Newspaper Page Text
;... ,t, .... - 0 ! JL HE A Family Newspaper Devoted to the Interest of Lorain County and Vicinity. ' -. VOL, XXIV. WELLINGTON. LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1890. NO. 48- I - 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 are appreciating our closing out prices. Our sales are immense. All we can do. J. J. THOMAS, Manufacturer Of And Dealer In Monuments 5 Tombstones Everything pertalulng to cemetery work will receive prompt attention at' prices to suit the times. (20 PLANING MILL. I). L. WADSWORTH t CO.. Manufacturers or and dealer. In Door Sa-sjli. and Blind Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds oi Lumber, Lath, Shingles,. Battens, Mould ings and Flooring, biding made and Bur face Planing done to order on short no tica. WELLINGTON, 0. n-iv Dr. H. E. Warren, Office and residence in Post office build ing. Culls answered at all hour in city or country. OfHee Honrs 2 i-o 5 p.m. COAL DEALER. Anthracite Bituminous Gff-ONLY BEST GRADES HANDLED Terms Cash. Prioas Reasonable. Office In 0. wuiard's Store. (34tf CHRISTIE b BENNETT M&X0FACTUBEM Of CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND SLKIG1IS Or EVERY DMCHIPTIOK. BEPAIBING A SPECIALTY. C. E. SUTLIFF, DEAI4EH XXT COAL Antbraoite, Massillon, ' Jackson and Blossburg Terms Cash and Prices Low. Office on West Liberty St., Telephone 48 BA.CS XXTES. OBEHLIH. AirlTstslrf, 1:00 a.m. Depart, I : p. av HUWT!SOTO!.rn.LIVAII sod POLK. 4rrlT rlitlj, 11 : . m Depsft. I - - PENFIELD. Arrive daily. t a.m. Depa a. s-A-a-B sc cc, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS For Fire, Life, Accident and Tornado. The best companies In the United States repre sented by us. Offloe north side Liberty street second door Wadswortb block. I3UI MBS. DR. RIMEL, AKRON, Oi Botanic -.-Doctor, Makes a specialty of chronlo diseases, such as Catarrh, Liver and Kidney trouble, and all hinds of ehroulc diseases, such as Rheuma tism, Asthma, Throat Trouble ot any kind. My prices are from 13 to 110 a month. I make a speolally ot women's and children's all menu. I describe discuses without asking questions, and I make this proposition: If In 4 weeks they are satisfied they are no bet ter, I will refui d one-half. My mode ot treat ment Is strictly Botanic roots and herbs. Consultation free. Will be at the American House the 3d and 4th days of each mouth. 147 A Novel Announcement. The publishers of Tub YouTu'a Com pahion bare sent us a handsome souvenir with the announcements of authors and articles for the next year's volume. It has seven illuminated pagts, one for each day In the week, very quaint in style, the whole forming a "Book of days," and each page illustrating a line ol the old rhyme: "Monday for Health, Tuesday for Wealth, Wednesday the Best Pay of alii Thursday for Losses, Friday for Crosses, , Saturday No Luck at all: . Sunday the Day that Is Blest With HeeTSiily Peaoe and Rest." This novel and unique calendar li sent free to all new subscribers to The Com panioh who send $1.75 for a year's sub scription and request it at the time they subscribe. " ' The COMPAHlOlf will slso be sent to January, 1881, frae,- and for a full year from that date Including tbe five uoubie Holiday Numbers and all the Illustrated Weekly Supplements. Tin Comi-amoh Is already a favorite la bait a million homes, and old as well as young enjoy Its weekly visits. 4. TEE MS Li Cith:red .r Our S:sciilC::;::i::it:'.!, All About the Happenings anil Special Evrntxiu their Immediute Vicinity. LODI. Nov. 24, '00. Five more weeks of 1800. Jay Inmiin Is at home for a short time. Fin Loomis clerked at tbe Warren House In the absence of Joe Cutter last week. Literary was well attended at chapel hall last Wednesday evening. It will be held next Wednesday evening. All are kindly invited. Mr. C. H. Reeves of Sandusky was in town last week. Wm. Repp is able to be around. Uncle Albert Harris is able to be around again. Miss M. M. Lee was In Wellington on a visit last week. O. P. Phillips of Medina was in town last week. George Johnson, our druggist, went lo Toledo last week to