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. .. V ... cieveland, o. j The A Family, Newspaper Dovoted to Interest of Lorain County and Vicinity. VOL. XXV. WELLINGTON. LORAIN .COUNTY. OHIO. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 1891. N fi- . , ; . . -; I 1 ' D 'J U 1 MM, In order to reduce stock and get our full liue of Ladies' Shoes more thoroughly introduced we will give, free, with every pair of ladies' Bhoes sold worth $2.00 or over, a pair of our finest ladies rub bers. Remember these are not inflated prices, but are on our new stock, on which we can also give you an elegant fit and save you money. ' ' This Sale Begins January 15th and Closes February 15th. So get your shoes and save a new pair of rubbers. We have just bought for spot cash 125 pairs of fine Gents' Shoes at a big bargain. They were made to order for a firm unable to take the goods. We saved on the purchase $1 a pair, and for thirty days will give this advantage to our gentlemen customers on fine shoes worth from $2.G0 to $5.00. They are latest styles and new goods. We can save you money on Boots, Felts and Rubbers. Cobbling neatly and cheaply done. The Benedict Shoe Co. There is an awful rush at our gallery from morning until night. WHY? PYKE'S BEST U Calet Photo's for $2 a dozeni Don't miss your opportunity. This offer lasts only until February 20th, inclusive. NOW is the time for you to have your pictures made. In conjunction with this golden offer, each person purchasing one dozen cabinets is entitled to guess when, on Feb. 21, '91, east-bound train No. 10. duo in Wellington at 10:35 a. m., shall pass a line drawn from the east end of the depot at right angles with the track. Jno. Wight, with a stand ard, regulated-stop-watch is to determine the exact instant of the transit. The indi vidual who shall have made the nearest hazard to the time discovered, is to receive an elegantly framed and executed $25 Crayon Portrait, of himself, or herself, done at this gallery. Come early, that annoying delays may be obviated. An awful rush is apprehended. ftmioiiiiceiiicii . . We desire to announce tohc people of "Wellington and vicinity that we have purchased the Stock Clothing of Messrs. W. "VV. Harvey & Co., and will continue busi nnoa in fbn Biimn buildinrr. where we will be pleased to meet all of you. Come in and . i.i i acquaintance, wnetner you uesire iu pui-uiiusu or uui. v n-rroff in hn nnm iinrcd with vou hereafter, and have come to etay. Wo will endeavor to keep choice lines of clothing and furnishing goods, hats and caps, and will sell as low as Ion"- established business principles will warrant. Very Truly, ' ; Chapman & WL')X CHIOMBBTtK'l iMOUHH. HC0 CROSS JFDlAMOHD BlAHO A' "-4 Tm omoiKi MNumr. Th nlr , ear uwi mu4 rtu is. (If kHllZl.u b'.. rlbM. Tat ar a I. 4. WW md lmUMmt. V SM4 k, all Laval DraafUta, IBIB. t. see us, that wc may form your . a i i tu Robinson. CHICHtSTKR CMmiCAL CO., MadlatHi .NaMV, I Ilil n it How wretched is the man who has fallen a victim to Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, or diseased Liver, with all the horrible attendants. Look uoon the picture. Poor man, being tired of dragging out a miserable existence, he is the picture ot despondency ; altogeth er, be is rather a forlorn specimen. Do we pity him? Of course; but at the same time feel assured that in a measure be is to blame for the bad state into which he has fallen A sure, safe, speedy and easy cure can be found in Simmons Liver Regulator Nature's own rem edy. No mercury or deleterious drugs, not unpleasant to the taste, and always . reliable just such a remedy as you cun Sin your faith to without a shadow of isappointment. Read the testimonial, don't take our word for it : Than been luhjcct U wvcra pells of Caseeirjon of the Liver, and bare t ve Men in the habit of taking from i; to o f rains of calomel, which ieoer.llr laid me up for three or four days. Lately 1 have been taking Simmons Ltrer Regulator which gave me relief, without any interruption to business." J. Hugo, Middlcport, Ohio. jr. ii. XEiLijr co., Sol PaoraUToas, PHILADELPHIA, PA. PRICK, SJl.OO. mm At ua.ta.red br Our S-e::il!:::c;:::i::',!, All AlHint tlitt IIiipiM-niiuK ii nil Special Eventsin tlifir IiidikmIIhI e Vicinity. LITCIIKIKI.il. .Tan 20, 'Ot. Our thenlrical iroupt! isniiuiu on the war path. The merllnct cltisetl in the Methodist church Inst Tuesdny evenliiii and wtire roinmeneed la the Uuptlsl church Inst nluht, and to-nlitht Her. rjpliiney. Is expected to be pment and take charge of the