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A. Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home Interests, Politics, Agriculture, Science, A.rt, Poetry, Etc.
I VOL, XIX.
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 9, 1886.
B II. HAEff
Office in Bank Building, Up Stairs.
Reference bt Permission Hon. S. S
Warner, Hon. R. A. Horr, First National
ATTOOEHMiW&aJ NOTAW PUBLIC.
Loans and Collections made a specialty
Office In bank building.
J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
Dealer In Clocks, Watches, Jewehy, Bll.
verware, Gold Pens, etc No. 6, Public
Square, Wellington, Ohio.
S. V. CARPENTER,
JEWELER and ENGRAVER.
TJir.PATTtTNO A SPECIALTY,
Liberty Street, Corner Union Block,
TT J. 1IOI.BBOOK,, Deotlat. Offlo. over
iit Musun. iinre, in nana uuuaina;,
Wellington, Ublo. Nitrous oxld. (u admin
Storad for th. extraction of taatii.
WF. MAWTPLLK, Photograph. Plop
a nrM la .vary atyl. .no full; .braut
til th. lata imprOT.tn.nU In Ui. art. Engag.
Mull (or alula, ehould. vbtMnr praeUoa
Ma, b mad. In wlT.no. Gell.ry ova Bowl.
7 SUUi MOT.I nwAW HO. VI.
Good room. Fine llpjit.
The best of
work. Pricei the toweSLM
Give us a call.
North' Malm StXMt
1 rtv ffKxrTTTWifcn
... C 1 'raxA ,
1.USKN1I MOIIINMON. the Barbar. kmtp
Xl on. of th. DHtMt, dm oonvenlent Bar-
bar Banna la town. Oolr BratrOlM. workman
mployed. A full ejieortmrnt ot hlr oils, po
nadae wid hair ra.tor.tlTM. Kin. b.th-rooms
InaonaaoUon and furnlelind at .11 hours with
kol an. oold water and ll naoeaaary oonT.ni-
...... jtooms, aouia ski. weeny street.
PLANING VLIVL. '
D. L. WADSWOETII k CO.,
Manufacturer, of and dare In
Doors, Baah, avnd. 3311ni.
Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds of
Lumber, L.ith, Shingles, Battens, Mould
ings and Flooring. Biding made and Bur
face Planing done to order on short no
tice. WELLINGTON, O.
C. E. SUTLIFP.
Wholesale i:l Retail Sealer ia Coil sf
The Best Quality.
Anthracite, Maasillon, Jackson, Bloas
burg and Cannel, at Bottom Prices. Yard
on C. C. 0. & I. Ity. Office on West Main
Street, Wellington 0. Telephone 83. m
ijUsMMMsim MBtannai i
CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND SLEIGHS
Of EVERT DESCRIPTION.
EEPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
To the Public !
FRANKS & HOWK. :
Anthracite Osaail, JaekMa and
Maaallloa Coal, Lime, Cm. at,
PIUr and Plarterinf B.lr at Low.it Prieet. Offle.
Hon Woolloj'i raraltur. Balldlnf. E. Mill Bt.
W. E. WHITNEY,
THB NEW GrSOCXSH,
No. 8, North Main Street
A fresh supply ol Groceries and Provisions
constantly on hand at Bottom Trices.
Increased patronaire solicited.
VEHMILYA & HEIFNER,
Nickel Plate and Oyster Bay
East Side North Main Street. Lnnches
and warm bread furnished 'at the Oyster
Bay and warm meal at the Nickel Plate.
LEV rOWLER'f LlT.ryltaVUl
Maokaai. Itrt, WUlata,a
J. H. DICKSON,
ATTORNE Y-AT-L AW,
WEST SIDE PUBLIC BQUARE,
WELLINGTON, - , OHIO.
. w. p. herriok;
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law,
WELLIITOTOIT, - O
Benedict's Block, 2nd Floor.
