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A Family Newspaper Devoted to the Interest of Loraia County and, Vicinity.
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. JULY 3, 1889.
Published every Wednesday, at
' T.rm. of Subsoriotloni
. ne Year. ........ -
U.0UT.A..UW 111 mill PULBIC.
Loans and Collections made a specialty
Office In bank building.
J: H. DICKSON,
ATT O RN E Y-AT-L AW,
' and lollcltor pt
Americaj and . Foreign
WEST SIDE PUBLIC 8QUABE,
WT-T.T.TNftTON. - OHIO.
r If. MI9Vfl1, Insurance Afe
K. Notary Public In.urmnoo, o,morV
rarot, wills. lca., contracts, written W
aaudlt.l oiionor. OWcnvor Borage's
boot and (hoti .tor..
"" nui , tba RarlMr. keapS
amnlnraL Afull Mtri mout of hair oil po
tt birreS.. r n,f S""-,?:
or.2i1old w.ter end .11 fr "-
HOOma. wum "
J, HOLHiieOM, Dentlea. wmo over
. Hinted', (ton. In Bank Building,
W.IUngton, Ohio. Nitrous pxld. fa. admln-
Stertd for the extraction, et w
Sawtalla's Art Gallay .-Pictures In sv
TrVtYlVaod rlsbt uf'wltli the time..
, '7, .... .r,i Ln.nl.rvln. In OraTon
Iuk, or Water Color, and oopylng from old
r.r".... (ia .uitim .11 nreaerved and u-
X, nteiean be hid at an time. UHUr over
Bowlbj A Hall's grocer-. ,
.-.Xlotaras of all kind.. It nest werk and latent
.triefc Copying and sularglng In Crayon, ink
' i ad Pastel. Special attention to the babies.
' Creator's BlOok, WaUiarton, O,
E. HATHAWAY M. D.
Rectal dlMMM and dlmMS pf the sl.dd-reiid
k.do-y.. Flle..nleer.tloBOf tb. rectum, n.tula
in .do, SMnrw .nd all pr.Y.lllug ''''
rectum treated by n Improved sy.tem, without
D.lq or detention from bu.lne... ,j..
i DImmm of tk. bladder ud kidney, treated only
after a oarernl and proper aaaiy.u oi u
, (if&ra In
C.rn.nUr Block Wolllnaton.O
R. 0. HOLLAND,
Teterin&r; Surgeon d hU
Orders received at Telephone Exchange
and at F. D. Felt's drug store.
Graduate Toronto VeterlnarvCollege, class '17,
L. B. PRATT,
7.1 era Surgeon d M:t
Over twenty-live year, of practice. Order,
received at Adam.' and Houahton . drug
.tore Horse, .till taken for treatment at my
table on Courtland Avenue.
iJ. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
Dealer In Clocks, Watches, Jewelty, 611
rerware, Oold Pens, etc. No. 8, Public
Square. Wellington, Ohio.
X-I. 33. Barrett,
tow -a t qjiwv nssi.
Livery and Feed Stable.
Bouth Side Mechanio Street, first
door east of Amerioan House.
its ul Trkasfer Lino.
Passeneeri and BaKKsge to
and frpra trains or residences. Also col
locts and distributes tspar.es, doing a
pncral expressing and package business,
orders or telephone American
I ISBBISS r iS- 4aATS?Sl .ft JA .
use. 87 ly n.S.BMiTii, Prop.
J. J. THOMAS,
Manufacturer Of And D.ler In
Monuments 5 Tombstones
Evervthin- nertalnlnir to cemetery work
will receive prompt attention at price to
suit the limes. (20
D. In WADSWOBTH A CO..
Manufacturers of and dealer. In
Eoor, SaaOa. nzicL Bliaa.a.
Cheese and Butter Boies, all kinds o!
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Battens, Mould
lngs and Flooring. Biding made and Bur
face Planing done to order on short no.
tic. WELLINGTON, O.
HOTT & BENSCHOTEN,
Dealers In and Manufacturers of
UNDERTAKING IN Alt ITS BRANCHES,
A Full Line of Goods Always In Stock.
' Arterial Embalming a Specialty.
Pictures Framed to Order. A good vari
ety of Mouldings to select Irom.
