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. 2jcai s0c . THIRTY-SECOND YEAR WELLINGTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1898. NO 40 r Men's, Boys' and Children's CLOTHING. EXCELLENT LIGHT OUR STREETS ARE NO LONGER DARK AND GLOOMY. This Season finds us better prepared than ever before to supply your wants in Clothing, Hats, Caps and Furnishings. Th.e StvleS are distinctively different and the many y oftrnH-ivft nnttftrns Are cut and tailored in the very latest fashion. What a satisfaction it is to visit a place where they can show the latest weaves and styles from leading manufactur- ers, season after season. "NTa-ntr TViincra are always in evidence here. We havs IN ew J. muga flo0r 8pace for "back -numbers." From time to time, in buying to replenish three stocks, we acquire exceptional values in one or another of Our Big Departments. This Time it is Shirts. They are the "Honarch" Brand," sold every where at $i.oo each. We have 300 of these High- Grade, Colored Shirts, Laundered Bosom, Separate Link Cuffs, that will go at FIFTY CENTS while they last. They are well made, from selected material and new, up-to-date patterns. See them in outside case. Our Electric Lighting System la More Than Natiafactory and the Light Olven U Equalled by Few, Excelled by None The Water Works Service Proven First-Class. The electric light and water-works plant Is now nearly completed, and with the exception of the stand-pipe has been tested to the entire satisfaction of the engineer, Mr. Barton J. Ashley of Chicago, Ills., under whose personal supervision it haB been con structed. When finished Wellington will have one of the most completo and eco nomical systems In existence, and at the lowest possible cost, which reflects great credit on the mayor, council and the en gineer, who by their presistent and un tiring labors have brought about such splendid results. The machinery and equipments are a credit to the contractors. The electrical equipment was furnished by the Fort Wayne Co. The engine and steam fit tings by Arbuckle - Ryan Co., the engine of the Russell make, the work of laying the water pipe by T. C. and H. M. Brooks, who furnished a Hugnes pump, the stana pipe by tho Standard Bridge and Boiler Co., of Bellaire. 0. All of which has been thoroughly inspec ted by Mr. Ashley who has proved him self to be a very competent, honest, and conscientious man and well qualified for the work of engineer and builder of such a system. length of stroke being 20 inches and the piston head 14 inches. The circumfer ence' of the large pulley is 26 feet and 10Js Indies. The engine weighs over six tons and rests on a foundation cover ing 20 sq. feet of bed surface and is 7 feet deep made of brick laid in hydraulic cement. The engine is capable of deliv ering 120 horse power. Arc Light Dynamo. This machine is a direct current ma chine capable of operating (50 arc lamps of 2000 candle power each, and requires about 40 horse power to operate it when running full load. . "J . ' Alternator. ;l Ils machine will operate 1000 It can dle power lamps at one time, but can or dinarily accomodate from 1200 to 1500 lamps, as it is not at all probable that the whole installation would be burning at one time. The machine forces a pres sure of 2000 volts, but the eurrent is con verted down to 100 volts by means of transformers before entering the build ings to which it supplies current for lighting. . The current from both machines is controlled by the various instruments and appliances attached to the marble switchboard. Distribution System. The water mains are made of soft cast iron from the ores of Tennessee, are sub jected to tests of 400 lbs. pressure to the square inch at the foundry and to a pressure of 150 pounds after having been laid in the trenches. There are 45 doub le nozzle fire hydrants, each nozzle hav ing a two and a half-inch opening. Steam rlUhlK. - With regard to this part of the work the convenience cau only be appreciated by thofenginw who operates the plant. The combinations therein contained are numerous and ample for the various em ergencies that are likely to arise and too complex to be satisfactorily de scribed in words. LEWIS-NORTON. FASHIONBLE WEDDING AT S ANDREW'S. ELYRIA. An Elyrla Young Lmly a Clve and Man Important SocMy Kv. ul - The llrlile Well Known llnr-Wellington 1'enple Present. ELYRIA, Sept. 2!).-The Elyria Repub lican published today the following ac count of the Lewis-Borton wedding. A beautiful church wedding was held at St. Audrews, Tuesday evening, the contracting parties being Miss Elizabeth Lewis, daughter of ex-County Clerk and Mrs. II. J. Lewis, of East Fifth street, and Mr. Thomas Ernest Borton. of Cleve land. Mi&s Lewis is one of Elyria's popu lar society young ladies, a member of tho 'DD Literary Club, and well known to all tho young people of the city. Mr. Rorton is a prominent Clevolander and is connected with the Dime Savings Bauk of that city. Miss Fannie Olmstead rendered sever al choice selections and accompanied Rev. E. J. Craft and Mrs. W, S. Miller in two magnificent solos. The former sang The Royal i the highest grade baking powder fcaowa. Actual testa allow It goes ea third further Uaa aay other bread. OYrJ &AKI110 POWDER Absolutory Pure ROVAl BAKINO POWDeR CO., NEW YORK. of wearing apparel which Mr. Geo. Lewis was ostensibly holding preparatory to the departure of the newly married couple slipped out the back way, took a hack in the alley and wenf by the electric line to Lorain, thence to Cleve land. The company waited in vain for them at the Lake Shore depot and now some unused rice can be bought cheap. Mr. and Mrs. Borton will take a two week's wedding trip ;to the Alleghanies aooooe0OWmW 1 s , - v t laughertf He man Oo. A complete Stock of Builders' Hardware, White Lead, Mixed & Dry Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Etc., at EANSOM & WILBUR'S. DR. W. L. HOLBROOK. 