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A 7dmll7 newspaper Dovotod to tho Intc
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VOUj- XXUI; fl ;-A I ' BwEIFffl , WEDNESDAYJNOygMBER 27, 1889.
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WEBT 8IBK PUBLIC 8QUAEE, . . .
LiLINGTON, - OHIO.
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' 11 win. i4hm. anncraflu. biiu. vriun in
I dtcnd leical nimoer. OdoeoTtr Borijre'i
V. pnd tbo. .tor.
SUSHI ROHINMN. tka Barbw. knsl
on of th. naanat, DAM aoBnniant Bar
kopatatowii. Only flnitlau workmoa
loyod. A full mwortnoiit of bklr oU, po
uni hair reuaratlvM. line bath-roomi
unMtion and furaitaed tt Ml koure with
tud oold watar and all oeeoMary oonraol"
a. IWom.. noutfc tla UMrvr khm,
J. HALHROOK, DootlDt. Offlo OTW
, Huitd'a etora. Id Bank Bulldln.
inirioo, Ohio. Kltrouf oild. fat tdnlo
j tur lam unnwi Bf Htu.
trllo'e Art Gallery .-Plcturei fn er
bn9 auu riau. u wuu mn nun.
attnncion paid to .nlantlDR In Uraton
Watnr Colors and oouylnn from old
. Old nngatlTe. all preserved anion
can be bad at an time, (iallerr orer
uaira grocery. i
I rrs of all kind, flnent work tad latest
,; vuopirliix ana eniargias 10 urayon, ini
ftnl. Hpeelal attention te the bebiee.
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iir a jsiooB, v aiunarvfia, w.
Et. HATHAWAY M. D.
ritouet and dl.eaM of the bladdnrand
ril.nlcerttoo of to. nctuai. latuli
.narea aud all orvvatllqa dlaaaw. of Ilia
f retted b j an 4mprovdiy.tm, without
iitwnuon i rum online...
I of th. blailil.r and kldn.r.trated oiljr
i.rrrui ana proper .duijiii of tnennne. ,
I ter lllnnk
BlTERINABY SUHOEON. '-
It. G. HOLLAND,
iipy Surgeon and;DentisV
trrxeivnd al Telpbon Kithaiig
D Fell's drug store ,,!,. ,t(
IToron to Veberl nafT Coflege, c1itir,3?.
B. PRATT, o a
::j Surgeon and Dentist.
ntf (Ire tears of nraotlee. Orders
tat Adnrat' and Houghton's drug
raea tun inxen tor treaimeut ai my
ourtlaud Ayeuue. 4-22
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J. J. THOMAS,
,, r Maanfaeturer Of And Dealer ta
Honiinents 3 Tombstones
Everything pertaining to cemetery work
will receive prompt attention at -prices to
salt the times. i f- (26
PLANIIf O HILL.
P. L. tT1DS1T0ETHC0h
Manafaetarers of and dealers In
Z3oora Slx and Blind
Cheese and Batter Boxes, all kinds ol
Lumber, Lath. Shingles, Battens, Mould
Ian and Flooring;. Siding; made and Sur
lace Planing done to order on short no.
: 'j Dr.-H.E.,Wnen,T;-.' ."
Office and residence In Post office build
ing. Calls answered at all hours in city
. Offle Honrs t to 6 jp m.'
mim mi m rioca stoee,
.Free delivery to any part oi the corpor
tion...Juauroaa street, weuineton, u.
COAL) NEW FIRMI COIL!
. ,M.L.BUSH4i CO I
Wonld respectfully announce to the citizens
ot Wellington that they are now on deck, and
Krepared to take orders tor all kinds of
erd and soft coal which they will sell foe
cash at the lowest living prices. A share of
your patronage is solid tod.
22U M.L.BTJBH 4 CO
CARBXiGEM, WAGONS AND 8LEIGIIS
( . i I Of ETIBT BasOKIPTIOH.
HEPAIRINO A 8PECIALTY.
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Inthrtcite,' SUMlllon, ?-' 1
Jackson and Bloseburg.
Termi Caun'fcnd Price Low-.- -
Oflloutii West LIVerty 8f.,' Telephone 48
PROFESSOR H, SAMUEL,
THE SPECIALIST,- '
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ui j.ui cjr. niui
glassrs rhm' aljj others
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least money. Lenses mau
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137 Euclid ATenue, -
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Klt)incndrter "oT. It, 13np, traUt will pan Wei.
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and Feed Stable.
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Por Flro, life, Accident and Tornado. The
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awand Hoor Wadswortk block. iltf
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Manda at the lirnd. Oherlln CriWrr Vrltlnc
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with; Rubber Clotib S
tweeil the woolen outside 3T
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as a brick wall. This is1"
the second year. ; Those
who wore them last win-" i-'
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ter pronounce tlicra -the
ne plus "ultra of .comfort-
able lnventibhs. They,; ;
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At his BtOrd on iLabcrtj street, "Wellington,
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Ai Gathered .. Our S:es:&I Co:;e:::&denta.
