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e"HHS600SS . ISSUED I VKET "WEDNESDAY. A Family Newspaper Doyotod to tho Interest of Lora la County and Vicinity. VOL. XXIII. WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1889. NO. 50. . ' . A- h A ,.' mimhhm8 . f " - GOOD ADVERTISING I If 1 7 iiY-'liyaMT. mmtes IP' ( - 1; COMPORT, And How to Obtain it, ... :.: . The Patent Overcoat, : i with Rubber1 Cloth be tween the woolen outside cloth and the liningjkeeps out wind and rain as well as a brick wall. This is the, second year, i, Those i who wore them last win- 5o '0 ter pronounce them the ne plus ultra of comfort able inventions.' They are to be obtained m Lo- El raint county A;'Mr FITCH, At Ins "store r6nLirJcrty street, Wellington, X)., and at V tore next ,door to savings ,bank,Elyria, 0. ' ' TRAVELERS' REGISTER. in w 1 1 i I'm, .. . ,..-, i , From tod after Dec. 1 , 1988, trains will pit! Well ington aa follows: .' I CKSTRAL STANDARD TIME. OO1N0 WEST. J Ko l-Cln.CorKx :aia.m. No. 5 South Waatarn Ex i,. JiOSp. m. No ll-N.Y. bl.L. Ki J.rD.m. No. 27 Columbus Accotu............ 6:411 p.m. No. U Nirtit Kx ,.. 9:28p.m. Ho. 81 Local Freight 7:.' a. a, OOINQ CAST. No a-Wghi Kx., .' :W. a. Tio.M-ClevebD Accom.... :46. a. No. lx Bolh WwUrn Ki. I:iup.m. No. t Cinclonrntl CU.'d Xx (:i6p.n. No -Locl Freight.. 1:1X1 p.m. ; . Cleveland & Marietta S. E. fiom.nd ftsrJnno J, lSHO.tr.ln.wlllp... Well ingroo .. follow. : J , . ftOIXO EAST. ' - SuidnrdTIa. No. 1 8. 12 a.m. No. I lO.W. ra. No. T .lp m. No.i 801 put. No. 17 (Loc.li MSp.m, OOtNO WBIT. No. 10...;,... 4.30..m. lO.M.m. No... H.ISp.m. Mo. I... ... 8.S7p.m No. II (Local) t20p.ra. Roa. l.landldalljr: oiheradllj x. Bandar. yartb.rtnformatioDlnrojrardto tbla II.. will befonudon partt. SALESMEN . WAKTEXX To eanvau (or the sale of Nur.err Stock. Steady emploimeut guaraoted, SaJUuryaad EzpaaaM paid to aucoesful men. Apply at ono, .Utlni age. Mention tbla paper. Hill BED'S COKPm, SnfhnUr. I.!, Th I a nrw ?erta)l nnudr for th. enr. of Dt . I! : m.tl.m.Oat.rrh.brop.rBWulPlm nd Ik roptW. od Blorrf. Llw and fholrmwhll. ItNtoatj. d ljjjja ft 1. lb.'oH xoniloal bipod ,f 1 v. of f.'fi 1 AND NEW PRICES CALL AND EXAMINE MY STOCK OF Groceries AND 'Provisions Before purchasing elsewhere. Flour, Meal, Buckwheat Flour, T. Coffee, Sugar, Tobacco, Segars, Spices, Confectionery; in fact, everything usually kept in a first-class grocery and provision store. S. L. SAGE. North side Liberty St. Wellington, OVERLOAD OF FURNITURE. E. P. French 4 Co. 88 Prospect St, Cleveland, r overloaded with haodaoaie, medium and low priced furniture. Latest design, and lowest price.. 1 ITCHING! and Irritating Eruptions and .veiy form of akin and blood disease, from a oommon Pimple to th. worst cam of Scrofula, can be cured by the na. of Blodblldar. the new Testable Blood Puri fier. Internally, and Col.'. CsrbolUaJre, the Great Skin Bamedr, Mteroallr. Bludbllder Is concentrated vegetable extract and poMCMee wonderful ton to, alteratlr. and blood pnrlytng oualltlc It renew, and enrlahea tb. blood and throogb It reaobe. every part of tbe body. Impart, lif. .nd vigor to all Its functions and strengthen, and build, np the system. It t. the best known remedy for all Sorowlnua ComplalnU. Ki Vifrwias, XeMma, Botb, Tumors. Mtra tUU rvjlaorriw. end ConHUuticmal DUarift, IllUafcaa. Wwylei and EruptUmi tf Urn Skbt, IDuumaUtm, and all disease. eauMd by an Impoverished or oompted oondlUoa of tht blood. Baaall tosas aad pleea.nl Ute. , fit f.r ry p-H-wrsl rnlr by J. . . w , lo., U.i :V. ' i'lls, Wla, New Store Moods LtMmi It Car S::::ilC:"!::::i;:'.!. All About the Happenings and 8peclal Erent.ln their Immediate Vicinity. ., . AMHERST., ,;' ' ' ',,. ' .. DecOso. 