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A Family Newspaper Devoted to tlio Intercast of Lorain County and Violnlty.
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1889.
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year of publication In inuo. and It
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BETTER Til AM SVKK.
Arthnr'l Id masaslne of clean, food iwed
Ine ll atorl.. are th bc.l, and lt Iwpart
.,',t. riMvnted to Uunaekmplnl.Ulrla and
Bot. Home Circle. Newliewora. Moinnra.
lloine ftcomtlin. "re D'onl1! br,Kh:
an FADLllNU In Arthur a Hea.
vnrr.T. ONLi iiAU m. iuiu
-ith i.nrn allowanMt to uiuo-maaera. neaa
the Club lUtee iur w
wo uoplea, free bj poll
s i -ith fx .ub'n to Olub-ietter.
Sample Copfea. 10 eta. eoh. but tha rie ot
lue Krple n.aT be deducted rotn the prlw j ol
. .uhumi.nl inbwrlptlnn. thul makloa the
tfan.pla CoPT KKIir:. Clean eoD a o I n
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CALL AND EXAMINE MY STOCK 07
Betort pnrcbulns elac where.
Flour. Meal, Buckwheat Flour,
Coffee, Bugar, Tobacco, Segars
Bpices, Conlectioneiy; in fact,
- ererytliinK usually kept in
' a first -class grocery. ,
' andprovision ..
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S. L. SAGE.
North side Liberty St
. .1 v. ; .Wellington, o
To eanraM lor the aale of Nuraerr Stock,
PtMdf eraploTraent (naranttd, ' Ka.lar7 ud
Expaajai paid to auoceaful men. Apply at
onoa. atatlni ac. - Mention tbll paper,
The lawa of health art) tanght in oar
KaooU t but Dot id way to be or much
practical beneflt and are over Illustrated
hf IItIdk axamplM, wblcb in many casvi
could ally be done. If dome scholar
who had Just contracted a cold, waa
brought belora th achool ao that al) could
hear th dry, loud cough and know ita
alxnlt)canc;at!) thin whtta coating
on tba tonnue and later, at tba cold dt
ralopce, aec tht profnaa watery expactor
atlon and thin watery discharge from the
Doae, not one of them would ever forget
what the flrrt tymptoini of a cold were.
The scholar shoolil then be glren Cham,
berlaln's Cough Remedy freely, that all
nilgbt Me that eea a aorere cold could
be Cured in . one or two days, or at least
Kreatly mttlgnted, when properly treated
aa soon as tba first symptoms appear.
For salr r f frd I). Urogglat.
s Gathered i Our Special Corressondents.
All Abont the Happenings and Special
Erentsin their Immediate Vicinity. ,
' . ' ... tITCHrilXD.
' Do. l8,'8a,' ,
Tbe Signal Berfioe Department hare
certainly forgqtten what season of the
year they are making tbe weather; two
thunderstorms In one week.
On last Tuesday evening a terrific wind
storm patsed over the southern part of
our township. The- storm traveled in
north-easterly direction scattering things
in its path. Tbe first it struck was a
barn belonging to Dr. McKenzle, tearing
off the east side of the roof ; next it caught
up a windmill on G. Bears' farm, nearly
pturnlng it, then tearing off the fast
roof of Mrs. Everett's barn, besides up
turning trees and laying low (he fences.
Miss Jltttie Blxby Is visiting in
Miss Rozzle Richards has returned
from a long visit at hr sister's in Mich I
gan.' ' ' "' 'V.
Mr.Jeune, on bla return from. Michi
gan last week, reported fine sleighing.
There will be a social hop at the town
ball on xmas night, Pec. 25. Music to be
furnished by Meyney & Newman's Band
of Cleveland, who will sing part of their
pieces. The proprietors of the Western
Hotel will serve snpper to those wishing
it. A good repast will be given for they
knowlhow to do It, ' . . ' i
The ladies ot the Congregational
church will bold an oyster supper at lira.
A. R. Btranaban's on Tuesday evening,
Dec. 17th. .. . i . ;
The center school has closed (or a short
vacation, ','; 1 1
Mr, Evans will commence his school
this week after an absence ol two weeks.
