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.ELPGTON, LORAIN COUNTY; OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APR IL 7. 1886.
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ATTOBWBYS'ATfLAW. . t
E H. HART,
Office In Bank Building, Up Stain.
RkFEBENCES BT P"1'0-00: 8 S
Warner, Hon. R. A Horr, First National
w.f. hsrriok, . ,
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law,
-WBIjXiiaTCa-TOiT,:"- " o
Benedict'! Block, 2nd Floor. 1
J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
Dealer in CTocks, Watelies, .TeweUy, 811
vnrwarB. (old Pens. etc. No. 0, Public
Square, 'Wellington, Ohio.
S. V. CARPENTER,
JEWELER and ENGRAVER.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Liberty Street, Corner Union Block,
Wellington, ohio. .
It. NoWrrPuhllo. Tnnirance, doixU, mort-
KiUft'S, wins, ietuo., oonirucis, euu, wnuon mi
a nuui ana io?hj mannur. uuiuuTur dwh,
boot .nil .hoe Mora.
TI 4- HOLBHIHIK, D.ntht. Offlc over
ill' Hutted itore, in imns uuuninir.
Welllnirton. Ohio, Nltraus oxid. u aUmla
Stor.4 for tli. .itnotioo of loath. .
PH OTOO U A H H UK.
S. IKWTILLK, Cbotosraphtr. Hcf
im In .verr trl, and fully abraan
all th.lai, Improrein.nu lo th, art. Bamft
Di.nu for (ltun(( tbould. whem praoUca-
m id. ID aarn.. ualiarj OTof uowi.
-Good rooms. Fine light The best of
work. Prices the lowest. Give us a call
'Croalor'a Block, - North Main Street.
D. L tTADSWOETU ft C0
Mannfictunni of aod dealer. In
Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds ot
Lumber, Lath, Shln(tle, Battens, Mould
ings and Flooring, biding mude and Sur
face Planingdone to order on short no-
C. E. SUTLIFF,
Wt:ii id Iiet.il Seller ia Ccol oi
' The Best Quality.
Anthracite. Masslllon. Jnckson. BIohk-
burn and Cannel. at Bottom Pries. Yard
on C. C. C. & I. Ry. Ofllce on West Main
Street, Wellington O. leiepuone ii. u
To tho Public !
FRANKS L HQWK.
Anthracite, Cannel, Jnekaon and
Maulllon Coal, Lime, Cement.
Flutcr and Pluterlng Hair at Loweat Price,, one
Sort Wooller', rurnltar Bulldlnf, K. Mala St.
THE NICKEL PLATE
Lunch bland, Choice Cigars, Tobaccos,
Contectionery, Ginger Ale, and all kinds
of bummer Drinks ; Ice Cream and Oysters
In season. Warm Heals st all hours. ,
North Main Street, Wellington.
. 8yl B. Pimhcb, Prop'r.
of axxxl, whlr.h will help joa
.to mora money rl.Ut aw
world. All, or eitner inoco i
The urod rued to rortooe openi oeiore m. wumn
anwlutelr tura. At one addraM, Tawa to Au-
t I PT " ' T"V and w. will
D Ii I r I niell oa tree a rural, valuable, eamije
HUH I boi of coori, tbet will pui joa In the
war of RMklni more money at once, tliea any thing
elia In AmeiTce. Botli eeiea. of all agre e an Jl a
home and work In ,p,r time, or all th time. Capita
not required. Wewllleurtyoo, lnim"ne pay Jo
UiaeawuoeUrtateDC.. S neo Co., 1'orUautC Me
The kail on earth, ran truly be aald Jf Orlirin'
filrcerlna Salre, which la a aura, aaf and euecdy
Car. lorcuie, gruian, "'( ., T
n ih.. un. Tn the wondor rx-aler. rlellafaC'
tlon guaranteed or money refutittod. Only So ct.
Bold by arugKieie. '
action to tha L1t
and iwlUve all but
ea r I r-
H I Si- L
lTrUliU.earlplat. Mm H. 4U BridlWa
CAPITAL 100,000.00, STJBPLUS $3,000.00.,:
: :tn. a ftiinflnd Wnkklnff BnalneM. Receives Deposits. Buyi and sells New York
Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts
8. 8. WARNER, President.
I .i . , j i , rM.' CUSfllOW,
a n WAWWF.n
8. K. LAUND0N.
' HO. 119,
Meets on the M
and 4th Wednes
day evcnlmr" of
1'i.et rooma In
I. W. BEARRUP,
NORWALK. - - OHIO,
Mil k d Steam Fitter,
Aim DBALIB IN
Gas Flxtores, Bath Tubs, Water Closets,
Barbie Slabs, and all kinds of Brass
Work for Water.tias and Stvum.
