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Business Corals.
Item mder Mi head will be charged one
nt a word uA insertion.
Purej frifc baking powder manufactur
ed and for saS, at Houghton's, tf.
A full stock of Diamond dyos, at J. W.
Houston's. ' tf.
New velvet rci tissue, tor pnpur flow,
ore, at Houghton's.
Artist's Goods. Amateurs can get an
outfit by calllnt at Houston's.
Five gallons of root beer for 25 cents ;
a delicious summer boverhge. Call at
Iloughtons. . .
For disordered stomaca, bad breath
bilious complaints, Indigestion, &c, use Dr.
B.D.Howe's Liver Pills, for sale by J. Vi.
Houghton. " tf.
The EsTBHPniSB oflico was never so well
prepared to do all kinds of Job work ncutly,
promptly, and at so reasonable price as
now. Give us a call and sue how well we
cau serve you. J !J04w
Faiwkks If you want lha best Barbed
Wire made, please call at J. II. Woollej's
Hardware Store, and It will give him pleas
ure to show the goods, tho barb la so ad
Justed as not to tare the flesh of tho animal
or pull wool from sheep. 28
Stick'em Fly Fnper, does n clean
business. .No dead Hies lying around.
One sheet "good lor n quart of Hies. Only
Sets, at Hyugh ton's.
Vane, Calverta & Co's: celebrated Pure
Ready Mixed Paint can be found at tho
Hardware Store of J. II. Woolley, which ho
will warrant to bo equal In durability and
covering capacity 10 any Paint made In the
Btate, Those having pointing to do will
please call and examine for themselves. This
palut Is warranted to sWe satisfaction. -3
Houghton's Insect Powder, is war
ranted to kill lice, on stock of ull kinds.
Mennin's Corn Killer is warranted to
do tho work quickly and thoroughly
For sulc at Houghton's.
CndnThis hnid '.rill be tnsrrted " H'mif."
"Fur Hale," "For Jlcnt," " Lt,"
"Found,'" etc., etc., at a charge of we
cent a word.
Foil bale A new Prize Holly scroll
saw with complcto attachments. Inquiro
of Charlie Jcflerics at this oillce. 27 tf
Foil sale. A Urst class soda water np
paratus, counter draught generator, co-
per lountuins, lu goou order, r.very tiling
complete. Price very low. Inquire "for
write to J. YV. Houghton, Wellington, u
Send Money by American Express Co.
Money Orders.
Receipt given. Money refunded If Orders
aro lost. Bold at all officas of the Co. Pay
able at 8,500 places. Kates: To JMt; 110-
8cj 120-lOc.j :t012c., 140.15c.; 50-20c,
Ladles tukc Notice.
You can buy better Hair goods for less
money, at Dennett's Hair More wyria,
than you can buy In Cleveland. Every
article warranted. sow
Attachment Notice.
P V W..tilr II. I I tin mi. Ik'fufU K. E.
e! A. VsnClref, (too. LamlH'rt, lliit d, J. P.,of
M. W. Uni!, Co-iinnnerii nnder V w e 1 1 1 n R 1 1 u
the firm umcii( lUo Wcllluutoii luwuhli. Mi
Milliug ComiMiiv, ruin County
v. Ohio.
E f Hrlmnrk.
On the Tlh lny of .Inly, A. !., IxM. Mid .Iutlee
Iwiied an order of atlaehment In the above anion,
f.r llin .mil Iif Iwo llUlllln'd UillulV-lliUe find tlflV
ono-hundrrdlhi dollar. Knid mi lull will lie fur
lienrtnir un the iS'th dsr of Auirii-t next. t ten
o'ekick, a. m. J. II. Uukmim, Ally, for 1111
Any person or persons who saw Martin
Perk receive a letter from the post oflico
in Wellington, on Monday July 2"xl,
will plcaso communicate wilh the under
signed, Mh uael Kin.
Found 1
A new carriage whip, Sunday, August
8J. The owner can have It by calling
and paying for this notice Call at Snow
grocery on Frank Fulmer.
Excursion to Mackluse Islund.
Tii W Ar. f. V. TtiilliYiMrl will run at
... r...t:.A f.iiinil AiinnttUili
mnA oo.l . (Iia r.i m f,i l.a rmirirl trin hmnir
piaceu ai me low rate oi
... Notice.