N E. Corner of Square. Weillnrton.O
Dr. H. E. Warren,
Office and residence in Post office build-
in . Calls answered at all hours in city
- Offlo Honrs 2 to & p- an.
(Ml NEW FIRM! COAL!
M. L, BUSH St CO
Would respectfully announce to the aitlzens
of Wellington that they are now on deck, and
xMtxnut tn tMkm order, for all kinds of
hard and soft coal which they will sell for
i at the loweat living prices,
your patronage Is solicited.
, The Nickel Plate Restaurant
Has been refitted and cleaned up and Is
now ready (or the reception of boarders
.nrl lodrars. Candies. Confectionery
Tobacco. Cigars and Ice Cream a specialty,
VaalaataU Honrs, xonr patronage is
so llcited. Abasias UAKP.Propi.
' T hava Inat received a Quantity of Hard
coal and am ready to receive and All
orders at lowest possible summer prices.
Secure your coal while pnci-s sre low ana
lATfl money. l"J v. j..ouiurr.
llMts im th. td
and 4tk Wwlnea
rlar evening, of
M. W. Lang,
J, T. Ha.k.ll,
III III -1 1. 1 1 1. II
on andafter May 19, 1W, train, will pa.. Wei
tngton a. follow.:
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No. SS ma.ana n necnng t ....
No. S Cln. Col . El
No. 5 Specl.l D.T. cin. ....
r..S7 Col'. A Wheeling Acooo
No. S-Niuht El
No. 81 Loc.l Freight :
No. 83-ti.llon Local freight
,S:15 p. m
OOINO I AST.
No. 6 St. L. AN Y Expre...... .
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No.lS-Sneclal St. Lonl. A N. T. Ex. 1:4ft p. n
Nn Whmllnir. Ind. .ndt'leTe. tx 4:oSp.m
No. S Cincinnati ACI.v.'d Si B:lfil p. m
No. 4 Cincinnati Limiiea axprm.... i ", m,
NoSS-LocalKrelaht 4:S5 p.m
No.SO-tialion Local Freight IS:15 p. m
No 1, 5, S, 8, and IS rnn daily
t Train, atop on slrnal. v .
WBECLIH9 LASS EAILECiD,
Cleveland & Marietta B. B.
Fromsnd after Jnnet, 1W. tr.lniwlllp.1. Well
ington.. ioiiow. i
No. 8 ...
S. 65 a.m.
, 11. en a.m.
um i .tnlSdallT! other, dailv .X. Snad.T
Fnrtberinfonnatlonlnragardto this 111. will
Anlvtalrf,tKl0a.ai. - 0j.n, 1 :S0 n. av
' HCNT1NOTON. BULLIVAN and POl.K.
rrlv.llr,IlMa.Bi IHn. ,'
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Arrive dally. 9 a.m. . Depart lOa,
Real Estate Transfers.
E. and II. Ilowey to M. C. Bedfern, 23 acres,
S. and E. Crocker to Jacob Kloox, 111 sores,
L. L. Jackson to N. G. Tewmend, S acres,
8.0. Gawn to II. C. Bechtel, 80 acres, Am
Thomas dawn to Samuel Butler, lot K,
Gawn's add., Lorain, 1800.
J. H. Wangle to Esther L. Budd, east halt
lot 1 of outlet 6, Oberlln. 12,150.
Matthias Herrman to J. II. Clark, pt lots 0,
22, Brownhelm, 12,000.
M. A. Hettlf to The. M. Strong, 21 acres,
Sophia Branston to L. S. Ross, 4 acres, Roch
E. A. Brush to Lemuel Abbey, pt lot S3, s of
L. B. Emmons lo Mary M. Root, li'A rods,
Win. A. Braman, trustee, to R, G. VanOrman,
pt tract 1 lot 3, Lorain, $100.
Win, A. Braman, trustee, to Lydla Meyer,
lot 19 blk, Lorain. $226.
Wm. A. Braman to Eliza R Aston, t M acres,
Aaron Baker to Antone Oerhardt.tH acres,
Levi Vincent heirs to E. Decker, 101 acres,
D. N. Leonard to L. II. Penfleld, 0 acres, Rus
Elizabeth Grayson to Geo. W. Hoavner, lot
52 P add., Oberlln, $375.
R. G. VanOrman to Ann R. VanOrman, lota
IS, IS, 20 blk 3 B's add, Lorain, $100.
