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A. Family Newspaper, Devoted to Homo Interests, Politics; Agriculture, Science, A.rt, loetry, Etc.
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. MAY 5.. 1880.
ODlce in Bank Building, Up Stairs.
HuFKHKNCKH BY PkHMWION Hon. 8. 8
Warner, lion: II. A. Ilorr, First National
ATTORUEY-AT-lAW aid NOUET PUBLIC.
Loans and Collections made a specialty
Office in bank building. . .....
J. B. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
Di aler in Clucks, Watches, .Tewelsv, Pit
venvure, Gold Pens, etc. No. 8, Public
Square, Wellington, Olilo.
S. V. CARPENTER,
JEWELER and ENGRAVER.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Liberty Street, Corner Union Block, .
i- m mkinwin. Insuninoe Aaeot and
It. Notary Public Insurance, deeds, mort.
atgvt, wllla, leases, contracts, oto., written in
noat and legal mannor. Olflce over Senge's
boot and eboe store.
TI J. HOI.HHOOK, Dentist. Offlof over
J 1 Huateila atore. In Han Building,
Wellington, Ohio. Nitrous oxide U admin-
tend for the extraction of teetk.
Wr.ntWTfLLK, Photographer. Plot"
uret In every stylo and full abraut
all tha liu Im nrurem.au In the art. Bniraa-e-
nanta for alttlnira should, whenever DreoUoe-
kle, be made In adv.no. Gallery over Uot-
y Hail's atom teiepoone no. ei.
L. A. SPBAGUE,
Good rooms. Fine light. The best of
work. Prices the lowest. Give us a call.
Croeler's Mock, North Main Street.
D. L. WADSWORTH CO.,
Manufacturer! of and dealer. In
Door. Ssueta. ava.d. BUads
fw and Butter Boxes, all kinds ot
T.umiiAP T.ath. Shine-lea. Battens. Mould-
itw and Flooring. Siding made and Sur
fU. l'lunlnuddtiH to order OB short no.
iice. WELLINGTON, 0.
C. E. 8UTLIFF, .
Wni m Re u Seller m Coil c
The Best Quality.
Anthracite. Masslilon. Jackson. Bloas
burg and Cannel, at Bi'ttom Prices. Yard
on C. C. C. & I. Ry. Office on West Main
Street, Wellington 0. Telephone 82. si
To the Public !
FRANKS k HOWK.
Anthracite. Cannel. Jackson and
Mavealllon Coal, Lime, Cement,
Pinter and Plaatertnf Hair t Lowc.t Price.. Otllce
Ilort Wooller's ruralture Building, K. Mils St.
EUGENE sOBlNSON is the
onlv livederde' ir Ciaare in town
Head the name of the new brands
just received from the East: Good
Catch, Grass Widow, Commander,
May Bird and Capilola, all to be
sold for five cents each; Acme and
La Pattie for ten cents. ' '
VERMILYA & HEIFNER,
.. ? - PROPRIETORS or , '
Nickel Pla e and Oys cr Bay
Res auran s,
East Bide North Main Street. Lunches
and warm bread furnished at the Oyster
Bay and warm meals at the Nickel Plate
LEW FOWLER'S Livery Stable!
Meobanle Street, - Wellington, O,
p Sign Writing and Paper Hanging
ir( Wa art orenared to do all kinds of house
painting, sign writing ana pnper uanging,
In town or countrv. on the shortest notice,
Chairs repainted. v Office on North R. R.
street. . tf , . Tripp & Powers.
J. H. DICKSON, .
WEST BIDE rUBLIC SQUARE,
WELLINGTON, - OHIO.
,W; F. HERBIOK,
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law,
wEXjUiiiTa-Toxr, - c
Benedict's Block, 2nd Floor.
Mi ptp on the M
itnd Itli VVc,lno.
iln I'voiilnir nf
cui'li month. '
poHt. rootn. In
I jiiuiimn'n Jll'k.
t, W. PrArHU",
3 l1"'!.! I r,
IfOBWALK, - OHIO,
hmficr, m d m Filtsr,
AND DEALF.U IN
GasFlxtnrPs, Bath Tabs, Water rioHcts,
Marble Slabs and all kinds or Brass
Work for Water.Gasand Steam.
