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A Family ITowspapor Devoted to tho Iat;.rost of Lorain County and Vicinity.
WELLINGTON, LORAlk COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28. 1889
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Published every Wednesday, at
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cT J. T.HASKELL.
ATi:SIEt-iI-UW tsi V0TA1T PQBUG.
Loans end Collections made a specialty
Office In bank buildlog. f ; .
J. H. DICKSON, .
ATT O BN B Y-AT-L AW,
T and solicitor of
Hmencan1 and Foreign
. PATENTS. ,
'wist BIDX PUBLIC sqtjabi,
WELLINGTON. - OHIO.
RmiMDWIK, loaumnc Atom ih
. Howry PoWU. InouruKW, .M?T
tHTt. wtllm !, Kftuut. o wrHiwi IB
neat end kvai manner. Ooio. osf aeraa-.
toot and lio artim, '
EV4IKN Neei'. HW keoe
eu of U. iimim. a omiwiH-tu lUr-
JZyia. A full of mtrnl.
tcoiiiiMClloiiifiiriiin-liU.ll hour. wit.
.od tnM water mid .11 n.-e.e.-y .in?ok
, ioiinjB,oul.a d lilwnf K
YT J. IIOLHUOOkv. UmhM. Omo. ovar
II. Hutted', nor, la Bank Bull.lln.,
WdUiHrtoa. edle. Nliroua .iM. fa adnUn
lUred for U iiikcUm a testa.
SawWlle'a Art GllerT.-P1cturc, n T
ery$e end right op'wlth h. tim.
' SpMUl attention paid to .nl.ntlnS In CrIn
Int. or w awr ioior o vi'".
pioturM. Old BocaUru ail prwerTd n
. Picture, of all lUndi. Fine. wort 4Utert
MUea. Copy Ibi and nlar1ni Im w
Md Pastel. BpMlaJ atteaUo. to tb. teblM.
. Omlir'i Block, WoIllat, O. :
R. HATHAWAY JI. D.
Recttl diwMM and dlaoaaoa of tk. kinder and
kidoora. PUM.alomikoa oftha nctnm, l.tnu
a aoo, aiiw and all pwalllBg dlMMM of la.
-nct.m traisd by aa tmprowd .y.leni. without
pain or detentloa from hiidm.
UIhum of ta bladder and kldaey. treated only
after a c.raf.1 aad proper analgia 01 1. arm..
O.rpeoUr Block - W.UInirtoB.O
R. G. HOLLAND,
Order, recdred tt Telephone Exchange
and tt F.V Felt'idruK itore.
Oradaate Toronto Veterinary College. eUai '87,
Teterinir? Surgeon ::i le&tist.
- Oyer twenty Ore year, of practice. Order.
TOoelred at Adama' sad II out h ton', drug
aiorea, iiorwaaiiuiaaen lor inaiinea my
table on Courtlaud Avenue. 4-22
J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
Dealer in Clocks, Watches, Jewelxy, 811-
Terwar. Uold Fens, elo. no. S, public
Square , Wellington , Ohio.
BARRETT & WAIT,
Livery and Feed Stable.
South Side Mechanic Street, first
, door east of American House.
Carriage, for faufcrajs Inald. eorporattoa, tt,
Corjyeys Paaaeogers and Baggage to
and from trains Of mldetocea. Alatl col
lect and distributes urate, doing a
neral txpreulng and packagd boalnesa.
Leare orders or telephorM American
Cousa. 87-17 II. S. Bum, Prop,
J. J. THOMAS,
Manufacturer Of And DMl.r In
Monuments 1 Tombstones
TCcarvthlnff nartHlnlnir to enmetflrv work
will receWe prompt attention at prices to
snlt the times. - (36
D. L. WADSWOBTII A C0M
. Manufactarert of ad dealer. In
Soors Saua3x svn.4 Blinds
rliM.. tnA niitlvr PnfM. all klnrla nl
Lumber, Lath, Bhlnglet, BaUens, Mould
ings and Flooring. Biding made and Bar
lace Planing done to order on short no
tice. WELLINGTON, 0.
