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Bargains! Bargains! Bargains!
SHIRT WAISTS, 50 cts ard up
WRAPPERS, light a .d dark colore.
VESTS, a fineVue from 10c up.
LADIES' dENTS', AND CHILDREN'S HOSE.
SUMMED WASH FABRICS.
Fine Ginghams, Scotch Lawns, India Linens, Percales, etc.
Laces and Embroidery, Edgings and Insertions to match.
Everything in Tinware.
Shoes soldNout at cost.
Come in and get our prices The CHEAPEST place
in town to bay goods.
Wellington Novelty Store.
First Door West Benedict Hardware store.
FRANCES A. BENEDICT.
j OF LOCAL iESTl
Go to Near &
cream soda.
Wells (or a fine ice
There will ba the usual excursion to
Cleveland next Sunday via Big Four,
at ithe usual time and rates.
The mayor of Klyrla has notified the
telephone companies of that town to
prune no more trees. He threatens to
prosecute them if they persist. The
telephone lines of Wellington -would
liavehard sledding should such an edict
be enforced here, end the people would
have very inferior telephone service.
A siniruiar fatality occurred one day
last week at Clarksfield. As mt-a were
at work removing the timbers of on
and en t cider mill, Mr. John Spurrin
came along, and, while talking with
some of the men, a timber fell from its
position, striking him on the head and
inflicting injuries from which be died
the same day. Mr. S. mas one of the
old residents of Clarksfield and well and
favomlbly known throughout that part
of Huron county.
Alex Justice has recently leased over
a thousand acres of land in Brighton
to'wnsliip for oil and gas prospecting
purposes. He has sent for his princi
palis, who live in the oil region in Mun
roe county, to come and make a map
of the territory already leased and sudh
additional territory as he may lease by
the time they can get here. As soon as
a plat isimade of the territory, rigs will
' ibe put up and a thorough test made of
the productiveness of the field.
"The busy hum of industry" is heard
. in all of our shops, mills and factories.
Our merchants are making profuse dis
plays of seasonable goods and almost
falling owr one another for advertising
space in the papers of me village. The
poor printers work night land day to
tell the people in the best style of
which they are capable the good,
useful, fancy, palatable, appetizing and
cheap articles that their neighbors
"have for sale. Verily, our lines have
Jallen in prosperous times.
r. S. This is from our pessimistic
eVlitor, tool
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IUT of BUSINESS 1
I MI IF I
Women's Shoes
Misses Shoes
Children's Shoes
CLARA H. ARNIK,
N. P. Robinson has commenced work
on his new house on South Main street.
Just arrived, a fine stock of ham
mocks. Come and examine them at
the drug store of Near & Wells.
Married. May 2d, by Rev.
A. O.
Wall, at the narsonaee. Mr. Frederick
b. Mr.
August Foeller and Miss Betsey EBtel
la Brown of Monroeville.
Twenty-one ladies of the W. 0. T. U.
of this place, were in attendance yes
terday upon the county convention at
Oberlin. Wilbur F. Crafts lectured in
the evening, and some of the ladies re
mained to hear him.
The Wellington Cornet 'band com
Tienced the season of open oir concerts
last Friday night by rendering some
very fine selections in the public park.
The peojile will do a wise thing if they
encourage the band 'by substantial tok
ens once in a wfliile. Good music is al
ways inspiring, besides many people
ire ntitraoted from the country mainly
to hear the bond play.
The business men of Elyria organized
a chamber of commerce last Monday
night, with tlhe following officers:
President, Hon. Geo. H. Ely; first vice
president, if. H. Levagoodj second vice
president, A. L. Uarford; treasurer, f .
L. Fuller; directors, W. E. Brooks,
John Lersch, W. G. Sharp and Parks
Foster. The secretary is to be chosen
by the directors, and Hon. D. C. Bald
win is said to be slated for the posi
tion. The new oreariization fixed the
admission fee at $3.00 and the annual
dues at $2.00.
Mrs. Malvina Webster, aged 61 years,
died on Monday morning at 1 o'clock
at the home of Dr. Holland. Funeral
Tuesday at 2 p. m., at the house, Rev,
R. Tj. Waggoner officiating.
The floral tributes were very select
and beautiful. The casket was almost
covered by floral offerings from friends
of the deceased, and a boquet at the
head of the casket, a gift of the King's
Daughters, was singularly tasty and
beautiful. While the temple of elay is
surrounded by the flowers that fade,
the spirit that once inhabited it is
doubtless roaming through fields of
fadeless flowers "just across.the river."
I Itffiffir' I Jamil
1 J&0t J
I J among
" lo any
I fnuch at to
Changes lm.
I !. life and I
cte.
I that trv
W. H. TISSOT & CO.
City Council.