'Yours TrulyH hag been nnable to write much ' news along back, hence our apology. ' H. M. Durand, of Wellington, made calls In Amherst a few days ago. F. D Wyatt returned from a week's visit In New York lately. Dr. 0. T. Maynard made calls on Am herst friends recently. He will settle In Elyria again. R. B. Petty cut his hand quite sererly w lib. an az a few days ago. . Win. Harper has moved into his new dwelling on Mala street Geo. Thompson has moved into the house vacated by Mr. Harper. . J. II. Harpster's chlldpn have . been very sick for some time but are now con valescing quite rapidly. Miss Lena Porter of Henrietta visited at A. Wright's last week. Mrs. L. Ferguson and daughter Nellie vUtlted friends In Wellington, LaGUange, Oberlln and Klpton last week. Gibson Bros, are selling; goods In the old school building since their store .was burned. H. Melon lost a valuable kit of tools at the Are last week.' i . y -' ; ' Gibson Bros store wss entirely destroyed by fire on the morning of Duo. 1, a' difec live chimney was the cause The show cases, a lew dry goods and some Hour was all that was saved of, their stock'.; The new part was to have . been flotshed tout day and they had it well filled with good. None of the goods on the second floor were saved and that Included nearly all of their stock of clothing Jo which the J bad just i added f 1,000 worth, Tbeestl mated loss is $10,000 with an iosuranco of 15.000. - They will , prolxibly . rebuild ' Mr. and Mrs. A. WrigWt bare returned from a week's visit with friends In Find lny. ( . , HUNTIMOTOa. ,', ' . Dec. 0. '89. The M. E. Sunday school are preparing lor a Christmas concert. Tliey hope also to give the "Flag festival" during the holidays. ; ''').':' The choir of the Baptist church give Musical entertainment oa Thursday even ing st eight o'clock at tbe hotel. Ad mission leu cents, to finish paying for the new music books for tbe church. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dirlam and Mr. Theodore Ulrlam, attended the funeral oi Alfred liuct bison the husband of their sister Mary, in CI; do on Sunday Dev. 8. Miss Alice Douglass spent Sunday wilu bcr school friend Mr. Lepba Haskins. Mr. Will Smith and J. ' B. Robinson spent Sunday In Cenlerlon, Huron Cik, Those who dance must pay tbe fiddler and It is just as true, those who go to law must par tbe lawyers and the costs, the costs often being the largest bill. Henry Cole Las moved Into the Saners house. ' . Mr. John Skees of Rochester, has moved into the El wood houe, , A literary society was started .t the center last Friday nUbt it will meet every Friday evening.. All Interested in improving their minds during the long evenings this winter sro cordlaty invited- Mrs. Pappenhagen spends the lost part of this week In Cleveland. Mrs. Haskins Is on the sick list' UOCU ESTER. , ' - Deo. 7,139. Lewis Barnes has Joined the arm;-of benedict, and has settled down to life under his own vine and fig tree. ' Since November 13th, P. L. Kessler has shipped over seven hundred rabbits lo the eastern markets. s. . Mrs. Charles Conklln visited with her mother, Mrs. Thos. Stnrrow, last week. ' J. E. Dyer has finished bis season's work for A. Stbrrow, and taken up bis resi dence in Nova, where he will attend school the coming winter. . ' Hail. Columbia. litchfield. Dec. 9, '89. A. D. Iltill hoi been confined to tbe house with neuralgia In the face. , Mr. and Mrs. Mell Tamer were made bsppy by a girl. - . P. O. Shank and U. Tamer havo de cided to have a shooting match with shot guns and rifles Deo. S4. They intend to give every one a good chance to win a fowl or turkey, and all gunners will be welcome. Mrs. C. Kenelly is making a short visit at ber sister's In Lorain and her old home In Poll ti "vot : fisu. ni e ij MfIca 'Uti'S'iiKU church next Sunday owing to the absence oi toiler nail. ' . Owing to the absence of Mr. Evans bv the il'.oeM and death oi his brother, the pupils of the High school have had a week's vacation. t . ; . : - Some of the small bovs enlnv.rl a rlav of skating lsst week. The ice Was re- ported fine and none missing. . '. " ' .' You Enow.. " . .. . ' SPENCER. ' ' " Dec. 9, '89 George BtlmDsoo. from Lodl. waa In town on. day last week. , . , , Quarterly meeting will be held id tbe M. E. Church the 31st and 12nd." ' ' Miss' Romic is helping Rev. L. M. Snyder through his protracted meetings. ltev. Mr. Clark, tronr Cleveland, filled the pulpit at tbe F. W. B, church Sunday Jlifs Alary Cav In is suffering with a felon. :' H. B. Daugheriy, irom Wellington, was in town over Sunday.. ( Mrs. Cbas. Hendee has gone to Mlchl. gad to visit hef brother. ". Mrs. Nolen spent a few d ijs with Rev. Mrs. Bnyder last week. We are sorry to say that Rev. Mr Smith and family ant going to leave us, and move back to Pennsylvania. . . . .. A surpris) party, for Miss Florence Hendee last Friday evening. Gladys. ; : A Letter from Floida. ft c . Lake Helen, Flu Dec. Snd, 1889. Editor of T Eiriaraia.: Perhkpa some who will rend this sketch have visited the South and know more aboot it than I do, as I have been here but a short time, but those who have not hero so fortunate may be' Interested. Mrtny, undoubtedly, have never heard of this place and wonder where it la. Lake Helen Ik situated 130 miles south of Jack sonville, S miles east of St John river.