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. -7 LiJNElAND. 0. r" 4 4 X .".- I '. . . f I - ! '. '. 1 1 -14 I -Ia- j . II'.- - .:. I 15 ' ' M 1 f . U . . w 'Ill I III M KrVQL.XXX.Tr' '.',,' :' WELLINGTONt OHIO. WEDNESDAY; AUGUSTn. ;.:!;.-:r'U J'. , F FrTR P RHTV -4 M"1 lac modern ini- v . . . Ii-'. 'fl.i. Iv!j: ' ".' '"V'DauffhertvV'ficlman Ss Co.:; ; , are,s feytJiV-lUM'adill'.witli a '.for : he'"f iyiiiiff ihtrioW "' :;) " All stf aw jjoo U 'v. Ill Tje closed out at cut pi ices. The asortraent is good and we have nearly every size. ; r , , j , , ' , ." .;; . ' ' ' ' . '. ' Nedl dee Sh rts. The iwvI, patterns, ' "just received, are from,, the best ffikers in the country. The soft ibosom shirt with collars ami cuffa etached is' Very ; popular-, and will surely please those whd are, seeking comfort. t .,- ,.il G t m it imvmn k SO U ft ,T -K V U ' Jt . i 1 ..I DR. J. W. 1; Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Cheraicles, 'i iiie roiict roaps, urusnes, . '. . .": Combs, etc., etc. , ;- .rerfumpy and Fancy Toilet Articles in great variety. Also a full line of hard and soft rubber goods. Druggist's j Sundries. . t -Physicians Carefully " I -rnaiin rnf" nmiCTr pRATT & IIERRICK, flour and feed TnAVtLtnO ' ntulO It r 8tore- Free Jelivery to all parts of the LL corporation. , Kailroad street. - v BIG FOUR, r ,. , .a t.m. TTARRY L- K1. Dentist, Otterbaclier lneBect.lttT24. 1Mb. BtanUrd time. H b,ock on xiurg(ay8 . , 5. ".?J.m Vod?."M .m by Dr. C. T. King, of New London. (12 " 27 ...... 5:2 " " 2 8:11 " : : : I S,: l$ P, n. suJLF'dTalr inco1-"thra- " s .. 8-W " "24...... 82 1 cite, Massillon, Jackson, etc. Terras " 61 loc U 11 00 " , "52 loe it Wft P n cash. Office West Liberty street. Tele- ; j ' ' " -' J t ''' ephone 48. ' Nos; B, 26.. fi, 27, 61. dally .except SunflaV. Noi. ' U, 85. SI. 2, S, aally. " ' y. a. Sunday only. ; . p SAGE & CO., insurance agents. Fire, o j Tj1 lie accident and tornado. Kepre- w J-i X sent best companies in the United States. ' In effect Dec. 8. 1895. 1 Standard time. Wadsworth block. "iloinnwe8t-6:32a.m.;ll:S3a.m.i8:04p.ni. i : 7 to 9 p. m. Residence on Forest avenue. B. & O. T35 KBStbnund trains leave Nova at 12:01 p. T -.T.-,.T.T . , , m and t4 41 i; m" Leave Sullivan at 12:09 T N. GOODWIN, insurance agent and p."m. and t4:49 a. m. Leave Lodl at 12:30 p. IX notary public. Deeds, wills, con- "wesKd "a n.:ieave"Nova at 2:22 p. ?clh etc., written neatly and legally. m Leave Sullivan at 2:13 Over Serage's shoe store, p "Jn. and tt:2 a. m. Leave Lodl at 2:01 a. 'ny?Stopon9Wrt.rony. P VANATOR. Notary Public. Deeds, - - -rrz J Mortgages, Leases, Contracts, Etc., "M"rvv"hiirn Ohio neatly drawn at reasonable rates. Collec JlNUI UiCi.ll vsiiuj. tions Rnd the execution 0f peDgion vouch- Trains eolna west leave Spencer. 0., at f are specialties. Crosier Block, Well- 7-14 p. m.. 10:25a. m. HuntlDKton, 7:S9 p. ington, O. m. 10:37 a.m. Bakers7:47 p.m.. 10:42a.m. " Trains going east leave Spencer, 0., at 2:2H p. m.. 8:05 a. m. HuntlnKton. 2:14 p. o L. BLINN, attorney-at-law and no- jMat, m. Bakers. 1M p. .. 