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WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21, 1886.
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Office in Bank Building, Up Stairs.
References by Permission Hon. 8. 8
Warner, Hon. R. A. Horr, First National
W. F. HERRICK,
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law,
WEtiljliTOTOiT, - O
Benedict's Block, 2nd Floor.
ATTOOEY-AMAW and K0TAR7 PUBLIC.
Loans and Collections mudu a specialty
Cnice In bunk building.
J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
Dealer in Clocks, Watches, JeweUy, Sil
verware. Gold Pens, etc. No. 5, Public
Square, Wellington, Ohio.
S. V. CARPENTER,
3 Practical Watchmaker,
JEWELER and ENGRAVER.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Liberty Street, Corner Union Block,
KM. (ioOMWIM, Insurance Ag-ent anil
Notary Puhllo. luaurance, deeds, mort
eaves, wills, leasee, contract, itfn., written In
a uuat and loiral manner. UUlceerer Dmiii'l
boot and shoe .tore.
nj. IIOI.HKOOK, DfntliO. OlDr, ovor
Hustnls .tore, in Hank liullrilnir,
Wellington, Ohio. Nitrous oxide ras aumlu-
tend tor the extreation of tuetli.
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Wf.mtTI'i LLH, Photographer. Plot-
urea In every aiylu and fully ntiresst
all the Into tniprovetiiniiiH Id the art. Knirwre.
menu (or sitting's ahould, whenever practica
ble, be mnde Id advance. Gallery over bowl--by
k Ball's store i telephone No. !.
L.A. SritAliL E,
Good rooms. Fine light. Tbo best of
work. Prices the lowest. Uive us a can.
Croeler's Woek, North Main Street.
D. L. WAUSWORTH k CO.,
Manufacturer of and dealer In
Doors, SaslL and 331i.A.
Cheese and Butter Boxes, nil kinds ol
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Battens, Mould
lugs and Flooring, biding iniitle and Sur
face Plnnlngdone to order on short no
tice. WELLINGTON, O.
C. E. SUTLIFF,
W1d1c:i1b i:i Retail Seller is Ceil of
Tho Best Quality.
Anfhraclto, Mussillon, Jackson, Bloss
burg and Cannol, at Bottom Prices. Yard
on C. C. 0. As 1. Hy. Olllce on West Main
Street, Wellington O. Telephone 2. 21
To tho Public !
FRANKS & HOWK. :
ntliraclte, Cannel, Jaekeon and
Maaaillon Coal, Lime, Cement.
Platter and Plaaterlni Hair at Loweat Prleee. Ofllc
Uort 4 Woollej'i Furniture Ilalldlnf. E. Mala St.
EUGENE ROBINSON' is tho
- only live dealer in Cigars in town.
Read the names of the new brands
vrvl from the East: Good
Catch, Orass Widow, Commander,
May Bird and Uapitola, ail to be
aold for five cents each; Acme and
La Tnttie for ten cents.
VERMILYA & HEIFNER,
Nickel Plate and Oyster Bay
East Bide Nortli Main Street. Lunches
I ........ I.,...,,! l.tnlut.ail .1 ihf) flV.lltr
BIIU wuilll Uli'Mi igiiimmn -
Hay and warm meals at the Nickel Plate.
LEW FOWLER'S Livery Stablel
Meohanlo Street, - Wellington, 0,
CAPITAL $100,000.00, SUEPLUS $3,000.00. .
Does a General Banking Business, Receives Deposits, Buys and sells New York
Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts
S. S. WARNER, President.
S. 8. WARNER.
8. K. LAUNDON.
Meets on the M
and 4th Wednes
day evening of
Post room In
). W. BEARRUP,
NORWALK, . . OHIO,
Mr, ni lm Fitter,
AUD DKALEB IW
Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Water Closet",
Barbie Slabs, and all kinds or Bragg
Work for Water .tiaa and Steam.
Bennett Eros. & Co.,
FOUNDERS k MACHINISTS,
The Excelsler Wood Sawing- Machine,
The Quaker Brick Machine and
. General Machine Work,
TKTeUixLgrtoxi, - OMs.
