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A Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home Interests, I'olitcs, Agriculture, Science, Art, loetry, Etc.
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27. 1889.
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- Published every Wednesday, at
Terms of Snhaoriptlont
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- , ATTORNBYS-AT-LAW.
ATTORST-AT-LAW ml I0T.RT PULEIC.
Loans and Collections mtidu a specialty
Office la bank building.
I J. H. DICKSON,
ATTORN E Y-AT-L AW,
. and solicitor ot
American and Foreign
WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
WELLINGTON. - OHIO.
W OTA KY tt IB LIU.
H. Mli(WIN, li.'irnnc AKmt and
Notary Public liiutiiadb, !'.',, mort
wet, wllKleiiao.. eontrarn. olf... written In
a neal and Iciral mnnniT. oitee over ft-nure S
bo.ii an, I thru- at,rM.
IrUiENB KOBIM IN, th. Barton-, keep.
J one of th. D.alem. mow oonvenlenl liar
bwr Shop. Id town. Only DrHi-oian. wnrkioon
aiployad. A full auMirtiihinlof hair oil. !
taada. and hair restoratives. Kin. b.ith room.
tioouiH-ctlon and lurnnri. dat ll I r. wlili
ot and rnld watr and all nepfaaai y oftnv-tnl-
Ilnnin. Kolltl, l.ili-ny ""fl
Tj t. HOI. BROOK. Dentin. Offlo over
11 H listed t store. In Hank Buildln.
Wellington. Ohio. Nltmut mlds fa admln
Iterad for lib. .i tract Ini nf tenth
Sawt.ll.'a Art 0tUrr.-Plotares In ev"
Special attention paid toeolariclns; InOrarnii
lak, or Water Colors and copying from old
Statures, uiq nei.uns tu wrewi uu
itoate. ean be had at any time. Gallery oyer
Dowlby k Hall's grocery. 1 ..
Plotures of all kinds. Finest work and latest
styles. Copylnc and enlarging In Crayon, Ink
and Pattel. Rpeolat attention to th babies.
- CrosUr'a Blook, WUinKto. O.
,R. HATHAWAY M. D.
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laaejsi. ruw. mvoianuu m ai 7f lh
rectum UUed by an Improved torn, without
PAID Or UOMJIIIIUB iruiu uu.iuw.,
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Crpair Block Welllnf ton.O
R. O. HOLLAND,
Tt1,:;;::: S Dsaiist.
Orders rceWi at Telephone fcichang
and at F. V. Felt's druu store.
Ill Orsduate Toronto Veterinary Collcge.elass '17
L. B. PRATT,
TeterinsLTy Surgeon .si Dentist.
- Oyer twenty-five years of practice. Orders
reoelved at Adams' and Ilouunton's di-un
store, Huraxs .till taken for treatment at my
stable on Courtlaud Avenue. -a
J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
Dealer In Clocks, Watches, JeweUy, 811
terware. Gold Pens, etc. No. 8, Public
Square, Wellington, Ohio. : .',
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Livery and Feed Stable.
South Side Mechanic Street, first
door east of American House.
Th Omnihs . aoi Tran:fof Line.
Omvoys Passengers and - Dafrxagr to
and from train or resiliences. Also col
Inou and distributee Kxrnitai.dolnt; I
'-mural expressing and pactagrf bdslneet,
nuve on'ers or telephone Amerlosn
June. 07-ly II. 88icrTH, Prop.
PIEST NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL $100,000.00,' SURPLUS $6,600.00.
' Does a General Banking Business, Receives Deposits, Buys and sells New York
Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts
S. S. "WARNER, President.
S.K.LAUNDON. EDWARD WEST.
D. L. WADSWORTH k CO.,
Manufactorur. of and dealer. Ir
Dsois, Sasli aaid BllsiAat
and Butler Boxes, all kinds ol
Ln.nlier, I.tli, Bh'n(.'le, Ballens, Mould.
Inns and Flooring. 8idinpr made and Sur
face Planing done to order on abort no-
tie . WELLINGTON, O.
HOYT k BENSCHOTEN,
Dealers In and Manufacturers ot
UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCIIES.
A Full Line of Goods Always In Stock.
Arterial Embalming a Specialty.
Pictures Framed to Order. A good vurl-
ety of Mouldings to select irom.
N.E. Corner of Square. Wellington. 0
S. F. BLACK,
Contractor and Builder,
Plans and estimates made. Job
work of all kinds. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. 4b-ly
CHRISTIE & BENNETT
CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND SLEIGHS
0? ITIET DKBCBIFTION.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Pratt &' Herrick.
ccmAi feed m.nm mi
Free delivery io any part ol the corpor
atlon. Hallroaa street, Wellington, v.