UN. llllODWiy, Insuranoe Agent and
a Notarr Public Insurance, doeda, mort
ae, Willi, loHSdi. contract, etc, written la
a neat and legal manner. Olllo. over Borage's
boot and aboe store.
Meats en the sd
and 41 h Wednes
day .renin, of
Pott room. In
I. W. BEARRUP,
NORWALK, - - OHIO,
fhsi.gr, k ail Steam Fitter,
AKD DEALER IN
Gas Fixtures, Bath TnbR, Water Closets,
Marble hlaba.and all kinds or Brass
Wprkfor Water.Gasand Steam.
"tITY HACK. Coot.ti uimnn to and
Vj from th. depot or around town. Order, caa
o. wn at taa uoui. u. at. ttattia, rrop r.
Arrtr. tallr, ttfO a. at- Depart, 1 JO . H.
HTOTIB OTOK, SDXLITAK aa4 FOLK.
Anir.aaIl7,U:S0a.aa. Depart, 1 JO a. m.
Depart Taaadajh Tboiadars aa4 tataidars at
Antra, 1:00. .bl .' .
LEMON, VANILLA, ETC.
ACKNOWLEDGED Br ALL TO BE THE
PCHEST, FINEST FLAVOR, AND CHEAPEST
EXTRACTS IN TUB MARKET.
mHuncnmiD omlt ar
E. A.afALMER & BEO.,
ALL KINDS AND CHEAP 1
Wm. H. H. Sutliff will Bell pota
toes of different varieties for seed
or table use, at the cellar nuder
J. S. Mallory & Go.'s store, as
cheap as can be afforded. Flease
give me a call and be convinced of
the above facts.
Sear Vol Hear Vol
I am now manufacturing ICE
CREAM in every style and am
prepared to supply Festivals, Par
ties and Families by tae gallon oi
quart Served by the dish in ovx
ICE CREAM PARLORS every
day and evening.
COME ONE AND ALL.
It. J. ROBINSON.
"HONEST? IS TEE BEST POICY."
W do not tallore In com
mrnclng thrilling tor and
winding up In an arivtirtiM
an nt iif nat.nt nifut lf-lnia aa
fttmia do. W are prepared
to eay that
HilTi Rkntic Pills
bar. eared mora people of
KStumntim . Kturalaia ,
Jlitioutnft, Sick and Arr
em 4eaofocA, (Aa. amy
ether medicine In th. market; and we aan prore thla
hr numeroue Uwltinonlele Aik rour druafffit for
tlienit If he doee aoi have them, be will get them for
rou. Circular! and eatnple, erit tmt. For eale la
lila place bjr Faau. D. Klt, Dmaalit. Prlre, zie.
per.box. O. A- U1LL Proprieuir Portland He.
Agricutural Implements and
HAY RAKES,. SEED SOWERS,
BRTAN BULKY PLOWS,
First Class, All Warranted.
PIHST NATIONAL BANK,
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 Issued on all European countries.
S. S. WARNER, President. R. A. HORR, Cashier.
WM. CUSHION, Jr., Ass't Cashier.
8. 8. WARNER.
8. K. LAUNDON
. BEE UNE-C. CCStLRY.,
From and after Majr SO. tralna will paas Wellington
No. 1 -Limited Ex "top, on nigDall. i:o.. m.
No. a Ctn.fndnla.aVCol'.Kx.. 1:10a.m.
No. 6-Speclal N.T. Cln. A St. L. Ex
Stopa on aignal.l IS :(S p. m.
No. 7 Clere'd A Col. Accom 6:00 p.m.
No. Niiht Ex...... 8:Wp.m.
No. 81 Local Fmght t:15a.m.
No. 8 Nlsht Ex 8:06 a.m.
No. to Gallon A Clera'd Ac... 7:40a.m.
No. M Special St. Lonla ft N. T. Kx. 1:S0 p.m.
