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A Family XTewspapor Devoted to tko Interest of Lorain County and Vicinity.
WELLINGTON. LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 3, 1891.
NO. 22-
VOL. XXV.
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an &' Bobinso:
Highest of all in Leavening Power TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
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Li Umi It 0:r S.eciail Corresnondests.
All About the Happenings and Special
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
GOc, 75c, $1.00, $1.25,
.( $1.50. $2.00,2.50.3.00
; Black Jerseys $1.25.
Children's Blouse Waists
, . Sizes 5 to 14 years.
50c TENNIS SHIRT
UY, n unVe. Vina lon?
" I OUk. Him tt jvv. o
f sleeves,, two pockets, is
;v ' full length and well made.
, It is a dandy.
All sizes in boys' tennis
shirts.
THE BUCKLE
On our Harris Wire-buckle
Suspender
is
UWAKRANTED-
for
TWO YEARS
y "We have the finest and
, most complete line oi
Gents' Neckwear
ever shown in Wellington.
! Just received, a lot of
Summer
U ; Four-in-hands.
) "Wellington
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t Fertilizer! Fertilizer!
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FARMERS, we desire to call your attention to the fact that
we are selling the best known Fertilizers at lowest prices at which
good goods can be obtained.
Mr. D. H. Gott is interested with us and all orders sold by
him will be filled at our warehouse.
Among our brands are:
The Great Eastern Co's., The Cleveland Dryer Co's.,
Vegetable and Vine, and Buckeye,
, Wheat Special Ohio Seed Maker.
riease call at our warehouse, where all orders can be filled at any time and where
we shall be pleased to show you our goods.
1.
Always buy the Best.
'And to find the best, always come to our store. We hare the
' . Royal Lily, Orange Blossom and Famous brands ! flour. A fine
lineof ' "
, Teas and Coffees
The very best to be iound in town.
Fresh Dairy butter and fresh eggs a specialty. Tks best brands
of Crackers and canned goods. California Fruits, Oranges
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Bananas, Figs and Dates.
Try our Deception flakes.
Purchase a package of baking" powder and getja prize.
Remember
i Our stock is all new and fresh, hence the pmrckaisr will have
'this benefit over purohaBing elsewhere. All come and see us. "3
Tucktr k Cole.
P. S. We have a few goods
the fire that we will sell cheap.
Sweet. Orr & Co's.
Overalls, jackets and pants.
These goods arc made of the
best material, fit the best
and give better satisfaction
than any other make. They
are warranted not to rip. A
new lot just in.
G. A. R. SUITS.
You Will Find
OUR GOODS
Exactly what we
Eepiesent
Them to be.
G. A. K. SUITS.
Before you buy a
- TRUNK OR VALISE -
Call and examine our line.
One-Price
- - ... -
Laundon, Windecker & Co.
AND .
D.p. Gott.
on hand that were damaged by
T. & C.
Men's and Youths'
STRAW HATS-
Blacks and whites.
Softjand stiff rims 50o to 1.25
Several styles of children's
Sailor - Hats
Sun Hats - - - 5c to 25c
The Best
50c Uulaundered Shirt
in the market
Linen bosom, wrist and neck
bands, reinforced back, full
length and well made.
Fine Dress Shirts.
WE SELL
THREE PAIRS
Of heavy cotton, seamless,
ribbed-top
BOOKS
tor
25c
Our Assortment of
Light and Medium-weight
U-N-D-E-R-W-E-A-R
is complete.
Clothiers.
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constipation;
IS called ths "Father of Dlaeaaee," be
nun there In no medium through
which dleeaae wo often attache tbe eyatem
aa by tbe abeorptlon of polaouous gea la
tbe retention or decayed and effete matter
In the atomaoh and bowel. It la caused
by a Torpid Liver, not enough bile being
excreted from the blood to produce
Nature'! own cathartic, and la general!
accompanied, with mob. reaulU aa .
Loss of Appetite,
Sick Headache, .,
Bad Breathi"e&.
' The treatment of Conatlnatlon doea not
ennalst merely In unloading the bowel.
