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Thandar, Jan. 23, 1879.
w. HOUGHTOJT, M. H. HOUGHTOJT,
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. Local tai ZXiscellaaftous.
Sweet Shorts at Harvey's.
- Old papers for sale at ih La office. '
Don't fall to notice Conch's new
furniture ad. in this issue.
York State Sackwbeat Flour In
large or small quantities at W. W. Har
Harry Bennett, employed in the
Lake Shore B. R. office, Cleveland, is
at home m a sick furlough.
Elder Garver,Iate pastor of the First
Disciple Church of Columbus is going"
to Cuyahoga Falls to labor.
Samuel Feck, while out sleigh-rid
IngVran into a snow-bank, : throwing
his wife oat and hurting her badly.
,- There la a bad place In the side
walk in front of Mrs. Curling's lot on
North Main Street, that should be fixed.
Master Fred Wells Is recovering
from a severe attack of scarlet fever.
and at this writing is improving rapid
r Those cases of scarlet fever on Cort
land Avenue have so far recovered as
to be able to return to their homes in
Capt. J. W. Wilbur, has been un
der the weather a day or two with a se
vere bilious attack, but is better and at
bis post again. f -1 '
Mrs. Geo. Fisher slipped and fell
last Sabbath eveningjust as she was
starting for church, breaking her arm
ear the wrist. -
". H. J. Lewis, county clerk elect,! eft
Wellington, Monday of last week, with
Us famUyto talce pp Jtla residence .at
the County seat.
! J. J. Thomas bas purchased a lot
On Mechanic St., west of McKlnney's,
and will move the old gun-shop there
on for a warehouse.
. The building on the lot to be occu
pied by Wadsworth Jb Co'a lumberyard
it being removed to a lot on Liberty St.,
opposite T. Dolaod's.
Bargains in Winter Goods. From
this date, we shall sell many of our win
ter goods at great reductions. Some even
leas than oott. . . . - W. W. Harvey.
- Newspaper advertising compels In
quiry, and when the article offered Is of
good quality and at a fair price, the nat
ural result is increased sales. ;
The New London Beeord rays that
Mrs. Waldron of Wakeman, smothered
her six -month's old child by .wrapping
It too closely in a recent drive to Hart-
land. - - -
' The Elyrla Constitution is anxious
to know which '"George" wo mean.
Truthful George of course. Who ever
heard of any other who "could not tell
alie v- " -: ; -
We have specimen copies of the N.
T.Tribnno at this offioa for free distri
bution . Call for them. . It Is, without
doubt, the best newspaper published
A son of Henry Wood, of Brighton,
aged, fifteen years, died Monday night
of inflamation of the bowels, and was
buried Wednesday. A notice will ap
pear next week.' . '.'
--The trader and his calling become
ldenuoed. lavs and months may
elapea, but when the want arises the
anicto to be obtained sanest the ad
FiUth, fcf the New Tork Clothing
House, took flight between two days,
atari naw Will bo found In his elennt
room oa aJuth side of Liberty Street.
Go and' see how . cosy he looks" in his
The dwellings of C McDermott and
Horace Adams Berea were burglarised
last week Tuesday night and table-ware
jewelry, clothing, watch, money, table
linen and other valuable and useful ar
ticles taken. : . , .
A fine residence, being built by Mr.
xienrv i-nttenden, of Buggies, was
horned last Thursday. The house was
nearly completed. - Doors to the value
of $300 were saved. Lorn about 15,000.
Mr. sad Mrs. B. S. Giles hare eon
sented to open a select school in New
London at the request of many pupils
of the Union Schools. The Record says
that their high reputation as teachers
Ono day a short time ago "Boss'
Lsoey, of the B. B. gang of workmen.
met with an accident while assisting in
putting in a "frog," which resulted in
the crushing of one finger of the right
'daughter of L. C. WInchell, Esq., was
recently attacked with a mild form of
typhoid malaria, from which she -Is
slowly recovering good nursing being
ono of the valuable accessories in this
The residence of L. F. Wsrd, of
Xlyria lately had a narrow escape from
destruction br ffre. Avoang dog left
in the hones palled oft the table-spread
and with it the lighted lamp. Mrs. W.
was all the fire company there was and
extinguished the flames alone.
-The editor' of the Oberlia Gasette
speaking of Wellington concludes as
follows: "We like Its atcrprimtr9
mesa Its newspaper. And right here
we wish tossy, that Wellington ought
to bo proud of its local paper and give
It their hearty support." Thanks Bro.
Wo specially endorse the sentiment of
that last line. '
0. S- B. Loalaat CtaetaaaU Tipiwa,
Va. . mmt Finns. stall ..
Mo. T. Clanlaad AocotnaKKUttoa.
Xaraal rwlaataj ..............
73 cent and $1.00 Laundried Hart
Shirts at IIarvey'.
The bell for the new church wllljW
put up uii ween, it la from a Troy
maker and U warranted to suit the pur
chasers and not to crack for two years
it weigns 3,000 pounds. This bell ac
cording to Xewraan Hall will rlnsr
"Whosoever will t", -Whosoever will 1"
That Sidewalk Ordinance seems to
have put new life into many of our cit
lzens.aa most of the walks were imme
diately cleaned as if by magic. Our
energetic supervisor intends to enforce
it without favor, therefore be warned
in time and govern yourself according
The Dairymen's Convention of last
week seems to have no effect as yet in
preventing our cheese manufacturers
from making repairs and putting their
factories in order. Vata and other Im
plemenu are coming la daily, to be put
in rnnnlng order for the coming tea
E. F. Webster was not out to
church Sunday. His horse walked too
near a snow-bank Saturday night and
Edward "got upon his ear" by the
wayside upon a mossy stone. He felt
better and went to work Monday morn
Inc. People who are sick Sunday al
The "Douglass Mixture" consider
ed by poultrymen as indispensable is
made as follow. One pound of copperas
and an ounce of sulphuric acid dissolved
in two gallons of soft water. Put in
jug and In twenty-four hours it is fit for
use. Dose ono tea-spoon-full to each
pint of water given in their drink
twice a week.
