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A Family : Newspaper. Devoted to tlae Interest of Loraia County and Vicinity. VQL. XXIII. WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1889. NO. 40. : v..-...;.-.- .... ..'. ' ....... . '"' . ... ' ! .-' . ' ' - - ; '- - ' . i - 1 ' I (7,Uj j I , THE HMHRPRISS, Published every Wednesday, at ' . WELLINGTON, OHIO. , Terms of Snbsorlotlont neYear '. . $150 Six Months... .-. 75 Three Months.... .... 40 : ATTOENEYS-AT-LAW. J.T.HASKELL. ATT0SS27-AT-LAW u. K0T1R7 PUSLIC. Loans and Collection! mado a specialty Office In bank building. J. H. DICKSON, ATTORNE Y-AT-L AW, ' and solicitor ot American and Foreign WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, WELLINGTON, - OHIO. NOTARY PUBLIC. KK. S4KWIN, loaiinino. Apont od Notary Ptibllo. Inmirauoe, diwls, mort tmret, wills. li'Hiu'.. eontmuiL utn., written In ' a no.! mid vjh muiinur. Oilloenvur Airaire'l boot Km) ithnt .itin,. . ' . TONSOntAL. EUCK3K ;iiil,KN. ltm Diirlwr. km pi ODnot th uvmiMt. monounvKiilpnt Har krShuiitlnuirii. D'llr HntKlMM arorkiuud mploywl. A full Mii'tinvut of hnlrollfcpo Biad.9 and hair rivUr,itlv,i. Cln bHtli rooina tiooinicctlon nii.l rnruihid nt all hour, with ot and oold wutur ittid nil mHteMary uotivol. aoea. Koouis, tfoulli altlit Ulwrty .trout. DKN'I IS . r. HJ. HOI. lilt. (K. Di'iitUL onio over Hmtwl i nore, In Hank Building, W.lllng-ton, Ohio. NItroul oxlda U admlu terad for th .xtraotlos of taato. Skwtelle's Art Gallery. Picture! In ey ery.tyle and rliiht up with the times. Hpeolal attention pnld to enlaritlnx In Crayon IuK. or Watr Colors and copylnic from old pictures. Old negatives all preserved and du plicates csn be hat at any time. Uallery over Lowlby & Uall's grocery. 1 . Pictures of all kinds. Finest work and latest styles. Copying and enlarging In Crayon. Ink and Pastel. . Special attention to the bablea. Crosier' Block, W.llinartoix, O. PHYSICIANS. E. HATHAWAY M. D. SPECIALTIES! Keclal dlipiues and dlaeaaes of the kladderand kidney.. Pile.. ulceration of tha rectum, flatula B auo, nwu.-ei and all prevailing diaaues of the ectura treated by an unproved sy.tam, without pain or detention from bu.ine... Di.ca.ea of the bladder and kldneystreated only . arier a caromi ana -proper anaivaia oi me uruia. OBlcaln . Carpenter Block - Wellington, O VETERINARY SURGEON. R.G.nOLLAND, Veterinary Surgeon d De&tist. ' Orders received at Telephone Exchange and at F. D. Felt'i drug store. Graduate Toronto Veterl nary College, class '87. ; L. B. PRATT, Veterinary Surgeon an. .enlist. Overtwenty-flve years of practice. Orders received at Adams' and Houghton's drug stores, Horses still taken for treatment at my Stable on Courtlaud Avenue. 4-22 JEWELERS. J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent, Dealor in Clocks, Watches, Jewelxy, 611 rerware, Gold Puns, etc. No. S, Public Square . Wellington , Ohio. BARRETT WAIT, J 5 3Cs LiveVy and Feed Stable; toutli Bide Mechanio Street, 6rst door east of American House. ' irrlagcs tor funerals lnslds corporation, 11. NOTI9E., h Ciihs inl Wer line, Oonvcyi Paseengeri 'and ' Baggage to 1 from trains or residences. . Also col ts and distributes KPKBaa, doing' a rul expressing and packagit buslneai. ve orders or telephone American ie. 87-ljr ' n. S. 8nrraT, Pro. ' & J. J. THOMAS, Manufacturer Of And Dealer In , Monuments S Tombstones Everytlilng pertaining to cemetery work will receive prompt attention at prices to suit the limes. . (3U PLANING MILL: , D. L. WADSWORTH & CO., Manufacturer, of and dealers In Sooxsi Sasjl). and Blind Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds of Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Battens, Mould. Ines and Flooring. Siding made and Bur face Planing done to order on short no tice; WiiLUJNUTUiH.U. HOYT & BENSCHOTEN, Dealers In and Manufacturers of FURNITURE UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, A Pull Line ot Goods Always In Stock. Arterial Embalming a Specialty. Pictures Framed to Order. A good varl ety of Mouldings to select from. N E. Corner of Square. Wellington, 0 Dr. H. E. Warren, Office and residence In Post office build ing. Cnlls answered at all hours in city or country. Offloa Hours 2 to 5 p m. Pratt k Herrick, GENERAL FEED AND Ml Free