Bennett Bros. . & Co.,
FOUNDERS k MACU1MSTS,
Tbe Excelsior Wood Sawing Machine,
The Quaker Brlek Machine and
General Machine Work,
TKTollljagrtoXL. - . Ohio.
" Mercharit" Tail6i', f 4
1 will sell and make custom suits to or.
der, from samples alWavs fresh from whole
sale bouses. Those wishing to And their
own goods can have me make them up in
tbe latest style, my work to compare with
my competitors. For prices come end see
me. No trust, terms cash. nold
CARRIAGES, WAG05S AND SLEIGHS
Or BVBRT DaSCRIITIO.V.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
PRATT & HERRICK.
General Feed Store,
Highest Market Prices piild ftr
CORN, OATS AND PRODUCE.
Goods delivered free Inside the corpora
CITY II AC K Con Toy pnpufncm to and
from the depota or around town. Order, can
be left at th. Hold. II. M. Jlattle, I'nip'r.
Arrlr. dally, 1:00 a. m. Depart, 1 :80 p. m.
DUNTINQTON, SULLIVAN and FOLK.
Arrlr. dally, 11 :S0 a. m. Depart, 1 :S0 p. m.
Depart Taeedare, Thnredays and Barordars at
10:00 a. m.
I.'iUCIRMH HOHIKNKN, th. narlwr, knnig
J on. of th. neatest, nntt oonvonlent liar
bar Shop, la town. Only tlmt-oliua workman
.mployed. A full aaaortinent of hnlr olla, po
made, and hair reatoratlvea. Fin. bttth-rootns
tnoouneotlon and f iirniahod at all hour, with
hot and cold water and all neoeanary oiuiroul
aneaa. Jlooma, ttouth side Liberty atreert.
' : LEMON, VANILLA, XT0.
ACKNOWLEDGED BY A IX TO BE THE
PUREST, FINEST FLAVOR, AND CHEAPEST
EXTRACTS IN THE MARKET. ' .'
AHOMOToaiD osxr a . -'
, E. A. PALMER, & BRO., . - .
' W. E. WHITNEY,
TXIE iTEW GrOROCBlX
i . No. 8, North Main Street
A fresh snpnlv ot Groceries and Provisions
constantly on hand at Bottom Prices,
Increased patronage solicited.
Issued on all European countries. ,', .,,
B. A. HORR, Cashier.
Jr., Ass't Cashier.;
- ,), ' R. A. HORR.
M IISE-C. t, 1 1 !. IT,
Jnnuiiry 1st Slandiird Time.
No. S On. Indiila. St Cnl'a Ex 6:S3s.m.
o. B-Hiwrlal N Y. Cln. 4 St. L, Kx
isim on Il'iiiiI.1 1S:1R p. m
No. 2T Cli've d 4. Col e Actum n: p. in
No. S-Nitflit Kx
No. 81 Local Frt'iKht
No. S-Nleht Kx
No. SM Gallon Clt-ve'd Ac ........ ..
No. l-tinH:ml tt . I.oiiU A Jf. Y. Ex.
No. 8 clnrliinatl Iml i t'leve'd Ex,
:JH p. m.
9:U a. m.
:0fl a. m.
S:K p. m.
Noa6,, and! nm dtillv.
Further inrriuiiou la regard to thla Hoe will
be fuuud ou paiiu ii.
mimn : lake mi railroad
Cleveland & Marietta B. B.
From and alter Jnn. 17. 1880 until fui
ther notice, trains on this road will pass
Wellington as IoIIdws:
ooi no EAST
,. 1. Si a.m.
No. 17 Local..
m- GOINO WEST.
No. 4 lO.inam.
No. 8 1.48p.m.
No. 8 11. p.m.
No. 1 Local S.Wp.m.
No. 11 rani dally; othera dally except Sunday.
Further Information In rrgard to .this Una will
be found on page I.
Leave. N. T.
; .'Af.i d krttt, i p. n'
..April em. l.wp. ui.
Cabin ratea, aocnrdlnjf to location. 0, 170, $;
roued trip SI 10, I4. BteeiaKefJI. Vor
paeeage aud any furtlutr Information, apiiljr Id
11. O. B1UGH, Agt., Wetltaiglon, 0
INJUN LINK. '
City of Che.tor
" Chicago March 7th, 1! SO S. m.
u Richmond April Srd, p. m.
