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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1892.
Advertised Letter. The following letters remained uncalled for at the post-office, October 81 : Mrs. Eliza Gilkia, Mrs. T. nouse, Miss Wint Rannells. RE. Husted, P. V. The Testimonials Published in behalf of Hood's Barn pa rilla are as reliable and as worthy ur confidence as If they came from your 'iest and most trusted neighbor. They Hate only the simple facts in regard to : hat Hood's Sarsaparllla has done, always 1th truth and reason. DIED. SAVE YOUR MONEY I ' Buy Good Goods Cheap! I show you ladies' dongola, hand-welt, plain toe marked down from $4.50 to $3.50. Ladies' hand-turn button, plain toe marked down from $4.50 to $3.25. Ladies' dongola button McKay marked down from $3.50 to $3.00. MY SHOES AT $2.00 AND $2.50 ARE UNEQUALLED. ALL WIDTHS AND ALL SIZES! IB. SEEAG-E. DEWEY.-At his home en Prospect street on Bunday afternoon, Oct. 30th of apoplexy, 6. H. Sewer, sued 72 years, 8 'months, 26 days. He was born In Bucket, Mass., Feb. 4th, 1820, and eame to Ohio In September, 1844. He married Miss Susan L. Reed, Am. 4. 184$, They lived successively In Strongs vllle, Medina, Litchfield, Berea and Welling ton. Mr Dewey leaves no children bis wife and one slater, Mrs. C. D. Perkins alone of bis family surviving him. The funeral was beld from tbe house to-day at 2 o'clock. Rev. W. I. Barton officiated. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Read the new story. November u with us. A fine shower visited ui cn Tuesday, Attend the political meeting tomorrow night Qunil, rabbit and squirrel are reported scarce. , Death is making frequent calls upon our people. Let us hear from our new correspondent in Penfleld. Head the notice Issued by A. B. Lambert township clerk. The price quoted on wheat Is only sWty nine cents. , Fine potatoes on the market (or seventy cents per bushels, Farmers claim that the fly is visiting the fall sown wheat Fruit tree dealers are delivering their orders for fall planting. Some real estate being sold in town, but ,. at very moderate prices. Wellington township bas been divided into two election precincts. Mr. Voter walk into your stall next Tuesday and mark your ticket. No more sample conies will be sent from thlls office after this date. Change in time on the Big Four Oct 80th. 6es corrected time table. The lawyers, constables and Justices have been busy for the past week. Mrs. F. W. Bennett entertained her Sunday school scholars Monday evening. ' The boys celebrated halloween Monday evening, but no damage was repotted done to property. Chairman Lang will instruct the voter how to mark bis ticket. See card in an- other column. Our own Phlneas J. Llndcr and Editor Reefy of Elyrla, baye taken the stump in this county this fall for Mr Hurler. The American house under the manage- nent of L. Stemple & Son, bids fair to bo among the leading hotels in this part ol the state. Patrons of the Big Four cau now go to Cleveland In the morning and return in the evening. No train stops here r"'uH east in the afternoon. A special elec" will take place Nov, 8th in Peodeld township to get a voice on unltlug the Penfleld township to the Pen field special school district for high sckdol purposes. ' Farmers are still coming to town look log after their claims against O. W. Cro . tier & Co.. but the bird has flown and there appsars to be little hope of recovering anything. The liabilities of the (Inn are expected to reach $1.000, and perhaps more. The first meeting of the Ladies' Afn-r-noou club for this season will be ln-1'1 on Friday, November 11, at the residence of Mrs. Gardner. The subject will be "The Dedication of tho World's Fair Buildings," and the topic fni rorif erH.iii.ti, iVrollne Scott Harrison." A mm: thot a white coon on ninlit last Week In the nortbmst part of the township. He brought it to town tho next duy anil placed il on exhibition. Even the old-time hunters that cai'.ed a torch uude of hick 01 v bark said that they never siw a snow white roon brtoif. The tliii tf nth annual convention of the nlnHtennih dimiict, Ohio Sunday-school association, embracing ll.e ennnties of Cuyalioua, Surami', Medina and Lorain will lm held in this place November 17 end 18, cuiniiieiiclnir Thursday afternoon and closing Friday afternoon. C. W. Uorr called at our sanctum and informed us that be was not attorney for G. W. Crosier & Co. He said that he knew nothing about the matter until Bun- day evening, October 23, when G. W. Cro sier called to see him, and tbia was after all of the property had been transferred, A committee of three gentlemen from the First Congregational church at Jack son, Mich., waited upon Rev. W. E. Bar ton, Friday evening, and urged him to ac cept