Bennett Bros. & Co.,
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
. MAHt'KACTUIlERS OF
The Excelsior Wood Sawing Machine,
The Quaker Brick Machine and
General Machine Work,
TeUlaxgrtoxx, - Olilo
CARRIAGES, WAGOSS AND SLEIGHS
or kvehy dsscription.
EEPAIEINQ A SPECIALTY.
rMTY HACK. Confer, pwmnifnra to tnd
KJ from the depot, or .round town.
be left at the Hotel. H.
M. B.ttle, Prop'r.
Arrive dally, 1 :00 a. aa. Depart, 1 :0 p. a.
HTJNT1NOTON, 8CLI.IVA5 and POLK.
Arrive dally, 11 :S0 a. m. Depart, 1 : p. a.
.part Taeadarf, ThDradajri and 8atardayi at
10:00 a. m.
Arrive, 1: 00 p. m.
IVUCKMB HOKIKMttN, the Barber, knep
Vj one of the nuatct, mon oonVunlunt Bar
ber Rhone In town. Onlr flmt-olH.4 workmun
employed. A fuU aiwortm"iitof hair oil, po-
raaaee ana nair ro.urMuva. rina uAiu-ruum.
noonneotlnn ann rurninon at en noun wim
lot and cold wuujr ami all iieuuKn.iry convoiu
ences. Kooina, oouili iiju i-iim ii .irrvt.
LEMON, VANILLA, ETC.
ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BE THE
PUREST, FINEST FLAVOR, AND CHEAPEST
EXTRACTS IN TUB MARKET.
aaxuracTuuiu only av
- E. A. FALMEE St BEO.,
' . " CLEVELAND, OlltO.
,W. E." WHITNEY,
TXXI3 ..iT33W GEOCEB,
No. 8, North Main Street.
A fresh supply ol Groceries and Provisions
cooaianl.lv on nana at ikhtox ruicEs
Increased patronaee solicited.
aUAlAOTEED, J.D.K.tcham U Co. Cleveland,
(Him, otirr tint nnrunure rann
kht uitiiAXTxan, maileand neea
tUtMlhTthfl A UERIRAN IrTKHIV
KUKT Co., of EinmeUbara, Iowa.
Alo6porwnt Debenture Band.,
of mitnr, enmtMiny.runnint lOyoan
Moured by Mortaire lonnadeiK.
i . l : . L l . 'I1
m VtSlaifiW IS.of N. Y. Write for eiroulan.
The llght-runninK "Union."
Sear TTe! Zlear "Zol
I am now manufacturing ICE
CREAM in every style and am
prepared to supply Festivals, Par
ties and Families by the gallon oi
Jnart Served by the dish in our
CE CREAM PARLORS every
day and evening.
" COME ONE AND ALL.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
wx3L.ijiacra,03iT, ohio, . : '' .
CAPITAL $100,000.00.. : c ' SURPLUS $3,000.00.
Does a General Bunking Business, Receives Deposits, Buys and sells New York
Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts
S. S. WARNEE, President.
S. 8. WARNER.
8. K. LAUNDON.
January 1st Standard Time.
S-fln. Indiil.. & ColVEr
5Si,wlnl N.y. dir. ft Ht. L. Ex
8:33 a. m.
IStiiiH lit) h1lfiihI,1.
A:i) p. m,
ft:0U a. m,
?o. S.'7 Cll'Vi; (1 ,V Col's Acuuui.
No. li-NL'ht Ex
No. B Ni-ht Er 8:(Wa.m.
Nil '.'ii-tiiiliuii 4 I'U'Vu'd Ac 7:l a. m.
No.SH-HpiTliil St. l.oui X. Y. Ex. p.m.
No. !i ('liirliinntMiid&Clevo'dEx. 8:j(. m.
No.W-LixU Ircitflit S:U6p.ui.
Nun j. II, K anil 14 run (lullv.
KiiriluT lurnrmntiuu in rcgurd to till, line will
be fuund ou pBi' 2. . .
