Newspaper Page Text
' . :.v;:::. .
CVuND'o' " A Family newspaper Devoted to the Interests of Loraia County and Vicinity. VOL. XXVI. WELLINGTON. OHIO. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1892. NO. 45 ' ' ' ' , , ' ' ' ! ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '" ' '" "' i , .1 i , GOOD HONEST GOODS Sold at living prices, is the winning card of today, After following this plan, which we have always done, no "Special Sales" orflftrDU "Deep cuts." are required to stimulate trade. goods carefully selected from the leading makes of the country, bought for spot cash and marked to &cll on the Smallest Possible - Before buying, call and thank the people of Wellington and vicinity for their very liberal patronage in the past. ors, we remain Chapman & Wellington Leading Clothiers. SPRAGUE & FRENCH have just sent me a Job lot of One Hundred of THE LITTLE GIANT UMBRELLAS. They are PURE GINGHAM. The usual price at the factory is $9.00 per dozen. We shall start them on Friday, for one week, At 39 Cents, about one-third their value. You can have one, two, or three; no more than , three to one cus tomer. BRING CASH. ' , North Side 1 THE POSITIVE CURE, I jJ We have a large stock o Margin get our prices. We wish to Soliciting your further fav Robinson. .1 ,.0'V. 4 EY mm4 H i A. 'Clothier; TRAVELERS' REGISTER BIG FOUR In effect Oct. 90. Mtt. Standard time. GOING WHAT. I He. 9 9:40 p.m " 27 6:2ft " " 8.. ...... 8:30 am "23 7:40 " ". 2ft 9:15 " " 81 loc ft. 1:42 p.m IIOINU KAHT No. 81 5:54 a. m " 2fl 8:52 " 2 3:32 p.m " 24 4:55 " " 82 loc It. 4:25 " Nos.23, 24 and 25 between Cleveland and Wellington; No. 25 Sunday oulyi Baud 9 dally. W. & L. E. In effect Oct. 23. 1W2. Standard time. HOIKO I0.8T. I GOING WKHT. No. 5 10.5Ka.rn No. 2 6:27 a. m No. 7 4,lp.ni No .1 10:55. m No. II 8:5Ap.mlNo . S.lHp.m No. 17 Local 8.45a.mlNo.l(Local)2.20p.m No. 2 and 9 run dally. J. T, HASKELL, Attorncy- , at- aw and notarv public. Loans and collections made a specialty. Office in bank building J. II. DICKSON, Attor.iey- at-law and solicitor of American and foreign pat ents, west side public square. R. JN. UUUDWIJN, insur ance affent and notary public. Deeds, wills, con- X T - - - j tracts, etc. written neatly and legally. Uvcr borage s shoe store. P It ATT & IIERRICK, floui and feed store. Free de livery to all parts of the cor- poration. itaiiroaa street. CE. SUTLIFF, dealer in , coal Anthracite,Massil lon. Jackson, etc. : terms cash. umce west .Liberty st. Tel P SAGE & CO insurance U agents. Fire, life, acci dent and tornado . Represent best companies in the United States. Wadsworth block. I B. PRATT Veterinary L. surgeon and dentist. Orders received at Adams', Housrhton s and Felt s drucr store. Horses taken for treat ment at stables on Courland. R HATHAWAY. M. U. Specialties: Itectal diwiwea nau (lipases of the bladder and kldnvyi. Iti-ctal diseases trcntfld without pln or detention from business. Disease of thu bludder and ktdnev treated only after a proper exam. Ination of Hie urine. Wellington O. The Markets. NovKMimn 0, 1392. CUEKSE. Ohio jtandant ramtiy r avortte it) ' BVTTEB. Dairy, per tt 06 9 92 Creamery $ lb fc FLOUR AND VKKD. Flour,pertack(49 lbs) 1.05 Coirj meal, per cwt 1.10 Chop, per cwt 1.20 Middlings, per cwt .80 Bran, per cwt .75 Oil Meal, per cwt 1,50 ORAM. Buying Sel'ng Corn, shelled SO Wheat .69 Oats 82 OENEBAL FBODVCK. Ohlckens,dresed,por B O 0 08 jcggs.peraox .go Ham. smoked . oer lb... O.IM Tallow, per S 0.08 ' Hides, per B r 0.08 roUlOKS.... . 79 Notice of DiaeolntloB. Tn partnanhip taaratofara kaowa Tanator A Co., Is this day dn.nlrrd by as B. mntnAl ODMntnf D.rtlM. llr (1 Cro.ler retiring 1. Van. tor nnrehuln bl. Intimt in tha bo.lDCM be paid 16 B. Vanator.wbDanDtlniM tbVbus- niwn niaown hhiii. r.rUM tnra tkaasal re Ind.btml to tba old Ira will obllg. tk. a.w llrm by alllDg aad aiaklBf lmmtdl.M V" I'lll . W. Caotiaa. ,i WaWafta. 