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'A.' Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home Interests, Politics, Agriculture, Science, Art, Poetry, Etc.
NO. 10.
Published every Wednesday, at
Terms of Suosoriptioat
.Year W50
Six Months...... 75
Three Months '.
Loans and Collections mado a specialty
. Office In bank building.
and solloltor of
American and Foreign
Rl, tMiODWIN, Idwiun Atrent sad
Notary FuWte. In.ranoe, deed., mort
run., wills, lea, oontreot., eta, written la
neat .nd legal manner. Otfloe ov.r Berage 8
boot and .ho. store.
EVCBNSS HOBINON, the Barber, keep
on. of th. neatest, most oonventent Bar
kr Shop, la town. Only flrat-olaaa workmen
: employed. A full assortment of balr oil, po
teilM i and balr restorative.. Uni bath-rooms
Cieonneovioa ana mniiBiicu m uv,..- --
ot and oold water and all necessary oonvani
Hi. HOI.RROOK, Dentist Ohio, over
Huited'. .tore. In Bank Building.
Wellington, Ohio. Nltrou. oild. fas admlo
I tared for th extraction of teeth.
Sawtelle. Art GaUeir.-Plotures In ev.
ery style and right up with the times.
Hpectal attention paid to enlarging In Crayon
Ink, or Water Color, and copying from old
.intiipni. Old negative, all preserved anduu-
pllcate. can be had at am time. Gallery over
Uowluy liau. grocery. i
. Pictures of all kinds. Finest work and latest
stylet Copying eadenlaisluginvrayon.Ana
' and Pastel. Bpeelal attention to the oanie.
. Order'. Block, Welliartom, O.
L..I Jll.u. anil llu.ui nf th hlftfMnr.nd
pejr.. riM.mtmuoD 01 reoium, uaima
Co, nssares .na ail prevailing oimhi vi ,u
In or detention from ba.ineu.
allium or In. Diaaaer ana Kianey.iiraica uoi;
' UfKra in
rp.oterRlook - Wellington, O
piiitjSiijiii and Dentist.
flrawTi larders received at Telephone Exchange
nnder i at F. D. Felt I drug store.
They 'HliiaateTorotituVeterlnarv College. clai '87.
letn; Sup -:i Osstist.
Over twenty-five years of practice. Orders
received at AilHinit' and HouKlitnn's drug
store., Uiirinl .till taken for treatment at my
stable on Courtland Avenue. 4-22
Ji.-i it a h. h"" k
J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
Dealer In Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Sil
verware, Oold Pens, etc. No. S, Public
Square, Wellington , Ohio.
E. Barrott,
Livery and Feed Stable.
South Side Mechanic Street, first
door east of American Ilouse. .
Mk and Transfer Line.
Conveys Passengers and Baggage to
and from trains or residences. Also col
lect and distributes xxprrss, doing
g.neraj expressing and package business.
Leave orders or telephone American
Uoum. 871 H. 8. Bmitb, Prop.
if V
CAPITAL $100,000.00, SURPLUS $6,600.00.
Does a General Banking Business, Receives Deposits, Buys and tells New York
Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts
8. B. WARNER, President.
Manufacturer, of and dealenln
Door, Sash, suidL .Bllnelai
Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds ol
Lumber, Lath, Shingle, Battens, Mould
ings and Flooring. Siding made and Sur
face Planing done to order on short no.
Dealers In and Manufacturer, of
A Full Line of Goods Always In Stock.
Arterial Embalming a Specialty.
Pictures Framed to Order. A good vari
ety of Mouldings to select from.
N. E. Corner of Square, Wellington, 0
Contractor and Builder,
Flans and estimates made. Job
work of all kinds. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. 4G-ly
ar ttf H A M L I N
L J P8T'
90. m,
Meet, on the Id
.nd 4th Wednes
day evening, of
raWi month.
