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''to NO. 27. VOL. XXVIII. WELLINGTON. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. JULY 4, 18)L Wow! ia the time to buy your summer suit. We can show you the best line of men's and boys' suits in prices from S4.5Q to S15.QO to be found in Lorain county, suits at S8.QO and Our men's SIO.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 Neck- A new 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 Lorain County. WELLINGTON Elyna Store, 21 W. Croad-st. OHIO. NEWS FROM ABOUT US. NOTES FROM THE SPECIAL COB RESPONDENTS TO THE ENTERPRISE. About the Recent Happenings and Special Events In Their Im mediate Vicinity. HUNTINGTON. July 2. -Prof. F. D. Ward and family. of New London, are visiting friends in town. Ml. Maud Cogswell, of Cloveland, Is visiting her sister at the M. E. parson age. Miss Bliss and Mlsj Haiglit returned to their home in North Kairfleld last Wednesday after spending a few day. at the Baptist parsonuge. John Reman from Iowa, sppnt Sunday town. II. Rogers, of Cleveland, Is visiting his brother, Stanley, and family. Mrs. Susie Wix and twin boys, of North Amherst, visited at Milo Juno's last week. A lodge of ilacubees was organized at the center last week with twenty one charter members. Harrison Haulk anil wife of Akron, spent several days at A. Haulks. F. S. Haulk and family, of Lodl. and John Simon, and famely, of West Salem, spent Sunday at A. Haulk's. Mrs. Eilzar Baker spent last week in Delphos. Miss Loola Andrews, of Delphos, Is vis iting her friend, Leila Baker. Miss Lou Ward's school closed Satur day wiih a picnic, at which there wero about sixty present. Prof. F. I). Ward filled the pulpit at the M. E. church last Sunday evening very acceptably. His old friends were i all glad to hear him speak. Geo. Boon's youngest son Is very sick An excursion to Akron on the P. A. W July 12. Miss Minnie Smith's school closes July 3. J. B. Pratt and J. B. Robinson attend ed the Epworth league convention at Akron last week as delegates. IN MKMORIAM. Whereas, it has pleased Almighty God to remove from our midst, our beloved sisters. Miss Ina Chapman and Mrs. Anna Short, we, the Baptist Young People's Union of Huntington, 0., solemnly as sembled, do frame aud adopt the follow ing resolutions: Resolved, That our departed sisters, 5' j BRIGHTON. Juxr 2.-The clatter of the mower is heard on every side, and soon the sound of the binder will be heard. ' About thirty present at the Ladies' Aid fociety of the Congregational church which met with Mrs. E. M. Glllett last week. ? George Ronk spent a day in Nor walk last week. . Miss Elsie Mitchell of Wellington spent Sunday in town. . Miss Bornice Garrett of LaGrange Is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. French. Miss Edna Perkins of Wellington spent Sunday in town visiting her brother, E. Perkins. '; Miss Maude Bennett of Carey, Ohio, is visiting In town. Miss Bertha Griggs of Wellington was visiting her cousin, Miss Gillott, the past week. ' Junius Whlmile had two head of cattle killed by lightning during the electric storm the fore part of the week. Ellsworth Palmer, of West Clnrksfleld, Sundayed in town with his sister, Mrs. G. F. Ronk. Miss Anna E. Pixits, of Berca, is spend ing a few days in town visiting her friend, Mrs. R. F. Mayer. Miss Nellie Handley, of Huntington, and Mrs. Walter Handley and daughter, of Wellington, were guests of Mrs. A. J. Richards the past week. A horse belonging to Charles Loveland got into a barb wire fence a few days ago and was bally cut up in consequence. G. M. Peasley lost a colt about two weeks old, from the effects of lightning. it is supposed, last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Richards visited in Wakeman, Saturday, with their friend, Mrs. A. L. Parker, who was recently thrown from a wagon, receiving sevrc injuries. They report her as slowly convalescing. G. F. Ronk speut a couple days lust week visiting friends in Norwalk. Miss Maud Bennett is spending a few days in town visiting her numerous young friends. Miss May Grundy Is visiting friends In Spencer for a week or two. Mr. Sherly, of Wakeman, spent Satur day in town, visiting L. Burge. Miss May Goss spent Sunday with friends in Norwalk. G. Grundv' smiling face was seen on -1. . . . . .... i our Hi-frte' .kr? my uweK-. " -l making it his home in West Clurksfirld