0, 0t.t, Un. IMPROVED-GOLD CUBE, 0ta.iTaaa OIII7P Aiooaot.aa Irlftl rf f thli. ad Sr. wttboal stamp. NEWS Fp ABOUT US. ft- NOTES FROM THE SPECIAL COB RESPONDENTS TO THE . ENTEKPE1SE. Abont the Recent HappeninRs and Special Events in Their Im mediate Vicinity. HUNTINGTON. Nov. 7. When I wrofe my Items last week everything was suffering for water; cisterns nearly all dry, wells very low, wheat all drying tip. Now we are all very mucn reireaneu. we Have had a nice rain and, Friday evening, a slight snow storm, followed by a slieht freeze, and Saturday night ice formed on still water an eivhth or an inch thick. This did not kill the chrysanthemums; they are still very showy. t The depot is so nearly finished that there Is to be a social them nn VAflnaarlnv ..... . ..cu ing of this wtiek, where refreshments will be served. . - , Invitations art out for David Johnson's friends to help him celebrate his twenty- fifth wedding anniversary on Nov. 10. Ihere Is a great deal ot excitement over election here for a small place. The annex to the M. E. church Is all en closed snd will befeady for plastering by Tuesday morning. The. work Is being pushed very fast so as to be finished be fore very cold weather. The ladles ol the M. E. church will serve dinner on election day at the house of Joshua Wells, at the center. Miss Busle Wilcox spent Sunday with Jessie Holland, jir. and Mrs. Clifton Chapman snd Misses Ina snd Ida Chap man spent Sunday at Elbert Chapman's. A pension bat been granted to Mrs. Lucia Elwood ) -' Dr. Thomas Is putting op a ntw.bara The W. H. M. and W. F. M. societies meet on Wednesday, the 15th, with Mrs. Henry Haiklns at W a. m. Tuesday was election' and every man was at the polls. Mrs. Betta is still on tha sick list bnt reported some better. Seymour Bair's foot is Improving slow lv. Miss Rhea Hahn. of Cleveland, Is visit ing friends and relatives in BDencsr. The people of Spencer were addressed by l(ev. Bmltb, of IiOraln Thursday even ing. There will be a missionary concert next Sunday evening at the V. B. church. E. E, Krebs is improving slowly. Spencer boys have taken the contract to move bulldlass under the supervision of M. Daugherty. Hull's cidsr mill Is doing a flourishing business, so the boys lay. Wm. Woodbury is improving. He is able to be oat some. There will be rbetorlcals st the blk-h school in about two weeks. Ike Betz and Miss Heath were married ooe day last week. Setn Miller has commenced to read medicine under Dr. Britton. Postmaster Hart made a business trip to LoU I last Saturday. W. D. Orr.Jud Fuller, Ben Lone and Sharps Morrell are all home lo cast their votes for Harrison and Raid. Another forgery reported in the south west part of the township. W. W. Inrnan snd family are preparing to moye to Norwalk. Mrs. Nora Waters, of Cleveland, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. A. Burt SULLIVAN. ' Nov. 7. George Johnson and family and Will Drake, returned front Kansas last Thursday. They went there a month ago hoping the change would benefit Mrs. Johnson, Tbey lelt their trunks at the station, and that night they were broken open and one old suit of clothes taken. It seems that they did not care for new clothes, as they were left The week be fore Mr. Rogers house was entered and canned fruit and vinegar were taken ont of the cellar. Last Saturday night travelers staid In W. 8. RIcks' bouse. Ther wrote on the wall thanking him for their shelter and left him two plugs of tobacco a a me mento. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and daushter Rhea went to Barberton, O., on a visit, last Thursday, to remain over Sunday. ' , Mrs. Charles Holbrook and Miss Frankle are visiting her sister, Mrs. S. Cummdigs. Mrs. jb Xncrsbasa started for Michigan. today. i '...