All About the Hitppenins and Spcta
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Events In their Immediate Vicinity. .
BTTNTipCiTON. v I f,
j- f3 Nov.M, m-
Presiding Elder Hughes was here 11
through inarterly tueeting, - preaching
8alurday and Bundny.; .
' Buuday was every pleasant, sunshiny
day, wanner than it has been (or some
time, but the roads are getting' qnlto soft,
Ueorge Day kin and llise Pbllens
Kuntz, also Samuel Rowland and Miaf
Lepha Safre were married during this
month; I don't know just when. '
Mrs. Fannie Perkins-Lewis has a little
girl, bora Noy. 17. Mrs. Ueo. Robinson
bag a little daughter, born Nov. 18. - -
Benjamin Holmes, from Chatham, with
some of his family, spent Sunday, Nov.
17th with Horatio Allen. Miss Emma
Holmes spending a week with them, then
going to her brother's in Penflold Tor a
Villi. , ,
J. B. Robinson and family went to
Centerton last ""ridgy to visit; they will
remain until after Thanksgiving.
Miss Nellie Short has returned from
Mine Fidle Jones is with her sister,
Mrs. Walter Holland.
' Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Imve their little
granddaughter, Eihel Sumner, visiting
There was a pound party at the M. E.
parsonage last Wednesday evening i this
wss more to give the Pastor and bis wife
cordial reception than auyihing else.
The evenlnf and going were both un
favorable so there 'were only lorty pres
ent; the bouse would have been full If it
had been a nice nlghtjur the Church all
llkethenew pastor. 1 ;"".' T.'".
The Baptist pastor . is 'still, holding
meetings In Sullivan, he wanted to .be
there on Sabbath evonln lust na so
there -wee-no-meeting In the IluptlM
Church. II -l- '
Our esrs are oow en i'tcil m Sulili-itli
morrjng Wlft aUe -sweet .Diutiio of the
Church bdl.t,tt.has been Ave yearn last
April since- weOave heard the .'sweat
sound here In Hnnllfigton.t The Bnptler
Society ;have laleiy put a new hell in their
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David Hull has been sawinz m over
(p Henry Franks' with his engine; In
some way last wenc n is face was 'very
badly hurt, some part of the machinery
hitting blot '.oil the nose and breaking It
, Frank Tracy of Euclid goes to Buttle
Creek, Mich., this week to the Sanitarium
there, hoping to secure benefit, from the
electric batbS.' i, ,-.;, i m .
Th"rt Is to Hie a dance at the hotel on
Thanksgiving evening. ' " ' "' ' "'
Mr.( and Mrs. Wll Smith will spend
TbRukkgiviDg at Ernest Tannei'a in Orville.
, Mr. Luke Cunpmnri has put a very nice
granite monument ia the cernfctery in
memory of his wife. Also the friends of
Septimus Perkins have erected a nice
monument orer his grave.. ,
Mr. Blakeslee looks very comlorlable
'iB the addition ou her bouse and new
fence ' around her yard and all puintud
clean and white.
Mrs. Stiaie Muntz nee Whitney is visit
ing her cousin Mrs. Mllo June.
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Nov. 16, '80.
Prepare for winter. '
The snowy down was seen to fall one
day laet wuek.
Alison Crow claims it was not luck that
be shot three deer and the others none,
but owing to his skill and good gun.
Oar local sports en. enjoying them
selves at present ; between quail, rabbit,
and coon the gnns are kept busy.
the lawsuit between A. R. Blranaban
and A. Wood of Medina, was brought to a
settlement lsst Tuesday. . . '.
I By appearances the Western Hotel has
had a good run of businesa the last week.
: Clifford Willis, we understand, Is about
to, engage In business In Medina. Suc-cesafllf.-'
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On $oy. 14th, the questio was brought
before the 'court to see who should pay
the loss and damage 'o a flock of sheep
belonging to Alien Wise and P. 8, 8eley
la common, cauwctl liy dogs belonging t4
Martin -Ilrookef; ard Win, Ault, The
dS'u'age Wss estimated st sixty doParet
four Jeii'g 'lilllfd. : and iilmut wn being
butlly Mttn Hm ult wn deciibrd In
favoi nf the .!.'f(.n.!untV l'llntl!Ts not
living s.iti!.fnvt'!y prf as to Identity of
the dogs. Lawyers were Heath lor pluln.
till'a, and Andrews for ileftrnJrints, both of
Me-lina. - ' ; . ' ' ' '
''Nent"f orelmuse hail an accident befall
61m which came near boing fstal. While
sawing wood with a tltug saw, slipped In
front' of the' saw in placing a lc-x on the
carriage and had his bead badly sawed. L
ue Tuesday of last week lira. Marv
Woodruff, and M Silas Turner departed
this life.' "Tbey bad liven to the. good old
age of elghty.four and eighty-one. .They
were among ibe oldest settlers, Mrs, Tur
ner, cOnilng : Irom Massachusetts;,, to
Grafton, Ohio, In 1830; la 18M she came
to Litchfield, where she has since redded.'