delivery to any part of the corpor ation. Kaiiroaa street, Wellington, U. COAL! NEW FIRM! COAL! M. L. BUSH Si CO ' Would respectfully announce to the eltiiens of Wellington that they are now on deck, and oreDared to take orders for all kinds of hard and soft coal which they will sell tot cash at the lowest living prices. A share of your patronage is solicited. M.L.BCSII ft CO. C. E. SUTLIFF, Z2T COAZi Anthracite, Massillon, Jaoksonand Bloeaburg. Terms Caali and Prices Low. Ofilce on West Liberty St., Telephone 49 TRAVELERS' rfEGISTER. ME HIE 1 1 1 1. El om and after May 1,1B89, train, will pus Wei ington as follow; QOIKO WIST. Standard Tims No 1-N.T A Ht. I., fast line 1:48a.m. No.SS-Ind.and Wheeling 1 8:liia.m. No. Clu.ACol x S:0Sa.m. No. 8 Special N.Y. Clu. Kx U:lSp.m rsr .27 Col'i A Wheeling Accom.... :4Hp. m No. S-Night Ex 9:ii6p.m No. 81 -Loc.l Freight 8:12 a.m. No. HS-Uahon Local Freight 3:16 p. m. OOIN0 IA8T. No.-St.L. 4 N. Y Expre.a tU lBa.m. No 8-Ntght Bx S:)B)a.m. No.gO-ttallon Cleve'd Ac 7:46 a. m. No.l'i-HpeclalHt. Loula A N. Y.Ix. 1:46 p.m. No. 1M Wheeling, Ind. andCleva.x 4:Mp.m. No. Cincinnati 4 Cleve'd Ex 8:34 p.m. No. 4 Cincinnati Limited JExpre...... 1:48 a. m. NoS Local Freight.... 4:28 p.m. No.SO-rtiallon Local Freight .18:16 p. m. No, 1, 6, (, 8, 9 and 13 ran daily. t Trains .top on signal. . mum l lill till EAILROAD, Cleveland tc Marietta R. R. From and after June S, 1AH9. train, wlllp... Well ingion a. ioiiuw. j OOI NO EAST. Standard Tim. No. S.Ua.m. No. 6 ,11.00a.m. . No. 7 4.10p.m. . No. 7.48 pm. OOINO WEST. No. 4 10.6Sa.rn. No. 8 8.18p.m. iSo. 8 7.4o.m. " Jto.10 6.06 a.m. Noa. l.Sandf dally j other, dally ex. Sunday. Furthertnformationlnregardto this 11a. will befoundonpareS. OIIKIILIN. Arrive dally, S:0U a. m. Depart, 1 :S9 p. DirNTlNOTON. aCU.IV AM and POLK, trrlva dally, 11. -i a.m. . r),pn.i PENPIELD. Arrive dally. 9 a.m. Departl0u..m GENERAL . INSURANCE AGENTS For Fire, Life, Accident and Tornado. The beat eompanles In the United States repre sented by us. Office north aide Liberty street second Door Wadsworth block. I31W Butlaesi College Stands at the head. Oberlln College Writing Ira't.' nhrrlin HchAjl of Btenaoranhv and Typerritlng, and Oberlln Buaineaa Cotlfge, ' an connected. Kxpenaea low, tsMroctlon Ihor 'ough and conraea complete. Circular free. . Addrtas MckMUt ft UKNDHH80N, ObcrUa, C BloedrlM.riiMarfirBlaSdMSo' all, al Err,. i. im 1ta araMWlllr aaS Dinilir rlj? J. And yet some clothina; men will exhanst enough wind for a well or ganized cyclone to misrepresent their business. They would have you think that they possess ALL the business qualifications in their line, and that others must know nothing 'at all, because they know it all. In- a few years they claim to have amassed such a fortune by selling you clothing "way below cost" that they can dictate .to the jobber and ."snuff out" the competitor; and yet when you look over the Tax Duplicate you will find that some of these "Big Stock" and "know it all" fellows, not a thousand miles from the Cheese City, who "have more goods than all the other oiothing houses in the county" will actually swear that they haven't one-third as much as some of their modest competitors. ,v- V How do you like it, Mr. Farmer you nho pay tax on 160 rods of each acre of land youjpossess txAave a "Big Windy" tell you that his brain is so big and his stock SO large that he can "knock out" everything, and then when it comies to sharing the public burden have him swear that his stock in trade is' not one-third as valuable as that of an ignorant competitor? Where does the "wonderful suc cess" of misrepresenting come in, in the advertisement or the affida vit made to the assessor? Let us advertise facts, and not injure the reputation of an honorable business by windy misrepresentations. Ve don t claim to have filled and well conducted stores one in Wellington and one in Elyria. Having had over a score of years experience, we know something about clothing. Come and buy at the LOWEST -LIVING PRICES, without humbuging, and when our store gets low we will get more. We don't want it all at once; it would get old, but of style and shelf worn, and. groping through the musty piies our mind would become so cobwebed that we couldn t tell the