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' ClEVEiANI). 0. Z.I plEVEtANO, 0. . . 1 HniMIIIMIIIMM GOOD ADYKETIBINO I . ISSUED KVIBY I WEDNESDAY. J m.m.mJ MEDIUM. WMIIIIIIIIMIMIM A Family Newspaper Devotod to th Interest of Lorain County and Vioinity. 4 VOL. XXIII. WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. JULY 31. 1889 NO. 31. I i li li Published ever Wednesday, at '' y WELLINGTON, OHIO. , Term of Sub.orlotlom ueTear 1160 Six Months. .. 75 Three Months..: 40 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. J. T, HASKELL. AT7QENS74T-L1W and HQU&T FUBLIC. Loam and Collections mado a specialty Office In bank building. v , . . v J. H. DICKSON, V TTOBNEY-AT-LAW, ' ,'' 'an solicitor of " ' American an Foreign WX3T BIDS PUBLIC BQT7ABI, .; WELLINGTON, . - OHIO. NOTABY PTJBLMO. RR. ajooUWIK, laaarano Arant and Hourr Pobllo. Ineuraae, IB, Bor aawee, will.. leeaoe. oontreota, wnn.fi i dmi and k-ital muoner. OiBoe over tern' aoot .no ( Mora. TONSOBtAU HWHIMattf (k BarW. ke.ps of DM H1IHL a to .uBV.nl.nl Bar wSkuMtacowo, OntrSmuolw. workuw aplorwt A tall aaoortniMtt of h.lr all. po. mom ana ir reor.wv.a. nn. aMMtioaaa4funiUkatai buura with lot and ml wawr anil all aMMMry eonv.nt- . Bowta side unonr streot. DBNTIHTS. II J. HTiiela, Dentist, Oflloa oar i. HiHiM nor. ia nana ounoina. Ulna-ton. Oklo. Mltreua avido am admin. Iirt tat too aitraoUaa W nata. - SawtolU'a Art OaJUryWetBr In a erv stylo aoTrlibl up wild tbe time. Ink, et Water Color and eoprtirx from old . . ft A all r. M-mmM aa a. Hi Bid nictirres. Old natives all preserved end.u niicisacatibahadataar tfnae. .eaUertover Udib Allaire aroeari. ( ' Picture at aU kUU. fiaeatwark latest sivle. Copttai kattalaitlagUCrtroB.lBK and Pastel. Special attentlof to tut oajnea. Craoiar's BlOek, VtUlmtfm,0. PSYSICIANSi B. HATHAWAY M. D. PKCIALTIEKl KmuI dUMM aad dlnaM. of tk.kUdderaad ktduwa. Pile.. (Icaraliua of lb. rectom, l.lala la.Do,aMra.ud.llpraraUludlMaM. of lb. ncua tre.ud bjr .a lmpro?ed ..Uai! wllbout e.ln ordetrnllm from builDM.. . DImhm of tbe bbuid.r aod kldstr.tmted oal trior i eanful and pro par .017.1. 01 tn unn.. Uffleaia OaroanUr Block ' -. ' WoUIton.O VXTEBINAKT 8UHQEOW. R. O.HOLLAND, teiiiijSwp ul Dentist. Order receive! at Telephone Exchange and at r. u. rairaaniK store. . Oradokto Toronto Voterlnarr Collet, elau '17. L. B. PRATT, Veterinary Snrgeonini Deaiisl. OTrtwenlrAr. fekr of nraetlee. Ord.rt rncolTod at Adam, ana iiouunion 1 arug tores, HormtitlUtak.n for treatment tmf table on Courtland Avenue. - 4-22 J.H. WIGHT, Sole Agent, Dealer la Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, 611 rerware, Gold Pens, etc No. 8, Public Square, Wellington, Ohio. 131- IE. Barrett, Livery and Feed Stable. South Side Mechanio Street, first door east of American House. Cirrlng! for funeral Inilde eorporatloo, tL NOTICE. j ::lh: id If :::!:: ii:3, Convey Passengers and aggae to u:i:l from trains or reddencos. 'Also col l.u'U nd distributes upriks, doing fhthI expreulng and package budneas. r ive orders or telephone American 371jr H.8.BM1TH, Prop. j ! - JEWELERS. . ., J. J. THOMAS, Manufacturer Of And Dealer In Monuments Tombstones EvevythinfrpertHluIiig to cemetery work will recoive prompt attention nt prices to suit (lie times. , ('JU PLANING MILL. . D. L. WADSWORTII A CO.. . , Manufacturer, of and denier. In X3ooxa Basil and I31l3a.d Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds of Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Battens, Mould ings and Flooring. Siding made and Bur face Planing done to order on short no. tlce., WELLINGTON, 0. : . 