ; VOL. XXVIII. WELLINGTON. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27, 1894. NO. 26. r 1 . - . 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 S15.00 to be found in Lorain county. Our men's suits at S8.Q0 and SIO.OO are "corkers". All the latest styles in soft and stiff hats. The finest line of straw goods we have ever shown. A new invoice of summer Neck wear. including the black satin stock four-in-hand, just received. It will pay you to see us before buying. Chapman & Robinson Leading Clothiers of Loraiu County. WELLINGTON Elym Store, 31 W. Broad-st. OHIO. W r .... It is our aim to progress with the times and give to the public the newest and best improvements in our line of goods. We would call especial attention to the D angler asoline tove. It combines the advantages of the gen- eratmg stove with those of the process. It is absolutely the only gasoline stove in the market which does. It has the durability and long liie of the generating stove. It has more modern improvements and conveniences than any other stove made. ' It takes less Gasoline .and produces a hotter flame.' ' V These are a few of the advantages. We will take pleasure in explaining them all to you if you will call and thus give us an opportunity. Dealers in General Hardware. NEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FKOM THE SPECIAL COR RESPONDENTS TO THE ENTERPRISE. Aliont the Recent Happening Special Events iu Their Im ' mediate Vicinity. and HUNTINGTON. June 25.-Rev. Clms. Powell, a Into graduate of Baldwin university, preach es in the M. E. church next Sunday. Mrs. Yiesley, Mrs. Elbert Chapnmn's twin sister, 1ms been visiting her the past week. Mrs. Julia K. Ilaskell. of Euclid, visit ed at M. R. Smith's last week. She came out to attend the Vorce-Huskell wedding. Lelia Baker attended the high school, commencement nt Akron last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lowtou Gillctt, of Pen fleld, spent Sunday in Huntington. Mrs. Alia Pratt and Mrs. Johnson vis lsed in Penfleld Friday, Mrs. Pratt re maining a few days, Mrs. Johnson, of Michigan, and Mrs. Ella Goodrich, of Oberlin, called on old friends in town Friday. Clayton Chapman and wife and Mr. Curtis and wife, of Elyria, spent Sunday at T. I). Plielon's. Ida Eglin, who is teaching in Cleve land, is home for the summer vacation. While doing her summer work Sunday Mrs. Leinlnger fell to the floor and was unconscions for some time. She had a stroke of paralysis. A picnic In Joseph Plielon's woods, one half-mile east of the center July 4. Mrs. W m. Short died last Tuesday morning from the measles. She luul seemed to he getting along all right until anoui midnight, when a change took place, and she failed rapidly until about o .o clock, when she died. The funeral was held nt 1 p. m. Thursday at her father's house, her pastor, Elder Willard. conducting the services. The arrange ments for the funeral were umde to re semble those at the funeral of her sister. Ina. This is a heavy blow to the family aim especially to the vouns husband. They all have the warmest sympathy of me enure community. Mrs. Short was a lovely Christian woman, one wlw n- deared luiuttlu viUt -whran tie runt in contact. The death or these two sis ters nas thrown a Bloom over the entlr Tillage; especially will thoy be missed in weir cnurcn and societies. IN MEMOBMM. Anna Chapman Short departed tlds life June 19. IH'M, aged 22 years. Again our community is made doubly sad, yet we "sorrow not as thoee who have no hone". But a few days ago the death angel enter ed the home of E. F. and Mattie Chap man, taking from them a daughter, mid now another call is made and another daughter, whose moral worth ai;d Chris tian virtues cau only be estinmtl hv thim who knew her lest, is called home. ro the carnal mind, the inquiry arises, n ;iy is it the good and true, those who are so useful in molding society and mak ing it what It should be that are taken from us? We know not now. but shall know hereafter. -The Master hath need of them." The funeral services wr held at her parents' home, where several huudred gathered to sooth the deeo irrlef and testify to her worth. . Loving bauds luid her away beside her sister with the same