different"? jet ween the styles of miy years ago ancmaw . .. t - ' A. M. FiTCH, Clothier. Next to -Otterbacher's, WELLINGTON. Next to Savings Bank, ELYRIA. TEE MS Aj Cithered ,r Our Special Corresoanients. All About the Happenings and Special Events In their Immediate Vicinity. SltlXIVAX Bcpt, 30, 11389. Mr, Geo. McConnell's family has been having a serious time with milk sickness, to which their part, of town will likely always be subject. We are glad to hear that at present writing the; are all Im proving. ' . Mrs.' Win. Goodyear has gone to Michi gan to visit ber mother and other relatives. Mrs. Dora Longwood, of Michigan, is visiting here. Mrs. Gorham and Kitty Herrick, ot Cleveland, were here last week visiting relatives. , Mrs Chnrlotte Adams, of Connecticut, Is here looking up old Iriends.' The Misses Maud and May Mann spent Tuesday and Wednesday of last week at Geo. Msnn'B of Ruggles. P. W. Frluk spent the most of last week in Elyria with bis children. " " Wllllle Deem ' has gone to Hiram to school. Success to you, Willie, Miss C. Pritchaid and Louise Campbell go to Bethany this week. The Rev. Streator will leave for Royal- ton In about three weeks. The friends of Mrs. Streator made a surprise party for her on Wednesday even ing, It being her birthday. About twenty five were present' The rain deterred many, out of town. , Mrs. Dlantba Clark Is very sick. Her disease Is progressive paralysis. ' .We, are sorry to hear that we are to lose Edgar Rogers from nur town, as he has recently Durchssed a handsome village property in Troy, and on account of poor health will rent bis farm and go there. Quite a good many went to Ashland on Saturday to attend the yearly meeting of the Disciples of the 6th district. , Mrs. Hartwell, of Cleveland, also Mrs Ed. Frink, of Elyria,' were Id town over 8andsy. . . , v ,.. :, . Duo, - ' iPINCER. '.'.,'.. 'Oct. 1,169.' The chicken pie sapper Saturday even ing was well attended. Proceeds $31 A ball game Saturday at Litchfield be "The ; smallest truth can better ''stand;'' . The wear and tear and racket Thare any lie that has to have -Ten other lies to back it." all the goods, but we have two well I . ... - v - r-.?.;: tween Litchfield and Spencer boys. Score, 11 to 23 in favor of Spencer. J. W. Freeman baa gone to Ann Arbor, Mich., to attend school. , Mr. Brighten spent Snlurday and Sun day at F. Grlsslnger's. Mr. Allls, wife and daughter from Chatham, visited at J. C. Murray's Satur day. ' , Misses Sade and Nan McCoy of Pen. Meld, were the guests of W. D. Orr's over Sunday, M. U. Huffman and family started Tuesday, the 24th for Kansas and Iowa, to visit friends and relatives. Miss Stella Krebba from Penfleld was the guest of E. Krebba over Sunday. Mis Greenfield and friend lrom Nor walk a. 4 visiting at B. Odell's. J. M. Beaton and family have gone to Pennsylvania, where he expects to attend school. A county sunday school convention will le held at Spencer, the Oil) and 10th of October. ... - Gladys BRIGHTON. Sept 30, '9. The political campaign was to have been opened by our Prohibition Iriends on Wednsday evening September 25, by a speech. The speaker was on hsnd but the audience failed to appear, so the speech was postponed to an Indefinite future. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Griggs are visiting In Michigan. . Mrs. Ruth Decker, ot Elyria, spent the Sabbath in town. - Married on Sept 24th, at Elyria. Mr. John Caswell to Miss Alice Peek all of Brighton. Mr. D. M. Hall and wife, Dell Johnson and wife and Mr. O. M. Glllett and wife attended the county fair at Elyria last week. , , Mrs. George Knapp spent the Sabbath In Rochester. News. HUNTINGTON, - Sept.SO.'SO; There was no meeting In the M. E. church last Bunday. , The Baptist church was well filled and listened to a good sermoa on "Justifica tion by Faith." In the evening the Bap tist Bunday School gave an old fashion concert which was very Interesting. The pieces read and reclU-d weie all on the subject ot Missions and tho music was very appropriate. , " Tuesday evening ths MiU society of theM. E church serve ic cream and cake at Mr. Fcnwlck's, On Friday evening the Baptists hold a "Bog Social" at the Parsonage to which everybody is cordially invited. Dr. W. It. FJder and wife, from Terre Haute, were