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Tmmmmmmmmmmmmm ,m mm . may,,, i.w..M -wwi 1 -a BULINGTON-. IdJNTEKPBBE. i ' V'..': A Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home Interests, IolitiVericulture, Science, Art, I?oetry, Etc. j VOL. XIX. WELLINGTON, LORAIN.COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. MAY 12, 188G. NO. 19. r ATTOBNEYB-AT-LAW. m9 m iiEff ATTORNEYAT-LAW, Ofllce in Bank Building, Up Stairs. Xefehencer by Pkiimibmon Hon. 8. 8 Wataer, Hon. H. A. Horr, First National s Bank, Wellington. J. T. HASKELL, . aJTTOMEY-AT-LAW K0TA&7 PUBLIC, l " Loam and fVillpnllona made a sneclaltv -. ' .'Vofllce in bank building. . JEWELEES. J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent, . -- . . T . . f!l Tv.oW (n rwlta Watches. JeweUv. 611 verware, Gold Pena, etc. No. 5, Public Square, Wellington, Ohio. .. S. V. CARPENTER, , Practical Watchmaker, ' JEWELER and ENGRAVER. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Liberty Street, Corner Union Block,. WELLINGTON, OHIO. NOTARY PUBLIC. UN. tioonwi, Insurance Agent and . Notary Public. Insuranee, deeds, mort aitoe, wills, lease, oontraul. etc., written In a neat and legal manner. UUlce over Bcroge t boot and ahoe a tore. DENTISTS. Hi. HAI.HKOOK, Dentist. Offlo, over nutted a to re, In Hank Building, Wellington. Ohio. Nltroua oxide (a admin aturad fur the extraction of toeth. PHOTOOKAl'HKR. Wr.aAHTllLK, Photographer. Plot ure in every (tyle and full abreait ' all the lata Improvement In the ark Bngage menu for (itung ahould, whenerer practica ble, be made In advanoe. Gallery oyer Bowl by ilall't atorai telephone Mo. (T. t ,1 1 A. ri.AWli&t, VS . nvl rnnmi. Fine. light. The best or work. Pricca the lowest. Give ui a call . Croaler'a llloek. North Main Street. ; a-iyj PLANING MILL. t. D. I rYADSttOBTH CO., Manufacturer, of and dealcra In I3oor, Sasto. aad Bllatd. Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds of Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Battens, Mould intra and Flooring. Siding made and Bur face Planing done ;o ! llL0, avir CCAL. .::W.oldt ::i Retail Seller i: (oil of i. The Best Quality. I! a.it.r.li Vaulllnn. jMT.kaon. Bloss i buri and Cannel, at Bottom Prices. 1 ard nn C. f :. C. & I. Rv. Onice on West Mam Street, Wellington 0.- Telephone tSi. a To the Public! FRANKS & HO WK." Tir.li.r In l.tl,nnlt. CanneL Jaekaon and Maaaillon Coal. Lima. Cement, ' 1 Uovt Woollej'i Furniture DullJtng, B. Main BU v.nnF.NK I10B1NS0N is the ii flonlor in CAaata ill town. ' Read the name of the new brandu just received from the East: Good vni, rimca Wirlnw.' romtnander. JMay Bird and Capitola, all to be boiu ior nve ceutu cucu, Vi JUa X'aiue ior ion ciunn. T , I L . ;VERMILYA & HEIFNER, t mopniicT)H or : Nickel Plate and Oyster Bay I Restaurants. East Side North Main Street. Lunches ' and warm bread iurnlshed at the OyU:r Bny and warm meals at the Mckel Plate :W FOWLER'S LlTarjrStabUI In . B oniH'rs t tionsao1 election ,iaiika cabin Otlo Stroat, - WaUlnnton, O. j i . - rr.n;.ionsE PAINTING tencc. f'nting and Paper Hanging October prepared to do all klndsof house (l tipnll h Sign wrmng aim l'"!"-' . , "r country, on the shortest notice. townshlp.,8in(e(i( Qlllce on North K. K. L - J. H. DICKSON, ATTORNE Y-AT-L AW, WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, , WELLINGTON, - OHIO. W: F. HERRIOK, Attorney and Counselor-at-Law, WEI-IjIlTCiVTOlJT, - O Benedict's Block, 2nd Floor. HAMLIN POST, . an. !Q..i' ti A V Res WELLlMGTpHi I' I . L OHIO, Meets on the M and 4th Wodno" i day oven I Turn of . each month.