A Female Paradox.
A lady old and growing older still.
(As ladles will grow old, you know),
In spite of sge, as young as youth but
And old, and wretched, feeble, lame and
A lady young became In spite of youth.
At ladles win, ana wnyr uecause toe
. . " "I . . a w-v " 'a
That keeps a lady young, they fall to
And yielding to disease, die In lis fatal
The truth Is that woman's weskness may
8ubdued by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
Notes from Other Towns.
The sun has presented a atngulsr ap
pearance the put few evenings just at
sunset It has hung In the sky a ball
of.red Are, but not danlelng. .The eyes
could look at It without blinking. . . .Wool
is coming Into market freely and brings
85 cents. This Is under a Republican ad.
ministration and the certainty that the
tariff on wool will not be lessened. This
time one year ago under a Democratic
Administrstion, and when the Democratic
party In power was trying its level best
to place wool on the free list, the price
was 23 cents and less. Comment Is need
less Quite an extensive accident
occured Sunday morning on the railroad
about half way between Medina and York
in which e'ght cars loaded with coal were,
completely demolished, and several others
were somewhat damaged No one was
hurt An eichange warns Justice
of the peace and guileless preachers
sgsinst a well dressed couple thst are do
ing the country by the following scheme
They have the ceromony performed when
the groom hands out a check for $20 to
the person officiating, telling him to take
$10. The groom recieves $10 lo change
and goes off to get married agnln. The
check is worthless Dytr Strong, an
old citizen of Lodi, died Jane 14, aged 88
years. Mr. Strong came to Medina over
fifty years sgo, and has lived In Harrls-
vllle township ever since. His dealh waa
the result of a fall a few days previous,
lie fell down tbe cellar, fracturing one of
his thighs. Ilia aged wife survives him.
. . . .One of the society events of the season
occured in tbe marriage of Mr. James
B. Nettleton, of Detroit, Mich., and Miss
Kllte M. Wilder, of Medina, Tuesday, p.
m. al St. Paul's church, the Rev. Holla
Dyer officiating. The church was appro
prially and beautifully decorated for tbe
occasion by tbe bride's school mate
Fn nk Stevens and Harry Crisp, while
handling what tbey believed to be an un
loaded revolver, at a picnic at Randall's
last Thursdny, were unpleasantly surpris
ed by tbs weapon going off and inflicting
a wound In Steven's left arm. The lads
were naturally badly frightened, and In
tbe future will probably be more careful in
handling fire-arms The flower thelves
not satisfied with stealing plants from aev.
eral lawns In town, recently visited head
quarters snd took from Mr. Sears' green
houses two banging baskets and several
plants. Last Thursday they took a number
of choice roses and a funeral design ready
o be delivered the next morning. These
theives will keep up their deperdatlons
until caught and severely punished . .
Charles Johnson and Wallace Nelson, two
colored youths, about seventeen years oi
age, residents of Oberlln, were taken to tbe
reform school at Lancaster, by depntyrsher
iff Ensign on Tuesday. , The lads had been
convicted ol chicken stealing, and are the
same rascals that were sent from here to
the reform farm a lew years sgo for stoning
s pasxenzer train near Oberlln. They sre
apparently Incoiilglble young ruffians.
P.piblNn. ' .
Lthlkd tr Our Special Carressandenti.
All About the Happening and Special
Events In their Immediate Vicinity.
r: . 1 June Vi,
Mr. Kilborn and daughter Rosie, of
Royalton visited friends there a few days
last week , :
Mr. andJlrs. JL II. Lee, of Lodi. O.,
visited at her parents', J. Naylor's.
Mr. Clare Ort, of Kankakee City, 111.,
Mr. Frank Helman and Miss Racb Dins-
more, of West Salem, and Mk Rae Al
lison, of Lattisburgh; were the guests of
M.D.Orr last week. J
MissErebs Is invading a few days
with her son. E. ErEtw.
