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THE WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY APRIL 20, 1898.
THE ENTERPRISE PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY. THE FRENCH riUNTING COMPANY O. L. COVCII, KKCKIVKB. SUBSCRIPTION. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One eur ... Six Months .(51.00 ... .50 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21), 18WJ. NEW BOOKS Ll- AnnED TO THE PUBLIC BRARY SINCE SEPT. I. FICTION. Bell, The Underside o Things. Blackmore, Dariel. Bellamy. Equality Bangs, Hie Pursuit tf the House Boat Barr, A Knight of the Net?. Barton, A Hero iu Homespun. Carey, Wee Witie. " Other Peoples' Lives. " The Mistress of Brae Farm. Crane, The Bed Badge ot Courage. Crawford, Corleoue. Davis, Gallagher. Doyle, A Drama of the Desert. Ford, The Story of an Untold' Love. Fox, The Kentui-kians. Garland, Prairie Folk. Goodwin, White Aprons. Harte, Three Partners. Haberton, Trif and Trixy. Hope, Simon Dale. King, The General's Double. Kipling' Captains Courageous. Mitchell, Hugh Wynne. Merriinan, The Grey Lady. " In Kedar's Tents. Meredith, Khoda Fleming. Matthews, Tales of a Fantasy and Fact Nye, A Guest at the Ludlow. Pansy, Over-ruled. " Making Fate. Farker, The frail of the Sword. Poole, Iu Buncombe County. Russell, A Marriage at Sea. Roe, An Original Belle. " The Eauh Trembled. " W hat can She Do. Steele, On the Face of the Waters. Stevenson, St. Ives. Stockton, The Great Stone of Sardis. Stuart, Sonny. " In Simpkinsville. Thanet, The Missionary Sheriff. Weyman, The House of the Wolf. " Threwsbury. Wilkins, Jerome. Madelon. Walford, Iva Kildare. Waterloo, The Story of Ah. MISCELLANEOUS. Fields. Life and Letters of Harriet Becelier Stowe. Russell, Pictures fr! the Life Nolson. WMa.-in. (icnnye Washington. Dunning, Essays on the Civil Waf. Davis, Cuba in War Time, Kirchuer, A Flag for Cuba. Klondike. Latimer, Spain iu the Ninteenth Cen tury. Myers, A History of Greece. Smith, Hopkinson, Gondola Days. Little Journeys to the Humes of Anier- Iftnn Anthrtrn Little Journeys to the Homes of Good Men ana ureai. Bagehot, Economic Studies. Henderson, Tte Social Spirit in Amer ica. fjorrtaml Thin (fnnhirv of Ourfl. Atkinson, Electricity for Everybody. Howe, The Study of the Sky. Goodyear, A History of Art. POETRY. Field, Lullaby Lauili Longfellow's Poems Complete. Riley, A Child World. Tennyson's Poems Complete. Whlttier's JUVENILE. Alger, Frank the Fearless. Butterworth, Over the Andes. " True to His Home. Brooks, The CenturyJBook of the Amer ican Revolution. Burnett, The One I Love Best of All. Corbin, Schoolboy Life in England. Drummond, The Monkey that Would Not Kill. Ellis, The Hunters of the Ozark. " The Last War Trail. Harland, An Old Field School Girl. Henty, In the Reign ot l error. Kellogg, Sowed by the Wind. Kipling, The Second Jungle Book. King, Sunset Pass. LeBaron, Little Daughter. Lang. The Pink Fairy Book. Morrison, Chllhowee Boys in W ar Time. " " at College. Mitchell. Prince Little Boy. Otis, Witli Washington at Monmouth. Rolfe, Slmkspeare the Hoy. Seawell, The Rock of the Liou. Stoddard, On the Old Frontier. Sidney, Phronsie Pepper. Tomlinsou, Three Colonial Boys. " Three Young Continentals. " Washington's Young Aids, Wright, Citizen Bird. Sunday-school Convent on. The Lorain county; Sunday-school con vention will be held at the First Con- crpirational church at Lorain. 0.. on VHilnv inn! Saturday. Mav ti and 1H1IH. The convention will be on the itiHt.itntA nlan. The Instructors are the verv best available, including Mr. Chas. Rhoads, international vice-president, rtr E S Ijia'ia nt f'lavfllnnri. Mr. A. H. Cross of Toledo, who will give a chalk talk, Dr. C. w. taiToiioiueveiann, airs. W. B. Porter, state primary secretary, and ntliura Tmin U pbhIIv reached from all Darts of the county. Every Sunday-school in Lorain county is entitled to as many . . . . 1 ! I . 