This is to give notice that my wife
Ida M. Norton, having left my bod and
board without just cause or provocation
all persons are forbidden to trust her on
my account, as I shall pay no debts of
her contracting after (bis date.
, Euwix Norton,
' Ponfleld,' 0., August 4, '84.
Jteal Estate Transfers.
Sheriff to nenrr A Plato south half of lot
IS7 Harris' add Amhorat I
If A StnrtovaiW to Mary A Wlckeni loU 17
IS Uogan'a tui add Lorain
L A Clark adror to L A dark add LaOranga
I flariot to Mary Pelton, uadlrlded half of
lot Iti
I 8 Btldwln to Thoa A Wait SO aero
l'IUISld.. ....
P Schoenhert to P and I Schoenhtrr 40
L D Mattitoa ax to John A Xwlng part of
lot !..
Sheriff to Joachim Bchnlta MVt acn-i Car- '
j ;' "', Marring Lloenses. ; t .
. . - lt. 'I
The following marriage licenses have
been Issued by the probate Judge during
the past week s 0. H. Berkey to Lizzie
Knapp, Faltlno Berckllne to Lena Philips,
B. D. Wells to Martha H. Dyer, Frank
Bloouifield to Mary Walkden, W. N. Dun
bar to Ella E. Crlin, Richard II. Shut tb
Hannah L. Daily, Robert L. Coe to Clara
Rardon, John J. C'unn'.chsui to Mary C.
ileum. '
,. ' - ' ' ,
Coccil curt ilttsccUancjiMS.
ArWemeM(si!i7l he inserted under
Ms head at anil price.
'-Euta McCoy, Is spending a few weeks
among friends at Kent, Ohio. .
Mr. C. II. Snapp of Lorain, 0., visited
friends in town this week.
The youngest child 'of' John H.
Houghton la seriously ill.
Miss Minnie Ernest of Tiffin, O. Is
visiting Miss Nutella Rlninger.
Miss Delia Schoonovor, of Akron, is
visiting her cousin, iliss Ada Linder.
Mr. W. C. Miller of Philadelphia was
guest nt William Hinlnger's tho past
Mr. Phil. Schrocdcr loft last night
for bis home In Cleveland to spend a lew
Frank Dennis left last night to make
n flying visit among irlends In Pennsyl
vania. Mr. Heiiol Lang's son Charles and
family, are visiting here, nrrlving Monday
evening. ,
Rov. Mr. Gulvin has gone to Long
Branch uud Cape May, for a vacation of a
lew weeks.
J. L. Smith and family of Delaware
are spending some days with Mrs. Smith's
parents, Mr. & Mrs. Win. Rlninger.
Miss Alico Adams reached here
from Brooklyn by way of Chauatauqua
Monday evening, and will spend a couple of
months wilh her sisters and brother.
The rain of the post week has been tho
best of treatment for pastures, but a great
hindrance to securing tho oat crop, many
fields of which are very ripo and not yet
Mr. J. W. Houghton's child, whose
sickness Is mentioned elsewhere, died at
11 o'clock p. in., Tuesday evening. Fun
eral services at tho family residenco
Thursday at 10 o'clock a. m.
-The W. & L. E. R. It., have arranged
wilh the steamer, American Eaulo, to run
in connection with Its (ruins for Lakeside
and Put In Lay, at I) o'clock a. m after
arrival of sm.vlal from Norwalk, and
evening at 7 : ) p. m.
A man in tho employ of D. L. Wads-
worth named Ruder was struck on tho
head by a 4x4 scantling bile unloading
lumber. He received a severe cut
about 3 inches In length, reaching (o (he
bone. His wound was dressed by Dr.
-It may Interest the people of Brighton
and East Clarksflold to know why they
receive no mail ol late. It Is explained
by (he fact Unit when llio route Irom
Wellington to East Clarksflold was dis
continued, no provision was made by
the authorities lor carrying tho mail by
any other routo and thcro is not now
any means, of sending except by private
conveyance. Jt U nopea tins stale oi
things will not long continue.
