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WEDNESDAY, MAY 23. 1894.
DEATH AND KUIN. Terrible Work of a Oyolone In Northwestern Ohio. ! Parsons are Killed and Many Othars Injured Bodlca of the Victim Frightfully Mangled Giant Tract Snapped Off Llks Pipe Stems. Toledo, 0., May 18. Reports received here last night from various points in William county gave meagre particu lars of acyclonlo disturbance in that part of northwestern Ohio late yester day afternoon. The section of country between between Kunkle and Mont, pelier, on the Detroit divUlon of the Wabash railroad, appears to have suf fered principally. The exact amount of the damage done cannot be given correctly, but it is known that ten per sons were killed and at least ten others were seriously injured. The names of the dead, as far as ean be learned, are: Edmund Sobleaur, aged M, hurled against a , tree and almost instantly killed. Urn Rig by. an elderly woman, had one limb tors tram her bod". Three amall children, name- unknown, In stantly killed. Daniel Barrett, body badly eruahed and arm torn ofl. Mn, Daniel Barrett, horribly mangled; died within two hoars. Martha Doso, lutantly killed. Myrta Date, Umb broken and Internally In jured; died at 10 p. m. Qeorge Ozlnger, head 0 rushed and body dis emboweled. The injured art David tongley, aoalp wound and fractured leg: will die. I Jason Miles, bead crushed. Mrs. H. B. Charles, extent of injuries un Jrnown. Charles Cole, Internally Injured; oannot live mors than s few hours. Mrs. Charles Cole, head crushed; will die. ' Jennie Creek, badly b ruined; will recover. Seven others, three of them women, are more or less badly hurt, but their names cannot be ascertained. The cy clone was felt worse at a point three miles from Kunkle and five from Mont elier. The day hud Ix-en unusually warm up to 4 o'clock and heavy thunder fctorms kevmed imminent. Along to wards 3 o'clock the skies took on a dark, loaden hue, heavy, mottled clouds moved slowly across the zenith, there was . scarcely a breath of air and the lieu t won nigh unbearable. The cl imaz came with unexpected and awe-inspiring swiftness. Two dark clouds seemed to unite in the west and then a wind blowing ut hurricane speed swept down on the earth and drove terror into the hearts of the now thoroughly terrorized country peoplo. A great ninny thought the day of judgment had come and the story is told thut one man who wuhhurt was buried ia the debris of a house v.-hlle ou his knees praying. Uiant trees snupped like alders in the grasp of the muddened elements and were carried hundred of feet from where thry stood. Hoofs of houses and barns were lift-J an though Uiey were so many hhinglos and scattered over thive townships. Edmund iichlcswr. Hi.- old man who was killed, was a fsr ra. r unfairly gutx) vireuiuHtances. lie was on his way from the field to his house when ho was overtaken by the hi rm. 1 lis body was frightfully bruised. The property loss is vaguely esti mated at lwtwocn SJ.I.OOO and 810.000. It is believed that at least half a dozen more fatalities will liuve been reported when the worst Is kit m n. Mrs. Kurrett, who was the worst mangled, was carried over a quarter of a mile ami dropped In a cemetery. Her dLinicinhcrcd liaibs were found about a hundred yards farther on. There was cry little left of the woman's body that resembled the form of a human being. Her breast and abdomen were rent in two and her entrails, lungs and other internal organs were scattered broadcast through three forty-acre fields. The search for her remains con tinued fully an hour. AN IRREPARABLE LOSS. Ir tract Loa by rira of Valuable flovsra meut Kworda at Hoston, Mass. Hostos, May 19. State street block, a six-story granite structure, was badly damaged and its coutcnts ruined by fire and water early yesterday morning. It was used as a United .States bonded warehouse, and a custom house ofllcer states that there was over $1,000,000 worth of goods in the building and in his opinion the loss will exceed StlOO.OOO, without taking Into account the loss on the building. This is valued at J'-iOO,-000 and is damaged to the extent of l'0.000. , The upper floors contained all the records of the port of Boston from the time the HrltUli evacuated the city to 1889, when the French spoliation claims were being held. The records were of immense value. They were simply filed in wooden boxes. The records were arranged so that access could be had to them readily. This loss falls upon the United States government. Of course the loss is irreparable. - The valuable records destroyed run back prior to the formation of the United States gOTsrnsaeat. Big Painting. First class sign work mads by Rose, at Cottage bouse, Wellington. Wanted Flrstclast