0. E. SUTLIFF,
D2EALEH Z2T COAZi
Jackson and Blossborg.
Terms Cash and Prices Low.
Office on West Liberty St., Telephone 48
Meats on the td
and tth Wrdnee
Post room In
M. W. Lang,
j. T. Hatk.ll,
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Proa aadsfler May IS.traluwIUpassWcIlinfrtoa
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No. ., i S.oep.ta.
Noi 1 7.4 p.m.
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Fartb.rlBforaatloalnr.gardto this Has will
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tissued on all European countries. ,
R. A. HOHR, Castuer.
Jr., Ass't Cashier. .
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A: Ci',':c:clbj Our S-eciil Corresccndents.
All Alxmt the Happening and Siciul
EvcnlH in their Immediate Vicinity.
March 25, m
T II Clark has moved to lown again.
MrR'igWsdied last Monday; hurried
Wednesdny. Mr Rogers was the oldest
man in town.
Mrs 8 Boll died Wednesday and was
burled Friday; funeral services were held
at the bonse.
George Clark and wife left Saturday for
Sylvania.0., where ibey intend to stay
this season. George will . run creamery
there this summer.
W C Whipple went to Toledo last week
on business and has not yet returned.
Mr Claton Bell is on the sick list; also
Mr Win French.
R D Ladow and family returned to
North Eaton, 0 , last week.
Mies M.y Emmons is vlsltlnc friends at
Wellington for a few days.
Mr OP Clark, of 8ylvanla,0., was In
town a lew days last week.
Mr Cbas Emmons Is improving hit bouse
by having a porch put on in tront; also D
M Hall has put as addition lo his house,
We saw an item In the Clarkeftold Jour.
Dal last week saying that tbe Brighton
club dances bad to break up on account
of the Clarksfleld fiddlers going home
dizzy headed. Well this was a (also re
port, as the best dance we had all winter
was last Tuesday nUht; didn't have
Clarksfleld tiddlers either.
March 25, '89.
There ss no service In tbe M E church
Sabbath evening, as It was reported that
Elder Wynant was to preach his farewell
sermon and a good many wnnted to hear
There will be Easter services conducted
by the Sunday school of tne ME church
on Easter Sunday evening, four weeks
Irom last Sabbath evening.
Mr Albert Lang is no betler, but seems
weaker and talks with more difficulty than
a week airo. .
Mrs Elwood Is again confined to the bed
after being around a few days.
Mrs Wm Ilasklns came back from
Maple Rapids, Mich., last Friday.
Miss Myrtle Sage came borne from
school last Thursday accompanied by
three ot her school males. On Friday
evening hur uncle, Dud Cole, gave them a
party ; they report a very pleasant time.
Sugar purtles bare been all the rage for
the past two weeks, but there won't be any
more sugar weather till it rains or snows
The roads have been scraped all through
town and are now in good conditton, al
most as smooth as summer. '
S B Robinson went lo Virginia last week
fn company with J B Pratt. lie baa only
gone on the excursion, he dors not expect
Mrs John Perkins snd daughter Kittle
visited In town last week from Camden.
Qeorpe Dart moved- Into Mrs Annuel
NooDev's bouse last week Instead oi Ed
Burt Coats went to Oberlln last week
to see his father who is sick.
Mr Myron Hawley has bought Mr Albert
The hotel is being all renovated on the
inside and will be made as new and bright
as paper, paint andillme can make It
We are glad to see some more nice side
walks; shall be glad when It It all finished,
Fay Chapman closed his school at tbe
center for a week's vocation on last Fri
day. : . , .. .
- " P.TT8 FIELD.
Sawdust having become more plentiful
some of our public spirited citizens cov
ered up the mud of the sidewalk ' with a
good coat of dust, ( making tjulto an Im
provement, : ,". ',, ; i .. vl :.s
A big run of sap last jeek, the treated
ever known some say ;. sap ran every day,
hundreds ot pounds of sugar tnd gallons
of syrup war made.'."' , " ' '
On Friday, 15th, about forty of the
friends of Louis Avery made him a sur
prise visit as It woo the fifteenth anniver
sary of bis birthday, spendiog tbe evenloa-
very plensantly and wishing him many
nappy returns or tbe day.
Union school dosed on Saturday after a
very successful term ; MrCbamberlain, the
teacher, giving general satlsfactl-n by his
earnest eflorts to teach the young Idea
how to Bil lot
Our former townsman, 8 I Peck, has
returned to hla farm In the southwest part
of town. . Welcome Sam.