Poit room In
M. W. L.ng,
j. T. Hatk.ll,
Prom.nd.rter May 13,tralniwillpuWelllngton
a. loiiow,:
Stand.rd Tin
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No. 'ln. A Col's Kl
No. S-Hpecl.lN.Y. ACio. El...,
No. T-N. Y audnt. L. Kx
No.(7 Col's A Wheeling Accom
No. 9-Nlght Kx
No. Si-Local Freight
14:44 p.i
ft: Ml p.
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No. Bt.L. K.y Sxpre.s
No. S-Nlght Kx
Kn 90 fj.lliin A (MaVH d Ac
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ilU, VI T UDDIIHV, Hill. " " . " " r
No. S-Cinclnn.tl ACIev.'d Kx i.mp.
No. 8-Loc.l Freight 1:4ft p.
Nos t, 5, t, 8, and 11 ran dally,
t Train, .top on signal.
' Ciavcland ft Marietta R. R.
Prom .nd after Jon. A, IBM. trains wll Ipso Well'
, H.Ms.m.
, 4.!Np.m,
. . lifts. m.
No. 1
No. ft
No. 7
No. II
No. 4 10.M.m.
No. 8 S.wp.m.
No. 8 T.4ep.nn
No.ULocal J. 10p.m.
No.. l,8.ndSdallyt other, dally ex. S.ndsy.
Pnrtherlnformattonlnreg.rdto this Ha. will
b.foundon p.v.S.
Arrlv. dally, 1:00 a. m. D.part, I :S0 p. m.
irrlv. dally, 11 :tO .. m. DepsrU I
rrlvs dally, 8 a.m. Depart 10a. ra
Dlaeolutloa Motioa.
VTOTICB Is hereby given that the firm of
xi hrens riurrnave mis aay
partnership by mutual consent, W
being the retiring partner. J. M. Start will
eon tin ue business at the old stand.
W. j. K.aaa,
J. M. Ansa. ,
Penfleld.O .Feb.8, 80. . "
Dyspepsia or . Indigestion always yield,
to the curative properties of Hlbbnrd's
Rheumatic Syrup, containing, as It does
nature's spnclflo for the stomach. - For
sal at E, W. Adams' sod F D Felt.
Issued on all European countries.
B. A. HORR, Cashier.
Jr., Ass't Cashier.
Pratt k Herriok,
Free delivery to any part of the corpor
ation. Railroad street, Wellington, O.
. 0. E. SUTLIFF,
Anthracite, Uassillon,
Jaokson and Blossburg.
Terms 0 ah i 1 Prioes ow.
Office on West Liberty St., Telephone 48
o the WEAK and
Punrrn. eonwloas ef OBGAMIO
WEAK.NKNS, or laeapaeltr for
active tulle, or lire, who .may ana
or an auSartng from
ef any description, can be Berma
nenily earoA by eonsultinc
Soperior Bt neat to P. 0.,
Motloe ef Appointment.
- ' Estate of Clora Taylor, deceased.
The undersigned ha. been duly appointed and
Soallneda. administration of the estate ot
lore Taylor, deceased, late of Rochester,
t.Arnln ennntv. Ohla. t
. ltau tali 16th dav of MarebrA.I.,lfl8ft-
. umbo, Aonunisirawr
- - Hh.rttr. Bale.' .
Ohio Farmer.'' Iainr-V In Lorain County,
.ancet'o. v.'. VO., Court ol Common
., A. A. Wltbeek etal. ) Pleas. Can. No. 'Jb&.
Order of Mle (oieoloaure of mortxaae.
' In punuanee of an order Issued (rom the
Court of Common Pleaaa within and far the
County of Lorain and Htate of Ohio, made at
the June term thereof, A. D. 18HH, and to me
directed. I will offer for aale at publio auotlon
at the north door of the court houae, In tba
village ol Klrrla. on
between the hour, of 10 and H o'clock a. m. of
aid day, the following described real estate,
to wit:
Situate In the township of Pendeld, County
ot Lorain and state of Uliloand known a. part
of lot number eighteen (IK) bouuded on the
north by land formerly owned by ii. C. Rock
wood; east by land formerly owned by 8.
