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WELLINGTON, LORAIN C0UNTY;v0HI0, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 4. 1889
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Published every Wednesdsy.st a
' WELLINGTON, OHIO.
, .Terms Sulscritiot
Bis Months .......
'-T f TTAHKELL.
ilhixST-it-tAW u4 K0TA1T FUSLli
Loans and Collection .mado V specialty
H&h; dickson; r
. Ud oueltor t
American .and:; Foreign
; 5 F-TEHSTTS.
' WIST BLDI PUBLIC BQTJABI,
WTP.TiTjTNQTON. ' "' - ' " OHIO.
) ' . ' KOTABT PUBLIC. '' '
iuaMI. Ii iiiimM AWWA mtt
H. Wcxary Publle. Irnurmat, Vrt fc ort-
nnl wlllis leasee, oontraota, "
hoot and ehoa stor.
nnm'ot Ui. MHti mo onnln Bar-
HTpfor-S. A fail urtcu oti "r olta. poj
fcMlllM0tiol. and .uruirnied au no" wn
.and ool wawr and all notary eon-
aauMa. oouui era. uuvrvr
J. HOLBHOwK. DanUrt. Oflloa ovaf
. nuaturf'i nnra In Bank Bulldlnr.
W.lllntnn- Ohio. NitnMia Olid. M MBU
tun for Ute axtraouoa m aaaan.
.-ii... a Pletore In ev
O erjetyie and MkIH up'wlth the tlmea.
Bpelal attention paid to enlarging In Crajon
Ink, or Water Colors and eopytng from old
Old HMatlTes all preserved and on-
rin.tM can na kad at ani time. Gallery over
fciaii.. A Hall's amceri. 1
, Pletures of all kinds. Fines ww aadUUrt
and Pastel. Bpeelal atteatloa to ine naoie.
Croalar's Block, WaJllastoa, O.
E. HATHAWAY M. D.
Kwtal dlKes and diseaaea of tk. HsddOTand
ktdoeri. Plla..lcallon of th. nctna, tola
a ano, Satare. and all piTailln dlaaara of th.
ractaai treated by an Improved sr.tam, without
pain ar detentloo from baiineM.
Dlaoaae. o( th. bladder and kldnev.tretted only
after a careful and proper anaiy.ii 01 in. u...
CaroeaUr Block - Wellington, O
B. 6. HOLLAND,
Teterimr; urgeoa ui Dentist.
Orders received at Telephone Exchange
and at F. D. Felt's drug store.
Graduate Toronto Veterlnarv College, elan '87.
L. B. PRATT,
YeUriniry k-p ui klist.
Overtwentj-flve years of practice. Orders
ntcelved at Adams' and Houghton s drug
stores, Iioraes still taken for treatment at my
atihla on CoUrtUud AVenuO. ' r-aa
., ., . ... a, B M A
- Jirr. ...aa
. . rn l.. tIT...k.. TawaTi Rll.
ueaior in vmca., ''"-u""t"-"",
terware. Gold Pens, etc. No. 8, Public
BARRETT & WAIT,
Livery and Feed Stable. ;
Botath Side Mecluoio Street, first
door east of Amencan ilonse..
Carnage tor fBserals lad da ortoratloa, II.
lis Ci:iJ ui Trisir I!:..
. Convevs Paaaenret and Baggage to
nd fro trains or residence. Also ooi
)ocU abd distributes BXTTtsea, doing 4
neral expressing and package boslnes.
,Lmv orders or telephone American
Hons 87-lF H.8.Bmtt, Prop.
r fi .MMlLsMvtl aaATV .
5- WsawiTHJ AW.
J. J, THOMAS,
-.. M.nntactur.r Of And Dulit In
Monuments 3 Tombstones
Everything pertaining to cemetery work
will receive prompt attention it price to
sort the time. . . ..-.. ; (m .
' " PLAHINQ MILL." 1 '
D. L WADSWOETH ft C0n
Ihanftetaren of mi tolen ii
33OOX0 SM33. BAA
Lumber, Bulnelet, Batten, Jlotua
InM and f loorini. Siding made and Bar
taoe Planter done to order on abort no.
