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r t " r n ' HE . an -A-: f j A Family newspaper devoted to the Interest of Lorain Couaty and Vioinity. VOL. XXIV. , WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 3,1890. NO. 49- " mm " ' -, 'A i i ) II" Iff- i 0 J. J. THOMAS, Mnufcturr Of And Dealer In Monuments I Tombstones , Everything pertaining to cemetery work will receive prompt attention at prices to suit tbe times. (26 PLANING MILL. D. L. WADSWOBTHACO., Manufacturers of and dealers In Soon Saalj. sMa.cS. Bllaa.a. Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds of Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Battens, Mould, ings and Flooring. Biding made and Sur face Planing done to order on short no tic. WELLINGTON, 0. M-lT Dr. H. E. Warren, Office and residence in Post office build ing. Calls answered at all hours in city or country. Offioo Honrs 2 to 5 p. m. . COAL DEALER. Anthracites Bituminous ty ONLY BEST GRADES HANDLED Term. Ca.li. Price. Reasonable. Office In C. Willard's Store. (34tf CHRISTIE & BENNETT manufacturers or CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND SLEIGHS or BTBRT DESCRIPTION. EEPAIHINOA SPECIALTY. 0. E. SUTLIFF, dealer, zxt coaZi Anthraoite, Massillon, Jackson and Blossburg. Terms Gash and Prices Low. Office on West Liberty St., Telephone 48 BACK XjXXTES. OBERLIH. Arrive dairy, 1:00 a. m. Depart, t ISO p. as, HUNTIUGTOH. rLLIVAN ind POLK .irtw tall. II: . Ii.mfl.i" - PENFIELD. Arriveda'llv.fia.m. Deva -m a. scke esc co.. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS For Fire, Life, Aocldent and Tornado. The beat companies lu the United States repre- ten lea oy us. umce norm .ma uiira Second floor Wadaworth block. Ultt MRS. DR. RLMEL, v AKRON, 0, Botanic :- Doctor, Makea a siirciulty of ehronlo dlaeaaes, such as Catarrh. Liver and Kidney trouble, and all binds olclirunlo aiaeaaes, sucn .a niiBuins .i i -..... Ti..... r Tnnhu nf mr Itlnrf limn, nnbiiifim ,,"- .... - - ... My prlcra .re from U to 110 a month. I make a epeolalty of women', and children . all menu. 1 describe U I Besses without taking iniRntinnt. and I make thla propoaltlon: If In 4 weeks they are eatlafied they are no bet r win reim il nuK-huif. M mode of trrat- menl la strictly Botanic roota and herbs. Consultation free. Will be at the American House the 3d and 4th day. of eacb month. 147 Notice of Appointment. TinHjaMlirtiAil hua h.nii annnlntpd and nuaiinea aa auminiairaiur vnu mo win u nexed of the estate of Ueorxe Penibcr. late Wellington, Lorain eoanty. Ohio, deceased. Bated thla Jim aay ol jjeuruary, a. v. iow. 4K) J.T. H.lltlLL. THE MARKETS Cheese. Riiipmkhti roB Webb Endino Deo. 3 Cheese, 718 pkgt., weighing 23,345 lbs Butter, " Ohio Standard Family Favorite v General Produce. Butter.dalry.per ll....$0. 0 9 0.20 Creamery batter $ tb. . . . 27 Chlckens.dressed.pertb. 0.00 0.08 Eggs.pcrdoz 0.23 Ham, smoked, per H... 0.00 0.08 Tallow, per lb 0.03 Hides, per B 0.00 0.04 Round Steak 10 Surloin 13 - Shoulder Steak 10 Potatoes,' 0.7S Wool 80 Hlckorynuts 1.25 Grain, Flour and Feed. Buying. Selling. Flour, per sack (40 lbs).. $0.00 1.20 Graham flour.percwt.. 8.00 .... . Corn meal, per cwt.... 0.00 1.80 Chop.pcrcwt .....0.00 1.40 Mlddilngs.percwt 0.00 1.10 Bran, per cwt 0.00 0.85 Oil Meal, per cwt 0.00 1.50 Com, shelled, per bush. 0.00 0.05 Corn, In ear. per bush. 0.00 . 