for the present. Ed Howe spent Sunday in town. Look out , for a big swarm of 'bees at M. Goss' grove on the fourth. Miss Elsie Mitchell, of Wellington, spent Sunday in town with her friend, Miss Edith Gillett. The Ladies' Aid society of the M. E Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE raw BPENCEE. j July 2. Mr. and Mrs. Norman John i son have hotli been on the sick list the past few days, he from erysipelas, and she from blood poisoning caused by the scratch of a pin over-ono of her fingers. Mrs. Mary Stednmn has been quite sick the past few days. Spencer la making preparations to cel- i ebrate the glorious fourth. Bicycle races, foot racei, potato race, base ball, etc., are the order of the day, with fire works in the evening. Martin Wilder and wife, of Wellington, were callers In townSunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. 8. Plumb, of Wake man, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gard ner Sunday. Wheat harvesting has begun. Special services were hold at the River Corners Sunday evening. It is our aim to progress with the times - . . "-,,,. . v...,n iLi.', Grundy the afternoon of July 11. Allan , . A. j., i-T- j.1 4. A T Resolved, That our Vmng Peoples ana give XO xne puunrj mt iiewesu auu uc&i improvements in our line of goods, would call especial attention to the We Dangler asoline tove Union has suffered a loss that God only can repair; Resolved, That while we mourn and are sad of heart, yet do we rejoice in their triumph through death; Resolved, That we extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved families, pray- Intr that God. who both gave and took away, may bless and comfort them; Resolved, That these resolutions be spread on the records of our union, a copy of them presented to the bereaved fumllies, and that they be published in the Wellington Enterprise. Mrs. Emma McQuatk, Miss Emma (iliic.fis, MISS LOTTIK WllXlARK, BntToN Boon, Frank Allkn. Hauvey Dhkylf.y, Committee. are cordlolly invited. Mr. aud Mrs. G. M. Peasley were called to Ma.ssillou lust week by the sudden ill ness and death of Mrs. Peasley's father, J. Smith, nf appoplexy. The community extends its heartfelt sympathies to Mr, and Mrs. Peasley in their bereavement. A game of base ball, Saturday, at Rochester, between Brighton aud Itoch- ester chili", resulted in score of U to I in favor of Brighton, with only two and one half innings. Rovkr. TOO PRUDENT. A rhlloaophar Who Thought It Bo to Dlaappolnt Hli Wlfo. Robert Grant, in "The Opinions of ft Philosopher," gives a telling Instance of the manner In which ft prudent man may disappoint his wife. The philoso pher In question fancied ho heard ft burglar and hastened to the bolted chamber door to listen and confirm his convictions. His wife was aroused and asked hoarsely what was the matter. "Fred, are there burglars in tha nouse?" STONEWALL JACKSON'S DEATH. A TooehlnR Incident In tbo Last Ho mnU of tho Faniouf (ionoroL Then came the death wound, and after nearly a wech's unavoidable de tention Mrs. Jackson reached her has band's deathbed, writes Mrs. Jefferson Davis In an interesting sketch with portrait of "Tho Widow of Stonewall Jackson" In the Ladles' Home Journal. - Spent with the anguish of his wounda he lay dying, too near the silence of the grave to do more tl rSirraur to his wife: "Speak louder, I want to hear all you say," and feebly to caress his baby with a whispered: "My sweet one, my treasure," while the Innocent smiled In his dying face. Then was the heart-broken wife md mother given strength to minister to both these objects of her love. From her firm Hps the dying hero learned that the gates of Heaven were ajar for his entrance. Controlling her bitter grief she sang for him the sacred songs on which his fainting spirit soared up ward to its rest. When all was over, and she had followed him to his grave, she again sought her father's roof, and there hid her bowed head among her own people, to live only for her baby. In strict retirement tho young widow husbanded her means until her daugh ter was grown a pretty, graceful young woman, and then, to promote her child's happiness, the mother emerged from the privacy In which she had lived since her husband's death, and visited both the southern and north- .-1 T . 