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THE WELLINGTON ENTEEPEISE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1898.
r CORRESPONDENCE. SULLIVAN. Died August 25, 1898. at the residence of his great grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs, T. D. Park, Fayette Aldis, son of Mr, and Mrs. M. A. Grissinger, aged 6 months. Funeral was held at the Christian church at 2:00 p. m., August 2i. The pall bearers were five little girls dressed in white, one carrying the flowers which covered the casket. The little one was taken very suddenly Tues day with a severe attack of cholera in- fantum.and Thursday morning the angel of death released him from his terrible sufferinar. He was the younger of the twin boys who have gladdened the home for so brief a time. The elder twin is considered out of danger, although he has been very sick. The stricken par ents and family of the little departed spirit wish to return their heartfelt thanks to the kind friends who sent the beautiful white cut flowers, boquets and lillies, also those who kindly assisted in their sad berehvement. Rev. Geo. Hill and family returned Monday from their vacation. The Congregational church is undergo ing a regular old-fashioned cleaning. Papering and renovating were holding full sway last week, so by next Sunday it will be ready for worship. Miss Chatfield from Cleveland, is visit ing her cousins, Misses Nina and Lea Honse. The relatives and friends of the boys of the 8th, "McKinley's own," sent a barrel of all the good eatables and other valua ble necessities to them a couple of weeks ago. Ruel Gibson reported at Washington Saturday of last week. The seventh annual year of our high school commenced Monday. Supt. Heich el, who has been our professor so long that we consider him one of our citizens, sways the wandering tho'ts and teaches them to take plausible shape. Chas. W. Hyde teaches the grammar department. The primary school did not commence this week on account of the illness of Miss Swartz. Orlo Rickett came home from Montauk Point last Tuesday. He is very ill at his home with typhoid fever. Oran Dirlam has the new addition to his house nearly finished. Lon Dirlam, of Bowling Green, is here in the interests of the heirs of the Ashley Parniily farm. Thomas Zeigler, of Congress, is here visiting Mrs. Geo. Gibson and family. W. W. Whitcomb, of Litchfield, was in Sullivan last week visiting friends and relatives. Edwin Campbell, of Cleveland, was in town over Sunday visiting his mother. Mrs. Geo. Gibson, who has been steadi ly gaining, is able to sit up mast of the time. Mrs. Nettie Hubler, of New London, was in town visiting last week. Ruel Gibson left for Camp Bushnell Wednesday night. His furlough ended Saturday night. Misses Clara Fink and May McConnell visited Eugene and Miller McConnell in Columbus last week. They called on Miss Mayme Underwood and saw Ruel Gibson while there. Miss Fannie Gorham spent part of last week, visitiug many friends in New London. The funeral of Hiram Close was last Thursday, interment in the Close ceme tery on Close street. Mr. Close was sick only six hours. A barn on the farm of Jonathan Koons was struck by lightning and burned Sunday night. Mrs. Harriet Johnson has been very ill the past week. Mrs. Ada Arndt is sick with the ery sipelas. T. D. Park has been sick for several days; is some better today. Word comes to ns of the death of Mr. Laborie, in Ashland, Sunday morning. He was a member of the 8th 0. V. I. Will Harvnot went to Cincinnati Mon day to visit his brother and sister. Remarkable Rescue. Mrs. Michael Curtain of Plainfleld, 111. makes the statement that she e ought cold which settled on her lungs. She was treated for a month by her family physician, but grew worse. He told her she was a hope less victim of consumption, and that no medicine could cured her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption. She bought a bottle, and to her delight, found herself benefited from the first dose. She continued its use, aud after taking six bottles found herself sound and well. Now, she does her own housework, and is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottles of this great discovery at W. F. Near & Co's. drug store. Large bottles 50c and $1.00. BRIGHTON. Mr. Sam Ronk of Findley, is visiting his brother, Geo. Ronk. The funeral services of the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. F. Deiinison were held Ln the M. E. church at 12 o'clock, Mon day, Aug. 29. Mr. and Mm. Walter Mosher attended a family reunion in Lake county laat week. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Squires and son Charlie went to Medina last Thursday for several days visit. There will be preaching in the M. E. church on Wednesday night of this week by presiding elder P. 8troup, of Nor walk. Mkj Alice Andrus of Wulliuglou spent several days last week with her grand father, L. Barge. The ladles society of the White Fox church will meet at the parsonage here next Thursday afternoon, September 8, Mr. and Mrs. Alex McCoy of Penfleld have been prepairing the house belong ing to George Myers at the center for occupancy and will move in this week, Mr. McCoy will teach the school In dist rict No 1 the coming year. Miss Ruby Fast of Troy is visitingher aunt Mrs. J. N. Burge. About seventy-five attended the Pom ona grange meeting held here last Sat urday, every grange In the county being represented, but two. Mr. and Mrs. George Green entertained company over Sunday from Norwalk. L. W. and Alice Hart attended the Jones' reunion in Penfleld last Thurs day. Ibe center school will commence Tuesday, September 13. i. T. Kenney has just completed a fine new grainary and is about to com mence the erection of a large barn. Comrade, Attention 1 I served from ol to '64, and was wounded May 10, 1864, In the battle of the wilderness. I would like to have my old comrades known what Celery King has done for me. In 18'JO, my old com plaint, chronic diarrhoea, came back. The doctors could not stop it, but Celery King has cured me, and I am once more enjoying life. Frank Beehler, Owoseo, Mich. (Co. F, 49th N. Y. V. I.) Celery King for the nerves, liver, and kidneys, is sold in 50c and 25c packages by E. W. Adams, Wellington, or Firestone & Sweet, Spencer. PENFIELD. The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bar tholomew was the scene of a very pretty wedding Wednesday evening, Aug. 24, their daughter Alice and Mr. Alex McCoy being united by the holy bond of matri mony. The house was beautifully deco rated with ferns and sweet peas. At half-past seven Miss Sarah Hunt- ridge took her place at the organ and the beautiful strains of Mendelssohn's Wed ding March ushered in the bridal party, who took their places in front of a bank of green in a corner of the parlor, and Rev. F. Baker pronounced the solemn words that made them man and wife. Miss .Hattie Stuart, from Pennsylvania, cousin of the bride, acted aa bridesmaid and Mr. Ray Bartholomew was best man. After congratulations, a bountiful supper was served which all seemed to enjoy. The bride looked charming in a cos tume of white organdie over white satin and the bridesmaid also wore white or gaudie. Many handsome and useful presents were received, testifying to the esteem in which the young couple are held. Mr. and Mrs. McCoy are two of our finest young people, and their many friends wish them all happiness and prosperity along the journey of life. BAKER'S CROSSING. Rev. W. M. Lawrence, of Norwalk, will preach in the Universalist church, Sunday, morning and evening. Miss Cora Knapp was called to Lodi, last Wednesday by the illness of her sis ter. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Roedell, of Well ington, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wilcox. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Griggs went to Ashland, Monday to attend the funeral of her sister's child. Harvey Fogle attended the state fair last Wednesday. Miss Luceil McBermott, of Wellington, visited Miss Evelyn Kelsey last week. CAMDEN. Messrs. E. E. Morgan and T. Gurnsey each lost a horse last week from over heating. Mr. and Mrs. II. Sheffield went to Lo rain, Friday to spend a 'few days with their daughter, Mrs. Sin Clare. Mr. and Mrs. Perkins, Mrs. Robinson and Misses Elma and Amelia Latterman attended a wedding in Wellington last Thursday evening. Mrs. C. W. RobinBon of West Superior, Wis., after spending about three ;weeks in town, visiting old friends, left for home last Friday, expecting to go by the lakes. Monday while threshing, the heat over came Roy Sheffield so that he had to be helped off the stack, and Saturday while at the same work Harvey Caswell was so overcame by the heat he had to be carried into the house. They are both re covering. SPENCER. The Spencer schools opened Monday Prof. Martin, Jessie Wideman and Min nie Freeman teachers. Rev. Blackburn returned Friday from a few weeks stay at Lakeside. Miss Irene Dyer of Lodi spent a day in Spencer last week. Mrs. Ellen Prentice of Lodi is visiting relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. S. E. Miller of Eipton has been spending a short time at her fathers. Mrs. Emerson of Wellington is having extensive repairs made on the house owned by her in this place, known as the Wib Haines house. Joe Smith has accepted a position on the W. & L. E. R. R. Mrs. Firestone and Myrtle of Welling ton spent a few days with Spencer friends last week. Mrs. Florence Deighton