Lewi, and 0. u. Roekwood. south by Motion
line and west by township line, containing
nity-dve acre.. This deed I. Intended to con
vey and doe. convey all the land deeded by
Abel and Kollln tihepard (by their guardian
IsaaoVanDeusenlto 0. K. and U. W. burr
and dated Deo. 4, 1M0, also all the land deeded
byClitrlnda K. and i'lmrle. riheimrdtn 0. W.
aiidt). K.titarr and dated Deo. , It, and
recorded In record, of Loniln county In Vol.
15, Page l(, and also In Book 1ft l'ai;e lul. In
.aid record o( deeds, also one other piece of
land in Wellington township, Loruln county,
Ohio, and bouuded and described as follows:
being one acre uf land taken from the north
west corner of what was known as the John
Jlowk farm and taken from oriclnal lot No.
twenty-two IC!) and bounded beginning at or
near the naVth-eu.t corner of land owned by
Cliarle. Ilowki thence south twenty rods;
thence east eliilil rods; thence norlh twenty
roils; thence west eight rod. to place of he-
R Inning, hald boundrle. are exclusive of the
Ighway. but the laud In front of .aid lot to
I lie center o( the highway I. Included in till.
deed. ,
Bld premises has been appraised latparcel
at ll.HTU.Oil, 2nd parcel at U,i.(JU and cannot
.ell for lessthan two-third, of .aid appraise
ment. Term, of .ale cash on day of .ale.
L. 11. Smith, M.A. P0UND8,
Attorney. Pherlfl of Lorain Co., 0
To The Cltizrn of Wellington.
Fred D, Fell, the drugglM, ol Welling
ton, will keep lor aale the celebruled
Imliun Pill.niunulnclured by the eminent
Dr, H MacFarlund of Genoa, O. This is
the pill that cure, hendncho, sick or ner
vous, also constipation, and (or one fulltfre
we offer $100 if ill reel Ion. are carried out.
We can, Ml you more, tltoy cure rheuma
tism, sciullc, or chronic, Inflanimiilnry. All
stomnch diseases yield every time to tins
great discovery. They will ponitlvely
cure all diseases ot the urinary ori;nna It
curable from any medicine. The secret Is
they cure the liver and will not full. Do
not (all to try this medicine; $1 a Ink, SO
pills in each bog. (-'all at Fell's dtug More
for them. Felt only keeps tlietn, Well.
Iniiton. Ask for the little book Riving
symptoms. - This Is the grent blood search
er ol' the world.
N. B. Felt's only. Remember Dr. It
MacFarland's pill 1h the 1 only genuine
MacFarland pill on anrth.
What B. B. Cooper, says.
J. E. Jackson Denr sir: "I had Brlghl's
dlaease in the worst lorm. I used two
botllesof j our medicine, Burdick'a Kid
ney Cure, and It baa done wonders for me.
The swelling has left my body and limbs
and 1 am so well i can walk out again
This is the only remedy that wnuld reach
mv case. Price 70 cents.
What John L. IIales, of Woodbury, N.
S., says: J. E. Jackson, Dear Sin "I
bad kidney trouble for years very bad
my pains at times were so great I would
roll the floor. I thought my esse help
less one. I used two Dottles ol your mad.
Ibine, (Burdlck's Kidney Cure) and now I
qsn do any kind ot work.. I recommend
this to all sufferers. Price 73 cents and
$1.25. - For sale by Fred D. Felt.
For headache, an effectual remedy la
found In Cobb's Little Pills. S3 cents for
It pills. F D Felt.
' . TcS SEWS
ii Mmi It 0 Special CorrssDandentt.
All About the Happenings and Special
Events In their Immediate Vicinity.
.' .'. March 4, "89.
Surprise party Wednesday events gal
Andy Gill's; Thursday evening at CD.
Feed mill ol Bond ft Day running
night and dap to keep up with Its work.
Mrs. George Knapp hat gone to Craw
ford county en a visit to her father.
Ladles aid society of the Congregational
Church: meet at Mrs. Win. Johnson's
Wednesday, March 6.
J , Lion.
.:')' ' SULLITAH.
March 4, '89.
Lain Gould hu been quite sick with
long fever; is bet er.