-' ' l'nat room" In EmurBon'e lil'k. I. W. BEARRUP, Commander, M.W.LANG, Adjutant ,110! Thomas Dunmore, NOHWALK, - OHIO, lister, jas and Steam Fitter, AND DEALER IN Gna Fixtures, Bath Tub, Water Closet, Mnrblo Nlubs.and all kinds or Brass .Work for Hatcr.Uasand Steam. Bennett - Bros. & Co., FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS, MANUFACTURERS OF The Excelsior Wood Sawing Machine, The Quaker Brick Machine and ' : General Machine Work, Wolim.g'toxi, - Olxlo. , lltMHUikal rlaaalllall I, MAKurACTURKRS or CARRIAGES, WAGON'S AND SLEIGHS Or EVERT D8CRir"iN. ' REPAIRING A BP.' fflALTY. .11 1TY HACK. Convcya pwaenKcra to and J from the depot or around town. Order can be left at tne Hotel. 11. M. Battle, Frop'r, OBEKLIN. Arrlra dally, :00 a. m. Depart, 1 :80 p. m. DUNTINOTON, SULLIVAN and POLK. Arrtw dally, Jl :50 a.m. Depart, 1 :80 p. m. PKNF1ELD. Depart Tlcadaya, Tbnradaya aad Batnrday at iu:uua. m. Arrlra, 1:00 p. m. TONSORIAT,. I,DCKNK KOKIMMttN, the Barber, koeps J one of the ueateat, moat oonvenient liar- hap Hhnnain tiiwu. Unlr ttrnt-olHA workuiuo rnployed. A fnU axvirlnnnt of halrolla, po made and hair rentarittlve. t me u im-rooma In oouniwtlon ami furmahitd at all hours with hot and cold walor and nil nwaaarjr onnveiif ooe. llooiua, aoutu iu Liuerty airvoi. PALMER'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS, LEMON, VANILLA, ETC. ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BE THE PUREST, FINEST FLA VOH, AND CHEAPEST EXTRACTS IN THE MARKET. AXi'ncTUD oaiT ar E. A. PALMER St BRO , CLEVELAND, OHIO. W. E. WHITNEY, THE onocini. No. 8, North Main Street. A fresh supply ot Groceries and Provisions constantly on hand at Bottom Prices. Increased patronano solicited. OTJABANTEED, J.D.Zitciium ft Co. claTaUnl, 6 Dino, oimr rirKt nionaair rami l&tiMtn lnwa.ilinn..liaKoiaanu Neb., both pHiaoirAi.and Iktkr- kht (H' Ki NTKKn, made ami neito, li.liul hv tint AyLHirAM lNVftT. AMD M kmt Co., of Einmetabunr, Iowa. Alaofl nor cent. DeliontureBonda, of name com tMiny.ronnina'lOyoari mran'il by MorUiwe lonnadopoii- UI. ! ..r.Htil v Ttil'HT C(L 7 Br7ESTatMTB,of N. Y. Write for olroulara, The light-runnlnK "Union." ICE CREAM. Hear Vol Hoar Tel I am now manufacturing ICE CREAM in every style and nm prepared to supply Festivals, Tar ties and Families, by the gallon 01 Junrt. Herved by the dish in our CE CREAM PARLORS every Mi tit? X day and evening. COME ONE AND ALL. R. J. ROBINSON. 1864. ( 1886. P1EST NAT10NAMANK, WEXiXiTN-a-TOaiT, ' OHIO, 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. eg:OFriCERS.soi; S. S. WARNER, President. ,' , fi. A. HORR, Casnier. WH. CUSHION, Jr., Ass't Casiuer. . , . .. S. 8. WARNER. S. K. LAtJNDON. C.W.IIORR : t ' .' ,.. . .. ELERS: REGISTER: mm a & hi. ; ; Janaary lst-rStandard. Time, i .. aoma west. ' Standard Time Cln. Inrtplx. ft Col's Ex..-.. .. . 8:88 a. m. 5 Snoclal N.Y. Cln. ft St. L. Ex StopH on nfpnal.l . 12:18 p. m. No. m-Clevo'd ft CoPa Accom :( p. m. No. KNlKht Bx , 6: p.m. No. 81 Local Freight :00 a. m. 0OIN0 IA8T. No. ft Nicht EX... fl:fW a. m. ...:. 7:SSa. m. No. SU-Gelinn A Cleve'd Ac. . nine a I tu. Lou a a, K. Y. X.' i:wD.m. No. S Cincinnati I nd ft Cleve'd Ex. IMpiB, No.84-Local Krcicht....." :05p.m. No S, , S and M ran daily. ' Knrihi r luformaiiuu In rcaard (o tbla line will be found on pace i. . WHEELING-1 Ull im RAILROAD Cleveland & Marietta R. R. V aiwl aft,. Inn 17 1QQ1 finttl fn. A 1 Villi aim niiv.i uaiii ... iwuw, u.11.1. iui' titer uotlce, trains on this road will pass AVellington as follows: OOINQ EAST. Standard Time. No. 1 a.sse.m. No. S 11.10a.m. No. 7 l.lKp.m. No. II 0.0(1 o.m. No. 17 Local O.tta.m. OOINQ WEST. No. 4 10.10a.m. No. 6.... 145 p.m. No. B ' 11. p.m. No. lb Local : a.) p.m. . No. 11 runa dally; othera daily excopt Sunday. Farther Information In reirard to .thla line will be found on page S. FOR EUROPE. OUON LINE. Leave N.Y. Nevada May 4th, :no p. m. Wiaconain,. May llth,ll:00a. m. Alanka May lHtfc.ftp. m. v yuminj . .. ., ma stn, iu:ii a m. t'ahln rate, according to location, $nB, Til, H0; round trip f 110, 1144. Hieeraice For paaaace alio any lurinvr iniormation, appir 10 11. 