His Honor, Mayor Palmer has been
a sufferer for months from that painful
disease erysipelas, at times so severe as
to confine him to his room for days to
gether. We note with pleasure however
his decided improvement In health and
almost entire freedom from bis malady,
under the skillful management of his
W. Hemenway has purchased
a half Interest In the saw mill of Mr.
A. Crane, and the new firm" will carry
on the business with increased facilities
and energy. Both the proprietors are
old mill men, having had many years'
experience, and they hope for a contin
nance of the patronage so generously
given in the past.
The officers and directors of the
Agricultural Society and their famiite
met, by Invitation, at Mr. F. B. Man
ly's, last week, for a social, and to re
vise the premium list. The work was
put under way and some much needed
improvements are promised. -There
were about twenty present and a good
time Is reported
Lawson's Curative" is a scientific
and invaluable cure for the worst of all
diseases, Dyspepsia, In all its forms, not
taking, like most preparations, a long
time to cure, but the first dose gives re
lief, and, In a few days, the patient is
completely cured. The dose is small,
not unpleasant, and will certainly do
no harm. It allays Inflamation of the
throat and lungs. Sold by all dealers
In medicines at 60c and $1 per bottle.
The agent for Johnson's Cyclope
dia reports forty-four sales up to date.
His success is remarkable, and? having
ourselves had a little time to examine
the work, we are able to say that It Is
also remarkable for the variety and
completeness of its Information on
nearly all questions. We can hardly
see bow we got along without It. A cy
clopedia of some kind is indeed a ne
cessity that nothing except a want of
fund should make one willing to forego.
From bills printed at this office we
learn that L. W. Richmond, formerly
of Plttsfietd has opened a grocery store
In La Grange. He will be remembered
as the man who was injured a few years
go by a falling tree so that he is crip
pled for life. Since his partial recovery
he has been doing business in a small
way as a peddler. He deserves the patr
onage of the public and we are satisfied
that he will make it to the interest of
bis customers and friends to continue
to give him their trade. .
The lecture Monday evening by Dr,
Haydn was very finely written and
worthy a larger attendance than it re
ceived. Its very rapid delivery, occas
ioned, doubtless, by the desire of the
Pep to take the evening train, and a
omewhat faulty articulaUon prevented
lu fuU appreciation by the audience.
We n,u8t -V " majority of
our clttoen are neglecting a very enter-
taining and instructive course of lec
tures and the fact does not reflect cred
it on our literary taste and culture.
Some time last Tuesday night a
large patch of the heavy plastering on
the ceiling of the room at the City
nail occupied as a studio by Mr. A. M.
WUlard, the artist, fell to the floor and
struck just where the artist usually sits
at hia easel, but he had that day moved
a nearly finished picture, so that no
damage was done. Why the plastering
was considerate enough to take the dead
of night to fall, when no one was in the
room to be injured thereby, is a mystery.-
The plastering will now all be
taken from the ceiling and replaced by
that which is better. Lea der.
Behold how great s matter a little
fire klndleth. A mistake was made
some twenty-five years ago in a deed of
what is now known as the "Bikery
property," conveying lots 73 and 76 In-
tead of 74 and 75and all deed ttnade since
for property on the south of Liberty
and Railroad Sts. have followed in the
wake of that mistake and so a few days
ago it was found that blacksmith Spicer
had a deed of Turley'a grocery, that
Benjamin Wadsworth was about to con
vey to the First Cong'l Church ; the
Litchfield saloon (who would hive
thought that Ben. had been a silent
partner In the saloon business all tbeae
years), that Litchfield had lapped over
on the livery business, that Kent and
Dell owned Stroup's stone front, that
Stroup was a harness-maker,Otterbach-er
clothed men instead of horses.. lLat
Fuller could move Into Mrs. Carpenter's
that Mrs. C. was entitled to the striped
pole, while "Gene" could oust tho old
gentlemen, and Harvey without a place
on which to set bis foot must still carry
Robinson's second story on his shoul
ders, a hard thing to do Bro. Harvey.
We are having a "naw deal" of deeds all
around and it's "Bol's" deal. " He has a
reputation for fair dealing.
Reader, If you have a good live ad
vertisement running through your lo
cal oaDer vou have hundreds of ser
vants all at work for you, whether you
wake or sleep, whether you be sick or
well. No monarch's slaves ever scat
tered at his bidding so fleetly or faith
fully or in such bewildering numbers as
the literary messengers that bear your
Individual word to the people.
Our town bsa been Infested from
time to time by fraudulent tin-peddlers
who come In gangs and hawk their
wares from house to house. The peopl
do not generally know that these wares
are made of the poorest trash known to
the trade, "coke tin," an article never
used by respectable dealers for ware or
anything else. It Is made up by boys
soldered with the b tscst of solder, acid
being used to make it unite with the
cheap plate. Those who have Invested
in this trash will hereafter patronize
home industries, and at the same time
benefit their own pockets. X
At the "Installation of Officers" of
Haldo Morandi Lodge,No.l060,Knights
or Honor, the following otneers were
Installed: N. Hucklos Past Dictator, J
W. Wilbur Dictator, J. J. Thomas Vice
Dictator, T. McClaran Asst. Dictator
E. E. Hasted Reporter, H.O. Biggs Fi
nancial Reporter, B. D. Noble Treas
urer. Rev. Geo. Mather Chaplain, M,
W. Lang Guide, II. W. Hall Guardian
R. Hathaway Sentinel. Brothers Car
ter, Burge, Piatt, West and Whitney of
Russia Lodge, of Oberliu were present.
