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fr 1 C1EVEUND. 0 , ..... WELLINGTONOHIO, WEDNESDAY. APKIL 29, 18 VOL. XXX. NO. lb1. . . . . . HE Only aT if-:.: Staw The latest style in a variety of shapes, strict ly "up to date" and at the lowest prices. oDSgee Shirts Patterns that are entirely new, with collars and cuffs separate or attached. The very best material is used in the different grades from 50c to $1.25 and the quality, fit and workmanship are guaranteed. Excellent styles, the latest patterns and su perior workmanship are a few points of merit in favor of the most complete assortment of spring and summer clothing ever placed, on sale in Wellington. Call and be convinced. EDaugherty, Guelman Co. flpgTExclusivc Clothiers Whv Not Buy - Good And (I Hanosome Camels You can see "hbm in thfi rnll know just .what' you are Duying. Take . . . the same home with you at once without waiting or express charges. Prices ranging , uuw cents to 50 cents a ,1 ' i lvn J "s(ir store of ' i. iiiw. :'t v. Sim. i1 II Suits TRAVELERS' REGISTER BIG FOTJK. In effect Qp.t. 20. 1893. 8tandard time. OOINO WKST. N.S5 !!:;p.m S7 5:27 " " 37 9 " 25 9:50a.m " 3 8: " " 51 loo ft 11 :00 " OOINQ IA81 No.28 6:10 am ' 28 8:12 " ' 3fi ...... 11:34 " " 6 3:50 p. m 24 5:27 " 2 8:18 " 52 loeft 2:33 p.m "Nog. 3 , 26. 62. 27 . 51, 2. daily except Sunday. Nos. 6. 24 , 35 , 37 , 28 , 36, dally. No. 25, Sunday only. . W. & L. E. In effect Deo. 8. 18H5. Staiirtard time. " Oolnn weBt-:34 a.m.; 11:0? a.m.! 2:55 p.m. GolnS east-ll5 a.m.-, 4:3;p.ni! 11:1" P.m. 6:35 a.ni. and 11:10 p.m. daily. DENTISTRY. A . W. Hazel, Dentist. Office in Harvey Block, Welling ton, Ohio. 48 ETI. PERKINS, attorney and coun- selor-at-lnw. Office over Crabtree's market, West Main street. JT. HASKELL, attorney-at-law and notary public. Loans and collections made a specialty. Office in bank building. PRATT & IIERRICK, flour and feed store. Free delivery to all parts of the corporation. Kail r on d street. HARRY L. KING, Dentist, Otterbacher block. Assisted on Thursdays by by Dr. C. T. King, of New London. (12 CE. SUTLIFF, dealer in coal anthra- cite, Massillon, Jackson, etc. Terms cash. Office West Liberty street. Tele, ephone 48. CSAGE & CO., insurance agents. Fire, life, accident and tornado. Repre sent best companies in the United States. Wadsworth block. "TVR. FRANK GREGG, Mallory Block. Office hours 8 to 10 ft. m., 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m. Residence corner Barker and Taylor streets. 35 RN. GOODWIN, insurance agent and notary public. Deeds, wills, con tracts, etc.) written neatly and legally. Over Serage's shoe store. f BVANATOR. Notary Public. Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Contracts, Etc., neatly drawn at reasonable rates. Collec tions and the execution of pension vouch ers are specialties. Crosier Block, Well ington, O. G-L. BLINN, attorney-at-law and no tary publio,. will attend to all legal business in Lorain, Medina, Ashland, and Huron counties and elsewhere, that may be entrusted to him. Prompt attention given to collections. Contracto, deeds, mort gages, etc., legalif vl neatly drawn. Office over Goodrich V tiling store, west side public square. 7y p ., 4i-r -'- . For 8aW. A side saddle, never been nsod to ex ceed hull a dozen times. V ery cheap. Postofflce box 31U. 17tf CORRESPONDENCE. NEWS ITEMS FROM OUR NEIGH . , BORING TOWNS. All Abont the Keceut Happenings and KvenU of Special Interest to Read er of the Enterprise, Gleaned by lt Corps of Importers. . , NOVA. ,i Apr. 27. Wm. Davison and daughter, ot Plymouth, were tho guests of Philip Biddlnger and family last Sunday. Mrs. Ada Frey who lias been visiting with her sister Mrs. D. Y. Robertson, east of Cleveland, returned home last week. . Wesley Smith was kicked by a horse last Sunday morning and had his arm broken between the elbow and wrist. Dr. 0. B. Richards was called and replaced the . fracture. Mr, Smith is doing as well as could be expected. The twin children of Mr. Mead Crit tenden have been quite sick but nre im proving. Mrs. J. M. Reed was on a visit to Red Haw last Sunday. Mr. Clark the candy man, of Elyrla, Sundayed at the Reed house last Sunday. Col. Copeland the renowned lecturer, will