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A. Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home Interests, Politic, Agriculture, Science, Art, loetry, Etc.
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY, OniO, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 17, 1889.
Published every Wednesday, at v
Terms of Subscription:
8 at Tear
rn.nd CoHectloM made a BpectsUy
Loam and Collection made
Office In bank building
J. H. DICKSON,
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW,
and lolloltor ot
American and Foreign
WEST 8IDK PUBLIC SQUARE,
WELLINGTON, - , OHIO.
, 1 t H. tiOODWIKI, Insurance Agent and
I I it. Rotary Public Insumnoe, Arie, mor
1 ft. -acea, will", lea, oontreota, euu, n .
neat ind leiral m (inner.
UlSo or Sent a't
I boot and .bo .tnra.
TO N BO K I Alj.
(-CItR HOBISmm. tk Birwr, jeep.
lft oneof lh.awitrt.BOoonvenl.nt Bar
4 H WrSii..lntown. Onlr ' ,w"l'a'"
tioosneotloa and furnHbsd at all hour, with
and oold wwr and all neMrytOWvsDt-
nj. IKH.HBOOK. Den tint. Olno, over
. Hutted', .tore. In Bnk Bullrtlnf,
Weltlnrtoa, Ohio. Nltrou. Olid, fa adnata-
lured tar Um .itrotoo or t t.
wtelle'. Art OaUT-pe,a in tr
eTi .tVl audVUht uj'wlth tha times.
tolal attention ld to eniawai '"""'"'J
lotures. Old aegatlre. all preserved and u
".rr.Irr ... V. ui .. ... tfm. llllr. over
Bawlbf A Hall's grooery. 1
Plotures of all kinds, finest wort and latest
tiles- Copvlng and enlarging laOraroa, Ink
ad Pastel. Bpeolal attention to the babies.
Creaiar'e Block, Welllagtoa, O.
j B. HATHAWAY M. D.
,. ' BFCCIALTIEKl
Ueul dUrtMS and dUetees of U. kl.dderand
C ... iUn.'ul 1 onvll.t diMMe. of th I
reotu) tnated br aa improves. i;ip
via oraMeDtioa irom euaiunn.
ioaw of tbe bladder and kidnTtreated OBlf
fter a careful and proper aaaijr.i. oi .
peater Block WeUlngtoa.u
R. G. HOLLAND,
i 'Order received at Telephone Excnange
.& at F. D. Felt' drug (tore.
I radoate Toronto Veteri aar College, claw n.
L. B. PRATT,
JeteriQir; Surgeon m Dentist.
Over twenty five years of practice. 0
teelved at Adams' and Houghton s
4 heetved at Adam.' ana n
n ..nt. ...a. f . ,n..f m.nl ftt mm
aere.. ntinri ,w
bl oa Courtland Avenue. 4-22
. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
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L.i.. i.u Otvk. W.trhe. JeweUv. fell -
finM ivna. etc. ns. n, ihdik
Square, Wellington .Ohio.
I-I. HIZ. Barrett,,
Livery and Feed Stable.
ath Side Meohanio Street, first
3oor east ot Amerioan House.
tonvey rassenget ana naggage to
from train or residence. Also col-
s and distribute KxraaM,doing a
Vera! expressing ana pacgage Duainee.
. ' .. - Awt.. n, t.lonhnnJl American
r, viuwi v. f
Tn i, T --
87-1 H. B. Smith, Prop.
Next to Otterbacher.
Wo arc. now under fall blast with an clesrnnt line of
VW"X"S ' A
A. ta. FITCH, Wellington also Elyria.
P1EST NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL $100,000.00, . SURPLUS 6,500.00.
Doe a General Banking Boalneas, Receives-Depoelu, Buyi and (elli New York
Exchange, Government Bonds, etc Drafts
S. S. WARNER, President.
8. 8. WARNER.
D. L. VTADSW0RTB k CO.,
HaaafattDnri of tad dealer, la
Soon,' BevaOx avaa BUixai
Cheese and Butter Boies, all kind ol
Lumber, Lath, Bhlnilea, Batten, Mould
inn and Flooring. Sldinc made and Bur
iace Planinc done to order on short no.
iJi 8 WELLINGTON, O.