of (heir proposition; but Mr. Barton had already decided to remain in Welling too, and. se advised the committee of his decision;"'" Everybody should come to Wellington to trede. Our dry goods merchants, boot and shoe dealers, tlothlerv grocers, and In fact e wry branch of trade is represented here that is necessary for the benefit of ihe enih-e com molrttr. Polite and attent ive clerks are abrajs on -hand ready to snow goou . - The lollpw.UK Mrsed persoas were elected officer of lb Hartley Lambei company last weekt V. McDersaott, of Cleveland, president 0. McDorssott, Wei- linfcton, vice-president and manager; II' B. Stevick, secretary. The office fixtures have been moved from Liberty street to a building situated near the hardwood mill in this place. The electors residing on the wett side o( the center road will be compelled to go to the cheese warehouse recently occupied by G. W. Crosier & Co., where the skip pers have reigned supreme since the members of the firm vacated, in order to vote. We assisted in building the town hall and expected to have the privilege of going there to vote. PERSONAL MENTION. Miss Elsie Nichols of Cincinnati, visited Mrs. C. llowk over Sunday. John Gammell of Akron, 0., was in town Monday. Miss Daisy Phelon now stopping in roledo is visiting friends in town, Wilbur Barrlck has gone to Michigan to give Instructions music Mr, and Mrs. Shubael Smith have gone to North Fairfield to spend a few weeks. Mrs. Win. Vischer left Monday after noon for Schenectady, N. Y. to visit her father who isjvery ill. U. B. Westfall deputy auditor of Carroll county was visiting tho Stem pie family at the American House over Sunday. Mrs. D. B. Harris nee Wlbur, of Frosno, California, is visiting hei parents on South Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Hi ram Soles spent Sunday la Toledo. Teachers' Association. The Lorain County Teachers' associa tion will meet nt Wellington, 0., on Satur day. Nov. 12, 1892, at 8:30 o'clock a. m. The program follows: FOUKNOOX. Devotional exercises. "The best Method of Teaching Econo- omy." Sup't G. W. Walte, Oberlln. Discussion. Superintendent R. H, Kin nlson, Wellington. "What Shall We Teach, and How Shall We Tench It V Miss Amy Stiyc, Sheffield, Discussion. Miss Stalls Rrebs.Penfleld. - AFTKUIOON. "Admission of County Pupils to Village High Schools." F. E, Ingraham, Hunt Ington. Discussion. Mrs. M. S. Day, Sheffield. "Opening Exercises for Country Schools.' Miss Maude Gibson, Amherst. Discussion. Paul A. Gullck, Brown helm Station. Good music will be furnished by Wcl lington public schools. This is your meeting; please help to make it a success. Jon Billing, Sec. JiiHtce'M Court. George Penfleld, of Penfleld township, brought an action against G. W. Crosier & Co. for the sum of 300 which plaintiff claims to be due blm for milk sold and delivered at defendant's request at their factory in Penfleld. A writ in attachment and garnishee were nlso procured against Uorr, Warner & Co., lor cheese held by them lu cold storuge for Crosier & Co., on which the former made an adrnnced partial payment to the littler, and for the balance of the market price still un paid by Uorr, Warner & Co. The case is set for hearing to dsy, A. R. Webber for plaintiff and J. H. Dickson for defendant. The case Is likely to be a hotly contested one, as It Is claimed that Crosier & Co. as signed the balance due them from norr, Warner & Co. verbally to the estate ol D. L. Wads worth before the papers in fnvor of Penfleld were served upon lliein. Church Notes. CONOREOATIONAL. The pastor preached In the morning. In the evening the pulpit was filled by Rev. W. 0. Rogers who delivered an excellent sermon on "The New Birth." - BAPTIST. The ladles of the Baptist aid, society will serye dinner and aupoet on flection day. ; . . Deafnesa Cannot be Cured By local applications, as they cannot reach the deceased portion! of the eat. There is only ene way to core deafness sad that Is by constltutlcnal ' remedies. Deafness la caused by an Inflamed condi tion of the mueuous- lining, of the eusta chian tube. When this tube la Inflamed yon have a rambling sound or. Imperfect bearing, and when It fa entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the In ffammation can be taken out and this tub restored to lta normal condition, bearing will be destroyed forever. Nine cases out oi ten are caused, by catarrh, which is nothing but aa Inflamed eondlUoa ot the mucous surface. We will give 10 for yeas of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh cure. Bend for circulars freer t. J. Che ay 6 Co Toledo, O. Beld by dragglst. & its..' Court Proceedings. Ellen Cullen vs Edward Cullea ct a), partition of real estate. Partition ordered. William Sadler vs Louis Woodruff, money