purchase bis stock of holiday goods, George Duval returns to Idaho this week. Albert Socll will accompany him. They Intend to take a car load of cattle with them. Mr. and Mrs. B. F, Ault spent Sunday' In LcRoy. A new clerk at McDowell's. Mrs. Hotchktss goes to Pennsylvania soon, and from there to Boulder, Col. U. II, Gsult has resigned his position la Middletown and will be found at present inLodi. Joe Cutter returned home last week, lie had been visiting friends in Marysvllle and Pottersburgb. Mrs. James Horner is suffering trom an attack of lagrippe. Mrs. Cowulck of Wooster, sister of Mrs. II., is caring for ber at present. Dave Taylor Is in town again. T. P. Davis of Marysvllle, Intends lo move to Lodl as soon as the weather will permit M. M. Lea was In Wellington last week. A. W. Gepford Is among friends in town again. Lrgul to shoot quail now until Dec. 19. Josie Reynolds- of LeRoy was on our streets lust week. ' Mrs. John Reynolds of Frlendsvllle wss In town last Friday. Some more street crossings are badly needed in some parts of town. Burglars entered the house of Mr. Whit ney last Thursday night. It It thought there were two persous. They entered tbe cellar door, took about 13 or 14 cans of canned fruit and then came back and then went up the stairs lending to the first floor. The door was locked, so they pushed in on it and it split. They Imme diately lelt, fearlnglhey would be found out There were several cans broken in Ibe cellar tbe next morning. There Is no clue lo the parties as yet. O. K. LITCHFIELD. Nov. 24, DO. Litchfield's scribe of the Medlns Gazette is In danger oi future earthly happiness we should judge ss "George," j ber "pa" and ber are all after his sca'p, or Its equivalent. I. Broadsword and Miss Cora Dsgue have been In Cleveland the past week at tending Miss Lottie Dague who is very tick. L. Battles, P. O. Shank, A. D. Hall, M. Turner, U. A. Stranahan, A. O. Crow, I, Root, S. Rice, W. Canfleld and N. Hurla baus are now slaughtering deer lo the wilds of Virginia with tremendous atrocity- ' ' , 8. Lincoln, II. A. McQueen, G. A. and A A n E. A. Btranahan were in Cleveland week before last. Mr. Kinney Is very sick. J. King moved to York Thursday. L. A. Parker and J. W. Johnson made a business trip to Medina Friday. Clarence Crane was In Medina ".Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. George Ford spent a few days visiting her sister, Mrs. George Nor thrup. They expect to start for Kokomo, Ind. tbls week Tuesday where they are to make their future horn. Mrs. F. Is one of Litchfield's former school teachers and she baa the best wishes ot her many frlenda here ar.d In bur new departure. Mrs. Narclssa Wilson expects to spend tbe coming winter with her sister Mrs. E. Witter in Altonia Iowa. We notice through the Medlns papers tbe marriage of Miss Cora Dunbar to M. D. Fritz of Castlewood, 8. D. We undcN stand they expect to make the above place their home. Miss Frank Btone, ol Iowa is visiting relatives In town. The pleasant face of Milo Haye?, who spent the summer In Cuyahoga Falls, O., Is arain to be seen around town. Miss Ada Nlckerson visited in Cleve. land the past week. Mrs. G. Sears visited In Canal Dover lost week. - Services sre to be held In the M. E, church Thursday. L. A. Parker and daughter Fannie ex pect to spend Thanksgiving with E.Par ker In Huron, Ohio. Miss Franc Simmons has contracted with the Toomey truss-sulky Co., qf Canal Dover, O., as stenographer, Considera tion, $10 per week. Mrs. Rev. Madden Is visiting ber par ents, Mr. and Mrs, D. P. Simmons. Mrs. A. Jenoe hat gone to Lodl, where she expect 10 spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. 