0. B1UUS, Agt., Wellington, O. INMAN LINE. City of Richmond Mar loth, : p. m. City of Cheater May sehid, t a. m. City of Berlin May th, S:0 p. m. City of Chicago June Mb, 4 p. m. Kate of paaaage from New York, cabin, fW) and m, round trip till), 1144; Intermediate $, rouud trip fUO; ateerage JJU, round trip $MI. 11. u. HIUUD, Agl. Cl'NARD LINE. Servla Mar let, p. m. Unihria Mar Hth, S . m. Anranla May 1Mb, 8 p. m. Gallia May 21,1! a. m. Cabin naaaaee I'm, IX), turn, ateerage $JO, inter mediate iW. For hmher information apply to Jl.u. uiHun, Agi., ncmugwu, u. A Card. I am prepared to repair and adjust all kinds of sewinif machines on shortest n- lice; also supplies of all kind on baud. Ofllce with J. W. Wilbur, who is agent for the New Home and Union sewing ma chines. North aide public squaw. B. C. Haiud. I hoae who believe that nature wtl wnra oft a cough or cold ahould underataud that thla ia done attheexpenae of the conatltutlon. aarh time thla weakena the ayatem, and we all know that the termination of tbla dangeroua practiro ia a ton aunilivu'a grave, ltout take the chanroa, when a IHlr-eent Ixillle of Dr. Blglow'a PiMitive Cure will aafi'ly and promptly cure anr recent cough, cold or throat or lung trouble. Buy the dollar bottle of Drugglata for chroulc caace or family uae. 44) 1-8 PotatoesI PotatoesI ALL KINDS AND CHEAP! Wm. II. H. Sutliff will sell pota toes of different varieties for seed or table use, at the cellar under J. S. Mallory & Co.'a store, as cheap as can be afforded. Please give me a call and be convinced of the above facts. Fresh Fish I Fresh' Fish!! I will have on hand a constant supply of MACKINAW TROUT AND WHITE FISH, Right fresh by express from the Upper .Lake llegions. iieauquar ters at Baldwin, Laundon, Win decker & Co.'b corner. I will be ON EACH STREET EVERY MORNING with fish. Sundays orders will be filled at my house. ' Telephone orders will be filled from Tele phone No. CD. L. W. ELY. SR. A. HORR. tDWARD WEST. ' Tfif MARKETS, . The qunlWirouion cheese remain ' Ann at 9 con's.' The cheese manufactured thit spring are W"h:i excellent quality, a little above the average, but not quite enough received yet (o supply the market. BnirjfENTs fob Week Endino Mat 11. Cheese, 2351. pkgs., weighing 84,209 lbs Butter, 4)14 " " . 23,920 " ''. Cbeese. Spring ChecM, . 9 ,., General Produce. COERICTID BT BALDWIN. LADMPOH t'O. Butter, dairy, per lb.... $0.00 0.13 Butter, creamery, per lb 0.23 0.25 Chickcns.dressiil.perlb. 0.08 Eggs, per doz 0.10 Beef, por cwt COO 7.00 Hnm, smokod.ptr tt... 0.10 0.11 Alio Potatoes, her bush 0.S0 0.(10 Apples, green, per bush. 0.40 Apples, dried, per lb.... 0.02 . Tallow, per lb 0.04 Hides, per lb 0.00 Wool per lb 0.13 Buckwheat flour per cwt Maple Sngar 0.03 0.50 0.30 3.00 0.08 Maple Syrup (packages to weigh 11 Itis standard. . 0.73 .... Grain. Flour and Feed. COBBICTXD BT WlLLlNOTOM MlLLlBO CO Flour, per sack (49 a.s)..l. 80 1.55 Uraham nour.pcr cwt. . H.ou Corn meal, per cwt..... 1.00 Chop, per cwt 1.00 Middlings, per cwt 0.81) Sliorta, per cwt 1.00 Bran, per cwt 0.75 Oil Meal, per cwt 1.75 Timothy Seed, per bush. 2.00 Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.45 Corn, in ear, per bush. . 