only. Default, judgment tor plain tiff, 23.00. Alois Moeler vs tho C L & W railway company, money only. Dismissed by plaintiff. E W Jewell vs Elizabeth Ager, money only. Dismissed at plaintiff's cost. Jano Fox vs George Halluuer, money only. Dismissed at plaintiff's cost. Marguret Lowenvs Maggie Zimmerman, et al, partition. Bottled and costs paid. W B Bedortha, administrator, vs Martha D Falor, el al, money and foreclosure. Dismissed at plaintiff's costs. Christian liraun vs Anna Braun, divorce Divorce granted. Hurlbut & Rlchart vs liertha L More house, money and attachment. Settled and costs ptld. Ripley II. KiDnison," guardian, vs Lucy Hcrrick it al, money only. Dismissed at plaintiff's costs. Louis Schnerer ys David Fender, money and attachment Dismissed at plaintiff's cost Mary T. Daws vs Joseph Robbins.money only. Delault, . Judgment for plaintiff, f3C8.51. Wm. Bennington vs Susanna C Gawn et al, foreclosure of mortgage. Decree and order of sale. Harriet Willis vs Otto Green et al, money and foreclosure. Default Judg ment for plaintiff. Richland Mutual Life insurance com pany vs Thomas Myers et al, money and equitable relief. Default. Judgment lor plaintiff, decree and order of sale. The Lorain Savings and Banking com pany vs the Young Manufacturing com pany, money and attachment Default. Judgment for plaintiff, $1,023.31. H, N. Steele vs E B Crowe et al, per sonal judgment, foreclosure. Judgment for plaintiff vs E B Crowe, $30 30. W 8 Bitely vs George Delong, money only. Dismissed at plslntiffs cost. Frsnk Bsrnes vs C C Jackson et al, money and foreclosure 8id and costs paid. MEDINA. A petition has been filed with the county commissioners for the location and con struction of a new road in York township, It is to run north from the Smith road, near the old James Batchell place, to the Branch road. A hearing is to be had at the December meeting of the board. A. C. Packatd, of Chatham township has entered suit In common pleas court against the county commissioners for $000 damages, which he claims for injury done to bis lands by the cutting of a ditch. He avers that the ditch diverted the natural course 'of a stream running through his farm and that be has thereby been dam aged to that amount. Tho fuels will be brought out before a jury at the next term of court Gazette Mow to Mark Your Ballot. Some little changes in the ballot laws render It expedient for us to give here a few Instructions as to the manner of vot ing. On the Australian ballot of this year there will be four tickets, in the following order. The republican ticket under the device of an eagle; the democratic ticket under the device of a rooster; the people's ticket under the device of a plow and hammer; and the prohibition ticket under the device of a white rose. Immediately beneath each deyice will be found a circle. A voter wishing to vote the straight ticket, for any party, should make a cross mark (X) In the circle, Just below the device, and over the head of the ticket be desires to vote. If a voter wishes to vote for one or more candidates not on his party ticket, he should make a cross mark in the circle at the bead of his favorite ticket, and then make a cross mark (X) la the blank space just to the left of the candidate or candi dates for whom he wishes to vote. Should a voter wish to vote the straight ticket with the exception of one or more candidates and not wish to rote for the candidate or candidates of soy other party, for that office, he should not make a cross mark in the circle at the head of bis ncaet ; Dut ne snouiu make a cross maik(X) before each name on the ticket, for whom he wishes to vote, ommlttlng the cross mark (X) before the names that he does not wish to vote for. It would be well also to scratch off the names be does not want to vote for. GOOD HOENEST GOODS Sold at living prices, is the winning card of today, After following this plan, which we have always done, no "Special Sales" or fltlclTenU "Deep cuts." arc required to stimulate trade. AVe have a large stock of goods carefully selected from the leading makes of the country, bought for spot cash and marked to bell on tho Smallest Possible Voters Attention! Republican headquarters have been established In the Walker building east side public square. The rooms will be kept open every evening from date until alter election and during the entire dny of election. Any one wishing Instructions in regard In voting sre requested to call, M. W. Lano, Tp. Committeeman Public Sale. L. D. Gillet of Huntington, will offer for sale on bis premises situated 1 mile north end mile east of centerof Huntington, Noy. 11, at 10:00 a. m , dairy cows, calves, farming Implements, farm wagon, mewing machine.. Hay by the ton. W. H. Fire stone auctioneer. Executrix' Sale. Mrs. Hester