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THE WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDi APRIL 'M, 1898. You have been looking for this READY A nice dressy colored shoe, with coin or plain toe. Cloth or leather tops. The best $3.00 shoe for men or women in the world. You will want... . Barbed Wire, Fence Posts, Garden Rakes, Spades and Shovels, Paints and Oils, Roofing and Spouting, Etc., Etc. It will pay you to see us . before you buy. Ransom & Wilbur. New and Cheap Bought before new tariff, ' saving 5 to 15 cents per yd. to the consumers. Prices 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, and 55 cents. Best made and heavy. WALL PAPER Immence stock New, Knob by, Handsome Patterns and Colorings 4 iPrices-3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, and 124 cents per roll. SHOES The largest stock in Well ington for least money. , .$1, $1.25, $1.35, $1.40, $1.50, $1.60, $1.75, $2.00 per pair. DRESS GOODS In endless variety. Just out, Handsome, Dressy and Lowest Prices. Call and see them. Ladies' Brocaded over Skirts, Knobby and Cheap $1.00 to $5.00. WM.RININGER, At the Present Time It is all "Hurrah for the Klondyke", "Hurrah for War" but I say, Hurrah for Harris' Sho Stor to buy your spring goods. There you will find juM: as rich pu king as you would in Klondyke, aud you are sure to win for there is no risk to run. Come in and buy a pair of shoes and be convinced that what we say you will always find true. Nofirm ever did or ever will sell you Boots aud Shoes as cheap as H. ; C. Harris, the Old Reliable and Exclusive Shoe Man. Spring goods arriving ever) day. Lau st styles, latest shades and largest stock. SC. CL P. S. Repairing cheaply and neatly done on short notice. Serage, TIME TABLES. UIG FOUK. WEST. 19-Col. Cln. lnd. & St. L 8-M a. m 35 Daily St. L. Ex 3 :20 p. m 27 Col. Ex &"U p. "I :17-Datly Col. & Cln. Ex 10:00 p. m 51-Local Freight 10:53 a. m EAST. 28- Diiily Col. ACin.Jix 5:06 a. m A-Ualiou Ex 8:11 a. m :J6-Dally Col. Incl. & St. L. Ex 11 US X m 6 -Dally Col. & CIik Ex ;r.:t2 p. m 24 Wvliington Ex 4:55;.. m 2 Express 8:14 p. m TO-Lon.:) Freight 6:24 p. in .VI I.. WEST. K. I ilMii a. in B ! 2:Wi p. in EAHT. I .' 11 Ma. m 5 7 :()0 p. in r a l W w r L. n f r r t. tt 111 j . -if-Ai 11 a nnc M I M p C Arbor-day Friday, April 2'J. Fishing is reported excelleut. Read the new advei tisments this week. The Fox murder case cost the county $41)1. A number of sidewalks are in need of repair. The top craze lias struck the small boy a severe blow. One cycle dealer has sold nineteen wheels so far this season. Twenty-six persons bought tickets to Lorain, one week ago to-day. Some beautitui designs for graduating classes may be seen at this office. Sun Bros, show are having a large amount of printing done at this office. The graduating class of the high school has just selected a very pretty class-pin. The-Wadsworth Machine Works are now very busy turning out new Cort land wheels. David Peters of this place is on the list of netit jurors drawn up for. the May term of court. A splendid rain we had yesterday. We were in great need of it, as every thing was getting dry. Wheelmen look out for bicycle thieves. One young man reported his wheel uiits- ! ing the other morning. A list of new books added to the pub lic library since September last will be found on another page. Should war be declared it is under stood that four youug men of this place will enlist in the U. S. navy. The average man usually makes it a point to make himself scarce about this time of the year house-cleaning. The Congregational Sunday-school li brary is to be rt-opened. There has been none since the new church was dedicated. Mr. R. J. Ashley of Chicago, 111., has been employed as engineer to oversee the construction of water-works aud electric lights. The largest number of teams that Wellington has Been for Homo time was in town Saturday. The merchants re ported business good on that day. Mr. Geo. W. Auistulz, former pro prietor of the Creston Journal, has pur chased the printing outtit of E. P. Whit ney, and took possession Monday after noon. There will be a formal meeting of the members aud truestees of the Congrega tional Church to-morrow evening to con sider taking some steps towards hiring a pastor. the shoe Mr. R. G. Ferguson of Cleveland, has leased the American House and will open it for his patrons on May 2. The house i now being repaired, re-painted, and put in first-class unapt. The liig Four will run an excur-ion to Columbus, Sunday, April 