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(' V- V ."T'T. ..." v r J 1 m r A. . - IV. 3e ; ; i ..! ". id o 4 3 , CIEVElAND, 0. rnt 1 HIS v ' - J ' A Family Newspaper Devoted to the Interest .of Lorain County and Vioinity. . . . t. . ., . . i.i '" ' 1 " . '' " -T-"1 1 " ., -i. ,, ,., , , . mi . ,M,, . , i ii. ., i .1, i i ' ' ' 1 - "" VOL, XXIV. WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1890. NO. 47. Fo le ii' Is Ith 1 ) re at Nil ants rills) md ' )t ' tnt . the lobe . Mm lire Jacc) Isat pitoi ton gen en! op tb 6yd Ian dee die "itr" m dw to ' g t he ac mo) ir ' art-. a Id Til d w of 1 November 12th, 1890. Having decided to sell out our entire business of Clothing, Furnishing Goods; Hats, Caps, and all fixtures, to some person or persons wishing to step into a good, paying business, NOW IS YOUR TIME ! The store building is also for sale." If not sold, it will be for rent. 20 years has told us that no surer business or better location exists in 'Wellington We feel that duty calls us elsewhere, and want all closed out and settled up in thirty days from this; date; also these goods will be put at Bargain Prices until that time. If you wear pants, don't iail . to lay in a good supply now. Also please call and settle your accounts at once, as this business' will be done in a hurry. The public arc appreciating our closing out prices. we can do. ' J. J. THOMAS, - Manufacturer Of And Dealer In Monuments 5 Tombstones Everything pertaining to cemetery work will receive prompt attention . at prices to suit the times. (20 PLANING MILL. D. L. VTADSWOBTII & CO.. ' Hannfactnrers of and dealers In Doom Baafc. and Blind Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds 61 Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Battens, Mould lngs and Flooring. Biding made and Bur face Planing done to order on short no tlce. WELLINGTON, O. N-lV Dr. H. E. Warren, Office and residence in Post office build ing. Calls answered at ail hours in city ; or country. i Office Honrs 2 to 6 p. m. 4 ' COAL DEALEB. "ViL ' n:. thro cninrHniH n m ill us t4'-w-Vivt.y iltfST GRADES HANDLED . m - Terms Oath. Price Reasonable. Office In C.Wiitard's Store. (34 tf CHRISTIE k BENNETT auaur acto rib or CARRIAGES, WAU0N9 AND SLKKiUS Or KTCRY DMORIFTIOM. EEPAIEINQ A SPECIALTY. C. E. SUTLIFF, X27 COAL Anthracite, Massillon, Jackson and Blossburg. Terms Cash and Prices Low. Office on West Liberty St., Telephone 48 OBKKL1H. An) dally, 1:00 a. m. Deptrt, 1 :M m. HUSTINOTOK. SULLIVAN end POLE, intw rttllr, Depert. " - . PENFIELD. Arrive dallv. a.m. Depa C. cSC CO GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS For Fire, tile, Aeeldeot and Tornado. The but companies In th United Butrs repre sented oj us. umoe norm siae iiiuoriy aireet seoond floor Wadiirortb block. Sltt . NOTICE. We wish to say to the people of Weill wtton and vlolnltr that we have opened a MeatMarket TRAVELERS' REGISTER. WCJiUUi!., (VANDEItDILT BYBTEM.) Fromsndafter Nov.l,lBHO,tralniwlllp Welj IDitosaifollowei . CESTRAL STANDARD TIME. ,. ' OOINO WIST. No. e-NlahtEi 9:Wp. m No.lW Columbus Aeoom 8:lp.m No T-Rul N V. Bt.L.Ex 4:0p.m No. 5 South Weetera x 11:46 a. ra fio. S Oln. JiCol'eKx ,. 1:17 a. m No. Zt-Olev'd and Wheeling Ex.... 8:90 a. m No.ei-Local Freight 11:46 .m OOIMO BAST. Ko.S-Nlirhtlx S:Wa.m No.t-0lelnd Aeeom 7:87 a. m No. 10 Honth WeiUirn Kl...... 10:Sft.m No-S WheellmrandCleu'dttx 8:06 p. m No. 9 ClDolnnsll AtClero'd Xx 8::p.B No.8-LocIFreight 1:00 p. m ' : ' -Nos. S, T. . 