The Masonic picnic the 24th passed oil
very pleasantly. Lierj one reported a
good time. ' Dr. Garver, of West Salem
and D. L. Wadsworth' ol Wellington, and
others, made very appropriate speeches
for the occasion. Music by the West
Salem band. : : ' '
Children's day at the F. B. Church,
Sunday and Sunday evenings. The pro
gram was well carried out. The church
was tastefully decorated.
. V i f Gladys,
: . i . , . July 1, -89,
This Is discouraging weather for the
farmers. ' ; . .'( ' ,
A good many from this place expect
to go to the Lake the 4th.
Miss Orle Foot of Wellington, visited
Miss Florence Hendee a few days last
Little Anile Fulks is on the sick list
Mrs Willisms of Wellington is spend.
lng a lew days with Mrs, A E. KUborn
The students have come home from
Delaware school for s vacation.
Miss Millie Betz, Miss Electle Miller
and Funk Miller, have gone to tbe Lake
side to take up a few studies.
Tbe prlmsry trhool of this place
dosed Sertmx, taiJstvui,Miss .Llllie
Parmenter. ' '. ' ' 'Nr
Messrs. T. W. Clark, Natbnlel Ingrs-
ham.D.W. Dlmock snd James Eglln,
of Spencer, returned last week from so
extended trip through Virginia. They
visited several of the old battle grounds,
and brought back mementoes picked up
In the field. Their trip included Rich
mond, Petersburg, Fortress Monroe and
July 1, 89.
Mr. Ransom Ensign of Spencer, a young
theologue is home on a vacation and will
preach In tbe Baptist church next Sunday
afternoon at I o'clock,
Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Hunnewell
visited over Sunday with ber father Rev.
N. J. Close of New London.
Mrs. J. H. Gardner and daughter
Lottie, visited friends in ixralnlast week,
Little Miss Gertie Stedman who has
been visiting here snd In 8pncer for tbe
past three months returned last week to
her home in Lorain.
Miss Nellie Gardner who has been in
Lorain for tbe last three months returned
to her home on lost Saturday.
J. H.Gardner and Lottie attended com
mencement In Oberlln a couple of days
The rainy weather cor.tlnues, the show
ers seem to be more frequent and heavier
a6d the ground In this vicinity thoroughly
soaked, corn is being Injured, wheat bar-
vest Is almost at hand and heavy grass Is
taking hurt Good weather Is greatly
needed to secure the crops.
Bonn: A son to Mr. and Mrs. Clayton
Mr. snd Mrs. Morris Smith visited their
sister Mrs. O. M. Peasley.
Mrs. Emma Clark and niece spent the
Sabbath In Ely rla..
A Young People's Christian Endesvor
8ociety organized Buday evening F. W.
Andrews, president; Miss Bessie Cuu
Brighton Is getting lo be quite a wool
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Herbert spent
Sundsy In Huntington.
Summer term of most of schools sre
A few farmers commenced baying.
Plenty of rain. Niws. '
July 1, Vt.
The Methodist church is not quite
finished yet, so tbey will hold their
services in the towu hall on next Sunday,
Sunday School commencing promptly at
10 o'clock, and preaching at 11.
Miss Shaw is visiting ber sister at the
M. E. parsonage. -
drove Cliffittl spent Sabbath with his
sister, Mrs. Lura Rogers.
idward Kelsey wss down from Indiana
visiting, and hia son, Arthur, who was
working tor Edson Clark, returned borne
Miss Mary M.Haskell was one of the
graduates from the literary course at
Oberlin last Tuesday. She csme here last
Thursday with her Aunt, Mrs. Milo Smith,
who bad been spending the days of com
mencement at Oberlln.
Mrs. Meachum snd Miss Edith attended
commencement In Oberlin.
The Baptist and Methodist Sunday
schools hold a picnic in Joe Pbelon's
woods on next Thursday, tbe 4th.
The Mite Society cleared about seven
dollars from the box social last Tuesday
evening. They would Lave had a large
crowd if it had been pleasant.
The W. 11. M. Society will hold a memo
rial meeting next Wednesdsy afternoon.