No. Cincinnati Ind ft Clere d Ex. 8:30 p. m.
No. 84 Local Freight 1:08 p.m.
NoeS. 0,8 and 114 ran daily.
Farther Information In regard to this 11a will
be fonnd on page 8.
WHEELING & LAEE RAILROAD
Cleveland & Marietta R. R.
No. 1 , t.sta.m.
No. 6 11 .08 a.m.
No. 7 J Wp.m.
No. II 9.00 p.m.
No. 17 Local (,86 a.m.
No. 4 10.10 a.m.
No. 8 1 4ft p.m.
No. 8... 11 p.m.
No. la Local ...p.m.
No. 11 ran. dally; other, dalljr .xcept Sundaj.
Further Information In regard to, thla lin. wUl
b fonnd on page 8.
Narad. Hajr 4th, 6:00 p. m.
Wlaconala, Maj llta, 11 K a. m.
Alaeka M.y isth. 6 p. m.
WyomlDg Mi, 8Mb, 10:00 a m.
Cabin ratea, according to location, SnO, 870, H0;
ronad trip U0, IHR, 8144. Btaarag. J0. Voc
paaaag. and any farther fnfofmatlna, apply to
, H. O. BIUOS, Agt., WelllngUiB, O. .
1 INHAN LINE. 1
Cly of Richmond liar 18th, 8:80 pr m.
City of Cheator. liay Uud, 9 a. m.
City of Berlin , Hay lilh, 8:S0 p. u.
City of Chicago.,. June 6th, 4 p. m.
Rata, of paaeaqr from New York, cabin, 160 and
1W, round trip $110. 1144; Intermedial, tuft, ronnd
trip lt5; .uwrag. round trip 140.
H. t). BI008, Agt.
Serrla Marl't, 8 p. m.
I'm brie May Bth, 8a. u.
Aurani. May 15ih,8 p. m.
Uallla May Hid, 11 a m.
Cabin piMaga m, H0, 1100, ateerag. $J0, Inter
mediate $U. For furtliur Informallon apply to
11.0. BKiUS, Agt., Wellington, O.
Bennett Bros. & Co.,
FOUNDERS 4 MACHINISTS,
Tbe Excelsior Wood Hairing Machine,
The Quaker Brick Machine and
General Machine Work,
Price, on all grades of cheese declined
cent; a good supply on band. In gen
eral produce a good supply on hand and
prices likely to go lower. Wool remains
firm at 23c, but there ia very little coming
in. Wheat remains the sama aa last week;,
but there is very little offered, but prices
are evidently on the decline.
Bnn-MENTS for Week Ending Jckk 8.
Cheese, 8148 pkgs., weighing 111,880 lbs
Butter, 271 " " 14,832 "
Young America BH
Full Cream 7
Ohio Standard G
Cobbbctid it Baldwin, Laopo ot Co.
Butter, dairy, per lb.... .... 0.10
Butter, creamery, per fi 0.22 0.23
Chickens, dressed, per lb. 0.08
Beef.per cwt 6.00 7.00
Ham, smoked, per B... 0.10 0.11
Potatoes, per bush O.RO 0.60
Apples, green, per bush. 0.40 0.60
Apples, dried, per lb.... 0.02 ....
Tallow, per tt 0.04 ....
Hides, per lb 0.00 ....
Wool per lb 0.23
Buckwheat flour perewt .... 8.00
Maple Sugar. ., 0.03 0.08
Grain. Floor and Feed.
C01B1CTID IT WlLLINUTO HlLLIMO CO
Flour, per sack (49 Is)., fl.80 1.83
Graham flour, per cwt., 8.00 ....
Corn meal, per cwC... 1.00 2.00
Chop, per cwt. 1.00 . ...
