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A. Family newspaper Devoted to the Interest of Loraia County .and Vicinity.
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10, 1891.
NEWS FROM ABOUT US.
NOTES FROM THE SPECIAL COR
JIESPONDENT3 TO THE
Abont1 tbe Recent Happenings and
Special Events In Their Im
j , mediate Vicinity. '
Highest of all in Learenine; Power U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17,1889.
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
is cut with a yoke, has long
sleeves, two . pockets, is
full length and well made.
It is a dandy.
All Bizes in boys' tennis
shirts. . 1
On our Harris "Wire-buckle
is ' ' '.
TWO YEARS .
We have the finest and
most complete line of '
- ever shown in Wellington.
Just' received, a lot of
. So the Citizens of Huntington and
Wishing to close out my business
, , . . READY-MADE CLOTHING,
. NOTIONS, -
' . BOOTS AND SHOES,
" . . " RUBBER GOODS,
; : AT COST
and less than cost. Also will sell store and dwelling.
Those indebted to me will please call and settle.
Huntington, June 8th, 1891.. A. J. BUREELL.
Always buy the Best.
And to find the best, always Come to our store, We bare the ,
Royal Lily, Orange Blossom and Famous brands of flour. , A fine
lino of , - .
Teas and Coffees
The very best to be found in town. -Fresh
Dairy butter and fresh eggs a specialty. The best brands
of Crackers and canned goods. California Fruits, ' Oranges
Csm as, FiRS and Dates. '' . '
5 f xry our reception naiteB.
n t i i -i i.i.:
I Our stock is all new and fresh,
this benefit over purchasing elsewhore. All come and see us.
' ' Tucker k Cole.
P. S."-YVe have a few goods
tlio fire that we 'will sell cheap.
Sweet, Orr & Co's.
Overalls, jackets and pants.
These goods are 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
Exactly what we
Them to be.
G. A. R. SUITS.
Before you buy a
-TRUNK OR VALISE -
Call and examine our line.
,i. .i it
hence the purchaser will have
on hand that were damaged, by
T. & C.
Men's and Youths'
Blacks and whites, '
Soft and stiff rims 50c to 1.25
Several styles of children's
Sailor - Hats
Sun Hats - - ' -' 1 5c to 25c
50c Uulaundered Shirt
in the market
Linen bosom, wrist and neck
bands, reinforced back, full
length and well made.
Fine Dress Shirts.
Of heavy cotton, seamless,
Our Assortment of
Light and Medium-weight
is complete. :
That depends upon the
Liver, for if the Liver is
inactive the whole sys- .
torn is out of order1 the
breath is bad, digestion '
poor, head dull or aching,
energy and hopefulnoea
gone,-the spirita aro de
pressed, a heavy weight
exists after eating, with
. goneral despondency and
the blues. The Liver is
the housekeeper of the '
health; and a harmless,
simple remedy that acts
like Nature, does not .
constipate afterwards or
require constant taking, .
docs sot interfere with
business or pleasure dur
ing its use, makes Sim
mons Liver Regulator a
I have teirtM 1U vlrtne pnmnally, ead
know that for DyatMip.ta.Iilllou.iMiM and
Throbbing HcadaaliB, II 1 bmit mull
ein tbe world oversaw. Hare tried Hrty
nthr nraiolle before ftlinmons Llv.r
Ilogulatnr, and none of tlmm f ve morw
than UnriKirary ml Iff, but the HegulaMf
nut only relieved but cuml.
U. li. Juku, Maooa, 0
LA GRANGE '
Politics wax wacm.
New potatoes in our market
. We are to have a Knights of Pythias
lodge la the Dear future.
Lorea Whits startt for Wyoming thti
Mies' Osddie Howk, or Wellington, ft
the guest oi Ceclle Johnston.
Atlis ; Haute Robbroa was visiting In
New London last week.
Mrs. V- A. Andrews is Inking lessons In
pastel palming of Mrs. G. A. Sorrick.