VHEEL1M . LAES ERIE RAILEOAD
Cleveland St Marietta E. E.
From and alter Jan. 17, 1886. until fur
ther uotice, trains on this road will pass
Wellington as follows:
' OOINO EAST.
No. 1 t.Ka.m.
No. 5 U. 00a.m.
No. 7 J.5p.m.
No. 11 9.00 p.m.
No. 17 Local .2S.m.
No. 4 10.10a.m.
No. 6.... 2.4ft p.m.
Mo. s li. w p.m.
No. lb Local S. IB p.m.
No. 11 run. dally; other, daily except Sunday.
Further information In rcsird to .thl. line will
be found on page &.
Nevada May 4th, b:00 p. m.
WlKou.ln May 11th. II :00 a. m.
Aia.aa ai.j inin.D p.m.
Wyonilnx May eth, 10:00a. m.
Cabin rate., according to location, fio, 7U, tm;
round trip $110, $1, f 144. Steerage $JO. Yor
paace and any further Information, apply to
11. 0. BIUUs, Agt., W.lliDgtoD, 0.
Cltv of Berlin April 17th, 4 :M p. m.
" VhmM Auril IMth, 10 a. m.
" ChlciiKO Mar l.t, S:D0 p. m.
" Itichmond May Stb, 9 a. ta.
T.-, V- ..kl mmA
P, round trip $110, $144; Intermediate $U, round
trip $As; ateerage $JU, round trip $to.
Benrla Mar lot, 1 p. Bl.
I'mlirl. Mar Htb, 8 a.m.
Auranla May lMh,S p. m.
Gailia May gad, 11 a. m.
Cabin nn.iaee $A0, $H0. $100, eteeraie $4 Inter
mediate $:tt. For further Information apply to
u. u. iiiwuo, Agt., Wellington, u.
I am Drctmred to repair and adltirt all
kinds of sewini; machines on shortest no
tire; also supplies of all kinds on band.
Office with J. W. Wilbur, who Is ngent for
the New Hume and Union sewing ma
chines. , North side public square.
U. C. Baird.
Ihoee who tielievo that naturo wtl wont of a
cough or cold .hnnld understand that tliU la done
attheexnenw nf the confutation. Each time
thl. wenki'ii. the ayatem, aud we all know thai the
termination ol iiiik nangerou. prucuce l a con
.iimtlvo'a artvu. Dont take the chance., when a
flftT-cont boll la of Dr. Illulow'a Po.lllve Cure will
.iifiilv and nromiitlv curu anv recent couull. cold
or thriMt or Iuiir tnMible. Buy the dollar bottle of
DruggUt. for chronic ca.ee or family Me. 441-t
PotatoesI PotatoesI ;
ALL KINDS AND CHEAP!
Wm. II. II. Sutliff will sell pota
toes of different varieties for seed
or table use, at the cellar under
J. S. Mallory & Co.'s store,' as
cheap as can be afforded. Please
give me a call and be convinced of
the above facta. , , .
. Vegetable : Plants.
I am prepared to furnish strong, well
rooted plants of all the
ot Cabbage, Cauliflower, Lettuce, Tomato,
Egg Plant, Pepper, Celery, Sweet Potato,
and Strawberries in season ,
FOR EARL7 PLANTING.
' SCALE OF PBICES. Cabbage
10 rents for 15, 00 cents or 100, $3.00
for 1,000. ,
Cauliflower.. . ,
80 cenU for 15, 2.00 lor 100. Prices
on other varieties given In their season.
Dealers will be supplied at a discount from
Plants will to Delivered
in Wellington free of charge, ot may be
naa at me not-oea, 2f miles east ana
mile south of Wellington. 1 '
C. R. BRADLEY,
15w8 MAEKET GAEDENEE
; . 1886.
Issued on all European countries. ,
E. A. HOEE, Casnier.
Jr., Aaa't Cashier. .
. A. UVIllh
, We place tke quotations of spring
cheese In this 'time, there being hut one
grade of cieese at this season of the year,
Wo only give one quotation. Dealers re
port that the demand is lur iu advance of
the supply, General produce shows
downward tendency. Grain, flour and
teed is advancing" a little, Very little
wheat coining Into market.
