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IS H Perkins HJecIS UEVELAND. 0. HE 1 T VOL.. XXX... WELLINGTON. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. JULY 29, 1896. NO. 81. CORRESPONDENCE. NEIGH- NEWS ITEMS FROM OUR BOKiWG TOWNS. ha; op;:::")!, and ,i are, us ever, in tfaugherty, Htlm-:n & Co. line ov campnig. til for th nil' i - ttviots with i hi i c:it)S CO- a' Mate A 1 1 iW goo 1 assortm-jiit is gooi a i1. i;d 1 closed out. at cut pikxs. Th AU About H.! Itsiint Happening nnd 'Events id" Nji i jl 5 'ilrrcst to 1p:i1- i (f thi- ;:u:ritu '.:, cii-iim-ii lv itOr,r;r !' !'.!'nrt'rs. r'iT!"3:-:ri.D. JriA'27.--TlKf iiuiu;;is will have to bring out the old c.ndle to finish cutting tin ir oats the jaw.;:.! is tn eoft tor the binders to v . i!; i.t I'H.'t tields T!m fifth ttUvt r r.ii.':l-i! o:-utct- was hold la:-t Wedesday e !::",,' in the Congrega tional church. The were Ruv. Wall, of Wellington; Root ami aiisa Edwards, vt Obeli s:, who utter duo deliberation iciud..i i-he m-H.al to Edith Aver'. We rx peel to h,v. the sixty con test :w soou ah jvs.-;blr so aa to have a gold medal cmiU ei-riy in the fall. Thoro wat-- (.".ii-itstkn Kmloavor sodnl ut Cliarles fliii'fU'hrti-lart Tlmr!ay evn- H. j,irK. 1 unipl'f-'.i i.f:'o!trporii uu K.-n'.tr.vor cxivi-ulica ht'2'l m nasluag Ifji, fj. C, a riJu.ri liiiio n&t to whidi s'uo vsm a i.U'li'jwti'. hi :i!.,i.i'!T: ,:!' A'. Ill' 'reildlC!':' Sumbiytiu'i&uien.i i:.e Coagrfgaonaj 1 I-.li civ.,;! ;;;! -t Mijotii'.iy 'Xl'fi!ise fur tlw bi'ii.HH oi' li'.o Wlut-.i'.iut college. Mr. ami Mr-'. .Moo;. 'i Uflawarc, are :a;:;;lu.'r Jlrs. 1'.. C. Highest of all in Leavening Power.- 1 ''asj "SSS lirlVti livory size. ilidee irts. Ne . The new patterns, just received, are from the waters in tLe country. -The soft bosom shirt with c and cuffs detached ia very popular and will surely please SULLIVAN. Jcly 27. It is to wet too cut oats. Taylor's ilog show struck the town this wook. It was well attended. Mrs. Chamberllu and daughter Cora, of Oberlin, a;;d Mrs. Mary Park, of La- reue, Waa!i., sr? th guests of .Mrs. Chsis. Campbell. Dexter Xiyde and Harry Ingraham went to Cleveland, Tuesday to attend i Buffalo Bil?s show. They report a very ; enjoyable and exciting time. I A McKlii'.ipy club was organized Satur- night. Tl following ollicers were! Jink 2s elected: Dri' Gregg, president; Burt : give a baskot picnic, on W'tluelay next nhilccrub, vice president; and Maurice August 5. The place as yet undeter Friuk, BeOeLry. j mined, everyone is cordiallv invited- Myron T.T Uornc-k, IVnne'v llerrlek ; The fouth ooarterly meeting of the and Ben Purn:ly, of Cleveland, ere the M. K. church will be held on Friday and guests of Melvil Tarmely. ! Suude.y afternooiis, next. The ice citimi sm-ial Saturday evening i Tlie VAV. daughter of Lawrence Crow given ty the 'young iatlies of liort Whit- ; met with unite a serious accident last rnml;'s R:im vr ".'ch.'in! nltio h ne- ! v.i..l- ! Latest U.S. Gov't Report O PENFIELD. -The M. K. Sunday-school will WASHINGTON LETTER. week, whic'ii ("line very near proving fa t-ess. The prueei'da will be payed on the i tal, and may yet develop into bload pois pledgc of SX given by the class to tee i or, in g. P!m fell from the barn loft, Iter dedication ofjli.t. i;iscivlc cimn-b. ! sumiaeli striking the hay-rack, undev- BA!. ;:!;' CnOSSIWC. Kvelyu li'e'.hey '..'itii.g tliei Lieehele. ut' Lodi, visit-Wh't- iting in Clove Mr. end j'ix 0. II. Dirlam ren spent Subway in l.oiii. Missaslilmj jiuiicik and (' were the g,;c;? u Viss Xel'it and clul neelli, and her flesh was badly bruised, while'her chin and jaw stnn-lc with such violence, that the lo.vr jaw and lips is ; a j'dlyuf Mesh. It was simply a luire . H'iM'kly tii'l-cl t i ;,,., rroni it Ca;,tiH! )V.SiilN(,T(i, .1 u ! V I 'y M'-rw, of Nbr.iska, publican Congressional ivn iiiitee returned t!ii- w ' I.!