profusion of flowers. A loving hustiand watched her lading blooms Amointrt Kentlo hand her dying pillow ainootlivd; How sm4 they watched hrt Jourorylng lo the tomb: How lovlna her dying hour they soothed. ROCHESTER. . Clayton Dimock, of Cleveland, is visit ing his mother, Mrs. Mary Myers. Geo. Garrison attended fh (VmvnntlAn at ML Jernon last weekas a delegate. Mrs. Ellen Burke, of Elvrls. nmi aiatm- tr. . iuu moat, were visiting their parenta, air. ami ajrg. uioat last week. Bay and Tad Garrison aro home from Berea college for the summer vacation. Homer Potter, of Ashtabula, is spend ing his vacation at thehnmnnf bin nnr. A- - ems, jir. ana .Mrs. R. Potter. Prof. Geo. Carrier is visiting hi moth cr Mm. P. Cnrrler and other friends in misplace. W- W. Chamberlain, of Massillon. formerly of this place, was visiting friends hero last week. We are glad to noi me success of Wade aa a rising young imysieiBii. Mrs. Mary Myers visited friends in Ber lln l ist week. Mrs. K. Potter ha Just returned from Cleveland, where she was called by the sieves or her cousin. Mrs. John finnlnn Cl.iyt m Chapman and wife, of Elyria, are visiting relatives in this Dlace. Mrs. Dr. Smith, of Cleveland, is visit ing her cousm, John Porter, of tills pi aw. 'Johnnie Chamberlain, of Tiffin, is vis um? Hatives in this place. Senator W. T. Clark, of Cleveland, was a gupst of friends in this place over Sun uay" Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wright, of Wel lington, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. El niei fiherman of this place, over Sunday. Mrs.Johu Robishaw. who has been quite sick, is convalescent. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Bating Powder BRIOHTON. JfM: 21. The receut showers have caused tiie fanners to feel happy again n ne:it Is rapidly changing color. Oats are looking well in this section The Sunday-echoul convention and basket picnic passed oft pleasantly and was veiy interesting. A.N Gill and family spent Suaday with it mother in PlttsftVld. - Mf. I'.lcharda, who has been stopping with hi sister. Mrs. B. A. Newball. re turned !o his home in Richland county last we ik. Mrs. Libble Loveland is reported to be siowiy valpsctn2. VhlMA.NGiIl was hiving a swarm of lf jr 4. fW dllVM alnf.fl ha tt-M l.aillv V- 1 .. 1 stimg.Mn criusequeuce of which he feels quite Dig. ' Rev. and Mrs. Mayer, assisted In the commencement exercises at Barrett's diapel last Friday evening. Miss May Goes is entertaining a little girl from Cleveland a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Greene and little daughter, Daisy, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Chatham. Miss Ora Fox will take the place of Miss Alibi Loveland at the contest this evening. R. C. GilL of Pittsflfld. snent Sunday wun nis orother, t". K. Gill. Mrs. Harriett Dunbar returned home Satunlay after a two-weeks visit in Wei llngton. The Brighton nine played a nine from Clurksfleld Saturday aud won by a score of 17 ta HI. SULLIVAN. Runt, patient aullerer. la tby narrow btdj Beat, freed from mortal ear nod aarthl. .rnr. Thy Savior lovaa the holy dead; Rest, mid the joys ot never-ending life. - A.J.Oioic. CARD OF TUAXKd. It seems in our great sorrow as if words fall ns: but we would that v could express the gratitude that we feel in our hearts tor the words of sympathy that have come to ns and the nnllmltl kindness that has been shown us in this hour of our double affliction. Mav God blesse ach one. E. F. Chapman and fam ily with W. L. Short. PENFIELJD. Junk Si. James Keweorub is Quite sick. Mrs. Win. Jewett and Miss McAfee, of Rochester, visited at A. W. Dunham's 8unday. Rev. Schwlmblyand wife and Rob't McConaughy attended commencement at Oberlin last week. The family of R. G. Falconer is nimlv afflicted with scarlet fever. Two very bad cases have been reported. The dIocs has been quarantined, and every precau tion Is being taken to prevent the spread ot the much-dreaded disease. Charlie Klnnlson and Miss Mamie Hut- liff, of Wellington, were the guests of Miss Pauline Hayes Sunday. wool buyers have been numerous the past week. They are offering from 10 to l!'j cts. per pound. Ji'XK 25. The much needed rain came at last and all crons are in-owing- nicely