1 will sell and make custom suits to or
der, from samples always fresh from whole,
sale houses. Those wishini? to And their
own goods can have me make them up in
the latest style, my work to compare with
rov competitors. For prices come and see
u. No trust, terms cash. nolo
I II i Ui n .1 ll I 1 1
CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND SLEIGHS
0F BVEIIY DKSCHIPTIOK.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Sign Writing and Paper Hanging
We are prepared to do niikindsoi noiit-e
laintlng, sign writing and piier hanging,
n town or country, on the shortest notice.
Chnlrs repainted. Olllce on North It. It.
street. tf Tliirp fc Powkiis.
CITV HACK. Convi-ya imaacnuera to and
Irotn thu (li'i)ota or iinn'iiitl town. Order imi
bv kfl at the Uotvl. II. .M. Until,-, l'rtip'r.
Anlve dally, 9:00 a. m. Depart, 1:30 p. m.
nUNTINOTON, SULLIVAN and POLK.
Arrive dally, 11 :80 a. m. Depart, 1 :W p. m.
Depart Tneadaya, Thnndays and Satnrdays at
10 uo a. m.
Arrive, 1 :00 p. m.
KOHIHiN, the Harbor, knena
J one of the n.aimt, moat oonvenient Har
bor Shops In town. Only nrnt-oin, workinon
employed. A fuU aanorl ineiit of hair ollt, po
nadee and hair reatorativua. Klne buth-rooini
tioonneotlon and f urnlhl at all hours with
utaad cold waUir and all moonary oonvenl
noes. Uooma, ttoutb aide Llborty struct.
, LEMON, VANILLA, ETC.
ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BE THE
Pl'RE8T,FINE8T FLAVOR, AND CHEAPEST
EXTRACTS IN THE MARKET. .
MARtTVAOTUaSD OXLT BT
E. A. PALMER & BRO.,
W. E. WHITNEY,
THU NEW CrXaOCEH,
No. 8, North Main Street.
A r Hnn1nf fl rrtn Art AM ftri fl PpAvtalana
L II V0U OUIU'IJ VI va "V i evuv m. a . lanvuij I
constantly on hand at Bottom Prices.
Increased patronage solicited. - I
Issued on all European countries.
R. A. IIORR, Cashier.
Jr., Ass't Cashier.
R. A. IIORR.
EES HU C. C. . I. El,
Januiiry 1st ritandiud Time.
No. HCln. Inilpln. 4 Col Kx 8:33 a.m.
No. 5 Hpcclal N.Y. Cln. 4 8t. L. Ex
IBtop. on nlmtal.1 12:18 p. m.
No. 27 Clevc'd 4 Col'a Aixom :00 p. m.
No. flWght Kx B:2Kp. m.
No. 81 Local FreigHt 9:CJ s. m.
No. 8-Nlcht Ex B:ftta. m.
No. 20 Gallon 4 Clcvo'd Ac 7:) a. m.
No. W-Hpoclal St. Louia 4 N Y. Ex. 1 : p. m.
No. Ciuciniiatl Ind 4 Clevo'd Kx. 8:i!H p. m.
No. 84-I.ocal Ffricht 2:04 p.m.
No 5. 9, 8 andW ntn dally.
Kurt her lnf(.rmtiou in regard lo thla line will
be found on paffuti.
WHEELING 1 LAES ERIE EAILEOAD
Cleveland & Marietta R. R.
From and after Jan. 17, 1880. until fut
tlier notice, trains on this road will pass
Wellington as tollows:
No. 1 J. Mam.
No. 5 11 (Bam.
No. 7 J.Mip.m.
No. 11 9.00 p.m.
No. 17 Local O.lfia.m.
No. 4 10.10 a.m.
No. a i.p.m.
No. 8 ll.SKp.m.
No. Is Local 2.20 p.m.
No. 11 runa dally; othera dally except Sunday.
Further Information In ri'Kard to .this line will
be found on page i.