Rate, of puuif from New York, eabln. $rtl and
m, round trip $1111, $IU; IntermedlaU.' $.15, rfmnd
trip $t.i; ateorege $JJ, ruund trip $Ml.
' ' 11.0. BIOG8, Agt.
gerrla Man-h !7lh, II a. m.
Gallia ...April 3rd, 8 p. m.
U mbrla April lutb, p. in.
Cabin paaeace $l0, (HO, f inn, eteerage $J0, lnlo
mediate $15. For furlli.T liiforruatlnii apply In
II. O. UIGGS. Ajt., WtllliiL'!..n, O.
In time. Kidney disease, may be prevented
by purifying, renewing, and Invigorating
tht blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. When,
through debility, the action of the kldncyt
Is perverted, these organs rob the blood of
Its needed constituent, albumen, which is
paused off la tho urine, whllo worn out
mf.tter, which they should carry off from
tho blood, Ii allowed to remain. By tbe
uaa of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the kidneys
are restored to proper action, aud Aibu.
Is prevented. Ayer's Sarsaparilla aUo
prevents Inflammation of the kidneys, and
other disorders of these organs. Mrs. Jas.
W.Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Plain,
Mass., writes: "I have had a complica
tion ot diseases, but my greatest trouble
bag been with my kidneys. Four bottles
of Ayer's 8arsaparllla made me feet like
a new penon; as well and strong u
ever." W. M. McDonald, 40 Summer it.,
Boitpn, Mass., had been troubled for years
with Kidney Complaint By the use of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, he not only
the disease from assuming a fatal form,
but was restored to perfect besltb. John
McLellan, cor. Bridge end Third it.,
Lowell, Mass., writes! "For several years
I suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney
Complaint, the latter being so severe at
times that I could scarcely attend to my
work. My appetite was poor, and I wu
much emaciated ; but by using
my appetite and digestion Improved, and
my health has been perfectly restored." .
' . Bold by all Druggists.
Price $1 1 Six bottles, ffi. '
f rspsred by Dr. J, C. Ayer A Co, Lewslt,
Mass, U. 8. A.
froa C'J IhH Corpt jf Corresnoadenti.
8PENCEB. . .-. - a
f ; ; aprii bid, wbo.
Last week we had mud, movers, maple
molasses and milk-drawers, but for tbe
past few days it has been cold enough to
freeze up the whole "co-boodle, . r. )
Mrs. A E. Eilborn Is visiting in Shelby,
Ohio.' , ' ; .
The 1. 0. G. T. will give an entertain
ment thioe weeks Irom last Saturday, at
Dr. Wli'ley's hall.
James Freeman has been sick with neu
ralgia of the stomuch, but is now getting
better. ;; . : -
James Andrews, of Litchfield, has mov.
ed into F. A, Peruiar's house.
The greatest cursu ot our town is the sa
loon aud liilliurd hull. Men who have to
work by,tlie day's work, go there and
spend the money that their families need
for tood arid cloth! nr. ''
Miss Kittle Snyder, ol Wooster, is visit-
inn her brother, T. Snyder.
Several would-lie teachers attended the
examlnMlons in Elyria and Medina last
Hill and Rtipp are the new managers at
the grist-mill, the owners taking no part
in the business at the mill.
A new barber shop in town. Frank
Daucueriy will rAuke you feel and look
like a new man. t. .
" f -. April 5th, 1880.
Miss Vina Mynderae is visiting friends
in Chardon. ... . -
Mrs. G. A. Whitney, of Hartsburg,
once again among her La Grange friends.
J. B. Gott has removed his family from
Elyria to La Grange. Mr. Gott still oon
tinuus his work In Elyria.
No services at Baptist church yesterday
on account of serious Illness of Ruv, Mr,
Rev. Mr. Booth did not ft4 slle .to do
his fulf. work jeste'rd.ty, so Mm. Booth, In
the mofiiing read one of Bishop Bimpson's
sermons. It Was well receiyt l aud thor
oughly enjoyed by the congregAtion.
: Tbe party A. W. Btnschoten's, Saturday
venini, March 27th, was a highly enjoy
able a. : ir. Mr. and lira, B.know how to
A quiet wedding at Supt Ryan's, Toe:
day evening, March 80. Miss Anna Hoe-
sen, ot La Grange, to Ira A. Pease, of Pitts-
field.' ' Congratulations.