- 20 miles lmn tho Atlantic ooat, and about 73 miles from the Gulf of Mexico. It Is far enough south to exape any severe frost, snd north of (be extreme heat and other undesirable feat uri ot the more southern portions. . . It Is on high pine land, surrournled by britutlful fresh water lakts, all connected l'V r-revs. and are clear tunning water .... , . . K4--r-a(vnno- SI ici f.nf 4. The tbwa w;i tn-atit, plain.- ,i If.! out by the Hon, jl A. IUnd, a nnn of Iwge means, who bas don. So much for. Flor. ida, havinjf stnrted th. town bearing his n iine, and several other towns near here. A few ' years ago, after the tide of nortU ern travel had set in this direction, his eye fell upon this spot, charming even In its wildnes, and he saw that it possessed natural advantages of situation,, soil snd cliinalu which wonld eventually make it a center of population and successful In. dustry. . ' It was Drat fiirveyeo In 1884. The tow A limits embmca alxmt a suitre mile on boili sides ot the most beautiful ol the chain of . lake, lying on the "Orange Ridge" of V'riusia county, and both the town and lake aru named (or his only daughter, Helen. He at one creeled a fine hotel, a beautiful tw.t-rt.wy building nearly 300 feet long and 73 feet wide, with wide verandiM on three sides ; this be named for his only son, Harlan. It Is situated on Lakeview Avenue, in a park comprising ten acres, where enough pine tree, are left standing to afford a pleasant shade, and all kinds of troplcul fruits and plants are scattered over It. Across tbe street, on the shore ol the lake is another park where shrubs and plunts, rnstlo seau and summer bouses are found in every corner. At the edge of tbe lake It a pretty . bonl nouse, where a fleet ot Itoats, fitted up with carpels and cushions, b kept for tu. use of tbe guests. This is Lakeview park. Across Maine St. which runs east and west, aie the hotel gardens, where all kinds of vege tables are now growing, and for their Thanksgiving rHnnet they gathered green peas, tomatoes, lettuce, radishes and potatoes.- On the east side ot the lake oppoite Lakeview park, are tho South Florida nunerie. where every rarity of fruit and plant, except thnse which can only grow in extremly hot or cold countries Is louod. There are not a. many fine dwelling houses on thU side of the lake; It i. mostly orange groves. A beautiful cot tage on Lemon Avenue Is called" Belle vue cottage!" This stands some distance back from the street and Is surrounded by plants, trees and shrubs of sll kinds. A walk bordered with rose which are cov. ered with blossoms every day In the year, loidl to the door. The other streets are Orsnge, Tangerine, and Prevalt Avenue. Lake Helen was literally "made to order." and the local ion 1 everything that is de sirable In regard to health, beauty, cli mate, soil, etc. ' The sol) around the lakes is rich black loam or muck, and io the higher lands Is sand. Three successive gardens can be raised in a Tear on tbe mock lands, and after a thing Is once stat ted In th s and It never stops growing. The V wt proportion plaut will assume twInr'Vil'r iny. o tw.fi U ullU IU..VU.OUl tUwJ.'U ... , 1 liJ. wCVk lo correspondence with parties who came here and settled in the pine woods only two years sgo In November, and I know there could have been nothing' growing here then, I could not believe it possible that vegetation could grow so rapldjy. But on this plaee which only two yoais ago was but a wild waste of pine woods, I see lemon tree, laden with fruit In all stages from the b'oseom to the ripe trait, guava bushes with branches so full they sweep the ground, fig trees with trult on them, an arbor covered with grape