deliver hid famous lecture, "Whats to Hinder," at tlft M. KChurch, Friday night, May 1. A rich treat is in store for all who may come to hear him. Come everybody. " Mr. and Mrs. Banlel Musser celebrated the fifteenth anniversary of their marriage last Thursday and Thursday evening. Up wards of fifty invited guest were present daring the day and evening. Although it was the intention of. Mr. and Mrs. Musser that no presents should be given, the neighbors thought it wise to surprise them and in token of their friendship, presented them with a gold lined fruit dish which was received with thanks by Mr. and Mrs. Musser. The old couple joined the M. E. Church' in their ; youth and have been consistent members of the same to the preseut. Miss Mary, E. Weeks has received a large assortment of millinery goods and is now prepared to wait on her many customers. ' ' 1 ": Frank Trauger, of Charlotte, Mich., is visiting friends in and near Nova. ; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Luce, of Ashland, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey lastSaturday. PEN FIELD. Apr. 28. The little son of Parker Van Vajkenburgh was thrown from a - disc harrow on Tuesday afternoon1 1 6t last week narrowly escaping with his life.' The pulpit of the M. E. Church, was most worthily tilled both morning and evening by Rev Coke, pastor of the M. E. Church at Lichfield, on Sunday last. Our young townspeople gave a vory good entertainment at the Baptist church on Saturday evening last. It consisted of a couple of farces, inter spersed with vocial selections and occasionally enlivened by a lively strain from our amateur orchestra. There was a large turn out, and all speak well of the affair. We are informed that the money taken in will go to provide maps etc. for school use. PITTSFIELD. Oats that are sown came up quick. A good many are yet to be sown in this section. The Missionary society had an enter- niont and supper at the town hall last Tuesday evening. The K. 0. T. M. had an entertainment at the hall Wednesday evening. On ac count of the busy time, and the two com ing so close together, neither was very largely attended. Mr. Riggs, a missionary from Turkey, spoko in the Congregational church Sun day evening. His subject was the "Massacre of the Armenians." He gave a very good talk showing tie causes of the trouble. Friday evening a gentlmen from the Kentucky highlands will give an address on the feuds of the highlands. Admiss ion fee, 5 and 10 cents. The fourth Anti-Saloon silver medal contest will be held in the M. K church, Friday evening, May 8. Admission 10 cents; children under twelve, 5 cents. . The members of the M. E. Sunday School met last Thursday evening to elect the officers and teachers for the en suing year. The following were elected: Superintendent, Fiank Root; Assistant Superintendent, Wm. Avery; Secretary, Mary Wotkins; Treasurer, Mary Hines; Organist, Phebe Avery; Assistant Organ ist, Hattle Hines; Librarian, Arthur West; Teacher in Class No. 1, E. Rogers; No. 2, C. F. Avery; No. 3, F. Root; No. 4, Mrs. Hines; No. 5, Mrs." Root; No. 0, Mrs. Hobbs; No. 7, May Hines. The fol lowing officers were also elected: J. P. Stone and Wesley Jordan for Collectors; Ushers, Wm. Avery and G. W. Hines. Mrs. E. E. Cole is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Spellman, of Norwalk, who have been spending the winter with their nephew, E. F. Cole, returned home Saturday. , Phebe Avery is at home again. Mrs. A. Mills, who has been sick for the past three months, has bo far re covered as to be able to rido out. She has gono to Wellington to her aunt, Mrs. Porsser's expecting to stay this week. SULLIVAN. Willy Crumbwas home over Sunday. Will Dun'lap has had a relapse, and at present writing is very low. C. L.. Goodyear and Bessie Johnson represented Sullivan at the teachers' institute, at Polk, Saturday. Rev. Thompson attended the Congre gational conference, at Lafayette, 0., Wednesday and Thursday. Ashley Parmely and Maud Mann were among those who went to the C. W. B. M. convention, at Klyria, last week. Gertrude Thompson spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in Sullivan. She reports everything to be in first class order