1, 10 and 24 will run dally. Do not weaken yourself bv drastic pur gatives. Take blmmons Liver Iterator, P3m HABTHT. & tie hews A: Gathered It Our S::::ilC::;:::::i: All About the Happenings and Special Events in their Immediate Vicinity. HUNTINGTON. , Nov. 10, 00. Last Sunday was plensant day and the roads a good deal better, so there was a good attendance at church, the house be ing well filled. Mr. Pappenhagen and wife left Monday morning for Ministerial Association at Sa vannah. Thy expect to be back Wednes day night. The Epworth League will meet for social and literary exercises on Friday evening of this week with Mrs. Jerame Pratt. All arecordlaly Invited. On next Fridly evening the Epworlh League Heading cir cle will meet with Mrs. Blakeslee. The subject ol the reading will be Alaska. All persons interested in this almost unknown part of our country aie cordlully invited to come and learn about it. Mra.Or, Albert! oe Qillett died very suddenly on the lllh at her home In Colorado, of conjestlon of the lunga, after a sickness of only two days. Bhe wrote a letter to friends here saying the Dr. was sick and she was very anxious about him The next news they received was from Ibe Dr. suying he wss a good deal better and that his wife had sickened and died. Mrs. James R'igers returned the middle of last week Irom near Lansing, Micb., where she was called by the sickness ol ber sister Rachel. She arrived at ber borne Just as the services of ber sister's funernl were being closed. Mrs. H.J. Sprinkle has a Utile son born last Thursday wnkblng eight and one hall pouuds. Miss Carrie Reeves lrom Elyria, is spending the wlntei with her auut Mrs. A. J. BurreU. Mrs. Johnson from N. V., is rpendiug the winter with her coublu Mrs. Allu Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Ltazelton and Roy spent last Sunday in Camden. Ilattie Fenwlck commences her school in Penfleld and Leon Watd her school in Brighton this week. Mr. BurreU bos very much improved the looks of his place with a new coat of paint. Miss Jessie Holland's fneudscan find ber at Mrs. Fred Felt's Millinery store at uuy time. There will be aervcles at the M. E church on Thanksgiving day at 11 .a. m The members ol the church will bave an opportunity then to vote on the question wbether women can be sent pj delegates to the general conference. Minnie Smith has been on the sick list lor two or three weeks, but is better now Geo. Robinson has commenced getting lumber on the ground for bis new house There is a good new aide-walk Irom the center to the north school bouse, the walk la sawdust after you pass the board walk. This will be a great convenience to people who want their mail this muddy weather. Mrs. Albert Lang and Genevieve spent last week In lluntlogton. There was a very pleasant party' at Rosa Laborle's last week to celebrate the wedding anniversary of ber cousin Mrs. Lepha Rowland. Mrs. Edgar Baker has returned from Michigan, leaving her mother little more comfortable. The piterarys at the Chapman school house are very Interesting. It meets every Saturady evening. The question for de bate next Saturday evening Is resolved, that there Is barm In dancing. Clarence Dlrlam spent part, of last week in Clyde Our sales are immense. All PENFIELD. Noy. 18, '00. The long-looked-for, much-talked ot school in the special district commenced Tuesday, with Mr. Hubbard, of LaQrange as teacher. We hope that he may bave success, and that the much agitated ques tion ol schools will take a rest. Quite a number of the larger scholars of tho other districts are going to attend the special dlstraict Milan Cone started for California on Monday, where he expects to spend the winter. His sister goes with him. Rev. O. M. Asbbaugh ol Shelby, O., filled the M. E. pulpit on Sunday morn ing. Rev. Reader will be present next Sunday to officiate, his daughter being much better. Mr. and Mis. J. Morgan .returned from their visit to Kansas on Friday last. They report all well and having had a pleasant trip. Mrs. A. McLean and Mrs. Ray Long are on 'he sick list. Albert Peirce and P. Davidson spent Sunday In town. Rumors of wedding in the near future Our mail carrier is going the rounds on foot again. Wky don't some one raise the question ot stone roads again now. The ne w bridge east of the center has st lost been completed. It is quite an Im provement, but looks little scant, being about three feel too narrow lor the abut mtnls. Somebody must have been a little off as the walls were so close together that there is no space left for the wheel stones. What has become of the Farmers' Alii ance that was going