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OU XXIII. . ; ; WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10. 1889.
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Lumber, Lath, Bb'neleq, Battens, Mould-
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All Abont the Hapin-ningK anil Kperial
Events in their Immrdinte Vicinity.
January 13, 1889.
Our community is quite stirred up pre
paring for the Farmer's Institute, whLh
will be held hern January 23 and 24 in
elusive. Think we need not look for
many strangers if the roads continne as at
Among the immigrants who left town
nearly year ago for Washington Terrl.
tory oue has returned and he does not give
& fluttering account of the country, espe
cially the state of society. Say that in
large places, and also in tbe small, the
shops are kept open on Sunday, and that
Is ilia day above all others on which the
rpcrchaut reaps bis harvest We can but
hope that those that went out from us may
be the means of elevating the standard of
morals Instead of being drawn down to
the plane of the natives.
The city of Ashland must be peculiar.
It has become proverbial that a man's Ufa
Is not highly valued there that men on
trial for life are after a very muddled re.
U,-ase borne through tbe streets in trl
umphal precemion, . and besides soma
come out of it after only a short stay In a
terribly aaQd'dled state, so much so that
they liuve hcen, threatened by White Caps.
A week ago last Saturday M Ins Rice's
school hail rhetorical, exercises and the
com pan j were Invited and enjoyed it
much. The scholars all acquitted them
selves -atyli honor, but Miss Georgia
Cbanriian appears to have "taken the pie."
I , ' January 14, W.
Mrs. Charles Lang has been On the sick
list for tha past few days. -
' Mr. Lee Myers returned a few days ago
from Kansas and js stopping with bis
uncle, Mr. Simon Long and family.
The young people of tha Congregational
Church will giv an entertainment in the
........ u "u y 10. au-
IlllrWIUU 1U CCI119. All (ire COrd I Ul IV In-
, n . ....!
Miss Nora Long Isrinitlng relatives and
friends In Gallon and vicinity. , ,
Mr and Mrs, Ljunu Foster and chil
dren visited Saturdnj' ..id Buuday with
lier parents and hrotlior, (he Gibbons fam
ilies, In Pltmncld. '
Kev. C. N. Pond, president of the
American Sunday 8clio Union, Oberlln
O., rondiided the servici's at the Congre.
gat ion al Chuith Sim h.y mnrnlng.
Miss Minnie Dnm'-;i is again at the
helm in the center scixil:
Boin.Jan'y 9, a rfmgbterto Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Starr, anil Mr. O. E. Starr and
his good wife EllzuMli.the grand parents,
step higher thau ever.
, , , IIUKTI VUTON.
- , ' ." Jan'y 14, m
The week , ol pravcr was observed by
union services in Hie M. E. Church last
week. The meutinis are to be coniluued
all this week.- . -f
After the sermon Hablmtli morning Mr,
Henry IIaskins,in tenaine of the chun h,
presented a very ni- essy chair t'i Mr. J.
B. Robinson, the t.'lmrixtcr, to show blm
that the church aiirerhkted his services
The remarks were v-iy piea-ant and ap
propriate. ;. Jir. Iinliinson was so com
pletely surprised fj.it for once in hla life
he had nothing to i. y but "thank you,
Mrs. Mortimer Jtngers wishes me to
thank the neighbor and friends who so
kindly came . anil rut wood for hrr one
day last wet-k.' We wire very sorry the
dny was so rainy and bod for a good many
mora w.uld Lave gone had it been pleas
ant. ' ';
Mrs. Lnwson, Mrs. Lew Barnes' mother
la very sick
.Miss Ida Eglln is sick with typhoid
fever at bersUU-ra in Cleveland. She
will return here to her home as soon as
. Mr. Whitney Clark and family return
to tbetr borne In the Wtal this week,
Mr. Hunter, who married Metta Becrist,
du-d of consumption on December 31 at
their borne in N'obtaska.
1 Miss Sarah Walker is again on tbe sick
list. , ,
, The M. K. Suuday school elected the
following 6!E em forl8H0; 8upt, L E.