Miss Idlla Jones has begun her school
In tbe south district. .
Literary meetings are held at the Crow
Corner district every other Wednesday
night. It Is a good plan and would be
a good Idea If more of thrm werejield In
W. 0. Leach, our enterprising harness
maker, has Just completed a harness for
Geo. F. Carter, of New York City.
Chicken-pox has broken out la the north
district.'- ' '
Some ol the Young America bsve been
carrying on too much at nlgot oi late.
Boys, If you do not let up on soineoi
your rowdyism, and atop stoning houses,
tearlog down foundations, and destroying
property, it may cause yon trouble.
There are better ways to have fun than
The three churches have made arrange
ments to have union prayer meetings to
be held in the church In which the pre-
caedloc Sunday nisbt's meeting was
held. . .
A bouncing biy hu taken up bis abode
with Aiza Persons.
Miss Nooo Hall entertained a few ol
her friend Tuesday evening.
Mr. Hugh McQueen treated his young
friends to taffy and sweet-meats Friday
Mrs. C. Kennelley has returned from
short visit In Collinwood . You Know.
The Christmas exercises of the M. E.
Sunday school will be on Sundsy evening
The Baptist Sunday school have
Christmas tree on Xmae eve.
The center school closes on Saturday
of this week for a two weeka vacation,
A J. Burrell spent Sunday with their
children In Cleveland Mrs. Burrell; Vill
remain lor a couple of weeks. M , i
Mr. Geo. Skees trom Brighton Instead
of JobnUkeesof Rochester, has moved
Into the "Elwood'' house. ' '
Tbe musical entertainment at tbe hotel
last Thursday evening was a decided suc
cess. The music waa very fine, but the
roads were such that there were not ball
as many present aa was hoped for. The
amount raised was less than live dollars,
when If people could have got there any
ways comfortably, It would have been
twice that amount.
Dave Hull's face is gutting well very
slowly. , '
There is a good sidewalk now, south of
the center past the saw-mill. ' It is going
to be made on farther yet. We hope those
who go a horse-back will remember this
walk was made for people Instead of
horses to walk onr It la too hard work to
get It made to have it cut p and spoiled
by horses. '
The Literary society on Friday evening
Is pretty good, It will be bettor when
more beoeme interested in the work.
There was a dub dance at tbe hotel
last Friday evening, but I have not heard
enough about It to report It correctly,
Norrls Kelsey and family have return.
d from Kiwi ms whr they have been
spendlrj rhe ra,t iniflrjrr. -." -'. -
Dec. 6, m
Tbe Sabbath school is preparing; to give
concort at the Universally church
Chris1 'tin eve. A tree will stand on duty
laden wilh tokens of affection and appre
ciation. . M
LA ORANOK. '
Dec. 14 m
Warm winter weather.
Mm. Moran and daughter Jennie ant
in Wheeling, W. V, to take care of
Tommy Moran who Is dangerously ill. '! '
Mr. tfprague bus bought the house and
lot, r-r some time In the posaeuion of
Hart MytMierse. . ,
J. Buitiu Plumb h toaching penman-
ship 1A ttie public schools of Carlisle.
C. Cottsays he believes In good school
ano' lut boy at his house,
L. . Richmond's store was broken
into Wmlnesday right unfortunately, and
la all probability the safe was not locked
that Dl3'ht and $200 In cash waa missing
In the morning, ctgare, scarfs ets. were also
taken. The robbery was dellberstoly and
ikillfu'iy planned and executed'
We are glad to leans that one of our
boys 1:. E. McKlason successfully passed
bis examination in law at Columbus, Deo,
Sth. lob la located la Cleveland and hu
already lucrative business. He tea
young man of energy untiring Industry
and Shall certainly hear from him In
the Intitre, ..
About the samo, time we learned the
sad daws that one of our former girls
Maud E. Lodet, aged 14, had died at her
home io Cleveland alter aa illness of three
weeks. Left without a mother In Infancy,
her troubles have beeo many, ber pleasure
few In this world. "Gone, but not for
gotten." - . .; . ..,
A scilooi Ore in Mrs, WolcoU's millin
ery store last evening. Loss 1100.
hanging lamp fell to the floor, thus caus
ing a emroos loss oi goods before the fire
could be controlled, YorasDanr.
crossing at the north end of
A Christmas boat at the F.W.B. church
ami r rra at.the M. E.
