Wellington Fair, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Sept 12, 13 and 14.
WELLINGTON. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 22, 1891.
Boys, Men, and Everybody
1 f'ood er for Ic
Come early, as they
and will not
We have just received 20 dozen more
of those 50-cent neckties, which
offer at the same low
We offer extra values
R. E. 'SMITH & CO.,
WE HAVE STARTED, Do not sit and wait;
but cease to wait, and sit for a picture at the new art gallery.
There is where you will be surrounded by mellow
lights, competent attendence and where' your order is given
Our qualifications and
class work are symbolized in our every product. JNew pro
cesses; improved material, skillful operating, and an elegant
ly appointed studio, make this result attainable.
Snecialtv pictures our tmde. We suit the old and the
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young; singly or collectively;
ry as our work.
U UD L3B
Crosier block, 1st stair
R HATHAWAY, M. D. Specialties:
. Rectal diseases and diseases of the
bladder and kidneys. Rectal diseases
treated without pain or detention from
business. Diseases of the bladder and
kidneys treated only after a proper exam
inatiou of the urine. Wellington 0.
B VAKATOR, Justice of
, the Peace. All business
entrusted to his care will re
ceive prompt attention. Of
fice in Crosier block, west
side North Main St., Well
f N. GOODWIN; insur
, ance agent and notary
public. Deeds, wills, con
tracts, etc, written neatly and
legally. Over Seragc's shoe
store. ' .
are hard to get
in SusDenflers at 25c
of Lorain Countv.
facilities for developing high
and our rates are as satisfacto
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north, Vanator's grocery.
I H. DICKSON, Attorney-
J, at-law and solicitor o
American and foreign pat
ents, west side public square
JT, HASKELL, Attorney
, at-law and notary public.
Loans and collections made a
specialty. Office in bank
PRATT & HERRICK, flour
and feed store. Free de
livery to all parts of the cor
poration. Railroad street.
E. SUTLIFF, dealer in coal
Anthracite, Massillon, Jack
son, etc.; terms cash. Office
West Liberty st. Telephone 48.
NEWS FROMJBOUT US.
NOTES FROM THE SPECIAL COR
RESPONDENTS TO THE
About the Recent Happenings and
Special Events in Their Im
Aug. 21. Married, at Elyria, Monday,
August 20, Earl Blair and Miss Angie
Dyer, both of this place. Their friends
here join in wishing them succes o'er j
life's matrimonial sea.
H. B. Beardsly, who has been quite
Bick, seems to be steadily getting worse,
his mind being badly affected. His
friends hope for his recovery.
Ora Porter, of Dorrin, visited his
grandfather, John Porter, last week.
Lula Scobey has returned home after a
visit to friends in Columbia.
Eva Robinson and children, of Akron,
are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Iren Wicks, of Cleveland, is visiting
Miss Sadie Crandall spent Sunday with
her sister in Wakeman.
Miss Emma Fisher is visiting friends
in New London this week.
Mrs. Leonard is vistting her son-in-
law, John Beardsly.
The Ladies' Harrnonical society met
with Mrs. Mayer, of Brihhton, Sept. 7.
Senator Clark, of Cleveland, spent Sun
day with friends in this place.
Master Harry Chat is visiting his sis
ter, Mrs. Burke, in Elyria, this week.
Lee Taylor, of Oberlin, is visiting his
friends in this place.
Lyle Dagnan is the champion nimrod
among the boys of this place, going
hunting one day last week and bringing
in as a trophy four coons.
Aug. 20. Miss Donne Carl haa been
quite sick but, we learn, is improving.
Prof. A. C. Bagnall was a delegale to
the Maccabee convention held at Toledo,
Guy Chapman, who has been for. sev
eral months past .in California, has re
Miss Mattie Curtiss has been entertain
ing some of her school friends the past
6. E. Washburn had some cousins from
New York state as guests at his home the
Mrs. Clara Jenny and children, of
Weiser, Idaho, are visiting friends in
Mrs. George Foote and son, of Hills
dale, Mich., are visiting here with rela
tives. Mrs. Armstrong, of Cleveland, has been
visiting with her brother, Dr. H. Mills.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Thompson are vis
iting in Norwalk.