Officers Carter, Burge and Piatt con
ducted the installation. After tbe ex
ercises at the Hall quite a number re
paired to the American House and par
took of refreshments which Bro. Wil
cox dished up In Ape style on very short
One of the physicians of Welling
ton In the extremes! of the cold weath.
er found in one of his professional calls
a home and family more destitute of the
ordinary comforts of life than any of
our people would like to believe. It Is
apparent that one, and perhaps the chief
reason that a once comfortable family
has come to such bitter want is the fact
that a portion of the scanty earnings of
the hniband and father is paid for liq
uor, when.cvery penny expended at tbe
saloon Is'so much bread and fuel and
covering taken from Lis suffering wife
and needy children, as surely as if they
bad been directly robbed. Whoever
enriches himself by the price of a sin
gle drink from this man should be con
fronted with the shivering misery and
numb want of his household. Four lit
tle children and the mother of a babe
no older than the New Tear, are not fit
subjects to battle with hourly necessi
ties alone. They need all oue laborer
has to divide. If the baker and butch
er and coal-dealer has his share there
will be none left for the saloonlst.
Lecture on Now Mexico.
The next lecture in the Bell Fund
Course will be given by Hon. S. B. Ax
tell, ex-Governor of New Mexico, on
Friday eveninr, Jan. 24th, at half past
seven o'ctock. This will be a very fav
orable opportunity to enlarge our
knowledge of an Iniportnnt part of our
country. Mr. Axtell, having been re
cently Governor of tbe Territory of
New Mexico, can speak of thia subject
from ample knowledge.
This Compiny 'comes to our town with
tbe beat of references. The Toledo pa'
pers, where it performed during the
holidays, speak la the highest terms of
this troupe. The Townsend will ap
pear hereon Friday and Saturday even
ings of this week lu the great sensa
tional drama "Nick of the Woods."
From among the scores of press notices
we have seen of this talented company,
we select the following:
Thb Towhsetcds. Alanre honso treated
iota excellent company 01 aruaia laat niDl.
The tragedy of Othello was presented. In
the character of the Moor. Harry Townsend
baa gained eminent dUUnctlon at the leading
theatres in England and America. Mis Con
stance Townaend is a charming actresa and
sustained the character of Desdrmona with
marked ability. Mr. Burnett Townsend as
IaKO is unapproachable. In his hands the
character baa a fine portrayal. The cos
tumes worn by this company are as lino as
any we have ever seen In Toledo. Toledo
uee, iec 27, 1873.
"Nick of the Woods." as olaved bv tha
Townsend last night, resembles, til many re
spects iae penormance 01 iht ceieoraieu
u.. T-1.. U;n r v.t tt , i - i :
vuaamav u vviuuuiBuiiu, uui io, iu uui volit
ion, bv fir the moat excitinir niece of the two
Nick of the Woods is full of interest, and
keeps the audience up to the highest pitch of
excitement from beginning to end. The
company has evidently made a specialty of
uis piece, ana it waa we most successrul
performance it has given here. Rochester,
M. T. Democrat.
Tbe Townsends performed the great sen
sational drama of 'Nick of the Woods' to a
crowded and delighted audience last night
snowing clearly that it mattera not what
piece they undertake, whether it is tragedy,
eomedy, farce or sensational, they are mas
ters of their profession. Toronto Globe.
Those who were present and are fond of
seeing painted to the life the excitements and
dangers Incident to pioneer-border lifo must
have been highly gratified last night. In
'Nick of the Woods" the Townsend gave a
very graphic delineation of the hardship and
barbarities our early pioneers had to battle
with in tbe western wilds. The piece is
founded upon hlstorv and of the sensational
school we know of no better. Oswego Palla
dium. Ohio Christian Temperance Un
At the late State Convention it was
resolved, "That all honorable measures
should be resorted to in fighting our
strong but cowardly foe."
Deeming it necessary, we hereby
call a County Convention of Lorain Co.
Christian temperance Unions at Elyria
Ohio, Wednesday, Jan. 23d, 1879, at 9
'clock A. M., in the Good Templar's
Hall, to plan a campaign to combat the
evils arising from Intoxicating bever
ages, to study the best methods and to
throw a net-work of organization in
every town, village and hamlet in the
Webope you will send three delegates
from your Union, or If none exists send
delegatesfrotn your churches. Enter
tainment will be provided free. For
further information, address.
HarvetIj. Sim ox,
Elyria, Lorain Co., Ohio.
Notice is hereby given that there will
be a meeting of the stock-holders of the
First National Bank of Wellington, O.,
on Monday Feb. 3J, 1S79, between the
hours of 10 A.M., and 13 M., for the
purpose of electing fits Dliectors to
serve for the ensuing year.
13 16t8 -' R. A. Hokr, Cashier. 1
Xelngtqp, O.J peclJlstlSTS, ;
At the Annual Meeting of the Wei
lington Union Agricultural Society held
on the 14th, the following officers were
elected for the year 1879 :
F. B. Manly President, J. W. Wilbur
Vice President, K. N. Goodwin Sec'y,
S. K. Laundon, Treasurer. A. D. Lins
ley, L. F. Clifford and A. J. Sage Di
rectors for two years, Qhss. Phelps
Marshal, W. C. Crane Chief of Police
Johnllowk Superintendent of Grounds
A number of our farmers met and or
ganized a club for mutual improvement,
on the 15th inst.. It. 8. Sheffield Presi
dent. E. W. Pitts Secretary.
. School Distict No. S having dismissed
their teacher have employed a Miss An
drews to teach the remainder of the
Mrs. Rebinson relict of Mr. J. Robin
sen who died last sprtag, died on the
loth, aged 70 years.
Steps are being taken to organize a
ainging class so perhaps our cnurcnes
will nave improved music, so oe n
The week of prayer was observed here,
services being held in the Baptist church
The interest was such that the meetings
have been continued. The sick&ess of
Eider Shank and the absence of Rev.
Roberts who is holding meetings in
Litchfield has left the entire charge of
the meeting in the hands of Rev. O. luce
who is laboring earnestly to promote the
spiritual interests of the comma nitv.
Elder Shank has been seriously ill dur
ing the past week.
Walter Smith is about again after be
ing under the weather for several weeks,
Mrs. Philo Penfield, of Mich- is visit
ing friends here.
Aire. Rboda Wolcott, one of the- pio
neers of Liichoeld a lady well-known
and highly esteemed by many of our cit
izens, died last week aged 79 years.