Mr. M. Kunz, a barbpr, was arrested
Wednesday, last week, charged with tak
Ing from tho post ofllee a registered letter
addressed In an employee, and containing
money. Ho wits taken to Cleveland
Thursday and examined belo.'o (ho U. S.
Commissioner. The evidence ninlnst
him was purely circumstantial. The let
ter was not found upon his person, but
was dropped into the post ofllce again by
somo ono alter (he arrest IIo was nc
quitted. ,'
A. J. bago, ol Huntington, went to
see the' body washed up on the Euclid
shore, the Xooncy family thinking it
might possibly he Hint of their drowned
son. Mr. Sage met in Cleveland and
brought home with him a neice, the only
child of a deceased brother, 'formerly of
Steubenville, O., but lately from Florida.
This young lady, whot-e residence Is on
Tampa bay, thinks that, though it is a de
lightful wiutor residoncs.tnke it all (lie year
round (he climate is debilitating.
Resolutions of Respect.
At a special meeting of Hamlin Rellof
Corps, No. 28, held July Slid, 1884. the
following resolutions of condolence on tho
death of Mrs. Florence Jordan wore
atlnpled :
Wiikkras, Divine Providenco has seen
fit to remove our dearly loved sister Mrs.
Florence Jordon from the pain and (rouble
of this world, while we acknowledge our
loss to be an irreparable one, we bow with
duo submission to him who "doclh all
things well."
' Rksolvkd, That onr order by'her death
has lost an honored member and an effi
cient officer.
Renolvkd, That her chair, our charter
and badges, be draped in mourning for
thirty days. ; i ' ' ' I ' j j j
Resolved, That our sympathy nnd a
copy of these resolutions ' be Extended to
tho bereaved husband to whom she was a
divoted wife.
Resulted, , That these., resolutions" bo
published In the Wellington Em-Em-RisK,
Medina Gazette, Medina' News and ho
entered upon the records of our order.
5 Eva A. Laso, -Cecilia
L. Thomas,.
Mart E. 13 tons.
Columbus Excursion. '
Tho Cy C, C. I. Railroad will ran
an excursion to Columbus and visit Btate
Prison, Thnrsday, August Kill. ' Rates
and intorniutiou given on posters,' or by
Inijulry it tb' depot. ; r '
.ll'v" ..." Vk ii.. FfssbjAjSt ,
Cocal (Eorrc0port5m.
Itemt of general Merest from the Town-
thtpt are solicited for this department,
and a fair remuneration will be allotted
.correspondent. ' ' '
(Deferred from last week.) ' '
Mr. Henry Lawrence while pltflng In front
of the hotel last Baturday evening, was
assailed by three young men and was pretty
badly use J un. Beware young men; that
you do not end your life as Oeorge' flora
and Bill Orlbblns did that-were hanged at
Ashland, O., not long ago. They followed '
a man to whip him and did so, but tho,
penalty was death.
The article that appeared In the Items fioui
this place July lOib, was not written by
myself, as most of the people supposed It
war, I do not kuow that Mr. Shuttuck sells
llqnor or beer to minors, but I do know this
much, that men will come from Wellington,
on their way homo, chuck full with consider
able n.oro than they are suspected for, and
ttop at our hotel and (111 up as long as they
can eland, regardless of results and ft art for
"Jjhoy don't caro much whare," to explode
ontlulr wr-y home or at !belr place of resi
dence Somo will hitch their horse 14 mile
from the hotel and let It tuud from 1 to 10
p. in. and never irlve it anythiug to eat or
drink and Its owner at the hotel, drinking
and spending Ills money for liquor. Which
will bring death and damnation to his soul
and want to his family. We will say to Mr.
Shuttuck that It Is Just as had to sell beer
to (hem poor drunken deluded men as It Is
to sell to minors. I have drank It and I
h:ive sold It and I know whereof I speak.
Mr. Ralph McAdoo from Nowark, ()., and
Raymond Welch and sister from Oiangi!, O.,
wure the guests of Chas Covert nnd wife.
Sabbath day.
Miss birdie Kennedy Is visiting relatives
and friends lu Bhectshoro, (.
Mr Horn from near Columbus, O., (ravel
ing agent for Walter A. Woods, Is a guest of
Mr. Joe Pliclon.