GoJi m.t bos mturned from htiYlslt la
Mrs. Dsngherty and son Carle, from
Wellington, are spending a tew dsys with
J. Gardner and wile from Penfield spent
Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. F. Bled.
. Elmer Faro wait from Clarksfleld spent
Sunday with bis sister, Mrs. N. Smith.
Rev. Mr. Smith preached his farewell
Misses Fannie Betz and Bibyl Stroup
spent Sunday with Miss Minnie Nalyor
in Wellington.": , . i
H. C. Moore smiles and ssys a son. '
Mrs. Wm. Payne and Mrs. F. Auble are
on the sick list. ' Gladys.
Married la Wingham. Ontario, Can
ada, at the borne of Mr. Ritchie, tbe
father of tbe bride, Mr. Wilfred Gillett
and Miss Jennie Ritchie both recently of
Tbe building to bonae the road ma
chines belonging to the township, is st
length completed making s very neces
sary addition to the town's buildings.
. Mr. Gnna Is gaining alowly having
been laid up for several weeks wltb In
The rain storm of Saturday morning
flooded D. Davie's mill so that tbe hands
bad to lay off until tbe water subsided.
Aa entertainment will be given In the
townhsll Friday evening, 80th inst by the
W. C.T.U.; subject, "A DeestncttSchule
ol the Oiden Time." ,
j , BBIOUTO.
, I . , Dec. 16, -80.
8, Day he sold his Interest Io the feed
mill of Bond & Day toJGtio. Bond. ,
i Mrs. Squires was called to Clarksfleld
to the funeral ot her mother Mrs Bracer.
Meeting of tbe T.P.CE, 8. met at the
M. E- church 8unday evening.
Rev. Mr. Richards and wife, mlailon
arle lately from Africa will speak In the
Congregational church Sunday morning
' Mr. Ftnner bas returned from New
Mr. Albert and Jessie Squires started
for tbe V8t to seek a home In Oregon.
Mr. ana sirs. it. LMoa or taton are
visiting In town. Niwa
! The Holidaya
And tbe coldnr winter wetther are bow
rapidly approach I ob. The joyful aeai
is eagerly anticipated by the young folks
in thousand! ot hotns; but In Dearly all
there are one or more older ones to whom
the cold waves and tbe storm means re
newed an Iff ring trom rheumatic back or
limbs. It is not claimed that Hood's Bar-
saparllia It a punitive sixxiflo for rheu
matisra we doubt If there I or can be
such a remedy. But the remarkable suc
cess Hood's tiaranparllla has had in cure-
int this affection in sufficient tnn for
iiitwe "hi f" u:r; i i. (rv ti.ii r..
t .ml J.i il; .
(Prom oar Regular Cemapondent.
. Washihotoh, Dec 13, 1889, i
Secretary Blaine, in answer to a ques
tion, expressed himself as entirely satis
fied wltb the progress so far made by the
Three Americas' Ceogress and confident
that the Congress will result In nreat
beneflt to all the countries ' represented
therein. Monday the Comrrees will ad-
ourn until after the Christmas holidays.,
rminineDt rrobibltlonlsU are making
light on the confirmation by the Senate of
the nomination of Justice' Brewer, txr
oavm he took the ground ln a legal
decision that the ' owners ol ' certain
breweries In Kansas were entitled to
compensation from the State for their
property which wu rendered useless by
the adoption of the prohibiting liquor
law. The decision wu alterwsrd re
versed by the r, S. Supreme Court
Judge Brewer Is himself a Prohibitionist
sad It seems a littls strange that the oqly
opposition to his confirmation should
come trom tbe Prohibitionists. There Is
not the (lightest doubt of Judge Brewer'
confirmation. ' . '
The Congressional celebration of tbe
centennial of Washington's Inauguration,
hlca wu postponed from April 80, to
December 11, because Congress wu sol
in sesatoa on the former date, came off on
Wednesday before what wu probably
the most truly cosmopolitan audience
ever aasembled In America. ' The cere-
monies gained In grandeur from their
simplicity, and that a deep Impression
made upon the large number of dls
tiaguished . foreigners present :Wu
plainly apparent to even the most casual
observer. Tbe ceremonies took place in
the Hall of the douse of Representatives
and wu presided over by tbe Vlce-Prels-
deot On the floor were seated the Presl
dent and. bis cabinet; the Supreme
Court; the Senate; the Three America'
Congress ; the International Maritime
Conference; tbe Governors ot tbslr repre-
senatlves, of all tbe States and Terrl
torles, and other prominent personages.