the rounds here elec tion day ? Has It, like the "original pack age," gotie to Kansas?. A. B. Nov. 17, 00. The city school opens wiiu a grand flourish on Tuesday morning, Nov. 14, A, D. 1W)0, W. Hubbard of LaGrange, On of. Delating as pedagovue. "Special Directors," please get afu your sidewalks. Are they composed of stone, suwdust oi mud f . Mr. and Mrs. Jeff. Morgan returned from their Kauris visit lust week. Miss Dagne, who bat, been In the hos pital at Cleveland, Is reported wry low and not expected to recover. The sick list Includes Sirs. Ray Long snd children, Mrs. Buckingham and Ethel Johnson. Mrs Albertson is visiting in town. D. Bolls, Carbuncles, and other skin erup tions Indicate that the system is endeavor ing to eject poisonous acids, and that Ayer's Sarsaparllla is imperatively need ed. It is the most reliable ot all blood medicines. Ask your druggist for it, and lake no other. LITCUF1KLU. Nov. 17, HO, We predict that one year from the fore part of next month we will aee a grand old-fashion hair pulling match In Wash Ington among the Bourbon leaders for the Speakership. Our sportsmen started upon a "wild deer" hunt In the South S'tluiday. ' Master Yuba Morehouse who fell out ol a door In the peak of a barn sometime sgo, dislocating bis shoulder la improv ing very well under the circumstances. Madam Rumor says that the old Clin ton Air Line is to be built next summer. Wbat s the matter of Litchfield 'a being a great railroad town? The P..A. ft W. b being rapidly leveled up In shape for business. A long gaog of section hands are working on tbe line in town. The train faying tbe track baa reached the Rocky river where It will bave to wait seme time fot the comple tion of tbe great Iron bridge 900 feet long and 00 feet high. Tbe boarding cars were moved from here to Medina Wednesday. . Several of our citizens who worked on the P., A. A W. the past summer and have not received their pay placed tbelr claims in the hands of the court In Me dina the past week, Jos. Jones of Penfleld spent Sunday i visiting at L. Parker's. Mrs. L. Crane visited In La Grange last Thursday. A railroad meeting was held In the town hall Saturday evening to consider the building of a depot, it wts decided to use N. Morehouse's house this winter un til a good building can be erected. H. A. McQueen spent Sunday in Elyrla. The effects of our former bop tea sa loon can now be seen upon certain youths In town. 1 Patsy Purcel) and Paddy Ryan, who have spent V summer In town have re turned to their bom in Iowa. Pbotection. The Lady Godlva must have had excep tionally long hair since it completely con nested ber lovely person. Since Ayer's Hair vigot came Into use sucn examples are not so rare as formerly. It not only promotes the growth of the hair, but gives it a rich, silken texture. SPENCER. Nov. 1M, '00, Election is over, and the weather is not retried yet. The long continued rain la very discouraging to everyone, especially to tbe farmers. W. H. Hemlrea, resident engineer on the P., A. & W. R. H-, has returned to this place alter two weeks sojourning In Me dina and Akron, He reported work pro gressing finely all along the line, and the first passenger train will go over the road Monday, Nov. 17th, carrying some of the officials. Rev. Lash of Cleveland filled the pulpit Sunday morning and evening In the Bnp- list church'. Rev. Ilea ot Clyde is holding a series of meetings In the Advenlist church. Mrs. Betz and Fanny, also Mrs. Hart took In tbe excursion to Cleveland Friday. There will be a reception held at Mrs. Freeman's Saturday alternoon for Die pur pose of fllllug a box to be sent to the Dea coness Home in Cleveland. Mrs. Sooy has returned home frcm her visit in the West bringing with her a young girl h. Intends r keep until she Is of The drama.'