vines, a mulberry from which I can pick the fruit from my chamber window, a height of fully twelve feet, besides limes, persim mons, citrus fruits, bananas, pineapples, peaches, pears, plums, grapes and a pro fusion of rose busbes covered with blos soms to-day, a trumpet lily with a stock two Inches In diameter.umbrella trees five or six high, a rose gersnlum and a lan taua each of which will measure ten feet from the tips ol their opposite branches, and an almost endless variety of ahrubs and vines of a slzn which In the north it would take six yeun to reach and then only with the greatest care and protec tion. When a child I often wondered where "Jack's" wonderful bean stalk grew and I was sometimes inclined to doubt the truth of the story; but now alter see ing tbe rapid growth of what they call hero Florida beans, I have concluded it must have been that kind of a beau, aud grew right here. . The salubrity of the climate la berom' question, situated as It is on an eminence surrounded by clear running water and pine forests. Owing to u peculiar , by favorable location, the health of the pluce Is exceptionally good. Malarious disease are almost uu known and the comparatively tew other ailments from which the"Crackers" suffer are of a mild type and readily yield to treatment; consequently the physicians here literally enjoy (?) a long summer vacation, or might, were it not for the Northern people wbcome here In the laat stages of consumption 'or some other disease equally as bad, too far gone to find a cure in ony clime. Though Vie sight ol myriads of flowers whose blos som seeiniugly never wither, the Iqxury ol having every kind ot trait and delicacy to tempt the palate, tho baluiy breeze Wowlnjr fmw-oceaa to" gull," eiueHorutlng winter's cold sod teuix'ring the urn Diet's heat," aiiddis? long, of countless birds never ceasing from Junuary fliit to Oe cembcr last, is almost enough to woo ouu Irom the very embrace of the "grim d'S- troyer" The town contains only about S00 In biibltiinia, but there are many of wealih ami influence Irom Die North, moil of whom Mr. DcLuud was lortunute enough to eoliM in the beginning ol his enterprise. Tbo! the growth of the place has been rapid and the buildings are elegant, mod ern and picturesque. The Congregational chinch Is sn ele g nt structure, in a sort of modernized Gothic stylu. Th'i depot and other pub lic buildings are all built h a tasteful unique and suUtuullnl uninncr. The principal streets are Euclid and Lakeview Avenue and Summit and nigh streets running north and south. Lake view being the businees street, and Eu clid baviug some of the prettiest dwel lings on It. There are a number ot streets running east and wejt, Maine, Washing ton, Delaware, Garden, Ohio, and some other. There are several business houses here, but no saloons' or disreputable places, as It Is s strictly Prohibition town Tivday is the second of December, and the weathei remind u of a warm, pleas ant day In October, the window and doors a-e all open, mud is unknown, snow Horn something to tell the children about, bill iards never heard of, mid we wonder what tho weather in Ohio is today, the land where Rfpublloms are howling, Prohibitionist .re gnashing their teeth, and the song of the Democrats Is again beard in the land. , Mrs. L. C. Hazel. New from the Comity Seat. Judge Lewi Is still holding court, and it woiklnif tbe docket i ff with commend able rapidity . The civil and criminal business dis poned of 1 as follow Alice Uurfe vs John H E :r. money only (sbinder); dlsmlbsed an I eota tab1. ti 11 Richardson vs Alton II Movers, money ,,. I nued. W li I h'iiiiiinu Md.niuUlr.itor vsTho. l'ickworth, iniiiiey only. .Sultlud and cosh p. id. . s in-i-l K'ndi-lgu v James Jackson, money only. Sen led and costs paid, no record. Ohio ex. rel Maxgiu I'yUr vs Charles Walker, pe:we pK ceding. Defendant held for c--t ami lull lit Ike sum ot $100. . J C McLaughlU v M- uen'X Kellogg, money oul. .Vpieal by defendant Continued. Estella Moon vs Edward D Moon, di vorce. Divorce granted plalntiiT and custody of minor children. TiVr rnir,ti Mrie rll1". r ltrC4.il .! . Aibt;.itleil, ., Henry Haynes vs Geo Proper, money only. . ' First National Bank of nonneanlvlll.. vs Vernon