-' !f)i!!'. lie Is i-n:;.: ' , pfiuuising ri'e:!.i;ee-,; . both pre-ilential cii'l points cf view. Spe.tkiitg !'l " - -t.:t .-a: : lrisl; those who are seeking comfort. . Daugherty, Helsnasi Co. (feTExclngive Clothiers. Mrs. F. C. V.'iiiiuea in: her oarehts Lr. an ney. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Meredith, two daughters and con spent last Sunday at T. Burton's in Wellington. v.ra. Surah Ward is visiting at Vi'. 11 TweiTcli's. Mrs. Luna Hall, of Lakewood, is spend ing a tew weeks with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Augustine Whitney. Mrs. Esther Meredith spent two days in Wellington last week. Mrs. Burt Ward who was on the sick list is some better. Rev. Bentley is expected to be home to fill his pulpit next Sunday. J. Watkins went to Cleveland last Sat urday to attend a committee meeting of the old soldiers. Miss llattie llines was in Cleveland last week attending the centennial and visiting friends. K. E. Cole sprained his knee very oaa a few days ago. : Low Expenses, f Small Profits, j, Shoes that will retain ( Their shape and v Rive s-ood service, A satisfied customer our test advertisement. itlurrav, Saturday. Oilie Clr.rk.'wim lias been in Fairlleld fcr a few wool ji;;t, is again at home. ('). A. Boice .;;id family, of Homer, were with frir.iids on Sunday. K. D. Bakerihl Miss Lelia Baker were in Camden, Sriiulay. Mr. and Mrs. II. Tillitson spent Wed nesday and Thursday in Cleveland. Mr. and MrsvV. II. Beeinan entertained Mrs. Dr. Smith, er Cleveland, Friday and Saturday. Clarence Sagft and Clara Richards visit ed in Wooster Jat week. There will bo preaching in the Cnivcr- salist church Sunday morning, August . Mr. and Mrs; Samuel Rowland wish to extend their thanks to the people of Rochester and surrounding communities tor the kindness shown to them by the recent festival.-The efforts of all who attended should be fully repaid by the appreciation of the gift. SPENCER. -Jcly 27. N.Hacket, of Summit county, and J. Rothrock, of Cleveland were the le that the child's neck was not broken. Miss (Jrace IJranstou is visiting friends in Trov this week. Miss Pearl Fritz spent a couple of days . l:1'' with Iter sister, Mrs. laa Van Vallcen- J "!:' burg, last week, and they ail visited I'1'' Cleveland to take iu the sights at Buffalo l,'r Bill's show. ; J. 0. Lang was quite ill last week with the hay fever. Mrs. Lena Converse, from Wellington, formerly, Lena Shoar, spent a day or two saiii: liaska hard arjht, owing to i-i'.-:;ioer;;tki Uomiia e ; bilt the ;. p iir.i.- .,. v.-.i !;.; a sale ina.j : !;''. is ir. suite; a.romsi! l!;; ou.irti'rs to meet :!. ' 17 iiterr.L'!!", : ; ; vvrv i!:;V. tT piepiirei! t'i supply t':.' tiT h.v.v groat it lair. I.e. Senator Faulkner, Democratic Coit.-r'.-s-i'; eomiuitee, is su!