Literary Saturday evening at town ball
Mistletoe Bough will be given again at the
close of tbe regular entertainment.
. At the Oberlln examination Miss Jen
nie Webber, aged 19 years, received a
year's certificate. At tbe Wellington ex
amination, Miss Jennie Roberts 18, aod
Will Hastings 17, each a certificate for two
April 3rd, 18bfl.
Weathtf C'ftM. We hare bad more wet
weather lately ttiun we know whut to do
with. Roads' fa a worse condition than
they have bften.
Mrs. Jnny Perkins, of Camden, has
been visiting la lowii among old neigh
bors. Ralph Johnson, of Wellington, spent
April-fools'-day visiting in town, on bis
way home from Sullivan, where he bad
been spending his vacation. A pretty
lorn; walk for a boy ot bis sgo, but he
seemed to enjoy it He thinks there Is
lots more fun in the country In vacation
than in the city.
Clayton Chapman, of Rochester, spent
part of his vacation visiting here. His
brother, Fay Chapman has been teaching
in Wisconsin tbe past winter and will
teach tho North School this summer.
Mr. Joe Phelon makes splendid maple
sugar, and his wife knows bow to make
a large company feel at borne and enjoy
themselves, so every body J says who wss
there to eat warm sugar last Friday even
ing. The evening was a very enjoyable
one and the maple sugsr delicious.
Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson are away
Miss Nettle D. Keyes, from Euclid, is
visiting la Wellington, and as soon as nav
igation opens will visit in Huntington, we
A letter from Nebraska, written last
Tuesday, March 80th, said snow was over
a foot deep on tbe level, and it took nearly
all tbe time to dig corn fodder out of the
snow to teed cattle, and all the fuel they
could get was corn cobs. They depend
on coal for fuel and since tbe strike no
coal can be had. This does not look much
like plowing out there tbe fifteenth of
March as they expected to.
Mr. 0. C Gardner bas moved into the
house opposite the Baptitt parsonage. .
Miss Msy Bbort spends next Bunday In
LoRoy, going Friday to attend the exer
cises in tbe high school, of which she wss
a member lor some time.
Mr. Geo. Sumner Is in very poor health,
having been quite sick this winter.
The congregations were quite small on
the Sabbath, as but few were willing to
take out teams. Almost all who were
there walked. .;. . ,.' .',
The Willing Workers meet on Satur.
day of this week in tbe church ' parlor.
Tbe children give a concert on Easter Sab
bath evening in the M. E. Church. .
Election Is the all-absorbing theme at
the center, and has been for some time. .
As a general thing tbe ladles are not In
terested in town meetings, but there is one
thing that they all want, and that Is a side
walk that they can walk on with safety
and not expect to be tripped np every
time they step, as is the case now, The
walks are In such a dilapidated condition
that it is very unsafe to try to walk on
them ; so that we all want trustees who
ill build new walks aud repair old ones,
Just as far as the law allowi. S.
April 8th, 1888.
Mr. U. Hardy's house cuine near burn
ing lust Friday. The Hume were extlu-
guisueu alter Uoln a slight uaiuuge, aim
giving the ltilmliiutiits a lriglit.
E. Green, in our lu.it, should have read
Mr. John Burr, mentioned last week, Is
Cburlle Johnson cut his foot with an ax
one day last week. Dr. 'Field, of Roches
ter, dressed the wound, which is now do
ing well. Charlie is "keeiilnir - steady
coin puny" with Mm. Charlie at present.
Mrs. Win. trench, while on her way to
church last Suuduy, fall on the siduwulk,
cutting her face aud sustuiulng other in
juries. She was assisted home by Mr. A,
Hardy, and at luat account, sue was on a
iournev toward recovery.
UriKUton seems to tie tue banner town
lor muoie syrup.
Twelve purties united with the Congre
gational Church lewt Suuduy, as a result of
the revival meetings this winter,
Mr. jJuntortu hue the contract lor car.
rying the mail, for which he receives $100
Mrs. joiin Ldmientxin is uowiy improv
ing la health.
Election passed oil quietly, and the fol
lowing parlies were elected: Trus
tees, 0. Stocking, A C. Briggs and O.
E. Johnston; assessor, L. W. Hart; clerk,
L. W. Hart; treasurer, J. C. Whipple
constables, A . M. Johnston and Charles
Peck. ( (juiziCAL.
April 8th, 1880.