0.45 Wheat,, 0.85 Oats, lier bush... , O.U0 2.00 !0 1.10 0.85 i! 50 0.48 0.48 0.88 0.35 f USE 1 1 A 'O Voeotavbl Sioilii flMLL OHAIR BENEWER. It is a medicinal preparation, and, at the tame time, an elegant and cleanly toilet article. Its action upon the scalp If health fill. It nourishes the glands which support tho hiiir, and causes thin, dry hair to be coma thick, soft, and v Igorous. It restores tlio color ot youth to locks which have bovomo faded with age or disease; and relieves and cures Itching, caused by humors of the scalp. Dr. George Gray, Nashua, X. II., writes: "It gives me pleasure to testify to Iho wonderful effects produced by Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Itcnewcr, a) observed by mo In very many caacs. IT WILL CERTAINLY BKSTOnK Til It HAIR TO ITS ORint.VAL CO(X)H. It cleauaes the head of dandruff, nnd leaves the hnir soft, gloaty, and beautiful." F. T. Bamlheln, 1010 Spruce St., Philadelphia, ra., writes: . "After ttnavaillngly trying a number of preparations to prevent my liuir from fulling out, and, realizing that I was fittt becoming bnld, I tried, as a taut resort, Hull's nair Itcncwer. I have used only four bottles of tho rtrnewer, and am perfectly satU6ed .but It Is the bct prepa ration In the market for cheeking tho falling out ot hair, Invigorating tho hair roots, and promoting a nctv growth.'' Buckingham's Dye FOB THE WHISKERS commends Itself to all who have occasion to uo a d)0 for tho beard or muatachc. It will change gray, faded, or sandy whiskers, to a beautiful brown or black, as desired. The colors produced are natural and lasting. It canuot be washed off, contains no destructive Ingredients, Is cheap, safe, convenient to use, and effectual. PREPARED BY 8. P. HALL & CO., Kub.ua, V. H., T.I.A, Bold by all dealers la medicine. Fonrth of July in Elyria. Tho glorious 4th will be appropriately celebrated in Elyria on Saturday July 3d, on the Fair Grounds. The programme will consist in part In Firing of Cannon, Trotting and Running Races, Bicycle Tournament, Athlntlc and Field Bports, Balloon ascension, Muslo and Dancing, Minstrel Troupes, Flro Works, Etc. One of the grandest celebrations eyer held in the county is expected. E. 0. Johnston, Tres. of the day. SPECIAL NEWS From Our Eificieat Corp. of C0rr.310Bi.Bts, BRIGHTON. May 10, 1880. Chas. P. Ooss, of Oberlin, called on friends in Brighton last week. Mr. Woodward, from 111., was here on busi ness last Thursday. A full gang ot hands are working on the section now. Charlie Whipple Is in Smlthvlllo learning the dentist trade. The latest curiosity In Brighton Is a white meadow-mole, caugt by Will French. Qvicical. MEDINA. ' May 10, 1880. Mrs. A. Palmer, who has been for the past month visiting relatives lu 111., lias returned Dome. . J. P. Styer and family spent Sunday tn Riv er Styx. Walter Mallery, of West Salem, was lu town over Sunday. Misses Donnle and Susie Livingston, of Weymouth, are visiting their grand-mother, Mrs. J. A. Rettlg. Jonathan Hemming Is quite feeblo and Is not expected to live. Work bas commenced on the new residence of W. II. Albro. Q. KOClIEOTKlt. May 11, 1880. The rain of last week has delayed the plant ing of corn quite extensively. II. B. Beardsley has been arranging several flower beds on the R. R. grounds, and we must say It adds very much to the attractiveness of the same. Rashe Is chock full of business and Is bound to have the most attractive looking grounds on the Bee Line. Miss Nettle MeKinney, of Wellington, rustl eated In the country last Sunday, the guest of Miss Etta Barnes. Mrs. M. (loss Is visiting relatives In Kansas. Mrs. S. Ilanley is sick, and It seems Mr. Han ley has reached the climax of misfortune by the loss ol his sight, caused by a caturact over the eyes. Aunt Betsey Anderson Is once more with us after a long absence. Miss Mary Marshall Is teaching on the town line near the Miner cheese factory. SlOMA. I'lTTSFIlXD May 11, 1880. Ou Wednesday evening theW.C. T.U.of this place gave an entertainment at the Town Hall In aid ot the Union. Musio by the Tlthera Band ot Oberlin, Interspersed with aongs by home talent. At the close ot the exercises In the lower room, the friends partook of a ten cent