-.p..r.i:i;; Chicago platfortn, but he 1 ive wita etiiier. i !tiii; Newt e; resentative orth- Re : aign coiu- a trip to . . over the ;.Ud:, irom eongressioual i.f his own :.!.;icaitH will ' r will be a '; that the ; i Nebr.isUii. imd we " Kverybr-iy : ''tee head- . ' for -n:i:id ; beiv.'iaiiig !' .Limit'.. " i x.: !, ::u mat among old friends, in renfiold, hist week. date: There is one Albert Pierce and wife snent last week i Bryan. He likes lo nit of tin Campaigi. :;u and tin :'i much ii. says of the candi ;ivat trouble with taik, an.l in in aiewiiays ago. guests of A. II. Miller, Saturday. Myrtle Sheldon who has been sick for fi for some time is some better. a Wednesday In C.B.Rowell...on the rick list ) u ?ti.W wHiuitayiu Call and examine our shoes at SL50 and $2. The best value ever given for the money. Have placed us in the front rank and made our store popular everywhere. ienediot Sho Co V .1 BIG FOUR. TTffpet Mm 18W1. StandjJjlnig nui.NO wkst. Se.SS 2::ip.ni 27 3 , 10:02 " 25 10:10 tt.m - 3 8:55 " '61 IOC ft 11:00 " No.iS 5:06 tt.m 26 :n , ' 6 3:.r)9 p. ti: '24 6:28 " " 52 loc ft 2:35 P m So. 25,SunilByonly. . , W. & L. E. "in etleot Dee. 8. WtfJBtiindBrithnei "oTvest:32B.m.;ll:a:ia.m.;.eiu p.m. H na eaat-ll.-07 a.m.: 5:0Sp.m; 11 :2 p.m. PRATT & IIERRICK, flour and feed store. Free delivery to all parts of the corporation. Railroad tttreet. Betz and Cleve . . ' :n i, lauu. Isext Siimiay evening mere iu uu mM .,.,. Tl.,M , Tmi in iha fWrPlTH- U"ljri 1ai.u jmwu, Vi UUU-buiuuu nHTd.i.s o - v. if . win, Vrallt MiiIar.fl Cntjir.lav tiimiii eiiurcn. inero win u pucobcu 101 .i . . t, t, vv.,i,n a. w Wfib- Eugene Cam, of Delaware, was in LJ flU uttti. ' ! ber anu oiuers are wpuneu. ,, A , ,, Vr n. nt Several of our people went io lupiou ,uou , v.Mt niv Z. ZTL Z lZ "ev. Philip Stroup, of Ashland, was "'.""'rr :..: the guest of Dr. Stroup. Sunday accmeniiasi wee r. ,,, f t,,raa ,lf inct ... i 11 X i. I l j II tin. .UJltlTl H 1 U I Y J K mm bis wheel and had nis st . ou in n loini. ne scuii . . ... .. , , . , : ...i.i. ..,o, t.i e were again isueu uy uie. Aiuig land to nu nis piace, iu. n j . Mt l H " V ' J ITVl.- ' - w. .. . ,.,... t ,, north and one-half mile west of town, The Missionary so - was gtruck by lightuing last Monday Alrq WllSOU HL'At AllUlnlluv u;uiuuuu . , Mis. niisuu iuai j." j .von nit AiKrust. '7. nnil was p lttre v .,-..! .;.,i in fim i.viintinr v "-"" " " anu au ice cienui " , ,iii tv.trt tr.,a nf l.nv BRIljMlUN. I T ,..1 !. M.lir.n Vlltll.l fur V.r,ll July 27. The headquarters or. pouu Ci,.rcular8 are beln- 80nt to railroad cal talk for the past wei season nis , advising them to vote for golll been at the blacksmith shop. Hurrah for Htjiriiljir(, ,vhicll itl cr.atiii2 tmite a Hut- me biacKsmiin, wr w-u B tgr iu 1)olitk.al circles. aim gomen inrougu u mi. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ilumplireys were ROCHESTER. out of town a few days visiting friends. jry 27. The Ladies Aid Society, of the Mrs. I. Greenwald expects to leave for Congregational Church, meet with Mrs. ripvoiiinil ripxt Thursday for the centen- rnmnn Marshall. Thursday. Ausust 0. ninl. All are cordially invited Mrs. O. McClailan made a short visit ti.o Harmonial Society, of the M. E to her mother in Clarksfteld. Church, meet with Rev.Myers, at the par- Wroii r,nvplanl has nrocured a situa- ( Hnnn(Te.. in Brighton. Friday. August 1 in Peulield; Mr. Pierce putting on a new galvanized iron root on Jas. Damon's house, while Mrs. Pierce visited among her relatives. The children and near relatives of Aunt Abby Starr, met at the hospitable homo of J. C. Smith, on Monday, the 27lh,to celebrate Aunt Abby's With birth day. She is the oldest living pioneer in this town, I'ncle Robert Deuhani, now of LaG range ranking next. There will be a reception at the Con- eregational parsonage ou Wednesday evening to welcome our' new minister and his wife to a home among us. Rev. Jacobs bids fair to become as popular as his predecessor, Rev. Schwiuley, and