man a district agent United Slates life insurance company.. The com pany If 44 years old Former experience not necessary. Splendid contract to right party. E. W. Christy, msntigir, 106 Euclid avenue, Cleveland, O. 1. II. Wtitbt & Hon bsve sold bicycles since 1885. Tbey know wb'.ch mikes are most satisfactory to rider and kiep that kind. Prices are right. Tber are having a too generous supply of rain through New York and Pennsyl vania. When Baby was sick, we gave her Caetorla. When abe was a Child, aba cried for Castor la, Wlien she became Was, she clung to Cantoris, Whan lbs had OiUdjshaptiieraCastorta. Court of Common Pleas. Thos C Foote'va Thomaa Foote, et al, to sell real estate, Johnson & Leonard for plaintiff. Tboi W Laundon vs H C Laundon, money and attachment; suit for money due on promisory note. Interest and prln clpal $187.60. Alfred Hudson, by next lrlend, vs John 8 Dennlson, money only. Appeal by de fending Metcalf & Tillotson for plain, tiff; Oeo L Nichols lor defendant. Elizabeth A Nichols vs Chat C Ensign, injunction and equitable relief. Bull to restrain the sheriff from levying on land against which a judgment and execution on a promisory note has been secured, Plaintiff alleges land belongs to her. Case comes from Uberlin. CASKS DISPOSED OP. Ohio vs John Flood, robbery. Nolled. Julia P Wagner vs L 8 & M 8 R R Co, Money only. Dismissed. Ohio vi John Ely, intoxication. Plea guilty; fine $3 end costs, Ohio vs Don B White, fergery. I H Oriswold appointed to defend bim. Ohio vs Geo Dewey, perjury. I H Oris wold appointed to defend blm. Ohio vs Herman Hobart and Mincie lkrshaw, assault and battery. Nolled. Cleveland Stone Co vs Samuel C Angus, money and attachment. Judgment for plaintiff, $424. John Maitland vs J F Clark, money on. iy, peace proceeding. Dismissed at plain tiff's costs. Savings Deposit Bank Co vs John Lin den et al, foreclosure of mortgage. Set tled and costs paid. Ohio vs Ross Little and and Frederick firown, burglary and larceny. Plea not guilty. 0 A Metcalf oppolnted to defend tlienl. Mary E Johnson vsLS&MSRRCo, money onjy. Suit to recover $300 on burned fences and meadow land. Tona Paige vs board of county commis sioners, money only. Amount claimed, $75.33; for work done and material furn ished for repairs on jail. Castle & Sanders lor plaintiff. The case of Phoebe A Emerson vs AC Fulor et al was settled out of court. Don't ruin your eyes with poor specta cles when J. H. Wifbt & hon sell slich (.0 h1 ones at a price within the reach ol all. Vlulln Lessons. Frank Bowlby will commence giving violin lessons about the middle of June, This is a rare opportunity to those who with systematic instructions on tbi violin. For information inquire of J. U. Wight & S.m or liowlby & UaU. (23 . SAY, THERE! Are you hobbling about with rheums item or goutf Are you a great sufferer? Are you helpless and almost hopeless? No matter; you can be cured just the samej Tbe ermtt Scotch cure just offered to the American public by the Hall Medi cine Co., cures. Try it and prove its infal ibllity. Prepared only by tbe Hall Medi cine Co., Toledo, Ohio. Ask F. B. Tissot lor it. Take no other. 1 on have iiiuered long enough be cured. When Traveling, ahether on pleasure bent or business, tuks on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs, as il acts most pleasantly and effectively on the kidneys, liver and bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and otber forms of sick ness. For sale in 50-cent and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Attention, Farmers! Vt'ti have Just started in tbe agricultural Implement business and lnttnd keeping a full line of harvesting and larm machin ery. We are handling; the Deering mower, binder and reaper, also twine of all grades, finest line of lawn mowers on the market, and will sell al prices which will astonish you. See our samples before purchasing. JM) vi. m. n KAVKK, -mile south of town. Wellington, O. OH, MY NERVES! "This terrible 'all gone' lassitude and weakness; canoot sleep, palpitatioua, head ache, languid and lifeless. I cannot livs tbls way. What shall I do?" Take VI tallne and Nervetone, the new and marvel ous nerve soother and strength restorer. Eurooe is alive with its praises. Just in troduced In America. The world deet not contain itseqnal. Accept no counterfeit or dangerous substltuie. For sale by F. If. Tissot. The Hall Medicine company, Toledo, Ohio. Big Fonr. Teachers' Association of Ohio, Dels- ware, O., June 85 20. One fare round trip, going Jane 24 and 25, returning until June 80. btbcial excursion rates. Buffalo, N. Y. Roman Catholic L'nion, Knia-btaof St. John. June 24-27, one fare round trip from all points in C. T. A. ter ritory. Limit June 28. Columbus, O. Prohibition