calling on friends here Sslur. day. We are always glad to see them. Mrs. J. C. Lang, from Pennsylvania, baa been visiting her mother Mrs. Hart, and leaves for a visit in Texas next Monday morning. Mrs. Hazellon has been staying with a sister in LaQrange for some time as her health is very poor, but she is home now fur a short time. Dr. Lee from Akron, was la town hut ing two or three days last week. Also friends of Elmer Wadsworth from Akron, came out to see him and have a good hunt The game In this section consists of squirrels. Grace West and her mother were visit ing In town a few days. The dust op party was well attended, (he house being full and all report a jolly time. Mrs. Wm. Haskln spent the past two weeks at Brooklyn, with a niece very sick with typhoid fever, getting better now. Minnie Dirlam Is vbltlng In Clyde. PITTHFIKLD. Sept. 30, '89. Mrs. Klnusbury our postmistress, who has been for a long time very ' anxious to be relieved of the onerous duties of the office, bas at length been somewhat re lieved by the appointment of a successor In the person of Mr. Clarence S. Sheldon ti the post. He will enter upon bis duties as soon as bis commission arrives, be having bought a building and will move it onto a site on the east side of the road opposite the preseut postofflce building. Mr. William Jordon from Michigan, Is on a visit to his son, mother, brother and sisters. Mr, Frank Sheffield bis gone home lrom a visit to Northern New York, the Province of Ontario, Canada, and Detroit Michigan, having traveled completely round Lake Erie. "No place like borne." Rev. U. Richards has returned from Con ference and la bis own successor, on this circuit. There haa been some mean skulking, petty tbelving in our place last week. U "RlcbarrApnrapMosTrBd iTrimJa have bean stolen and a tu cup carried off from the town pump at the center. Mrs. W. Sllic and JUrs. U. Fulton are very sick. Wheat sowing and corn cutting pretty well along. Roads somewhat muddy. M. ROCHESTER. Sept. 30, '89. Rochester turned out twelve to McKlo ley's speech at New London last Mondsy evening. All were wcu pieasea wun, ana some said it was the best speech they bad ever listened to. H.P. Lewis died Sept 8, at the residence ot bis daughter Mrs. Frank Cmpbell, at the age of 87 years. He was born In 1802 at Kent, Putnam Co., N. Y. The remaius were taken to Elyria. The house belonging to J. T. Sheets, on Main St., is being Improved. John rkees, who , has been visiting friends in Mlchignu hns returned. While in Michlgun.Mr. Skees met and talked with the brother of the Inte President Garfield, who, although a very good man, Mr. Skees thinks would have to go a yerytlong way to begin to rival his illustrious Irotber in ability. ... O. E. Johnson has abojit finished bis new bouse. Verne, a son of Mr. Kelcbunv, while playing around a cider mill, had his finger caught and ci uslied between two wheels. Rev. Geo. Knapp Is attending the North Ohio Methodlstconference at Sandusky. PKMF1KI.D. Sept. 80, -SO. Rev. M. L. Starr filled the M. E. pulpit last fjundny in the absense of the pastor who was attending conference. Mr. Hugh Chambers and family hi ve moved In with Lis son on the old home stead. . Rev. Mr. Alberson and wile have taken np their abode In the parsonage. Many ot our town's people a'tended the fair at Elyria last wed. Jakf. How's ThiiP We offer 1100 Reward for any case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Car. F. i. thene) a L'a Proo'rs, Toledo, O. . P 8 Hall's Catarrh Cnre Is taken In ternally, acting directly upon be blood and mucus surlsces of the system. PH 70c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. , . Woitliingtoii Letter. " Prom onr Regular Correaponrieat. , Washington. Sept. 27, 1889. TheJ President and Mrs. Harrison re turned to Washington this afternoon. This ' time they have fome to stay, nud the . White House ngaiu becomes the center of public interest The real work of the administration will now Win I To-morrow a meeting of the cabinet will , oe ueio 10 discuss a number of Important mutters, not thi least of which will be " who Is to succeed Corporal Tanner as 1 Commieaoner of pensions. ' The President already haa his message ' to Congress sketched In outline. The ' details will of course