Geo Blini has had s severe attack of
quinsey. .
D Chaffee's family, from Kansas, are
settled on the Famsworth place and feel
quite at home.
Elder Iloddar was calling on old
friends Friday.
Mrs. LA Seely.of Lodl, visited at E.
Mann's on Monday.
The ladies sewing society of the Disci
ple Church meet at M Smith's od Wednes
day to sew lor Mrs Hayne.
There is a wedding so near that we lancy
we can smell the oiaoge blossoms.
M B Parmely, of Dayton, spent a few
days ot the week here and then accom
panied his niece, Louise Campbell, as far
as Cincinnati on her journey South. She
goes to Texas to visit her father; also to
Louisiana to her cousin's, taking in Mardl
Gras at New Orleans.
Miss Corinne Rice concluded her
school on Saturday, the 2d.
ROKd-Jn Sullivan,- February , 1M, Dea
Katban P. Rogers, aged 77 years, t months.
- and I day. "
Mr Rogers came from Eastern New
York and settled here In 18o7. He united
with the Baptist church at the early age
of seventeen years, walking In the ordin
ances ol the church for sixty years. A
man of decided convictions, blameless in
character, a wise connselor, steadfast, al
ways abounding in the work ot the Lord
He endured the intense suffering the last
two years ok his life with heroic lortitude
and sublime resignation, assured that bis
blessed master "doeth all things well."
His wife died March 23,1863. Their
lamlly consisted of six sons and three
daughu-rs, all of whom ate living and wero
present at the funeral with the exception
of Mrs Ssge, of Michigan, A large and
sympathizing audience were present at the
obsequies, which took place Thursday,
February 3, Rev. F. Uodder, his former
pastor, officiating. RES
March 5. 18S9,
The ladies of the W C T U guv a social
at the town hall on Wednesday evening,
the 27th nit. A very fair attendance and
S very enjnyablo time.
Mrs. Hall, familiarly known as Aunt
Cetta, died Friday evening, the 1st, in her
93d year. Another of our old settlers has
passed away, one who was well acquainted
with the difficulties aodtlio necessity of
rigid economy when the comlorts of life
were not as easily obtained as now. The
clothing of herself and household were
mostly spun, wove, and made by ber own
bands, and sbs, used to make a cheeses
long way ahead of anything that is pro
duced nowadays. Funeral on Sunday, 8d-
Our winter schools are closing prepara
tory to the opening of our sugar ramps.
which are now beginning; some have
tapped already.
A petition in favor of Inspecting animals
slaughtered (or food Is in circulation and
receiving many signatures. The good to
be obtained is largely problematical as It
will be found difficult to find properly
qualified Inspectors, at least so thinks
March 4, '89.
A sad day for Graver.
The excitement occasioned here last
week has subsided considerably.
8ince Mr. Cone hu been serving bis
sentence In the workhouse quite a num
ber of thefts have been committed, which
goes to prove there Is a gang of miserable
and geodlurnothlng scamps about here
who do not get an honest living. Wo sin
cerely hope every one ol them may be ex
posed and punished to the full extent of
the law. -
Dr. F Freeman, who hu just finished
his course In Chicago, Is residing for the
present with his father In this place. Ws
wish Frank tba best of success.
Miss J.E. Bhapard finished her term of
school in East Amherst last week sod Is
now attending duty as librarian ot the
South Amherst Library Association.
a a jsggieston sold at auction sale last
Thursday all his farming implements,
stock, etc, and will soon remove to Elyrla
his future home. We are sorry to iee Egg
Durand & Wyatt are on s business trip
to Sandusky.
Mrs. Wm Harper Is very sick, but hopes
of her recovery are entertained.
T Jones haa rented bis houae and lot
and moved Into Mrs M Porter's bouse on
Main street t
Mrs. J. Roekwood, of Toledo, is s guest
st A Wright's.
G G Clark, of Cleveland, has again been
drawn here by some mysterious power.'
Strange, bat true.
Miss Battle Cobb, of Oberlln, Is visiting
her sister at H. Collins.