party ot Ohio, June $-8. Limit June 9. Dayton, O. Sunday-school Association of Ohio, June 5-7. Limit June 8. East Liverpool. O.Ep worth League fifth general convention, June 86-28. Limit June 29. One fare for round trip on each of the above excursions. Vermillion, O. Evangelical Association Sunday-school convention and German camp meeting at Lin wood Park, August 7-21. Limit Aua-ust 24. One and oae tbird fare foi round trip on each of above excursions. HotneseekerV Excursions. VIA Til BALTWORS OHIO RaU.RO AD. On Mav 29 the Baltimore & Ohio rail road will sell 80-day excursion tickets to points in Virginia on tbe Harpers jrerrv x Villev branch, south of and Including Winchester at rate of one tare tor tbe round trip. Excursion tickets will also be told on the same date to points In the west at the same rates. For further Information oxll on or address any B. & O. ticket agent M. V. Richards, jand and Immigration agent, Baltimore, M. D., or L. S. Alien, assistant general passenger agent, Chicago, 111. Notice of Appointment. Katate of Lucius Ilerrlck. deceased. The underslfiied has been auDOlnted and ilimlifled as administrator of the estate of ifUcuis upmcit late 01 Tfeiliogwo, uursiu county, anceasea. haled tbls 17 til daj of Msv, A.D.1RM. 21 8. B. Uaaaica. Cable from Queen Lll. Sear Qreabam: 0ns more boon I orave. I trust Id jour affection. Tls not to murder Dole, the Knave, Or to put down Insurrection! Tls not my crown, bnt me to save, ' I write In deep dejection, And so a package I must bave Of Park's lea for my complexion. Gresham's Answer to Quaes Lll. When I received your cablegram I thought 1 sore would faint For tbouKh I often use Park's Tea 'Tls not for your complaint, I feared that Mrs. G. would think Wrong about our connection Till oo her dresser there I saw Park's lea for ker complexion. Washing and Ironing wanted by Mrs. H. B. Beeley, Hamilton si, opposite uitiioiic cnurcn. Ice cream soda at Ed. Robinson's. Bread 7 and 4 cts. at Ed. Robinson's. J. II. Wight & Son have the most com plete stock ot spectacles and eye glasses tbey have ever carried, tall and be fitted AUCTIONEER..!. H. Arudt will auc tioneer sales ot all kinds of property Satisfaction guaranteed. P. O.t bulliyan Ohio ; (14tf for Bent House for rent oo Courtland avenue. UCall on W. W. Helman, with E. E. Good rich. (15tl , Ice. The ice wagon has started out lor the season. Parties desiring ice can leave otJers at the Park bouse. A tew refrige rators on hand to lease at reasonable terms. West & Dibble. 12tf FA KM KliS and others should Insure in the Guardlm Assurance Co., organized In 1821, Its as sets are over $23,000,000.00, and has tin largest paid up capital of any company lu the world doing a tire business, and writes the best lorm o policy known on farm property. Rutes as low as the lowest. For nartiCulHrs call on the agent, Jos. Bine bower, Mallory block, Wellington, O. Soda Water. For pure fruit Juice syrups go to Ed. Robinson's. For Sale. Choice Jersey cows. L. Rush. Hunting ton, O. P. O. address, Spem-er. O. A new line ot mandolins and guitars at Wight & Sons'. O. W. Iliues. Auciioueer. Pitufleld, Lo rain county, Ohio. Sales attended to promptly; ' (8lf . For Sale The Liberty Razor, manufactured in Germany expressly lor my trade and war ranted tirst-clars. Price $2 50. E. T. Rowjisox. Violin and Guitar Lessons. Prof. Somoiaot Elyrln, is giving lessons on tbe mandolin and guitar to a class In this place. Vox particulars inquire of J. II. Wight S Son. What's the nee or Talking - bout colds und coughs in the. korntner line? You may Imve a tickling cough or t little coltl, or baby may have the croup, tad when it comes yu ouuht to know that Pniks' Cough Syrup is the best cure for it. (IBM Quality considered, Wight & 8n Hne nt bicycles is iln riieapeal to buy. . Notice We are authorized to make dates for sales for Henry While, auctioneer. Per. sons desiring sale bills printed and requir ing Mr. White's services, please call nt this office and get the bills, and we will make the date to suit. Land for Bale Two hundred and six acres of good farm land situate In the county of Osceola, Michigan: well timbered and well water ed; near railroad, school and mills. For sale cheap or exchange for land in Lornln county, Ohio W. II. H. SuTMPr- Weliington, Ohio. 4tt $1000 Howard If yon match Parker's Titan Salve Cures all skin diseases, piles, burns, scalds cuts, bruises; also, horse galls sad scratches. Price 10, 15, and 25c. Ask your druggist for it. 29 The Enterprise and tbe Chicago Iter- Ocean one year for $1.50. TJ. Anthonv.ex nostmasterol Promise Clfy. Iowa, says: "I bought one bottle of Mystic Cure' for Kheumatixm and two doses of it did me more good than all the medicine I ever took." BolU Dy . W. Adams, druggist, Wellington, O. C Is Vonr Tonga coated, Tnr throat dry, your eyes dull and inflamed, and do you fel mean genetally when you get up In the morning? xoar liver and kidneys are not doing thoir duty. Why dont you take Park's sure core? If it does not make you feel better it costs you nothing. It cures liriehts disease, diabetes and all kidney Complaints. Only guaranteed cure. (1U Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke jour Life Away Is the iruthfnl, startling title of a little book tbat tells all about Ho to bac, the wonderful, harmless, guaranteed tobacco habit cute. The cost is trifling and the man who wants to quit and cant, runs no physical or financial risk in using "Note-bac," told by all druggists. Book at drug stores or by mall free ad dress tbe Sterling Remedy Co., Indiana Mineral Springs, lad. 23v2 For tale by E. W. Adams. Blacksmlthlag. , W. G. Weaver and Harry Msynard wish to announce that tbey have rented lbs blacksmith and wagon shop opposite C W. Horr't residence, half a mile south of the village of Wellington. They are pre pared to do all kinds of wsgon and car riage repairing, and guarantee satisfac tion. Their prices will suit the times. They make hay racks after the most Im proved pattern and at tbe lowest prices. Mr. Weaver makes a specialty of fine horse tnoeing. ana it an expert ma chinist, and can repair mowing machines, reanert and all kinds ot harvesting ma ehlnery. It will pay yon to giye them a trial. o Employment It offered by R. G. Chase A Uk, ueneva, 14. x. They wisn to em ploy reliable men to sell their blgb grade nursery proaucu. write tor information, Fresh risk. I will keep on hand a supply dT fresh fish and solicit a share ot your patronage. w. u. uay, north Main street. THE STRONG POINT about the cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla b that they are permanent. They start from the solid foundation Pure Blood. Wants to know if jou are going to buy cue of those long cutaway suits? If so, he wants to sell it to you. He lisis a very iino line of them; and of the extra length sacks. In fact,' Goodrich is furnishing the best quality of clothing'to be found in Wellington for the money. In shoes, also, he leads, bhowing a ladies' boot ut $2.50 that is sold everywhere at $3.00. His special drive just now1,; however, i on about 100 pairs of men's full russia calf tan bals at sCfj (O'sCO which he closed out at about two-thirds iJsJ II 'iS the cost of manufacture. The same shoe we have sold heretofore at $3.50. They are very eay on one's feet and at the above price are cheap enough to wear in the shop or on the farm. , Another Leader Kentucky Jean coat, all lined up good with flannel, and which Mk we are going to distribute around among our friends at lScCQj " They are commonly sold at $2.00. We want to see you all and make you happy with bargains. Most truly Yours The Fercheron M svta No. 1656, Percheron be kept this season at my To the mountains, lakes and sea shore via the Big Four Route Tbe favorite tourists line to Put I in-Day and all Lake Erie is j lands via Sandusky. Lake Chautauqua, ' Niagara Falls, bt. Lawrence luver, Thousand Islands, Lake Champlain, A A m A a, sv Ir a auaiuuuavao. Green k White Mts., New Eng. resort, New York and Ponton via. Cleveland, Lake Shore, New York Central and Boston and Albany railways. T4 the lake regions ot "Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota via. Liu cayo. To the cool resorts of Michigan via. lien ton llarbor. ' WJiea f on so on ?nr tummar raoatlon ao tbat four ticket rrads via tbe Bin Four routs. M Jib oodrich (and wuuMmiunmwjimmiMm m vrax. m PI L&a 2zs u uir-u j Stud Book, Vol. 2, is still owned by mo and will stable, 1 half-mile south S. EC. WARMER. To the Rider . . When you are looking for a new "up-to-date" mount, do not overlook thtjinct that you can save from $40 to $G0 by buying 'AA&j Many a dealer will represent to you that he can furnish some other machine "just as good" at the same price. He can't do it. Don' let him deceive you. Look up the Wavkui.y agent and insist upon having a Remrnhr, wr irunragui) this m udnre to la- lully iqual in uricU and titij detail ot costruclin to any machina ImlH legardles f i-rlc- Tbls auniauiy is backd by the Indiana Hleyole Co , a milll'i-i dollar company, alios1 t'.,l la as jrood as gold. H. W. SEMPLE, exclusive ag'tfor Wellington, O. W. V. Worbtnton, agent for Walling'"". 0.. for tnmmi wliiWaKalufcttbeft, Only ft UNDERTAECINC. J. L. SAftJFORD. we are-full of them) is a oodrich Stallion T n a arss .second) of Wellington. guuu ui 111U j0 - . - . J. JI. Bcnschotcn having ee vt red his con nections. with me, I will hereafter attend to the undartaking business, giving it my per sonal supervision. - If' -