HOYT & BENSCHOTENu.
Dealers la and Mannfactorers ef
USDERTAKIJJO Uf ALL ITS BRANCHES.
A Full Line ot Goods Always In Block.
Arterial Embalming a Specialty. ..
Picture Framed to Order. A good vari
ety of Moulding to select from.
w n rnrnr of Sonare. Weillniton.O
s. f: black,
Contractor and Builder,
Pinna and estimates made. Job
wnrk r( all kinds. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. 46-ly
CARRIAGE! WAU05S 1HD SLEIG118
Of XTBBT DkeCBIITIOaT.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Pr9tt & Herrick.
FEED Li. mi mil
Free delivery to any part ol the corpor
atlon. Kaiiroaa street, neiiiDgiun, v.
0. E. SUTLIFF,
IDEAIiER ZXT COAX
Jaokaon and Bloaaburg
Terms Cash and Prices Low.
Office on West Liberty St., Telephone 48
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Ilelen Uowk, deceased.
ti,. ami.F.i.nMl hubeea anonlnted and
nu.iiSfd as admlolKtrntor ot the e.tate of
Helen Uowk. late of Wellington, Lorain coon
ty, Ohio, deoeaied.
Dated tbl. 1Mb. day of Man. A. D.,
ovir cn nrnnnut. will be received at the
at noon on th. twentieth (1
1 tjua nr hulldlne a frame i
O office of the Oler et the Board ef Krinca-
p until i o cock
(20) dat of April,
frame school bnnae, In
I '4 aillo.
M.p.h ah .ite ef old .cnool nouae. ae-
oordlng to tbe plan, and pesltlcatlona on lie
In aald otflee. Karb bid mu.t.ootala the name
nl even nersoa Interested lathe same, ana
to be accompanied by a suMclent guarantee of
umadtalntereeted person, that, If the bid Is
some dlalntereeted p
accepted, a contract
will be entered Into ei
bid for each kind of material called for by the
..ietinn. muat be atated aenarately and
h. MrfftrminMioni nrooeriv seonrea. ii
the price of each glvea and tbe prloe of labor
mnt also be separately atated. .
Nniiebuttheloweatresponaablebld will be
aecepted.and the board may reject all bid.
March 25th, 1880.
r . .i, anir of the Pronate
1 Oourt ol Loratn Cennty. Ohio, I will offer
Wnnrananca of an order of tne rrooate
for .ale at oubU auction, oa
BATO&DAY the 27th day of April, A. D UW,
. . .i, ..iMi. inMnMB. it., tba aremlses,
the following described real eatate. altoato In
,V. Ji Ij,mi. ..4 Mtate at Ohio, to-wit:
being tbe south part ot lot aamber forty-four
(44) In tract nine (0) In Camden towaahlp, Lo
.1. .n.nt Cihin and bounded east, south
and weat by the lines f .aid let aad en the
north by a (In. parallel with the south II ne
and far .noorb therefrom to aaolose wttbln
..II k..ila irt...M. Atlmd.
Appralaed at .- Term. of sale, one-third
aa.k dav of aale. the balance In two equal
annual Bavmenu secured by mortgage oo
premises with Interest at per oeat.
Admlnlitrator ( Israel Buraiey, dee'd
Issued on all European countrle.
R. A. HORS, Caanier.
Jr., Ass't Cashier.
R. A. HOUR.
Notice of Appolatment.
E.tate ot Daniel Williams, deeeased.
The nnderalrned has Been dalr appointed and
qualiDedas administratrix with tba will an
oeied o( the estate of Daniel Williams, late
ot Wellington, Lorain eeuniy.unio.oeceaeea.
Dte4 thlswtn as ni Maren, n.u.. wn.
BALL! K. WILLXAMd. Administratrix.
Aug. 23th, 29th and 30th, 1889.
Entries Close April 30th, 1889.