at her school in Ashland Quite i delegation from our people are going to Nova, Friday night to hear Col. Copeland on Jiis master-piece, "What's to Hinder." During the severe thunder-storm, Fri day morning, Ashley Parmely'sbarn was struck by lightning and burned to the ground, It contained several tons of hay and, his farming utensils, all of which were burned. Owing to the prompt assistance of the neighbors, no live-stock was burned, excepting one sheep and lamb. No insurance. . Arbor day was observed by the Sullivan schools, Friday afternoon in a most ap propriate manner. The scholars formed in line and marching out to the place selected for the planting, halted, and Mae Johnson delivered 8 very flitting sketch'of Longfellow's life. Then pro ceeding to another part of the campus, a tree was planted and dedicated to Geo. Washington, Miss Sidney Jones reading a very appropriate essay on the" life of Washington. The high-school dedicated their tree to Lincoln, Mabel Smith giving a sketch of the life of that great statesman. The scholars then returnd to the school-building, where tho visitors, who had assem bled to witness the planting of the trees, were entertained for a couple of hours in a very agreeable manner.. . BRIGHTON. Apr. 28. Everything is very wet, and tho fanners are now waiting for vernal sun to dry off the beautiful green fields. S. Clark has returned from a short visit in Norwalk. Mrs. M. Peet is recovering slowly. Mrs. H. Mosher, it is stated, is very sick.' " 1 Mrs. I. Greenwald is making a short visit wlfQ her mother in Cleveland. N. L. t'io?ton ' his beea . ver ; bu?y . delivering' fruit trees for a few days.' '. Mrs. Geo. Robishawand son Carl, have returned.. ' It is a merciful man that will shoot a dog, but what have you got to say for the mail that will perfume a canine with the product from the pine tree state. There was a rather lively time around the public square lost night, A. Hardy and his hired man attempted to break the colt for tho boy to ride, the colt began to cut horizontal circles, very suddenly the boy cut one vertically and struck on his back and shoulders but was not hurt. JoeYocum being present offered to try his hand, he had no more than got astride when he went off on the other side. V. N. Burge being present sent for his bridle and saddle and after sad dling the colt, mounted and started to go across the square at a one minute gait, the colt suddenly turning at the crossing and the saddle girt breaking, after getting a new saddle girt mounted the colt and rode to the satisfaction of all. After a short ride returned, and the owner was thon ready to take a ride. ROCHESTER. Apr. 27. Rev. Mayer, Miss Mary Car rier and Miss Mary Knapp, of the M. E. C. E. Society, and Rov. A. II. Lash, II. B. Beardsley, Charlos Odell, Miss Julia Coats, Miss Edith Callin. Miss Josie Phelps, of the Baptist C. E. Society, at tended the C. E. convention at Oberlin, Friday and Saturday, April 24 and 25 The convention was a success in every respect. , Rev. Lash filled the pulpet at the Con gregational church, at the centor, Sun day, at 2 p. m. He has been engaged as pastor of that church this coming year. The Harmonial Society, of theM. E. Church, meet with Mrs. Geo. Choot, Fri day, May 1 All ore cordially invited. The Ladies Aid Society, ot the Baptist church, meet with Mrs. II. L. Mason, Thursday, May 14. Ice cream social in the evening. All are cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. Kingsley, of Wooster, 0., were visiting at Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crandle's last week. Mrs. Wm. T. Clark, of Cleveland, is visiting friends in this place this week. Rev. Lash left this foronoon for Athens county. He will return Saturday, and fill all apointmonts Sunday. The Bazar Millinery store, of New Lon don, has a branch store at Rochester open every Thursday, rooms at Mrs. Lot tie Ponds. . Mrs. Anna Ketchum add Mrs. Wm. T. Clark are visiting friends in Tiflln this week. Miss Gott, of Wellington, visited Mrs. Myrtle Nangle, Monday. Mrs. Chas Ashcroft Is visiting in Cleve land this week. ; Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report" AQ50LUTEI.Y PURE BAKER'S CROSSING. Apr. 27. Charles Murray and friend. from Elyrla, spent Sunday at J. Mur ray's. Miss Etta Simmons, of Nova, visited a part of lait week at A. B. Richard's. Mrs. Caroline FiBher. of Cleveland. who has been at A. D, Beckley's Bince ine death or Mrs. Beckley, returned to her home on Saturday. R. E". Knapp, of Wellington, was at u. U.Laborie's, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Eelin and children. and Miss Ryker, of Wellington, spent Sunday at E. D. Baker's. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hall were in Sullivan, Sunday. H. 0. Beckley and wife spent Thurs day and Friday in Elyria, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Bush. Miss Kate Rowland spent last week in Lodi, with her brother, Charles Rowland. Mr. r.nd Mrs. Dell Boice were at A. D. Beckley's, Sunday. Edna nud Nellie Boice, of Homer, are vlpiting at their grandfather's. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Richards, of Nova, were at W. n. Beoman's, Sunday., HUNTINGTON. April 27. -Elder Whitcomb, of the Baptist church hero, has a call to a church in Philadelphia, and will leave for there very soon. Mrs. Mary Hutchinson, of Clyde, re turned to her home on Monday of this wek. Edwin June was in town a few days last week. Frank Root spent Sunday at Edgar Nimock's. A. Haulk and wife spent Saturday and Sunday in Elyria with their daughter, Mrs. Lewis Meachem. Mrs. T. D. Phelon spent a few days in Cleveland last week. The memorial and decoration associa tion will meet at the town hail, on Mon day evening, May 4. , Dr. J. B. Thomas is having a porch built on the front of his house. Quite an improvement to the looks of it. Harry " Crosie and ! wire, Mid 'Asa Pratt and wifo spent Sunday in Hunt ington. Milo June goes to Cleveland to the hos pital Wednesday. Lucius Walker is having a vory pain ful time with his hand and arm. Ruth Haskin8 got the prize which Mr. McCaskey offered for collecting the most pennies in her missionary envelope. Mr. and Mrs. A. McCabe and Miss Jenny, from Lo Roy, spent part of last week at Ellwood Russell's. ' The Constitution. The law providing for a constitutional convention is ail right for the reason that we are now governed by a consti tution that was sanctioned by the people in 1851, forty-one years ago hence that document contains a number of articles that should now be entirely set aside. The entire expenses of electing the mem bers, salaries and incidental expenses of the convention and the election to pass upon tho sections submitted to the people for approval will reach the enormous sum of $230,000. Now the question arisep, can we afford it. We can get along with the present constitution and feel the inconvenience but very little, while on the other hand we would feel tho ex tra burden of taxes very materially. In order to adopt a new constitution, the following form will have to be gone through with: It will be voted upon a year from next fall when the next general assembly is elected. It a majority voto is cast In favor of the convention, the people will at the next election of a general assem bly select members of the constitutional convention. Tho membership of the convention will be apportioned in the same manner as are the members of the lower houso of the general assembly. This will, therefore, be done In the year 1809, and the convention will meet within three months of tho time when It is chosen, which will run the time into 1900. After the convention has framed a constitution, that document will have to be submitted to the people for their ap proval at the time ot the legislative election of 1901.' It it receives a mnjority of the votes cast, it will Ihfn be the, con stitutional law ot the state, superseding the constitution ot 1831. It' will, therefore, bo at least' five years before Ohio can have a new constitution, even if it wants one. pathollc. Rev. C. Triber, of Crestline, will offici ate at. St. Patrick's church Friday even ing of this week. ! POOR DIGESTION leads to nervousness, chronio dyspepsia and great misery. Tho best remedy is HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA. WASHINGTON LETTER. A Weekly Budget of Interesting Nw from the Capital. Washington. Apr. 2'J.