The diplomatic gallery wu crowded to
its utmost capacity by tbe official repre-
senatlves ol the nations of the world
Tbe ceremoote were begun withHaU
Columbia'" by ' the Marios band, and
ended with the "Star Spangled Banner."
Cboit Justice fuller delivered the
address. Tbe language wu apt and well
chosen, but the delivery wu hardly Bp to
what wu expected from the orator; it
lacked that subtle oratorical magnetism
which seizes hold ot an audience when
under the magi spell of the voice of a
great orator. But nobody ever claimed
that the Chlet Justice wu a great orator
Had the same address been delivered by
Mr. Blaine it would scarcely have been
Speaker Reed gave tbe dry bones of
Congressional precedent a terrible rattling
when be announced live of the most Im
portant committees ot tbe House Wsys
and Means, McKlnley, chairman; Appro
priations, Cannon, chairman; Manu
lactures, Eelley, chairman; Election,
Howell, chairman, and Mileage, LInd,
chairman. This is a decided improve
ment upon with holding the committee
announcements until the middle of Janu
ary, u Mr. Carlisle did two years ago.
There are various other precedents that
might be Improved upon, and Mr. Reed
111 doubtless continue the vigorous work
so suspiciously begun.
Mrs. Harrison hu the deep sympathy
of this community in the sorrow caused
by the death of her . sister, Mrs. BcotU
Lord. Mrs. Harrison wu devotedly at
tached to ber sister and u ber own
health is by no means good It Is feared
that the effect may be serious.
Tbe onxte bas arranged its com
mittees so u to provide places for sll the
new members, soil ,lt is now ready for
business, bat ot coarse nothing ol any
Importance Is likely to be done until after
the holiday recess. -' . . i
Notes from Other Towns.
MEDIHA. ' '
On Friday evennlg of last week, aboni
nine o'clock, a bright light was visible in
the soutb-went, in the direction ol Chip
pewa Lake, and the supposition wu that
a Uriie burn was burning. It proved to
be correct. The barn on the premises ol
the late C. B. Ciiamiie Im, In Ltfsyette,
adjoining Chippewa lake, was entirely
consumed..;... The people ot Crestoa
have rilled nmny to fiurchaae I', S.
flag to fly over tbe school bouse by sub-
Siripilons of 10 an 1 2-Vi Among ths
certificates of Incorporation filed with the
Secretarj of State last Thursdiv is the
following: Tbe 'Farmers' Co-operative
Milling Company, Chippewa Lake,
Medina county, capital stock $18,000. ....
Dr. Deliaas, consul at Jerusalem 111 teen
years ago, hu Just died at bis home In
Virginia. Elder Cooley ef Medina met
him In Egypt st' that time and trav
eled wltb him through the holy laod.
The elder admired him very much. . . .Tbe
nooniy Mrrowy baa r old soldier
i--titf "if !' lU'i'H'.- ?' r
tin re to beii'U tuiulm.uu W iLc tfwlu ei"
Home at Sandusky. Queer fellow......
One hundred brys, students st Wooster.
held a dance In a public hall, one-balf be
ing dreesed m girls wltb dresses decollete.