1 as-lf HOYT & BENSCHOTEN, Dealer In and Manufacturer el FURNITURE. C5DBBTAKINO IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. A Full Line of Good. Always In Btoek. i 1 Arterial Embalming a Specialty. ' Picture Framed to Order. A good rarl- ety of Mouldings to select from. V K. Corner of Square, . Wellington, 0 Dr. H. E. Warren, Office and residence la Post office build ing. Call answered at all hours m city or country. OSoa Hem 1 1 5 . .Pratt & Herrick,- E:r:iiL rccs ah nm mil Free dellrery so any part of the corpor ation. Railroad street, Wellington, O. COIL! IIEVJ FIRM! COAU ' JC.L.BTJ8H& CO Would raepaetfully enioune to tke alUiens of Wellington that they are now oa dm, and prepared to take order tor all kinds of kaird aad eoft coal whlefe the will Mil tot eaakat (ho loweat llrtnisrUea. A share of ?0t5fPT,U,oU4".i.Bn8Hco. ' 0. e. strrLirr,' . prT.r'm'' coax Antn'r&cite, Maaaillom , ' Jackson and Bloutmrf Terms Cash and Prices Low. Office 6a Weal Liberty Stn Telephone 48 HAMLIN 08T, ..: ao. si. ' G.A.H, WEUINGTON. OHIO, Meet tin the tn and 4t. tOdnoe der evonlna-k of fW' iii'.Miln. Post room tn Sheldon'.Block at. W. Lent, Commander. J. T. Haekell, Adjutant TRAVELERS' rlEGISTER. -C. C. t. li I. IT.. om.nd.rter M. It, train, will pu. Wei Lurtoa u follow.: 00150 WtST. SUndard Time Ho l-N.T8t.L.fa.tlln... 1 : a. m. S:la.B. 9:n)a.a. Ik:l5p.B. 5:48 p. at. t:SSp.m. No. SS-Ind.and WbMlIni ax .... Ho. a-Cla.ACor.Kx No. S epMlalN.T. Cla. Bx.. r.T-Col'B Wbnling Acoon, No. -Mibt Ex No. 81 Local Priehl :11a No. 8S-Ualloo Local Fnlxbt. .... ...... S:l f. OOIHQ BAST. No. S 81 .t.lK.I Xxpreaa tlt:1ia. m. Do. t-Nlikt Sx S:a.ai. No.te-OaUoa Olm'd Ao. T:4a. . rlo.lS-rlpMlal 8t. Loel. N. T. Ix. 1:46 p.m. No.S4-WbMllna,lad. .DdCler.. Ix 4:Mp.Bi. No. S-ClBcianatl ACIrr.d x S:SSp.ai. No.4-CliiclDn.il Limited BxproM.... 1:41a. m. No J-Loeal rrelckl 4:1ft p.m. No.S0-allea Local Might 11:16 p. m. No 1, S, I, t, t aad IS raa dallr . Train, .top oa alcnal. wekux. i im lib mmi a Cleveland 6 Marietta B. B.' ton and after Job. t, lflHS, train. wUlpM,W.ll . , . laatoa aa louowa : OINO BAST. . StaadardTlaa. No. 1 ... , T 4.10p.ai. No.t . 41 pro. , No. IS . S.SSa.m. eoia WBST. No. 4 10.riSa.ai. No. I S.lBp.ai. no. s 2 ;? m' Ho. 10 ..0e.. i anl . il.llrt oth.r. dial ax. BaadaT. FirtkerlBformatloatareiardto tble 11b. will befonadoa paret. . X3LA.CIC LlNEa , OBIBXIH. AniT. ealrr.S.-eaa Bk Depan,taVra BUVT1H0T0H, BUUIVAH aad rOLC. 4rrl?e dallr, 11 : a ax. Depart. 1 ! - PKNFIELO. ArrtTdallT.e.m. Depart 10a j Ijf vrJOB;r?sJOB!:;. SUMMEEiGOODS WILL RE&AEDLESB of COST Look at the Following Cuts. French Casaimere"Coate And Vetar worth $6, now $150. French . Flannel Coats and VeBta worth 13.60, now $2.50. Snmmef Ooata ( :t - worth $1 and $1.25, now 75. Medium "Weight Cassimere and .i,f '.' Cheviot Suits worth $14, $15 and 118, now $11. Suits . ', ' . . worth $12 and $13, now $10. ' ;B. ts worth $9 and , , . . $10-00, now $6.00 aid 7jOO. , ; . . All broken lots, two or tirDQ suits of a kind will be sold regardless of actual value, to weed out and make room for Fall Stock. Loofc at Dnr Joli TaMe fGr Thirty Days. LITHOID COLLARS: AND CUFFS These goods have the appearance of the finest Linen, are absolutely water-proof, do not turn yellow from ae, will wash as easily as a pane of glass by immersion in water. Each Collar is eyelets and a separable stud : to fit. One Collar willj last for ' CLOTHIER, ELYRIA mm Li Citie;tiV3ir Soscial Ccrresssadinti. AU About the Happenings and Special Events In their Immediate Vicinity. KOCUESTKB. Dry. Haying well along. ' Oat harvest neor at hand. The musical toot of the threshing ma. chine Is heard In the lan l. It Is reported that Uenry Bradford was severely huit by lulling Irom a load of hay and striking oa a pitchfork, which penetrated hi thigh, making a revere wound. The public will cull on W. M. Crandall when they want tkelr mail, the offlue hav lns; ehanged hand I ist week. Martin Mano, of Michigan, is vlsitlnt: relative here. Relatives from Indiana aie vbltlng