Mrs Sai ili , Staples is contemplating a
visit to Yxk Stale of some considerable
lenjrth, powibly all summer. '
Some of our farmers are talking of
plowing; a oitn of rain may change the
current of their thought. ' '
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'' H ' March 18, '89.
Sugar ni iki rs waiting for another spell
of weather a Utile too warm and dry for
their, bimifyss Just at piesent. '''
Mrs Braioard, of Oberlin, visited last
Sunday with friends lo town. ,
MrSeymore, of Cleveland, called at P
0 Shank's one day last wwk.
Mips Zadrluh Junes' school In the Crow-
town dlsirtct closed last week.
Landlord Bench made a business trip to
the city last week.
C S Simmons, of Cleveland, speDtSun.
day with Irli niU id town.
Wm Brooker has moved into G Dumon's
bouse on Wi st street.
A M Canfield went to Canton, O., Satur.
day to see about obtaining material to con
vert his engine Into a traction engine.
, Louis Sibley, who baa finished his ap
prenticeship and U now a full-fledged
plumber la stopping for a short time at
home. Io a few weeks be will return to
the city to work at his trade. . .
,' Irving Fenn hasseenred employment
with Babcock, Hurd & Co., wholesale
grocers of Cleveland. We wish ' him suc
cess. ' 1 - I . ' ' v.
John IWJle naa bought 67 acres on tbe
northwest corner ot Mr Lance's farm ; $30
per acre was the price paid. , .... ;
. Frank Bin t: rn has moved from Pen.
Sold and 1 .o 'firing -1 ia bin loose-on
North street at this place.
. Clifford Willis has hired to work this
summer in a cheese factory at La Grange.
We understand that Dr Sheldon, of
Wellington, will move to this place to
practice bis profession. Ills-residence
will be in Mrs Durkee's bouse east of tbe
Ed Storrs, ot Grafton, has rented Miss
Nettie Crow's house and displays for tale
a very fine stock of wall paper, etc. Mr
Storrs It a professional paper hanger and
will do first-clou work for all who choose
to patronize him. -.' . ..
Charles Tarlton has gone into tbe rail
road business; i, e. he Is now brakeman
on tbe 0 L & W Ry. All wishing inlor.
motion concerning the railroad business
are respectfully referred to Tarlton.
March 12 wat Mist Mamie Stranaban's
21st birthday. As t reminder of the oc
casion she. received from her father a
present ot an elegant gold waich. Time
Bert Harris, of Lodi visited a few days
lost week with relatives In lown.
Fraok Nlckerson, of Greenwich, O.,
spent Sunday with friends In Litchfield.
C N Carpenter and wile, of Oberlin,
spent Sunday with relatives la town.
A little girl, a stranger In these parts,
bat come to stay with John Dolllwell and
wile, nappy couple.
Frank Shank has purchased ol N More
house a residence on South street; pnee
$350. Mr Shank and family will take up
their residence here this spring.
Wm Thomas bat . moved Into Iro Ben
ton's house on West street
Mist Bertha Doone It tick with tbe
chicken pox. i ' . .
' March 19, m.
Mr L Richmond and family, of Hunt,
lagton, are moving onto hit farm in the
north port of town.
Mr U Esalg and family have moved on
to bit place In Spencer.
Marriei, on Wednesday evening, March
13. at the residence of the brlde't brother,
Mr Burt Chambers and Mist Minnie
Dtraon, Rev 8 L Gray, of La Grange, offl
Mr Arthur Wilton, ot Shelby, Mich.. Is
vlsltlnff hit relatives in town: alto Mr.
Johnson Dacue, ot the some place, It vis
iting hit parents, brothers, tnd listers In
. Mlat Mottle Christy, of White, Mich.,
who bat been spending the winter . with
her relatives, the Christy tnd Nor on fam
ilies, goes this week to Oberlin to work at
Rev D W Myland,f North Amherst,
visited us a couple of dayt recently. "
.'Mr and Mrs Lyman Potter entertained
friendi from La Grange wUbln the post
tewdavs. ' ' - ' '"'-''
' The beautiful weather ef the past few
days bat seemed to put new lira into every,
thing ; mud dried up, roads iu fine con-
ditlon. Some bare already tnrtri tha
plow, but sugar makers have not bad
murh of a harvest yet.
M G Starr hat rented tnd moved on
Hiram Davison's farm.
Mr Davison will move to Wellington in
a few days. .
Alonzo Smith but taken possession of
Dr J W Smith't lurm In the west part of
.: Mr and MrsD M Shaw, or Wellington,
are visiting friends in town.