A. E. Butler attended the undertakers'
convention at Cleveland last week and re
ports a pleasant time.
Dr. G.N. Snyder is training his horse
tor tbe coming ciicait races.
. E. D. Ryan and Mrs. John Bearry were
In Wellington Friday.
Geo. B. Ryan's genial countenance Is
again seen In our midst. George came in
from Weston, 0., where be Is superintend
ent of the schools, i'
E. G. .tohnson, ot Elyrla, was In town
Thursdsy looking after the political inter
ests of bit friend, Col. Couch. :
J. T. Haskell, of Wellington, was in
town Thursday putting up his political
Tbe aged mother of Mrs. John Harvet
Is very sick and there Is little hopes of
That sensation will not appear In print
until tbe weather becomes warm enoogh
(or ns to get onr hair clipped. The peo
ple luteieeted "got onto" us and served a
a while cap notice on ns.
Tuesday evening Frank ' Reiner's barn
waa burned together wltb moat of the con
tents. Six horses were in the barn when
the fire was discovered and three of them
were all that could be saved. Those
which were burned irere all very valuable
horsesone alone being valued at $390
Lois over $2000; Insurance. $1000. Dr,
Holland is treallof the horses which were
saved 7".i JJadly scorched. Mr. Kelner
was hiiuy burned In trying to save his
horses,' " .
The remains of Mrs. Rlnehsrt were
brought here from Toledo last Tuesday.
Funeral services were held at tbe resi
dence of Frank Behoer Wednesday.
. Lightning struck the barn of W. H.
Uolt during one of our recent storms.
Mr. Gott snd a horse wire standing near
the post where the lightning came down
and an old gun which was loaded hung
near the post. The horse was knocked
down and Mr. Gott wss dazed and It was
sometime before he could realize that
the old jtiin hadn't gone off, but that light
ning w.s what raited hob so. X. L
"For a long time I bad no appetite, was
restless at nitrbi, and very much debili
tated. After taking two bottles of Ayer't
Sarsaparilla, my strength and appetite re
turned, and my health was completely
restored." D. M. Fisher, Oswego, N.
Junk 8. The Grangers held a fainera'
picnic on the town ball grounds Baiarday.
Tbe program consisted of an address on
farming by Mr. Leech, of Litchfield; rec
itations by tbe children; music, and din
ner served in picnic style. A suod time
was erjoyed by those In altendence in
spite of tbe storm.
J. Gayloid is spending some time in
Children's day will be observed at the
Congregational church next Sundsy. "
Mrs. Blanche Smith and child aie visit
off at ber father's.
Beymour Johnson and wife visited In
Oberlln Saturday and Sunday.
The town people and others are going
to thti cemetery on Friday to Improve the
looks of the grounds, which are sadly In
need of notice and rvpMr.
Rev. Alberttou and Mr. Penfl.ld will at
tend the ordination af W. Lincoln at
Litchfield, which takes place Thursdsy
afternoon. 1 ' '
. Rev. Walton", a native of Africa, preach
ed in the Congregational church Sunday
The more sensitive nature of theemale
sex renders women much more soscepti.
ble than men to those numerous it's
wKlrb anrlnir from Inr.k of harmnnv In tlin
system. The nervous system gives away,
Pick neixiacns if irpquruw, iue iiwuva is
lost, and other aliments peculiar to the
mw .in., trrant .nOMrlnir HumP. K.na.
parlllais peculiarly adapted lor such
cares, and nas reeolved the moat gratify.
Ing pra:e lor die renei u nas aucruca
tlw,iiannit. nl woman wIiom virr exlfit-
ence beforo taking It was only mlnery. It
Strengiof ns me nerves, curri oil. imnu
acbe and indigestion, purifies and vital
izeithe blood, and gives regular and
healtiiy action lt every yr?n in tho body.