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE. ' v Bridge Work, Gold and Porcelain Crown. Our . reputation is a guarantee. Mrs. Holbrook helps. Yes, go to The Rodhouse Gro cery, where you can get the Best. Poor goods are dear at any price. They keep a full line of Staple and Fancy Grocer ies. Baking Powder purest of the pure. THE RODHOUSE Grocery Provision Store East side North Main Street. We are not Going to Leave Town, Or quit business, but we are going to stay and meet all compe tition in our line, of trade. Our Prices Will be as low as any, not only for 30 days, but for all time to come. It is the same old story the old reli able is always the best to do business with. Come and see us and get prices be fore you buy. Wire, woven cot beds, $L00. A. G. & Q. L. COUCH. Dealers in Furniture, and Undertakers. -I.. , , j - ? i ' f - ' 5 ' . ... -v. . u- - V' Yv... "'l.l'.'F. 'l."W- l('VIIJ',!!'l'll"lll.'-',"lT!''!l''.,ll".''-l'lt "t"a"l""-" "M," ' . - "l."!. I ' ') 1 4' n i 1 MH. BURTON J. ASHLEY, ENGINEER. "1 ! .hvutZ ,i 1 -;t,. Wellington's electric light and waterworks tlant. AftaeeAftft(Wrtwwiftwn f 1tf 1HIIIIHIIimoOMOI ANTED-SEVERAL THUSTWORTHT persons lu this state to manage our bus lnglntlielr own and nearby counties. It U mainly offloe work conducted at home. Salary straight m year and expeiues deflnlte" bouallde. na more, no less salary. Monthly ITS. References. Enclose self-ad-"reMea stamped envelope, Herbert E. Hess. Prest.. Dept. M. Chicago. vnn ongn' t know that when 8ufCerlnR 1 Ull from any kidney trouble that a safe sure remedy Is Foley's Kidney Cure, onaranteed, or money refunded. W. H. Tissot Co. THOSE DAINTY PINS & BROOCHES are just what you are wanting now. We are selling more of them than we have for several seasons. Let us show them to you. WIGHT & SONS. The scheme of inntalling the two plants under one roof and management is be cominsr nonular all over the country and well it should be, as from an economical point of view there is every argument to favor it. beinsr installed under one root, operated by the same set of operators and controlled under one management, the exnenditures make the maintaining of the waterworks system when connect ed with an electric light plant almost nominal. The nlant consists of two 70-H. P. tubular boilers, heater, feed pump, one 150-H. P. engine, one (50-light 2JW can dle nower dynamo for street lighting, and one 50-K. W. alternator, capable of operating 1000 18 c. p. incandescent lights, and switch-boards with necessary Instruments for controlling the currents. There are installed fltty-nine 1000 c. p. arc lamps in a series circuit of nine miles of wire, supplying the streets wltn light. At the present writing no incan descent lighting has been connecteaup save that at the station itself and at the Congregational Church, which contains 250 10 c. p. lights. The water works system comprises be tween five and six miles of four, six, eight and ten inch mains, twenty-four double disc eate-valves and forty-five double nozzle fire hydrants, one simple duplex, non-condensing steam pump or one million srallons capacity and a stand pipe (which Is not yet complete), thirteen feet in diameter, by one hundred and ten feet high, holding, approximately 93,000 gallons. Boilers. The boilers In the plant are the same that were used In the Warwick Com pany's plant having been overhauled, reset and thoroughly tested hydrostatic- ally and found to be in good order, and have been supplied with steam domes. Engine. The encrlne is a four valve, medium speed, and automatically governed, and will not vary in speed more than fonr revolutions per minute in changiug from no load to full load. At the pres ent writing it has been "indicated" and found to be delivering from 45 to 49 horse power to the (lynimioH, and cut ting off steam at $ stroke. It oper ate! tt 208 revolutions per minute; the The test on the mains for breakage and leakage was made at the plant was made at the plant on Tuesday evening under the direction of the engineer, with a re markable result of but four revolutions of the pump in ten minutes, the guage registering from 145 to 165 pounds. The mains were afterwards shut off and the pump itself given the same pressure, with a result of three and one-half revo lutions of the engine in the same time. This would show but one and one-half revolutions due to shrinkage in the mains in ten minutes, giving due allow ance for possible waste at the hydrants by reason of their valves not being closed sufficiently tight. The engineer has so much as Indicated that he would use this result as a stand ard In the writing of his future specifi cations for such work, the test being so satisfactory. Steam Pumping Engine. This machine is automatically governed to operate with any pressure desired, is capable of pumping 1,000,000 gallons per day and supplying water for fire purposes by operating as many as