The village council met on Monday
jvening in adjourned session, and the
fist of their doings follows:
S. F. Black appointed chief of Are
iepartment ; Fred Edwards, 1st assist
intchlef ; Bert Whitehead, night watch.
4 new sidewalk on Kelley street was
ordered, and some repairs to walks
dsewhere. Courtland avenue sewer
ige matter was considered to some ex
rent, as was also the sewerage system
in Johns and Elm streets.. Nothing
leflnite was done with Courtland ave
lue, but Johns and Elm streets were
referred to the street committee.
The French Printing Co's bid for the
city printing was accepted by the
council.
Mri, M.IIm. Webtter Dead.
Mrs. Melissa, Babooek Webster died
&4l Thursday morning at the age of
about 90 years. She was not sick, suf
fered no pain, but geotlly passed away
owing to a general wearing out of her
physical powers. She died in the home
where she commenced keeping house
over B0 years ago. She was a long
time member of the Congregational
church, having joined that church as
early as 1835. Was a very pious woman
and enjoyed the 'full benefit of her
Christian faith. The funeral was pri
vate on Saturday afternoon, Rev. Mr.
Sheldon officiating. Interment at
South cemetery.
Maw M.lt Contract.
The Star route from Wellington to
Oberlin has been let to W, H. McGuire,
of Danville, Va. The term of his con
tract is from July 1, 1899 to June 80,
1903. He agrees to make the round
trip six days per week, and fifty-two
weeks each year for the sum of $171.93,
which is about fifty-five cents per day
for eighteen miles of travel in all
kinds of roads and weather. The pres
ent contract price is $214.37.
BIG POUR ROUTE.
International convention Baptist
Young People's union of America, Rich
mond, Va., July 13-10, 1899. Rates and
other Information 'later.
Annual convention Titavelers' Pro
tective association of America, Louis
ville, Ky., May 16-19, 1899. One fare
round trip agoing May 15th and 16th
returning till May 20uh, 1899.
Young Men's Christian association of
North America. International convex
tion, Grand Rapids, Mich., May 2Mb.
28th, 1399. One fare round trip going
May 24th and 25tih return limit May
29, 1899.
National Saengerfest, Oincinnatl.
One rate round trip June 27th to June
30th inclusive, returning limit July
5th.
Ohio Sunday-school association, Mar
ion, 0. One fare round trip, June 5th
and 6th; returning limit June 9th.
Annual meetinir (renerail assembly
Presbvterian church In United 8tates
at Minneapolis, Minn. Cheap excur
sion rates eoiiur (May 15th, 16th end
17th; returning limit June 3d.
93c
60c
50c
SIIQEH.
Kidney Diseases
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Pronounced Incurable)
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obtain aome .OBZ T'.
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Fred Folk arrived home from Lorain
laxt week.
George Bnsweli, of Cleveland, was In
town Saturday.
Harry Lang is assisting at the Horr
Warner Co.'s office.
Ed. Pnrtlon, of Cleveland, is assisting
at M. A. Wiider's store.
Mr. C. E. Kniffin ipent Sunday in
Greenwich with his family.
Mrs. T. Hovey, of Toledo, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. George Penfleld.
R. L. French returned yesterday
from a few days sojourn in Kentucky.
Rev. F. D. Stevick, of North Fairfield,
was in town last week visiting friends.
Prof. T. A. Martin, superintendent of
the Spencer schools, was In town Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Burke, of Cleve
land, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
W. V.. Heliker.
Mrs. Harden Smith, of Chattanooga,
lean., is in town visiting her daughter,
Mrs. George Haines.
Clarion Bowers, of Bellevue, was in
town Friday in attendance upon the
funeral of Mrs. Webster.
Mrs. Ella Kunz, of Wellington, 'has
been Ibe guest of Mrs. Chas. Munz, of
this city, for the pat week. Elyria
Reporter.
Mrs. Amelia Bracy, of Winchester.
fnd., wtio has been visiting friends here
for some time, returned to her home
in Indiana yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. John 'Howk, who have
been visiting at Hartwell, O., for some
time, returned home Saturday evening.
Mrs. J. H. Peirson, their daughter, ac
companied them, to remain some time.
C. M. Sage, son of A. J. Sage, of
Huntington, and mayor of Baker City,
Ol l!i ll veiled III plllt'lll- Mild BIMi'l'
Mm. E. E. Goodrich, lait week. His
wifu itml dHUghter, Mildred will re
main in Ohio a few weeks.
Elder Ueorore II. Cari, wife and two
damrhters arrived 1n town Friday
night from Forest Will, Mich., where
Mr. Carl has been pastor of the Church
of Christ for years. He assumed Hint
relation to the "Wellington church last
Sunday.
Miss Agaes Wells, of Wellington,
who in trimming for Mrs. K. r. Hickox
hns been trimming', t the leading
wholesale Iioiikm In Cleveland and
comes highly recommended to Lodi as
a first-class and up-to-date trimmer.