0 05 Wheat per bus 0.00 .03 Oats per ba 0.43 .62 Trades and Occupation, r The Youth's Companion for 1801 will give an instructive and helpful Series of Papers, each of which describes the char acter of some loading Trade for Boys or Occupation tor Girls. They give Informs tlon as to the Apprenticeship required to iirn each, the Wages to be expected, the uallties needed In order to enter, and .e prospect of Buccess. To New Sub bribers who send $1.75 at once the paper will be sent free to Jan. 1, 1891, and for a lull year from that date. Address, Tub Youth's Companion, Boston, Mast- HE NEWS ii Gathered b7 Our Special Correspondents. All Abont the Happenings and Special Events in their Immediate Vicinity. LITCHFIELD. Dec. 1, '00. Roads are very Rood lor Ibis part of the country. Thanksgiving lias nearly sivept Litch field of its turkeys. Two gentlemen were accidentally killed upon tbo railroad Wednesday. One. Mr. Durharaer of Spencer was killed near Mrs. Broadsword's, a car running off the track. The same day a young man 18 years old, who lived In Medina, was thrown off the Rocky river bridge, falling 00 feet to the ground below, and being in stantly killed. One car ran off the track near More house's corners lust week and was badly wrecked, but nobody was hurt. Mrs. Gerry Cole died last Thursday morning. The funeral took place in the Omgiegntlouol church in Chatham on Sunday, the sermon being preached by Rev. K. II. Ciane. The young people's prayer meetings, which are held every Friday evening, are attracting much Interest. -Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Wideman spent rhanksgiving with friends In Lorain. llarve Howe mad a business trip to Akron Wednesday. A. C. Pearson teaches the winter term of school east of, town. Mr. M. Dague and wife and John Woods and wile were in Medina Saturday. Since the departure of our would be sports tor the wilds of West. Virginia, many a sad heart at home has longed to hear from the far away (poor boys) whom they knew could not long remain away from their mammas. Many a time did they stride to the postofflce only to be dis appointed in receiving neltne; venison nor even a letter. At last came the glad tidings 'that tuny were having the best of luck and had already chartered several cars In which (hey weie to find loom to re turn several thousands of carcasses; but nay, nay: nothing more was heard. It seemed that they most have become a prey to some before unheard of mosquito. As Thanksgiving day drew near the excite ment grew more tutense, until Wednes day evening, when tbey captured our town as did Cortex that of the Montexu- mas. Udoo bulDg questioned they re plied that they had returned home to spend the great holiday. As the list of the thousands of dead and dying is not very long we hereby give the same, which is absolutely correct. The first was a sap. sucker, which accidentally met death at the hands of our ex-owl shooter; and In onler to end their Ignominious butchery, one of our mucb-noted flea destroyers act ually, purposely and Intentionally shot at and deliberately murdered a red aqutrrel. The exploits of these hunters by far ex ceeds that of Lewis and Claik, or anything ol this kind before recorded, although they did not get within 00 miles of the hunting ground. Geo. fritz wis in Medina Saturday, Litchfield's musicians furnished music for a dance In Chatham Wednesday even In?. John Kernan Is working In Akron. A surprise party look place at the real, idence of Mart Frltx Thanksgiving eve. W. Davis and Mr. Parmmelee of Cleve land are visiting at E. II. Richards'. The Thanksgiving sxlal which was held at J. A. BacbteU's was well attended, 108 being present, and $11 was taken in. A good time was enjoyed by all, and as they returned home many thought that the day had not. been lived in vain. Ray Long of Penfleld has moved Into the house just vacated by Mr. King. W. Wurtz has moved upon H. Foskett's farm. "Resolved that the funnor has more to do than the farmer's wife," is to be debat ed at the literary Tuesday evening. Affirm. alive, A. L. Ilurd and W. Lcacb ; uegatlve J. Kruggle and F. F. Parker. Pmotection. flflNTINGTON. Dec. 1, '00. Good weather and nice rosds. Seems almost like Indian summer. We are really having our fall weather now. Services were held In the M. E. church on rhanktglving day. They voted whether women should be admitted as delegates