7: a. m Lf. tnry public, will attend to all legal DENTISTRY. A. W. Hazel, Dentist, business in Lorain, Medina, Ashland, and Office in Harvey Block, Welling- Huron counties and elsewhere, that may ton Ohio. 48 be entrusted to him. Prompt attention ' given tocollections. Contracts, deeds.mort- EH. PERKINS, attorney nnd coun- gages, etc., legally and neatly drawn. gelor-at-law Office over Crabtree's Olfice over Goodrich's clothing store, west market, West Main street. side public square, JT. HASKELL, attorney-at-law and , Z T . notary public. Loans and collections bright 'a Celery Tea regulates the nuuujr (jii ... .... liver and kidneys, tures constlpat on VU a specialty .Ofliee in bank biul.ling. Mtf Afjk hca(lache 25o at all irui:iclBt3 jmS opdiied; and v a ' -full line of campaign ., t "'" ' " cap !man Go, ? flgf,JGxclusiye Clothiers. HOUGHTON. Prescriptions Compounded, 4 THE TOWN FiLLED WITH STARS SUSPENDED FROM WIRES. ."srftu'rdaji Evetilnaf AV;W'h Oiiljt timi W AV-eliinBtuii.--Tlie Ol.l CimJ oil f ;t in Jiuiii oi use lliiiri Hnnw Vm . d . Jiuiiu4 6i.tat to Onr., .. tvi Saturday evening. August J," im, xrkt( one.of ttio mntful pprioiia in .the hi'tuf of Wellington., As HuioVolIa oa .,C(ii wr ations through their ngents, 6s vvpllap. iiKllyidnals, cast ajdo 'tJio )A ainl'-patV take of t ht new 'aiid 'imprfnywi facililieb lo enable them .to expedite bnslnofiB more rapidly nnd better-aud'tit the 'eatiio' tinie njoy luxury and cmnfort; fr"'s'.,,"t''(4 August (J..1855, a iietiiion was prescfit pd to the county-'cofiMriiidn'orJ "(o''fit aflWc certain lhuits'sit the' -o)iltr L )! ington township that were 'ocewjiH-d; H five hundred or t;tir' prrsrtnar iir '(ihivt tli&t the " poopin n.jjiht , .ntroi; ' .'sui, land and givwu thcmst'lvrp. i Arch mature deliberation tile ' granted and oa Dceenjlier 3 ,Vr Ilitf WnW year oflicera anil t r u's wra " n'w There for pplehave b,en .grains t r p j M,h8 l'y W if the. oil; lamp. On several occibdnna :iiiiin n.n ..., , - -"' tii'r jincj' few. years efforts have been made' to ' es tablish waterworks1 and electric lights. Some favored' estu&Kshinjr the Jailer alone, and 'others the' 'former, w'.i'il.v. ii large number wautcil au'opiiropritiMon large enough to istaUii ulU Vjh' Ukj same time and fha- result w.W.iiotliL-r was consumated. - : y' i Last winter n representative of tin Warwick Electric Liirht Coioiimmv." ,.r Cleveland, came to town and interviewed the mayor on the subject of. the town granting a franchise for an electric light' plant. The inaynr, brought (.he; matter before tho council and in a short, time a contract was entered into for -ihi company to furnish fifty arc lamps and light tho town, with yk.ciridty U' ft period of fifteen years. , An oiilliianee was then passed granting the fran-i chise. ' . ' ' ' Several dates were aunonriced fr " tlwH work to begin, but' for various reasons ll am not, mm lit (111" tlllie It VII. CWltimil nf c.lllliur uluifll.ur i,l..i.,i. ... ported that the con pauy would bo ufi - able to carry out the agreement, but not withstanding adversities, Mr. C. N. Cun ningham, the energetic business maling er, never yielded. He fought tho inatter through and has finally come out the victor. Great credit is certainly due this gent Ionian for the untiring energy he put forth in fathoming the rlnaocUl stream to accomplish such great results. After the work on the plant was begun an Injunction was served upon the com pany, restraining them from proceeding further with excavating in the reservoir until the plaintiff's grievance could be heard and adjusted. This delay, with the heavy fall ot rain, has been the means ot delaying the completion of tjie reservoir. !' - , -,. k . Friday the current was turned on to one circuit, merely to test It, but Fafnr day evening was the time set apurt'.for the formal opening. At half past seven o'clock Mayor Conch was at the plant and touched the button which sent the current to fifty-three arc lamps setting the town ablaze, and simultaneously the whistles began to blow and bells to ring, which continued for several minutes. VA large crowd from this and Rurronnding towns were soon onhw streets to assist in celebrating the occasion ami did not adjourn until the town clock announced the arrival of a new day. - - The old lamp posts have been land marks for the town for many years, one hundred and eighty-five nights In the year. The man In charge would apply the match to the wick iu the cnat oil lamp to Illuminate the town, in order that the pedestrians might proceed with safety from darkness into light; bat this plan of lighting Is now numbered with the things that were. 'Therefore, fare well to the outfit. They have served us faithfully to the end and the time tins npw arrived when they must be set aside ' t " I. It ' v If' v 1 IfJ- - v . ;K4'I it ;.' i 1 , - Wtrive place to niw niore modern im: prV.Ph)Piit:'.'s Peace to their ashes. " t TJ16 Warwick KItfctrIp Wauufacturin'g vYT""' .""f uwipiuioii uniuT tiie lafs of the slate o Ohio, geptembor 19, 1895, and purchased the business, tools, etc if 11m, bieterictifi. Warwick Electric Co.atida,si acr(iiire(t ,t!ie;ttmre recent palents'of Mpp, ft.' Warwick,', The well WV1. Mwr,t,''4 whf ao bertiiiie. their Vh-ctrical. engineer. The e iuny riid he flret Avork i;i ,lh elec tricaljine ii tJu town "of Weliingtou wlM'ii tliey Wired tin? hew Ctmgregatiouilr fhftrdt;li)d tht) nfefitly 'tlifough' the Vrtfyf t.i i?h)WJetory, here... Jliey He purchased about , uix and oue-half it gr.iuu(i a:ij l erected thereon a fjr& brick factor.vand power house, which thi-rfaVe applied yituf two 100 horse po'wfr; Beilers,' ,turiu;'Wwially : to' their ,xiv&"M J0'CUjf,'.lr;ii .jyiu-ks Co., ,!(; . . t ... ...... .. . .i ttw.c!)uh.ijwt'ieu km'in.eMgmus i:w olifubrjiw; iipparitiw Wan designed, liy Mr: Winvick," ini? cmisW.' of ihrw are .iyfliiirifi Ii:tv:V a ca;jacity of forty MYlghti (if 2,t)0! iioiifiiia! can i'.:e i,i,wer: !lV,! '"'"'id'-a-'f"' tiww-h.-tving a - ; " i'"M ' f5 vujm y eur,-, , ft ':';f .f ,utHii M,- .:-wihw ..... rl .;.. . . .. .. . ;:;fl,ci.n:ny'rna,,nr.ictu arc laum iiyH.uiot.ioge.mtte.ies.'eic - .ui&tavcJe ,l(,d ..uiLW. i;,,,,,; i ,ilel .jijejwe ,iind iniiieis' Jauipn.. i.ml p'o'lhtff tkcuical uppliaiiccH.- . ... ifii all tlie'C'ir'ciiiisiipw.iiils of five tons of Cii'i'per v, Ire lujve been used' iu umi .sj,ri;cUui; the main and Iced yU( on irtjittife;s. Tlitw wires are supported, on sevwi car luai;.0t' line cedar pu'l-. . ;HUiulilin is a lino brick .siructure, lliuaiu pat I being (Kixtiu, t wo stories. Tlie fltsistoiy b 'sixteen feet' nnd'- the sn;t. twelve feel. "' The boiler vooni is ffliiiiP :;lory. with a sixty-fool, stack, iiriii Iiisiile.,, '!'!ie boilers are supplied Willi tiileivd watfr, which is drawn from iim:t"lu.t will be filled only once in UvtVi.r tlm'e vveks. On the ground floor in tireiHitiu b'liining there is a machine sho:.t)fjiii3I)eia V six' hithes, . planer, diijj pj-s end a!i nther necesfiuy mu cliinery, which i operated bv lii itors lu hhi - -is-, tbe buiiiiinir which will be 3; 4 l..