Dairymen's conventions are the order
of the day just now. M.
The meetings at the Congregational
church continue with increasing interest
and owing to the good sleighing have
been largely attended.
"Louva the Pauper will soon be ready
to be put on the stage.
The Congregational church has an ad
dition to it s choir. lie sines teuor, but
Orlando says he don't sing by note.
James Uunlap, proprietor of the glo
House returned from Paulding Co., last
Dr. Weed man of Troy who has been
lying in a critical condition is improving,
The Ashland Times says thatUhauncey
Sadler of Sullivan is keeping hotel in
Gibsonbnrg. Very strange for he atill
Uvea on his farm in Sullivan. Look into
this matter William.
We have been wishing that something
out or tbe general routine would occur
so that we might make out a newsy re
port, but except a few cutters upset and
occupants spilled in the snow nothing
bas happened. Old Solomon.
Have you heard of the dairyman's
Fodder, fuel and marriage licences are
in good demand.
bo berry Hitchcock, for many years
railroad conductor, is visiting relatives
here. Can we not prevail upon him to
open the Wheeling & Lake Erie It. it
We sec by a Kansas paper that t rank
Irvin Sage is foreman in the Junction
City printing office. Tis but a few years
since Frank was one ot Huntington's lit
tle boys, yet now he ha caught the con
tagion that at this advancing stage of
life every boy must have; a wife. Won
der if she will prove to be the printer's
N. T. Chapman has shipped his famous
steer. White Uuke.
During the session of the annual meet
ing of the Union Agricultural Society the
sad news was received of the death of
Deacon Goss. J. II. Lang and A. J. Sago
were chosen a committee to draft resolu
tions aa a token of respect to bis memo
ry. The committee promptly furnished
the following :
Whirias, We learn with deep regret that
our first President and much loved friend.
Phillip 1a (joss, died last evening at tbe ripe
age oi eighty years, mereiore be It
Resolved, By the Union Agricultural Soci
ety at their annual meeting assembled, that
we oner to tha widow and other member c-I
the family our heartfelt sympathies in this
tneir Hour oi bereavement.
Resolved. That in Dea. Goes our society
looses an original and firm friend and advo
cate through all the years of our history, on
which we loos with just pride.
Resolved, That tbeae resolutions be en
tered upon the records ot the society, and
published In the t elilngton .xtebpbi3B,
J. B. LaXG,
A. J. SAGE,
On Tuesday evening Jan. 14th, the la
dies of the universalist Church gave a
neck-tie party at the house of C. Phelps.
That wholesome primitive dish, ca.led
'iaush and milk" was the crowning fea
ture of the feast. A numerous company
of fun-loving people were present each
quamng a generous libation from the true
fountain of youth harmless mirth. A
handsome profit was realized. B.
Last week Milo June was seriously In
jured by a falling tree. With his broth
er Lyman he cut a sled-crook from a tree
that wis. 14 inches in diameter at the
butt and 40 feet high aud stood upon a
steep hillside. After sawing it nearly
off they undertook to push it over down
h i', but pushed the foot out instead and
the tree swept both men down, catching
Milo under the big limbs and to use his
own expression, if his brother "had not
been as stout as a bob-sled he could nev
er have got him out from under it."
The WelHnston Dairymen's
It seems to me that the results of our con
vention were almost fruitless if not disas
trous. What did we do? Simply passed a
few resolutions. Like Mark Twain com-
menciuir with the New Year to kecD a dlarv.
it all went smoothly for a while and then it
began lo lac, and when spring came with It
usual spring fever, it waa omitted entirely.
it is not necessary to make me application
to ourselves as we already experience tbe re
sults. If we stop here we shall have given
away our righis not only as dairymen Jtiut
shall have stamped upon us the incompeten
cy to do our own business, and to follow
dairying under these circumstancea will be
t-j impoverish us as a community or drive us
from tha business that is the best adapted to
our son ana enmaw. uairymen, shall we
stand thi? Shall we allow a combina
tion to rule tho price of our own product.
and say C) cenU is enough for cheese when
tbe market waa anxioua, or would bear 7,
simply that they may enrich themselves upon
other communltes by using ours as a key
note to establish the price? We owe it to
ourselves aud to our fellow dairymen In
other localities to do our duty, assert our
manhood and prevent tbe ruin of one of the
greatest industries of our country. This
nxed price for maufacturing and silllngdoes
all this. Stop this, make no honest article
of cbeeae, and when it is ready for market,
take it and sell it to whom you please, and
then we will soon find out whether the coun
try demands grind-stones or a palatable ar
ticle, let broach the subject of a change of
quality or price and they will tell you that to
top skimming will ruiu us and lo reduce the
price of manufacturing will ruiu them. Now
we arc ready lo accept the depression in
price of all kinds of produce, but we are not
wilting when the market is full to produce an
article that is not wauted at any pricav Who
ever heard of a market being so glutted by
first class article oi produce that it waa
not wanted at a living price? There has been
I . w - -. .
a time and within the past year too, when
thousands of pounds of our cheese was not
wanted at anvtbinar over the cost of manu
facturiog and selling. Especially was this
tne case where a few freight bill, several
commissions and other incidental expenses
were charged in.
. Every dairyman mast certainly have his
eyes open by thia time and fairly understand
tbe situation, and now shall we stand by and
see the results of our hard labor and the
cream of a business best adapted to ua paas
into the hands and to satisfy tbe Breed of a
few, who, it would seem, delight in impov
erishing u that we may be the more com
pletely subletted to them.
I say appoint another meeting and keep
mem up uu we snail nave accomplished our
aim. Who seconds the motion?
1 do not wish to be understood as casting
any reflections upo n the Spencer dairymen
ror not carrying the convention tnrougn in
good shape. Their' waa the first crand In
augural step and now every dairyman should
put ms snoulder to the wheel and pusn.
Ox Who Was Thib.