supper In the,opper room, the waiters be ing In Chinese (T)fostume. A very large at tendance; net proeees,'about twenty-five dol lar. . j Quarterly meeting at the Moiliodist church next Saturday and.Hunday. Mrs. Trego, the Evangelist, will commence a series of gospel temperance meetings In tbe M. E. church next Sunday efenlng, to contin ue through the week. Our farmers are busy with their eorn ground, the weather being very favorable and the land In fine order for working. Some Inquiries for seed-corn. Making garden Is proceeding In good earn est. ,1 hope the sayings ot "Democrat" are not endorsed by the Democrats generally. I do not believe half what he says. M. NI'KNCKIC , May 10, 1880. A flue growing time. There will be a concert at the M. E. church next Sunday evening. Quarterly Meeting of Methodists at River Corners next Saturday and Sunday. Two railroad meetings last week and but lit tle done. Too bad. Several gentlemen from our county seat were present at the railroad meeting last Wednesday evening. Cyrus Walters' title child was very slek last week, but Is recovering at present. Mrs. J. C. Xurry, of Wellington, with her lit tle son and daughter, visited Mr. and Mrs. Murryla.it week. Revs, lluntabergerand Mills were at Medina last Tuesday and Wednesday attending the M. K. district conference. B. 0, Coleman and his sister Addle; went to Elyria the 3d to be present at the Installation ol Good Templar officers. Mrs. J.C.Stnne, Orand Worthy Vice Temp lar, lectured at the M. E. church last Monday and Tuesday evenings. Wallace Innian. of Korwalk, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Inman. last week. JlKXIAS."' May It, 1880. Cool nights. Farmers busy. House cleaning a thing of the past. John Heyd bas his house newly painted. . Mr. ogle is the new Junltorat M. K. church. A. T. Van has hlslttore newly painted and cnrrles'as large and line a aluek aa any store on the Western Reserve. Jennie Hair Is teaching In the Millerdlstrlct. The Ladles' Aid Sielety of the M. K. church met with Mrs. Nm to I IhhI week. We are still t3n ah.irt on th- amount as signed to Spencer for tile new ii. It. A II. lie more diligence 011 l ie part of tlo- Mnninilttee will ralae the required amount. Rev. Huutslierger attenilei nunrterly con ference at I'olk on Tuesday. The Ladies' Aid (Ninety of the IlaptlHt church met with Mrs. Levi tlenr this week. The lady teni pennies lecturer lulled to make her appearance Monday evenl ng. Eight were baptized at the M. K. church Sunday. Emerson Miller has painted his house anew. AXATkia. IllINTINUTO.X. May 10, 188d. Weather quite cool and rain Is plenty. If houses are not cleaned this spring, It won't be for lack of soft water. Mr. Carl Rogers and wife went to Homer last Monday to attend the funeral ot Mr. Rogers' coUBln, Mr. Albert Vorhees, who died on May 1st, of consumption. We verily supposed wn iu.,,. .. - ...... , .nun iiir truth last week In what a,. ...m i .,. Baptist minister, but Wednesday came and he did not, and we have since learned that be is vugoiorenneici. Borne mlsunderstaiiiilna-. Miss Adall Clark la h short time. We were vt rv iriftd t. an, v- u. t..-.. pleasant face In l,er class in Sunday-school on Sabbath. Her health .,.. i,.. she ha been able to be at church but little for months, and her little class miss es her very much. There will be scrvl,. in i, w i- . t ... ... ... 1.. viiurcn ou Thursday eveniug. preparatory to communion .... .u,. vuancriy conference meets Saturday evening in tbe upper room In the M. E. church. Dr. Iloyt will be there, and he hopes all members of the conference will be hut icusi on Sunday morulng at 9:30. Dr. Iloyt will preach tiext Suuday morning in the M. E. church, Mr. Augustus Ledyard and his son Harry were at church Sunday. 