Mnsber, executrix of the estate of nugh Mosher, deceased, will offer for sale on the premises, situated one mile north and one mile east of the center of Brighton township, Saturday, Nov. 12, at 10 a. m , dairy cows, sheep, lambs, hay, 200 bushels oats, and other articles. W. B. McClaflllln, auctioneer. Those who believe that Dr. Sage's ca tarrh remedy will cure them are mora lis ele to get well than those who do not. If you happen to be one of those who dont believe, there's a matter of $500 to help your faith. It's for you, It the makers of Dr. Sage's remedy cant cure yon. no mat ter how bad or ot how long standing your catarrh In the head may be. The makers are the World's Dispensary Medical asso ciation, ol Buffalo, N.Y. They are known to every newspaper publisher aad every druggist In the land and you can easily ascertain that their word is a rood as good as their bond. Ton wind your watch oaca a da; Tear liver aad bowels should act as. regularly. If they do not, use a key. The key Is Dr. Pelrce's flessaat Peseta. Oosadote. OBEBLIN. Robert Moore, the young man who was struck by lightning a few weeks since, was able to ride out on Friday last, but Is unable to walk out on account of his feet having been burned. TbeTallroad company haye graded the triangular lawn east of tho deot very handsomely, snd have put a heavy' coat of gravel on tho circular drive leading to tbe depot It was a very proper thing to do, and a little more work in the line ol lin provements would be appreciated. Several arrests have been made within a fewdnyav, Depot Marshal Munger for violations of the oratimnce angainst Jump Ins on moving trains. It is tbe Intention of the town authorities to rigidly enforce this and all other ordinances regulating the jumping nf trains and loafing on or about the depot urouiius. Jiews. . '". The Old-Time Pew. In daya of old when mnch distinc tion was had In meeting houses tbe spelling of our word pew waa pus. la French it was puye, In Spanish It was poye, a bench; in Latin it was podium, a balcony or elevated plaoe next to the arena where the emperor sat, and In Greek it was pons, the foot end In all cases where the feet of the worshiper rested s raised place on tbe floor of the church where one might sit or might stand or might kneel In Puritan meet ing houses the choice pews were round about the walla, one step up, and tho deacons' seats near the pulpit two steps up, and those of the ruling elders one step higher yet In these latter days the best pews are In the center of the church the wall pews fetch less price. Ilbtory of a Word. The way In which the name "bureau' became applied to articles of furniture Intended for literary purposes Is rather curious. It was the custom In the days when writing waa done on parchment, and when bookbinding was an expen sive luxury, for those who were con nected with literary pursuits to have on their tables a piece of cloth of m thick nature, to prevent the bookbinding re ceiving any Injury. This piece of tex tile fabrio, originally of wool, bore is France the name of bureau, snd Is course of time that name bas attached Itself to articles of furniture which have a space protected by some material for writing operations. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria, Whea lUbr was sick, we gnt her Outoria. Wbea she was a (9ilM, shs rtnt for Castor!, Wbea she beoaaje MIm, she oluos a Oastorla, Wh she h.IChlMrin.hOK nthaOkf wis. Wotloe H Wadsworth A Bon are still In the lumber business. Their lumber yard Is at the asms place as formerly. Office at the corner. of Prospect and Railroad streets four doors south of old office. They carry stock at rough and dressed lumber of all kinds and are prepared to 111 bills of any description. Remember thst they furnish-door and window frames of plain or fancy design, brackets, gable Asian, molded casings and corner blocks, porch columns aad spindles, doors and sash Kstlmstes nasdo on sit kinds af work, BhlpmentB amads to any of he aurruuad t town reached by aUrcad. , Margin Before buying, call and get our prices. "We wish to thank the people of "Wellinston and vicinity for their very liberal patronage in the past. Soliciting your further fav ors, we remain Wellington Leading Clothiers. HARMS & CRABTREE. Sure to Prevent LaGrippe. Cold, stormy weather will soh be upon us, and with it comes that Auiyidfulliscase, LaGrippe. The only 6iire thing to prevent it is to buy your Shoes and Rubbers. of Harris & Crabtree, They keep nothing but the best: have tho largest assortment to select from, and their prices are by far the lowest. "Time and tide wait for no man." Neith er does the grip. So come while the assort ment is good. Respectfully, HARRIS & CRABTREE. HARRIS HE CRABTREE. .,. , 4 r i'" 7v