W'wlf'; A.v ' H Ilasklna; Sec'y
Minute Smith; I reiis.,' "51 u J' -Chirk t li
brarian, L Clark jCborl.Ur, M. I). rJmlth
Organist, Lilly Richmond.
' t January 14. "89.
W. 8. Lincoln was home over Sunday.
Mine Clara Jones, of Leroy, O., is visit,
lug friends in town.
We understand that Hall & Stranahan
will run a meat market in the room va
cated by Lincoln & Son.
Rev. Wertz Is to give a chnrt talk In the
rooms of the Young People's Prayer Cir-
cle next Friday evening. Everybody In.
LRoot and family, of Belden, spent
Sunday with relatives in town.
Rev. Tsylor, of Obcrlin, occupied the
pulpit In the Ccng'l Church Sunday morn
ing in place of the regular pastor.
The "tulk" in the village store during
the past week has been about the wedding
which it Is rumored will take place in this
town the coming week. Everyone trying
to guers the particulars.
Dr. Carpenter la absent from town for a
few dnvs on professional lmssness in
Last Sunday rooming as the services In
tbe different churches were in progress a
Ore wss discovered in the building occu
-.-.I w n T.A.h'a ImrnAM uhnn. An
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alarm was given and In a very sh..rt time
a larire crowd had gathered. Those nrst
on the spot bad broken In doors and win
dowsbut found the building so full of
hoatand smoke that they could not re
main In the rooms long enough to locate
the fire, but the "bucket brigade" was
soon at work and by throwing plenty of
water the building was soon flooded and
the fire stouned. It was found that the
fire bad originated in a pile of rubblah in
one corner of the harness shop and had
there been any draught In the room the
building must have burned. The damage
to the building, owned by H. E. Norton, is
not very great butthe losstoW. O. Leach,
whose goods were badly dsmaged, will be
considerable. 10 insurance on enuor
building or contents. Mrs. Johruen, who
nrrnnied Ihe room above the shop as t
dwelling, also suffered some loss by ws
ter being thrown on her lurniture.
Sunday seems to be. a good doy for fires
In tills town. We have had three within
a year, all on Sunday.
11 any City I in nccu oi a
it would do well to engage the Litchfield
Tbe quickest way lo dismiss a meeting
Is to CTjCflre."
One may get soma Idea of tha heat io
the shop when wsay that It melted a
rubber comb hanging at least ten led from
the fire. Leather banging eight feet from
tho fire was so scorched as to bt M light
as cork and tender a paper. .
' Excitement will make men do strange
mines, une man was seen to mount onto
MIA nnrrh In fnmt nf tha almn IrnsvV 4Tm 1
I - - I' - - I ,
glass out of a
window and then quietly
climb down. -
January 14, '80.
The young cyclone that passed over this
place removed the campaign log cabin
from it resting place and dashed it to the
ground sadly rtisrring its fair proportions.
Unas, fiielps sold all bis personal ef
fects at public vendue and will engage his
servb es as a traveling salesman with a
Mrs. R Rilre is very low with dropsy
f tbe heart.
. Miss Rowland is getting better.
" L. Kessier has been on tbe sick list
but is out ui;ain.
A. E. . Storrow has bought from his
brother his undivided oue-lialf interest in
the farm owned by them, aod he has also
bought a part of the C. II. Wright place,
making him now a very nice farm of his
on. . We expect Kn to see all tbe mud-
em improvements in building and tools
added, making it a model farm, aud the
owner a model farmer.
John Brisiol is reported as Just making
things bum in bis new location.
The saw mill is very quiet this winter.
The roads are such that logs can't be
brought to the mill or the mill taken to
the logs, and still the Major in not happy.
Adney Jmklus got his hand badly hurt
by getting it caught In the stanchions
while letting the cattle out of the barn,
but Is getting along nicely now. ,
Jan'y 14. '89.
Henry Williams is visiting friends in
Wallace Saxton took a trip to Cincin
nati last week, which he enjoyed very
Faithfulness rewarded. Charles Elliott
has been appointed night operator at
Bcrea at $35 a month.