J. H. Beattie has taken a trip to Lin
coin, Nebraska, to be absent a week or
Mrs. Ellen M. Healy, of Detroit, Mich.,
came into town Thursday evening.
Mr. Dickinson, of Shelby, 0., accom
panied by his daughter and son, rendered
some very fine music on piano and violin
at the musical given by the W. F. M. S,
at Mrs. Morris' on the 14th.
The Baptist Sunday-school had their
picnic at Savannah lake last Wednesday,
The Catholic ladies give a lawn fete at
the home of the Misses Carr on Saturday
The ladies of the Rebekah lodge will
give a peanut social in the 1. 0. 0. F. hall
Saturday evening, August 25. A general
invitation is extended to the public. The
proceeds from the social will go to holp
in building the cottage for the orphan
children of Odd Fellows.
Union services were held at the Baptist
church Sunday evening.
Miss Faith Chase is lying quite low
Miss Wood is visiting with friends In
the east, intending td remain several
Aug. 21. Mrs. J. C. Smith is quite
Fred Barlow's famous mare, Rizpah,
won third money in the $2000 trotting
race at Rochester, N. Y., on the 18th
Mrs. Lyman Scoviile has gone to Mat-
toon, HI., to care for her daughter, Mrs.
Riley Hastings, who is dangerously sick,
After a long discussion on our streets,
last Saturday, the tariff on watermelons
was reduced from 25 to 12 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andrews have gone
to Meriden, Conn., to spend a few weeks
for the benefit of Mrs. Andrews' health.
L. Barton has returned from Ids visit
Pare nnd Wholesome Quality
commends to public approval the Califor
nia liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of
Figs. It is pleasant to the taste and by
acting gently on the kidneys, liver and
bowols to cleanse the system effectually,
it promotes the health and comfort, of all
who use it, and with millions it is the
best and ouly remedy.
Aug; 20.- - Jackson Benfer, from Chica
go, is spending a few weeks at his father's,
,W. C. Chapman is visiting his father,
N. T. Chapman.
Winnie Landers and Mabel Rockwood,
from Pittsfleld, visited their friend, Lou
Ward, last week.
M. R. Smith visited in Centerton last
Mr. and Irs. Elmer Bergman from
Penfield, spent Sunday at Marcus Palm
er's. Mr. andjMrs. Wra. Ward spent last
Thursday ii Oberlin with friends.
Mrs. F. D. Ward and boys and Miss
Tristram, from Lorain, spent a week vis
iting friends in town.
Mrs. Shipman, from Cloveland, visited
her father, Mr. Hicks, last week.
Flora Phi-ion was the guest of her un
cle, George Wilbur, iu Ridgeville, last
Mrs. Lura Rogers attended the wedding
of her nleco", Amon Rogers' oldest daugh
ter, in Norwalk, last week.
Joseph Haulks had his arm badly cut
by falling oh a broken crock last Satur
day. There is to be a concert by a quartet
from New London. Admission ten and
A small shower, Sunday afternoon, laid
the dust. i
Minnie Smith and Lou Ward are at the
institute in Elyria this week.
Frank West is at home suffering from
Several young people attended camp
meeting at West Salem, Sunday.
Jessie Holland is at Linwood this week.
Aug. 20. Frank Luce, of Litchfield,
was home over Sunday.
Miss Florence Hendee returned Satur
day, from Michiganwhere she has been
spending the last two months.
John Miller, who has been attending
school in Cleveland, is spending a few
days at homo.
Rev. McConncl, wife and family, are
visiting in Sailoh.
Mrs. Aaron Luoe, who haa geen quite
alck, is rqitfibd some .better,. ,.,--.
The Ladles' Aid society of the M. E,
church will meet with Mrs. A. n. Miller
Wednesday afternoon of this week.
Wm. Mantz, from Akron is visiting his
Mrs. H. Boffenwyer, of Cleveland, and
Miss Myrta Van Van Valkenburg, of
Mansfield, are visiting at A. T. Van Valk-
Miss Harvey, of Medina, is the guest of
Miss Minnie Freeman.