at Robert Anderson's. Robert Potter has put an elegant awn. lag over the front of bla store, adding much to tbe general appearance. Fred Battle got on his muscle with the conductor of the north bound milk wagon, and his experience cost $3 00 Oscar Miller says there la no fun la gett ing knocked around by tke can, It sort ' disturbs the nervous system, or is liable to. The suit between Mart Mann and H, Converse wu settled before trial In Con verse's favo . . , ' Henry 8bepard and wlfe.of West Salem, have been spending a few days with friends here. Scot Anderson it working at L. Her. rick's. O. E. Johnson is about to move his mill to a different location, Geo. Calkins baring bought the present site and desire Its re movaL . t ' : : . Tbe R. R. Co. have been putting In new guards at the crossings. - ; . - , ; ' ' Hail Columbia ': . -v ., '. July 80,'W. : Ml May Ledyard baa closed out her millinery business end returned to her home at Chatham. A number ol Impfovemeiita In build BE SOLD supplied with metal monlbs without any WELLINGTON. ing are being ma'de, and new buildings erected. The Messrs. Cephas Mjers, George W. Bartholercew and Stephen Richards have added to their building and tbe Messrs Henry Bradford, O. E. Johnson. Frank Dagnan and E. II. Row land have or are about to erect new dwellings. Rochester Is booming. Dr. T. S. Field has been sppolnied one of the examining pension surgeons for Lorain County. Congratulation. W. M. Crandall, has assumed the du ties of P. M. under tbe new dispensation sad In ttldilkm to having glveo us an ex cellent location promise to make a very successful and accommodating officer. The friends of W. 51. Phelps are urging him strongly to open a first class hotel - Mr, ill Garrison is visiting friend in Cleveland. -' ' , -.Egg1! cent, better 9 to 12. H.H. rmmitiD. JulyM. WoU. Mr, prant Hull, who hat been a great ufferer from that dreaded dlteaee con umptloo, died Saturday, July 37; funeral 8unday 1 afternoon at her late residence; Interment tn Pen field cemetery. Mrs. Frd Dague, Jr spent all of last week vltltlng her mother, Mr. Hurler, and other friends In Sufleld, Portage Co. On last Friday Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gardner were called to Lattlsburg, to at tend the funeral of their aged mother. Tbe past week baa been grand for hay. Ing and many have about finished up. Wheat It being threshed and Is yielding well Mr. Waller Smith and family are about to move to Wellington. Henry Eaalff. ol Spencer, has rented Mr. Smith' Isrrn and will take poaaeulon immediately. . A good rain Is very much needed la this vicinity. , . Jam. j " July U9, , While unloading hay with a hey-fork the pulley broke and struck Mr. J. C. Bnrlowj on the head, Inflicting 4 painful acalp wound which might prove faUL The :M. K. lestlval at WalU-r Smith's vas a complete success.' A large crowd gtoerl early, notwithstanding the busy season and Mr. and Mrs. Smith made all feel a; borne aa usual. Refreshments were wired. Mr. W. Pir't and family moved Wellington this week. While we hope their stay at Wellington may prove a bene fit to their children, we are eony to lose them from the society of the town, and hopo they will sometime return. , Mrs. Thorpe aad daughter, of Toledo, O , are guests of Jrs. Geo. Penfleld. - The Infant dungliter of J. O. Starr bus been very sick for the last week, but Is slightly improved at present. , Rev. 11. A. Castle leaves next week for a trip through tbe East and a visit to his old home In Maryland. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Audrews, a daughter, July 28.. Mr. Charles Beckham, who has been visiting at R. P. Baldwin,, returned to his home in New York, last week: He will return alter Septemebr 1st. accompalned by his wife. Mrs. Barlow, who for several weeks has been suffering from Inflammation of the eyes, Is now slightly belter. " HUNTISOTOM. ;' July 29, '89. The last quarterly meeting this confer ence yesr In the M. E. Church will be en Saturday at 2 p. at. and at 7:45 in the evening. Love feu.t at 10 and preaching at 11 on Sabbath morning. Eldei Hughes expects to be here doting all the services. Tbe W. H. M. Society will meet oa next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Carl Rogera. Mr. William June died last Thursday, the 25ih, ' He had been slowly failing for a lung time. He ha bad no detir to live. not wishing to get well tlnce his wlfedled a year ago last April. The luaerol wu at hi bouie on Saturday afternoon, Rev J. Long conducting tbe services. He leaves sevea children. Only three of tbetu were able lo be here Edwin, Mllo aat Wil liam. John Wblton and his daughter Elva and Loom Is Wbltoo and his wife and daughter were at tbe funeriL . Mr. Joiues DirUm, from Sullivan, aud Sidney Dirlam. from New London, spent Sunday with their mother at Theodore Dulam's. ' '' Mr. Long raised money to finish paying for the repairs on the church last Sunday. A pretty good day's work. ... v. r Mr. and Mrs, M. RSeg have little daughtiff boralaat Wwroeaday. ' Mb and Mrs. Will Gault haye a little son about two weeks old. . : -i Mrs. Asuotus Ledyard atteoded .'Mrs. Walker's funeral." She says Mr.' Ledyard is In very feeble heath,oaly being able to sit np long noough to have hi bed made. Mrs. Elizabeth Norton, 'Irom' Atwater, and Mrs. LucctU Falrchild, from' Wiscon sin, sisters ol Mrs. Wslker, arrived here the n ii day after she died. Mrs. Young man, from ' Atwuter, s niece of Mrs. Walktr, caine with them. Mis. Shaw, Mrs. J. Long's sister, re tumid to her home last week In time to attend her gruud mother's funeral ; on Wtdutsday. Mr. Millie Preston, Muj. Smead's duuRhtcr, returned to her home In Michi gan this week. . .', (juincy RouUon and Master Fred Baumgarrlner are viclttng at A. J. Rout soii's. fITTSKlKLU. July 80, 1889. Farmers have secured their wheat In fine cond ition. Threshing hu begun with various yields, from 10 to over 20 bushels per acre. The product at present price leave tbe balance oa tbe wrong side of the ledger. ' . Haying Is about over and a good crop hu been well saved, there being to little rain that a great deal did not get a sprinkle. . Oats are being cut and generally stand up well, making reaping much euier than a yeai ago. Pastures are getting short and cows are shrinking in milk, to that one who It ea gaged in hauling milk to town gave It u his opinion that there wu not enough milk In town to make a two horse load. Cheese ought to come np In price. A terrific storm Sunday afternoon lev elled fences, broke down trees aod floodtd the street around the Centre. The rain wu very acceptable, so tbe wind wu cheerfully consented to. Kinox. Jo'y 20, -89 Tbe weather Is quite warm and we are in need of rain aa, It is eulug very dry. Haying and harvesting sm about over and tome have oommenoed nutting oalt to-day. Mrs. Wm Clark, of Cleveland, la la town spending a few days with friends. . Mr. Bhattuck ts improving. Mr. William Bonner's people moved into their new house last week. . The M. . quarterly meetla wst held here Saturday aad Sunday. Dr. Hoyt preached Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning. The chicken pie supper given by the Ladlu' Aid Society of the M. E. Church at tbe residence of C L. Webber Friday evening wu well attended and all report good time. Net proceeds, t0.35. Mr. and Mrs. William Doucluss are spending a few weeks at Linwood Park ' enjoying the lake breezes- A number .of KIpton younir Dcoule went to tbe lake to camp Sunday after noon. . The ladles of the Disciple Church will give an Ice cream supper Friday evening, August 2nd. C.S. BRIGHTON. July 29.' '8D. ' Mr. and