Junk 8. Rot. E. Myers, former pastor
of tbe Baptist church, will preach here
next Sunday morning In the Bnptlst
The ordination of Elder LUley takes
place In the Baptist church on next Tues
day, the 10th. Ordinatiop sermon on
Tuesday evening by Elder HartmHn.of
Tbe annual Bxptlst Sunday-school con
vention will meet In tbe Baptist church
on Wednesday and Thursday ot this week.
Father Burroughs preached last Sunday
mdrnlng in the M. E church from the
eighth verse ol the tblrtyfourtb Psalm.
His sermon was very interesting.' He
said that when he waa riding on a circuit
It there were as many persons present as
there were saved in the ark be always
preached. It was rainy Sunday and
there were not as many present aa on
Rev. and Mrs. Pappenhagen spent part
of laat week In Cleveland.
Mrs. Powell, from Kansas, has been
spending a couDle of weeks with her friend,
Mrs. Wm. Ward.
J. L. Chapman and his wife spent last
Sunday at Mrs. Wm. Nooney'a.
A new sidewalk un the south side of the
Baptist church adds good desl to tbe
looks of the center.
There was no meeting at the M. E.
church last Sundsy evening. A good
many attended the children's concert In
the Baptist church.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Z. Stedman spent Sat
urday in New Lmdou.
Misa Emma Holmes is spending a few
weeks in Medina.
Mist Ada Nimockt is visiting In Lodi.
Clarence Dlrlam Is working In the
ceee factory east of the center.
'' MUts Nellie Short went to LeRoy on
Tuesday to spend a couple of weeks with
Mrs. 7. Buckner.
The concert at the Baptist church last
Sunday evening wae very good. Tbe
bonse was well filled.
Children's dsy will be observed next
Sunday evening st tho M. E. church.
For constipation, biliousness and kid
ney affections remember Commons Liver
J ins 9 Ralph Kingsbury arrived bere
June 4 on a visit 10 bis mother who is
failing all the time. ' ,
The ice cream social at the town hall
given by the Pittsfield literary society
Thursday evening was well attended not
withstanding tbe cold weather.
Children's day at the M. E. church J una
7, one week earlier than the regular time,
on account of the pastor being at Klptou
June 14. The sermon In tbe morning was
for tbe young people and children, thi
evening being given In the Sunday school.
Tbe chorch wss very tastefully decorated
and tbe exercises were most thoroughly
enjoyed by a large and attentive audience.
Tbe order was excellent, one or two out
bursts of clapping of hands being toon
checked by tbe efficient presiding officer.
RiltonsnpM. bile, bolls and tha hliw.
can be cured by taking Slmmona Liver
Juki &Mrs. J. W. Klnner, of New
Washington, is visiting ber friends and
B. J. Bachus has started a barber shop,
Leon Loveland spent a day In New Loo
don last week.
Royal Justice expects to ttnrt for Cleve
land Tuesday to receive medical treatment
Died, at the nsldence of her uncle, Mil
ton Weston, Chicago, 111., of typhoid fever,
Anna Koster, aged ID jears aod 8 months
Burial si Brighton, Jnoe4; luneral services
were held at Wliliel.-n, Sunday, June 7, at
2 o'clock. ' -
Died, May 81, at br hwnn l P.riybtoo,
Mrs. Emer Phillips Funeral services
were held ai Uhltefox church Tuesday,
June S, at 11 a. m.
.A precious one" (mm us ha goue.
A voice ws loved Is stilled,.
A place is vacant to our home
Which never can be tilled. ,
God In bis wisdom has recalled
' The boon bis love bas Klveo;
Though the bodi 's mouldering here,
1 The soul Is sale la Heavea.
The Texas cow boys take 8lmmons
Liver Regulator whn bilious J, E.
Pierce, Kancnero uranae, itxss
HEW LONDON, .
June 8. The graduation exercises of'
the high school passed oil very pleasantly.
The class numbered nine four ladles and
five gentlemen the largest class eyer
graduated bere. All tbe participants did
honor to themselves and to their worthv
superintendent A reception was keld
for them at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
McClelen on Friday evening. May 20.
which pleasant gathering will long be re
membered by those fortunate enoneh to
have been present. .