-Dof d," Wu v,enuuc(;eBful ty played to an appreciative audience, iind will be liven again Nov. 20th. Come one come all. The Teachers' Institute passed off very pleasantly; much interest manifested; will be at Lodl lu four weeks from last Satur day. Miss Minnie Freeinsn entertxlned her friends last Friday evening. A pleasant time was spent by all. ' Hugh Dont-rd lias returned home from Lorain. Master Joe Oakley is still very sick at the present writing. Miss Bertha Brition tf Salem, who has been spending some time at ber uncles, Dr. Britton, in this place, returned t' her home Saturday. Bi.a kBiku 1.01)1. Nov. 17, IK). Dr. A. E. Elliott was ill Bi.rbank last week. A. W. Gilb-rt bus returned from bis Western trip. W. V. Wells was visiting friends Carey lust week. In Miss Jennie Canning, of Berea, is visit ing her sitter Emma. W. M. Hower, of Burbank, was in town last week. Frank Durhuiner Is spending n lew weeks In Michigan. Mr. Shoffar and Frank tortney, or Frlndtiyllle, was In lown last week. Mrs. tkrih Uaynt-s, ot Lei toy, spout Sunday with friends In town B. F. Aull and Whitney & Son have put up new signs. Mr. Nve. of LRoy, was on our streets last week. .. . , Among the new Improvements of our town we notice several new side-walks and hitching posts. Business seems to be booming In every branch. With three good harness shops, and drygoods stores groceries, bakeries etc., people had not ouuhttosotn other towns to do their traldlng. Cleinit and Denia England, of LeRoy, spent Sunday with Will Eogland. Work on the new B. & O. R. R. ii pro gressing finely. The Lodl high school lecture course for the winter Will coosist of live numbers, one musical entortainment, one concert and three lectures. First number will be a grand musical entertainment at Lodl opera bouse, Fridsy evening, Nov. 38tb, under tbe directions of Miss Zoe Prouty, O.K. 18 Negroeil Who left the United Stales for Liberia last year have lately returned, being un able to stand the climate. Everybody go ing to a new climate should have a bottle of Sulphur Bitters with them as a safe guard agnlnst disease. Hartford Cour ant. , SULLIVAN. Nor. 18, '00 It is rain, rain, all the time. Henry Fredericks and family, who have been visiting In Eastern Pennsylvania, returned borne last week. C. F. Spencer, Esq., was In Oberlin last week on business. He returned this week Monday. Carl Ballou expects to start for Cleve land in a few daya! Several of our other young men think of going at the same time. We wish tliem success. The Ladiea' Sewing Society met at Rens. Blocker's on last Thursday to aid Mrs. Blocker In replacing some of their things that were destroyed in the recent fire. J. G. Blinn is busy buying poultry. He Is shipping to an Eastern market. The old Methodist church building will soon be a thing of the post. The building was first put up lor and used as a church, After the Methodist society disbanded it was sold, and from that time has been used for a variety of purposes, and is now being torn down. Rens. Blocker and family bos moved In to Joe Palmer's house. The Insurance paid to Pete Chapman on his property was $300 Instead of $100. On account of the bad weather Howard McConnell has found It impossible to move his house to the farm, and will oc cupy E. W. Chamberlain's house for the winter. Our readers will be pleased to hear of the marriage of Henry Hubler, a lormcr resident of this place, to a lady in V ash ington. Mr. Hubler went to the Territory several years ago to seek his fortune, and has been fortunate enough to find a wom an. ALTKlt Air. and Mrs. L. D. Blocker desire to express their sincere thanks to the mem bers of the Congregational society of Sul livan, who so generously aided tbem in their recent loss by fire. WHITE FOX. Nov. 17, 00. Mrs. W. li. McClaflin baa bad a severe attack ol la grippe. Jess Mo Donald baa been on the sick list, but Is able to be Oat again. Mr. Orrin McLaflln has gone to visit friends and relatives In Lake coumy. will return soon as he Intends to work lor Mr. Chapman the coming year. Frank Edwards expects to start soon for Indiana where he will make- it bis home. Mr. L. C. Loveland had a valuable yearling killed by the cars Saturday eve ning, appraised at $30. A discussion was held at the Wbltefox church Sunday evening whether woman has a rlbt in tbe general conference. Miss Estels Cow le spent Sunday with friends In Claiksfleld. Several of our worthy citizens hate re ceived notice to appear before the grand Jury at Norwalk as witnesses In several cases. The Vvhltefox school commences Nov. 17, with Cbas. Gibson as tutor; also the Rowland school with Henry Stiles. Dot. la gkanok Nov. 17, DO. Mr. W. II. Johnson Is building an sd- ditbn to his house. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith moved to (he center on last Tuesday morning. Harry Gotl and family moved on Thurs day nud occupy the place Mr. Smith va cated. Frank Bates aud family receutly changed their quarters and are occupying part of tbe "old New England." Mr. McGreggor and family moved Into the house Mr. Bates vacated. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Andrus lost their little baby a few days ago. J, II. Gardner and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Crow in Penfleld one dsy last week. Mr. Brlnauiade of Litchfield, spent Bun day with his son snd wife at the cottage hotel. Mr. Hub Hastings Is sick with a fever. Sabbath school concert at the M. E. church next Sunday evening. There will be quarterly meeting In the M.E. church on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 20 and SO. The presiding elder Rev. J. Mitchell is expected to be present and officiate. Doctoral Of all the different schools In the country, have thousands tile every year of Bl ight's disease ot the Kidneys, wno couiu be llviugto-duy if they had used Sulphur bitters. rney are uneouaiiea in tue world for all diseases of the kidneys New Haven Union. FITT8FIKLD, Nov, 18, TK). On the evening of the 12th Inst, a good ly number of our citizens made a friendly call on Rev. 8. 0. Elliot at the M. E. par sonage, having a very pleasant time, glv ing tbe new minister a kindly welcome amongst us. An arrangement was effected last Batur-' day fot union Thanksgiving services next Sunday in the M. E. church, instead ot Thursday, tbus giving the good folks an opportunity to cook and eat their Thanks giving dinner at tbe regular dinner time. Quarterly meeting at Eipton last Sun day, so there was no service at the M. E. church, exceptJSunday-school. Last night the ones interested in vocal music met at the town hall and organized The Plttsfield Chorul Union," for the study of vocal music, to meet weekly. I most heartily wish them successes that la (lhat Is vocal music) in danger of beconv- lostart. - M. Women are not slow to comprehend. They're quick. They're alive, arid yet It was a man who discovered the one remedy lor their peculiar ailments. The man wss Dr. Pierce. Tbe discovery was his "Favorite Pre scription" the boon to delicate women. Why so round "with one toot In the grave suffering In silence misunder stood when there's a remedy at hand that isn't an experiment, but which , is sold under the guarantee tiiHt If you are disappointed in any way in it, you can get your money back by applying to its makers. We can hardly imagine a woman's not trying it Possibly it may be true of one or two but we doubt 11. Women are ripe for it They must bave it. Thiuk of a prescription and uiue out of ten waiting fur it Carry the news to them I The seat of sick headache Is not In the brum. Iteinilato the stomwh and vou cure it. Dr. Pierce's Pellets are the Lit tle Regulators. ST. LOUIS WROCU1T IRON RANGE. Ukksx Spkikur, Seneca Co., Ohio.) October 30th, 1W0. We reitrnt to note the deoarture ot the ran- resenutlvra ol the W roUKlit lrou limine Co. of bi. Louis. Mo., to oilier territory. Tliey have been associated with ui lor the pant four mouthe, havliiK come anionic us as ntranneri. We are pleased to say we found their btnlucss has beeu conducted In a maimer worthy the respect and pntronaice of any community. Their success has been the beat, and their Home Comfort Kaime sold to the best citizens ol this and adjoluina counties. 