that is saying a good deal as to his ability. Miss Lena Ppprry. from iBirmiJgham, a sister of Mrs. E. II. Warner, started for home on Tuesday. She has spent a fort night very pleasantly wiih her sister and husband, and has made a number of warm friends among our young peolple. One of Mr. Warner's sisters is now visiting them. HARRY L. KING, Dentist, Otterbaeher block. Assisted on Thursdays by by Dr. C. T. King, of New London. (12 ri E. SUTLIFF, dealer in coal anthra V. rite. Mimsi Ion, Jackson, eic. J ' .. cash. OtFice West Liberty street ephone 48. Terms Tele- Hon on the Wellington section of the Big Four. Any one who is not afraid to work cau procuro a situation somewhere that thev mav support themselves Rev. Lash, of Rochester, will preacn All are cordially invited Dr. Roberts has returned from the stat,e ot New York, where lie has been spending a few weeks. Mrs. Dr. Smith, of Cleveland, is tlie CSAGE & CO., insurance agents. Fire, life, accident and tornado. Repre- Bent best companies in me umueu ouira. WudswortU block. B.&O. vthouni1 trains leave Nova at 12:01 . f,d t"4l "m. Leave Sullivan a S: i ? i. and t4:4rt a. m. Leave Lodi at 12:.A p. "nnNovaat ! .. rirrin.Ii!o1djral5:o ! lV"'p.in.and1t:OSa.m. i 'Daily. tStop 011 sljflwl only. y r Northern Oliio. V : . Inmia Cnnnnnr (I I ' Trains oolnicwost leave pccer. u.. in ?l in Ki7 Wr,7li7P.i.... 10:12 a.m. T Trains K'UiiK east leave Spencer, 1., at ' 2sn nu'iWS a. in. Uunttnxton. 2:14 p. 7-i a m. llakers. 2:oe p. tn 7:'is a. m .TiEXTISTRY. A. W. liazci, ucn :si. U Office in Harvey Block, Welling ton, Ohio. DR. FRANK GREGO, Mallory mock. Offiee hours 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 and to 9 p. Residence on Forest avenue. 1 3d at the Congregational church of this place gUC8t of Mr. ami Mrs. J. Porter, of this next Sunday. Don't forget that there is Diace. nr0v niPPtintr at the Congregation Tim ie oi-pam social, at D. Uolco s church Wednesday night, and Thursday ia3t Tuesday evening was a success, about night at tho M. E. church. three hundred being present. The total Could any one look around last Sunday receipts were $3S.0O to see who tho preacher was hitting? No, Mrs. Snyder and little children, Aritha for each could feel the coat fitting close- and Ralph, spent Saturday and bunday ly around themselves. That was the wlth her neice, near Greenwich. They kind of a sermon that is needed. had a very enjoyable time. Remember that the Epworth League jirs. Beck, of Bowling Green, Ohio, meetings are held In the M. E. church wa9 visiting at Mr. and Mrs. John Port- , 1 RN. GOODWIN, insurance agent ana notary public. Deeds, wills, con tracts, etc., written neatly and legally. Over Serage's shoe store. BVANATOR. Notary Public. Deeds, Mtirtuaires. Leases, Contracts, Etc., . rpnnnnable rtltc-S. C'ollec Hons nnd the execution of pension vouch ers are specialties, crosier jjhk.k, mgton, U. Ell. PERKINS, attorney and coun . .lnr.:u.law. Oftice over Ciabtree's iiarkft.Wcst Main street. . . JT. HASKELL, nttorney-at-lnw and notnrv public. Loans and coHei'ticns de a specialty .Oilicc in Imuk mitiomg. T UT T W fittni-npv-nt-law and no lT.i.....i.i;. will ntipnil to all leeal i.,,.:ncC'in Tj.min. Medina. Ashland, and Huron counties and elsewhere, that may be entrusted to lum. rrompi auenuon given tocollections. Contracts, deeds, mort- lnll,. and nputlv llrRwn. gages, IMU,, icutwy Oflice over Goodrich's clothing store, west side public square. Wr!cht'3 Celery Tea. regulates the liver and klJneya, cures constipation and sick headache. 