HOYT & BEN8CH0TEN,
Dealers la and kUantaoturers et
D3DEB1AKIN0 15 ALL ITS BRANCHES.
A lull Line of Goods Always In Stock.
Arterial Embalming a Specialty.
Pictures Framed to Order. A good vari
ety of Mouldings to select from. '
N B. Corner of Square. . Wellington, 0
Dr. H. E- Warren,
Office and residence In .Post office build
ing. Calls answered at all hoars in city
or country. . -
Offioe) Houe ! t 5 p- am.
Pratt & Herrick, v
ezmi. rr.D ax: fli:i j;::.,
Free delivery to any pert of the corpor
atlon. Railroad street, Wellington, O.
COAL! NEW FIRM! COAL!
M. L. BUSH to CO
Would respectfully anaouneeto the ettlieos
of Wellington that they are now on deck, and
nnnuii tn tmka order, foe all kind, of
kard and aoft ooal which they will aell lot
eaab al tho wweet living pnoea. aaan oi
yogrpatronMeUlld t BugH
C. E. SUTLTFP,
P7?vT.ym. IXT COAZ.
Jackson and Blosaburg
Terms Cash and Prices Low. i
Office on West Hlerty 6'-. Telephone 48
POST, i, Js
Meet, im the td
Po.i roam in
M. W. Lang,
J. T. Haak.ll,
Ill W -1 1 1 1 1. El,
om and after Uay IS, 1W, tralna will paMWel
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No.SS-Ind.and Wlieeliug El. 8:Ua.m.
No. Jla.Col'.gi 9:0ia.n
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Ar.tt-Col'. Wheeling Aecoot.... 5:48p.m.
No. S-Night Hi 9:ttp.a.
No. 81 Local Preight e:lSe.m.
No. bS-tialioa Local Freight... 3:U p. m
No.s-Bt. L. W. T Ixpreaa '. tl'lSa. u.
No. a-Ntght Ix S:Sa. m.
No.tettalloB Clere'd Ac T:46a. tt,
No. 1 Special 8t. Loala A N. T. Kx. l:p.a
No.Si-Wheelln..lnd. andCl.T.. x 4:Mp.m
No. B Cincinnati A CleTe'd Kx S:SSp.m.
No.4 Clnclanall Limited Kxpreaa.... l:4Sa.m,
NoLocal Vrelgbt 4:Sftp.m.
No.80-OalioB Local Krelght ..1S:15 p. a.
No. 1, (,(, t, 9 and It ran daily.
. t Train, atop oa alenal.
WEELm. & LIES m EAIU.OAD..
CleTeland to Marietta B. B.
Proa and after Juae 9, 18HS.tralB.wlllpaiaWell
lagioa aa follow. :
NO. 1 S.UB.B.
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i.a.ad .d.ltr: otkera dally x. B.aday.
rartkerlafonauiualaregaidta tki. Ilea will
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Arrrt.aalry.lMa.Bk .. Depot, I p. i
. BUNTINOTOH, 8CLUVAN aad POLS..
Inrr. dally, llMa-av , Depart. !
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Arrive fa. at. k Depart a.
Fair should ;
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At the old stand on Liber
ty street next to Ot-terbacher-s.
The Old New York
. Also ELYRIA, next
is Gitkci t? Osr Special C;::::i::i:'j,
All About the Uappeninga and Special
Event in their Immediate Vicinity.
Aug. 20, m '
Mas EPa Vanllocscn, of Cortland.N.Y,
is visiting at Superintendent Rvan'a
Mrs. C. 8. Ryan hns returned home.
C. A Wilcox and wife are viniting
friends in Indiana.
The MyndaeesUteis left Friday even
ing for a visit with friends in Milwaukee.
Not many ot the old soldiers from this
place will go to Milwaukee.
Dr. Paloter hat returned from his vaca
tion much refreshed.
Yonrs Dryly was much plessed to tee
Elder Farrah in town Saturday. We un
derstand be is about to give up preaching
and go into business.
CapL Ureene was at home Friday night-
Dr. W. F. Hubbard has been prospect
ing In the western part of the State.
Mrs. George Prosier and children, of
Brighton visited at IL Runals one day
Scholars, remember opening session of
school Saturday morning and afternoon.