meetings the coming week. The singing Is to be led by Mr. Blidsall. Burglars entered A, K. Strauahau's store last Tuesday nliut and were nearly ready to blow open the sate when U. K. Norton dltcor ered a light In the store, and upon going over they Immediately disappeared. That they well knew their buslnoss there can be no doubt. They cut the telephone trading to the house, which Mr. StnyiRlmn hoard, and wai urged to go to the store, but without avail. They ob tained goods td the value of about -Vi, Includ log silverware, pocket knives, rasors, eto Had tbey been undisturbed and succeeded In opening the safe they would hare secured con siderable money and Jewelry- The spelling school on the (Smith road Satur day night was well attended, and Burt Lsnoe of LaFayette proved to be the best speller, spelling down the school three times In suc cession. Our obtaining the new miller Is not yet a certainty. L. A, Parker expect to go to Virginia this week to view some laud near Petersburg. The timber for new depot has been ordered, and It will be built Immediately. Last Wednesday being the 60th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Crane, formerly of Pen Held, some of their many friends and neigh bors lo this Immediate vicinity very happily surprised them. In the morning Mr. Crane made a business trip to JChatham, and upon his return found his premises taken pos session of. After the usual chat upon sueh oc casions a bountiful dinner was partaken of by all, after which L. A. Parker, In a few well chosen and well delivered words, presented the host and hostess with a very fine rocking chair, a watch oharin and a beautiful album. The rest of the day was made use of to a good advantage by the forty-five present, and as they departed It was with the conviction that they had not lived the day In vain. Pbotbctiok. ' Feb. 8, '91. The eight republican senatorial Judases in Washington shoula be banged In efllcy If not In reality. It Is to bit hoped that tbry will yet see the error of their wsyi and reconsider their voihs on the Km m l inn blU- It seems , that our youni; fonts should hike better care of their oflkial docu ments or rather their matrimonial prm--ti i. ' diK-nments. The oysftr supper at the hotel .Wednes day evening h t vcrv well attem'ed on account of the bad roads. Madam rumor says that we nr to bve a train on the P. A & VV. each way every night and liiornlng. Our you ig pwp e xre again conslder- tr ii w-iys nd wherefores of raising $50 or 73 for the support ot the rtpxrllng room. The hue decided to baveJ. W. Fleflel l,'l Oi ei'l uHivi r a lecture, to have a dime social and-hav !n decided upon the play "Jededluh Judklns, J. P." A. C. IVhW it will bsve a spelling school in bis ilii-tri 4 on E st street next Haiurday ev. A prlze is to I e given to best HM-ller.. ., , W. W. Smith who made the proposition to our citizens to remove bis flourishing feed and saw mill here tor a bonus of $1000 baa subscribed $250 this making the $1000, and we are now sure of obtain ing the great enterprise. The meetlog closed in the Baptist church Friday night. Arthur Long, oi Medinu, was in town Friday. A. Rising, Jr., is visiting his sister, Mrs. I. F. Fessenden, in Wellington this wet-k. Some of our young people took lu the banquet at Chuttiam Friday evening. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that contain Mercury, an mercury will surely distrny the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system, when inlerlnK it through the mucous surfaces, tjiich articles should never be used except on prescrip tions from reputable physiclai.s, as the damage they will dn la ten told to the irood you cnn.pniujlbly derive from them. lUli's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by K. J. Cheney & O , Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and Is taken internally, and acts dlrecily upon the blood and mucous sur faces ot the system. In buying Hull's Catarrh Cure lie sure you get tfle genuine. It is taken-Internally, and niiide in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. , Sold by druggists, 75 cents. ' ,.Vf-iEi.n. v ' , Jan. 27, '91. Union prayer meetings will continue throughout the week. Conducted by Rev, Reader in the M. E. churcn. Cbas. Hall tell on the Ice last week and broke bis shoulder blado in two plnces. Miss Florence Penfleld, of Obcrlin, Is visiting friends In town. Mrs. McAfee is reported to be very sick. Douglas Goodyear and son have bought Mr. Kreb's grocery store ut Lotli. Mrs. Rev. Reaiier is In town. Frank Richmond and wife kpent Sun day with bis parents. James Damon and men have i (.turned from their work In Lodl. Mr. aud Mrs. Collins Johnson ol Klyrlu visited tin ir son, lust week. Mrs. Jessie Lang Is on the sick list. Jay Hart, 0. 