The medlolnti muatnotonly aetaaa purya-
twe. but be a tonic a well, and not produce
after Ita use greater ecatlTeneaa. Toaeour
a reenter babttofbody without changing
tbe diet or disorganising the system
T"My attention, after tuttrlnc wldi rtnillpa.
tloa lor two or tare, fain, wm clla to Slauwaa
Liver Raftduor, anJ. IutIk fli abaoMmry
thing tlx, concluded to try It. I Bnt took a
wlnecUMful and afterward. ndtKed the do, to a
taatpoonftil, a dot dliectkna, after each ami. I
faend that Ithaddme w. so much good tiuit
coMlXMd It util 1 kxk two botUM. Bincethnl
hne aot periaeed aay dialculiy. I kcp It la
my aouae aad would aot b without lit hut have
ao aM for It, It havlof enrad bm." Caoi W,
Sim, Am'I CUrk Bupwior Court, Bibb Co., Oa.
w Take only the Qenuint, '
WUch ha. ea the Wrapper ta. red KK. Trade.
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Events In their Immediate Vicinity.
HUNTINGTON .
Juris 1. Decoration day passed without
ruin, which is an 'unusual thing. Satur
day was lovely day no mud, no dust,
and nice road. The following program
for the day whi carried out: Exercises at
tbe west cemetery at 11 a. m., decorating
of graves, singing "tk)ver Them uyer
With Deatlful Flowers," prayer by Mrs-
M. J. Beckley, sloiirK- There are six sol
diers' graves in thla cemetery. Exercises
at tbe center at 1 J), m., aingioging "Star
Spangled Banner,-; prayer by Elder Lllley.
memorial essay by Miss Flora Fbelon,
tone, sneaker ot the day. Rev. J. F. Brant
of Wellington, song, recitations by sol
diers' children-Nellie Cole, "Tbe Volun
teer's Death," Norman Griggs, "Thoughts
on Decoration Day," Lena Dirlam, "Sen
tence of the Soldier Tramp," Frank Hull'
"Tbe Soldier's Empty Sleeve." prayer at
monument by Ken C. W. fappenbagen,
song. "America," decorating, of graves,
solo lu the church by Dud. Cole, chorus
by choir. Tberej nre twenty soldiers'
graves In the center cemetery.
The exercises never passed off more
pleasantly or were more interesting than
on Saturday, illts Flora Phelon's essay
was very good, Indeed, and read so that 1
could be heard distinctly in every part of
the house. Due pleasant change in read
ing the roll of honor was giving the age
at which the boys enlisted, and tbey were
but boys, most of tlieni being under 21
vears of atro- Even one listened with In
terest to Rev. Brant, lie showed that he
could bold tbe attention of an audience
just aa well on the week day as on Sunday.
Tbe committee on music did their duty
well and furnished us some very fine pat
riotic songs. Each and every one of tbe
comrades' childret did well, bad good
piece and spoke them well. Taking it
all luiiether. it was one of the- most sue
cessful Decoratlnr davi we have ever ob
served. :.. That tilt few towns whso peo
ple do more to honor their raiien neroes
than Huntington. The attendance over west
was larger than ever, and tbe town hall was
filled full. It was very prettily decorated
with evergreens, flowers and an abundance
of flan. The monument waa draped
with bunting and little flags, with wreaths
at each coiner.
Rev. Peter Burroughs, auperanuated
prescher ol Erie, Conn, will preach in tbe
M. E. church next Sunday morning. He
is 84 years old and has preached tllty-flve
consecutive years.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feulhn ol Long
Island have been visiting friends here.
Mine LeDha Phelps, who la atteuding
school In Ashland, visited her mother last
week.
Mrs. Carl Rouen had quite a number of
Lilly' friends meet her there last Friday
as she waa home only for Decoration.
She and her husband returned borne to
Lodl last night. Frank visited his fa
ther's family in. Penfleld.
Excursion on the P- A. & W. Snturday,
to Akron, was attended by about twenty
from here.
Mrs. Albert Lang and her two little
granddaughters, Nettie and Genevieve,
spent Decoration day and Sunday with
friends la town.
Miss Ida Eglin spent Decoration day at
home.
Mr. and Mra. Will North from Lodk
Mrs. Ledyard and Harry from Chatham,
Mr. and Mrs. McCabe and Jenny from Le-
roy, Mis. English from Lodi and Will
Bhort fom Oberlin apent Salurdny and
Sunday In town. .
Dud. Cole had triends with bim from
Wellington. .-. '
Turner and Horry West spend this wetg
In Oberlin with Burt Cann.
Mrs. Jack'Routson. Mrs. Milo Smith,
Leila and Myrtle I'rovlne spend this week
at Centerton with Will Smith's family.
Grandma Dirlam docs aot aeein to im.
nrove much. Some of her children from
away are with her most of the time.