to the general conference. There were only two votes against their admis sion. Thero will be preaching at the M. E. church every night this week except Sat urday nls.ht.OThe Baptist Church is cor dially Invited to Join In these meetings. We hear that Elder Myers has been very nek since he went back to the semi nary. Earnest Dlrlain is threatened with ty phoid feyer. Mrs. Daniel Clifford and her brother Horry Ledyard, of Chalham, visited at P. Z. Stedmnn's Saturday. Mi. ami Mrs. Elbert Chapman spent Thanksgiving in Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Smith and Mrs. A. J. RoiitHnn spent several days of last week in Ceiitcrton. Sidney Dlrlam spent Thanksgiving with his mother. Will Short spent thanksgiving with El bcrt Chapman's family. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Perry celebrated their filth wedding anniversary on Tues day, the 25ih. There were about forty five sat dowu to an elegant dinner. Friends were there from Huntington, Lodl and Ilavuna. The presents were both useful and ornamental. Among other things were an elegant eacy patent rocker, center table, Bible stand, etc. After a very pleas ant afternoon, when the evening came, it brought about fifty young folks to wind up the anniversary with in oyster supper. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Denton Bradner, a daughter on Thanksgiving morning. George Robinson's house looks from the oi'tside as If nearly finished. Lester Richmond and wife from Pen field spent Thanksgiving at Frank Rich mond's. Mrs Aggie Clark is so much better that she rude out last week. On account of the meetings the Ep worth League will not meet this week. Clarence and Charles Dlrlam spent Sun duy In town. There was a large surprise psrty at Hen ry Haskins' on last Wednesday evening. Ed son Clark and family spent Thanks giving in Wellington. Mrs. Jane Sencer is at home Irotu Co lumbus. J. L. Chapman and family spent Thanks giving at T, D. Phelon's. The P A. & W. R. R. Is now to be classed among tLe other railroads, as two men have been killed on It during the pust week. "I use Ayei's Cherry Pectoral freely in my practice, and ' recommend it in cases of Whooping Cough among children, having found it more certain to cure that troublesome disease than anv other medi cine I know of." So says Dr. Bartleit, oi ioncora, juass. SULLIVAN. . ' Nov. 25, '00, Mrs. Nettle Johnson, who has been vis iting at Wm. Chamberlain's for the past few weeks, expects to return home in a short time. Mr. Johnson is working for a belt company of Cleveland. Will Crosier Of Wellington has been in this vicinity the past week hunting quail and rabbits. Carl Ballouand Harvey Miller went to Cleveland last week. Tbey expect to spend the winter there. ' Tbe new walk from the postofllce to L Ingraham's store Is quite an improvement over tue oiu one. Let s nave some more new walks. F.ank West has opened a snoe shop in the north nxim of the Coats House. All work in his line will be promptly attended to. Mrs. Knapp is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Atkins. The dunce at George Hart's last week wss a pleussut affair. Mell Hubler Is quite sick. Dr. Weed man of Nova is aiiendlng him. Jake Ilyttt is bsck from Ely t la. A few days ago tbe public square was the scene ol a disgraceful row among a party of railroad men. The man in charge of the gang bust lea them out of town without their dinner. They bad some hop tea, though. Miss Allie Fulllngton wss married at tbe resldeoce of Uric Dlrlam last week. George Bllno, who is studying law with Charles Kinney at Ashland, made oui town a call Sunday. Fry and Arhut are pushing work rapid' ly on tbe B. & O. A number of our young people will at tend the ball at Lodi Wednesday evening, Nov. 20th. Last luesduy Dr. Biggnr of Cleveland and Dr. Rust of Wellington were called to riper ite on Silas Drake tor cancer, The