Ed. Entbrpriss We attended the dairy
men's Convention held at Wellington, not as
a dairyman or a lacioryman, or a a cneese
maker, but as a great lover of good cheese
and we expected to hear the pros and cons of
factory-made cheese fully discussed, nut we
were sadly disappointed and hsd we been
dairyman we should have considered the
meeting almost a failure. The skimming
process waa moderately discussed and gen
erallv disapproved of.
But with us the great question I and it I
a question mat la important to tne maker as
well aa the consumer: "Can as good cheese
be made from milk put into a can and hauled
churning and swashing over a rough road
from one to six miles, as can be made from
milk manufactured Into cheese bv the 'usual
dairymen s process?" The time has been
when Western Reserve cheese stood Mo. 1, in
the market of the world. This was before
the factory system was introduced. Nov
under the factory system the quality and
good character of Western Reserve cheese
is lost, out we hope not past redemption.
We don't believe the factory-men are in fault
or that the moderate skimming process is the
wnoie cause or tne loss in quality, we
think It unjust In the dairymen to ask tbe
f actorymen to make a first 'quality of cheese
from milk that haa been churnina in the
cans for two hours before receiving 1L They
make a fair article but we don't believe they
can make as good an article as can be made
by tbe dairymen In tbe usual way.
There baa been much aaid first and last, of
the injustice practiced by the manufacturers
toward the dairymen. Of this we have
nothing to say. But we were somewhat
amused a day or two previous to the meet
ing when we said to a dairyman whom we
chanced to meet: "Ton will come to tbe
convention on the seventh, will you not?'
'-No, it's of no use. The factorvmen will
have it all their own way. They have got
the twist on us and we -can't get away any-
now you can nx it, ana we may as well give
it up first as last." If this is correct we
would advise the dairymen to behave them
selves discreetly, kindly and aflectionately
toward ina man ui act urers, careinuy avoid
ing to give them any offense, conducting at
all times as good and loyal subjects should
do. One venerable brother remarked In the
Convention that tbe interests ot the dairy
men and the manufacturers were insepara-
raoiy connected, were perfectly blended.
Now, if the dairymen have fully determined
to have their milk made up In factories at all
hazards, and have determined to abandon
the mode of manufacture which secured to
them their hisrh character as cheese-makers
and opened to them the markets of the world.
surely the interests of the dairymen and
manufacturers are blended as the brother
said. We have bought our cheese of our
grocery-man the past year tor our lamiiy use
and have paid from ten to twelve cents per
Sound for it and were glad to get it at that.
1 1 it was dairy-made cheese from the dairy
of B. Herrick, good every pound of it, and
several times when our grocer was cut of
dairymade cheese we have taken a bit of
factory cheese, but in no Instance would it
compare favorably with flenick's
ve nave been as Ken now we would get ine
milk to the factory in any other way If it
must be carried. We will suggest. In the
Asiatic world the people travel a great deal
on the backs of camela and dromedaries and
the history of that country tells us of thelr
preparation lor long lourales that they oilen
carry milk enough to laat them several days.
They string it across the backs of the animals
in leathern sacks and Dottle and it is said
that when they wish to make some butter
from their milk they fill the sack or bottlo or
can about half full or less, so as to give it
room to move about as our milk does in our
cans on Its way to tha factory, and the mo
tion of the camel will bring the butter In a
few hours, whereas the can or sack which Is
entirely full will remain for days in tbe same
condition as when put Into the sack. We have
no oouDt mat it mo mux in our cans eouio
be so compressed as to prevent its moving
about in tbe can, it would be a great Improve-
ment in toe cneese. let us bear from some
dalrjman or cheesemaker bn this subject.
i ours truly,
A Wonderful Curb op Lh bxxss
of twenty-five years standing. The
second Vico President of the Excelsior
Savins Bank, Twenty-third street and
Sixth Avenue, Booth's Theatre, E. P,
Lawrence, was lame for twenty-five
ears. Contraction of tho muscles of
his left leg bad no faith at first In the
Liniment was induced to try it from
his knowledge- of Dr. Giles, who is a
scientific and able chemist, and has
never yet made a poor article. Seeing
its good cflect on others, tried it, and to
Mr. lu's surprise and satisfaction, the
stifi'n ss left the cords of his leg, and it
became as clastic as the'othcr.
'Unable to Do an Hour's Work'
Such was the condition of Henry Sni
der, of St. Armand, P. Q., before com
mencing the use of the Constitutional
Catarrh Remedy. One bottle gave relief
aud four entirely restored him so as to
nable him to do tho hardest manual
For saleby Everett & Starr, 'Welling
ton, O., and Strong, Cobb & Co., Cleve
Xew Tork, March, 1876.
Giles A Co. Gents: I have for
more than one year prescribed your
Liniment, with the very best results.
have found it, as an application in In
flamation of the Lungs (Pneumonia),
or in Pleurisy, onn of the very best.
It penetrates tbe tissues or parts rap
idly. In caes of Irregularity of tho
heart's action, depending on nervous
Irritation, It acts promptly. After be
ing made acquainted with the combina
tion of your Liniment, and seeing its
action In so large a number of cases, I
do not hesitate to recommend the same
to both the public and the profession.
Tours truly, Rob't S. Newton, M. D.
137 West 47th St.
From all parts of the country reports come
of tbe immense sales and Increasing demand
for that deservedly popular Sewing Machine,
The Old and Reliable "StAhdard,'' the price
of which the proprietors wisely reduced to
S JO including all the attachments, and at
once secured for them a popularity ' among
the people, far beyond that attained by any
other machine at anv price, the eonaeoueuca
of which is, agents are leaving the old high
priced macninea, and seecing territory ior
the "Staxpard." Knowing from exper
ience tbat with the best goods at the lowest
price they can outsell all other machines,
where the superior quality and low price l
made known. This splendid machine com
bines all tbe Improvements. Is far ahead of
all others in beanty and durability of its
work, ease of management, light running
and certainty of operation, is sensibly made
upon sound principles, with positive work
ing parts all su-ei, and can be safely put
down as the very perfection of a serviceable
sewing machine, in every particular, that
wilt outlast auy machine, and at a price far
down below any other. It ia thoroughly
warranted for five Tear. Kept In order free
of charge. - And sent to any part of tha
country for examination by the customer
before payment of the bill. We can predict
equally as large a demand for them In this
section aa iu others. Families wishing the
best machine manufactured should write di.
rect l the Factory, and enterprising persons
wishing to seize the chance should apply for
so desirable an agency. " Bee advertisement
in another part of this paper. Address Stand
ard MachlnnCo., Cor-Broadway and Clin
ton Flace, Now Tork. . ... ...