No. t-Two year-olde-Foale of 1B87: M1U beats
best tint. Babscrtptloa $10, it of which
mn.t accompany each nomination oa
before April XHb, 18H8, I payable Jans 1Mb,
balance, it, parable Aug. Mth, $ added.
Nominations opea to all.
Ko.tTbree-year-old-Foalori8o(: Mil beats,
beats In S. 8obanriptlon 110, IS of which
mo.t accombany each nomination on o
before April JOtb, 19, 3 payable Jan. 10th,
balance, 14, payable Ang. Mth, added.
Nomination! open to all.
Ro.3-KourTear-olda-Poauiori88S: Sam. con.
dlllons, payment, and added money
Stake No. t.
ftr Program of other races pahUahed later.
H. L. BU(U, OEO. L. COUCH,
To The Citizens of Wellington.
Fred D. Fell, the druggist, ot Welling
ton. will keep tor sale the celebrated
Indian I'I 11. manufactured fir ine eminent
Dr.R. MacFarland ol Genoa, O. Tula I
the nill that cure headache, sick or ner
vous, also constipation, ana tor one tenure
we offer 1100 II directions are carried out.
We can ti ll von more, tliev cure rheuma
tism, sciatic, or chronic. Inflammatory. All
stomach diseases yield every time to this
great discovery, rney win positively
cure all diseases ot the urtnary organs (i
cumble from any medicine. The secret Is
thrv cure the liver and will not fail. Do
not tall to try this medicine tl a box, 60
pills In each box. (Jail at roll's drugstore
for them. Felt only keens them. Well
loirtnn. Ask for the little book giving
symptoms. This Is tbe great blood search.
r nf the world.
N. B. Felt's only. Remember Ur. n
MacFarland's pill la the only genuine
MacFarland pill on earth.
COXSCXPTION 8UBELT CURED.
To thi Editob Please Inform your read.
n that I bave.a poaltlvo remedy for the above
named dlaeaae. By Its timely a.thoo.ands el
bopeleas oaae, have been permaaently cured.
I ahall he a lad to send two bottles of my I
dy rasa to any ot your readers who have eoa
samptlon It Ibey will send me their express
sue pout omce address. Kctpeciiaiiy,
T. ASLOOUM. M.0..1U! V X,NwTetb
. What B. R. Cooper, says.
J. E. Jackson Dear sir: "I had Bright.
disease In the wont tnrm. I nsed two
bottles of tour medicine, Burdlck's Kid
ney Cure, and It bus done wonders for me.
Tbe swelling has left my body and limbs
and 1 am so well 1 can walk out again
This Is tbe only remedy that wauld reach
my case. Itice lo cents.
What John U H aides, oi Woodbury, rt,
8. says: J. E. Jackson. Dear Sii i "I
had kidney trouble for years very bad
mr pains at times were so greet I would
roll the Door. 1 toougnt my case a Help
less one. I used two bottles ol your med
icine, (Burdlck's Kidney Cure) and now I
can do any kind of work. I recommend
this to all sufferers. Price 75 cents tnd
11.90. For sale by Fred D. Felt.
II I Intrude npon your leisure hours I
proffer this excuit, and here beseech yon
to try Ar-thro-phon-l-a for rheumatism.
F D Felt.
As Gathered tj Oar Special Corresocndcnts.
All About t!ie Happening and Special
Events In their Immediate Vicinity.
April 15, W.
Our summer schools are commencing.
Mr Betsy Johnston Js visillne her
daughter at Kipton.
Easter concert at M K church next Sab-
bath evening. .
Again the messenger ot death has vis.
Ited u, taking 'one from our midst. Oa
Sunday, April 11, Mrs. J N Myers, after
an lllnes of about two day.
Mr Geo JJiiziI, of Wellington, spent
the Subbath In town with hi lister.
April 15, '89.
L T Myer U rslotlog hi house: also
Jno Burrows Is saving hi house painted
Mies Oil litis was visiting friends at
CUrksneld a few day last wijfc.