Some pork anil turd belonglug to J. T
Haskell on hii f inn mllii east of center
wan stolen Inst Friday night.
Henry Lawrence went before Esq. Plielon
and fworr out a warrant ai;alint John 8ech-
rlt, Dan (Inrver and All Miller for the
uKkaiilt made last Baturday nil.t. Warrants
were served by Constable Griggs.
On Monday, July 28tb, we witnessed a
trial of Harvesting Machines at Mr. Gunrge
Hdoii's farm. Two machine competitors,
one of the Piano make, and One of Walter
A Wood's, the new lion frame binder with
bundle carrier. This machine Is considered
the niott perfect and complete lu the world,
and Its preference on that occasion Justifies
Its hlh reputation. It gave satisfaction to
all concerned. The spectators were aftnu
lihed at Its beautiful work. There are eight
sclf-bindeM In operation In tult place, five
are the Walter A. Wood make, two Cham
pion, ono Plauo. J. V. Fbelon Is agent for
the Wood machine.
Mr. Suttrc and wife from Meilco are visit
ing A. J. Durrell and wife.
Mr. Wesley Meaehara Is very low with
BrightS disease.
Mln Alice KUwood Is on the sick list
The three boys thut committed an assault
on one lleury Lawrence, were nrougui
before Eq. Pliclon, and lio did them up to
the nice little enm of tir). and costs.
Mr. C. A. Chapman was home over Sunday.
Mr. Geo. Sumner and family, of Lafayette,
spent the Sabbath with Mr. liurrcll.
Mls L. Joe Arnir-troug clones her school
next week. Schools aro now most of them
out and the voices of tho freed urchins are
again heard In the land.
A company of our young people, had s
picnic at Lake Chippewa, Suturday.
The Kev. Dawson and famll?, returned
from their vacation last week, and a full
house greeted him on the Sabbath.
Mr. A. Noouey's family still entertain
faint hopes tor the recovery of the body of
his son Charles, who was drowned In Mich
igan a short time ago. A body baa been
washed ashore at Cleveland, which Mr. A. J.
Save has gone to try and ideulify.
Mr. F. D. Ward relumed (o Seville this
week, aa Instructor In the Medina Co.
Institute Mrs. Ward returns on Saturday.
Mr. John Baughman returns to Ada, this
Come out and hear McKlnlcy next Monday
evening, August 11.
Stone are on the ground for the founda
tion of the Advent Church.
J. Hair has treated his house to a new
coat of paint, which very much lroprovea its
Mary Wood, daughter of Able Wood, full
from a wagon and broke her arm, last week.
Mr. Frauk llcndce and wife, ot Blisnflcld,
Mich., wlU spend a few weeks In this loan
and Wellington.
Frank Aubls bad the misfortune to have
two lingers taken off in . a thrashing
Concert at the M' E. Chnrch next Sunday
night. ,
The band bovs will give an excursion to
Cuyahoga Falls, over the W. & L. E. and X.
T. P. & 0., next Saturday.
Rev. Wacbob ud wlfo and W. W. Bally,
of Granger, will start for California, their
future home, In four or Ave weeks. .
, Miss Myrtla Van, of Greenwich,, Is visit
lngatA.T. Van's
Mlsa EtUebvth Booy, of Dorr, Mich., Is
visiting at Elwood Booy's. AmatsuR.
Mrs. Lucy Crawford, whose Illness ire hare
mentioned heretofore, Is dead.
Last Friday evening U.o Uon. J..II. Die'--on
and E. G.Johnson dltcuss.d tlwpoitlkal
!kuc of the day. A Ulaine nMt Lw-ui
lub will ha organised soon. , . , -f
. The relatives of Mrs. T. Storrow surprised
her upon bar birthday, giving kr various
tokens of remembrance. " '
List Baturday afternooo a game of ball
was to have been played, but owing to the
absence of most of the player It was post
poned, and next 6turday the club goes to
i.iulun n to play sgalnat the club there. .
Frank D&jojaa.drcv a revolver on Jim.
Eavei axd, ll.r.,ei td !o venUUite hit (alu
pan, liU lor y u. rt.tvil as.'h'.ei. i f.ixw4
i : 'i V ' "...
got out a warrant for hla arrest, but we
heard that the would-be-shootlst was seen
wending his way across the ilelds to a place
where he was not so much wanted.