-"6rL.' THE PLANT. coiipp.l with 23.1 clis o'Tterage b.it-j teriea, having u capacity of '300 aniphere ; hours; . This will carry the light ihiyj load u ml also maintain the incandescent, lauiw during iho late hours or the night i in residences, : In the. ninth -ast corner' of tho ' nxim ii the manager's otftee, 1 drafting and -falesroom. The room ad-! jncent is set apaitfur the manufacture of arc latlips. At the top of the stairway is a dark rocin, which will be used for testing phofolnati'rial, power of lamps, , etc. eajung ou,t or this room is b meter anilf.esUiigio(iui,This r Kiui is not as much of a necessity trf many people would sim-1 pose,- hbmIioi eb etrie meter has onlv one bad liHMt, tlmt'of running slow. It never 1 runsTat. .The passage way at jhe h"ad ' lif fill uillll'U'n V tj hHnd tl-ll'i Uma ..li.l I . r.v .7 w. i .. t.j. ta .ititrii i.iLtl miQ T-lili- ing diMrs.to, receive- .heavy goods from the elevutor. xl'he noiihweht, and south west corners and. side of the room is whentheHtonue batteries nr maiiu factured, wbieli are tne principal divi dend earners of the plant, as iher ap pear to he a ureal denmiid for stoi'Hue batteries for phonograph and kiuetscope purposes, Theofllceis well lighted and favored with a flre-priMif vault, and miMlerii furniture, hence, is a cheerful and eonuniuMoiis room for transaetiog bnslnes. The id'tcial stnffisC N. CiiiniinirhMm. president; P. B. Warwick, elecfrlciati: C W. ('as.v. secretary nnd tieiHiiw; Oeo. Wise, n chiioiciii engineer; Jnmes CurtN, yiti"V illteuderit consliiictioe; tieo. Fisher, siipeiinteiiiieut iiiiirbl'ie shop; W. Van former, second engineer, (iitviu Mc Min pliv. hiiMp fitter; John Sharp, fin ninu; Misi ''oiii ii.illoiini, ninaiiiieiij. Tho lei lowing iiuuied persons will )i slile ln this place; Mr. end Mrs. 1'. C. Warwick and fmiillv; Air. and Mrs. (). W. Casey and famiiv; Mr. and Mrs. (jiki. Mise And family, Mr. end Mr. James CuvMh ftml family; Mr, and Mrs. im. Fisher and ramify; Mr. ami Mrs. V. Van Wnrti'r and fo'pilv! Mr. and Mrs. John Phn'Ti "'! faio!r; Mr. nnd M". fJavin r'cMn'pby C. N. Cnnninghamj Miss Nora Ualloran. ; CORRESPONDENCE. NEWS';iTEivig FROIV? 'buV MEJGH- , BORING TQWNS.t; ),. ' , .'.,. All About Itwoiit HappenluBH ud Kvviita of Special fntermt t Jtud- ' or ortlve Knt-rprlso, Oleimea 8 ' bt H Oorp o' Reportei H. ' ' ' ArfirST -Z-yirt:-Rkhanl iiiii;'''(.r .N'ew pondoii.-'k'toppi a Jtew. davf.lWi weok vlt!i Hiss Me ikim. ,rC , . Adani .Simimeri,. i CharJo'tto, - Mich., is veiling old friends in and hear ,Nwa. Mr. anil Mrs. Clias. Crittenden, of Rug gl.. Hundiij'ed ni her pnrentu, : Mr.' and .MrI Jolm Cniniiine; ,. 1 i"'?'jl ''si : Mr."nrnl Mrs'. ; Cert'' Ford, of Adarlol .wej-eat C. W. Uarl's last . Saturday and Mij. JV, Kifliards and her two sons returned lu their home at Cleveland Mast .Ui!i1iy i ' ' ' ' - The ice errtun social at 1). C'tltesiz's last'Tliuitil.r; night. Was'. a, success," iiot- .jvithmHiiiliiij). inelcniebey .'.the VJ ...... ""'"'C etltli avB Iatst- - " Mrs; J.,!,,, Porter 5 lister J cilli paired M nsiey h laarjiunilay. 