Mrs. Cavin, of Delaware, is calling on
friends in town.
The infant child of Mr. Storm, was
buried Sunday, making two children tak
en from their home within a week.
Thursday the Rice family held their
annual reunion at the home of A. II.
Miller. About 232 were present, far ex
ceeding the number present at any form
E. Burke, of Colorado, is the guest of
A. II. Miller.
Tho people of our village were very
much surprised at the marriage of Wm.
Fulks and Mrs. Lucy Mann. They attend
ed church as usual, Sunday morning, and
after the singing of the last hymn Rev.
Gray asked the congregation to be seated,
as there was a matter of importance
which demanded attention. He request
ed the parties to come forward, and be
fore the people had recovered from the
impression that they were joining the
church they were pronounced husband and
wife. The entire town join In most
Mrs. Lydia Daugherty, who has had
her home in Lorain, has returned home
to keep house for her father, J. S. Pitten
ger. Quarterly meeting at the M. E. church
next Saturday and Sunday. The presid
ing elder, Rev. George Mather, of Woos
ter is expected to officiate.
Spencer was well represented at the
camp meeting at Pleasant Home last Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Davls of Chatauqua
eounty, N. Y., drove tlirough with a bug
gy, and are visiting at the home of his
mother, Mrs. P. 8. Huntley.
Aug. 20. A fine shower last Sunday.
Miss Lillie Corfman Is visiting her
brother, Rev. A. C. Corfman, at the M. E.
G. W. Hines and wife spent Sunday in
Wakeman with friends.
Miss Evie Campbell, of this place, is
visiting her sister, Amelia Hulett, in
A. C. Norris is spending a few weeks in
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Root visited friends
in Lorain last Saturday.
An ice-cream social will be held at the
sary ballots shall be prepared and neces
town hall Thursday evening of this week,
under the auspices of the Christian
Endeavor. Everybody is invited.
G. J. Campbell started this week with
a fine lot of sheep to attend a round of
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
fairs. He is assisted by A. E. Nash, of
Burt Ward is very sick at this writing.
A temperance lecture was delivered at
the Congregational church last Sunday
evening. Mrs. Cummings and .Mrs.
Plumb, of Oberlin, made very appropri
Frank Beam, while threshing, was let
ting down the straw carrier when the
handle flew off, striking him in the face
and breaking his nose.
Frank Mundy, of Bellevue, is stopping
at II. Botts' for a few days. Topsy.
Free Iron, Coal and Sugar Cleveland Ad
vised to Sign the Hill.
Washington, Aug. 17. The popgun
tariff bills for free iron, coal, sugar and
barbed wire, which the house passed and
sent to the senate, are nothing more than
excuses to aid free trade democratis
members of the house to square them
selves with their free trade constituents.
The only one of them that could possibly
get through the senate is that providing
for free sugar, and that one the adminis
tration joins the sugar trust in opposing,
Secretary Carlislo and the agent of the
sugar trust are both working in concert
to prevent the passage of the free sugar
bill, the latter trying to frighten those
democratic senators whose votes are not
controlled by the sugar trust, by repre
senting that the money to be collected
through the tariff on sugar is absolutely
necessary to save the administration
from another issue of bonds. This argu
ment does not speak well toi .Secretary
Carlisle's opinion of the intelligence of
the democratic senators, as every intel
ligent reader of the newspapers knows
that the treasury will not for a long
time to come collect any tariff on sugar,
for the simple reason that the sugar trust
has supplied itself with all the raw
sugar it will need for months, in
order to escape the payment of the duty.
The real reason why the administration
is opposed to free sugar is that it would
knock the sugar trust out of the two
cents a pound which it proposes to add to
the price of Bugar.
It is an open secret here that Secreta
ries Gresham and Carlisle have advised
Pres. Cleveland to sign the bill and let
congress adjourn, leaving the democrats
to make the best they can individually
of the surrender of Pres. Cleveland and
the house, when they take tho stump for
the congressional campaign. But so far
Pres. Cleveland hiw refused to accept
their advice, because he wants to "get
even" with Gorman and his supporters
by writing a message to congress explain
ing his position. The more explaining
he does the more republicans will be
elected to the next house. Fcr that
reason republicans hope ho will send a
message to congress.