SniPMKKTs for Week Ending May 4.
Cheese, 574 pkgs., weighing 20,78."lhs
Butter, 195 " lO.GUS".
Spring Cheese, - - ... 0
COBHSCTID BT BALDWIM. LAUHPOI & CO.
Butter, dairy, per tt.... 0. 00 0.12
Butter, creamery, per lb 0.22 0.25
Eggs, per doz 0.9
Boef, per cwt 6.00 7.00
Ham, smoked, per 0.10 0.11
PoUtoes, per hush 0.50 O.GO
Apples, green, per bush . 0.40 0.50
Apples, dried, per lb.... 0.02 ....
Tallow, per lb 0.04
Hides, per lb 0.00
Wool per lb 0.15 0.80
Buckwheat flour per cwt .... 8.00
Maple Sugar 0.05 0.08
Manic Svrun (nackanes
to weigh 11 lbs standard. .0.75 ....
Grain! Flour and Feed.
COBBICTSD BT WlLLINOTOB MlLLIRO CO
Flour, per sack (49 8,8).. 1. 80 1.55
Graham flour, per cwt.. 8.00 ....
Corn meal, per cwt.... 1.00 2.00
Chop, per cwt 1.00 ....
Middlings, per cwt 0.80 .90
Shortivpetcwt 1.00 1.10
Bran, per cwt. 0.75 0.85
Oil Meal, per cwt 1.75
Timothy Seed, per bush. 8.00 8.50
Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.45 0.48
Corn, in ear, per bush.. 0.45 0.48
Wheat 0.85 0.88
Oats, per bush 0.80 0.85
The beat on earth, can truly be .aid of Orim.'
Glycerine Salve, which la a aura, eafo and apevdy
care for cute, brulne., ecaldj, bum., wound, and
n mh.r .irM Trr th. wonder bealar. batlafac
tion guaranteed or money refunded. Only 96 eta
Sold by dragKliU.
The Park House has been recently re
fitted In nrstclass style. The traveling
public Is Invited to call before going
elsewhere. Good stable lu connection.
Also sample rooms.
II. Barnes, Landlord.
boon ever beatowed upon man Is perfect
health, and the true way to Itiaurn health
Is to purify your blood with Ayer's Saraa
parllla. Mra. Eliza A. Clough, 84 ArllnR.
ton St., Lowell, Mm., writes: "Every
winter and spring my family, Including
myaelf, use several bottles of Ayer's Bar
an'parilla. Experience has convinced ms
that, as a powerful
purifier, It Is very much superior to any
other preparation of Saraaparllla. All
peraons of scrofulous, or consumptive ten
dencies, and tajieclally delicate children,
are sure tf bo greatly benefited by lis
uao." J. W. Starr, LSeonlii, Iowa, wrltea:
' For years I was troubled with Serofu.
lous complaints. I tried several different
preparations, w lilih did mo little, If any,
good. Two bottles of Ayer's Sursupa
rilla effected a complete cure.. It Is my
opinion tbrt this medicine Is the beat
blood . . . ..
of the day." C. E. Upton, Naahua, N. IIH
writes: "For a number of years I
.was troubled with a humor In my eyca,
and unuble to obtain relief until I com
menced using Ayer's guraapartlla. I have
taken several bottles, am ifmilj bene
fited, and believe It to bo the beat of blood
purlflcra." H. Hnrrla, Creel City, ltnmsey
Co., Pukota, wrltea: I have been an
Intense nunerer, with DyspeP"'. r
-past three years. 8lx months ago I began
It has effected an entire cure, and I am
now a well as svsr." '
. , , Sold by all Druggists.
J ; ' rrlce $1 1 SI bottle, f 5. .
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell,
.. . - 1UM..U.8. A. -
'roa Our Eificieat Corps of Carresnandents.
May 4th, 1888.
Very few from Brighton attended the
theatre last night.
Mrs. Deacon Gobs, of Wellington, a
former resident of Brighton, was buried
There it to be a meat market opened in
a part ot D. M. Hall's store.