. -a .
-For Lame Back, side oi' chest use Sftl-
LOH'S POROUS PLASTER. Price 25 ct;
Sold by Everett S Urr."
SHELDON. At his home in Wellington
on the 16th Inst., MrUriel Sheldon, of Par
alysis and Pulmonary Apoplexy, aged 64
Mr. ' Sheldon had been suffering from
severe cold for some days previous to bis
death and up to Sunday. 12th inst. was not
dangerously ill; from that time he sank rap
idly. Mr. Sheldon was a native of Delaware
Co., N. X., residing there; until about thirty
years since, when he came west and settled
in Penfield. Some twelve years since he re
moved to Wellington township, and engaged
in dairying and general farming which was
carried on succesf ully.
Mr. Sheldon was a man of correct habits.
living unostentatiously, universally respect.
rd and beloved by all who knew him.
The funeral services were conducted by
Rev. X. 8. Albright at his late residence, on
Sunday the 19th inst., and were attended bv
a large concourse of relatives and friends.
There is very little movement in
cheese, the cold weather having effectu
ally prevented shipments but with the
beginning ot milder weather orders
are coming in. The stocks on hand are
larger than .usual at this season of the
year, but are in first class conation and
a good trade Is now confidently expect
ed, and at better prices.
Wc quote: Buying, (naked) 6 cents,
Billing (boxed) 7 7J4 cents.
The shipments of cheese for the
week ending Jan. 22nd, are as follows
No. of boxes,462. No lbs, 16,813.
Butter for the same time as follows :
No. tubs. 76. No. lbs. 4,770.
I Wish Everybody to Know.
Rev. George H. Thayer, an old citizen of
this vicinity, known to everyone as a most
influential citizen and christian minister of
the II. E. Church, just at this moment
stopped in our store to aav. "I wish rr.
body to know that I consider that both my
self and wife owe our lives to Sliiloh's Con
sumption Cure. It is having a tremendous
saie over our counters and is giving perlect
satisfaction in all cases of Lung Diseases,
sucn as notning else nas done.
DR8. MATCHETT ft FKANCK.
Bourbon, lnd.. Mav I5th. 1878.
Sold by Everett k Starr, Wellington,- Ohio.
Do You Believe It?
That in this town there are scores of per-
ons passing our store every day whose lives
are made miserable by indigestion dyspep
sia, sour and distressed stomach, liver com
plaint, constipation, when, lor Ji cts. we
will sell them Shiloh's Vitalizer, guaran
teed to cure them. Sold by Everett A-
Starr, Wellington, O.
Notice to Take Deposition.
"o'&anWJ m Court of Common Pleas.
JUDSON CHAMBERLAIN, Fl it, p,
VATfUV LHAMBKRLAIJT, Deft. J wlTurce-
Within aad for the County of Lorain, 8ate of Ohio.
The Defendant will take noUc that oa the 3sth 1t
of January, A. D., 187a, tbe above named phuutlfl
will takathe Depositions of sundry witnesses, to be
used as evidence on the trial of the above entitled
cause, at the office of woilam O. Saondera, In the
city of Grand Rapids, In tha County of Kent, and
State of Mlchlsan, between the boors of S o'clock, A.
M. and o'clock, P. AC., or said day. and that the
taking of the same win be adjourned from day to day,
between the same hours, until they are completed.
W. F. HERRICK, Atfy for PTfl.
Loraln'cSk.'ssI J In the Court of Common Pleas.
JULIA BOLGEB. Plaintiff, )
JAMES BULGES, Defendant. ) The aaid
James Bolger win take notice that the said Julia Bol
ter has Sled In the Clerk's office of said Court her Ap
plication for DlToroe. A a cans therefor she ehaag-
es the said James Bolcor with be In guilty of adultery
with Rosa Bawler. that aaid adulterous Intercourse
between them has exlated for more than four years
last past, and that on the 3d day of December. A. D.
1878, said James absconded with the said Boss and ia
now 11 ring with her in a state of adultery. Said pctl
tlouer asks for the custody of their two children, Min
nie and Freddie, aad for alimony. Bald cause will be
for hearing- at the next term of said Court, to-wit:
The January term, A. D. 1879. JULIA BOLGER,
By J. H. Dickson, her Atfy.
December 11th, 1B78.-I3ire.chd
HOT ICE Is hereby siren that tha undersigned ha
been duly appointed and qualified aa Administratrix
of the estate of John Gurilng, deceased, late of Wel
lington, Ohio. - MARIA GURLntO,
January SSd, 1870. 18wS
The Self-Threading Shuttle and Self-Setting
Needle and other Valuable Improve-
ments are now applied to the
Domestic Sew lg Machine
Which mske it the best Under-feed Sewing
Alachice made, l am also agent lor tbe
Davis Vertical Feed
The New Home
Sewing afcohines, each of which has advan
tages peculiar to itself, which recommends
them lor a variety of uses and niake them
recend to none ia the market. - 1
Faities desiring machines will find it to
their advantage to give me a call.' All ma
chines warranted. All, kinds of Sewing
Machine Needles and Oils kept for sale.
8, P. HASTINGS. Ag't,
Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, O'
Don't Bead This!
John Edwards is tbe "Boss Hanufa
tnrer of Crockery in England. Bowlby
& Hall sell his goods! ". If .jou want, to
see a complete stock of Qoeensware and
Glassware call on the above firm at anv
time. We make it a specialty to keep
just what the people want in that line.