In niemoiy of Mrs. Lucy W Hayes, who
has been president of the society ever
since lis organization, snd who has just
Win. E. Dtiruln of the Boston Lonn Co.,
773 Wiiniiington blrcet, says: 1 recom
mend Sulphur BUters ss the very nest
medicine I ever used. There Is nothing
like them tn give an appetite, tone up the
svitem. and do awav with that languid
feeling which la so frequent amoug those
July 9, 1880,
Arrangements for the celebration of tbe
Fourth are as follows: Pic-nlc in the
grove one utile south and one mile west
of the center, the picnic grounds of
former years, everybody invited and
each to bring baskets of such eatables as
he or site like best. Fire works In the
evening on the park at the Center. It ta
exported that visitors will assist In tbe
talking as well as in the eating, it la some
wbsl uncertain who will be tbe orator
of the day, or wbe will furnish the music
other than chin, but come all the same
and add one more to the number of good
gatberlnga in tbe same place. M
Tka Chief Rmmb tor the great sao
sees of Hood's somparllla ta found In the
article Itwll. It Is merit that wins, and the
fart that Hood's Sarupsrilla actually as
complliOies what Is claimed tor It, la what
has given to this medlcln. a popularity and
tal. greater than that of any other sarsapa-
Merit Wins ter before the public.
flood's SarsaparlllA enres Scrofula, Bait
Rheum and all Humor., Dy.pep.la, Sick
Headache. Blllouuieas, overcomes That
Tired Feeling, creates an Appetite, strengta.
tn. the Nerve., builds up the Whole System.
Ud naparllla Is sold by all drag
rials. $l;slxforSS. rreparedbyO. L Hootf
ft Co- Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
An Editor's Experience.
Malor'Sldney Herbert, a well-known
Innrnallst In agricultural circles, writes
Anrll 18th. 1BBW: Dome nvo year, iju i
wrote a letter stating that Swift's Specific
hail pored me of severe rheumatism
Since that time I have bad no return f
the rhumatic troubles, although frequent
ly exposed to the Influences that produced
lormer attacks. Beveral of my friends had
similar experience, and are firm in their
conviction that 8. 8. 8. brought a perms
nentcure. The searching power of this
medicine Is shown la the Hu t that It de
veloped a scrotulus Uint that waa con
spicuous in my blood over thirty years ago,
and has removed the last trace of It. I
have also tested S. 8. 8. as a tonic after a
severe attack of Malarial fever, which
kept me tn bed three months, and am con
vinced that Its curative and atrengthenlng
properties Insured my recovery from
that illness, as I was lo a very low con
d It ion of health. 8iduv Herbert
Treatise on blood and skin illnesses mall,
ei Irte. The Swift Specific Co, Drawer 3,
Impurities of the Motxl often cause
great annoyance at tbls seaw-n; Hood's
BarssparlUa purifies the blood, and, cures
all such affections.
If the liver snd kidneys are sluggish
inarilve. Hoods Barsaparllla will
amuse them to prompt and regular action
take It now. ,
If your child Is fretful, it doubtless has
w oimsj give Rhlnehart's worm Loxenges
THE REASON WHY.
Since returning to Wellington w ara
asked, almost daily, why we do not do a
credit business. Many people have become
so habituated to the phrase "mark it down
lor a lew days'' that any other system
seems an Innovation. They never stop to
consider the enormons expense attending -
a ncuu uuBiueea, wiuioui even consider
lng the losses. What is actually lost by
way ei bad account is but a small portion
of tbe actual lessee of a credit business.
Carefully considering the following facts
and figures will convince any one that '
credit is bad for both seller and buyer.
dubious cannot oe aone lor nothing. A
merchant must add a profit to cover clerk
hire, freight living and a reasonahla In.
crease upon cspitailnyested. There a cash
dealer, who has no rent to pay, can stop.