Middlings, per cwt 0.80 .00
Bhorta, perewt .1.00 1.10
Bran, per cwt 0.73 0.89
Oil Meal, per cwt 1.75 .... x
Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.45 0.48
Corn, In ear, per bush. , 0.43 0.48
Wheat.. 0.75 0.78
Oats, per bush.. 0.80 0.85
, ; Special News
FROM' OUR EFFICIENT CORPS
- OF CORRESPONDENTS.
June 8, 1386.
The festival at the town hall last Wed
nesday night, glren by the ladles of tbe
M. E. Charon, was a success.
On Sunday evening Mr. Vincent gLve
a very instroctWe lecture on the "Physic
al Influence of Alcohol on the Human
Repairs are progressing on the interior
of the M. E. Church.
Weather very dry corn at a standstill.
Bheep-sbearing is in order.
The exercises, in connection with Chil
dren's day, at the M. E. Church, will be
held next Bunduy evening.
June 8, 1886.
Dust lour inches deep on a level, and
no water to drink.
Wm. Lift and wile, ot Elyria, Sundayed
We dldnt attend the wedding, because
G rover and Frankle didn't invite us. Just
wait until we get married then it will be
Two ladles visited at Nathan Noble's.
We did not learn their names.
MravWm. Hutchlns wm in town a lew
days, accompanied by her brother-in-law,
Mr. George Ho'chins, or Oberlin. -
-. Tfi8 tnjhtoea have purchased a new, two-
wheeled double-geared, back-action sort
of a roftd-scraper, which Will carry large
quantities of. earth to a great distance and
uump u in large neaps, in great snape.
Mr. G. A. Stranahan has "swapped" hia
old, Empire binder for a new one of the
N. P. Nichols has also purchased a new
binder, oi the Buckeye pattern.
The town ball and the M. E. Church
have been undergoing some repairs.
. Ira Bunion has his new barn nearly
Tbe Uncle Tom's Cabin show was quite
The ladies of the Congregational church
will hold a strawberry icstlval at tbe town
hall on Thursday evening, June 10th.
June 8th '80.
Spencer is a much railroaded town.
The stockholders of the W. & L. E. Ry.
met in council Saturday evening.
Mrs. H. Ormerold has returned from
Rochester where she has been visiting
There will be a lawn fete at Isaac
Ream's tn-nlght, under the auspices of the
M. E. church.
Tbe Y. B. aid society meets with Mrs.
M. L. Dickaaon at Chatham next Thurs
day p. m.
John Grlssinger, of Rochester, was in
town last week helping his brother Frank.
Mr. Houser and wife, of Medina, and
th Misses Finnaman, ot Harrison Co.,
were guests ot D. W. Gresslnger last Sun
day. Mia. J. R. Oakley Is slowly recovering.
Twelve good sheds for the shelter of
horses were erected at theF, B. church
The lecture at the F. B. church last
Sunday evening by M. S.Ulnman.of Cleve
land, was well attended.
Rev. J. J. Mills and wife go to Marlon
county this week to attend yearly meet
ing. Geo. Griseloger and family Sundayed
at Lorain. Miss Ylnnle Grlssinger ac
The people of Spencer were much sur
prised, as well aa pleased, with the sight
of a 800 lb. cinnamon bear, which passed
through town last Wednesday. He was
well trained and the small boys hope to
see him again.'
Mr. Delmer and Miss Jlattle Grlssinger,
Mr. B. 0. and Miss Addle Coleman, Mr.
Henry and Miss Lizzie Ormerold went
over to the Dutch church in Homer last
Tbe Spencer stockholders ot theW. A
L. E. Ry, Lave decided to defend them
selves In the suit brought against them by
N. Hucklns & Co. Each stockholder is
to be assessed fifty cents, the amount thus
raised to be used in the employment of
June 7, 1880.
. The much hoped for rain came in copi
ous showers Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Philo Penfleld, who has been vis
itlng friends here for the last four weeks,
returned on last Thursday to her home in
The festival held at tbe M. L. Church
last Tuesday evening, was well attended.