24. $1.00 for the round trip. Train leaves Welling ton 8:5fl a. m. Returning leaves Colum bus, at 7:0O. N. P. Robinson is builing a new house on KV I ley street, on the ground where the office of the Wellington Box Co. stood. It is to he completed by June 1, and will bo occupied by Clarence Fisher. There will be an "informal reception tendered the members of the choir and orchestra and t.young people of the Con gregational C urch and congregation by the Ladies' Benevolent society Saturday evening. All are invited. The new book by Rev. W. E. Barton "A Hem in Homespun," 1ms been placed in the punlic library aud those who have not all ready read it, will find a most interesting and instructive tie scription of the late war upon its pages, The Wellington Machine Co. are doing an immense trade in their brick ma chines, having sold more machines this spring than in the past five years. Many of their machines go to France, Germany Holland, Mexico, Central aud South America. May 28 is the date fixed upon by the high schools of Lorain county for a field day, the exhibition to take place on the fair grounds in Elyria. The program embraces eighteen events, consisting of sprinting, jumping, hurdle and bicycle contests. On Saturday evening, while the dtreet was crowded with people, Claude Piatt gave an exhibition of reckless fast driv ing on West Main street. He was promp ly arrested by the marshal, and taken be fore the mayor, who gave him a fine of $5 and costs. It is estimated that between 10,000 and 12,000 people visited Lorain last Wed nesday. to witness the launching of the new boat .Superior City. The steamer weighs about 2,800 tons, or 5,KX.O0O pounds. The monster is held together by over 100 toils of rivets. The King's Daughters convention was held in Cleveland, Friday, Saturday and Sunday of last week. Those in attend ance from this place were; Mise Susie Wilcox, Ria Palmer, Mabel Benedict, Bessie Hall, Mary Chapman, Russelle Hathaway and Mildred French. There is some complaint that bicycle riders are violating the ordinance . regu lating riding on the sidewalks. No one will probably object to their riding there when the streets are slimy and dangerous from mud, but there is objection to their using the walk as a regular thing. We hear it rumored that Fred Santley, an inmate of the Mansfield reformatory, has applied for a parole and permission to return to this place and try turning over a new leaf This is allowable when all sentences imposed have been served. This is Fred's position, aud it is to be hoped that he is genuinely sincere in his desire to trj again. The many friends of Harry Morgan will be pleased to learn that he has pass ed a successful marine machinest ex amination, which was held at Erie, Pa., recently. He has eu listed in the United States Navy, and given first position on the U. S. S Michigan, with a prospect of being transferred to the front should hostilities begin. The rooms occupied by Wm. Richon, photographer, in the Dimuiock block have been vacated by him, and he has moved with his wife to Indiana. There now remains but one photopraph gallery in towu. But this state of affairs will un doubtedly not remain long, as it seems business cannot be carried on success ful, it there is no two or more in the field the more the merrier. The following are the committees as se lected by the mayor: Finance, W. D. Hall, C.Sage, E. W. Adams: Streets; M. W. Lang, C. Sage, E. W. Adams: Side walk; D. M. Hall, R. T. Spicer, W. D. Hall: Police aud Lighting; E. W. Adams, R. T. Sricer, W. D. Hall: Fire and water; R. T. Spicer, M. W. Lang, D. M. Hall: Ordinances; C. Sage, M. W. Lang, D. M. Hall: Public Buildings and Grounds; D. M. Ha1), C. Sage, E. W. Adams. A little boy asked for a bottle of "get np in the morning as fast as you can." The druggist recognized a household name for DeWitt's Little Early Risers, and gave him a bottle of the famous lit tle pills tor constipation, sick headache, liver and stomach troubles. man. SOCIETY AND PERSONAL Mrs. C. W. Amer was in Cleveland the first of the week. Miss Bessiellall spent Sunday in Cleve land with friends. W. R. Santley of Columbus, O., was in town yesterday on business. Miss Ottie Kynian nf Norwalk, is visit ing, friends and relatives in town. Mrs. John Bole has moved into the Searles residence on Barker street. Mrs. Nellie Somers of Cleveland, 0., was the guest of Dr. Smith last week. Wm. Rininger is in Cincinnati, this week, in the interest of his dry goods store. W. B. Wooley of Salina, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wooley