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Arlaona V,... '
Nnvada March DOtti, 1 :) p. m.
Wiacon.in, April nth, n:W p. m.
Aluka April Mih. Noon.
Cahln ratnn. accorillnif to location, fin, $70, $M0;
round trip $11", SIJ, flM. bleerat'o i it. For
poaMiKu and ntiy furtli'T information, ninlv to
II. O. Ai;t., Wcllinijton, O.
ISM AN LINE.
of Berlin April 17th. 4:S0 p. m.
( 'hi-aii-r Anril stltli. Ilia. m.
" ( likauo It 1ft. S:l p. m.
" Ulchiiiuud May Hth, 9 a. m.
nut.. ..r ...m.,... r...... v..u, V...I. .kin .iui .,..1
fl, round trip ll'i. $lll: lutrrnieillnte j'L'j, round
"III bnj, .ivi;rui(v nMIUU IIII'
11. O. 1110(18, At.
Scrvia March 27lh, II a. m.
Gallia April:tnl,Sp. m.
Lmliria April lutli, V p. m.
Cabin yarra f ?i-i, $111), t.'iTi.' t Ji, Inter
mediate t-Vi. For fnrihi'rTuforiiintlou apply to
II. O. llli.O.S, At., WuliiiiKioii, O.
should bo your crowning glory. Ayera
Hair Visor will restore the vitality and
color of youth to hair that has becomo
thin and fudtd ; and, where the glands are
not decayed or absorbed, will causo a new
growth on bnld heads.
TJT fl V tllu y0""1'"' co'"r and vigor
i'i-il Z of t lie hair be preserved to old
sir? Head the fyllowlug, from Mrs. G.
Norton, Pnnii i vllle, Mass. : " I have uicd
Ayer's Hair Vigor for tho past 80 years;
and, although I am upwards of CO, my
bulr Is as nliiimlaut ami fclo.ii-y to-tlny n
when I was
asRiiroil, Dial a trlul of Ayer's Ilnir
AjJu Vigor will couvlnco you of Its
powers. Sirs. M. E. CofJ, LouiH llle, Col.,
writes: "Two years ago, my bulr having
almost entirely fallen out, I commenced
the une of Ayer's Ilnlr Vigor. To-day my
hair Is 29 Indies long, Cue, strong, ana
RENEWED If Ctri
Ayer's Italr Vigor, tho hair regains Its
youthful color and vitality, ltov. II. P.
Williamson, Davidson College, Mecklen
burg Co., N. C., writes ! ' I have used
Ayer's Hair Vigor for tho lust ten years.
It Is an excellent preservative."
TVTT the use of Ayer's Ilalr Vigor, Geo.
JJ X A. Dsilman, Waterloo, Mo., bad
his hair restored to Its original healthy
condition. He was nearly bald, and very
gray. He writes : Only four bottles of
the Vigor wore required to restore my
hair to Its youthful color and quantity."
TTQTVn Ayer's HalrVlgorcurt1! dls
U 011117 eases of tho scalp. F. II.
Foster, Princeton, Ind., writes i "I had
been troubled for years with a disease of
the scalp; my bead was covered with dan
druff, and the hair dry and harsh. Ayer's
Ilalr Vigor gave me Immediate relief,
cleansed the scalp, and rendered the bau
son and pliable." . -
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
. , PREPARED BT
Pr. 7, 0. Ayw & Co., Lowell, Has., V. I. A
Fori by aUDruggUU
froi Oar Efficient Corps of Correnondents.
April 10th, 1880.
The road machine has been in use late-
Charlie Johnston is able to take his foot
and walk out.
The genial face of J. Plumb is with us.
, The ladies of the Methodist church have
organized a society. Please pay your 10
cents find join, is the motto.
Tli Whipple Bros., for some time past
ot Crvllle, Ohio, will unite with their ttrth
tr ta business here.
. Home thieves ought to bo sweet, as one
bro Into the depot and stole seven gal
lon;; of mania syrup belonging to Mr.
Mo her, and another took syrup from tho
but,; ofMr. faetly. Qui.ical.