B Phelps, money only. Judg meni lor plaintiff 1206. Lottie Gregory vs William Gregovr. divorce, Divorce granted and chanra o name. Samuel K Laundon vs the W4I.1 Railroad Co., money and equitable reliel ueiamt. Judgment for nlaintiff ta.108 Adolphns B Scranton va Zelnh i Battle et aL partition. Partition ordered Alonzo .Gaston administrator vs the I 4MB Ry. Co.. monev onlv. Jnrlir. m.nt 1103.73. . Milo H Williams vs Cella Williams. V enforce performance of apeclno contract Decree see Journal. Charles H Hortou vs David null and 1 B Hull, Judgment by confession 1337.44 JasFMantorvs Uarvey Welch, mono) and foreclosure. Judgment f 195. On tho Criminal docket: Ohio v Gus'on Hampt selllmr In toil. eating liquor to a minor. Nolled. Same vs same, keening onen on Hnnda Nolled. Ohio vs David Kelley, selling and fur nishing intoxicating llqnor to a minor Nolled. Ohio vs Allen Curtis, ketning a gam bling room.' Plea changed to guilty. - Ohio v. Jacob Brown, rape and assaul with lutent to comrtlt rape. Verdlc of rape. Sentenced to three years li penitentiary. Ohio vs James Garrison aud John Doe larceny. Verdict guilty. Sentenced t three year in penitentiary. Ohio va narry Flanagan, cutting will, intent to wound. Continued. ' Ohii va Wm Culligan. same charge Continued. . Oalo vs Wm Crow, selliug intoxicating liquor to a mluor. . Several criminal cases ot minor Im portance have been continued, and severs defendants have plead guilty, who have not yet been sentenced, . - Iu Probate. Nettie M Nicholas appointed admlnb tratrlx of estate ot Lyjlla M Squires, dt ceased, late of Elyria. . ... Last will of Florie E Whitney, deceat ed, lute of Camdeo, admitted to pre bate. L s .-f"'rZZ. , Lnsr BUI ot Bclfev P Whitnev. ' eea d," lute'Ji.r fmnden," aertte tflf-pe I.... ' - A w-.s. r . Laat will of Louis Tulton, fieceoset. late of Pittsfleld, admitted to probate an widow elecU to take under tbe w III. David Wallace executor oi will and e tale ot Wm Jones deceased, late of Lo rain, filed petition for order to compe; land contract. Order granted and dee ordered. John Lee administrator ot estate o Bartholomew Bralnbridge. files rtetitiot ' for order to sell land to pay debts. Lsst will of Hntlie Beardslev. deceas ed, lata of Huntington, admitted to pro bate. Mary H Mennell appointed guardian o! Elizabeth H Mennell, Belden. Wm 11 Luchor executor of estate ol Joseph G Wadsworth, .deceased, late o Eaton, filed petition for outer to sell land Order granted, sale confirmed and deec ordered. Last will of Hiram Davidson, deceased Isle ot Wellington, admitted to probate J T Haskell qualified as executor. Eugene 8treator appointed administrat or ol last will and estate of L Phillips, de ceased, lute ot Russia, will admitted ti Probate. Order of adoption of Ellen Llndscott bj Charles and Adallne Rlsinger, ol Pen field, made. Name changed to Nellh May Rlsinger. Copy of last will of Mary W Castle man, deceased, late of Ontario, deposits for record. Last will of Irene Hale, deceased, let of Russia, admitted to probate. Last will of Miranda Thompson, de ceased, lute ol Eaton, admitted to probate . Last will of Joseph Harris, deceased late of Sheffield, admitted to probate an. widow elects to take under the will. Last will of Christian Fancher, dec ed, lute of Amherst, admitted to probsti Wm Sprlgg. adjudged Insane and or der' d conveyed to Insane asylum at Tc ledo. Bulla Dewey appointed administratrix of estate of Mnry B Dewey, deceased, 1st' ot Onerlin. ' An honest Swede tells his story li plain but unmistakable language for tht' benetlt ot tbe public. One of my child ren took a severe cold and gnt the croup 1 gave ber a teaapoonful of Chamberlains Cough Remedy, and in five minute late: 1 gave ber one more. By this Urn sh had to rough up the gatherings In he throat. Then she went to sleep and alep' good fr fifteen minutes. Then she go up snd vomited t then she want back ti lied and slept &ood for the remainder iO tbe night She got the croop the econ night and I gave the same remedy wit I the same good results. I writ this be , cause I thought there might be In th same need and not know tbe true merit of this wonderful medicine Cn.aat.BS I ".rrwTTTV. Wowe, tvw, 60 Oftv bj.t.e. lot ..He by FkU l I nil, Drttggls',.