Lodi Review.
Mrs. A. S. Rogers, Mrs. F. H. DeWitt
and little daughter, of Norwalk. left
Saturday evening ifor Philadelphia to
visit Mrs. W. A. Sohlosser (nee Belle
Rogers). 'Before returning they will
visit New York, Washington and Pitts
burg, returning home about July 1.
Buy your paints, oiU, varnishes and
brushes of Near & Wells.
to $2.50
to $1.35
to $1.00
GOL. W. S,
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR TO COLO
NEL FCfiSTO!.
J am pod Ow Two Officers Th. Bwou
Olv.n MlllUrjr Knowledge Aetlv. Ser
Tloe In the Field Twin. Wounded Pro
teat of Friends of Lieut. CoL Little.
Topekt, May S. A cablegram was
received from General Frederick Fun
ton this morning making the recom
mendations for promotion made neces
sary by his advancement to brigadier
general. The Governor ordered the
issue of commissions according to
Funston'i recommendations. They
are as follows:
Major Wilder F. Metcalf of Lawrence
to be colonel of the Twentieth Kansas
regiment. Captain W. P. Bishop of
Salina to be major in the vacancy
made by the promotion of Metalf.
iirst Lieutenant Daniel F. Craie of
Garnett to be captain. Second Lieu
tenant fdward J. Hardy of Banna to
be first lieutenant. Sergeant Cassius
E. Warner of Fort Scott to be second
lieutenant.
The press dispatches of this morning
tell of the death of William A. Metag-
gart of Company G. Funston fails to
mention his death, but makes another
recommendation for promotion, which
means that there is a vacancy in the
regiment. The promotion is that of
John 0. Murphy of Company C. Lea-
venworin to De a second lieutenant.
Theophilus Little, the father of Lieu
tenant Colonel. Ed Little, called on
Governor Stanley last night and pro
tested against the promotion or any
one over the head of his son. He car
ried with him a letter from W. F. Law-
renoe of Eldorado, national committee
man of the Silver Republican party,
denouncing the intention of the gover
nor to appoint Metcalf instead of Little.
Colonel Wilder S. Metcalf was born
In Milo, Me. He went to Ohio at an
early age and wa.- graduated from
Oberlin college in 1878. He came to
Kansas in 1887 and went into the land
and loan business. In 1897 he was
graduated from the law school of the
University of Kansas and formed a
partnership with W. C. Spangler. In
Ohio he got his first military training
and rose to the rank of captain of the
Ohio national guard. On coming to
Kansas he connected himself with
Company H of the Kansas guard. He
became major, lieutenant colonel and
finally colonel of the First regiment of
the Kansas National Guard which place
he held when appointed major of the
Twentieth Kansas.
Major Whitman outranked him vb
major of the Twentieth Kansas, so by
his promotion Metcalf goes over the
heads of two men.
We have inserted the above extract
from the Kansas City Star for two rea
sons: first, to show how a promotion
from the head of a regiment disturbs
the organization all along the line;
second, because of the interest our
people have in the principal subject of
the artiple, Col. W. 8. Metcalf. Being
from Lorain county and formerly from
Wellingtou, and his wife being here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Or. W.
Crosier, during her husband's exile
in the antipodes, makes the article
pretty good reading for Well'ngtonians.
It mar be a matter or surprise to
many how Col. Metcalf was promoted
over the heads of two officers of the
regiment who out-ranked him, viz;
Mai. Whitman and Lieut. Col. Little.
The explanation is easy. Metcalf
was the best military man in the state
of Kansas, and when his regiment was
in San Francisco so long he taught and
drilled the officers and those of oth
er regiments who were glad to pay for
their tuition. But a weightier reason
was that the Major and Lieutenant
Colonel mentioned have not merited or
gained any prominence in the fighting
line of the army at Manila, while Met
calf has been in the thickest of the
"unpleasantness" and twice wounded,
more or less seriously. The next pro
motion, if any, will not come from a
populist governor but from President
Mckinley himself.
Spring Good..
A fine assortment of Trimmed Hats
during the season, at the millinery
rooms of Mrs. S. Cady, South Main st.
Change of Gaardisn.hlp.
Mr. Charles Phelps on Thursday of
last week resigned the guardianship
of Mrs. Kate B. Couch, and yesterday
morning Mr. Geo. L. Couch received
the necessary documents from the
probate judge which authorized him to
assume that relation.
"Shermnn'. Maroh to the Sea."
Rev. Geo. W. Pepper, who is to de
liver the Memorial day address at the
opera house, will on the evening prior,
May 29, deliver a lecture on the above
subject. There will be an admission
fee of 25c and 16c ; school children 10c.
The purpose of this is to raise funds
for the purpose of defraying expenses
of Memorial day.