EraHoutland while won. lug in Alex,
Twaddle's saw mill last Wednesday morn'
log mi t wiib a serious accident. ' Re wa
about to fix the sawdust carrier In tome
way when the saw caught hi arm and cut
it off Just below the elbow. Dr Smith, of
Wellington, was at once sent for todresa
tbe wound. . '
W 0 Whipple baa moved to Toledo.
James Grundy is able to be around
again ; glad to see you out Jim.
D M II all has started his grocery wagon
again. My 1 bow be does bring the eggs
Joe Crepps has moved onto C P Ronk"s
place near the depot .
J L Murray, of Clarksfleld, was in town
Mert Peck was culling: wood a few days
ago whed a stick flew op and struck him
In the eve and immediately brought him
to the around. I- '".was firet thou eh t he
would ilooee 14 thai eye, bat
guess there Is no dsnger now.
Mrs J Bennett Is slowly gaining.
Prof J R Hall, who has been In Ger
many siudyloc music lor a couple oi
years psst returned home last Saturday.
April 13. 89.
Geo Smith's little boy who has been
very sick is Improving Dr. Thomas, ol
Huntington, was the physician.
We are sorry to hear of the dangerous
illness of Mrs Mary 8mitb, who but re
cently removed to Savannah.
News has been received by relatives of
Mrs Ellen Gould, ol Carson City. Micb.
an old time resident of this place, that she
has had two cancers removed irom her
Allie Fullinglon is sgain in town work
ing at her trade.
The ladles of the C T U have kindly re
moved (he "lager" sign from the front of
W Woods' establishment, thus assisting
blin much pecuniarily, as temperance
people passing through town did not pat
ronize him on account of It He certainly
owes them a debt of gratitude.
A Partaety nd wife spent Sunday In
E Mara thinks he comes out ahead In
i the poultry business, a he gathered an
egg the other day measuring 8x6)4 laches.
April 15, 89.
Mr aud Mrs W W Penfleld, of Elyria
have been spending the past week with
friends In town. -
Mr Mllo T Jackson and family bav
taken possession of their new home.
W B Llndsley has lately recovertd from
a severe attack ot quinscy.
Miss Kate Cone has been very low with
a severe run ot pneumonia. Dr Snyder,
of La Grange, assisted by Dr Moody, of
Chatham, as counsel are stieadlog her and
It Is said that ahe it Improving and In a
lair way for recovery.
Mrs Collins Johnson, of Oberlin, has
been spending the past ten days with
friends in town. Mr Johnson's family
were former residents of Penfleld and bays
recently bad the misfortune to have their
bouse and nearly all Its contents destroyed
by Br. Tbeir many friends in Penfleld
contributed to repWmlah their wardrobe,
and at the Coogregatlonet aid society held
at the residence ot Mr and Mrs Ileman
Starr on last Thursday, which was at
tended by about fifty ladles, there were
many things of value and comfort made
and donated to tbem, which acts of kind
ness are ao moro than Just to unfortunate
friends tnd will be duly appreciated by
Frank and Edwin Morton returned Tuts,
day to their bom In Shelby, Mich-, ac
companied by Harry Starr who has been
yisitlog here for several weeks and la now
on his way to his home In Kansas.
Mrs Msry Btedmaa, who ha been spend
Ing a fortnight with friends here and In
Spencer, returned a few days sgo to her
borne in Lorain.
MrsJII Gardner returned Wednesday
irom s three week's visit with friends in
Lorain ; she brought little Gertie 8tedinsn
her grand daughter with her to spend rev-
erol weeks with friends here and fa Spen
Mis Lottie Gardner begin her school
to-morrow in the west part ot town.
Mr S McConaughy and little son Rob
bie, et Beebetown, spent a night recently
with his parents Mc and Mr R McCon
aughy at tbe old homestead.
Mr George PenBeld spent several day
in loledo on business within th past
April 15, im.
While hitched in the Baptist sheds lsst
Saturday Wade Chamberlain's team broke
loose and ran home. No damage further
than a broken wheel was done.
About 40 were present at tbe Btptist
ladies social at Mrs W M Crandall's, April
11. An screeable time was reported.
r Li b. easier bss siarteo a read wagon
and promises to make things lively for
those who have threatened to drive him off
Tbe young people's literary society meets
next at Mrs A A Pond's.