9100 Reward. 9100.
Tha ,! nfTllR KnTKUIMUBB Will
I., nlasuul In lnarn that there is ut least
one dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all Its stages, ana timi ,s
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure known to the medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being a constl utlonal
disease, require a constitutional treat
ment. Uall Catarrh cure la laaen mier
nally, acting directly on the blood and
mm.ii. unriKcaa nf tha avatem. thereby de
stroying the foundation of the dlseaax,
anu giving uie pnui'iit ouougvu vj
ing up the (constitution and attesting na
h... tn Hnlnj Ira amrk. The tiroorletort
have so much faith in It curative powers,
that tbey offer $100 for any oaae that It
rails to cure. , oena lor nw ui . eauui"u
lata Address,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, U.
&Sold by Druggist, 73c. . (25
ABSOUUTELY PURE
LA GBANOK
June 1. Look out for a sensation next
week.
L. B. Sweet returns to his home at
Ithaca, Mich., tomorrow.
Wanted new clerks at Brinsmade's.
Clyde Wilcox is back from the Ohio
State university at Columbus.
Ed Pelton and wife and Cbet Crow, of
Cleveland, were in town over Sunday.
Mrs. A. E. Luwreuce starts soon on an
extended visit to Birmingham and thence
to Michigan point.
Mis. Phebe Taylor, of Wheeler, Ind.,
ha been visiting her brother, II. A. Wil
cox, the past week. She leayes for home
Wednesday, and will take her little niece,
Bessie Gott, with her to stay through the
summer months.
P. H. and S. P. Merriam have improved
the looks of their premises by laying new
sidewalks.
Oliver Root, of Grafton, waa In town
Saturday attending decoration exercises.
A. E, Butler is Improving tbe looks of
bis business block by a coat ot fresh
paint
The base ball game on Saturday be
tween our nrst and second nines waa
quite exciting. Score, 8 to 6 in fayor ol
the old team.
Mrs. Addle Richmond and Miss Cecile
Johnson are on the sick list today, but we
hope they will feel better In a day or two.
D. D. Gott aud wile, Lew parsons and
Mra. L.G. lJar in leave here for Chatta
nooga Teon.r where thty will make their
future Lome. L. G. Parsons had preceea
ed them to make tbe preliminary ar
rongementa.
County Treasurer J. &, Willard wa
showing Andy Parson to our dear people
last Wednesday. Mr. Parson is a candl
date for recorder and, by tbe vrny, we
think be would make an excellent official.
. Decoration serylces were well attended
by our people and we noticed a good
many from adjoining towns were with u.
Orations were delivered by Revi. Painter
and Eaily and Lee Stroop. Fine music
was rendered by the Relief corps quartet
The G. A. R and Ladle' Relief corps
were in full attendance. One of the di
rect result of the observance of decora
tion day is that most people uowaday
careluliy arrange theic lota in the ceme
teries and carefuljy decorate tbe grave of
their dead with beautiful flowers. What
could be a mure beautiful tribute to the
memory ol the departed ! X. L.
Stop and Think
How much money you have thrown away,
buying worthless medicines, prepared by
unprincipled parties, who care not what
harm they may do to your system. You
can depeud 00 every bottle of Sulphur
Bitters aa being a reliable medicine. IX
searches out and cleanses trom the blood
all impure matter, and make you feel like
a new person Boston l)aily Globe. 23
luutiUToa.
Jl.NE I. The exercise of Decoration
day passed pleasantly. A cumber ol the
G. A. R. and 8. of V. from Wellington
were present and assisted us in the exer
cises. A good address ny comraoe Has
kell of Wellington wa delivered. There
was a good attendance of our people.
Mr. George Clark has returned from a
visit to Michigan.
Mrs. Ella Hardy Is visiting in Cleveland.
Mrs. Hazel of Wellington spent the
Sabbath with her sister, Mra a Hall.
Frank Dibble ot Liverpool waa In town
Sunday.
Conundrum supper at M. E. parsonage
Batmday evening.
Children' day exercise will take the
place of the regular exercises in the
Congregational church on Suudsy morn
ing, June Htb.
Died at ber borne In the west part of the
township, on Sund.ty, My ol.it, Mrs. Em
ery Phillips, Funeral services, Tuetday,
June 2d, at Whltefox church, conducted
by Rev. Geore Knapp. Sax.
When you're languid ati'i dull In 1
spring 01 tuf year,
When stomac'a' and liver a e all out ol
gear, ,
When jou're stupid at morn aud feverish
atntahl,
And nothing gives relish aud uotblug gnc
. ''Shi.