four one-inch nozzels at the same time. With one hundred pounds steam pressure In the boilers, the pump is capable of oper ating against a pressure of one hundred and fifty pounds. The five streams that were thrown Thursday afternoon duriug the exhibition and test on- the square were produced by a working pressure of ninety pounds at the pump. The height attained by the smaller streams was ap proximately eighty-five feet. The greatest distance water fell from nozzles was about one hundred and fifty feet. Standplpe, The standplpe is made of the best "Flange" steel which is orTly one grade below "Firebox tteel, the best mado, and has a tensile or pulling strength of 60, 000 pounds per square inch and yet suf ficiently soft that the one half Inch plate could be bent flat on itself without showing any fracture on the bent por tion. When full of water it will pro duce a pressure on the mains of about 45 lbs. and will be amply sufficient to handle nine-tenths of the fires. Incase of disastrous fires the standplpe can be cutoff and the pressure put on direct from the pomp, "Answer Me," and the latter the re sponse, "Fulfilled." Promptly at 5:30 o'clock the doors were closed and the strains of the processional from the grand march from Tannhauser heralded the entrance of the wedding party. The three ushers, all Cleveland friends of the groom, Mr. I. C. Cooper alone and Messrs. Charles Goodson and Clayton Bliss together, preceeded the at tendants of the bride, Miss Elizabeth Boyden, of Elyria, Miss Frances Camp bell, of Bainbridge, bridesmaids, and Miss Carlotta Lersch, maid of honor, who came singly in the order named, all attired in elaborate gowns of white or gandie with white silk sashes and carry ing white prayer books and a single American Beauty rose each, with which they indicated the place for the cere mony. The bride, becomingly gowned in white taffeta silk, trimmed with tulle and duchesse lace and made walking length, followed on the arm of her father. She carried a white prayer book, a single bride's rose and wore a veil. They were met at the altar by the groom, who was attended by his brother, Mr. Frederick Borton. The "Flower Song" was played during the beautiful Episcopal service, conducted by Rev. E. J. Craft. At the conclusion of the cere mony Mendelsohn's Wedding March was played for the recessional and the wed ding party repaired to the home of the bride's parents, where a somewhat in formal reception was held. The house was tastefully decorated for the occasion. The feature of the parlor decorations was a bower of smilax, under which Mr. and Mrs. Borton received. In the back par lor the mantel was handfnely adorned with a center piece of variegated roses and surrounded by vincas and large foli age plants. The bridal table was beau tifully decorated in red and green, sml- laxand American Beauty roses prevail lng. An elaborate wedding supper was served by a Cleveland caterer. A mag nificent array of presents, embracing cut glass, ehinaware, cutlery, furniture, pic tures, etc., testifying to the esteem iu which this young couple are held, were displayed upstairs. By a clever ruse the company were mislead and while engaged In tacking legends on a dress suit case, and articles and on their return will be at home to their friends Tuesdays after November 1st, at 43 Windmere street, East Cleve land. The following Wellington people were among the guests, Mr. Geo. P. Rust, Mr. Arthur Rust, Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Mallory, Mr. Wm. Vlscher, Mrs. Herbert Lashley, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Warner and Mr. A. R. Warner. Discovered by a Woman. . Another great discovery has been made and that too, by a lady in this country. insease fastened its clutches upon her, and for seven years she withstood its se vere tests; but her vital organs were un dermined, and death seemed imminent. For three months, she coughed incessant ly, and could not sleep. She finally dis covered a way to recover, by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery ior consumption, ana wasso much relieved on taking her first dose that she slept all night; and with two bottles has been ab solutely cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus writes W.C. Hamnick&Cn. of Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free at W. F. in ear & Co's. drug store. Regular size 50c and $1. Every bottle guaranteed. The Republican Campaign. The republican campaign will onen In Wellington, October 7. Conflrressman Weaver will speak here at that date. Congressman Grosvenor at Lorain, Oc tober 19. Congressman Seth Brown will be in the county from October 17 to 25. congressman Kerr will be In Elyria the week of the 24tu of October, and with H. S. Hoyt will speak at Lorain, November o. Hon. T. E. Burton will speak at North Amherst in October. Senator Wightman will also make several speech es in this oonnty. How to Prevent Croup. We have two children who are subject to attacks of croup. Whenever an attack Is coming on my wife gives them Cham berlain's Cough Remedy and it always prevents the attack. It is a household necessity in this county and no matter what else we run out, it would not do to be without Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy. More of it is Bold here than all other cough medicines combined. J. M. Nick le, of Nlckle Bros., merchants, Nlekle villa, Fa. For sale by W. F, Near Co.