How with a credit merchant f Oh. he must
add a per cent to cover the $000 or $1,000
to pay his book keeper. Then he must
nave inrce or tuur times as mucn capital
invested as is necessary for his business, or
else be must buy oa credit a loss which
we will explain later and a per cent mutt
be added lor mat luxury, lotn, many
who are "good, but a little alow," will let
their accounts run for months a great In
convenience to any merchant whether he
be rich or poor, and a loading must be
added to cover the time, u It would not be
policy to chaige Interest. Then there are
some who csnt pay, and some who won't
sy, and In msrking goons a per cent must
e added to cover suoh losses, or else the
tradesman must lose It out of solid capital
and wbom among you believes that mer- -chant
are such tools? Occasionally a
a credit cu.tomer will no to the city, where
he has no credit, and buy of a "cash down"
house for less than he has been In the habit
of paying his home free-for all-credit any
body merchant, ana men ne cans his home
merchant "a fraud," a cheat," "a robber," ,
etc., not considering that a 10 per cent,
cash profit is better than a 40 per cent
rtow ioiiow our nguresaud, ii we make
any mistake, report lo us and we will treat
A man commencea business with a cash
capital or say $3,000. He turns bis capi
tal six times a year, doing a business of
$18,000. A profit of 10 per cent psys him
$1,800 or 60 per cent, on the capital in
vested. Can you always afford to pay that
profit for the sake of getting trusted occa
sionally, or because the merchant has to
carry a good many slow, and some "never,
pay' customers? Can the merchant afford
to do better! Please follow the figures a
little farther. If be is in the clothing
businese and paya cash down, he gets a
discount of 7 per cent II he handles his
capital six times a year be saves 43 per
cent If he buys on time and sells on
time, who psys this nrosBtage Wka
pays for the time? VfiO'Dayaios tha
bad accounts ? Who pays tor the ex
tra help to carry on a credit business?
Who pays the book keeper? Certainly
not tbe msn who never pays, nor (he man '
who lets his account run a year. Ill pat
ronage is a detriment, even If be pays 60
per cent, profit.. The pay come from
tlxM who pstronize merchants who are
compelled to add these various loadings
to cover tbe expenses ana losses oi a credit
business. Neither wire men nor fools can
figure it otherwise. "Do men gather crapes
of thorns f Here we want it understood
that we are writing no advertising zephyr
that we antagonize no one, but that we
will relate a lew fact that will benefit
every person who Is Interested In building
up your town ana community, u ne wui
A lady ot Wellington, who would pay
according to agreement wanted a suit of
clothe worth $14 and pay on the monthly
Installment plan, during a period of three
months. We Instructed our salesmen to
say thst while we felt disposed to be ac
CQinmodsting we had marked our goods
on a strictly cash basis and were doing
only a cash business, and could not In jus
tice to our customers snd and our own in
tegrity, make a variation. She went else
where and paid $10 for a suit that did not
please her as as well by $2 thus psying
$4 extra, or nearly 30 per cent for three
months' lime. Some of (he graduates will
remember tbst tbey saved $4 on their
Prince Charles suits by calling on us, and
those who did not deal with u saved tbe
amount by bantering other dealers down
to our prices, Tbe "three dollar all-wool
can't rip 'em pants" that are so extensvely
advertised over tbe country, bsve never
beeo sold by us for over $2 SO, and they
pay a profit of 23 per cent at that; but we
could not sell them at that price if we had
to book balf of each day's sales, as the
cost of doing a credit business will aver
age 25 per cent. We have tried both ways
In this county for over 20 years, and kuow
whereof wo speak.
Jir, r armer, sir. Mechanic, nr. i.aoorer,
yon who can borrow money of the legiti
mate banker lor 8 per cent., woy win you
compel your merchant to do your Danking
busiucss for you. ihreugb the tedious pro
cess of buying, sclllnn, charging, transfer- ,
ring to ledger, writing statement, collect
ing and losing discounts, which sggregate
23 per cent or more, and lo the end have
ilchiirgtd back to you In prices? Why do
yon complain tbst Wellington is doll, snd
not as good a ruarsei a it snuuiu ue r i
answer, because too many of you take your
mouey to the city and leave your "credit"
lor jotir Lome mercnam to .uueinop.
Why Is your land worth but $40 j.er acre,
while land 80 miles northeast of yon Is
won!) $150 per acre? There tbe land la
u better, and ths climate Is no healthier.
Ii is sluiply because you take your money
there and build up a city, and impoverish
your own town.
Our expenses are low. W will sell -goods
for cash cheaer than you will final
thorn in any city lu tbe stale. Our clerk
shall not m lure pi merit tbe quality of goods.
Every article will he just as repreerated,
and the price will be guaranteed the low ,
est, nnd marked In plain figures. We shall
treat rich and poor alike, giving to all tbe
bent bargains we car.
A. M. FITCII,
0 LORAIN COUHTT.
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