An Investigation ia In progress sod sus
pensions will probably follow. Medina
Charles Teldi, e German, residing on
west Tenth street, met with a shocking
accident on Saturday last. He was em
ployed u a laborer oi the Lake Shore
railroad, and u he attempted to get on a
trais) ot la ears. Dear Cevlon curve.
about twenty miles from hers, fell noder
tbe wbeela. The right leg wu eut off at
the ankle hod the left badly smashed. In
addition to these Injuries about a dozen
scalp wounds were inflicted. .... .Another
swindling peddler ol cheap and worthless
spectacles hu been victimizing some ol
tbe residents In this vicinity during the
psst week. It Is slwsys wisdom to reluse
to patronize these humbugs. They are
frauds of the worst description. Alwsys
go to a reliable Jeweler for whatever you
may require In the line of optical con
veniences. .....Citizens who havesgaln
commenced to use the alleys u dumping
places for ubes, manure, and other ob.
s'ructions and nuisances should bear in
mind thst there Is a strict ordinance
against using these public (thorough teres
for such offensive purposes, and that If
they persist In this violation oi law they
are liable to prosecution. . . . . . AJ Curtis,
of LaUrange, hu been fined $100 and
costs, and sentenced to twenty days in the
workhouse lor keeping a gambling house
..Court met on Mondsy, and without
transacting any business of importance
the Jurywu dlscharred for the term.
Court will last about, week longer. . . . Mr.
Landon Rood, formerly clerk ot the
courts and auditor ol this county, died on
Sunday, In Grand Rapids, M Icb. His rr
main were brought here, and funeral
services were conducted Wednesdsy
morning. A further notice will appear
next week A fire started In the roof
of a house occupied by William Minka
Fiabervllle, on Saturday forenoon. A hole
wu burnt through tbe shingles but the
Ore wu put out by a son ot the occupier
before any serious damage was tlone.
Elys4e,Rptilo- ' - ; -j .
An exchange say: "Fifty or sixty lurk
eys will sell for about u much u a horse,
and it only takes them seven or eight
months to grow. . ; . . .Although the spring
election Is yet several months sbead, there
Is some talk about candidates for the
highly lucrative positions to be filled st
that time John G. Woolley, at the
College Chapel at 8 o'clock to-night
The prayer meetings will be sbbreylated
a little to accommodate, u It wu the only
nlgkt for some time that Mr. Woolley
could be secured Many of the cities
are having such ud experiences with
electricity, end the papers sre so frequent
ly alluding to the danger attending Its
use. that tbe smaller towns which have
been debating the matter of adopting
tbat system ol lighting, will doubtless be
content with the old and less dangerous
methods The town Council will pas
sn ordinance "slowing up" sll railroad
trains through the corporation of Oberlin
to six miles sn hour. The company re
fused to place gate st South Main street
crossing and a flagman at the College
street crossing, hence the ordinance
Tbe case of Alonxo Gaston, administrator
of the estate of Edith Steadman against
the L, 8. & M. S.Ry. Co., hu not been
tried, therefore the statement tbat a
Judgment bad been obtained, In the court
proceedings u published In tbe News of
last week, wu luccorrecl. It Is probable
that onr reporter made the mistake in
copying from ths records.
The residence of the lets G B. Ham 11- ,
ton, now owned by his son Gsil 8, Hamll-'
ton hu been very nicely refitted and re
furnished, and Is already occupied by the
newly married pair,-Mr. and Mrs. Firmaa
Hvdlng. There were : relatives snd
friends ol ths couple present st ths mar
riage, snd sn elegant supper served alter
the ceremony; snd thongs, s little stormy
without, peace tnd quiet reigned within .
Surely, very few begin married life In so
pleasant a home. Gall hu his boms with
them HAaotHO Hamiltoh. At the
residence ol Gail 8. Hamilton, on North
(Jourt street, by Rev. Q. II. Damon, Nor.
l(l,Mr. Firman Hvdlng and Miss Juliet
Hemllton, both of Medina. Sentinel.
An honest Swede tells bis story In
plsin but nnmlstaksbla language for the
benefit of the public One of my child
ren tnoa e severe cold snd gnt the croup
1 gave ber s teaspoonful of Chsmberlain'e
Cough Remedy, and in Ave minutes later
I gave ber one more. By this time she
had to rough up tba gathering in ber
throat. Then ahe went to deep and slept
good for fifteen minute. Then she got
up and vomited ; then she went back to
Ited and slept fcnod for the remainder of
Hie night. 8he got the crnop tbe second
mulit and 1 gave tbe same rwnedy with
ibe same good n-sulta. 1 writ tbla be
wiM I thought there might he In tbe
same need nod not know the truemsrU
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