Regular session Monday, September 9,
. The LaQrauge boys did clean the Graf
ton boys out Saturday In a regular old
slugging match. La Grange 23, Grafton
17. ' " Youas Drtxt.
. . ,. Aug-lfLW.
Mrs. Jouea and daughters Mabel and
Julia, ot Oberlln, recently visited her par
nta, Mr. and Mrs. R. McConanghy, at the
old homestead. . . ' . ' i '. ',
Mr. and Mrs. John BlaDchard and chil
dren and Mrs. Ed.Blaochard and children,
of Elyria, visited Mr. and Mn. O. K. Starr
and other relatives In town during the
past tew days. Mrs. R. XoCouughy and
granddaughters rlsHed friend! tt Lattas
burg a lew days ago. (l. , . .
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Gardner and daugh
ter Nellie visited friends' Bear' Ashland
within the past few days,
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Ulothing . House.
door to Saving Bank.
Mrs. James Crow, of Ontario, O- is vis
iting her son, L. P. Crow, and family. '
Mr. R. McCtaughy and granddaugh
ters visited hla ton at Beebetown a few
Mrs. Peabody and daughter . Dora, of
Obeilin recently visited Mr.and Mrs. W.
B. Andrews and family, i' :'
Mr.and Mrs. F. D. Btedman and chil
dren, of Lorain, ar visiting ."Jake" and
family. . i . . i .
Burxlart entered J. M. Starr's residence
one night last week, carrying off hit gold
. The camp meeting at Pleasant Home
was well attended by Penffeldites the psst
two Sundays: .' f '- ';,.
Mrs, G. II. Norton,' who hat been very
much crippled with t tpralned ankle for
the past eight or nine months, while visit,
lng her sister, Mrs. A Pratt, of Hunting
ton, recently, had the misfortune to fall
and hurt It again. She baa suffered great
ly lor the past few dajt.' ,
Mist Lottie Gardner commences her
school la Amherst, September 2.
Mr. L. L Crow has told hit farm to a
Mr. Locke, of Florence, who tnkea posses
sion September 20. - .A
We haye been having beautiful weather
for the past few weeks, giving the farmers
a chance to secure crops In - good order.
Wheat it taming out good, oats (fair, flax
seed scarcely np to expectations, but fair
ly good.; A good rain It much needed.
Mr., Tack Baxter,, ol .Oberlin, wat In
town on Sunday, . ;. i i
Mr.and Mrs W. E Andrews and daugh
ters Lora and May, and the two Mrs.
Cbnmben attended the Baptist AmooIs
lion in Oberlin daring the past week.
The Baptist Society will giva an ice
cream dim social at the residence of Mr.
Simon Long on Monday evening Septem
ber! All are cordially Invited. '
' Toe friends and neighbors ol Mr. John
L. Clark met al hia horn Augoat 20 to
celebrate hit 28th birthday. When his
duties at the cheese factory were attended
to far the day. he returned to thd boose
to Ind hia trienda walling lor hint and
the table well loaded down with refreah
meata. Tha surprise was enjoyed by tQ
tt-. and Mrs. Geo, Foster and Other
frlihda, from LeOtange ' visited LvrnM
Fottor and family on Sunday . .... ,
rtrn, Aneusl n, to Mr.and Mr. MiU
T. Jackson, a daughter. A little stranger
has also come to stay with Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Batcheler. '
' ' ' ., Jake,
Aug. 28, m
Rev. J Long returned on Saturday from
a three weeks visit. He Is looking quite
Only lour Sabbaths more before con
ference, which meets at Sandusky on Sep
Mr. Alvln Sprague Is sick, having been
under the doctor's care since last Wednesday.-
The annual reunion of the Haulkt fam
ily of northern Ohio waa held on last
Tuesday at Chippewa Lake. The day waa
bright and pleasant, one of tha pleasanteat
of the summer. There were about one
hundred relatives tat down to the well
tilled tables. This la the fifth reunion
and It proved such a success that they
organised a society and elected officers
for the coming year, hoping to make it a
permanen c gathering. Chippewa Lake la
a beaatlf ul and convenient place for their
meeting at it it about equally distant
from all the friends.