doctors found him very low, and can do nothing without taking him to Cleve land. His recovery Is very doubtful. Mrs. DlrUm received $1,275 damage from the B. & O. railroad Co. J. G. Bllnn shipped two toot of poultry to an eastern market this week. Wsd Rlggs wat at Ashland on business Tuesday. There will be union services at lh, Con gregstlonsl church on Thanksgiving aay, Alter Eoo Rev. Mann is visiting his parents and other friends in this place. Tbe hop at Fry's hotel on Thanksgiving night was well attended. Dianthla Clark, wife of William Clark died on last Friday, The funeral took place on Sunday at the Disciple church Re?. Flnley officiating, assisted by Rev, lleywsrd. Mart Smith Is most of tbe time at Wei lington with his father, who is very sick with typhoid pneumonia. MiBset Nettle and Clndia Leiby are vis iting at Wash Koons'. . Mrs. A nna Koons, who has been visiting at Went 8alem has returned home. Will llcClellan is quite sick. Dr. Gregg has been attending him since Thursday. ' The members of the Disciple Church and friends of Rev. Flnley made him a do nation on Wednesday, the 20th. . A few nf our young people attended the ball at Lud i opera house on Thanksgiving eve. t h ey bad a splendid time. , Tom McDonald, one of tbe B. & O. rail road imm, gained an entrance to Fry's hotel oHioitfue' night not long since, in tending tont bis weary frame there un til 'morning, , He was discovered by Mr. Fry and Vuttfled out Into the street with out any c:remoiry. .. . People .-tie complaining of the crossing at the Ii. As.O. grade north of town. It is almost lii!'os-:ilife to get through there. Am-r tw,? weeks of sunshine we have another dark, ratoy Sabbath, keeping peo plo from r.luircfi and casting a gloom over everyone. , . Death is again In our midst. Ho comes silently and swiftly; and sooner orlater will surely conu to all, bearing us quickly and quietly away. But where Whocan tell? When Ke tie called upon to try the realities of ijiVlfii'eal unknown, then, and not till then, will each know what il Is. Are you ready to go! Are you ready? If not, then think of this. Alter Eoo. The founlnlu of perpetual youth was one of the (i reams of antiquity. It has been well-nixh realized it Aver's Sursaoa- rilla, which purines the blood, glvea vital ity to an uie ixxiuy iuncttons, and thus restores to aso .much of the vigor and freshness ol youth. 8PENCKR. v . Dec. 1, U0. A very sad accident happened 4 miles esst of here on tbe P., A. & W. railroad lost Wednesday evening. Tbe train com ing from Medina with several flat cars wrecked two of them, and Mr. Derham mer, who was coming borne to spend Thanksgiving, wss thrown off, striking on his head In the soft ground. It took two men to extricate him. He was taken to the nearest house, medical aid summoned, and all thai .-oit V,Jvi,was done for him. He was ' uoCiintctout newly all the time. Hellyed until morning, when he quietly passed . away. He was au old resident of tbls place aod respected by all. He leaves a young wife and three small children to mourn bit loss. Funeral services we held at tbe M. E. church Saturday afternoon, conducted by the I. O. O. F. ol West Su lem, of which he was a member. Rev. Wall of Wellington officiated. A large and sympathetic cuogregatiim followed hlui to his last restiof place. A very quiet weddiug took place at Hie residence of Mr. Motes Fuller Thanksgiv ing night, Miss Jennie Fuller uud Mr. Frank Egltn being tbe happy couple. The ceremony was performed by Rev. C. C. Inman. . John Miller went to Delaware Wednes day to py his sister a visit. . Mrs. Uuffenuiyer and family are spend lng a few days with her sister, Mrs. Van, and brother Hurry. Mr. Hendren, the resident i ugineer, Is paying his parents a visit In Columbus this week. Mrs. Will Woodberry and children of Bollver are visiting her parents and other relatives John Nealer laughs and la