25c at all iro-isis every Sunday evening If light is needed in your mind on the silver ouestion dou t fail to be at the n hntfl in the town hall next Saturday night on the silver question, 6tateu as follows: Resolved, "That the reo and Un er's last week. Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion ot the ear. in nnn vanv tn enrfi dpafllPSS. lOllOWS; tvesuiveu, 1 .imtiira X' m mniuu- nine in - J " , , ,. ' 1 . . . T.-i.. fi,t io hv eonstitntional remedies. TTZ Deafnes; is' causer, by. an inflamed con- Masses of tho People. Do Not 1 This. rt nt. ho imlnnpil to hnv anv other if you have made up your mind to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. Remember that Hood's Sarsaparilla cures wnen an omers fail. Do not give up in mspair ubcuumh n, r,,n,Hplnuj hnvn flltlpil to bnln VOU. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla faithfully and you may reasonably expect to oe cureu. ' Hood's pills are purely vegetable, care fully prepared from the best ingredients. 25 cents. ditiou ot the mucous lining of the ens tachlau tube. nen inis inuo geis in flamed you have a rumming souiui 01 nu when it is entirely closed deafness is tho resjtlt. and unless the inflammation can oe laKen out anu this tube restored to us normal couumuii hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out 6f ten are caused by catarrh. which is notliltlir oui animmmeu cou- .11.1.... ni 4v,a mi.pniia aurfncp. Ulllllll HI Hlf 111. IV. -v." " .ui ivn mm luniitrpit dollars tor any case of deafness (caused by oattarh) ti.nt. pnnnot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0 Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. " SOUTH PENFIELD Ji'LV27.-Last Sunday Mr. Hamnor and Mrs. Snace' were out riding when their horse became unmanageable throw ing them out. Mrs. Space was but slight ly hurt, but Mr. Hammer was terribly hruispil and lammed. He Is now under the doctor's care. Kent White took in the excursion to Cleveland last Wednesday. Miss Nora Bradley went to Medina, Wednesday to spend a few days with her friend Miss Grace Hart. On account of the heavy rains Mr. Sprinkle did not come to lecture Thniv day evening as was expected, hut will lecture Monday evening August 3 Eugene Cavin, of Delaware, who has been assisting with the camp meeting which was held at LaGrange, made n short visit with his sister Mrs. II. Wilite of this place last Wednesday. He now rpturns to Delaware to help with the meetings there. Mrs. II. Knapp and daughter Hattio, and Mrs. Damon and daughter May, of Wellington, snent Wednesday with the Lndips' Aid society held at Mrs. H White's. Bertha Dague is sick with tho measels. The Ladies' Aid society will meet Wed nesday, August 5 at Mrs. S. Long s. Mr. Arbaugh and wife returned to their home In Loudenville, Saturday. His sister Mrs. Naylor went with them to spend a week among her relatives and old trieuds. Mrs. C. Nichols, ot LaGrange, is the guest ot Mrs. Clara Bryant. Richard Booue called on old friends Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Yoxthemer spent Saturday in Homer calling on old friends. Mrs. Rose Fletcher, of Wellington, snpnt Saturday with Mrs. Long Orlo R. Williams, of Fittsfleld, spent Sunday with his parents iu Spencer The heuvy rains that wo are having are doing much damage among the farmers here, hay is not all cut and somo that is (pinion he talks to much. lie should be kept iuiet until the campaign opens, and then should not be allowed to speak without careful preparation. His recent speeches are not up to the standard of