David Shaw and wife are the possessors
of a bran new boy.
Quite a number from our town attend
ed the Uncle Tom's Cabin entertainment
at Litchfield on last Saturday night.
The law suit of Shore vs Disbrow came
off at Elyria last Thursday. It was decid
ed in favor of the defendant.
Miss Nellie Long, of Wellington, spent
Saturday and Sunday with friends In
Rev. Hughes moves Into the Congrega
tional parsonage this week.
Children's dav services are to h. fc.ld
in the M. E. Church next Sabbath morn
June 7. 1886.
C. D. LaZelle, of Washington, D. C, Is
spending a few days In town.
Rev. It. McCaskey called on several of
nis former parlshoners last week.
Miles Harrison, supt-elect, of Wabash,
Ind., schools, returned home last week to
remain until about the first of July.
The Misses Johnson, of Elyria, are vis
itlng at Mrs. Lincoln's.
A. P. Lincoln, assistant paymaster of
C, C, C. & I., is at home to attend the
Mrs. L. B. Sweet and son have returned
from their Michigan trip.
Mrs. Sllngerland, of Michigan, Is visit
ing her mother, Mrs. Rounds.
Baptist festival, at town hall Friday
evening, cleared about twenty dollars.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary So.
clety, Cleveland District, will hold a
maetiug at the Methodist Church, Thurs
day, June 10th. -
4 MEDINA. '
June 7, 1886.
James Fonetinsoo, of Cleveland, visited
here Saturday and Sunday. '
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Walling.
son; also at Mr. and Mrs. B. Robert's, a
daughter, on Tueeday.
J. O. Llccy, of River Styx, was In town
A. P. Strong, In tbe employ of A L
Root, met with quite a serious accident
lost Wednesday, whilo running a buzz
saw; his hand slipped, striking the saw
which resulted In his losing a thumb and
first Joints of three fingers.
A large horse belonging to G. S. Beck,
of River Styx, weighing 2,000 pounds and
measuring 17 hands bigb.passed through
Dr. Nichols has so far recovered from
bis recent Illness as to able to attend to
bis professional duties.
Editors Greene, Gray and Mercer attend
ed the grand opening at Camp Chippewa,
Ed. Curtis, of Aurora, general muster
ing officer ot the G. A. R., has been In
town lor a few days.
Mrs. J. G. Hencmlter. of Cleveland, vis
ited at D. Ilenemitcr's last week.
June t E. A. '.Fox enjoys the luxury
of ripe cherries from bis own trees.
About thirty relatives of Mrs. Johnston
met at her borne to-day and gave ber a
very pleasant surprise, the occasion being
the sixty-third anniversary of her birth.
June 2 The festival held at the town
ball last night, for the benefit of the Con
gregational Church, was a success, soci
ally and, we think, financially.
Miss Julian Ilosford, who has been vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Gill, leturned to ber
borne on Old Hen Island, to-day, accom
panied by Mrs. Gill.
June 8 The new ttepi built to the
Congregational Church, add much to the
appearance of the same.
June 5 A. Balrd ruU.d the frame for
a barn; quite a large ciow I in attendance.
The barn Is 84x12 led, an I when finish
ed will probably lie the beet in Brighton.
The house occupied by S. Day is re
ceiving a fieh cont of paint.
We were misinformed about the mar
riage of Will. Whipple, but caidit are oat
for the event, which will tuke place June
June 7, 186.
Dry and dusty we need a good rain.
A good deal of sickness In town. How
ever, no serious cases are reported.
Mr. George Lashells returned from the
West last Saturday. His wife Is quite
Mrs. Crosby is visitlne- her daughter.
Mrs. Geer, at Wellington.
Grandma Elder has come to spend the
summer with her daughter, Mrs. Delia
Holland. She has failed much In the
last two or three years. It la hard to
make her hear, and she cannot see enough
to know her own children. We are glod
to have ber with, us again.