Mr. L. A Walker started for Pottert
ville Gratiot county, Mich., last Friday
night to attend the funeral of his only sis
ter, Mrs. Rebecca Barnes, who formerly
lived In this town. .
Mrs. Norton, ot Penfleld, Is making her
slater, Mrs. Aha Pratt a good, long visit,
Mrs; Ella June and her aunt, Mrs. Han
nab Long, of Wellington, started last
Tuesday to visit her grfndfuther and oth
er friends in KansaA.
Mrs. Rath Ledyard.from Chatham, Mrs.
Ida Cummins, of Rochester, and Mrs.
Ward, of Brighton, attended church in
Mrsiadock Dirlam spent the past week
among friendt here, bhe visltt In Ash
land this week.
MiatJoaie Armstrong wu calling on
friends in town last Friday. . , '
Miss Mary Smith spent Sunday at Mr,
H.Haskln's. : -
Mrs. Erank Rung's mother, Mis. Lucy
West, and hit slater , Grace are visiting
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. Soana of the young ladles Irusa all parts
of town took a very pleasant way to enter
tain tome young ladiea who are bare from
away Misses Ella and Alma Dirlam,
Clyde; Evelyn Border, Akron; Carrie
Reeve, Elyria. They had a plcnlo In Mrs.
Meach urn's orchard Saturday, all day bav.
lng every good thing to eat that you could
Imagine from chicken pie to ice cream.
There were about twenty present" and all
report a good time, r ,
The New London fair came In too busy
a tune for many of our people la attend IL
Several couples went down to West Sa
lem on last Sabbath to attend camp meet
Misaea Susie and Ha.ltie Fen wick spent
Sunday In Brighton. ; ' ' ,
Artemut North and wife spent Sunday
Frank Trncy and family, from Euclid,
visited In town on Monday.
Several of onr young folks expect to at
tend the teacher's institute (n Elyria this
. Aug. ifi,t.
Quarterly meeting at the M. E Church
Saturday and Sunday.'
A good many from here attended cump
Quite sickly in this place at present
: Eugene Cavin it holding w riting school
in the town lull. '
Dr. Smiih, from Wellington was In
MIfs Grace Urandy and Minnie Win
some, of Lodl, wern the guests of Miss
Minnie Naylor last week,
Bert Yoobee.. from Pawnee, 0., 'spent
Saturday and Sunday with, bit sister, Mrs.
J. T.Orr. ' ' i '. "
Miaa Josle Harper, from Medina, it vis
iting friendt here a few dayt.
Misses Roaie and Sadie Browand visit
ed fi iends in Wayti ronnty a few day t
last week. '- ' '
, Mr J. N. Oir, from '.Sank' ikJ.s III.. Mr.
and Mrs. ; A- A Urr - o4 ' son, from
Oberlin, visited at W. D. Or.. last week.
Misses turlcla and Bertha Vanderhoof
from Honer vklted fiieadt la town Ban.
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'Mr. and )ln. J Ma-i', 'iiom Akron,
are visiting ut his father .Mr. (.'. Mantx.
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' Very warm and dry with to rospm of
ram.-- r-.!.'', ', . .: V',
Fanners are plowing for wl.aa', lot .1
seems almost useless unlets we get rain
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Mr. Lewis Jooea, of Teufleld, visited hla
gTandaon.C.L. jWtbbev, of thia place,
Wedneedar. - ' ' ' ' ' " " '-"
, Mr.and Mrs. C.'L. Webber vlslUd
frlenda and elatlvea In Aahtabnla county
last week. .: t; .-i. .. c
M and Mrs. A. D.Ely, of Lorain, tpent
Sunday in town.
Dr. Pomeroy, who has been quite tlcl
for the last two week", Is Improving. .
Grandma Shattuck Las been serlousl.
tick the last week, but It reported bette
in tome respect. Several of her chlldre
have visited her daring ber sickne
Her son,W. B. Shattuck. and wle,,
Cincinnati, are with her at present, . , j
Rey. Buxton, of Elyria. will deliver '
lecture on the mlaaion fields of Africa I
the Union church at Klpton Wednetda .
evening, September 4th. , "
Mr.and Mrs. Henry Sheffield atarte
East Thursday. They expect to be gon
about tlx weeks visiting relatives in Nev
York and Canada. 0.8.