April 20th, 1880.
Farmers busy plowing.
News scarce this week.
Raster concert at Baptist church Sun
The I. O.ofG.T. will give an enter
talnmcntat Dr. Willey's ball Saturday
H. A. Daugherty started for Kansas
Wednesday, where he will go imp busi
ness. His family will move there in the
fall, but will visit In the meantime.
Z. Oakley, of Brunswick, Is visiting
frieads In town.
Mr. Sweet is preparing to build this
The roads have been much improved by
: April 19th, 1880.
A little dryer has been added to the
The Good Templars are increasing.
Frank Ingraham has gone to Ada to at
tend, the Normal school.
Jo'ua Ingraham is recovering.
Sjwt'er wants a new railroad, but does
not want to pay for it. '
"Spencer la a backward town;" so says
v nngbt to raise the .money fad
rccure U. bow railroad. '
'Tbo railroad will come, If we don't;
but Judge Lynch says "It won't." (Po
Win, Ounghcrty, of Lodi, was in town
last week visiting relatives.
Rev. Huntsberger's theme last Sunday
evening was "Tobacco."
31. S. Reed, of West Salem, a former
resident, was in our city last Friday.
F. B. Hupp Is representing tho Arm ot
A II. Kennedy, Ilockport, Ind, We wish
New shutters and paint adorn A. Van
Valkenberg's business block.
Tulrty.four tickets from this station to
Wellington were sold last Wednesday.
The Murray block is taking a coat of
paint Let the good work go on.
Doth the milk wagon rumble ? It doth 1
Supervisor Aldrlch Is scraping the
Hunt up your gurden seeds.
Law suit Saturday. Daugherty, J. P.;
Davis Dimock, plaintiir; J. M. Fritz, de
fendant. PostHined to the 27tli.
Mm. W. D. Murray, of Orrville, is visit
Ing her daughter, Mrs. F. II. Hunlsberg
er. Some good poetry ou gentle spring
wanted for the Spencet correspondence.
April 20th, 1880.
Everyone rejoices over the proscct of
an early spring.
All the shops and factories are running
on full time.
Tne street commissioner and his men
are busy scraping and leveling the streets.
The excavation for Wursts' new block
on Broad struct, Is nearly finished. The
block will be three stories high, and built
Mr. C. E. Beckwith is executing some
One pastel portraits at present. He has
Just finished one for Mr. Joe Kupfer that
does credit to bis skill ss an artist.
Our little Item last week on paving the
streets has caused considerable comment,
and the dissatisfied ones have burzed
around our ears for want of something
else to do. Those who favor the scheme,
are Jar In the majority, and as might
makes rlgJttfVe shall probably have pav
ed streets this year. c. c. L.
April 10th, 1880.
We feel under obligations to make hon
orable mention of our efficient supervisor
lor the able work done on the roads north
ol the center. We hope hts energy will
continue unabated and that the people
will give him their support In the future.
After beiug compelled to plough through
the mud ior so long, the smooth condition
ot the roads Is a great relief.
The school commenced on the 18th of
this month, taught by T. 8. Hornberger.
The school meeting, Monday evening,
April 12, resulted In the election of Ash.
ley Parmely and Bernard Holbrook as di
rectors in the place ot Estin Oorham and
Miss Allle Fullington, who has been
working in Pittsfleld for a few weeks, has
returned to Sullivan for a short time.
Elder J. Cyrenlus expects to start ior
the West Tuesday or Wednosday.
The funeral sermon of the Infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Beard, was preached Sun
day at the Disciple church, by Rev. J. B.
Smith, the pastor here. The text wag
from Phllippiang 1, 21, "For me to live Is
Christ, but to die is gain." The stirring
and ablo discourse was delivered before a
large audience from all tbe churches. The
child died in Pittsfleld about five weeks
ugo, but on account of tho bud roads It
was kept in the vault und ant buried un
Mail goes twice a (lay now.
Look out tor the K. R.
April 10th, 1880,
Roads are improving.