Another car load ot tile was received
at this depot last week.
But one section band working here' at
lnteat report. The section is entitled to
five men, and an opportunity Is offered to
those who want hard work for a little
The Ladies' Aid Society will meet at
Mm. Guorge lVarsley'g on Wednesday of
this week. Qcizical.
May 3rd, 1880.
Wm. Hounds, who has been attending
i-lnxil iu Ada, in home,
liorn, to Mr. and F. O. Phillips,
daughter, on lust Thursday.
W. II. Iloutz, ol Seville, spent Sunday
Mrs. 10. liumbelow is making a short
visit with friends in Cleveland.
Last week a Are was discovered directly
under the keiosene barrel belonging to
the News otllce. ' It was caused by tha
carelesness of a combination of matches
and a small boy, but was put out before
any serious damsge waa done.
W. Crlssick, ol Akron, waa in town last
Mrs. Prudence Guinea, oi Erie, Pa., vis
ited her nephew, J. F. Styers, last week,
Wm. Mckinley camp, b. of V, ate
making preparations for an entertainment
to be given soon.
W. Niece has returned from Pennsylva
nia, where be has been visiting lor the
past few weeks. q.
May 8rd, 1880.
"Prol. Jenklas" says be didn't write any
items from Litchfield last week, and it
was the printer's mistake.
A. A. Witbeck and wife, ot Wellington,
were at A. Gannett's over Sunday.
New crossings at the Center.
Some of the members ot the I. O. G. T.
"pulled us over the coals," because we did
not notice their entertainment last week,
Beg pardon; the entertainment was good
and a few deserve especial mention; viz:
The recitation by Lillian Smith, the ora
tion by Jerry Kltchen,ttbe song by Jen.
nle Bair and Mrs. Carrie Parent
Mr. C. Moore, of Reedsburg, Wayne
county, visited his sister, Mrs. Fannie
Firestone, over Sunday.
Rev. Uuntsberger will preach a scries
of three or four sermons on the origin and
founding of Methodism.
Rev. Norton preached at the M. E.
Church Sunday eve.
Eleven Were baptized, by Immersion, at
the Free Will church Sunday.
B. O. Coleman attended I. O. G. T. in
stallation of officers, Monday evening, at
April 28th, 1880.
After a lingering illness, the only daugh
ter ol Lewis Wheelsr passed away lant;Sat
urday evening. Her death has been
almost hourly expected for a long time,
but the dread disease consumption finally
did its work, and the place that once knew
her will know her no mora.
Anion Rogers, who has filled the position
of clerk in P. L. Kcssler's store for six
years, bos accepted a position In M. Goss'
warehouse for the next year. Anion is
a fine young man, liked by everyone, and
and we trust he will 'never be troubled to
find a position which his worth entitles
Joe Garrlss lost a valuable brood mare
a few duys ago and Mr. Snyder had a
horse drop dead in the harness. ' No real
cause is known for the loss of either anN
Hoc Field Is aetUna ready to build a
MIhs Lossie Pond is acting as clerk for
P. L. KeiwVr.
Mr. HolAner' w.i hurt by a horse and Is
unable to be out.
Miss Sponsler in visiting at Mr. AnJer-
n's. . ....
The band will play at Jvew London on
Decoration day. ' Sk.ma.
May 4th, 1880.
Ed. Sperry is visiting friends In (own.
' Bert Wllloughhy, of Wellington, visited
his many friends hero over Sunday.
.Quite a number, of our townspeople
went to Wellington to gaze at Iihca.
Mrs. M arena Damon has returned tlrom
her visit In Cleveland.
'George Peck, of Cleveland, visited his
people here over Sunday.
Mrs. Mort Chase, of Lafayette, is in
Mrs. Nelson, of Kansas, Is visiting her
lather, Mr. Hiram Nickersou, of this
South street has a new sidewalk.
Quarterly meeting at the M. E. Church
last Saturday and Sunday. Presiding El
der Hoyt was present, and on Sunday
preached an able and Interesting sermon
trnm T.nlrA ttl 01 M -
Mrs. Smith of this place started tor
Kansas last Tuesdayfto visit her son Aught
Her ton, L. Smith, of Litchfield, accom
panics her as far as St Louis.