1- Mrs. Dr. Lee Is able to walk about the bouse, alao to ride out when the weather la pleasant. wuh,' '7 ."""li lBtter Imrt of t" week with her slater, Mrs. Zarllda Rogers. At the meeting nf 11.0 v c. ... u- i . -ium, nocieiy ast eduesdny, the ladles decided to have an ice-cream festival as soon as planting , over. They also appointed a delegates to theannu- """" aKHwmusky in June. Mrs. Emma Wells, Mrs. Abble Smith; alternate, Mrs Addle Phelon, Mrs. Zarllda Rogers. The clouds looked so mueh like rain on Sab bath morning that there was a very small con KregatlonattheM.E. church, but those who went were well paid, for Mr. Daws a usual gave as one of Ids best and most practical ser mons. Ills subject was "Conscience," I Tim. 1.1K. Those who were absent missed one good sermon. g LA GRANGE. May 8th, 1880. Times busy. News scarce. Literary at town hull Friday pasaed off very plcaHi.th th H fllflilrAn doing their parts well. The audience mulnly remaining at home. Rev. Mr. Booth and fnmllv- linvn Ian a it spending the week with his mother. Ucorge Soules and frau have p icked up band box and lmjriniiru nnd Imvn t,iV., themselves to Ehart D. 8. Miller, in a few days, will leave his fine residence In town and move W.b to his farm. Uncle Peter Oott and wife seem per fectly happy aud contented since tlmlr r. turn to their old home. Mrs. Vinton Sheldon, of Peoria. Ill . la visiting at F.V.Sheldon's. The following young ladies seem to be enjoying their work as school-ma'ams very much. Misses Nellie Northrop, Jennie Roberts, Lizzie Holcomb, Ida Pel ton and Jennie Webber. LaGrangelaa very quiet town since the re-election of our Democratic marshal and the election of our Republican May or. Who can ask for more delightful spring weather, greener fields, more rapidly growing vegetation and Yonns Dryltt SULLIVAN. Behold 1 the time of liouse-clcaning Is hero. Tie an extra string around your tongue that you may, with patience, pull the carpets that won't come, and remain quietly angelic while the rest of the world Is in general and unavoidable con tusion. The relatives of Mr. Parks, who were expected from Japan, have arrived. We hope to hear them sicak on the subject, "Japan," soon. Union Sunday school was organized at the Baptist house three weeks aj;o, A. A. Rogers, Superintendent. Mrs. Julia Parmely visited Miss Maud Mann in Oberlin this week. Charlie Bidinyer has grown rapidly worse since our last writing, although at present he Is slightly improved. .Mis. M.J. Rogers has been sick for about three weeks with erysipelas. Dr. Georgo Wecdman attends her. Some of the Sullivanites attended the grand opening at the Wellington opera house by Rhea and her troupe, and pro nounced it fine. Miss Corrinne Rice spent Saturday and Sunday at home. All those who desire to study painting, should apply at once to Miss Nellie Rog ers. Duo. PEN FIELD. May 10th, 1880. Last Wednesday the M. E. church soci al, of Spencer, met at Rev. O. II. Norton's, in the south part of our town, and Judging from the number of teams headed that way, we think that they must have bad quite a pic-nlc. Our village blacksmith, Mr. eWade Join son, luhly came to the conclusion that It was not good for man to be alone, so he brought home a bride, a Miss Hoi. comb, of La O range. , The meetings ut tho M. E. .church are still in progress. Mrs. Trago la a very plain, practical preacher. The church it being revived and many are manifesting a desire to forsake thoir evil ways. Mrs. Philo Penfleld, or Shelby, Mich., is visiting her lathor and mother, Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Norton. J. C. Smith and wife, ot Qralton, spent Saturday and Sunday in towu, visiting friends and attending the meetings. Ctnuintud on tkt Kifktk foe. on the 11 tr 1 but rowitiw. i minWal on Wo i l ,-r- - r- 11 I 1