- 7 r ' -v-i f.... v.. i 'i . Orlaa Dtrlam; of Huntington, moves In fo W. B-'Rlggs house this week. ' V " m ii Q in . i H i y r ... . . "A ,VmH'.t lnnCMia"afir r.Ar. tA umph;' so speaks an emlnant physician In reiertoce to Ayer e uoerry rectoral; aad tha eulogy was aena too strong. No other ledisles Usoisare aud effleacloua la all Highest of all in Leavening Powcr. ii Vfisasw Fowder ABSOLUTELY PURE BRIGHTON. Nov. 7. The Dleasant home of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Jickles was the scene of a vnrv happy event on Saturday evening, Nov. 5, oy me garnering in or a large circle of friends snd neighbors as a surprise to Mr. Jickels, It being the return of his sixty, third birthday and also the wedding anni versary of Mr. and Mrs. Jickles. After congratulations the eyening was spent In a very pleasant and joyous manner. Re fresbments were served durincr the evn. Ing by the hostess, which were enjoyed bv all present. May many happy returns of Dinnuays ana anniversaries be the expert ence of Mr. and Mrs. Jickles, was the prayer of all present. All returned home at an early hour, counting It a grand sue ces- A Guest. WASHINGTON LETTER. Nov. 4 The republican tidal wave is growing so rapidly that all doubts of the result or the election next Tuesday have vanished; the victory Is regarded aa hav. Ing already been won, and it Is now only a question or majorities, in the states as well as In the electoral college, and oresent indications are that the democrats will get rew more, if any, than one-third ol the members or the electoral college, and the possibility of the election being thrown into the house has been averted by a state meat from the leaders of the people's par ty to the effect that every elector elected by that party will cast his vote for Harri- son, lr it becomes necessary to prevent the election of Cleveland, which would be the result of throwing the election Into the ' house. Harrison will need no assistance from the people's party; his reelection by republican votes Is ss absolutely certain as anything that has not already taken place can be. If the Alabama democrats carrv out their threats to arreat deputy U. S. mai shals on election day they will spend the remainder of their lives regrettlnir It. The claim that the appointment of these olnclals outside or the large cities is ille gal is nonsense. Directions for such sd- polntments were made by the democratic attorney general whenever they were asked for by the requisite number of cltl. xens, under the direct orders of Mr. Cleve land. Attorney-General Miller has gone to Indiana to aid In closing the campaign and to vote, but Acting Attorney-General Aldricb has taken steps to see that the au thority of the United States Is respected in Alabama, as elsewhere. Mr. Blaine is deeply Interested in the campaign, and In constant communication wiln prominent republicans in all Darts of the country, and, like all the rest of the republicans hereabouts, he regards the battle for protection, reciprocity and hon. est money as already won, and thinks the republican majority In the electoral col lege will be considerably larger than four years ago. It being a physical Impossibility to re. ply Individually to the thousands of letten and telegrams extending sympathy to him- self and family In their bereavemitnt which he has received, the president ttiti week gave to the press association, for publication, a general, acknowledgment for himself and family, concluding with these feeling words: "We are grateful, very grateful, lor this great enn of imnri will and for your prayerful intercession. May God give to each of von In avurv trial that grace and strength which you have asked for us." Postoffloe department officials sav that the new return nostal card, lint nlarrrf nn sale has proved an instantaneous success, and that business men are ordering them in urge quantities, much more freely than was expected so soon after their in trod m tloo. Marriage Licensee. Frank Robb and Jennie Clifford. Ed Gessner and Ida Slgsby. ,', Harvey L.Hecock snd