We, tbe scholars of suo-dlstrict number
one, Brighton township, unite la extend
ing to Mr. F. B. itupp, our teacher, our
heurt-felt gratitude lor the able uud pro-
ocieiit manner In which be ban taught us,
and can roconiniend kirn, to any :liool
that mny Ucniro his ai-ndm: f Mini
Mobher, Lurie Ward. Wulw Moslmr, M-
kt Hart, Thi. Pros-nr ,( Proseer
April 6th, 188C.
Look out for at) April-fool. We are go
1 ing to have a heavy tall of snow.
The people who moved Into town last
week are as tollows: G. Stephens, A
Garrett, A. Ward, J. Loveland, and Cha
Tbe Ladles' Aid Society meets at Mrs.
O. E Johnston's, Wednesday afternoon.
The cheese factory starts to-day.
Mrs. Oilson and daughter, ol Welling
ton, visited friends in town last week.
Mrs. C. Emmons is on the sick list.
At tbe election on Monday A Briggs
was elected trustee for three years, U.
Stocking tor two years and O. L Johnston
for 1 year. Cbas. Feet and A. M. John
ston were elected constables, but as neilh
er of tbem will take tbe olllce, tbe present
iHCembents, II. Johnson aud Win. French,
will eoutiuue to serve. Caul.
April Oth, 1880.
Mr. Frank Phillips spent Sunday at
Mrs. Win. Laug slowly improving.
Mr. N. E. Cushinuo has void his farm to
Mr. Allred Feryman. He bus bought a
house and lot in Sbiloh. Tbe best wishes
ol his many Iriends follow him.
Election is over. Result: Trustees,
Sam'l White, Milan Cone, Jus. Webber;
Treasurer, O. K. Starr; Clerk, W. J.
Krebs; Assessor. D. C. Bunt; Justice of tbe
Peace, W. J. Krebs; Constables, Milt
Slarr and D. J. Goodyear. The entire
caucus' ticket was elected by a lurge ma
jority. There is but one purty to be heard
ot now. No more do we see the small
rooster on the bulletin-board, or the dud
ish rosebud that cast his his influence
against Esq. Krebs. When the count wu
given by tbe Judges the cUosen olllcers in
vited the crowd lo Krebs & Damon's store,
where cigars, candle and other treats
were set out The boys had a high time
and retired wilb smiles ot victory ou their
laces, lo meet again when llie call is made
to suppress the wrongs of the traitors,
singing as Uiey went:
"Sura w. must Bgm, w. would win."
April 5th, 1380.
MIssIgn McCoy's health is silll very
Mrs. T. C. Walker Is on the sick list.
Mr. It. McCouaughey has moved back
to his owu larui.
Mr. Gardner and family have moved
onto the larm known as tbe J a. Damon
Last fall a triend wanted to purchase a
ooli of bis nHigbixir( ottering him ninety
five dollars, but tlie madam objected lis
leaving tbe pieuilsis uuless a hundred
dollar bill was I eli for It A lew days ago
the friend called again to look at Ibe colt.
The owner was away but tbe madam said
that ninety dollars wss a lair price for the
colt, alter winteriug it; hence the colt
wu taken away. , Jakb.
i , ' 1
. ' . April 6th, 1886. '
Miss Ella Boult and Mr. Frank Shep.
ard are home for a short vacation.
The barn on the place formerly rented
by Parker Pelton, was destroyed by fire
last Thursday night., . .- .
W. A. Miller, while unloading a car of
sewer pipe, was struck on the bead and
badly cut . . .
. The new grocery store' in Barnard's
Block was Opened Saturday. , Success to
them.. , ...: v, ,. . .. ..... , ,..
Hon. C. G. Codding is home again for
a short time.
F. A Hawkins bas purchased tbe house
and lot of Mrs. C. F. Hills, on South Court '
L. M. Davis has taken the Dlaoe of Wo. i
Niece, in the barber rooms of W. Ant-" '
old. ;.'" -
H. W. Floyd. Esq., formerly a promt-., .
nent member of the Medina bar,- died at
bis residence In Brunswlo last Friday. ' '
Hon. A D. LIcey, of River Styx, was In 1
town Saturday. - , ,. , . ,
Mrs. o. o. Kenvoo la visitlnr her sister. '
Mrs. Ryby Pierce, of Akron.. .
The county teachers' examination was ,
held In the high school room last Satur- -day.
Miss Mettle Wilson, of River Stvx.. vis- .
lted friends lust week. q.
- March 20th, 1880;
Delayed Letter. ' j
Roads bad, but drying and settling fast. -Soon
will hear the music of ' the milk '
Rufus Lucas has rented Mr. House's i
place west of the station. ' '
A Mr. Mosier, of Oberlln, bas Tented
the Washburn farm west of the Center.