for a time. Mrs. Hannah Laborie, formerly of Oberlin. will spend the summer with Mrs. Joyce. Mrs. II. B. Daughtery visited her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Franks in Ak ron, over Sunday. Miss Kate Collins of Brooklyn, 0., was the guest of Mrs. K. L. French from Sat urday evening till Monday. Geo. Townsend spent Sunday at home, Mr. Hobert Cushion of Elyria, was the guest of relatives over Sunday. Mrs. R. C. Ledyard arrived in town this morning from her home in Lindale, 0., She will visit her parents for a few days. Mr. C. E. Sutliff left last Friday after- ternoon for Mt. Clemens, Mich., to be ab sent several weeks for the benefit of his health. Mis. S. K. Lauudon and daughter, Mar)-, speut the first part of the week iu Cleveland, O., as guests of friends and relatives. Dr. aud Mrs. Wm. Slemmons of .Mans ffeld, were in town a few days last week They came to attend the funeral ofj Mor ton Daugherty. Mrs. E. B. Dan forth, mother of Mrs. F B. Gregg, who has been visiting friend and relatives in towu for the past two months, returned to Norwalk last week S. J. McDermott, accompanied by hi nelee, Miss Lucille McDermott, left on Saturday afternoon last for Vermillion S. D., to be absent for some time tli guests of relatives. Mr. Leverett Webster returned from Dalkeith, Fla , Monday afternoon, where he has been spending the past three month. Leverett sayij here Is excellent fishing there, and had the pleasure of landing a few of the monsters. Messrs. John Eglin, 0. T. Baker, Jas. Daugherty, Lyman Barrick, E. W. Houghton, J. M. Binehower, and F. A. Daugherty; Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Derrick, Mrs. Randolph, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bine hower and daughters, Ada and Blanche attended the funeral of Morton Daugherty helil in Spncer Sunday. Last Thursday afternoon as Mr. A. G. Fisher was driving in the vicinity of Rochester, his horse in turning a sharp corner threw him from the buggy. Mr. Fisher struck on the side of his face and head receiving some serious and painful injuries. The horse ran down the road Tor some distance, but was stopped be fore any dauiage had been done to the buggy. Mr. Fisher's wounds are healing very rapidly, and it will be but a short time before he will be able to out again. The new bridge across the river at Lo rain will be what is known as the Bas cule Tower bridge. In connection with it will be two 155-foot towers, one on each side of the river. These towers will be a great ornament to the city, besides being so connected that when the bridge is open people can walk from one tower to the other. The estimate fur nished for the erection of this bridge is $80,000 which is the cheapest estimate yet made. Mrs. M. M. Joyce and Mrs. U. F. Mil ler, have leased the store formerly oc cupied by E. C. Jefferies antl.M. B. Whit ney on West Main street, owned by E. A. VanCleef, and will move their stock of children's clothiug and millinery next Monday. Mr. Jefferies has se cured very pleasant quarters In the Foote block, which was fitted np by Mr. Foote especially for Mr. Jefferies busi ness. Mr. Whitney will ocnnpy room with him nntil more desirable apart ments can be obtained. Mrs. Joyce and Mrs. Miller will be pleased to see any of their friends and customers In their new location. We li e nave tnem rrom they are beauties. We invite your especial attintion to this department. We have arraingd with one of the best houses in New York to make suits to your special order. Samples. ready for inspection Work and lit. guar en teed. Also K . dy Made Under Skirts, Shirt Waists and Jackets. Not a skirt or jacket carried over. All new We believe we are in position to save you mon ey on these goods. J. S. flallory & Co. THE LATEST THING OUT in Ladies and Gentlemen's Fine Footwear is the VESTING CLOTH TOP SHOE in Black or Tan. Should be seen to be appreciated. Our stock is large and com plete, and our cash prices are winners and money savers. BENEDICT SHOE COMPANY. On hand, best Cleveland Stock Brick. Wil have a few carloads only. Get them now. THE WELLINGTON MACHINE GO. True merit never passes unnoticed. It is so with the fam ed Waverly Bicycles. Thousands tested its merits last year. At its reduced price and greatly improved construction, many thousands more will gain satisfaction, pleasure and health, from its purchase this year. The price is $50. We are also agents for the Syracuse, $50, Admiral, $30, Argus, $25. H. W. SEMPLE SKIRTS. iM.ijy cents to SO.UU and K.