HOTT k BENSCHOTEN,
' Deaien la and HanulMtaren at '
CSDERTAinr 0 IS AIA ITS BKA5CHE8.
A fall Lin ol Ooodl Alwan in Stock.
Arterial Embalming Specialty. . ,
Pictures Framed to Order. A good wi
tty of Mouldings to select irom.
R B. Corner of Square,
; ;; Dr.H.E.Wan6n, ;
Uffloe and residence la Postofllc build
ing. Call answered at all boor u city
or country. , . ; .. . . -
OBo Bewiw t ft aa.
Pratt & Herrick,
6IOAL FEED 1X0 FLOl.
Free delivery to any part of the corpor
ation. lUllroadaireet, weiuneion,u.
COW NEW FIRM! COAL!
M. L. BUSH ft CO
hard and soft coal wnicn tney wui aeu itm
tuhit the lowest llvlnc Prtoea. A share of
jourpatronaielssoUctted. TQ m
'V T ' O I T'I'T 1 LT I.'
Jaokson and Blosabnrg.
Terms' Cash and Prices Low.
Offlce on Weat Liberty 8t., Telephone 48
Meats on th. Id
and 4th Wadnaa
Post room id
. W. Lang,
J. T. Haik.ll,
Ill 11 1 1 1 1 1. II
om andarter May 13, W9, tralDialll paisW.I
ingtoa as follow.:
Hn 1 K.T A St.L.faatlln. 1:48 a.m.
No.tS Ind. and Wheeling Ba SMSa.m.
No. S-Cln. A Col'. Ix : a. at,
Ho. 5 Special H.T. tin. ai... ia:iDp.ai.
ftf.ST Col's C wnmiiui ....
Mo. a Nliht Rz S:p.
So.il UicalFmiihl 8:1! a.m.
No. US OaJwn Local Krelgbt...... P-
Ko.S St.L. A It. T Bxpre...
Na. a Nlnhi Bx
o.t-OaJlon A Cleve'd Ac
7: a. m.
No.lS-Hpeclal St. Loo I a It. T. Bx.
No. 4-Wheeling. Ind. andClev. Bx
No. X Cincinnati ai'iave a x
No. 4 Cincinnati Limited Eipreaa....
NoSS Local gralgbl
No.BO Oalloa Local Freight
No. 1, 5, t, 8, 1 and IS rua dally,
t Train, .top on .lgaal.
tjj qj- RilLEOAS.
Cleveland U MsriotU B. B.
rromand after Jan. , 1W. trala.wlllpaa.W.U
tngioa aa iuiiuw.
..7 4 pa.
M. ........ '
. I. Ham.
N. - ; lil'S"
nm a. ...... .: 4.m...W-".
No. 1, 1 an dally t othars dally ex. BBBday.
Ji..U.rora.uialaraaidto this I la. wlU
... . OAS BUB.
AjttMaUf,Vam. . , a-.
tnrrniotoii. statn a 4 foul
4rrh(. daily, tl p a m. '
Arrive taltv. a.. depart M Ja
- illllJ:.' .: . : ti
hat worth S1.50, $1.50
Then comes the tug
toemr offera: isio: tiio
take $16. After a lon
a .. II 1. '
ana a pun ail asunaer
promise on iiueen uouurs. nom uiv ureu.
When m faCt he haS
goods Worth only twelve dollars and twenty-
me cents. Ail naye
worth, hut the hanterer wants his neighbor
to pay too much; consequently he pays too!
much himselL '? You can't beat a man at his
own game. ' When :
"come down you may
heen fixed for bantering.
"Are in. We sell to the
the rich man, which
.' A .11 -all -1
t : . sentcd. . ? v
Bemeier llie If
NEXT TO OTTERBACflEIl'S.
A. M. FITCH, Clothier.
Also ELYRIA, next door to Savings Bank.
SALESMEN John Everard,
N elson S. Fitch.
All Abont the Dappenins and Social
Events in their Immediate Vicinity.
Only three Sunday more before confer
Most time for the fall kcbool to cum
Too dry and duity for much new.
I bave not heard of a marriage, birth or
death either in town or among Hunting
ton former citizen in other places.