If you want the real "Sugar of Onr
Dads," New Orleans without the modern
adulterations yon can buy it of Bowlby &
Our stock of Groceries will baar in
fection. We don't claim to sell goods
cheaper than everybody else. Such talk
savors too much of shoddy goods. , We
bny the Best Goods we can find and will
sell at as small profit as anybody. , We
imply say that we will give as much for
the same money as can be bad in town.
If you want some "High up" flour for
pecial occasions, such as weddings, etc.,
yon can get it at -
.. BOWLBY & HALL'S. -
0 O AAA Men and. Women are wasted, to mske
ivv from S3 to SIS Der day. Aa-enta are
now making that amount. .' . ".
let . ' : Address, with one eeat stamp, . '" '
-..Rey. SpTa BUCK, fVliltorvPa,
A nice line of cloths just re
ceived at Jb itch s.
Clothing made and lit guaran
teed at etch's.
A large stock of ready-made
clothing, late and nobby styles
at Jb itch's.
A large stock of overcoats
cheap at Fitch's.
Ladies cloakings cheap at
A ilVll O
Waterproof cheap at Fitch's.
Ladies' underwear cheap at
Beys' underwear ". cheap at
Men's underwear cheap at
A large stock of hats and caps
cheap at Pitch's.
Trunks, satchels and shawl
straps cheap at Fitch's.
Neck wear and hosiery cheap
at H itch's.
Gloves and mittens cheap at
The best shirts in America
cheap at Fitchs.
You are cordially invited ( to
inspect our large stock of
The Largest, S
The Best Assorted,
Most Durable, f
Do not be induced to purchase
a single article of
Until you have called
AT HEADQUARTERS !.i
Please remember o-ir competi
tors do not pretend to com- '
pete with us in the
Quality of our Work.
. The Friend of All t
.-,1 i. J.i;
I had m uiivt(t TlnlVmn Pttla aavs m. a
hearty one. ... , . .. :, ,-,,..,. i,.., ,.
"Tour PUIS are marvelous. r ., , j ,, t
"I send for another box. and keen' them m the
house. " - -
"Dr. HaQowftV haa emj mw hnaitanaff ttisf i-mmm
"T tate one of Tour Pltls to hir' babe for cholera
aoorhua. -Tha dearUttt thing got well mdaf.o-'
"Mr nausea of a momlu- Is now cured.,"
"Your box of HoUoways Ointment cared me of
ilara in tbe head. I ratitMl sntnn nf .rnir nintnumt
behind the ears, aad the noise haa latt.V
,BendBe two boxes; I waatoneforapoorfanuljr.r
"I enclose a dollar: tout nrlee la as eaata. but the
medicine to me la worth a dollar.
"Send me -fire boxes ef yoarPtCa.' ''
''Let me hare three boxes of vonr pnia bv ratnm
mall, for ChiUa and Ferer." , , .
I hare orer ano such testimonials aa these.' hot
want of spasompls m t coaclada
' For" Cutaneous Disorders, '
And all ernnHona of the akin, thia Ointment la moat
lnralnable. ft does not naal extemallf alone, but
penetrates with the most searching attect to tha Terr
root of the evil.
Possessed of this Remedy, every man
may be nisown doctor, it may De
ruubert Into the system, so aa to reach
any Internal complaiut; by these means
It cares Sores or Ulcers Iu the ' Throat.
Stomach, Liver, Spine,' or other parts.
It Is an lnrallibleKeoedy ror itaa utfgs,
Bad Breasts. Contracted or Stiff Joints,
Gout, Rheumatism and all skin diseases.
InTOBTAjrr CAtrnoir. Nona are cenniae mess the
signature of J. Hatdocs. as scent for th United
States, surrounds each box of Pill and Ointment.
Boxes at 2ft ceata, ttl cents and $1 each. ..
rw-Tbere la eonalderahla . aavina br "vl" the
larger sues. -
- . nvufnjLa i wt. 0vw awra
VIOLTST STEIRGS. " "'
KCST lrvll-la-rtJ -Urtm sU-ttr-
T--Urr4r--r.-,l i.r all LKA blMI BUSia.
A9 its .S.av Vri rlty. I'swkrisitj. tbeir
r f vmta.t, i; itat swi-iwsra m iin wotkl
J war-! t-.it i ruur awxuta-
i - In! tolawjtkt hut of too wtnts ffftjp Mm
wan wal eUrW Mttlrvtso Mi?sriiiM 1
Xtart UtatOaW aTj boJL btu 1 ral-iiisirk fl I be aor .wfaMtcia
.VP! , . . . .... w kiattn -a tr s
aarflT boaiiMas yoma encage in. -as to StO
II L V I 'PT ",al ,bT anv worker, of either
Hi all right in their om-a localities. Par
S titulars and san. t)lea worth Sfrcs. In.
prave-aioa. apart? timn at this bnalaata. . Addnca
ftisokq),. JfvrUad,JUine. .
I am now-in daily receipt of
fresh OvsteTH from Half imnro
and will sell bulk and carboy s
ters cheaper than ever, by ithe
dish, served up in every style.
objects I will make reasonable
deductions, also to' merchants.
Please do not forget that I krefya fullsnp
ply of Groceries and ftovisionsVr"ogthr
With Frnitaatlil l!nnlw4iAti.nr TaImmi an.
Riffan. T.nn-K .nH tint TV .L rar . .11
hours, aud no pains spared to" accommodate
xuanxinj ior past favors I remain your
in,hl. ......... r . - '. . . .
mt .... ' -
i...t i - '.
AND THE i glJMMEB
Vna mirs TjTtHVTr.'R ' -"Pf s
ANT AS MAV" by providimg .yourselTes
with one of ear elegant - Stoves, of -which
we have -' . i - ; -" " '-
The Cream of thfr 'orld
The old reliable - jSLrgatd,
The beautiful Golden Star, ;
The Majestic GarlanoVand
The glittering Goia;Ci)g-
And thi inpajl!
- - " i
We can ahow you life J&jiefc
Made in the world, and -Aood - i
Heating Stovoo ?