bis Chicago speech, and they will not be un less he is given ample opportunity to prepare himself, I have m .tired consid erable criticism upon someot' his offhand efforts. His enemies are on his trail, ami they are ever ready to iek up and make use of any silly or injudicious re mark he may chance to let fall. His play now is to remain silent and bottle up some ot the personal joy he feels over having been selected as a candidate." In plain English, Mr. Faulker thinks Mr. Bryan needs a guardian to keep him . front ranking a tne!:!:ey of himself. Mr. P. E. Studebaker. of Indiana, who has just returupd from Kurope.says he pro poses putting in a lot of active work for M'.'Kinley and Hohart and honest money. Speaking of the situation he said: "I know the farmers of tho west, for I have done business with them for thirty years. They are intelligent and honest, and 1 cannot believe they can be influenced by sophistry to place themslves in a humil iating position before the eyes of the world. I know Mr. Bryan, too, for I dis cussed the silver question with him sev eral years ago. It will require more than high sounding phrases to catch the fanners votes this year. You nMui con vince the average fanner that he, and not some wealthy mine owner, will be benefited before he will vote for the free coinage of silver, which would really be disastrous to the farmers." Tim Mnitvru Wmium I'lihtinu!. There is truly no lack ot genuine mus cut has spoiled, last Saturday being ine t day tor nine days without rain here. first day for nine days Ttlackborries are quite plenty ami tne farmers wives are putting up a good sup ply cular enterprise among the women of so ciety this summer. Besides playing pc- io with wonderful long handled sorts of tennis racquets and rubber balls, on their bieyles, at three of tho most famous seasido resorts they are to have bicycle tournaments. The admission fee of Ave dollars is really meant to bar out the rough public; and, in fact, one can buy a ticket only it well kuown or guaran teed to belong to what is known as the "smart set." The money takeu in at the gate, in every instance will go for charity. The tournaments undoubtedly will be worth seeing, for only expert women cyclists will appear, and they are all to contest for prizes worth winning. Even rider will bo obliged to wheel her way in and out a complicated path six Inches wldo, marked out by hens eggs at every turn, and Recording to the number of eggs left intact or crushed after wheeling over the course, one will win or lose the offered prize. To every wheel woman will be given a bicycle tak en to pieces and apparently In a hopeless muddle: whoever In the shortest space of time puts the parts most correctly to gether again, will fall heir to the hand somo cyclometer. In all the competi tions an impartial committee of men and women wil give judgment on compara tive skill displayed. Demorest's Magazine. Remember -only such medicines were aiiunueii iui """""" y iS, i. nr. nppnntoil fur use. bv Dhsvlci laU ' VVV,JV. . K - - ans, in the practice 01 memoine, Ayei Sarsaparilla, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and Ayer's Pills being included in the list. Boils and pimples are due to Impure blood. Remove them by making the blood pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla. No one in ordinary health need becouf n nrn n If ha Wilt f,.11nHt RPllQlht U.1111 in " "u treatment. We advise cleanliness ot th scalp and the use ot II all's Hair Renewe 1 ,:.Xm wp 1 -! " ip r r-r7 I"-?i "'ii-n ' , ' 1)11 '1 i 1 k.