Lewis Mosluir, of Pittsflold. formerly .'
of tliis place, has rented Harry Butler's '
raias rienvon and Free La Dow are go- .
Ing out doing engrafting in a fow day. '
John M. Whitney bus a fine poultry ,
yard containing Plymouth Rocks, Black
Spanish and white. Leghorns, aud reports .
tney are aoing wen. .
Miss Welch, of Uarksfleld. has been -,
visiting at Mr. A Reynolds' for the past ,
week. , .
Mr. Noble Hurst, of Wakeman, moves,.
onto Millie Morgan's farm April 1st. Mrs. '
M. Is going to Uerlln Heights, trie to.,
as a nurse. -, . . ;. .
Mrs. A, F. Hlnman and danplitnr nr "'
visiting relatives in the western part of
Sam Haines, of Clarksfleld, Ii visiting ,
friends In this place.
Sterling Green's children are getting
Miss Nora Plumb, of this place, spent '
Sunday In Wakeman.
Charles Chrlstler, of Wakeman, spent
Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Cbas. Shafer,
at this place.. -. . '
Vergil Berge, of this place, has bought
Geo. Honk's place la Brighton and Is to 1
move there soon.
' Steps are being taken to erect a sol
diers' monument, and a subscription pa-
per Is being circulated. One thousand
dollars are already raised by tax, and $500 '
""TaT T"" , ,-' J "n
more are wanted, rut down your uame
'-",. April 6th, 1888.
Since our last Writing Mrs. Mciloes
lias passed from the scenes of time to
those of eternity; and, Judging by the
fruits of ber earnest Christian life, we
can, unhesitatingly, say it Is well with
ber. The funeral sermon was preached
by Rot. Squires, of West Salem, her
former pastor. He delivered a very earn
est and stirring discourse from this text,
found in Numbers xxiii, 10: "Let me
die the death of the righteous, and let my
last end be like bis." Funeral services .
were held st the Congregational Church,
assisted by Revs. Hughes. Hoddar and J.
B. Smith, of this place. A basket of beau
tiful flowers was placed on the collla by
thoughtful snd kind direction.
Rev. Hughes has resigned his position
as pastor of the Congregational Church,
we are Informed, and will soon uiovo with
Mrs. J. B. Smith has been sick this
week, and has not recovered entirely yet
Mr. N. L. ('lurk bus nhso felt the pain
ful touch of disease since our lust contri
bution. A little son of Wlllurd Drake has lxnn
suffering with a sore above his eye. Dr.
Weedmaa bus boon callod to attend to
Miss Mabel Miinn is sick with conges,
tlon of the liver, but is recovering under
the skillful treatment of Dr. Weeilmim.
Old Mr. Arndt bas hud a second stroke
of paralysis and will not recover.
Mrs. George Gibson and grandmother
Gibson are Improving. Miss Phoebe
Gibson, of Columbus, has been attending
her mother through her sickness. We
were the happy recipients of an iuvitutlon
to a "sugar-eat" there on lust Friday
night but on account of sickness were
unable to attend, much as we would bavn
enjoyed It We hope the Irrenressiblo
Dick" succeeded In sweetening the whole
family, especially "the silent partner."
The sugar run in tills part of the coUn
try has been very good. Something sweet
certainly ought to transpire if the people
endure the bad roads which we are Idea,
ed (T) with so long
.North Main Street Is severely aflHct'vl
with the rag-cariMt fever, and "the sound -
of the loom is heard In the lund. The
first question one lady asks, as she meets
another, Is : "Have yon got It? ' (1. e., the
loom), and the next one Is, "I want it '
Weather is mild and pleasant ut this
writing, In striking contrast to the atorinv
days of tbe first of the week.
W ho bas been April-fooled 1 Come out,
now, and own up and let's have the vari
ed experiences of our fellow-laborers on
April fools' -day In the next Issue. . 1
Corrugated 'Baccarat" Lamp Shades. ,
The finest quality French Ismp shsdes ,
In all ihe latest tints with rim for attach
ing lace, at $1 and $150 less than market
price. Our owu Importation. See them
while they last Can be used on the'
Rochester Electric Lamp, the cheapest .
snd best lamp made.
' E. M. McGillin & Co., Cleveland, O. "
1 Instead of, "See that my grave's kept
green,", the new version is, "C keej) j
my ashes bottled, love.",. ' .r .
It ll tht early turkey that gets stack.