1. iiil. Pa nk. anil wifn rHtn.iii.,1 llw.ii. TU V WUlwt week ... T;1'10 . werp' at ,l.y !tutur.l.ya,M Sunday, visit- injr trieWlR. ' - JiKsert Anna Hastings and Jessie Kip linger, of r.ed Haw, called on old frisnds liers'liist. Sunday v Miss Ilastiugs went tTrh 'Frtirfudd ou Tuesday following to viuit with friends there. I Fortney ami wife, of Nankin, were IhogiinislH of Miss "Nora Crumrine last bimdiiy. ' " i "' , ;' Misses Minh'.e and Jennie Stone, of Snvaiirmli, were te guests ; of : Mr. and Mr,s. C W. Hart a few days bust week. . ) . Mr. ami Mrs. George Luce, of Ashland, were at 0. Kelsey's last Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Bailey, of Savan nah, were the guests of Miss Eflle Rich ards last Sunday. ', , . . .. Fraulc Ilnlbrook and wife, o Ashland, cailed to see E. L. Rogers and wife last Thursday.. . Mr. Rogers has been quite sick, but id convalescing. ' '. Mrs. Dr. c. 15. Weidman and two chil- 1 1 V r-ll " :tv' dren, Mrs. Hugh Murray and daughter are taking a week's outing ou Lake Erie. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Worst returned last Fridav from a week's outing at Llnwood. Mrs. John Weidman. from Nankin. nnd Mrs. Artman, of Galiou, were at Mrs. S. Weedman's last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Clara Kiplinger is taking in the centennial at Cleveland. Mfs. Rholeder and son. of Mifflin, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fox last Saturday and Sunday. ' r Miss Alta Biddlmrer hml frlnmla fmm Shelby visiting with her lat Sunday. Dr. 0. P.. Richards, who has been' sick for some time is able to be on theBtreets. HUNTINGTON. , Atocst 3,-Milo June Is in Cleveland aain and we hope will come back soon tiincli improved in health. . Mrs. Stella Smith and Mrs. Ara Barb er, or Centertou, spent Sunday at M. D. Smith's. Mrs. M. R. Smi.h returned from Clev- lnnd where she spent last week attend ing the centennial. Mr. and Mrs. Geer. of Wellington. vis ited at W. W. Ward' The excursion t Silver lake last Fri day was well (?) patronized there being one ticket sold at this place. Many people hail with joy the return of pleasant weather and some hnve cut their oats with cradles, scythes, mowing machines, iu fact any way in order to get them cut. Rev. nnd Mrs. McCasky spent last week in Cleveland in attendance at the cen tennial. They report a good time. Mary Sprague, of Wellington, visited at Milt Haulk's recently. Mrs. Steadman, of; Michigan, visited at her cousin's P. z. stnii..fnr"r ' v : The Sumner irU 5 Are visiting their grand parents Mr. am! Mrs." A. .1. H-irrei'l. Miss Florence Rood, of , k. n, . visited last week with Litta. Ph;!on.V', . . , .'. The Senior Epwoi th lptiue 1 1 h . 1 (..harge of the service last Sunday evei.ing at the M. E. church it being -the oi (M.,ion o! 'theiranniversary.' They ) id well am4 gave to themstdves and their ladit iiiiich credit.- The expect to hold an ice .cream social at the M. E. church parlor, on. Tuesday evening, August 4. " Miss Nora Long visited ut home last week. ' ' : . i. . ' ' Miss Alma Ilaulks I?, visiting at Frank Richmond's'. '' . E. I). Ward was in town picking black berries one day la.st week; i , , We are called upon to. chronicle th? deateojan old settler, Abert Nooneyj who died last Tuesdny, July 2S, ; beinj nearly seventy-iiine years of age. ' . . Miss Lucy Nimox and Lena-Rogers arn Visiting in ObcrUm ... ;'"'pit'tsfield.,t. ".' ... , Ar-;fbT 3. The aa-ial at Mr. Wilson'r , last Thursday evening was a success. There-were about eighty-five in attend- ' mice. ; 'Rev. Jieiehcl ami wife spjit two day.- in Cleveland last week. , ' . , . Rev. Bentley riitiirned home last Fridav from a four weeks visit in Canada. ' " Rev. I). Kneaie and wife spent a few days in Granger. Kva Knealo Is entertaining friend-fro.