1 0J aeieeates as iney wisn m semi, oeim nnmna tit Chan Jones, chairman enter tainment committee. Lorain, Ohio. Con vention opens at 0:15 a. m. Heed Potatoes. Sir Williams and Carmen, No. 1, C at 75c Der bu. A few Carmen, No. 3, C at SiOc per bn. W. H. Haskins, Huntington Your last chance to secure a dozen 13.00 olatino photot at $1.60 on the store ticket, expires with the 30th, of April. Fleming Mohr. Anvoue can make pictures with the cameras and outfits to be found at Wight An Event In Huntington. A very pleasant time was enjoyed at the home of T. D. Phelon Friday evening, April 8. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Myers who lately entered the matrimonial sphere, aud who are very prominent in society were the subjects of a surprise giveu them by the young single ami married people of this vicinity aud elsewhere, which was a success. An evidence of it was shown us when we entered the house. Mr. Myers looked like the "Boy in Blue," while his wife reminded us that there was work to be done in a home. Mrs. Myers, who has always taken an active past iu getting up surprises for her many voune frieuds on differeut occasions deser ves the goodwill anil respect of all. After a few hoursof enjoyment refreshments were served, which were eaten with great sat isfaction. Mr. Cassell then presented them with a set of silver knives aud forks in behalf of the company, as a proof of the prominent position -Mr. and Mrs. Mvers hold in society. Weouly wish immv mum nleasant times of the same description might be participated in. To a late hour these amusements were en joyed, and then the young people wish ing Mr. and Mrs. Myers ' 'good night, de parted for their homes, all said, "It was good to be there." Applause For Home Talunt. The late session of the state assembly of Daughters of Rebekah, held at Eljria the 1 Ith and Kith of this month, marked f Till an epoch m trie nisioryoi L,niywuuu Lodge, No. 252 of this place. On account of their high efficiency which has been demonstrated in the post, Lillywood degree staff were chosen to confer the Rebekah decree before the delegates, and acquitted themselves in such a manner as to draw from the large audience which were assembled in the Oddfellow's hall, snontaneous and hearty applause nt the conclusion of the several impressive lec tures, and at the conclusion of the work, fiHiiniimttitiH wem slimvire.l tiiMiii the members of I he staff, both fur the hx cellencc of the work, and the beaul) Mid richness (if their robes, which are con ceded to be the Quest in thestate. Grand Master Bell of Zanesville, who was pre etit, pronounced the work of Lillywood degree staff superior to any he had ever seen. This is a most beautiful and impressive ceremony, and Capt. J. J. Thomas is en titled to much credit for his untiring ef forts in bringing the staff to such a high degree of perfection, as well as the ladies for their close attention to the work. The staff is Composed (if the following ladies: Mesdames Mary Folk, Ida in cent, Hattie Wall, Francis Williams, Rosa Otterbacher, Cassle Converse, Jen nie Haines, Josephine Wilson, Addie Cook, Merietta Snyder, Lida Sheldon, Annie Peirce, Grace Goodrich, Hannah Hachenburg, Fred Abbott, Bessie Wight, Jessie Linder, Eva Pember, Rosa McCoy, and Alta McCoy; captain, J. J. Thomas. SUN BROS.' World's Progressive ShoWs riuseum. Menagerie and f Trained Animal Exhibition. LARGEST, RICHEST, BEST 25 CENT SHOW ON EARTH Now on their Seventh Consecutive Season of continuous success, and present to their million patrons an aggregation that is in all essential. Features absolutely new from be- gining to the end. Is as superb in quality as immeasurable in quautity. The only big show to reduce the price of ad mission to 25c which includes a seat for every visitor. Saturday, flay 7, Wellington. THE Department Store BULLETIN. Granite War. Direct from factory at jobbers' prices. 