Hon't try any nostrum, Elixir, or pill,
"Golden Medical Discovery" fust fill the
bill.
Tbe surest and best of all remedies for
all disorders of the liver, stomach and
blood, Is Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical
Discovery.
SPENCER.
Junk 1. Rollin Brown, who Is at work
in Akron, Tag home Saturday and Sun
day.
Mr. Dr. Albrow, who has been several
days with friends, returned to her home
in Cleveland.
G. 8. Stedman, who accompanied hi
brother to Indiana, made a short stay on
account of poor health.
Mr. Howard and wife, of Rochester,
visited In town last week.
Fred Gardner and wife were in Orange
a few day.
Mr. F. R. Looml. of Norwalk. 1 visit
ing at A. E. Ellborne'i.
The Wellington Junior band gave us
some good music on tho street Saturday
evening. All right, boys, come again.
May Towneend,of Wellington, waa at
Sybil Stroup'i over Sunday.
Henry Gross' Bister, from Liverpool, la
visiting bint fo a few days.
Miss Allison, of Ashland, has been with
her sister, Mra. Orr, for a few day.
eaiuroay wa a splendid day lor deco
ration and everything passed off in good
order. Judge Lewis delivered a anlendirl
address to a large crowd of pepple. The
music by tbe band was fine and all joined
in singing that good old song, "When we
were Marching Through Georgia."
The band boy gave an Ice cream and
strawberry festival .in the evening and
their supplies failed to fill tbe multitude.
Weak Women.
The more sensative nature of tbe female '
etx readers women much more suacepti.
bletban men to those numerous ill
which spring from lack of harmony la the
system. The nervous system gives away,
sick headache la frequent, the appetite la '
lcet, and other ailment peculiar to the ,
sex cause great suffering. Hood'sSaraa- '
parllla la peculiarly adapted for uch -cases,
and haa received the most gratify
ing praise for tbe relief it has afforded
thousands of women whose very exist
ence before taking It wa only misery. It
rtrengthenathe nerves, cures sick head-
acne and indigestion, purifies snd vital
ize! tbe blood, and gives regular and
healthy action to every organ io the body.
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PENFIELD.
Junk 2. Memorial day was duly ob
served by our citizens. Rev. Resder de
livered tbe address at the M. E. church at
1 p. m.. The bond furnished good music,
and the recitations' and selection rendered,
both at the house and cemetery, were well
done and appropriate. Our dead heroes
graves were decorated with bouquets and
wreaths.
The Epworth league held a sociable
Friday night at Mr. V. Fune's. A good
time wa reported.
Mrs. Fred Andrews and Mrs. J. M. Starr
have been visiting In Cleveland a few
days. '
Mr. and Mrs. II. D.Taylor attended the
Boat-Douglass wedding last Weduesday at
Wellington.
Cliff Lindsley waa in towa over Sunday.
Miss Manio LVnhaui has returned from
a prolonged visit in Cleveland
The Y. P. C. E. society met at the Con
gregational church ea Thursday evening
to elect new officers.
Mis Carrie Tayler is visiting friends la
Ejrla-
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scovilla and daugh
ter of Lorain were ia town a fev days.
Tbey returned konte ea Monday.
There will be chair drill at the Congre
gational and Methedist churches on Sat
urday night. This skould not be forgot, i
ten by the member of either choir.
Mr. Cb a. Starr, of Elyria, made a few ,
call in our midst Meadsy.
Mr. Delong wa very agreeably surpris
ed Saturday by a large company of friends
sod relative meeting at ker house for the
purpose of celebrating her birthday.
About forty guests were present and left -tome
quite valuable presents, which will -be
lovingly cherished as reminders of the
event. Doc.
ni'MAN INSTINCT. A " '
So powerful is human Instinct, that
some of iis suggestions become embodied
In social and bouseheJ castnma The ft
people know and leal that at the begin
ning of the spring aeasoo the system
needs an alterative and a purifying tonic
and slimulent. In all parts of the country ,
it is tbe custom for Me housewife to dose '
ber brood with sassafras tea. Among the
simple remedies that eur ancestors em- " ''
ployed, this decoction has continued to- '
hold it own. Tbe ttomand for a spring'-
alterative and tuaie, hewever, is filled -more
eDlniclously by S. 8. 8., which la lt
slf as simple aa naturn' remedial tnedl .
cine should be. It puilfles the blood, '
cleanses and strength thi system, and
prepares tbe human neck in to stand the
wear aud tear ui the suaviter months.
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