Hr. Israel Rowe ha a niece and ber
on, Mrs. George Iroin Chicago vialting
Mr. and Mrs. James Uandly, daughter
and son, spent Sunday In LaQrange.
Mr. Robinson from Centcrton, came to
attend the fair, and visited hi two sons
J. B. and George. ,
Dwight Seely and wife, of Brighton,
ipent Sunday 35th, at El wood Russell.
Mr. Loom! W hi too and daughter were
at the M. E. church Sunday.
Miss Evelyn Baider, return to ber
home in Akron, this week.
Mia Ells Breylcy, Jessie Holland and
Mason Smith attended, the Teacher's
Institute at Elyria, last week. " The
north end of the county Is quite full of
teachers, there were about two hundred
present, only nine from the south part of
the county, three from Wellington, three
from Huntington, t wo from Rochester
on from Brightop, so all th rest must4
live In the north part of th county.
Miss Mlnnls Smith. Is vialting ber sis-
leg In XHortn AnihorsL v
The oldest Inhabitant will And H diffi
cult to remember a dryer or mors dirty
time than the present. It is very
hard plowing for wheat," th lots teem
moat aa bard u the road.
Mia Kellls Short vial ted her sister
Oberlla over Sunday. . .
About B: p. sa. Sunday, the barn
the Chaa. Chapiaaa farm wu found to lw
ob fire. Th ban was full of hay; and
kvurcnassr imnxs us is
:a $10 suit, $2 for a
fcr a shirt worth 75c.
ol war." The
mercnant oiierfl to i
pull, a strong pull,
mey strme a com-
he has 8Yed money,
PaiCi liltCen dOllarS tOr
to pay wnat gooas are
a merchant offers to
ba sure his price nas
poor man aa cheaply as to
mr:Mj tne lowest price
i . -r r-V4
W Cloiii House,
A. E. Ga mble, Ko Faussver,
oats, these were all burned also a large
tack of bay near the barn. Cause of the
Ore not known.
Mi John Hocklngsmitk 1 the delegate
to theonventlon In Wellington on Sat
urday. ' ' .
Frank Smith wu in North Amherst
Chaa Busteil and hi wife are visiting
at home for a few day, he I in business
John Lelnenger visited hi mother last
Sept. 2, W
Dot, dry and dusty.
Favorable signs of rain.
Ben Sheldon la visiting Iriends In Iowa.
Mr. G. L. Gott sod ber mother are
visiting friends In Illinois.
Mr.'Merrlmau and wife of Oberlin,
spent Sunday in town.
G.W. Nobles, who baa been spending
his vacation at borne, ba returned to hi
(oheotwork. Weeping Water Neb.
W. W. Noble will soon move bis lamily
to Oberlin. His son, Hibbert will run
L..J. Richmond and wife, E. J, Yea
rn ai and wife and other are camping
out near Lorain.
Many of our people attended the Well.
Ington fair in spite of drlt and heat.
Miatea Lutla Chamberlain and Ella
Van Hoesen left for Cortland N.T. Fri
The youngsters of LaOrango and Graf
ton had a game of ball one day last . week
LaQrange 43 Gralton 23. ,
The schools opened today with a large
attendance. Success to the new teacher
more particular next week. '
' ; YwbsDtly.
' ; .-. : BBIOHTOK. .'
Quarterly meeting st the M. E. church
Saturdsy snd Sunday evening Aug. II, to
" Mb Susie snd Hattie Fenwlck, of
Hnntingtoa spent a tew days 1 town.
Mr. snd Mrs.T. H. Clark removed to
Bedford Ohio. .. . '
B M. Hall Improved his house by put.
ting blinds upon it, . , m..
Family reunion at Rev. G. W. Kaapp
Virgil Burga commenced school in
district No. 7 Tuesday Sept, 3rd.
Mr. Jay Ilall spent a few davi at bii
Q. Grundy has returned from hi trip
Homer Vincent ftdd wife, returned from
I a trip to Tennate. Niwi.
Bept , "88
Vary dry and duty In thl place al
nrMjhtit anil .ltn ty.wra nf watiif with 'WO
School eommence th Mb.
A good many frtn here attended the
Wellington fair last week.