Vesta MJoliuson William Rapstock and Emma HUmer. - U. S. Gov't Report, Aj. x7, i38a. EMBARRASSED. The Surplus of tha Ohio Farmer.' Insur ance Company Fall Ilelow the K. quired Amount Effort, to Ad Just their Difllculty. The Ohio Farmers' Insurance company has long been popular with owners of farm buildings all through this part of the state, and in some of the adjoining states ior many years. They have lelt entirely safo with a policy in that company on their bouses and barns, and the contents of the same. A report that the company is financially embarrased has caused some surprise and uneasiness. The state com missioner of Insurance has recently made an examination of the company's business, in the regular line of his duties and found that the company is perfectly responsible lor all claims against it. It wss found, however, that their surplus fund has been reduced below the point which is required by law to enable them to do business on the Joint stock Dlan. Ta company was originally organized as a mutual company, without capital stock, taking part cash and part premium notes In paymeut for policies. Lster a law was enacted authorizing mutual MmnmiM having a surplus fund of over iMO.OOO. tn do buslnes.on the cash Dlan. Tha Ohio Farmers' having become able to meet that requirement, abandoned the premium note plan. As their surplus has now fal. leu below the required amount, they must either contrive some means of building It up or full back upon the old plan. Ober lin News. The following card.over the iln.inr at Director R. M. McDowell, annaanvl In tha Medina'Gazette of the 8d Inst: 'It is but natural, with all tha mm nr. afloat in regard to the Ohio Farmers', that the patrons should want to know whether their policies ate ood or not. To all such 1 desire to say that in or opinion there la nothing In the situation to warrant anv on. easiness on the part of the policy holders. . The company has, even on tba rigid fig- urcs oi tne insurance commissioner, assets mostly In the shape of farmers' notes tak en for insurance now In ih hn,u nf ageuta which were not accepted by the in surance.commissloner.henca the rlim.nit. Thesenotes amount to over $ 150,000, near ly alll wblchfl am told, are good. They are to be collected at once, ami In mv opinion the company will be able to re- sume buslntks. The commissioner of In surance in his report savs that while the company is uoublo to comply with the law. is solvent. I be state law requires that the company have f 200,000 over and above all liabilities. By throwing out tha il!50 . 000 above mentioned, its surplus does not reacb that amount. The secretarv. In a circular recently issued urging agents to make collections of these notea, suys the policy holders will be taken care of as in the past. I shall retain all mv Doliclea of Insurance and believe them to be good, ana would not advise anyone to cancel. though Is they desire to cancel it will be done under the former rules of the com pany. The company's sssets are nearly taooo." Later. At a meeting ol the officers and agents of the company held In Co u tu bus it was decided to put up the cash to supply the deficiency reported by the In surance commissioner and proceed with the business as usual. The company holds over $200,000 in promisary notes on farmers, due la thirty, sixty and ninety days, which the commissioner declines to accept of to supply the deficiency. Probate Court Iral A Webster, Elyria, appointed guar dian of Albeit M and Angle L Webster. Flora V Stanley, Oberlin, appointed guardlaa of Margurlte L and Lucille J Stanley. H M Andreas, administrator of estate of Wm Dayia, ys Mary Day is, et al. Petition .: filed for order to sell land, Hearing ap pointed November 28:h. ' " t ioi i CJ .V ..'( V, ,.,M . 4 " Hi jwvy t i. ) T.lT Cr"" 0fT"t Asae,J.? No Alnrn. . Sif llxx&-49 . Toots iaSundewl"" dlaiMnwe ( the trov pad lt. V. . 1 1 .. ... ., - ". : ) i :