require many con sultnlions with the members of his cabinet and the party leaders. , ; Representative Bcb. Buttcrworth, the popular son of Ohio, who baa just re- : turned from a trip to Europe, was given s welcome home to-night that must have ! warmed his big heart to its Innermost parts. At least three thousand people took part in the reception which was held In the old skating rink. Hon. S. 8. bhellabarger , delivered the address of welcome and a number of other gentlemen, Including Senator Sherman, made short speeches. The reply of Mr. Butterworth was a gem In Its way, and could have been made by few men so" well. Mr. Butterworth will take the stump in Ohio for Governor Forsker in a lew days. . The reception was held under the auspices ot the Ohio Republican Association of this city. Senator Sherman Is urging the sppolnt ment ot ex-representative Brown, of Ohio as Commissioner of pensions He told Secretary NobleJ that the resignation ot Mr.Tanner.owiug to the peculiar andjsome what mysterious circumstances attending It, was doing the party much harm In Ohio, and that he thought the appoint, ment of Mr. Brown would be (he best means of restoring good leellng among the Ohio veterans. , Almost a quorum of the Senate bas been In Washington during this week. The majority of the Senators were only here for a day or two, ns they return from their summer vacation,' and had little to say on political matters. At least a dozen of the shrewdest newsDarjer men In town successively tackled Senator Quay for an interview but tbfj junior Senator Xrora the . Keystone State knocked them out In one, two, three ordet without "the slightest tumble. There are few men In public life harder to interview than Mr. On. and yet no man is easier to approach. Secretary Windora bas asked for and rn. eclved the resignation of J. K. Kimball, Director of the Mint, and Col. Switzler Commissioner of Statistics. Mr. E. O. Leech, who bas been in the office for a number of years, and who is now acting Director of the Mlnt.will assume that office October 15, when Mr. Kimball's reMirna- tion takes effect The tYashinffton of Mr. JoseDh Nimmn. whom Mr Switzler succeeded earlv in the ria- land administration, makes it generally oeueveu mat be is to take his old place. .e.very iongressman who favors soma other city as the place for holding the American Exposition in 1893 has Wash Ington for a' second choice, which m,io. it certain tbat Washington will be se lected. Glorions "Brewster." One of the features of the couuty fair which attracted attention, and commanded the admiration of the large crowd present Saturday afternoon, was the exhibition trot by "Brewster," the handsome stallion owned by Finch, Lord & Nelson, of this city. "Brewster" is a great favorite, and Justly so, of all who know him. He is an ideal animal a beauty in every sense ol .' the word and possessing qualities which place him in the front rank of the most famous horses In the west In the exhi bition trot Saturday a fine performance was anticipated, and when the beautiful . animal came upon the track his appearance was the signal for applause from his many admirers. "Brewster" seemed to under-... stand what was expected of him for never before did he move with a prouder step. He was driven by Mr. Tbos. Drew, and without any apparent effort he trotted a , half mile in 113, (a 2:81 gait,) a quarter lu thlrly-five seconds, (a 2:20 gait,) and came down the home stretch at a 2:10 gait. , This remarkable feat astonished all who witnessed it and none were more greatly surprised thin the horsemen aronnd the judge's stand' who, though expecting a . fine exhibition, eta not prepared for any. thing qnile so grand as that And that ' Brewster," though previously having ma-la a record of 2 .16, should have made s'ich fast time without having been trained ' this year, Is indeed remarkable. As many of our readers know be bas made the season at the fair grounds in this city, and no attempt has been made tJ lit him for the track. We doubt If he has' an equal In the west, and certainly Burllngame la .i justly proud in the possession of so One a specimen of horse-flesh.' Long live J '' "Brewster," and may he aver belong totj Burllngsme. Osage County Chronicle. ' t. ,;,, .. ; ...:,;,.y ;iJ ot