In this vicinity. Rev. Thompson had a valuable horse killed by lightning last Saturday. Hen ry iiyne ion two colts fMiu the same cause last week. F. A. Dudley lias secured a Dositioo in the 1 armers' bank at Canlstata, S. I), Harry Musser and wife moved into Merritt Larabee's house, two miles east of the center. Clifford Stoffer, of West Salem, made few business rails in this vicinity last -inurstiay Mrs. R. L. Becker and daughter. Clara. were the guests of Mrs. K. E. Dudley last waci. Horse racing Is attracting considerable attention In this place at present. Next Saturday lovers of the sport will be able to witness a race or two. The event booked for last Saturday failed to come on. Editor Dnnlap of the Reporter called on friends In this place last week and, also, attended the Koons reunion. 8everal carloads of baled hay were shipped from this place but week. Burt HcEntyre and wife, of Corington. Ky., are visiting friends here. Mr. McEntyre returned Thursday evening. Mrs. McEntyre will remain here several weeks. Some seventvflve relatlvm attunilMl tha Koons' family reunion, which was held at the home Of Mrs. Anna Kimna but Thursday. The next meeting will be at the hone of Ezra Freyman. of Homex- vlUe, 0, The lew Disciple church is nearly com pleted nd Is a One. building. The grad- ABSOHUTELY PURE NEW LONDON. Junk 23. Mrs. J. M. Garrell is ugain prostrate with sickness. Arthur Kent and his niece, Miss Geor gia Giles, attended commencement exer cises at Hiram college lost week. Mrs. Bachus, of Brighton, and Mrs.Fish of Whltefox, spent Sunday in town wllh Mrs. B. Post Mi's. Sherman and daughter, Julia, of Wakemnn, were the guests of Miss Mary Post part of last week. Miss Post and hur mother go to Fre mont this week to be gone during the summer. Mrs. W. R. More, daughter and sister, Miss Wottring, have gone to Delaware, 0., to spend several weeks with her mother. Mrs. Kenyon's mother returned to her home in Dayton, 0., last Wednesday. Mrs. Kenyon Is away visiting friends lor a couple ot weeks, PITTS FIELD. June 2d. Frank Glllot, who lias been attending school In Delaware, returned home last Friday. Miss Frankie Whitney is visiting her sister in Massillon. Charles Plckworth is suffering from quinsy. John Peal fell from a wagon last week, breuking a hip. He i doing as well a can be be expected. S. D. Whitney is visiting In Spencer. Frank Parsons is slowly failing. A company of young people attended children's day exercises iu Kipton, last Sunday evening. Miss Loa Foster, of Penfleld, is visiting her uncle, R. Gibbous. Jr. Mrs. J. E. Davis, of Chicago, is spend ing an indefinite time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Lake. Mrs. H. Betts, accompanied by Mn.. Charles Furze of Wninin iui . .u WAD ML ff OH Mrs. D. J. C. Arnold and daughters are ! friends In Pntir inf visiting her parents in Wellington. Mrs. George Wilson ami daughter Mrs Miss Zoe Powers is visiting her uncle ! Tozer, is visiting in Cleveland. In Wakeman. Richard Talks was born iu Wellingor Rev. Win. Kepler, D. D., was in Cleve- Eng., Nov. Id, ism, Wtts married in 1842 land and Llnndale a part of last week. came to America in 1H55, settled in Pitts Saturday evening the Junior Epworth ! field in 1X37, where he died June 2" im league gave an ice cream social and lawn ! He was 711 years, 7 mouths and 6 da"ys old." fete at the home of Miss Maud White. It i was a member of the M. E. church 4h was well patronized, and the Juniors feel years. Rev. C. A. Corf man conducted quite happy. ( the service, which was held Sunday. The The services In the M. E. church Sun-; remains were placed iu the east cemetery day morning were conducted by the Ma-1 at this plaee. xopsy sonic fraternity, in commemoration of John the Baptist day. Rev. Richards, of North Fairfield, a Masonic brother, offici ated. The ladles' aid society of the M. E. church wiU meet with Mrs. Wm. A1I- baugh Friday afternoon. Z. D. Ells, of Cleveland, spent Sunday in town with his son, Harry. . .. ,4):;r 8PENCER. Jcxe 26. Rev. T. L. McConnell has re covered from his late illness so as to be able to take charge of his work again. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Casey, of Jackson, Mich., are visiting friends in town. Jay and Florence Uendee went to Mich igan a few days ago. Jay has returned, but Florence is making an extended visit. S. D. Whitney, of Pittsfleld. Mr. Wood. ot Elyria, Mr. Garris, of Rochester, and Mr. Vlning, of Kipton, were In town at tending quarterly meeting at the Bautlst Church last Saturday and Sunday. Fred Storm has returned from Cleve land. Mrs. W. H. Lawrence, of Cleveland, is visiting her sister, Mrs. D. M. Carter, and family. A very heavy rain tell Saturday in tne south and east part ot the township. while in the north part there was none at all. Dr. A. G. Willey has taken a pleasure trip to the west He attended the medic al convention in San Francisco, Cat., and will go from there to Portland, Oregon, before returning. Mrs. Nancy Ensign Is in Lorain caring for a sick sister. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Eicher were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. BenJ. Allen, ot Penfleld. Strawberries are about goue for this season. The crop has been i good one. Raspberries are already on the market Key. thus, wood preaches every alter nate Sunday morning at the United Brethren appointment on the Smith road. Prof. J. M. Beaton has finished his year's studies at Meadville Pa., and re turned home to spend his vacation. Master Geo. W. Stedman. is SDendlnir a week visiting friends In Elyria. n beat is almost ready for the reaper and Is a good crop. Haying was begun last week and the grass crop, also, is a good one In this section. Cadaw Paata Just received, at IL Wailswnrth A Snn'a. a stork of cedar posts. Tkexe posts are oeeled and cut from live timber, ara nr- feetly sound and are sold at the lowest price yet offered. Examinations 111 con vince you of the facts. Yard to eornor of Prospect and RsHr.mil afr-'etaT tH COMMON PLEAS COURT. Nettie M. Hutchinson vs. Geo. C. Free man, divorce. Plaintiff asks for divorce on the grounds that he is a bigamist and convict N. L. Johnson vs. Stowell B Dudley and T. F. Daniels, foreclosure of mortgage. Suit to rocovpr money due for legal KtVs ia the irtorefl-rffltiruyca'. 1 Mary A. Bliss vs. Elien Bliss, divorce. Asked for on account of aHemd adult of defendant with Mary A. Washburn at different times and places. Henry W. and Sarah M. Waterbury vs. Plienlx Insurance Co., money only. Plaintiffs property Insured in above company for IHXX) was burned on March iu, ns. suit is begun to recover amount of insurance. Albert J. Tillotson, administrator es tate of Orris 8mith, deceased, vs. Erastus Mckerson et al., money only. Plaintiff alleges that property formerly owned by Orris Smith has been damaged to the amount of fuCO and asks for judgment. Arthur Kenaston vs Moses Beal, money only, continued. Elizabeth Hopwood vs. Ralph Hopwood, divorce, granted. A. A. Geroe & Son vs. H. A. Barnard, money only, continued. Charles Nohls vs. L. A. Ranuey & Co., money only, verdict for plaintiff, $23.7l. Ohio vs. John Albright shooting with intent to wound, plea guilty; sentence three years in the penitentiary. Ohio vs. John Horton and W. M. Marks, robbery, plea guilty; sentence three years in the penitentiary. PROBATE COURT. Ohio vs. John Martin, petit larceny, verdict guilty; sentence 10 and costs. J. F. Maddeu appointed administrator ot estate ot John E. McCalL late of Lo rain. Nicholas Klhm appointed administra tor ot will of Mathias Mueller, late of Elyria township. L. 8. & M. 8. R'y Co. vs. Myron Cun ningham, to appropriate land, verdict $300 for land. 000 damages. Motion for new trial made by defendant MARRIAGE LICENSES. Ilarry F. Maple and Therema Ott Thou. Fagan and Nellie Gardner. Andrew Nichols and May Barnes. Jake Delflng and Liztie Foreman. L. D. Voire and Agnes C. Haskell. W. H. Lamson and and Edith M. Bridge. Alice E. Bostwick and Emma Carrier. Arthur IL Hancock and Alice E. BarflR. Lincoln H. Jllllp and Jennie P. Johnston. . Awarded Highest Honors-World's Fair. lug ot week. J. MJOtterharW whips k less than cost The the yard will be finished this V1r Cmrk.n. ' y will And that Lew Ely has a ni !.( ' V fiMir' The oaly Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. Ke Ammonia; Ko Alum. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the StaadardV ft '0 U1 1 ','. " ;'