Mrs. Blakely has lust heard of the death
of her sister, Mrs. Ferris. No partlca
Iara. Charles McKeen, of Terre Haute. Ind..
is visiting Will. Smith. They spent Sun
day in Euclid.
The children of the M. E. Sunday.
school are preparing for a concert next
Sunday evenlnc. Children's duv. Mr.
Dawson preaches to the children in the
morning. The whole dav Is elven to the
Tbe school In the sixth district has
been closed, on account of the sickness of
the teacher, Mrs. Maggie Hazel. It Is
now so late that the men want their boys
K help them at home; and, as the school
Is very small, it was thought best to dis
continue it. Maggie will bid farewell to
her Huntington friends, Intending to go
to her new home at North Amherst
This week the pioneers will hold a two
days' meeting at the M. E. Church, com.
menclng on Thursday morning, June 10.
Mr. James Eellam, who preached on this
circuit over fifty years ago, Is to preach
the first sermon at ten a. m, Thursday.
Reminiscence and experience meeting
In tbe afternoon, and preaching In the
evening. There will be preaching In the
morning, afternoon and ejening on Fri
day, the meeting closing Friday evening.
As many of the former pastors of the
church as can, will be here, all having
been Invited who could be reached. The
following expect to be present: Revs.
Wm. Runnells, M. T. Ward, John Kellam,
Uriah Richards and A J. Pollock. The
will give a collation at the church at
noon, on Thursday and Friday. Many of
the old friends of the ehnrch exoect to he
present, and it will seem like old timet
to near these old pioneers tell their ex
perience. Come and hear them.
Card from the Disciple Churchy
Once more the Disciple Chirch in
Wellington is without a pastor. In the
five or six years that Brother and Sister
Moore have labored for and with us, we
have had an earnest, faithful preacher,
one without the spirit of fear, but of love,
and a sound mind, rightly, as we think,
dividing the word of truth ; one upright
and above reproach In all his business
transactions. In her we have had an ef
ficient organist and a sympathetic helper
In all the work of the church.
It Is with sincere regret thut we port
with them. Our prayer and hope Is that,
In a wider field than Wellington, their
usefulness may Increase. We would re
turn them our sincere thanks. We feel
assured they have not remained and la
bored here for the money they have re
ceived, but for the good of the cause of
Christ in Wellington.
In Behalf of tub Church.
A Card of Thanks.
Please permit me, through the columns
of your Journal, to express my most sin
cere thanks to the friends and neighbors,
residing both in Wellington and Ogdcn,
Michigan, who so kindly and freely as
sisted to care for my wlte, Mrs. Ida Ba
con, during ber long Illness and subse
quent death. For sixteen long months
she was so helpless from paralysis that
she could neither feed nor dress herself.
Twice during ber sickness she was carried
to Wellington, her old borne, hoping a
change of scenes and cllmale,m!ght prove
beneficial, and bring the boon of health,
so dearly sought, to bless our little home
The fond hopes of loved ones are van
ished ; to-day she sleeps beneath the da-
sies, and those who loved her best, walk
through the vale of tears, finding no sur
cease from sorrow.
Again, let me say to tbe many friends
who sought to sld the suffering one, by
comforting words, kindly acta, and finan
cial aid, I thank you one and all; and may
the Father ot mercy bless you for benefits
bestowed In our hour of need.
Ooden, Mich. Geo. Bacon.
Following la a Hat of nnclalmad letter, remala.
Ing In th. Foetofflc it Wellington. Ohio. Jan.
John Weeley Baker, Mr. F. Dote,
Dock Hallo Davie, Philip Philip.,
E. H. Smith.
Jim. H. Brigg.
George Hoffaer, '
Fial 1. Kreaok .
Jo'ta Mallalf -Cal.Lymaa
Utile A Plumb,
Edith M. Omuby,
Alios At Blchardsoe.
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