happy be cause he has a small girl boarder come to stay. Miss Fannlu Betx was In the hospital at Cleveland the past week having some tu mors remoyed from her brad. She is at home again and Is doing as well as could lie expected. Mrs. Monosmlth,who has been at Cleve land for tome time, has returned home and Is much improved in health. Work is progressing finely on the new depot building. Samuel Clark will start a bank or brok er's office soon. Morion Daugherty took in Wellington lastFrldsy. .Some of our young people took In the dance at Lodi Wednesday evening. Grandma Sooy had her usual Thanks, giylng dinner. Leslie Stroup went to Akron Monday, Rev. Snyder and wife are holding meet ings si uomer. Mrs. Klloker visited her sister In Troy Saturday. Mist Jane Jones is quite sick. Prof. Beaton and family of Chatham were in town over Sunday. Harry Hahn and Mr. Auble went to Medina Wednesday. Frank Miller took In Akron Friday. Black Bird. Ko Matt.r How Hani any druiiKlat tries to sell you his own eouab medicine, remember he does It because he makes mora money on It. Insist on haying Kemp'a llulsain for the throat and lung., for there It nu cough remedy so pure and none to uutck to break up a cold, For Influenza, aore nesa of the throat and tickling Irritation with constant cough Kemp'a IJalsura la an Immedi ate cure. Lrge bottles COc. and 11. At all dniKKlata'. LODI. Dec. 1, '00. Rev. Buckner of LeRoy was in town last week. Bert Feasel has gone to Tennessee, J. B. Snyder of Uurbank was on our streets last week. Charles Fullerton Is building a new bara. Mrs. Hamilton was in West Salem last week. Cal Prentice of Cleveland is spendim a few days at home. Charles Morse of Wellington spent Thanksgiving here last week. T. G. Loomis is on the sick list. N. E. Shaw of Medina was In town last week. Editor Loomis of the Norwalk Chron icle spent Thanksgiving with friends in Lodi. Mssier Charles Nead is able to be around again. Mrs. Mantz of Kentucky is the guest ol her mother, Mrs. Arnold. The first entertainment of the Lodi high school lecture course was held in the opera house on Friday and Saturday even, ings, Nov. 28, 2. It was well attended both evenings. The net proceeds ol the last evening will be put on the donitlon list for tie losers of the tire Rice Bros. which Is about $."0; and about $000 have been raised. The lecture couse will hold another lecture next Tuesday even ing. Dtceuiberl), nt opera hall, by Mrs. Olympla Brown, of Ruclne, Wisconsin, ner subject will In- "Foreign Rule." ' About 2:00 o'clock ou Friday morning the ciy of Are rang through the quiet streets of Lodi. It was discovered to be Rice Bros, planing mill. It is thought to huve caught from sparks from a passing train. Nothing was sayed except a little lumber which was half burned up. To tal loss is estimated at about $9,000. They will immediately build up again. O. K. WUITKFOX. Dec. 1, 00. One more week of nice weather. The roads in this vacioliy could be very much improved by the use ol the scraper. Mrs. W. B. McClaflin Is improving slowly. A. J. Barnes' little babe Is quite tick. Mr. Amos dcott and family tpent Sun- J.... 1.. IHL.i.f uajr lit n Biieiua,. w ... , j CbuslToster went to Norwalk one day last week. Mr. S. Rounds of Michigan, is spending a few days with Wm. Converse. Mr. Charles Rounds, who has been stop ping with Ii lends in this vicinity the pust six weeks leuves soon for New York to spend the winter for the purpose ol Im proving his health. Mrs. Carrie Minor of New London, Is yisltiug at her sister's Mrs. M. Beebe. Miss Luura Welch of Wakeinao, visited two days of lust week at Mr. Smith U. Fletchers. Some of our young people attended church at Brighton, Sunday evening, Noy. 30. Service! were held at the M. E. church Tbauksgi'.ing night. Mr. S. II. Fletcher and Uy. Bachus were in Wellington Saturday. An oyster supper at Mr. Smith Fletcher's