Mr Walker, residing on the Russia road,
while taking care of a honsa few days
since, received s kick on the arm from the
animal, breaking it in two places below
the elbow.
Mrs Jones will entertain the ladies' dime
social on Friday of this week.
Rev Ingllsh hu closed the meetings at
the M E church ot this place and is now
holding them In Notth Amherst.
The youngest child of Mr snd Mrs E
Bryant accidentally fell Into s tub ot hot
water, scalding it so severely as to cause
death. The funeral services were held on
Friday, conducted by Rev English. Par
ticulars unknown further than this.
O. B.
March 4, '89.
Right side up with care.
Farmers have begun sugar making.
Charles Raur hu bought Mrs. Ballou's
Will Richmond has moved into Mrs'
Webster's house. -
Mr. Lahlff haa been drawing bay to
Cleveland this winter. One load last week
weighed entire 9250, hay 7800.
Mason Powers entered Oberlln Business
College in October. He graduated sfew
days ago; average 96jV.
A W. Benschoten hu moved into the
home of his father-in-law, H. A. Wilcox,
Will Hutings hu just closed his school
In the quarry district. This Is bis third
term In that district snd ws presume he
will be called npon again. He Is In good
W. T. Hubbard received a certificate for
five years last Saturday. Several of our
young people tried the examination, with
what result tney will know In the future,
We understand that s young man from
Wellington Is about to establish a new
store In town containing a various selec
tion of the necesaarits and the unneces-
sariesof this ten-estrlal sphere. Wenn
derstand that he has some money. If so
our advice Is that he had better leave it In
the bank.
The closing school rhetorical, are this
week Friday and Suturday evenings. Ad
mission only five cents.
Toons Drylv.
March 4. '89.
This 1s a very warm spring day.mer-
cury .lauds 60" in the shade. Lovely day
for inauguration.
Meeting, closed last Thursday evening.
Paslor Lone looks quite tired. His little
boy has a very bard cold.
Dr. Thomas' little baby is very sick with
lung trouble.
The roads aro in quite good condition
an1 loads of goods are passing constancy
tjelng moved from one farm to another.
Lewton Glllett has rented and moved
on the Luke Chapman (arm.
Lorenzo Blocker has moved onto Isorrls
Kelsey's farm. Mrs. Reiser's health is
very poor this spring.
Mr J B R jb'nson bad a nice visit from
his mother, who lives In Ceoterton, and
his uncle, J Holiday, from Michigan.
They left here lost Wednesday.
Mr Clem Gardner has bought Mr Gun's
liouso and lot at the center and moves in
to it this month some time.
H Hiram Tllatson and hi wife returned
troin their California trip liwt Filduy.
Miss AdnNlmork. returned from Elyria
last Wednesday.
J B Hoblotnn goes to irvrinln pros
pectlng Tuesday of this welt on im ex
cursion. 1 liavo liouM rim otn irotn
here sre goinj wl'.li liitn, hul know noih
log definitely.
Grandma Law-win ! much better aijulo.
Walter Miner br.mi:Iit a car load of
cows from Kansas ami bas been ut hit
grandfather Mliier'K. ,
Dr Thomas U having hi. house at the
center finished Dp so tltey move into It
Mrs Benjamin Pratt pent Sunday la
Wellington. . .
Mrs Lncretia Elwood U very sick with
pneumonia, ' .
Mrs Edsoo Clurk and her aunt, Mrs
Bolls Perkins, are visiting Mrs Fannls
Lewis. They also take In Washington.' I
was mistaken last week In saying Mr
I Clark wU ' ;
Lut night J B Robinson's baby had a
severe attack of croup sad Is now verr
sick, so his Journey to Vlrginls will have
to be postponed. , 3
March 2, 1889.
Last week one day. the home of Brad.
ley Mann was invaded by a host carry Id g
baskets, boxes, snd things too numerous
to. mention snd queltly informed the
folks that it was Mrs. Mann's birthdav and
that they had come to cellebrate the
event Several came from New
bringing musical Instruments to make
the occMlon more pleasant: the surprise
wu perfect snd all went swsy leeline
that they had experienced a good time,
and wishing many repetition ot the same
Our new blacksmith is located snd rash
ing bustneu.