Ml Nora Cratur, from Cleveland, U
Tbitlng at her parents Mr. and Mrs. J,
Morton Dangherty bu retarsed front
bis Tlslt in Michigan. Hi aunt accom-
panyed him borne.
und,'i visiting wend.
Hr. B. rilcklnjrer and son, trota Cleve-
a few days.
Miss Lillian, front Wellington, are Ttsit.
int at ber crandparents Mr. J. C. Mar-
Sndyer'..Uter - fneral,lnMansfleld.
Mr and Mrs, J. T. Orr.are visiting a few
days with her mother, Mrs Voorhees, In
Mr. Max and son from Mansfield, O.,
are visiting at he aurter's the Rev. Mrs.
Mr. M. V. B. Bennett, from Kansas,
spoke on Prohibition in the town hall last
Thursday evening. Gladtb,
Sept, 3, 189.
The foiks seem to be more disturbed by
the present prospect of dry weather than
they were by the wet of the former part
ot the season.
Mr. Baker took bis family back to
Oberlln last week pnparratorr to reeom-
meclng stndrHewjll still .rwitlpne
to preauh WeT" ' y't
C. Cloat and frmDy, from the West
havA been visiting friends In town for k
week or two.
Mr. E. Frink bu been (pending some
time with her mother in Elyrl.
Mr. Streator'i people, who hive been In
Tumbull Co., visiting for a couple of
week ar bome (gain. They took in the
meeting at Brunswick on their return.
September 1st, Rev. Dabney, of Wellin
gton, changed pulpit with Rev. Streator.
ITettle Parmely. of Cleveland, is spend
ing s few day with her mother and other
friends here. .
Mr. E. Mann spent Tnesday In LodL
Geo. Mann and daughter from RuggeU,
called on Friday on their way to Oberlin
Mr. snd Mrs. Marsh and Mis Close, of
Oberlin bundsyed st A. Parmelys, Mis
Marsh will remain for some time.
Although Bolllvan Is a very Incon
sequential place we find many every sum
mer who are glad lo seek it for a good
time, so we exist for something knyway.
From ear Regular Correepoortent.)
WasnnsoTOS, Aug. 30, 1880.
The great American exposition of 1803
ill be held in Washington and under
the auspice of the national government.
Thl may be accepted as an absolute cer
tainty, notwithstanding certsin feeble ef
fort of New York and Chicago people to
secure the great attraction and use it for
local advertising purposes at the expense
of the nation.
Somebody bu raked out and printed in
the newspaper an old order ot tha war
department, dated May 18,1803, dismissing
second lieutenant Charles Lyman (at pres
ent civil service commissioner) from the
army for disregard of a general order.
This is very small DUftineta. Such an
order wu Issued, but if the searcher for
ancient Information had looked a little
further b would have discovered that
another order was n ft e. wards istis re
voking his dismissal aul givi ig blm an
honorable discharge. This is n at the
proper way to fightjtli absurd civil cer
vice law, Evrryone ! know tbem will
agree that personally the three pteaent
commissioner MaMraLymeo, Roosevelt
and Thorn sua are moat estimable gentl
men. The Incongruity, aitkordlty and
impoalbllllle of the civil service law are
matter ot crlllctam.bot to atlack the char.
sclera ot th comtnlaiiooeri I decidedly
wrong and will convince nobody thai th
law should be repealed. The oppoaenfa
of tb law should se to it that tb 'dls-
semlnator ot each stuff ss this order and
all of his kind ar securely muzzled.
Assistant Secretary of th Treasury
Batchetkr laughed when be wu shown
the story of a WH street combine to tore
th Treasury to pay mora tor bond and
it declined to do so to bring on a financial
panic. "You can iy," said
kin the most poehive lunguan .
will be no financial panic unil 1
ent administration snd that i
is getting sbout all the bonds' 1
the regular price and does not
present to pay more." ' (
The extra session talk has taken a fresh
start here. Every other man you meet is
now certain that an extra session win be
called to meet the latter part ot October.