1C blarr and E. IVitce at tended the Firmer' Institute at Elyria. D. Feb. a, '01. Tbu woodc.huck certainly saw his shad ow this year on Observation dxy. The prolrscted meetings are still In progress. If every one In town would at tend it would do them all good and the meetings would be favored with lietter success. Mlsi Cora Dugue and . Ervin Broad sword were married lust week. They have the best wishes of many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Penfleld, of Elyria, are In town. Miss lllunclie Dalglelsb was home from Otieriln over Sunday. J. M. Starr attended a K. of P. conven tion at Indianapolis, lad., last week. Fred Yost has rented a farm near Obcr lin and will leave here in the spring. Almon Andrews visited bi sister In Wellington last week. Mr. Devereatu and Mr. Cbas. 'dull ate slowly Improving, f Mrs. L. Ut'ice and Ernest Peirce are on the sick list. The Ot angers ot this place attended a meeting at Wellington lost Wednesday, D. hpenckh! Jan. 39, '91. Died at bis home at Bpencer river on Friday Levi Auble, aged seventy years. Funeral Sunday afternoon conducted by Rev. L. M. Snyder. Mrs.;Josl Curtis died on Sunday, Jan. 23th, aged elghty-ona years. Funeral Tuesday conducted by Rev. L. M. Snyder. Rev. L M. Snyder spent a week recent ly at New Portage assisting a brother minister In a meeting. Since then be has been holding special meetings at the River corners appointment, but owing to bad roads and dark nights tbe meetings closed a day or two ago. . . Dalnel Auble has sold his farm to Wm. Rice. ' ' , Mr. and Mrs.Chas. Dugne have been on the i i the past week or two, Mrs. frt-d Gardner spen ' lit werk In Rochester caring for her mother, Mrs Sol omon t-'i iii-wortb, wlo has been quite sick for he p ist weeks, J. I.. Green, of Granger has been in town for the past few day-t selling nursery stock. I'nrng i-iay be called on bis old trlends Rev. L. M. Snyder aud wife. s. H. it. Firestone Is buildi 14 an ad dition to ber house. G. S. Stedman Is about renting bis farm to Fred Dagne of Penfleld. Rev. L. M. Snyder was called to Dalton a day or two ago to see his aged mother who is sick. Wm. Oakley. Emanuel Oakley and Mrs. Minerva In man are very sick, J. II. Gardner attended Farmers' In stitute In Elyria Inxt k. Po s Experience Count? It does, in every line of business, and especially in compounding and preparing medicines. This Is illustrated lo the great superiority of Hood's Sarsaparllla over other preparations, ss snown uy tue re markable cures tc lias accompunui u. Ths head of the firm of C. I. Hood & Co. is a thoroughly competent and expe rienced pharmacist, having devoted Ills whole life to the study and actunl prepa ration of medicines. He is also a memlier of the Massachusetts and American Pbar maceutical Associations, and continues actively devoted to supervising the prepa ration and mnnauing the business con nected with Hood's barsaparllla. Hence the suoeiiority and peculiar merit ol Hood's Siiritaparilla is built upon the most aulistantiul loundiition. In its tin pur il ion there is represented all the mowledf,e which modern research in medical science lias developed, combined wilb long experience, bruin-work, and ex lerlmeut. It Is only necessary to give this medicine a lair trial to realize lis greut curative value. KOCHKHIKII. Feb. 3, 1)1. , Foreman Higgins of the C. C. C. & St L. section gang, is s -k with the grippe. The K. O. T. M, itiitme i three new members Into their organization at its meeting last Thuiaday. While the m-t. -hers were thus engaged in the hall of tbe Hotel Dellaik . ti-ii wives collected in the lower regions and surprised llii m with a suppei after the Iniiialory services were conclude-!. ' " " The following firms joined the Retail Commercial Agency of Chicago, iu this place. P. L. Kesslcr, Jhn Curry, M. Uoss fc Co. Lafe Simons is 011 a visit to friends In Ch eland. The Rev. vV. S. Cranston has signed a contract with the liaptist church lor bis services as pas or for one year. Rochester is developing considerable artistic talent uudcr the tutorage of Miss Tissnt of Wellington. . Curt Hurubee will change his place ot residence from Cnnda Porcinis Ave. to the Sheets inunion on State street. Tbe Misses Lena ami Lily Mitchell are seriously ill w ith lung trouble. The can of corn at th People's store was opened and couuted last Monday night and the ,ri.eii awarded. The cor rect mutiilier was illSI, and was guessed by M. Parker. IIai.g Com m m;s. llltHiHTON. Feb. 2. 