1. J . t V. j rill BUkbCV. iU WO WUim III MUIO UC1 daughter became engaged to a young she (rasped. "Shi Yes." "What are you doing. Fred? Oh, you vlr?inlBn Mr. christian, of Rlohmond, and expose yourself Promise me that you mustn't go down on any account! will notl" Having ascertained that the door was secure, I walked across the room and turned on the electric light Josephine was sitting bolt upright, quivering with excitement I allniMd on, tav tmMwr and r'T of boots, and began took around me. trampling sturdily. "Fred, they'll hear you if you make such a noise," said my wife in an ago nized whisper. "I fervently trust so," I retorted. "That's why I'm doing it" As I spoke my eye lit at last on some thing adapted to my purpose. I had been trying to avoid the destruction of a washbasin, and I retelved with grate ful eagerness ft pair of Indian clubs which offered themselves, and lifting them to the level of my brow let them faS clamorously to the floor. The and a low months later was married to him. Shortly after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Christian removed to California, whither Mrs. Jackson accompanied them. They returned a short time later to Charlotte, N. C, where they took ft house and lived together. ,Now, iiowovbh uie wHiuw s next trial was Imminent Mrs. Christian was attacked by ft prostrfttlng fever and succumbed, after bearing her Illness with great fortitude. ho Had It AU Planned. Whoever has seen a Cornish funeral knows how "ilka lassie has her laddie" in the melancholy procession, and not only are there lads and lasses, bnt more mature couples. It is ft matter not only of ceremony, but choice. A clergyman wo ministering the other day to a parishioner whose end was anproachtmr. when the voice of the welkin rang, so to speak, and I sank 1 sick man's wife, who was something of very ROCHESTER July 1. Mrs. 8. Crupo has been sick, but is some better ut present, Mr. and Mrs. Philips, of Akron, are visiting at her fathers, Hiram Ledyard's, of this place. Mrs. Rena Call returned from ( leve- land, Friday evening, where she has been vlsltinff relatives and friends for a mini' ti lUSUlULCiy Uie Uliiy gxavixiA.o oiuvi m ber of weeks, Mrs. W. T. Clark of Cloveland, who has been visiting friends in this place, returned home Saturday. Rose and Tena Choat have returned home after a visit of several weeks with friends in Klyrla. Mrs. 8. Call, who has been quite sick, we are glad to learn is better and able to be up and around, Mrs. Hartson of Larwell, Iml., anil daughter, of Kostorla, were visiting in this place last week. m. Phelns was visitinc her son. Mil tfurfis lfiss Gasoline ana rroauces a ton. of this place, last weak Mr. Auheraft of Cleveland was a guest iotteiyiame. It combines the advantages of the gen- ktinff stove with those of the Drocess. It Ahsolutelv the onlv erasoline stove in the T ?ia:ket which does. It has the durability and long lile of the jenfcrating stove. i (It has more modern improvements tndteonveniences than any other stove 1 iV 1 ese I are a few of the adrantages. We of Ills brother, C. Ashcraft of this place, over Sunday. Georire Atkins of Pittsburg, Pa., made a two days' visit with his friends, J. F, Mil taV lfcnrfi in fnrnl airline- them all tO VOU Skees and wife, Saturday and Sunday - vT c " last, and left for his home Sunday even VOU Will Call and thUS give US an Opportunity, ing. Mr. Skees accompanying him ,m i far Thursday, SULLIVAN. Jt LY 2. -Wheat is ready to cut. Sever al binders ore at work this Monday morn ing and the prospects are good for an av- s'ugo yield. R. Kills & Co. packed their goods Mon day and departed for New London. The firm hod been in business here ulsiut a year. C. W. Coats, of Ashland, called on friends last Friday evening. The Disciple society gave a concert lost Saturday evening. The proceeds will lie for the new church building. Mr. Spratt had a valuable gold watch stolen from a vest hanging In his shop. No clue to the thief. Mr. and Mrs. Barruck, of Colorado, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milligan the past two weeks. They re turned to Columbus Friday. At present there are only two men at work on this section of the B. & 0. rail road. Ren. Blocher has closed up business aud gone to Toledo, where he has a po sition on the electrical street railway. Elmer Dunlap and son are visiting friends in town. W. D. Otter, of Ashland, speut a day hunting in this viciulty last week. Mr. Casto ami family moved to Lodl last Monday. Mr. Casto has a portion with the B. &. 