2 qt. Basin 10c 3qt. 13c 4 qt. " :.15 (iqt. Pans 18c 4 at Lipped sauce nans 15c Deep pie plates 10c Dishpans 25, 30, 40, 65c Preserve kettles, all sizes, from 15 to 4Hc Washbasins 10c lft qt. Pails 4!)c 14 qt. ' , 3!c 3 qt Coffeepots 2oc 3 qt. teapots 25c Basement Bargains Special prices for one week. Granulated sugar 5Jc Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand Java and Mocha, best in the world 35c White Star Coffee is having a phe nominal sale, prices, 25, 30, 35 and 38c Lovers of good coffee should try it. All package coffees 9c Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand Tea. . .50c Comes in half-pound packages. Bulk Cocoa 15c Chiccory or coffee essence lc Mrs. Pott's Sad Iron Handles 7c Challenge Clothes Wringer, worth $2.00 $1.33 Full-sized Tumblers 2c rEgg Beaters 10c Tinware. Bai"s 1, 2, iH, 3, 4 and Bo Tin Cups ; ic 10 qi. raws i40 10 qt. " '"""lOc 8qt. " s 1(5 qt. Heavy IXX Re-tinned, double bottom Pails 24c 14 qt .!..22o 2 qt. Dippers fi8 2 qt. Suds Dipper 6c 21 qt. IXX Retinned Dishpans ...... ,2(Jo Flour Sifters ioo Groceries. LaRue Brand Canned Pumpkin 4o Green Gage Plums i30 California White Cherries, 2-lb cans. .15c Bartlett Pears i5. Red Kidney Beans, Okeanos Brand. . . .7c Fine Shreded Pineapple, lb can. . 15c Lake Shore Tomatoes, 3 cans for. 25c 4 packages Soda ! 25c 1 lb. Royal Baking Powder '. . .39c Washing Powder, the wonderful cleanser, regular price 5c, 2 for 5o Buffalo Soap Powder, 4 lbs 18o Best Dried Peaches lOc See our line of Pickles. Good Pick les, per doz 5c Sweet Mixed Pickles, per qt 19c Heintz Apple Butter per lb 10c Heinz Peach Butter per lb 19c Heinz Mustard in bulk. Nice large olives in bulk, per qt 30c New arrival. Red Ribbon Brand Hams, 9 to 11 lbs, 9c Red Ribbon Brand Bacon 10c Court of Common Plea. Maggie Trumbull vs. George W, Trum bull, the Fay Manufacturing Co. Di vorce, alimony, injunction and, Equita ble relied Miiiilm Phinns vs. Sarah Boyd et al. Partition and equitable relief. The Warren Paint Co., vs. Y. L. wa red et al. Money only. Marriage Lloeime". W. H. Sutliffe and Mrs. M. J. Spires. Herman W. Hudnell and Mary Hut son (colored). Chas. Cordrey and Phoebe E. Specht. Jas. Burton and Rose Hinds. John D. VanDane and Eliza M. White, J. D. Brandt and Halite 0. Bunnell. ONE RING SHOW EUROPEAN MENAGERIE, ROMAN HIPPODROHE SPORTS, Arabian Caravan, Spectacular Pageants and Trans-Pacific Wild Jieast Exhibit, presenting more new exclusive ieai- u res than all other shows combined. One ot the leading amusement enterprises of America, Sun Bros.' Big Show of the World. THE GRAND PICTURESQUE STREET PARADE TAKES PLACE AT 12 H. ON SATURDAY, HAY 7, 1898. I Don't let anything keep you away from seeing the most P Q f f fS f O C- I I gigantic pageant ever witnessed iu -his country. Two per- L . D Jl J V IW L L- Um formances afternoon and evening, Z'oc admits to comoinea sil,r AT pnn(TPi'iH nnd Trained Animal Exposition. Seats nrwl.UI nil without extra;'harire. Seating: capacity 3000. at the verv lowest rates on all lines of travel. Goods Delivered Promptly. Your Pat ronage Solicited. CASH AND ONE PRICE. Heal KKtiite TrmiHrerM. Emma Smith to Abram Smith undivi ded half of 27 57 acres land in. fclyna tnwnHhin. $K50. Antone Knser to Ridgeville township, two lots in Ridceville township, f 1.00 and other considerations. S3. L. BENEDICT Successor to C E. Sutuhk. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hard and Soft Coal and Coke. Large stock of all kinds of Wood on hand at prices 1.35 to l.o per cora ili'livcred. If you are goiug to move this spring nnrnienwho have had experience can serve yon economically and with dis patch. Telephone your wants to E. L. BENEDICT Morton A. Daughterly, at his residence nt 2( Mi Arbor ave., Indianapolis, Intl., Wednesday evening, April 13, 181IH, of nneuinonia. aced 23 years. The remains were brought to Wellington, Friday eve ning and taken to the home of his father in-law. Jos. Rinehower, where a short service was held Saturday morning. The funeral took place at the home of his father. T. W. Daugherty in Spencer, ()., Snnrtnv at 120 oiclock. Rev. Black- 'J burn officiating. T 1 " WHlkH. Sidewalks built or repaired. Good work. Reasonable prices. M. L. Cook, Courtland ave. Yes, go to The