Farmers are preparing to put in oats.
Our election passed olf quietly; the (el
lowing officers elected: Trustees, C
Robinson, Chits. Builiss, II. Weeks;
Constables, Wm. Brumby, Wm. Little;
Clerk, Albert Ely; Assessor, A. S.Perkins;
Treasurer, A. L. Breckenridgo.
Mrs.Nora Plumb la spending a few days
In Wellington and La Orange.
Mrs. David Morgan is spending a few
days in Oberlin.
Rev J. R. Hall will deliver a Easter ser
mon on next Sunday at the Baptist church.
School begins In Samtown district May
4ih, with a Mr. Dreby, of Wakcman as
Mrs M.N. Hall starts to-day to vial
friends in Akron, Ohio.
Mr Chauncy Uazelton, ol Pittsfleld, baa
rented tbe A LaDow farm.
Tbe whooping cough is raging in the
north part of town.
Chas, Snuffer is reshincling his house.
A Mr, Owen, gives an entertainment of
glass blowing, etc, at the town ball five
nights this week.
April 19th, 1880.
We have had some pretty warm weath
er during the past week. The thermome
ter stood 73 degrees In the shade in the
middle ol the day. Tho roads have dried
up in a remarkably short time, and Lave
been scraped In nearly all the districts, so
they are now in pretty good condition.
People have been obliged to stay at home
so long that, now tho roads are good, they
are full of teams.
People are commencing to plow for
At the school meeting last Monday
evening, Charles Origgs was elected di
rector. There was a large meeting, al
most every voter being out.
School commences in several districts
in town this week. Mrs. Maggie Hazel
teaches in the Walker district, Mr. Fay
Chupman in the north school and Mr.
Chas. Burrell at the Center. These com
mence this week.
Mr. Lint Chapman spent Sunday with
his father, Mr. Nutlian Chapman.
Miss Nellie Smith commences school In
the 1 1 oil and district on Tuesday of this
Mr. F. I). Word spent Inst week in
town, it beiug vacation in his school.
Mr. Milo Hmilh's family invited fricuds
of Miss N. D. ICeyesJto meet at their home
and eat warm sugar with them lost Wed
nesday evening. The evening passed off
very pleasantly, though, owing to the con
dition of the roads, some pleasant faces
Mr. Billy Gay has rented his house to
to Mrs. Elsie Phelps, and moved over on
to the Miller farm.
We are glad to have our mail again
every day, and it seems good to see the
hack once more.
Mite Society meets on Tuesday evening
at Mrs. Milo June's.
Mrs. Palmer Sleadman has been sick
some timo with stomach trouble.
The boys keep the logs pretty well
sawed up hi iho saw mill. When there
are enough lor a day's tawing, they al
ways do it. .
Mrs. Captniu Tracy, In company with
bersuu Frank's hu'h n tinned from Cali
fornia on lust Tuesl y. She t with her
children In K.icl !.
. They ha no pa,tr t pre e it in the
Baptist church, a.
April 17ih, 188C.
A State meeting of AdventUts at the Ad
vent church In this place to continue ten
days. Many strangers are In town.
' Mr. E. F. Wilcox moved to Cleveland
last Monday to engage in business. While
we regret to loso Ed. and his lamily, we
wish them success In their new undertak
ing. , . .. . .
Mr. Williams, of Carlisle, has moved In.
to town and has set up a shoe maker's
shop. While some are leaving, we are
are glad to see othera coming.
One of the most bitterly contested
school-meetings ever known in town was
held at the school bouse, Monday even,
lng, April 12. At the corporation elector
Supt. Ryan bad the audacity to vote for
the Democratic candidate for marshal.
Three or four Republicans declared the
would have revenge, and selected Mr. R.
for a victim; but he did not victimize
worth a cent. Everything that could be
brought to bear was done; all possible
combinations were made. However, Mr.