of Cleveland and little daughter have been spendiug a week at her brother's, W. C. Bowen'e. Quite a number of our young people attended a party given by Miss May Rush of Huntington last Thursday eve ning. Edith Brink of Wellington is a guest at Minnie Naylor's, The Spinster's Fortnightly club Satur day evening, nnderthe management and for the benefit of Minnie Naylor, was a very enjoyable entertainment Receipts 11.00. John Ingraham's family rejoice in the addition of a new son. H. C. Moore and Seth Oakley have gone to the G. A. R. encampment. The new school house on "the plank" is all completed and ready for use, F, L. Aldrich builder. Mark Grissinger, of Sullivan spent the sabbath at his father's. B. C. Smith is in very feeble health. HUNTINGTON. Mrs. Emeline Rogers, nee Barnes, of Michigan, visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Lura Rogers, Saturday. Mrs. Jennie Perkins, of Pittsfleld, is visiting her sister, Mrs. David Johnson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bliss, and Mr. Mrs. and T. D. Phelon attended the Ash land fair last Thursday. Mr. Tom Smith and family spent a couple of days last week with relatives in Ashland county. Mr. and Mrs. Win, June were in Ash land last week visiting relatives. Mrs. Milo June and little daughter, Don, of Wellington, visited in town last week. Miss Jennie Blair, of Wellington, spent Sunday with Hattie Hull. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Elwood and Miss Tessie Smith and Mr. Homer Holland attended the Ashland fair Friday. Mrs. A. J. Sage broke her limb near the hip joint recently. She is getting along as well as can be expected. Mrs. Mike Le'ninger is very low and it is doubtful whether she recovers. ROCHESTER. Mrs. W. E. Crandall and family of Rrownhelm vssited relatives of this place last week. Misses Elsa Schade and Maud Shrop shire were visiting friends in Birming ham last week.? Mr. M. J. Cumins had a valuable .span of horses killed by lightning Sunday morning. Miss Josie Phelps is home from Lake Breeze, where she has been stopping for some time. Mr. W. M. Crandal and wife attended his regimental reunion at Ashland, last week.; Mr. Lin Garrison and Glen Crape spent last week in Cleveland. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist Church, will meet with Mrs. F. W. Clif ford, Thursday afternoon, Sept. 8. Cor dial invitation extended to all. Mrs. I. Garden accompanied her sister, Miss Nichols, to Canada for a short time. Mr. Lewis Johnson has moved into Mrs. C. Humphrey's house, and Mrs. Humph rey has moved in Mr. Johnson's honse on Butler road. , Mrs. F. W. Clifford gave her Sunday- school class a tea-party one day last week. Mrs. Santherlin and son, Stanly, of Cleveland, are visiting her brother, Mr, L. E. Stanley. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bracy, a son. One of the most delightful events of this season was a surprise party last Wednesday evening, tendered our Sun school superintended of the Baptist Church, Mr. T. B. Garrison, at the pleas ant home of his parents on North State street, by his many friends. The evening was pleasantly spent in social enjoyment Ice-cream and cake Jwere served, and the tables were prettily decorated with flow ers. An elegant Bible was presented htm. A very enjoyable time was had by all. Mr. Garrison leaves in a short time for Brownhelm, where he will engage in school work. Died, Aug. 27, 1898, at White Fox of pneumonia, after an Illness of only two days, Donald A., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Denison, aged 10 months and 5 days. Funeral at Brighton, at the M E. church, conducted by Rev. Lash, as sisted by Rev. McConnel. Card of Thank. We wish to thank the kind friends and neighbors who Ihelped and sympathized with us in our sad affliction. Mr. and Mrs. Denison. Going Down Hill. People suffering from kidney diseases feel a gra dual but steady loss of strength and vital ity. They chould lose no time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure, a guaranteed preparation. W. H. Tissot & Company. For Sale Hones. One mare, with foal, 8 years; 1 3-year- old colt: 1 lii-year-old colt. Three miles west of town. Harvey Stottler. You Invite disappointment when yon experiment. DeWitt's Little Early Ris ers are pleasant, easy, thorough little Dills. They cure constipation and sick headache just as sure as you take them. J. W. Houghton. THE OMAHA EXPOSITION. About the Ims-MUlslppi 'Exposition, and How to Get There. When the world's fair at Chicago ceas ed to exist, it was supposed that we should ne'er look upon its like again. However, the Trans-Mississippi exposi tion at Omaha has effectively reproduced in similarity all of the buildings which made the white city so attractive