Rodhouse Gro eery, where you can get the Best. Poor goods are' dear at any price. Thev keen a lull line of Staple and Fancy Grocer ies. Baking Powder purest of the pure. THE RODHOUSE Grocery Provision Store East side North Main Street. llioiie 4H. Office Wmt Main Street TEA For a noe flavored Tea I can give jou bet ter article tor the money thau any other bouse In towu and I know whereof I speak. COFFEE Breakfast Is spoiled wltb poor eup of Coffee. You will not be troubled In tbat way If you buy your coffee at T. S, Tucker's, TEA Tfni, iiiia a wKt nncolored Japan Tea, I can give you one that will please you. NEW YORK STATE FULL CREAM CHEESE, also tbebest FLOUR In the market. A fine line of cakes and crackers. Can goods and Staple and faucy groceries. You are Invited to call. ' T. S. TUCKER, WHAT IS THIS? Apples. 25 to 30e. per pk. Raisins, 7c. per lb. Olimlal Buckwheat, 10c. per 2 lbs. A Good oil. He. per gal. Cleveland Tlain Chocolate, 20c. 10 bars Soap, 25c. Soda Crackers, Sc. per lb. Full Cream Cheese, 12c. per lb. Rolled A vena, 10c. per pkg. l'elti John Breakfast Food, 10c. pkg Aunt Jemima. 10c. per pkg. Au about the Calendar given with our Celluloid Starch. A full line of Fresh Cakes and Cookies Home Made Bread. Call and see our stock. All goods delivered promptly and carefully. WM. CROSIER. FURNITURE FURNITURE FURNITURE We have a large and complete stock ot Furniture which we offer at extremely low prices. Don't tbrget that the place to buy Furniture of all kinns is- of. A. G. & G. L. COUCH. A penny saved ia as good as one earned, yes, better, 101 it don't redii ire half the effort. Do you know how to do it, here are a few pointers on every-day articles, we have raanv more, but not space to tell of them. Pins, full paper lc Baby Ribon, per yd. lc Hooks and Eves lc and 2 c Finishing Braid 10c cilty 5c Dress Stavs. per set Gc a ' M. Dres Shields 7c Linen Collars 10c A nice line of window shades, oil cloth and station ery always in stock. Wellington Novelty Store. AdvertUeil Letter. John Allen, C. E. Rice, G. Wick Bnr gess, C. E. Chapman, Mrs. C. E. Chap man, Lyons, Clement & Greeuleaf, K. o. Perelll, C. C. Scheible. April 18. C. W. Amer, P. M. 1 T 1 lten-Hnr 8rll. The sons and daughters of Herod, and all their friends are cordially invited to attend a social to be held at Grand Army hall, Friday evening, April 22. Comeone and all. J. Binehower, Chief. B. Vanator, Scribe. Builders, Attention! We wish to remind you that we are hendquarters for Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris, Plastering Hair, The Standard Grand -AND- Cliecker Tournament. The following is the score of The North ern Ohio Checker Association, held at Grafton on Saturday, April 9. Name Won Lost Dr. C. J. Wolcott, G. L. Richmoud, M 3 d. I). O'Brien, 5 iH 1. A. Pease, ' iH V J. Hockensmlthj 4 6 E. E. Carrier, 3 7 Dr. Wolcott won first prize in playing off the tie with Mr. Richmond. Hard Wall Plaster, at the lowest market prices BOWLBY & HALL. It is a great leap from the old-fashion ed doses of bine-mass and nauseous phy slcs to the pleasant little pills known as DeWltt's Little Early Risers. They cure constipation, sick headache and Mllious- ness. J. W. Houghton. Is the Only Perfect Drop Heart iiiduiinc uu uic 1,1 dire 1. j Handsome Woodwork, Artistic Proportions, Perfect Mechanism. All that is ream red is to throw bach the leaf of the table, and the work of raising the head is automatically done. The Standard was invented by Mr. W. A. Mack, the inventor of the Do mestic, which is a good guarantee thai tho Standard Rotary Shuttle is the most perfect machine in the world. Runs 25 faster, easier and quieter than any other machine. Samples of these machines can be seen at E. Wells k Son's harness shop, and at my residence, corner of East Main Street and Courtland Avenue. Repairing neatly and promply done. Needles, Oil and Supplies carried in stock. S. P. HASTINGS, Agt. TYPEWRITING. - Typewriting of all kinds neatly and quickly done. Call at the Enterprise office. & Suns'.