At tbe Baptist business meeting last
Saturday night tbe following officers were
elected : deacons, S Call and Lnu Eechum ;
trustee, L Johnsoa; clerk, J R Coats.
Measures were taken for procuring a min.
In tbe Esterfbibb of last week the
correspondent irom a neighboring town
remarked, "Who ever knew eggs to be
only 9c per dozen before Easter T" The
farmers who bring tbelr eggs to Rochester
bsve never known them to be thst low,
Farmers should bring tbeir prod ace to
Rochester If they do not wish to become
acquainted with low prices.
The Rev Mr Evans will preach at the
Methodist church a meek irom next San-
day. An Easter conceH will be. given' In
TheCC Cft I Ky are laying anew
track the entire length of ibis section,
Rev Wm Clark will fill the pulpit at the
Baptist church next Sunday. H II
April 15, '89.
The air feels quite like spring, but the
ground Is soaked lull of water so that but
few pieces are dry enough to plow. Some
few farmers got In their oats before the
Mr Korrls Bartlett heard last Saturday
of the death ol his brother Hiram. I think
he used to live In this town.
The Huntington musical association
meets on Friday evening of this week at
the town ball ; they hope to have a full
meeting at there is Important business to
Norris Kelsoy and his wife and two
youngest children left for Einsas last Fri
Miss Mary Clark, from East Cleveland,
visited in town last Tuesday. She has
rented her borne and expects to spend a
year In Europe ; she goes with quite a large
company ot friends. They sail Irom New
York on the 1st of Msy on the City of New
York, one of the Inmanlloe. Her many
friends here wish her a prosperous voyage.
Mr Albert Lsng really seemt a little
better: he can move his left foot a little
for the first time since he was taken sick
Flecher Ward wu In town last Satur
Miss Nellie Short Is In town.
Tbe mill boys finish up their grinding
Thanks for tie knitting work which
csme home last week.
Geo Rolce has moved back onto the
farm In tbe house with Bagnum.
April 15, -89.
Elder Randal, ot Lafayette, preached
8 unday at tbe F B church. Although the
cares of more than three score yean and
ten have whitened bis head on tbe exterior
he more than proved by the sbleness of his
discourse that the Interior Is yet fresh and
green ; not in an nnrlpe slate but fully
matured, ripe and vigorous. Noihlng Is
more grateful and pleasing than to see obi
sge thus cheered by tbe power or
youth and manhood ; sprlngMa ibe mldrt
ef winter; sn spple upon tbe bough not
withered but rpe snd ready lor tbe gatb
erer. Long msy tbe aina oia gentlemen
live to gladden us with his cheering words.
Henry Walters moves the coming week
Into the house owned by Mltchel Daogh
Mia Delia Walters wu at hum one day
this week. .
The publio schools closed Saturday,
' There will be an Easter concert at the
U E church Bunday evening, April 81
Mr Carrie Hahn visited In Wast Salem
Mr Fremont Ambrose having purchased
the Coleman property is rapidly Itnprov
Ing it and when completed it will boons)
ot the most desirable places In town. ;
Uncle John Murray Is unable to answer
the question whether he will have th '.
postofllce until the 4th of July. Th Re
publican candidates are all anxious for hist
to (ell tbem and also to tell which one of
them Will be his happy successor. f
A new barber shoo has been otwniut tat
Naylor's pool room. Were it in a respect,
able place It undoubtedly would tecelye a
liberal patronage, but as it Is we sincerely
hope that bis dimes will be few and far '
between. The only way to crush out an
evil in our midst like s pool room is to da- (
stroy its patronage and avoid everything
that lends It aid, support, or countenance.
It thusaies In Its ewn den We siucereli
hope that ell the good people of our town
HI not drop a dime inside the door.
Miss Bertha Hart attended tbe teacher
examinai ion at Medina Saturday.
Mrs U S Steadoian visited her slsier in
Pawnee tbe past week.