;tra.. .B, Wilson bar bought the place
foemeriy owned by Vol Bhank, and P. O.
has tie tmr ' ' 1 'Too Kitow r
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. Appearances indicate a little mud.
i Said and mud give the farmers time to
convereeone with another.
'' Everything aeems to be quiet In our lit
tie burg.";; ; 1-
Turkeys will have to suffer this week.
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ttev. werner occupied the cungrega.
tlonal pulpit last Bunday. , .,-,,,,
J.Teskley.bae movid bis household
good to Lorain, where he intends to
make bis future home. - r '
Mrs. i Frank Peck and daughter, ol
Michigan, are' visiting friends and rela
tives here, i '
CHITs familial face is seen sgaln in
town. ; ',; ;; - , , . . , -v
Rumor baa It that the election U In he
contested Id this township.' Our citizens
should aot let- their zeal to elect a man
overstep the law.' ' ' '
' We have not heard of any Democratic
demonstrations In town..,. , ,
" On Wednesday eve a dime social was
held at the Baptist paisonage far benefit
of Elder Hall. Considering the weather a
large party assembled. A good time If re
ported. The social to be held by the M.
E. Society on the same evening was post
poped. ' ," ',.
George Fortney Is one oi the happy
boys. Last Tuesday he took bis gun and
proceeded to a thin woods, where while
shooting at a bird bad hli attention called
by a low growling tn the top of a tree. He
shot the twi enlmajs which proved to be
a cotlple of fine cooni, ,
' " After t short Illness of five days Avery
M. S'a.T UiusJliJ.ibfu-.-exiJ lived
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oia turua twit n-o aau uto. iui itwnu
services will take place aeit Tuesday.
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Miss Jennie Baldwin has gone to New
York to spend' the' winter and' then she
will visit her slider In Emporia. Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith, left for Penn
sylranla last Thursday. They will spend
the winter with bis parents. . .
IMr. W. Fees (tailed for his borne in
Michigan last Saturday1. ' '
Mr, and Sirs O. K. Starr are visiting in
Eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hart, Mrs. Hawlcy
Hart, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barlow and son
Fred sre visiting In and about Chicago,
i Mr. Gill Goodyear, of Michigan Is visit
ing his brother D. J.
A bunting party chosen by Ben Cham
bers and Bay Lang, with fourteen men on
each side cathered quite a Corp of spar
rows, rats and mice, rue total number
killed was 2018. Cap.. Chamber's side
killed 178L Capt Long 1187. Mr. Long
seivea ovsters to Mr. Chambers and his
Our town bss been visited by sneak-
thieves quite frequently of late. Last
Wednesday night U. KnspL'S shop wss
entered and a screwdriver snd rubber coat
carried away. They then entered the Bap
tist church and ransacked its contents,
but took nothing. The store of A. W.
Denbam was also t ntered, a box of cigars
and some tobacco taken, and his change
till opened. Luckily for A. W. he had b ia
money in the bouse with him. The school
bouse was ata opened, and a quantity of
tobacco spit on the floor, and vulgar, In
decent Inscriptions made. We need a
alght watch and a mayor.
Nov. 85, 130.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith and little
daughter, are making an extended visit
lib friends in Connecticut.
Born Nov. 13, a daughter to Mr. and
Mrs.1 J.Crow. '
Miss Florence P.-nfifllil, of Obrrlln, baa
recently beea visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
!. D. Taylor.
Mr J. M. Btarr seems to be the cham
pion rabbit slayer: eevciiteeu bagged in
five hours on day W week.
. A bunt for iat, mice, and other "var
Ints" Is In progress in town. Al the
Conclusion ot It an oyster supi er is to 1m
given, to be paid fur tutf party' bringing
In the lesst nmnb. trt scalps. ' '
h Mrl Antli' J. 'Norioa.ef. Gratiot Co".,
Michigan. Is'yUIting bk brollief' Rey, 0.
H. Norton and family. ,,, t.t t
Unloa . Thanksgiving services will ' be
held In the Congregational cbroaui Rev.
8. L. Orsjf of La Grange, Is to pleach the
sermon. ;.! '.' -' " ', ' ' ' ' ,
Miss Albersoo.- f Long 'Island; New
York la making an extended visit with her
Bev Alberson and wife, your correspond
ent and family are uvited to disc ass our
"relation f with turkey" with friends la
8pencer on Thanksgiving. -" 1
It is reported that Wllfard bad the Pre.
siding, Elder out on the rst bunt last
week and It was suggested by a certala
party that the quarterly meeting had .'
better be nostDoned until th kn ... i -
m ... ,w wMui waa
ever, but however, h qutrterly meeting -r
was uem at, tnt appotatea time all the
same. .', f. " .-.r.,.