8everal of tneir customers we nave met, who bare thor oughly tested their ranite, snd they speak ol them In the highest terms. The gentleineu representing this company bave circulated considerable cash in Ibis community and have been prompt to meet every coulract. Wishing them continued success In their new field, we subscribe oarselvee, respectfully, J. L. liaowK. M, I). , OaaoN MrtxTiaii.Cash'r Prof. Diabetic Cure, (IreenHprinits Hank. A. R. Youu. mercb., R. 11. Si.iTMikua, P.M.. C. U. Walks. Drugs,. C. B. Buhto.i, Att'y, F.O. Uouls, 1'rlu. J. C. Kaky. grocer, Or. Cpr. Academy, J. D. McCoxxill, drugs C.R. Hiwhih, M. D., ll.BswuuaaaAX, L. C. Mahox. Hani ware. Harness. . R. M. Ksao, Mayor, H. P. Prsow, merchant. . H. 11. HiMKLRY, M. D. Kauirta A Masox. W. J. MasoHAXT, Hardware aud Stove Agt- Ad. Kx. Oo. B. baiTH A Box, Uralu Merohil.,-. Norman J. Coleman, late U.S. Commissioner ot Agriculture aud well known throughout the country aa editor of Coleman's KuraJ. World," writes: "I desire to express to you my hearty thanks for patting up the Home Comfort Range In my houe. lou eould nol take it away, If I could not get another of the same pattern, II you would pay me double the price you ak for It. The women folks are. charmed with It. It bakes admirably and tr ust the thing we were so badly In need of. No woman can be happy If deprived of the Home Comfort alter having once used It. In design- ng the Hume Comfort Kauge you have con ferred a great blessing upon the 'women folks' and have done much to make home folks hHDDV.' ine sisters oi bi. .nary, i.-mo rapin bu, say: We have III use vour '.MM' Islxteen-holei Home Comfort Kange, and we are glad to be able to state It has given entire satisfaction " llieMiters ol nt t uicent s institution, Mnth and .Marlon Ms., say: "Your Home Comfort Range has been in use In our Institution for over three years. In commendatlou of It we can only say It has beeu Justly styled Home Comfort, huch It has been to us, aud we con sider It an ludl:Meiixable article of furniture and an ornament lo our kitchen." The Ion. John llogan,:of nt. Lnuls'El- Member of Conureas.an old and faithful min ister lu the M. K. Church, adds his testimony li favor: of the Home Comfort. Mr. Hunan has been keeping house a half century and has used many cuoklug apparatiiius, but he tells us that after hia long experience with the most noted and highly recommended cast Iron stoves, he purchased a Home Comfort, and has (ouud It to be the best cooking apparatus be has ever nan In nis house. It burns less fuel than any otlx-r. has given belter general results, aud he is highly pleased aud gratified with It. II. A. Tobey. M . !.. Punt. Toledo. Ohio. Asy lum for Insane, says: "We are very much leased with the range that we bought last lav for this Institution. It gives en tire satis faction, and Is all that you claim tor It. It Is neat In appearance, economical In fuel. and strong and wi-fl-made. I shall take pleasure In recommeaiiing your range to anyone you may choose to refer to me." Motle of Appolutment. Kstate of (ieorge Pember, deceased, the underslicned has been apuoluted and (tualified aa administrator with the will an nexed ot the estate of (leorge Pember, late of Welllngtou, Lorain county, unio, deceased. Dated this j, ui day oi leoruary, A. v. vm. U) J. X. Haskslu THE MARKETS Ctieeae, SUII'MBNTS FOB WXKK ENDINO Nov. IV Cheese, pkgs., weighing 1U Butter, " OhioStandard ... o Family Favorite General Produce. Butter, dairy, per tb....$0. 6 rj 3.18 Creamery batter lb. . . . 2.1 juickens.aressea.pern., w.uu Q$ u.w Eggs, per dor. . 0.2.1 0.08 Ham, smoked, per B. Tallow, per tb Hides, per 0 0.00 0.03 0.00 0.04 ... 10 .. 19 ... 10 ...0.75 .. 80 ..1.25 Hound bteak Surloin Shoulder Bleak. Potatoes, . , Wool... Hlckorynuta.... drain Flour and Feed. Buying. Belling. Flour, per sack (49 lbs). . f 0 .00 1.20 1.80 1.40 1.10 0.85 1.50 0.65 0 65 .02 Graham Hour, per cwt.. 8.00 Corn meal, per cwt..... 0.00 Chop, per cwt 0.00 Middlings, per cwt 0.00 . Bran, per cwt 0.00 Oil Meal, per cwt 0.00 Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.00 Corn. In ear, per bush. ,0.00 Wheal per bus. 0.00 Oats per bos. . , 0.43 I . .1 I ( ( - I ' I It r .