' The Baptist church has been undergoing
a remodeling and Is now as line a chnrch In
side as can be found outside the largest
' Fair Matters.
Pursuant to 'call, tho officers of the Wel
lington ' Agricultural Society met on' the
Fair Grounds last Saturday, to confer togetb
er In regard to fitting the grounds for
holding the coming Fair, to provide for the
bettor accomodation ot stock men, a rtxc lo
tion was adopted authorizing the superlnten
dent of grounds to build twenty mnro box
stalls for the accomodation of stalions and
speed horses that will bo: on exhibition. A
committee was appointed to look up the
matter of bringing water from a large tnnlc
through gas pipes to stalls all along Ui;
North side of tho grounds, a convenience
not often etcu at Fairs, and one lu which
all stock nieu and others visiting the Fair
will greatly appreciate. It was unanimously
agreed to tit the grounds lu such a manner
that all may be na comfortable as heart and
mind could wish. Some new and attractive
snorts have been added to the list which Is
not often seen outside of 1-irire cities, such
aa sparring, (not slugging) with blackened
gloves lu white costumes, wrestling by
professors of cTeyeland gymnasium, walk
ing, running and bicycle races open to all.
Eight entries have been made In the three-
year old colt race and each one expects to
get the Urst uiiuey In the raco, some of thu
colts going la this race having already made
wonderful time; that beats the record of
older and more esncrlenced racers. Wo be
speak fur this Fair, a larger exhibition,
faster time by speed horses and more fun
than Is seen nnd enjoyed Ht many fairs The
books are now open and ready for entries
and we earnestly invite all living In this
Immediate vicinity to make tlicir entries as
early us possible, ns It Is well known how
hurried we are If wc wait till the Urst or sec
ond day of the fair. Let each and every one
look about them and bring some article to
help III! the halls that were provided at great
expense by the society. In many falrdlatrctB
the cltltjiis generally tuke a lively Interest
in siihluii.iiri their fairs, thereby creating a
hearty and prosperous condition. It Is well
knowu that the. Fair last year waa a grand
success, now l'-t us ak ench and every one
to assist in keeping the Wellington Fair
fully up to the stnndurd.
All miitUr uud' ,-this head will bedtnryed
one cent a xeord.
The death of Mrs. Florence Jordmi, re
moves a very useful and .estimable hidy,
whose loss will be deeply felt by a large
circle of friends. Continued when four
teen years old by Bishop Mcllvnine, she
hud always been a devoted member of (be
Episcopal church, and was a leading spirit
in (he attempt to orgttii.e a church of
that denomination here a few years ago.
Some of her excellent characteristics are
mentioned in (he following resolutions
adopted by (be Congregational 8. S, and
her life is partly sketched in tlio nppro.
piiate Hues ut the close, taken from tho
Modilm County News.
WiiF.itEAS, It bus pleny d our Heavenly
Father lo lake Irom iw, our valued friend
and helper, Mr. Florence Jordan, to long
nnellicient and beloved teacher in the
Sunday Heboid, so ready for all Christian
nnd benevolent work, so sympathizing
amid circumstances of sickness aiidalliiet
ion, so kind to (lie poor:
TllKlthKOltK, lie it resolved, that we
Ixiw In reverent submission to the will of
Cod, who "doeth all things well," assured.
(lint our friend has made an iniinite gain
and has entered joyfully Into her reward.
Rehoi.vkd, Tlint we extend our sym
pathy to her bereaved husband and sister,
and Join (hem in the prayer that (bis great
alllction may Ixs sanctified to their present
and eternal good. ,
Thl' calm, coy face! these folded liandi at rent!
Tluwu silent llp! It In not (ho our friend!
Where are thcVghs that rose for all dlstrcascd?
Where are the smiles she was so swift to send
Ti heart! in funshiuct Wln.ru the warm to'itli!
The kind, wiso words that mado rnuh roods
' seem smooth f
. t
And where tlicllliiig (lu'.-ers' peed! Tlmy
Ne'er grew tired of work fur others. Ob glad
"She la not here, but risen'' with tho turd!