J J Bslr will build a barn fcr Samuel
Mr A T Vaovalkenburir and Mrs I
Murray were in Cleveland tbe past week
buying new sto;k.
Aunt Mary Dilgard has returned frost
ker visit in Lorain.
J M Beaton attended the meeting of th
board of education at Whittlesey Monday.
Our great lawsuit Is ended. Verdict In
favor of the defendant. Dickson, frcat
Wellington, and Keeler.from West Salens,
appeared and expounded the code, tbe
former for tbe plaintiff and Ibe latter tor
the defendant ; his honor (Daugherty) en
the bench, oo far as your correspondent
could see Dickson had his opponent on
the hip so far ss evidence wss concerned,
but when it come to the lsw Eeeler mad
him look pretty solemn. Lsw gained the
day. "Let those who dance pay the fid
Scrofula Is transmitted from parent t '
child and thus becomes a family inhere-
taacefor generations. It is, therefore,
the duty of every scrofulous person tn
cleose bis blood by a thorough and penf-JV-
em coarse oi Aycr's bampartna, "
A, )- tt'-'-.?r- --
Apr'l 10, 1889.
Died on the 9th Inst, John Ives, aged 84
year. The deceased wu bora July SO
1803 in the itate of Vermont ; has lived la
Ohio most of his life snd bu been a resl-
dent of Pittsfleld over fifty years.
Mrs E Friend died on tbe 13ih Inst aged
50 years; she was born in Germany,
Frank Worcester is confined to tbe house
with rheumatism ; not able to be out for t
number of days snd dots not improve very
Mrs Plumb, of Oberlin, aad Mr Miller,
of Minneapolis, held a gospel temperance
meeting in tbe H E church Sunday even
ing, and considering the number of meet
ings during the day thero wan a very good
audience; another meeting was appointed
at tbe Congregational church next Sunday
MrsW Powell, from Beecber, HI., Is
visiting In town.
A meeting was held In the town hall last
evening to make arrangements tor the ob
servance of the centennial of the inaugura
tion of G Washington in accordance with
the proclamation of President Harrison.
Meeting to be held In tbe Congregational
church on the evening of the 30th at half
past 7. M
Have used S. 8. 8. In treatment of tbe
blood tuint, with remarkable success. J.
Wiley (juillan, M. Dn Easley. S. C.
I have used S. 8. 8. for some time la
the treatment of blood poison without
disappointment Physicians will be com
pelled to sc Knowledge Its merits.
a l uaiiowsy, n. u. nonroe, us.
1 bsve tried Swift' Specific In a very
bad case of Blood Disease, and take great
pleasure In saying it whs a purfect sue-
fees, produciug a complete cure. I have ,
also tried it in many otner cases wiin
good results. J R Yerioo, Mlllsnp, Tex.
I have used Swift's Soeeifla In nv
practice for some time, snd find It to be
all that the proprietors claim for It D
M McKolght, M. D., Magnolia, Ark,
I have taken Swift's Specific for sec- '
ondary blond taint and derived great ben- "
fl'. It acts much better then potash or
any other remedy thst I have ever nsed. ''
B F Wiogfteld, M. D, Richmond, Vs.
Swift's Specific is entirely vegetable,
and cures by torctuif out the Impurities
through the akin. Bund for book on Blood ,
and bkln Dines. mailed free. . ,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.
. Drawer t, Atlanta, Oa.
A Great Battle.: '.
(s continually going on in the human
system. Tbe demon of imfure blood
strives to gain victory over the coostitn- 1
lion, to ruin hi-aitb. to drag victims to tbe
grave. A good reliable medicine Ilka
Hood's Saisaparlila is the weapon vnth
with which to defend one's self, drive the)
desperate enemy from the Held, and re
state peace and bodily health for many
years. Try this peculiar medicine.
Alter having need several pounds of
Victory Mara Coffee, we are able to sav
to our friends, that It Is the best Coffee oa
Gray hair Is mad to resume its youth
ful color and beauty by the us ot U all's
Vegetable Blclllan Hair Kenewer. the beat
preparation knewn to science,