Will Johnsion is at home again frvm
the far distaut West.
Wm. Johnson was in his accustomed
place yesterday, the village choir.' It
sei med gond to see the boy again after a
long continued illness.
Charles Gott has Dually moved band-
box-i baggflice, and family to town. '
"Sweet Sixteen," Jan. 6?'S9r Mb N.aa
Miller was very much surprised to receive
a call from many of her young friends on
the day mentioned. All present enjoyed
a good time.
Rosol vi d Into their constituent elements,
that is disMilved partnership by mutual
consent, Trenchant & Butler. Trenchard
will continue work on South Main street
In wholesale upholstery. A. E. Butler
I continue ihe tetall department at bis
roms in tbe Old New England. A good
word for Isith and we hope to see them
prosper better than ever.
January 14, W.
Our townspeople are all excited over
Miss Agnes Clark, of Cleveland, Is
spending a couple of weeks In Amherst
Rev. Williamson, of Oberlin, occupied
the Cong'l pulpit yesterday.
Rev. D. A. Milan, North Amherst, oc'
cupii d the pulpit of the M. E. instead ol
A strange little gtrl came to tbe home
of Thomas Fahey, Jan'y 13.
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I A,r.. i.uimae.nu nurrre ero uw
engaged In selling farm rights for a pat-
ent fence wire arrangement in this county.
It is a good thing and farmers will do
well to Invest the small sum of 3 cents per
sere for tbe right to use it.
' PITTS F1KLD.
January 18, 1889.
Died, on the 11th Inst , Mr. E. Matcham,
agod 70. He was the last survivor of
those who orgiuilzed the township nearly
sixty years ago.
Frank S. Sheffield Is quite sick ; pro
nounced catharhal fever.
Fellowahlp meeting at the Congrcgv
tionB, Churcn cmnim.nclng Wednesday,
mh Mt 10a. Ini nnil t-ontliiae two
days. Aconliul Invitation k extended t
all who an Interested. , ' ,'
Mud frozen stiff and roads Improving,
getting ready lor the aiiow.
The World Ought to Ki.ow.lt.
The world ought to know what 8. 8. B
I... itnwA Ltr mw In lli rnre nf a miillirn.nl
C(nr wuich WM w bad as to be consld
tred insurable by tha physicians In Chics
go, where I went to be treated. The boa
pltlal sargeon gnva me up, saying they
could do nothing lot me. One of my
neighbors sent me a copy of an ad
vertisetnent cut from a paper
In regard to Swiit's Specific and I began
taking It. I got rellel from th. first few
doses: the poison was gradually forced
ont of my system, and I was soon cured
sound and well. It is now ten months
sine. I quit taring 8 8 8 nd 1 have had
no s in ol return i.t th drmutrni
. " " uincaOi
lerO Ant tbnUftHDdl Of npniilA r.m:n rv
, . O B
tnetr graves every year with Caurar end
they ought to k now of the virt ue ol a. S. B.
Mrs. Ann Uothwell.
AuSable, Mich., Dec. 21), 1888,
BROTBUK 1 BLACK. ':
Two or three years ago a negro' boy on
my place near Franklin, Ky., was tor-,
mented with an apparently incurable cose ' '.
of Scrofula, which lasted him a long time
and gave bitn great trouble. Alter trying "
many other remedies, I at length went, to
Dr. Morris' drug store In this place v and
bought several bottles of 8. 8. 8. by taklug
which, aod nothing else, be was lully and
iveriuaneatly cured. He is now a stout
man and at ihe time I commenced giving
blm 8. 8. ft trie bones were worklnv nut
ol his arm could use but oue arm, and
tbe di ora said nothing could do h'ni any
good : but I have tried M. S. 8. and aeon it
tried, and felt that It would cure blm.
John 11, Grainger.
FrankUn', Ky., Deo. 13, 1888.