in '93, It does not take weeks to wander through grounds and structures, and then be compelled to go away with a jumble of ideas, for the Omaha exposition people have 'profited by past experience, and have so improved the arrangement of ex hibits that no more than two or three days of time need be consumed tin admi ration and (.inspection of the marvelous resources of the west, collected together in the chief city of Nebraska. Even the new midway is a reproduction of the far-famed street of all nations of 1893, with many improvements npon the original. The electric lighting of the buildings, grounds, and .lagoon at night makes a scene of enchanting beauty, alone worth traveling a thousand miles to see. The means of communication between the city and grounds are ample, and the distance to be traveled is short. The ways of reaching Omaha are in numerable, but chief among them is the direct Chicago and Omaha short line of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul rail way, with Its electric-lighted, vestibuled trains, leaving Chicago every night at 6:15 p. m., and arriving at Omaha at 8:20 the next morning. Dining-car service en route. Excursion tickets are on sale at every coupon ticket office in the United States, over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, throueh northern Illinois and contral i0W8. as well as at 95 Adams Htreet .n(iat the union passenger station comer Canal and Adams streets. Chicaeo. 35.31 Impartant Change. On and after Sunday, Aug. 28, 1898, the Wheeling & Lake Erie through pas senger trains between Wheeling and To ledo will arrive at and depart from the union passenger station at Toledo, mak ing direct connection with the Lake Shore fast trains for Chicago and the west, the Michigan Central trains for Detroit and northern Michigan points, also with the Wabaehand Clover Leaf for St. Louis, Kansas City and the southwest. The new time table offers very good con nection for people journeying east for Pittsburg, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York, via Wheeling, West Ya., and the B. & 0. royal blue limited trains. Dr. M. H. Mills is prepared to treat Hernia and Hemorrhoides (piles) and guarantees a enre in every ease. LORAIN COUNTY Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. September 13, THE BANNER FAIR OF NORTHERN OHIO. Special Features Every Day. The coming county fair promises to tory of the society. The grounds have The race course has been widened and in the state. The directors have made and the premiums and purses offered are number of exhibitors. BICYCLE nm .1.1 Yl'TT- T i TT win oe neia on vt auxhaouai, cummeuciug ai one p. m. a large list ol en tries and very spirited contests are promised. Fancy trick riding between each race. THE SPEED RING. In this department we expect the Best races we have ever been able to show. Horses of national reputation and great records will be among the list of entries. We confidently expect one hundred and fifty entries. Horse races will be put on Thursday and Friday. The Bailey Royal Roman Hippodrome will be put on the race course. This feature alone Is well worth the price of Binders Attention! "We wish to remind you that we are headquarters for Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris, Plastering Hair, -AND- Hard Wall Plaster, at the lowest market prices, BOVVLBY & HALL. Yes, go to The Rodhouse Gro cery, where you can get the Best. Poor goods are dear at any price. They keep a full line of Staple and Fancy Grocer ies. 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Trv our home-made bread, the largest loaf of the best bread on the market. WM. CROSIER. 'Phone 146. E. L. BENEDICT Successor to C E.Sururr. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hard and Soft Goal Coke and Wood Draylng aud Moving of house hold goods or pianos and teaming of all kinds promptly attended to. Price and quality guaranteed on all eoal orders. Bailed Hay and Straw sold and dellv- ered. Offlce Phone 48. Offloe West Main Street Residence phone 88. E. L. BENEDICT We are selling Shirt Waist Sets so cheap that you can afford another to finish out the season. See them at WIGHT & SONS'. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of Ira Carpenter, deceased. The undersigned has been appointed and qualified as administrator of the EBtate of Ira Carponter, late of Welling ton, deceased. Dated this 19th., day of August, A. D., 1898. Fred V. Edwards, Admr. 1 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of John Porter, deceased. The undersigned have been appointed and qualified as executors of the estate of John Porter late of Rochester, Lorain county, deceased. Dated this 30th day of August, A. D. 1898. Martha J. Pnrtar. George Hushey.