Wilcox wis re-elected director by a good
majority. Tbe directors wish to give the
children of our schools as good advanta
ges as are enjoyed by tho children of larg
er towns, so fur as they can. Some thiiiK
and say that wc do not need the highc
branches. Two years will bo added t"
the present liiu'li school course; and upoi.
this, our directors are willing to present
the Issue to the people.
John B. Hastings, who returned home
from the South only a few days sgo, died
Friday night about twelve o'clock. Mr.
Hastings has been suffering from con
sumotion nearly two years. Last fall, ac.
companied by his wife, be went to Cieve
land, Tenn., to seek health and strength
in a warmer clime. But, indeed, too late :
Tbe disease bad too firm a hold, and con
tinued its flattering course until all hope
were gene. Mr. II. returned home to die
among his many friends. He had beer
closely indentilled with the interests
La Grange tor many years, having served
as mayor for several years. His loss wil'
be severely felt In the community at large
To bis bereaved wife and Borrowing chil
dren we extend our deepest sympathy in
thla hour of trial and tribulation. Hi
age was about fifty-seven. Funeral serv
ices at Methodist church.Monday, i p. m..
were attended by a large concourse c;
April 19th, 1880.
The fine spring weather makes every
body look bappy, and life begins to show
its claims upon returning spring in bud
ding trees, green grass and hamming bees.
Mr. W. F. Langdon received the sad
news that his sister, Mrs. Webber, of Van -Wert,
Ohio, wag dead. Tbe good neigh
bors have the sympathy of thcik many
A few of our intelligent townsmen last
week conceived the Idea that the election
Was fttegsf aud would barwfcrbiavlJMJJ .
but these "barn-yard smarts" forgot "or
never knew" that the ten days bad elaps-,
ed in which to protest its legality. Esq.
Krebs has bis commission with J. B. For
aker's signature and the seal of the State,
so I think we might as well take the dose.
We had some talk last full In town
about a certain school ma'am belnf
rongly used, and it was pictured by
some person, "who seems exceedingly
tond of scenery" that the directors had
lied, or did not know as much about their
own business as he did; but to others the
scenery looked different than it did to him.
At last the scenery must be turned and we
see on the last fold ol the fourth roll that
tbe man who did the hiring of the teach
er, according to this painting, had not
been a director tor some, sime, so we again
see the expression of blasted hopes.
W. J. Krebs, Esq. left Monday for Mich
igsn, on a business trip. He will be gone
about leu days.
On Saturday last the post-master receiv
ed a card that has a word of inquiry on it;
and that the sender may have his Just de
serts, we ask to print a copy:
Philadelphia, Pa., April 1 1th, 1880.
Dkab Sir I have written Rev. T. C.
Walker, of your place, several times to
send me four rolls of my paintings, that
he has bad a long while, to Rev. C. ('.
Wilbur, D. D., U Church St., Cortland, N.
Y., but as Dr. Willxir writes they have
not come and as Rev. Mr. Walker bat
made no reply to my different requests to
send, I fear he has left your place or is
sick. Will you please hand this postal to
some of his members it he is away? It
has occasioned great disappointment to
ur. wiloer and a loss and worry to me.
I trust someone will be able to attend to
forwarding by express at once and let me
know. Yours, E. M. Long, -
Pulpit Printing House, tor. 12th & Berks.
North American angels always flutter
when they are bit, or lose self-control, call
men and girls liars, and deny newspaper
clipping and blasted hopes.
The Baptist Society will . give a social
entertainment on Tuesday evening ol next
week at Mrs. Sarah Damon's. All are
We regret to Hy that Elder J. L. Phil
Ips has accepted a unanimous call from
the First Baptist Church, of Defiance, O.
During his tasloralo here ha has been the
means of doing much good. The mem
bership of the church hag doubled and Is
So united under tbe preaching ol a true
man of God that, although he leaves, the
church will stand as a monument to his
memory. And it is not more than due
him to say that the church, by its unani
mous vote to continue his pastoral rela
tions, exprer ses only slightly tbe desires of
the whole community. As the church,
and people of Penflcld regret their torn,
Defiance may rest assured that Its church
and people will be benefited by listening
to the troth as it is taught In the word of