I was tbe victim of the worst Catarrh
that I ever beard of. I was entirely deaf
In one ear, and all the inside of my nose,
including part of tbe bone, sloughed off
Notreatmeut benefitted we. and nbvsi.
cians said I would never be any better. I
uMia o. o. o. aa a last resort, aud it has en
tirely cured me. I have been well lour
years, and no sign of return ot tbe dread
ful disease. Mrs. Josephine Pnlbill.
Due West 8. C.
Swill's Specific is entirely a vein table
medicine, aud lathe only tuediclnu which
bns ever cured Blood Poison. Scrofula.
Blood flu mors and kindred m-aes. Send
lor our books on Blood and ttkin Diseases,
mauea iree. t ug swikt MKcino (Jo.
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
A Former Citiisen of Wellington
Fletcukr, O- Jan. 11, 1889.
1 arrived here wiih my family on tha
l'Jih of Dec. From mud and muddy roads
I took my horse out ot Ihe car npou giavel
roads as smooth as tbe floor. Have been
In my buggy almost dully In visiting
among tbe church members. Have had a
kindly welcome here. Feel at home one
more In the pulpit This Is certainly the
garden of tbe state for farmers. Land
level and very fertile. No ice as yet evea
on the pond being qnite a little warm
er than Wellington. On the 10th of Jan
company of over fifty ptople cam lo
suddenly upon us filling the parsonage
with their numbers and the cupboards, .
cellar and barn with good thing to the
amount of over (30, and all sat down to a
grand dinner which they brought along
with them; after which a number of
fchea of welcome mixed with worship-
Thus saying in a very loud manner thrice ,
welcome to our town. Our school privi
leges are less tbsn yours and town much
smaller. But tbe Baptist church la very
complete In all its appointments, being
composed largely of tbe best and moat In
fluential ci'fzens. The Baptists Indeed
are largely predominant all about here,
the people having started right (f) yon .
see. Since I left yon I see you are bavins
your share of calamities io the way of
fires, thefts, etc., but perhaps not on that
account. With love to all old friends and
charity to all, I subscribe myself an ex- v
citizen of Wellington. '
J. H. Smith.
Weak eyes and laftaoied lids Indicate
ao Impure condition of tbe blood. Tbe
best remedy Is Ayer'a Saraaparllla. It
vitalizes the blond, regulate tbe secretions
and expels all scrofulous humors from Uxf
system. Try It Price $1. Worth $5
Notes fpurn Other Towns.
During tbe high wind Wednesday after
noon tho lop of the chimney of the Audi
tor's office in the court house was blown
I rtnmn anrl ft. avi hi it.lv.n wl.tL.ntlw
, , .-v.
down the flue Into tbe Auditor's office,
completely filling tha room, coverlnir the
completely filling the room, covering the
tables, disks, books and papers with the
smudge. It presented dlscoursglng ap
pearance for a llttlo while. . . .Dr. D. Pal
mer, ef Lodl, who is 79 years old, claims
tola) the first white child born in Ohio,
He also claims that bis father ralsAl the
first wheat In Ohio, and the farm has not
passed out ol the lamily 's hands. . . .County
Commissioner Ganyard retired the first of
th's month, having served two terms with
satisfaction snd credit. He has kept tha
record of our county legislature up ts Its
always hl.u mark. Mr. Yoder, of Guil
ford, was qualified and took his seal as .
member of the board. As it is now cony
diluted it stands as follows: Freeman, ol
Spencer, chairman; Pearson, of York, and
Yoder, of Guilford. . . .The annual meet
ing of tbe Ohio Farmer's Insurance Co,
was held at tbs company's office in LeRoy
yesterday, Wednesday. Twenty-five or
tlility members of the company from
Medina attended. They went on the cars
io Seville and from there drove over to
URoy on the pike, which is the only
piece of rotd In Ihe county on which a
team can trot at this season .... When It la
considered that the Ohio Farmer's Insur
ance Co. paid nine-tenths of the cost of
building the permanent road betweam
Seville and Westfleld, It comes with a poor
grace from anybody living on Its Una to
mlsrepiescnt Its condition and lie about It
so tremendously u a writer In the last
CevMiua'e. tin Eighth Pf.)