Friday eve., Nov. 28. There were about twenty Invited guests. The eveniug was past in mirthful amusement and music, both vocal and Instrumental, when at 12 o'clock all were called to partuke of the elegunt supper prepared for them and were waited upon by two gentlemen of coloi. All reported a good tune and went bomu happy. A musical concert was given at the town ball, Clarksfleld, by Prof.O. Canann, assisted by hla class and Miss Alma Let erman, of Camden, But. eve.. Nov. 20, Dot. PKNriKLD. Dec. 2, IK) The sportsmen uf tbe place were all on the war-paib Thanksgiving day. G. Damon was in town Sunday. Miss Lulu McCoy Is visiting ber sister, Mrs. F. Biggs, In Pillsfleld. Married, Nov. 20, 1800. Miss Alice Dev eraux, of Penfleld, and J. Sherman of Wellington. J. M, Slsrr and wife were In Grafton last week. 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Read the testimonial, don't take our word for it: "I hv been auhject to tever. ipellt of Congestion of the liver, and have been in the lubit of taking from 15 to so grain, of calomel, which generally laid me up for three or four day.. Lately I have been taking Simmon. Liver Regulator which gave me relief, without any interruption to biuineu." J. Hugo, Middleport, Ohio. X U. ZEILI.Y ft CO., Sou Paorusrou, PHILADKLPHIA, PA. PRICK, lll.OO. LA 3ltAMfiK Nor. 20, '1)0. Mrs. Hnlcomb and daughter are visiting friends in Paulding county. J. U. Gardner and f iniily huvo moved to the Smith roud neighborhood In Spen cer. Harry Gott and family will soon occupy their farm he bought of Mr. E. R. IIul liurt, a half mile south of the center. Rev. W. H. I'ainti-r was in Cleveland on busiuessooe day the fore ptrt ol this week. Good weather; mud drying up. All miserable sufferers with dyspepsia are cured by Simmons Liver Regulator. Nothing like It for Dyspepsia and Indi gestion. Simmons Liver Regulator it a sale, sure cure. Facts spe.k louder than words. ' Sim- ' mons Liver Regulator will always cure. - " - liniOHTUM. .' Dec.l, tKO.v Thanksgiving sen ice held in tbe Con gregational church. An excellent sermon by Rev. J. A. Williamson. Mrs R. (linesman ot Michigan It visit ing her parents and friendt in town. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hall and daugh ter of Miclii.un are visiting in town. Mr. J. 11. lluulfman and family have re turned tf r:. Kansaa. Mrt. O. Hall Is visiting In Oberlln. Mrs. A. Hull Is visiting In Wellington.. Miss Bessie Cunlnghum of Oberlln spent a few duys in town. Mr. and Mrs. S. Clark spent Thanksgiv ing at Klptim. C. F. Greene, Esq., and sons spent Thanksgiving in Norwalk. Surprise party at A. Gill's Thursday evening. Mr. Smith of West Biookfleld tpent Tbauksgiving with his sister, Mrs. G. M. reasley. The M. E. Church Is making arrange ments fur building a parsonsge. Oyster .upper at town ball, Tuesday evening, Dec. 2. Ladies' Aid Society of 'the Congrega tional Church meet with Mrs. B.Uerbert Wednesday, Dec. 3d Rev. J. A. Williamson and family ot Clarkslleld spent Thanksgiving in town. Missionary conceit at the M. E. church last Sunday evening. James Jonea ot Fostorla spent a few. days in town last week. Sam. A Manlt Endorsembm bv a Ma A mono Men. Wherever men labor, Master Workmat T. V. Powderly, K. of L., Is known am honored. Speaking of the responaibilit) and reliability of Dr. IX B. Hand, x lately expressed himself as follows: "To whom It may concern 1 havi known Dr. D. B. Hand personally ant professionally for 17 years. He Is one o the leading and most successful physi ciana in northeastern Pennsylvania. I take pleasure In saying that his retried ie for children are exactly what tbey ar represented to Ixi. Throughout north ea.tern Pennsylvania they are househoUi necessities, and where they are once used they will be appreciated and kept fo -future use." For Sale by F. D. FelL U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.