11. U. Foskett of Medina were in town Friday. E. G. Gridley of Lodl was lo town Saturday. ' 13 yotes were polled at the election In tbe M. E. church Saturday, all of which were in Isvor or admitting women as delegates to the M. E. church. ' A dime social It to be glvtn at J. A. Buchtell's by the Ladies' Aid Society of the Uuptist churcn next Thursday even ing. Miss Breckcnrldo filled the 'pulpit in tbe Congregational church Sunday morn ing. Four services in town Sunday. PllOTKCTION. WUITE FOX. Nov. 24, 00. Four days of sunshine, Wm. Phillips spent a f.w days with his daughter, Mrs. Kener, in New Wash ington, Ohio. Art Uolcoiub went lo Norwalk Nov. 17- Mr. John Rummel Is home a few days. He starts for Alabama Saturday, where he will work tbe comlug year at his trade, bt Ick mason. Augustus Bebee and Dave Sinclair went to Wellington, Monday, Nov. 17. , , Mrs. W. B. McClallln is a very little better. ' There was a social bop at Chat. Hal ley's Friday evening. Strayed from pasture' a strawberry rhone mare belonging to Leon Lovelsnd. Any one fluding her please notify. Not over 75 years old. Chus. Gibson has stsrted a grammar school at White Fox, free tor everyone, Saturday evening and writing school Tuesday evening. W. B, McClaflin's sain was postponed nntil Saturday, Nov. 22, on account ol stormy weather. D. L. Justice expects to move onto his place near the Union church Monday. . Several of the witnesses who went to Norwslk had to stay two days. Geo. Myers of Brighton attends school at Wblta Fox. , , Katie Rummel of Wellington is visit ing ber parents. Emery Grey, who has been fcoing to school at Ada, 0 returned home&Uur &ij to stay the winter. Will Hovey is working at his trade in Wakeioan, O. Will Bcott has returned borne from LodyO., to stsy. Dot. . Nov. 24, '00. A big' audience at White Fox Sunday. Tbe seven day adventists sre holding a revival. I Mrs. Myrtle McDonald and Mrs. Alma McDonald ware out on a pletsure trip last Saturday. . Young ladies should not set their dogs on tramps till they know who the tramp la,'-.. VV. Mr. Willie Nlckerson and wife were home on a visit this week. 1 ' Mr. fillx Justice Is building a very fine picket Kqce around his larm. Mr. John Rummel aDd Mr. Nuland Lee started Sunday morning for Alabama to work at their trade, brick laving. Yout men would sometimes save a 2 miles vaik by stopping to hitch their bone before escorting their lady from the carriage to the door. Mr. James Palmer, who has teen sick In bed the past 14 moaths, received a Very fi s chair as a birth day present by bis frit uds. He has been a very sick boy for t lc ng time, but Is now slowly recov ering. ' The Lrksfleld Grange, No. 1174, has taken (action on tbe hunting law and decided to prosecute all violators to the fullest sxttnt of the law.and nearly all the farmers are In with them. We bear rumors ot a fight at the station between (wo ot the young bosses. Nor walk's bad whiskey Is tbe cause. D. HIIMTINOTOIS. Nov, 24, '00. Another beautiful Sunday ;roads getting better;) very little rain dunug the past 1 week; church full, so that extra seats had to be brought In. Services in the M. E. church! Thanksgiving day at 11 a. m., and prayer nieetlng la the evening Mr- sni Mrs, Pnppnhagn went to So- vanuiiw (he. ministers' .ueetlug last Tuesday. ... .. Arthur Boisaud Miss EJltU Meauhum were rnairied on the 15th day ol Nov. ' Mist Jessie Holland speDt Sunday In Rochester with her friends, Grace and Jessie Chapman. Eleven from Hunt log ton attended the twenty.fllth anniversary ot the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph PL e Ion. This, by tbe way, was a very pleaeuot gathering. Out of the thirty guests ptesent there was only one couple who bad not lived at some time In Huntington, either vhe husband or wife, often both. The wedriiug su)ier showed to what norfection lu rooking a woman attains after twenty-five years practice. Tea was served at eix o'clock, which left a good, long, old-lnshloned evening In which no time was allowed to run to wutitu. J. T. Haskell and wife and Len Chaoinan lurnished old-time sonea which the company apprec.atml. There was oue modern future which afforded lots of fun, viz., guessing on the number ol seeds In a pumpkin. The guesses ranged from one hundred to over one thousand. Kent Warner guessed the near est, and Mrs. Joseph Haskell tbe farthest. During the evening Esq. Huskell, in a lew well-chosen words, presented Mr. und Mrs. Pbelon with several pieces ol silver ware, with teaspoons, fruit knives, unit nut picks, fr which botli returned thanks. Nearly n'l the guests were In soiiim way rehtfd to the bride and groom, and some of the nei.r relatives whom they wouht have In eo glad to see were not able to be there. Epworth League rending circle meets at Mrs. piakeslee's os Friday evening of this week ' Milo Smith spendsjpart of this week in Onterton. Miss Kiltie Bell Perkins of Camden Is spending a little time to her uncle, David Johnson's family. Mr. Wm. Bailey was at church Sunday, the frst time for a good many months. Mr. Harley Ward, from Kipton has moved Into tbe Stedman bouse. LA QKANOat Nov. 24, '00.- Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Wilcox of Cleveland are Visiting their parents and other friends in town. Mrs. Ingersol of Hudson, and her slater, Mrs. Elmer Wsdsworth of Wellington, are visiting In town. . Mr.Ueorge E. Ryan, superintendent ' of the schools of Weston, Ohio, Is spending a week In town with his many friends. . Tbe Thanksgiving concert at the M. E. church on Sunday evening was largely attended and well rendered, and gave good satisfaction to all. , Tbe quarterly meeting of the M. E. church, to be held next Saturday and Sun day, Is to best Belden Instead of LaGrange. A whole week without rain, and roads getting good in many places. PENFIELD. Nov. 25, '00 We are now having our Indian summer. The City school has had to have larger rooms, on account o! having so many scholars, and bas removed to the town hall. Burt Hastings has moved to the center. An oyster surprise party for Geo. Yost last Friday night. Its a great pity that none of our three churches could afford a Thanksgiving sormon this year. ' Mrs. Lura Thorpe Is visiting her parents and many friends of this place. J. H. Damon made a business trip to Akron last week. Ray Lang and family huve gone to Litchfield to live. and secretory organs become disordered, iney may ue siiiuumwu to ueairuy action 1 . I. u I . 1 .1 . . nut. m . ly me urn ui aver s tUiuariiG rills, inese Pills are Drescrlbed hv the ht tihvalninna and are fur sale at all the drug-stores KOCRE8TEK. Nov. 25, '00. The Cleveland World, a new daily, bas crowded its competitors nearly out of tbe field here. It is a spicy, newsy, one cent paper. Prof. George Carrier, assisted by a corps of eminent professional and amutcur art ists, will render tbe cantata, Jeptba's Daughter, at tbe town hall Thursday even ing, Dec. 4. Much care and skill has been used In its preparation. A number of our citizens who have re ceived Invitations to attend the wedding ot Miss Libbie Clark, daughter of the Rcy W. T. Clark of Cleveland, to Mr. De Beck, of Cincinnati, are tnukiug great prepara tions In the way of elaborate toilets, Rochester Is expected to shine luminously at tbU fashionable event, and as in all things the ciiy of the future will undoubt edly stand preeminent Rochester becoming Jjuile a poultry marke. Several now chicken merchants having been added to its business men. , Methodist ladle's Hurmonial will meet with Mrs. Jno. Porter Friday next week. - Thanksgiving sermon at M. E. church Thursday all the choirs meet to sing praises. ' ' P. L. Kessler has returned frnru Chica go, whither he wandered to attend to his brick Interests. He Is highly elated with results secured thus far. The use of Aver's Sarsaparilla purifies the blood, stimulates the secretions, and imparts new life and vigor to evety I unc tion of the body. For nearly half a eeninry, It baa remained unrivaled as the best blood medicine ever discovered. Be convinced by a trial. m ' - Washington Letter. (From ear Begulsr Correspondent. WahiiinoToN. D. C Nov. 21, '00. The National Capital Is now, and will le for a long time to come tho center of political activly, aud Washington news promises to On more important and Inter esting this winter than si any time since the war. In a little more than a week the second and final session ol the Fifty first Congress will convene, and already a nisjorltv of its members are here busily engaged 111 conferring and detetmining what U best t be done with the various Important questious which sre to come before them and also in making political plans