Rev. Conry gave a lecture last Sunday
evening at the Congregational church; to
at large audience; subject, "Now and
Mr. Fosket, ol Camden, has moved onto
the larm he recently purchased of George
. , OKEHLIN.
'. May 4th, 18SU.
The most disastrous contln'Tntion that
ever illuminuted tho streets of this village,
was the burning of all the store between
Johnston's stole and the block of brick
buildings on South Main Slivut, which
occurred about two o'clock Sabbath morn
ing. Two hours ufter the first flame was
discovered, in the rear of Straus' store,
the entire block, offering busiue.ss places
to fifteen men, was a muss of burning tiui
ber on the ground. The loss, which cuch
unfortunate has sustained, cannot be com
puted at so early a date, as the scattered
property has not all been brought togeth
er. Each business man's loss is made
lighter by insurance, and what is lacking
la Insurance is being mado good In kind
sympathy, a poor thing lor empty stom
achs. Fifteen minutes alter the alarm wai
first sounded, the student population was
making itself at home about the scene. .
hundreds helping to empty the stores and
carry the rescued goods to the corner of
the campus, under the shade oi the sacred
oak, their quick steps urged on by the
loud reports of the window panes as they
cracked in the stores on the opposite side
of the street. For a while the fragrance,
f for which coal oil is celebrated, filled the
air, relieved by that of baked potatoes and
A dreary and desolate scene it was
which church-goers looked upon as they
wended their way to church. Theloafers'
corner, the stores which had so often been
compelled to listen In silence to loose talk,
were in ashes, presenting a worn-out pur
gatory look. Men were clearing away
rubbish, merchants stowing away their
goods, children looking for "something,"
fire engines filling up the tanks which
they had drained during the "wee ama'
hours of the morning;" and, probably, in
surance agents were racking their brain
mventing means and ways whereby the
insurance money might be lawfully with
held. Tho losers are Messrs. John and
Henry Carpenter, Linn, Pay, Price, Hol
ler, Straus, A. Barnard, Mrs. Coovey and
others In less degrees.
The engines came a little late, and as
the buildings were altogether wooden, no
attempt was made to save those on fire,
but all the strength was given to lioth ends
of the fire, to prevent it going farther
south or west; and In this the firemen
were successful, displaying much wisdom
and tact in the manner in which they
The stores in the Goodrich block look
ed used up; the tin work, with which It is
set off, is ruined. The sigus are scorched,
and somewhere near twelve hundred dol
lars' worth of plate glass destroyed. The
building which Messrs. Barnard and Dud
ley occupied was the old Colonial hall,
one nf the first buildings the College ever
built. Tho entire library of Mr. Steel Is
destroyed. A car load ot potatoes Is
smothered in the ashes; a withered liver
hangs up on a wire hook which Pay's
meat market covered Saturday night.
Three safes are in the ruins. Stoves and
gas pipes are numerous; telegraph wires
are In confusion. Mr. Cameron's baking
oven Is the only thing which has preserv
ed some of its former shape. Only one
more wooden block remains in the busi
ness part ot the village, and that came
near being burned two weeks ago, but the
well aid plans of the Incendiary proved
unsuccessful. Nothing has yet been
planned for re-building tho old block.
Definite particulars, as to loss and in
surance, next week. o. u.
May 8rd, 1880. '
There was no meeting at tho Baptist
church on Sabbath but there will be, here
after, for they have now secured a pastor.
Uev. C. C. Irwin, ol Zanesvllle, moves in
to the Baptist parsonage ou Wednesday
ot this week. He preached here April
25th, and was very much liked.. - .
Miss Ida Eglln was at home otcr Sun
day with her niece, Eveline Curtlss.
Miss Mollle Short was at church Sun.,
day. She commences her school in south
east Wellington this week, for a four
months' term.' Her sister Nellie It attend
lng school m Berea. , ' ,' ' . ;
, Mint itolla Stroup, of Spencer, coiu
( ConlHMied M tie Eivluk .) '