Mrs. S. Clark soent Sundav In Nor walk. Mr. and Mr.. W. Whipple, of Toledo. are visiting at J. C. Whipple's. Mrs.lL D. Gllson aod children, of Toledo, are visiting friends In town. Mrs. O. Cannae and Mrs. W. Bmmbv. of Camden, spent a day in town last week. Born A son to Mr. and Mrs. Averr Hardy. The Young People's Christian Endeavor society will hold a meetlne In the Con. gregatloaal church next Sunday evening. ins exercises will consist of music, select reading, essays and short addresses. me hum of the threshing machine la being beejd. Mrs. and Miss Simmons, of Wellington. spent a dsy In town last week. Wilson Hsynes spent the Sabbath In town. New. . j . UTCBl-lfcLJu. July 29, TO. Duvhl Atleo aad ftinilv, of Medina, vis ited friends in town over Sunday. Hollo Phillips, of Cleveland, is the guest of II. O. Nitket son. M. Sperry, of Galllon, visited relatives In town Wednesday last ' Miss Berths Hart, of Spencer, Is so journing at 8. Comatock's. Mr. A C. Benedict Is vlsltlog at ber daughter's. Mr. 8. R'igers Is quit sick bu not been able to do any work this summer The Robinson family gave a musical ea tertalnment two evenings bat week. We are informed, that tbe audience were pleased. We heart one man any after the entertainment that if tbe hat had been Baeeed he would hav pat something into " bv 'Another na Mid It wa worth 15 eents to hear eae selection rendered. ' Ed - Peck hu been dangerously sick the put few weeks. On Tuesday night It wu thought be was dying; but at pres ent writing he is somewhat better, and hopes are entertained of his recovery. Frank Peck, of Elsie, Mich., It visiting st the home of bis parents here. Mr. Pelton found a bundle In tbe road one dsy lut week. The owner of uld bundle can obta'n It by calling at hit bouse and giving a correct description of its contents. Dr. McEenzie end wife are calling on friends In Madison, O. Miss Ida Yeagley Is under tbe doctor's care. C. S. Simmoos, of Cleveland, called on friends here Saturday end Sunday. " S, Sears is erecting quite a large hay stack about 30x70 feet. He la using one of Ab Veagley's pateotmachlnes for stack ing hay. Those who would like to see how nicely the apparatus works should call at the scene of operations. The tennis tournament will be concluded the fore part of this week. Mrs. F. 8. Turner wu quite low last week, but at present writing is a little bet ter. A Handyslde koes with a ball club this week, playing la towns la the western part of tbe Bute. Mrs. Am Hull, nee Dague, died at ber home in PenflelJ, of consumption, on Saturday, July 97, )&?, aged 23 years. Mrs. Hull wu formerly a reeldant of Litchfield was married to Mr. Hull in the spring of bU She wu taken sick soon after her mining and hu been under the doctor's care since. Sbewu a member of the Baptist Church here. The funeral services were held at the house on Sunday afternoon. Rev. Hall preached the sermon. Caw. 8PBXCBB July 28, -89. Mia Dell Parent in at home on a visit from Michigan. Dr. A G. Willey bu gone to Lakeside. Mrs. Nora Waters, ol Medina, and Mist Derklns, of Cleveland, were the guests ol Mrs. A' Burt Saturday and Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dague attended the funeral of hie tUter, Mrs. Anna Hull, at Fennfteld Saturday. Mrs. Long, from near Pawnee, On wu the guest of Mrs. J.T.Orr Friday. , Mrs. Smith, of Orrvllle b visiting her tcn,N. Smith. ' . .... . Elmer Fernwslt, of Clarksfleld, wu la town Saturday and Sunday. . v .' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sharp havegoae to New . York and Philadelphia to ;Vlslt blends, Mr. Sharp hu been la. Indiana the pest yew In the tteaaa generator basl. A ball gam played between the La. Grange and Spencer boys resulted la a tcora ol IS to 17 la favor of Spencer. . " . Gladys. II I I I I ; h ! i. 'i i 1 : i i .i v, n I'"