Nature wore one of her aweeteat amllaa
on decoration day and a large number of
people came out to participate In and
witness (be exercises. Special praise It
due a recitation given by little girl from
Greenwich by tbe namo ol Wagoner.
I ne sound of tbe carpenter'a hammer
will be heard on various streets In our
town this summer. aE, Washburn is
going to remodel the ok) Lannini honse '
which he bai purchased and moyed on a
lot in tbe west part of own; and we un
derstand he Intends to erect a fine real-
dence on the former site of said house.
Frank Skellenger bis'.the foundation un
for a new house on South Main street ,
The editor of Tho Record and Lis lf
have been taking a vacation.
Miss Carrie Clark bas a-one to In.lltnna
for the sommer.
A few evenings since Mias Jessie Bar
tnpee. while walking over a bad Discs in
tbe sidewalk, stumbled, fracturing the
Dones In the ankle, which will cripple her
tor some lime.
llev. N. J. Close Is convalescing. He
will soon be out sgaln If no relapse comes.
Mrs A. Staiblrd la very low.
There la a new arrival at tbe home of
Mr, and ' Mrs. Knight, by way of a bounc
ing big boy., , . . .
,E. C. Myers, one of our New London
boys, filled tbe pulpit at tbe V. E. church
Sunday morning and at the Baptist church
in the evening.
C. C. Post's father hat been visiting him
for several days past.
The M. E. aid society will meet with
Mrs. B. F. 8iarbird on Friday afternoon of
Mrs. O. H. Hartupee and Mrs. A. R.
McConnell attended the annual conl.r.
ence of tbe W. IL M. 8. at Mansfield last
Married, 00, Sunday, June 7. at the real-
dence of the bride's mother, by Rev. E.
C. Myers, broiher of the bride, Mr. Mc
Clelen, of Wellington, and Miss Llllle
Myers, of New London.
Messrs. W. R. Brundaire and Malcomh
A Miller, each has a delivery wagon.
BIra, Katie Uinckiy la reported to be
lying at the point of death. - Ninn.
A "Balm In Gilead" tor you by taking
Slmmona Liver Regulator for your dis
A colored glee club from Oberlln under
the management of Evangelist John Bax
ter, hat been giving concerts In Seneca
county Tbe Youeg People's society
and Sabbath school of the First M. E.
church, presented their leader, T. J.
EUkrtt, wltb a handsome bible on Tues
day evening, T. J. Henderson making'
the presentation speech. Mr. Elliott was
taken by surprise by the young people'
who called at hit residence. During
thetbnnder atoim on Wednesday fore
noon last, Mr. Adam,. Burke's barn was
struck by lightning, rafter completly
splintered, some shingles torn off, a pig
eon and tome jchickena killed. It it Just
lour yean since Mr. Burke's house wu
struck by lightning In a similar manner.
It came very near striking twice In the
same place. News. .
Bom fancy the charmt of the lily-white-maid,
Of etln rial form and languishing eye,.
Who falnta in the sunshine and droops la
And is always "Just ready to die."
H111 irlvi. m tbe gltl of the sunshiny face,
The blood lnwbosevelnscvurseshealUiy
Wiib tho viger of yeaik In ber movement
6h, that is )he maiden for met
She la the giii to "tie to" for Ilk. The
sickly, complaining womitn may be tn
objeot oj love and pity, but she ceases to
be a "thing of bnuly" worn down by fev
m ile w linens and disorders, suhjnetto
hyterU and a martyr bearing down
paios. Dr. Pierce's Favorite PrVatlptloti.
Is a aure cure for iktse litrewlg com. .
plaints, and will tiwmfnrai the feeble,
dnajplng sulltrerlnlo a healthy, happy,
blooming woman. Gnsniiil. eJ to givu
taiUfuution In every case, or money palu
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