lor the tuture. Every Republican Is deeply Inter ested In what will be dono at this session of Congress, for its action or nonaction will, to a great extent, determine which of lie great political parties of the country will enter th national contest two years heuce with the greatest prospect of success; It will have to decide whether the Federal election bill Is to become a law or nut; It will be called upon to say whether tbe currency of the country shall be largely Increased through the free coinage of silver, ss the sliver men have fully determined to bring that subject up again ; It will have to make the Congressional apportionment made ne cessary by the Increase in population shown by tho eleventh census; It will have to decide whether any modifications are necessary in the new tariff law; it will In all probability be called upon for tome additional reciprocity legislation in order 10 give the country the great-! possible benefit therefrom. Ami tii"e are onlye portion of the i tit- idling questions ibai Highest of all In Leavening Power. ftttsJ sAESOUUTEiy PWtE HO HOUSEHOLD SHOULD BE WITHOUT 1. : s 1 3 St m STLE8SNEB- a svaieVLV viorrB.t saut.vi.ats ssmiu tssowiM. OAcoa, Cs., PHILADELPHIA Price, ONE Dollar Tha mmlnrlt of the ills of the humaa body arlaa from a diseased Liver. Sim mons. Liver Regulator bos been the means of restoring more people to health and happiness by giving tbera m healthy liver than aoy other agency on earth. BEE THAT YOU GET THE GEXTJDTK. IJYSPEPSIA, J will be brought before the Republican majority in the present Congress for ad justment, and what is left unsettled at tbe expiration of ti e Filty-flrst Congiess It certain to remain in that condition nntil the next President, and lbs 1 members of Ibe House of Representatives of the Fifty third Congress are electeed. Superintendent Porter ot tho Ceoso bureau bus received from the State ol . Louisiana the strongest official proof ol the correctness of I lie Federal Census in that Slate. , It Is the result of the State census, taken by the Slate authorities jus' previous to the Federal census. It gives the populatlou of the Stute as 1,115,917 as against l,ll,82 given it by the Federal census. . Secretary Windom says that he cannot undeisiend how Intelligent people can , make snch wild statements about Ilia con dition of the Nstional Treasury as have been recently appearing In papets of Dem ocratic proclivities. "I have," said the , Secretary, "paid out r.ore tbsn $100,000, , 000 for IxiniW during tbe psst year, and there Is ca-li on band now, available to meet nny contingency that may arise, more than $::2000,000, and the receipts of tbe Government will constantly add to this surplus" The snnual report of the Treasurer ol tbe United States made public this week bears out ibe statement of Secretary Windom that our finances are In a healthy condition. Notice of Appointment. Estate of Uuorge Pember. deceased. The undersigned has been appointed and qualified as administrator with the will an neied of the estate of George Feinber, lata Weill iiKtmi, Lnruln county. Ohio, deceased. Dated this 2i III day of February, A 1. 1IW0. 4U) J. T. IllSKSLU THE MARKETS Clieeae. Shu'mknts kok Wkbb Emiiiko Nov. 26 Cheese, 774 pkirs., weighing 23,345 lbs Butter, " " Ohio Standard ti Family Favorite 0 GMierHl Product). Butter, dairy, per U....$0. 0 'g 0.20 Creamery batter lb. . . . 27 Cbickuns.drcsxed.pertb. 0.00 (3 0.08 Ew.pcl- 0 28 Haui, smoked, pur lb... 0.00 0.08 Tallow, per lb 0.03 Hides, per lb 0.00 0.04 Round Steak 10 Surloln 1-J' Shoulder Steak 10 Potatoes, 0.75 W.K)1 80 Hickory on ts 1.25 Orain( Flour and Feed. Buylnc. Selling. Flour, per iack(49 lis).. f0. 00(9 1-20 Graham flour, per cwt.. 8.00 .... - Cora meal, per cwt. ,. . 0.00 1.30 Chop, per cwt, 0.00 1.40 Middlings, per cwt 0.00 1.10 Bran, per cwt 0.00 0.85 Oil Meal, per cwt 0.00 1 .50 Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.00 0.05 Corn, in ear, per bush. . 0.00 0 05 Wheat per bus 0.00 .00 Oats per bus.. 0.45 .63 U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1 88a. ' i p; r ! T.., .Vsi iu J j...i; , . "V.