0. company at that place. Mm. Laura Miller and Mrs. Nellie Beard are guests of their ninny si lends here. J. H. Wertmiiu, of Ashland, was look ins no business matters in town last with nervous exhaustion into an arm' chair. ' Tho house seemed deathly still, and it struck mo that Josephine on her part was ominously quiet When she spoks at last It was to ask: "Haven't you a pistol?" "Yes, dear." "Aro you going to let them take everything?" "It Is for them to decide, darling." "Rut, Fred" Josephine did not finish her sentence. ', TI. w.uwl. fil.A .titarorl IVItm limvpvpr. ' num. o.u . - i ft virago, mauo tiseir nearu inrougn the open window: "I don't care what comes or goes, but I will not follow the corpso with ft little man." RUSSIA'S UNHAPPY STATE. IriaiMiU aa to tho Dancar of I-ondlna; Blooey to liar. Summing up the facts, says Darkest Russia, we find that Russian flnanceft are based exclusively upon tho sol-, vencv of tho agricultural populatloa so full of poignant surprise Bnd disup- i of the country ; that these unfortunate pointment that I felt conntrained to people are hopeleitHly insolvent and inquire, with, a guilty attempt at non chalance: "Is there onythlug you would like to have me do?" "You are the best judge, of course," aro kept in a state of chronic starva tion; that tho corn Indispensable to their existence is exported abroad) that they live for half tho year in the air, sleeping on tho bare ground, and sho answored, coldly. "Only, do you , for the other half in hideous hovels; think It is tho usual way!" that they are obliged to sell their cat- We have talked it over many tiroes tie and to burn the straw of their roofs since, and I have endeavored to make in order to prolong this horrible life, plain to her that, In tho process of evo- and that they are physically degen lutlnn. thlnklnir men have come to the eratlng and becoming unfit for man- nn.Untl.nt. ttwtluidiand and father' ual latent that the crovernment, ia- who chops logio at dead of night with an accomplished burglar on the wrong I . n .1 Oamnftnir t.i tmnnin IKfllr miserable lot, blithely continue to aide of his chamber door Is akin to a lunatic. She listens to ray arguments, and has done me the honor to admit that there is mora to be said in my behalf than she thought at flr.-it; but I remombor that iha lajit. f lm um MnvpneA unon the subject sho shook her head, with thel air of a woman who, in spite oi every thing, is still of the same opinion, and she murmured gently: "As I told you before, Trod, if you had fired once over the banisters, I would say nothing." "Dut I might have been killed: or maimed for life!" Josephine looked ft little grave, but aha aniiimrod BUOclnotlv: "There are certain risks In this world that ft man haa to take.1 augment its budget in inverse propor tion to their Insolvency, flopping them f or arrears until they raise money at six thousand per cent interest; that even under flka most favorable circum stance ariculture is absolutely unre munesajtive; that Russia does not pro duce a single grain of superfluous corn, and that mismanagement has brought about such an abnormal state of things, in the empire that a good harvest ia more ruinous tban a failure of the CPf Lastly, that th"r who lend Russia, money, ia the teem of these indubit able are not only making a finaaoiaily unsound investment, but are rendering themselves morally rer aponaiM for the untold misery of one hundred. million of their fellow men. Awarded Highest Honors-World's Fair. '('.Dealers in General Hardware. flood's Pills helned me wonderfully. mid ntlior niemliers of our fumlly have used them with good results.-wsie Twinintr. Kinton. Ohio. 'it i For Bala , Te Ulsrl v Rn,or, mnnufactured In Gcrmniiy expn sly lor my trsde and war ranted Irst-L sms. I'rlee 'i w. ;)tf K. T. KftlllSSON. Js It? Is that excruciating agony pleasant to youY Surely not- Your rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, etc., will be quickly cured by Intuilible Scotch Cure, (just in troduced lu America). It never fails. Ask your druggist for It and accept no substitute. Prepared only by the Hall Medicine company, Toledo, Ohio. Kor sale by V. 11. Tlssot. mm aking owden n,. Pi, Pmn of Tarter Powder. N A,',.iontn:'Nr Csed in Millions of Homes V Years the Standard. IV. 4 "l ... iilM"WfV'