Reception.
A reception will be held at the close
of Dr. Barrows' lecture, Friday even
ing, which will give Wellington people
an opportunity of meeting the new
preident of Oberlin college.
For sale.
The Santley property on Mavar street
Good dwelling house, ba id about
one acre of ground. Far particulars.
Inquire of J. T. Haskell
Seed OsU.
Green Mountain, white and heavy.
Nicely recleaned. See Frank Ford's
catalogue, Ravenna, O. Price 40 cts.
per bu. Seed potatoes, Carmen No. 8,
price SO ets. per bu. Seed corn, White
Cap, price 25 cents per bu., ears.
W. H. Haskins
4 miles south and 1 mile west of
Wellington. -
Stone Walk. Laid.
Any person thinking of putting
down stone walks will do well to look
up the prices and quality of the
"Sampson" stone from the Willow
Creek quarries.
H. G. Brown, Sole Agent.
Bell phone, 754.
DR. FRANK GREGG.
tlO to 13 a. m.
1 to 8 p. m.
7 to 8 p. m.
Bpaelal AtUnUoa to
EYE. EAR, NOSB AND THBOAT.
The finest line of .
SHIRT WAISTS
Ever shown in Wellington 98c to $2.50
Silk Shirtwaists $5.50
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Then come and see a sample of the famous
BIMELL BUGGIES.
Pineo t Daniel's A grade wheels (Are you familarwith
this make of wheel?). Best selected gear stock. No.
1 Black-hickory thills, (extra long fine leathered)
Richard's long distance axle. Open head, rubber
cushioned springs. Anti-rattler fifth wheel. Rubber
padded steps. Safety anti-rattler, quick shift thill
couplings. Hand made body and seat. No. 1 hand
buffed, leather quarter top. 18 oz. wool dyed cloth
cushion and back. These buggies have not the slight
est appearance of cheapness, in fact they look as
they are, made by mechanies instead of boys.
Oh yes! most forgot to menton my
Line of Implements.
The best of all grain drills THE EMPIRE, 9 and 11
hoe Drills corn, beans and peas, as well a wheat
and oats We guarantee this to be the lightest run
ning and most accurate drill on the market. We put
them on trial to prove their merits.
Please remember I have in stock Farm Wagons,
broad and narrowjtire; Wind Mills, Pumps (for every
use), Disks, 1 and 2-horse Corn Planters, land2-horse
Cultivators. It will pay you to see them before you
buy.
W. G. WEAVER, The Blacksmith.
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Kennedys Kergan
247 SUPERIOR STREET,
CLEVELAND, O.
E. L. BENEDICT
Bnoosssor to 0- B. SuTurr.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Coke and Wood
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Ladies' neckwear in silk, chiffon and
mull, latest style and shade 25c to $1.75
Novelties in Belt Buckle and Buckle
the neck.
Children' Stockings, silk and lisle
thread, the best in town 25c
Ladies' fancy Storking. Supporters
and Garters.
Lace for trimming Organdie and Com
mencement dresses.
big line of Childrens Clothing ill be
next week.
mrs. n.n. JOYCE.
WEST (IAIN STKEET.
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FARMERS!
1 handle the celebrat
ed Osborn Mowers,
Binders, Hayrakes, Hay
Tedders, and Harrows of
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of all kinds: Disk Har
rows, Spring Tooth and
Peg Tooth.
These goods are in
ferior to none.
Depository In the Turley build
ing on Railroad street.
L. W. Secrist. i
SHERIFF'S SALE.
J. W. Smith vs. James Strict, tt tl
la Lorain county, 0, Court of Common Pltu
Cm No. MS.
Sheriff's isle on order of sal.
In pursuance of an order of tale Issued from
the Court of Common Pleae, within and tor
the county n Lorain and state of Ohio, made
at the February term thereof, A. D. 189, and
to me directed, I hare levied upon and will
offer for sale at publle auotlon at the north
door of the court boune, lo Elyria, on Baiur
day. Hay 27, A. D. 18M, between the hour, of
II) and 11 o'clock, a m , of said day, the lollow-
id. aeeonoeo real eitate, town:
Situated In the Tillage of Wellington, ooua
ty of Lorain and state of Ohio and known as
being lot number live (6) and thirty three ()
leet off from the weit side of lot number four
141 In block number Or. (6) eitendlua hack
the lull length of said lot number four (4) la
l- L. Wadaworth's dlvliloa of the Incorpo
rated Tillage of Wellington.
Bald premises have been appraised at twen
ty dve handred (taouiio) dollar! ande.nnot
ell for leas thai two-thirds of said appralee
ment. Terme of Sale, eah en day of sale.
W. H. Warden, rilierllT of Ijruio county, 0.
J. T. Uaskell, Attorney tor Palmer hu.Juiau.
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