-The National Arbitration Conference which met here this week displayed its wisdom by elect ing ex-Senator Edmunds, of Vermont, permanent chaiiman, his long experi ment In congress making him specially well qualified to perform the duties attached to the position. The conference again displayed its wisdom by recogniz ing the serious obstacles which stand fa the way ot compulsory International ar bitration. In fact, the conference nrornd Itself a wise body, and the general belief la that it has made the proper start towards securing its object, and that some time In the not far distant future we shall have a general arbitration treaty with England, if not with all other nations. The serious charges against the man agement of tho Soldiers' Home at Leav enworth, made by Representative Blue, of Kansas, will probaly be investigated, as the house committee on millitary af fairs has voted to reDort a resolution authorizing the speaker to appoint a committee of fivo members to make the Investigation. Ten of tho sixteen mem bers of the committee were nresent. and the vote was seven to three. Renresenta- tive McClellan, of New York, son of the late Gen. McClellan, voted against re porting the resolution and gave notice of nis inteutlou to present a minority re port to tho house asking that it bo not adopted. It there nro anv more democrats whn wish to pose as the administration can didate for the' democratic presidential nomination they should lose no tim in communicating their wishes to Mr. Cleveland, who anoears to have laidasidn his customary obstinacy in this particu lar matter ana to be wining to allow all of the would-be leaders of the Dartv to trr their hand at playing the part. First It was Olney, then Carlisle, who was fol lowed by Russell, and now it la : Pattl- itto, df Pennpylvania.' It may! he that ' Mr. Cleveland himself Is Dlavincr a nart In this democratic melodrama. Already some of his worshipners are savinir that none of the men suggested as satisfac tory candidates to the administration have devoloped any support in . the rank and file of the party; that Whitney, who might develop a laree party followinir. will not ollow his name to be used, and that there Is only one man who can pre vent the nomination of a silver man by the Chicago convention. That' man is, of course, Mr. Cleveland. And. accord ing to the aforesaid worshippers, the only way he can hoad off the silver wing of the party is to again become the can didate himself. It may be that Mr. Cleveland has nothing to do with this sort of talk, bjit it Is much more proba ble that he has. Common rietu Court. Francella A. Washburn vs Mary Walk ker et al. Partition. II. G. Redington, plaintiff's attorney. Anna M. Rody vs Chas. Rody. Divorce. W. B. Thompson, plaintiff's attorney. Ohioexrel Louisa Michaels vs John Fina. Bastardy. Winters & Ar'.ross vs Christopher Lewis. Foreclosure of liens, equitable relief. D. H. Aikens, plaintiff s attorney. B. H. Wood & Co. vs James Kennedy, et al. To subject property and equitable relief. D. U. Aiken plaintiff's attorney. ChanWillkivs Thomas 0. Guornsey. Money only. Amount asked for $2,000. Geo. H. Chamberlain and Alfred Thomas, plaintiffs attorney. Orland Foster vs Lavina Robbins et al. Partition. Metcalf .& Tillotson plain tiffs attorney. The Citzens Saving Bank Co. vs Henry King et al. -Money only. (Cognovit). W. B. Thompson attorney. 4stimulentl8 often needed to nour ish and strengthen the roots and to keep the hair a natural color. Hall's Hair Renewer is the best tonic for the hair. ' State ot Ohio, city of Toledo ) Lucas uounty. Frank J. Chennv ninkna nnth that ha t the senior member of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city "i iuiwm, tumujr mm state uioresaid, and that Baid firm will pay the sum of Ui0 for each and every caso of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use ot Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Chenpv. Sworn to before me and subscribed in' in my presence, tnis uth day of Decern uer, a. u. i s- A. W. Gloason. SEAL Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and acts direcly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testi ' roonittls, free. F.J. Cheney & Co., To 1 do, 0. Sold by druggists 75c. Hall's Pills are'.