Republicans cousider the work of the
session done, aud so many of them have
gone home that the senate is without a
quorum and likely to remain so. It is
probably because of tho knowledge that
nothing can be done that certain demo
cratic senators have become so very solic
itous that some bill should be passed
that will take away the profits that they
have dellborately voted to give the Bugar
trust. There is democratic hypocrisy on
FAIRS OF 1894.
New London, Aug. 28 to 30.
Ohio State, Sept. 3 to 7.
Norwalk, Sept. 4 to 7.
Medina, Sept. 4 to 6.
Bellevuo Sept. 4 to 6.
Wellington, Sept 12 to 14.
Ashland, Sept. 12 to 14.
Wooster, Sept 18 to 21.
Mansfield, Sept. 25 to 28.
Fremont Sept. 25 to 28.
Sandusky, Sept. 25 to 28.
Norwalk Street fair, Sept. 25 to 2(5.
Lorain County fair, Sept. 25 to 28.
Plymouth, Oct. 2 to a.
Akron. Oct. ' to 5.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Kate C. Vader to James B. Hoge, part
of lot 5, tract 1, Black River tp., $5,000.
Frank K. Wright and wife to Eliza
beth Blaha, lot 23, In block 4, Braman's
add, Lorain, $1,550.
Laura A. Minnick and John Minnick
to Max Morehouse, J. D. Faxon and C.
W. Park, pt lot 41, 29 acres, Sheffield,
James Liner and wife to Geo. Howard,
pt lot 85, west Bide, Elyria, $575.
J. T. Haskell to Alfred andLizzio Cave
part of lot 04, blk 1, Wellington, $400.
Sarah A. and John E. Gillette to John
E. Boynton, part of lot 70, west side,
J. D. Faxon and wife to Max More
house and C. W. Park, part lot 41, Shef
Geo. E. Crisp and wife to Emma L.
Houghton, pt lot 26, blk 70, Elyria, $400.
D. J. Nye and wife to Edward F. Ka
neen, lots 40 and 41, Mineral Springs
addition to Lorain, $500.
Tho Medina bicyclists returned from
their trip through Canada on Tuesday
morning. They all enjoyed their inter
national spin hugely, and are profuse
over the hospitalities of our Canuck
An incipient strike was one of the
novelties in Medina Monday forenoon.
The brick carriers employed on the par
ing work refused to go to work at the
rate of $1.25 per day paid heretofore and ,
demanded $1.50. Tho contractors re
fused to accede to their demand and
work was stopped. The men resumed
work after noon at the old wages.' " "'
Superintendent Bnmaer of the C. L. '
& W. rond has just issued orders to train
crews to exercise great care just now in
observing and reporting all field fires,
and report the same to the nearest sec
tion hands. The claims against the
company on this account last year were
so great that unusual precautions are
now being taken to prevent fires from lo
comotive sparks. Gazette.
F. D. Warren appointed administrator
of H. E. Warren, late of Wellington.
Will of M. W. Astell, late of Amherst,
probated August 7.
Geo. W. Ingersoll appointed guardian
of Clarence D. Parmely, of Elyria.
Bertha Beebe, of Elyria, adjudged in
sane and ordered conveyed to the Toledo
Goo. H. Ely and Chas. T. Ely appointed
executors with will annexed of the estate
of Henian Ely. Bond, $300,000.
Geo. W. Ingersoll, guardian, plaintiff,
vs. Clarence D. Parmely, a minor, and
Myrtio Ingersoll, defendant. Petition
for order to sell land. Hearing Aug. 15.
John N. Bardwell, admr., de bonis
non, with will annexed of J. P. Bard
well, deceased, vs. John N. Bardwell et,
al. Petition filed for order to sell land.
Hearing set for October 15.
John Horn and Ora C. Buckley.
James W. Rain and Harriet May.
Henry Lodge and Elizabeth Taylor.
Louis A. Alexander and Louise Horr.
John II. Bodman and Mary A. Sheahan.
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