-s Cleveland. Miss Nellie Tucker, of Wellington ' spent last week at L. A. Cole's. Grace and Howard Blackwell, of La Grange, attended the meeting at the Con gregational church Sunday evening. . The funeral services ot the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs Henry Eldrlch. of Toledo, were held at II. Betts,Monilny! Rev. Hagermau otllciating. The anti-saloon meeting held in tht Congregational church Sunday even ing was well attended. A.' R. Web ber delivered a very stirring address.aftei which Theo. Remly organized a ' league and about sixty joined. The' following officers were chosen: C. F." Avery toi president and a vice-president from each church and society; from the Congrega tional. J.'S. Bald win; tho M. E. church. Frank Root; the Christian Endeavor! Rev. Bentley; the Epworth league,- Mrs. neicnei; v. u. T. U., MissFrancis Young; K.0.;J.M.;,0tisAVhituey;L. 0. T, M.. Mrs. Frank Root; for secretary and treas- . urer, Mrs. Campbell. ' Tlw.rclghteenth auuual,rfl:miimatf ,' basket picnic of the soldiers' and sailors' of Lorain county, will be held in Pitts field, "August 13, in connection with the dedication of the sew soldiers' monu ment. The meeting will be called to or der at 10 a. m. sharp. Following is au outlino of the exercises: Bussness meeting ami election ot of ficers. Address of welcome. Response to address ot welcome. Adjourn for dinner. Ono p. in. Dedication of monument by the G. A; R. immediately followed by an oration bv Col. Winsliip. orcievelan,! Ohio. Three p. m. Short add rades and others. Music will be irifprsnoisuwi nf infio u luvciiai? throughout the program. ROCHESTER. Arei'ST 3.-M188 MeBride. of Ravenna. is visiting her sister Mrs. E. Stanlev of this place. Miss Gross and Miss Jpaatu Slioato . " - kui.tai il Ashland, are visiting friends lathis place. Miss Miller, of Kansas, is vinitino at Mr. and Mrs. Burt Stevens on. the Butler road. Rev. W. A. Rilev. of Ashland, will fill the nulnit for Rev. T.nah at. tim Rntin church and at the Congregational church ii 1 1 at uie usuni nour. News received here that onA nf tho Aid pioneers ot the Butler road,; A. Kitchen had passed away. Funeral Wednesday at 10:30 a. m. Miss Nellie Lane, of Charlotte. Mich is visiting her grand parents, Mr. and r airs, urapo ot mis place. C. II. Felton anrl fnmliv nf riovoion.i ..j t v.. viviciauu, have moved back to Rochester for a ehort time. Renia Bioce Is viaitincr friends In Cleveland this week. Rev. Lash leaves for his home in Ath. ens 0., this week and wili attend the yearly conference ot the Freo Baptist at niton. j wnere ne will be examined 'for ordination. , D. L. Slanter. of Limn, o vrf I'Hll 11.' guest of Clare Becker last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. Dudley, ot Sullivan, were the guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Miles Fishor, Sunday. Remember the loan exhibition, beirin- - ing August 11. Everybody come and yot: will be well pleased. If von have ever seen a litt.la cliii.i in . the agony of summer complaint you can realize the danger of the trouble and ap preciate tho value of instantaneous re lief always afforded by DeWitt's Colic and Cholera Cure. For dysentery anr diarriioeait is a reliable remedy. We could not afford to recommend this as t. euro unless it were a cure. J. W. Hough- iou.