191. Your corrcspKiiilents from this place have lulled lo note that there bns been a Orange organization here. Deputy War ten, ol Wellington, organized one ut this place bIkiui two mouths ago. We now lime ulxitit 110 members and new ones coining In at every meeting. The Ladies' society of the M. E. church are getting up an old fashioned school entertaiumeiit that promises lo be worth attending. The sociul at Mrs. Peel's was an en.l v able h flair and netted a fair sura for the parsonage. Several cases ol cblckenpox are re ported. D. M. Hal! spent Saturday in El rla A large force of men worked thtee days on the Parsonage last week and the frame Is nearly done. Grangkh. HHNTIS-OTON. Feb. 8, !. TheEpwortb League are making ar rangements with Mr. Johnson to have him give 2 entertklnments here In' the near future wilb bissteieopticau, one evening the Jouiitvn tlmxl, the other Highest of all in leavening Power. ABSOLUTELY PUHE the und-rgr . .i.H 1 1 1 , These enter tainments are v f b'gbly spoken "f. Mrs. Meachu n and Mrs. Lewis urted last week from a two weeks visit In the northern part of the county. Charles Sage is visiting at home. His father Is about again. Mr. Sage is work ing lor the Aultm tu Miller Co. of Akron in the northwest. ' Mrs. Hannah Brice from Sbawneetown, III., left last Friday lor ber home, after v itlng friends around here for a few weeks. Mason D. Smith spent Saturday night at ll ' Mrs. Mattie Chapman and Anna, Mrs. Jchn West and Hairy spent Wednesday In New London. : Will Short spent Sunday in town. Mr. L ml rs from Burbnnk, Wayne C Is baling buy on the Asahel Niamey ia ni WHITEPOX. Jan. 87. '91. Mrs. Ellen Phillips Is visiting at J. W. Klnner's in New Washington. Sir. Dell Johnston is visiting at John Emrcous'. As Leon Loveland was playing with SO old ax be lei it glance and made two toes out of one.. A BpidcrwfU social was held at Wm, Terwilllger's last Friday nluht. A large crowd and a good time was reported.. Tbe folks of Whitefox are looking for another great revival this winter as C. ,. Rutledue is uliotit to hold it series of meet ings nt the M. E. church. CI.ARKSHKJ.D. Jan. 27, -91. The dance at Willett Stoner's. Thursday evening was well attended. Minor Gray aud Arthur Hi lcomb are each the proud possessois ol u bnuueing girl. Will Puder was ou the sick lUt a few days. ' Charlie Whitney and Alvirt Collins were married recently. R J. Ciaig has sold his house to Eugene Merrill. ' Jerry Clark Intends to move to Indiana to taae charge of a cheese factory.. Mrs. Emma Julius is at' ber father's wrestling with "la grippe." Myrou Merrill lost one of bis best horses a few days ago. J. Spurrier went to Clevubind Tues day. W E. F. Tboy have never, failed !. I have been t-irk more or less for-the last ten years, which has co me manv dollars in doctors and druggists' bills. Tbe last two years it only cost mo three dollars. Why? Because 1 used Sulphur Bitters in stead of employing iloclor. They cured uie of Jaundice. F. F. Boyd, Hoboken. N'o doctor' bill presented to the fanv- ilics alio uee Simmons Liver Regulator.. PITTHPIKLU.. Feb. 3, 9L Rev. Warner who has been on a trip to Vermont, returned last week sick, infla. million of the lungs. Rev. S. O. Elliott has been laid up for a tew days with a hard cold, but Is now some better. Mr. W. Oillett and wife are spending a , few days In town before starting lor their home In Minnesota. Clarence Kingnhun and wife bare coma from Kansas to tuke cure of his mother, Mrs. C. H. Kioitsbui ), who s quite sick. Special services are still in progress at the M. E. church, considerable Interest being manifested. Rev. J. Mitchell, Pr siding elder at tended the quarterly meeting at the M. E. church last F 'iiy. Rev. O. Bitdgley conducted the com munion services at tbe M. E. church Sun day afternoon. Rev. S. O. Elliott preached morning anil evening. Our townsman, Willis Stone has rented bis farm to J. tVeMowsun, Stono moving into Oberlln as landlord of Park House. U. Belts has commenced sugaring, from the in iplea. Married today, Mr. Chailes Naeon U MIssNorah Wtltney. Some of our young men or boys; have forgotten, if tbeytver knew, how to behave themselves going along tbe streets and so imuse Iheuiw Ives carrying off gates and such like tricks, better quit M. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. 1 1 , 7; a : 1 1 1 t :! i iR 1 ri :;..Vi '