E. H. Rowland and Henry Bradford ar.
building themselves new house.
A W. Mitchell has rented hla farm t
bit brother Harod, ot Michigan, and wfj
toon move hit residence and blacksmitl
shop Into the village.
Mrs. Frankie Dagnan has been quit
sick with quinsy for tome time, bat I
now rapidly recovering.
The State Ataoclstlon of Baptist mlnif
ten it holding a SO dayt session in Roch
Rev. Dr. G. L. Uannwalt and daughter
Myetti will give a concert at the M. E
church next Monday evening. The pro
ceeds will be used In supplying the Bun
day-school with new song books.
Rev. Geo. M. Knapp has just returner!
from his summer vacation at Lakeside.
Miss Sada Sykora, of Cleveland, it the
guest of Mies Daisy Kesaler.
MraW.T. Dark will spend several
weeks visiting friends in the neighbor
hood. Mr. Geo. Currier has recieved the re
refusal of the position of instructor it.
music of the Mansfield public schools
The position b a good one and we con
gratulate George on his success in obtain
ing it. , H.
Vigor and Vitality
Are quickly given to every part of the
body by Hood's Sarsapaiilla. That tired
feeling Is entirely overcome; tha blood It
purified, enriched and vitalized, and
carries health Instead of dlseaaa to even
otgaa.-Tbe- stomach ia tone. ana.
strengthened, the appetite restored i the
kidneys and liver are roused and invigor
ated ; the brain la refreshed and the mind '
made clear and ready lor work. Try 1U
Rev. Calvin Falrbank, an aged clergy
man now Hying in Angelica, Allegany
County, New Yerk, was a Kentucky
school-teacher back in 1840, and gained
the enmity ol slave holders by saving a
beautiful quadroon girl, one of hia pupils,
from being sold South. He raised money
enough among Northern friends Salmon
P. Chase being a contributor to buy the
girl, set her free, aud sent her North,
where Gamaliel Bailey, editor of the
National Era, adopted and educated her.
Not long after. Mr. Falrbank was impris
oned in the Kentucky penitentttry and se
verely flogged on the cbsrge of aiding
slaves to escapo.
We offer $110 Reward for any case 01 ,
Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking
Hall's Catatrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co.
PrrtD'rs, Toledo, O.
P S Uall'a Caturfh Cure la taken in
ternally, acting directly upon Uie blood '
and mucus surlaces of the system. - Price.
V per bottle. Sold by all druggists. i
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Mr. Gladstonc't babtts of life are very
simple, although busy. .He rises about "
6:80 otlock, bteakfaala on bacon and "!
eggs or a little fish and tea and then goea 2.
to hla library to skim over the newsptpen. -F
om 9 to 1 o'clock be recievea alien.""1
A light' lunch folloas snd then he Is drlv- ..
an directly to Parliament : He usually
dlnet quietly at home at 7 JO In the even A
lng, the tox being simple and the 'wines ' ,
ligut.snu men ne retarna to tne uousr. ;
Unless there Is to b an Important division
be is st home and In bed by ; 11 o'clock.
Mr, eiodstnoe baa a fondness fur old
clothe, and when new ones are' bought
for him his wile has to resort to diploma
c to Induce him io wear them, When ,
be speaks In the House he loosens bit col-
lar, turna np hla wristbands and nnbuttonv ;
hit waistcoat, bit gestures becoming ea . ,
cetdlngly vlgoroot at he warm. op. . ; - i
d:czaci3 c? ri c::v
BtkftBvd M4e)ttn, EMitWB'AtJ4'iXirfiBBB yva)Ae4ejatksjidt
vital off .rrrw la Yoath tir af atj 1 tly rel pe)vtknmt
aav rHicea lXni'y. iaMfc UAnktuaxt tt
rtilf iH-- n sin 4 irwn' ibn IIhI i 1i Ur nai!
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