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E. Erebs bu Improved the looks of his
place with a stone walk,
The protracted meetings of the M. E.
church will commence next Tuesday
The Ladies Aid Boeiety of the F. W. B.
church will jneet with Mrs. . Hicks on
Thursday af this week.
G. S. Stedman and A. Bucll took in the
excnrelon to Chicago. .- . -
Miss Carrie Rupp Is Rome on a visit.
. The Indian lecturer baa gone to Lodl. , !
- Mrs. B. Wsters from Medina Is visiting -her
mother, Mrs. A. Burt -.
Miss Ida Andrews ha returned to her
work In Wellington. , . . .
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Orr bave returned
from their' yUlt in Oberlin, where they
bave beea visiting bis brother. ' .'
.Saturday night between eleven and
twelve o'clock the cry of fire was heard,
occasioned by the burning of A. Folger.
dwelling north ol town. It Is supposed
to have been set on Are, as they left
home about three o'clock p. m. and no
Ore bad been left In the stoves. ' The fire
started , la Ui cellar way. Household
furniture mostly saved, Gladys, - '
' . Nov.2,-8.'
The protracted meeting of the M. E. ;
Church was postponed nntil Sunday '
evening, Nov. 24th. ' 'i ;
Thanksgiving eervices will beheld at . , .
the M.E. Church..' , , , . .-
Rev.Mraad Mrs. Smith were called - '
away to her father's death-bed, In Indi- ' -ana,
last Tuesday. iif- ; , - , j . .. . . .
J:JHJieei Eve aod Lelo GatestTrom' Lodl-" "
spent a few days with Mrs. Johnson, last ' '
week. ," : ; i .
Mis Addle Snyder spent Saturday and , .
Sunday with friends in Dal Ion, O. .
Mr. and Mrs.' James nendee from.
Michigan are visiting at Cbas. Hondee'a1
Miss May Jimerson from Litchfield
spent Sundsy at J. Andrew's, -
Mrs. Voorhees, son and daughter from ' -Pawnee,
spent Saturday and Sunday at
her daoghter's, Mrs. Jstv Orr. '
Cbas. Csnfield from Lttchtield was In ,
town' Friday'. ' ' . ' ' "
Mum Hattle Donard fs no better".
We understand that there wore burglars
In town one night last week. .. Gladys.
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' ' ' ' Nov. 18, 89.
Miss n. L, Peck bu started a millinery
store in town.
Monday this week Col. Geo.. Garrison,
Dell Brlce, W. E. Crsndall and. several
Other of our prominent citizens, started
out to exterminate the rabbits in a section
of country so'Uh of town. They succeeded
to a certain extent, killing thirty-three
rabbits and two quail. The Col. made a
hit of three, while we made a miss bring
ing nothJog but leaves. ',
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. CrandalL a
girl. Nov. 10.
Mr. L. Smlthnlght and a friend, irom
Cleveland, are in Rochester oo a bunting
Goes snd Brlce are negotiating for part
of the mill properly, with a view ot ex
tending their business.
.Noy 21, m
Curtice Lsrrabie and ' Will Wheeler
have floated over the matrimonial dam
with their chosen ones, and are now afloat
on the bigb seas of matrimonial bliss.
U. W. Barnes and W. M. Crandall are
bappy over the advent of bouncing boy
babies. All parties doing; well.
W.W.Dyer was called to Wellington
last week to see his mother who was re
ported very ill ; he only arrived a few
moments before she died. Funeral
services lu Wellington and interment was '
made in the family lot In the cemetery in
the south east part of Brighton, near bar
old borne, It also being the place where
her husband lies burled. , . l
H. E. Dyer expects to go to West Salem
sion to engage in the manufacture of
f.irnlture. ... '
We understand that a protracted meet-
ins will commence at ibe M. E. Church ',
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The farmers report wheat looking very
good, several contemplating going west ,nc;(j !H'Im "
a'.3 Kel'ff1ns''tH "Anra. aa-tha .tarte ta .tl e?-"f , i'?l'''
enmi A lower to warrant them ha aodolmr. i ''''"''!
f' hi itolmson has moved Into klk fcaW '"l1 ''
Thanksitlvlna ororiotrsbehJBverTaulet' ' "5
thht, Vmees nothing J rtotleed nr about to "
happa ut Jllatt, Columuu ' 1 "'"
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Chilblains, cuts or 'wounda, can be
cured In abort time by the use ot Salva
tion Oil. All druggists sell It at 23 cents
a bottle. 4
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