With eyes uplifted to the Oreat White Throne,
She sings, "Oh, trite and faithful l fits word,
fright are the mansions waiting for bis own.'1
She loved all beauty here, and now hor eyes are
With talrrst forma and hues! Friends let your
slehs be stilled.
Her loving, useful lire, hor qtilft death God willed!
NcTcAarge will be made for notices Wider
'Ms hi.ad.
r1 ,
COK DAHDEN Juljr Stlth, at the M, K. Par
iniiaK, Elrria, Ohio, by Kev. T. C. Warner, Mr.
ItoborSL. Co, of Kasnoeld, Ohio, and MUs Clara
liardou. ot WelUnton, Ohio, i .
Wsua Draa. Aaimt Sd, si ths rraldenc of
Mr. Walter II. Haa, Mechanic Strwit, hr ReV. M.
F. Warrior, Mr. Beanie I). Wells and MIm Martha
A. Dyet, beta of Wellington. ".' ' '
vnMi :hu h'.ail, oiciii.g v.ruw, tuc
..rustenzc, Uum of daik dud uqv- of the
.. dtceasrd, vill U inserted free; but if ac
tompanied with biographical sketch Kill
-v b placed under the head of "Obituarist"
i and charged accordtnglg. ' ,.
' JuiiBnd, Mrs. Polly Gott, aged M
yesrs, with cancer. Funeral on Thursday
Uie 2-ltu, at Her lute residonvu coaJucted
liy nev. L.y'lttii, MucU j'rubti ji !ue
relit' lvei und sjdglibors for Ibuil' lmS!snct
sud svinpstlij ia tlili C.o of stovn.n s'fl
ti-i (,.. k. ..K.1...L (J hlr.Uli f.!i.l
.i.,i,,.,'Tt ii.: c,;;..i '..,!! 1 f-. ki j-'vli
-I00K 0UT-
FOR AN . '
w vj v h3? -'S a
In order to clear up
Annual Invoice, we shall make the following
prices on
and for the convenience of customers we shall
place these gcods on the Ease front counter they
are all measured, and marked in plain figures and
cannot be cut, Among the dress goods are "Cash
meres," "Albertross," "Nuns Veilings," "Rad
smeres," "Jamstowns," etc., etc., at a reduction of
25 per cent.; 2 pieces of Kyber cloth redued to
15c; colored gro grain silks the 65,75,87 1-2
and $1 quality, now SO cents, from 1 1-2 to 12
yards in a piece.
Summer Silks must go at 40 and 50 cents.
Zephyr Ginghams, 15 cents.
Satines and cambrics all, 12 1-2 cents.
Merimac Cocheco and Pacific Prints, 5 Cents.
Good Prints, 3 Cents.
P. S. As the above gpods are all short lengths,
we have decided to add
mm mm
Mallory, Price & Co.
The Star Hat' LEADS tea!
Tlie IlJis'tLt-ISu.llniIle,
TLis cut sliowa the ik'w kivIp of wootl-worlj
" Peer.
The now lineof Attaohrnonfl that are cov7 leir placed with each
"Domostio are (specialties. N" other tr.ccfcice has them.",.
These Attachinents and the l ew Wocd.work make
the "Domestlo" more th in ever, without question ,l23j
The acknowledged Standard cf Excellence. :
COA very fine quality of Oil, Nee.lles and Attachments for all
Machines kept in stock and liepniring done to order. Good second
Land Machines for sale chqap. For sale by
K. I. IIASTlNGSa.' -
Rooms and Office in Benedict's Block, "Wellington, Ohio.
Go to luc uraW:-. c. .V.V.W-v? of-
y - .
A. & & a.
The largest aDl finest assortment evej shown hi Wellingr.
Come and see our Fancy Patent Rockers aud'Kasy Chaiip,
bnrflbdo nnd willou" ; '"'.,0 .ivi '".'hairs J'ofiiadiws, ,wn-tli-nicri
c!.iiivt ; ir: ivt '... : 'I Vud lt
anJ OttoixyiiiH, V.V.1 iV. U .n i o iyx$i ;f.;ei
stock, preparatory to our
ruis yard.
m r
Hutt t' ecoinpuny is now IniriHlurln.
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