M. Goes & Co, have put an attachment
In their mill for grinding corn on the cob.
No doubt the arrangement will be an.
predated by all who use ground feed for
M. E. quarterly meeting lut Saturday
and Sunday.
Revival meetings are in progress st the
Baptist church.
We snppese now there will be s chane a
In all political offices and u s matter ot
course our
Post office will be changed
H. C. Leach
Is soliciting orders lor
fruit tjees.
Colonel Garrison has small Zoological
Garden In his Drugstore, admission free.
Hxa Columbia.
March 4. '89.
JACK80N-At her home In Farnaw, Neb..
January IB, Mrs. C. B. Jackson.
Mrs Jackson was the daughter ol Mr. R
Rice, of OImstead,;o.; maided Mr CE-
Jackson, of Penfleld, 0, in '1882. MrJ
hu the heartfelt sympathy of many friends
and relatives here-. We cannot speak too
highly ot Mrs Jackson; shewu one of
those sweet dispositions that make those
who knew ber best lovs ber most. 8h '
wus Christian snd her works will live
on In th hearts sad lives 6T ber Meads,'
snd when the time came death found her
ready sud waiting for the muter. 8
Washington Letter.
From our Regular Correspondent.
Wabhihotos, March 1, 1889.
Gen. Harrison snd party arrived hers
on Tuesday, snd Mr. Morton snd family
on Wednesday. A little Incident In con
nectton with the arrival of Gen Harrison's .
party hu served to greatly enhance the
popularity of the President-elect. A smart
lleck in charge of the inaugural com
mittee that met the special train between
this city and Baltimore, ordered the train
run on side track in the lower end of the
city and bad the Presidential party driven
through aide streets to their hotel, to the
great disappointment of hundreds of peo
plo who had gooe to the station to see the
distinguished arrival and other hundreds
gathered on each side of Pennsylvania av
enue to gt a glimpse of the party as they
drove past.
General Harrison did not know of the
trick played upon tbe people until he had
arrlvod at tbe hotel, but as soon as he had
learned of it be lost no time in denounc
ing the authors of it, and saying that he
wished tbe people to understand thai haK
u well as they bad been tricked. The' . "
vigorus words of the President-elect mutt'
have taken the conceit out of some of the'
Inaugural committee who somehow seem
to have gotten tbe Idea info their little
seventy nine heads that the inauguration
of s President wu a matter concerned
only them and their friends and that the
public wu not to be taken into the ques
tion. .
On Wednesday evening the President
and Mrs. Cleydsnd gave a dinner in
honor of the Resident elect and Mrs.
Harrison, the hotels sre rapidly filling
np, may prominent republicans being
anjong the visitors, and uen, Harrison.'
since his arrival in the city has bad a con
tinual stream of callers. At the president
wriliug tbe Cabinet slate Is still incom-
fUelo, and from the best Information ob-
ia!nUu oiily four nnmos are regarded u . '
certainties. These are Messrs, Blalue,
Wan.'imnkrr. Wiudom and. Noble, and
ihrie Is eveu doubt a. to tbe lost of these .
laving retained.
The dentil of Dr. Bliss, Garfield's physi
cian, Is ihn demise of literally the last...
notable figure In the trial of the assas.li,
of Garfield, and yet that event only ov-
cunvd eight year. ago. ' ' ' A
flit) President hits Issued ' tbe usual
proclamation ordering an extra stw.lon of 4
lbs Senate to meet at li o'clock Marcl
4th, to rvcclve and art npon executive '
rouiiAunicrtlons, which means, to confirm
Ibe" nomination, of the Cabinet,-eWv By '
the way, since the paasags of tbe bill ad- '
mlttiug the Dnkotu. Montana and Wash- -Ingtnn,
there has been a decided hangs of t
sentiment In regard to an extra, session
Many tnemtera who were in favor of
holding one a) an early day are now either
opposed to It altogether, or V In taror
of fostnlrj l; until Uie fall.
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