Mrs J H Gardner la tpendlng a few
days with friends in Lorain.
Mrs Mmy Siedman, of Lorain, is visit
ing her many Mends lu town and vicinity.
'. George Burns returned a few days no
from Gratiot county, Mich.
Mr Albert Foster, of Lh Grunge, visited
bis son Lviiihq odo day lutely.
r Mr SB Chambers and It is bride have
gone to lnueker)ing ou the old home
8tend a mile and a hull e uti of the center
'MlbiLucy Goodyear returned a lew
duyu ago from 8l Louis, Mich.
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' March 20, ltM).
Our theatrical liorpe has "one up the
spout'.' Irom all-appearances.
Aaron Rogers, one of the oldesl resi
dent ot tbe lowtutblp, uied lust Tuesday.
The exhibition by the pupils of the pub
lic school held lat Saturday nlht in the,
town lm'l paused trT auspltiously. A num
ber of the scholars reflected great credit
upon themselves by their efforts. A large
audience was iu attendance.
There will lie t dance at the hotel ))e
Hacked nezi Thursday night, Man h 28.
Mr. Frank Diignan, tbe present landlord,,
goes out April 1, and Mr. M. W. Phelps,
the piopr'etor, takes charge.
LA OBAN OK.
March 25. m
. Mrs Vernie Wolte leaves lor Kansas
toon to make ber borne with ber brother.
Miss Ida Cheney, of Oberlin, It visiting
friends In town. . . . . ,i
Mrs, Vv heeler and family will toon move
"ir"CA Andrus has fibught Aunt Polly
Gotl't house and lot (or $475.
- CCuitiss, our barnett maker, and EJ
Yeamant, our barber, are both to rushed
with business that they have each found
It necessary to rtnploy another hand.
We ore more than pleated to see that
our young friend Phebe Bradley, who It a
successful telegraph operator, Is also a
successful newipaper correspondent
Died this morning very suddenly, Mr
Wm Sheldon, aged 08 veuis. For many
years ha hat mode bit home with hit
laughter and her husband, Mr and Mi t
George Underbill, both ot whom will mix
hlin In more ways than one. A familiar
form hat suddenly disappeared; a well
known voice always cheerful is forever
silent. Old friend, good-bye.
March 23, 89.
Is ll possible lor such weather to con-
Once in awhile there is tr.metbing to dis
turb the quiet of our village. The last
was a fljiht.
Mist Lena Porter, of Henrietta, wot a
guest of Mist Wright 8oturdsy and Sun
day. E C Durand, Wellington, Is spending a
few days in town.
J Berger moves to North Amherst to
morrow. Bines Jobn It to leave nt it it a
querry what will become ot Amherst It
will be deader than ever and that it use
less. DHyland and J Davidson, of Elyrla,'
were Id town yesterday.
An employs on the Mtlone quarry,
Shrlnor, had hit foot severely Injured one
day lost week. It It doing well it present
Mrs A Collins entertained the ladles'
dime amis) last Wednesday evening. All
bad a pleasant lime.
E Durand doted his school In the Gas
ton district last Saturday. Quilt a num.
ber of neighbor! were present to hear the
exercises. Tbt flnt diplomas given by the
icbonl (knows at RusaU' Academy) were
presented by the teacher 'to Henry B
Wright, Chai A Harris and EveiynE
Stone. We hope to sue many more who
will leave this school to enter a blither
field of laboi.
The people o the II E ciuiivii and Sun
day school lisve pui-rbii)!' a very fine
eight-day clock and pluced It' In tlx ir
church. Now the vrd in f tout of the
church seeds irond attention.
Quite a number of quarry men 'from
this place hart contracted to work for a
company Is Cleveland tnd will goto
Wyoming territory t teat a quarry there.
8 Cone'i time In the workhouse expires
to-day. Some think he will not tee fit to
return to Amherst hereafter. n
' Durand A Wyatt received a cor load of
lumber from Sanduakv to-day. They Ore
preparing to build to quite on extent this
tpring. ' .'
In one of our school examinations re
cently the cltu wat asked to name each
mathematical zone and give boundry lines.
This Is a copy ot one of the answers: The
earth it bounded en tbe north by the)
Arctic ocean, on the east by tbe Atlantic,
on the south by the Indian, and on the
west by the Pacific.