This would enable those members orko
wish to take part In the November else-
tlpnt to do so without neglecting business .
as after th election of a speaker nothing'
can be don by the House nntll the com
mlttees are announced, and to select and
arrange them wfU take tha speaker at
least two or tbre weeks. '
Representatives Rowell, of Illinois, snd
Peters, of Kansas, have goo to Louisiana
to take part in the campaign now going
on in th third district of that Stats to
elect s lucceavor to the lato Representa
tive Gsy. They will remain until the
election take place and will doubtless
obtain some information that will be Use
ful to them when torn of the southern
contested election cases are under consid
eration by the Boose,
The centos bureau will occupy its sew '
building about September 13, and until
after that time. Superintendent Porter has
given notice that be will see neither spA
pllcants for positions nor their friends.
The local Republican organization! are
making a lively kick against being left
out in the cold by the new
To be Settled.
The Maaaillon Independent prints the
A notice appears elsewhere calling fotv.
a meeting of the Wheeling Lak Erl
Railroad Company stockholders, totake
place at the Union National Bank,
Wedneadty evening, lor th purpose of
considering a proposition to settled the
celebrated suit of N. Uucklns ft Co,
N. Hucklns A Co. bought shippers'
certificates to the vslue of about 130,000
for a nominal stun, expecting to realize
Sir face valne. The road wu sold sad -
hTnlXiiigem6nt refused to rec6gnu '
the paper of the old. In their dilemma
th holders of th certificate sued thr
original stockholders, several hundred w
whom reside In Stark county, The stock-
bolddt st once organized to fight th; case,
and the litigation bu continued for sev
era years. Other claim bave been added
to those or N. Hucklns ft Co. nntll the
whole sum involved amounts to $90,003.
It is now known thst the plaintiffs Id
this ault were themselves scting In good
faith all the while. They bought the cer
tificate at the solicitation of the old man
agement snd were thrown into the diffi
culty by the unexpected sale. The firm
now hu control of all the claim entering
into the 00,000; snd, discouraged by the
long drawn suit, offer to compromise snd
relieve the original stockholders from an)
future responsibility. Their offer is to ac
cept what they originally paid (or the cer
tificates without interest This sum b-
$18,000, oi which the present Wheeling
ft Lake Erie Railway Company agrees to
psy $8,000, lesving $10,000 to be paid by
the stockholders. Under this basis ss
assessment of not to exceed $3 per share
will and the whole matter. The proposal
hu been accepted at all points north ol
Masslllon, and It now remain for the Mu
sillon Stockholders' Association to act
Messrs. W. A. A. Lynch snd O. E
Young, the defendants' solicitors, will be
present st the meeting Wednesday even
ing. Leader, Sept 3d. . .
Comparison Soucitbd.A wis discrim
ination should be exercised by all who
take medicine- The proprietors of Hood's
Sarsaparlll solicit a careful comparison
ot thi medicine with other blood purifl- .
era and medicines, being confident that the
peculiar merits of Hood s oarsapariUa are
so apparent that th people will anneal
tatingly prefer it to any other preparation.
Hood's Barsaparilla Is not a mixlars ot
molasses sna s few inert roots and herbs,
but it I a peculiar concentrated extract
ot the best alterative and blood-purilylog '
remedies ol the vegetable kingdom. The
enormous Mies of Hood's barupaxilla,
snd the wonderful cures effected, prove
even more than hu been clsimed for this
medicine. If you sre sick the best medi
cine is none) too good. Therefor, take
A lady essayist Is convinced, says a
contemporary, that at least one-quarter of
the work performed by women Uurmeces
sary snd that the - world would get on
quite u well without It It Is like the Ot
toman cover she one uw a lady 'work.
Th tsdy wu all bent up, sad wu putting
her eye out counting stitch. "I don't
get any tint for reading," she said plain
tivaly u ah picked sp torn beads on
aeedls; "you must hav great deal of
leisure.": And yet she kad spent mar
time smbrbldcrlng a rldlculoai dog on
piece ol cloth thaa. would hav sufficed h
read twsty goutl Uk-fx. ,--
t . f .Si a i ' i i'-' ;
' i 1 1 - 'n : i - . - ' ' i
. Pimples, bolls snd slher humors ar
liable o appeal when th blood ret.
L healed. To ear Uiatu. tak Hood's bar