Uneqnaled ia beauty. onaJitv and price on
the America eotitiDentiM.We! sell every
thing in onr line at bottom prices and guar
antee satisfaction, a ;r;w 1
We generally have second hand , stores
that we sell .cheap. f.
Lamps and lainp goods 4. one of. ; our
specialties t 'aJ
a. ei i ".a
't fit, J ft Piiltii -J . rfci
i Oft f-.Tii -
Having purchased, the -large
Wareroom formerly byfaed -Tby
T.,.poiand,' and fitted it up for
a Livery Stable- and furnished
it' wfth nrsi'-claW.rigs, all hew,
I am prepared' to meet ('every
Wtot,ipf;the"pnblic in.jmy ,lihe
tJood' teams t furnished at all
hours and at reasonable rates.
.-P. C. THOMAS. '
t,t f'-r el.fi JO f h'ilfft t fN liit.
a-aJVt, ( 1 .!.. ,-.. I.-v.W-
, p t it ; nr
- -1 .-j
r 1 . . ,( ' i ) ,1 I
m l .;.. li ra. f. I l.iu.hl'! .!!....
t g V. their customers . and-, ; the
public hefallyi "that c;ihey
contemplate 'closingy orlt-thcir
clothing business and have de
cided to;' mkeapughterin
Ali tWirabie goods .will be
s6ld t ebst.t !'
will be sold regardless of cost.
WE 'MEAN' BUSINESS, i If
you don$ believe i .Tt' , pome, and
see for yourselves. " ?u".zf
Uash, and nothing elseAwili
' b - BUSH;fe BEIaDEN.;;;
Augr28thj 187&- 'V- i.'T
U, tt-Ltf.o -.! f 3.l - " - ' '
t.wl i US wo
.irf Sv. ,lftrio O - -- 3-J, ',
' -4(l!.-;) 111 J i'C-f " I '' V.'r l.lr' fJr
, k.-' O I i ' s I .f " t' l "J
'l tf.-nJ nil - -i,-tt--. - tf t. r rl
PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE
- A Vsalpcshta) aWtjcu v mi y
tvnd New IXpsn-tarc ht jUcd
ictvl 8eiTc4, aa critliMr
New tuid rHrtitiTTlyenert
ive Renedj tor the prdr
tnt rmancavl Cur d
Impotenoy bv tMMrr
true way, Tixs Xirot
AmliwtaInw Ik. nl.
ctiMil srat of the DUtMMy meting bv Abiiorption, and vxeiw
tinpx it prh?rt inflnc on .he Setainal Veaioles Xao-
umiorT xucu, x-rosravtti uimiKianq urauiraa. Tb usw
ot tho Itcinedy fa attended with mo pa:n or iittoavmrvnce,
it is Quscjtly dinolwd and aooa bsKri, prduamgn
iaaeoiwttt oothins and rmtoratire rfftct -upon tne ex-
and ficcwi atoppinr the drain troin the tn-tttno, reator-
. 4aidlKa aala 1 A Iia. aMriil Wk.. - 1
M i.a, siiuu aw oiaitis airu WIUIU WU, mur J, Iittvllliaj
the Diimaoos of Sijiht, Nervoua TWKiity Coafa&aiatx
' nriitMta IwtaMirin Mniawtiwr Cl Vt. .W.
aaco of prematura old ase iMuaitr aKmpawyiuiF thi
been dormant turteara. Th: rood of timtnWlit haa stood
the tc-jjt in very c"er casn?, aod is now a proDotsriccd
tocemm. Dro&-9 re too much pretcrlbed In Ow- troubles,
and, at niauy can bear witnrst tn wUt. but liitia it any
pennanent fraud. 'l'hrre U mo aVonacnse about th ia PiTfra
iion, Prmctical obctftvaimnnialhlw-anattt mrwwif rutamn
tea that tt will give aatiafaction. During tho inkt
fmn that It haa been in trtvera nan, w have thooMnda
9 tMiimotdala as to iu valne, and It ia now coocs-rd-d
by tha Hcdfcat Profenion to be tbe rnoat rational
rmifl vet dUcoTcrrd o reaching and carina; thia nai J nsw
atTtt troabl. that iaw1t known toba iha canscotsnitohl
mitrry toaa viaay, and wnon hcvw qnaaaha prrj with,
rhiritc!ra aowtrunia and bia; foes. Tha Beavedy ia pot on
iia neat bom, a-ttoaigh to laat a iworrfh. mod acnt tm a plath
wrapper by mail ai-aled for Sv Two boaaa. (anflcicm to
nra t nmirramcait inirn in veie eases) If-Thna
boxes hastinf thrro fuU smmths. will atny eaiiao, asat
rastora vitror. In tha worst cases. 1 7. Fti 11 XOMMOMCi Xfl
for ndnf win aooompany XiCB BOX. " .
4 Send for a Dascrintiva Pamphlet tvlaa; I ansatiiTi T'sj
g iaisscioaM. whkH. wiH oaiaviiKM 0ioat scenTiT
I itJiUtJTlSHi Pmanhsnnd 1
,,dBte,.,,?s-,,h W m H Mtr iftdti W
8ett Sealed Cor atasna to any oaajfiold OKTT by tnA
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MrHOMKTt.
MaHcwtajidStli. Sla.. ST. LOUIS. Ma
tHiwiry Cwrwd hy
tltwM luUtlw Pilhj.
si a. lndlceatlon and
Too Hearer Kattnc-
A periecs nmfoj iw
in tbe Moatn. Coated
TnnmJk SaiB fa th
Stde.Ac. Tbev rem
late tfae Bowels and
indPllea. The small-
in tata. OnlT on Bill a doso.
DlB.avlaUJPvirely Veswhabts. MoaSlfiaa'av
DWU i" avaa atusawtwi .
- - -CARTER ED1C1"E COTratJ'r, Erfa, Ta.
. . . r - St-Vtale by aaaU Sit awa-dollarjJ
s aarsi ft! BkaBl Baav
t I W fE. IV I
F I PILLS.. I
a m i