Gibson Broe. started their wagon on the
roudtgtin to-day. Vernon Peobody is
running It again this season. ' 1 ,
Miss Nina Pershing, the lady evangel
ist, will aid Rev English in a week's
meeting here beginning to-nlnht. Wa
hope they may be t success. -' ' '
Washington Letter. '
Fr.ni our Regular Correspondent. , ' ;
Wabhisgtok, March 23, 1H89.
Tbe President has eo reguluti-d the
Calls ol the ufllco tetkil, or the hours
during which he mey be seen by ihem,
lhat he Is beginning to get tome little
breathing lime. He is moving very .low
ly so much so In tact that some are al
ready liejiltintng to murmur at bis pace.
But he says that it is bi tier to go slow uod
be right than to go fast and lie wrong
Among tbe prominent appointments
made by Gen. Harrison since my lust let
ter are the following: Jus. S. Clarlison, of
Iowa, to he First Assistant Postmaster
Gemrul; Smith A. Whitfield, of Ohio, to
be Second Acslstant Postmaster General;
John W. Mason, of W. Yirgluia, to be
Commissioner of Internal Revenue; S. R,
Tbaje'r, of Minnesota, to be minister to)
the Netherlands ; Cbas. E". Mitchell, ot
Conn., to be Commissioner of Patents;
Nathan O. Murphy, of Arizona, to be
Secretary of that Territory; W. B. Deacon
to be U. 8. Marshal of New Jeisey; J. 8.
Burton to be U. 8. Marshal for Mississip
pi ; . J. Eursbeedl, U. 8. Marshal for
Louisiana; B. D. Slaughter, U. 8. Marshal
lor Nebraska; Whltelaw Iteld. editor of
the N. Y. Trlbure, to be a minister to
France; Frederick D. Grant, son of Gen.
U. S. Grant, of New York, to be minister
to Austria; John C New, of Indiana, to
be Consul General at London, and Julius
Goldschmldt of Wisconsin, to be Consul
General at Vienna. This It Dot a long
list, but It It
everywhere, conceded to be .
1 good one.
Mrs. Harrison bst been quite 111 this
week with t severe cold, but It now much
betler, though still confined to ber room.
Tbe republican Senators tnd Repre
sentatives who have been bere since the
adjournment of Congress, looking after
tbelr quoto of the offices, are bcKinuing to
turn Ihelr faces homeward. The most of
them appear to be satisfied with tbe out
look, but of course there are tome grum
blers. Tbe nomination of Eugene Schuyler, of
New York, to be Assistant Secretary of
State, hsa been withdrawn from tbe Sen
ate, Mr. Schuyler having declined the
A discussion or perhaps It would be
better to say a genentj expression ol views,
during a recent secret tessinn of the Sen
ate, as to why the salary of Congressman
should not be doubled, has caused a g'od
deal of discussion here. Tbe Senate It In
favor of It by o largo mujoiity.but whether
o majority would vote for s bill en-t
acting such a low, is soniewbat'doubtful.
Public sentiment here undoubtedly favors
such a change; it it argued that no Repre
sentative or Senator can keep house la
this city on lest than $10,000 t year, and
keep up the ttyle and sppesrance that la
expected of hlin. It it further argued
that the cost of living In Washington It
now much greater than It wat when, the
present lalarlei were fixed, but there is ,
mother tide to the question, and alihnugh
Its upholder! are in tbe minority here,
they probably have a large majority of
tbe votert nf the country with them.
They trgue that the present salary, $5000
a year. Is enough, ond that tbe people do
Dot tend their Repreaentativet and Sena
tort to Washington to ape the manners of
the European nobility, nor to try to out
do the coterie ef millionaires who have of
late years set the pace fur Washingtoa
society, bnt to work. It any of I hem
finds $5,000 a year Insufficient to live .on,
let him resign the place to a more ecom-
The country It certainly to be congratu
lated on the prospect of increased effi
ciency In our postal service. Post master
General Wsnna maker and hla capable
assistants. Clarkson, Whitfield, ood
ilozen ore all bendlug tbelr energies to
accomplish this much desired reform.
Ope! good result It the tppolntment of J. ,
towrb Bell, ot Pa., ot Superintendent of
the railway poll service. ... , ;
. Diiluty little globules.
Fine, and white, tnd tweet,
. Iu their work, complete, ,
: Inner gripes, or aching.
What are they t Why, Pierce'a Pleasant
Purgative Pellets the . perfection - of
laxatives. Contain not an atom ot mineral ,
poison; are. especially appreciates by'
those whose taste revolts from the coarse,
violent plllo, which tear their way
through the ayttem like steam, .cart,
actually doing harm, instead of good, w Of
Dr. llorce't Favorite Prescription curta
"female weaknesf tnd kindred ailment".