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Thursday, March 20, 1879.
J. W, HOUGHTON.' M.H. HOUGHTON.
CO. C.&I.B. B. Time-table.
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" Trains leave Wellington" Station aa fol-
t low V GOING SOUTH. - -
ire L Cta- In. Iiwmi end Mail 5 a. a.
Ho. (.St. Loala (aaclnuaU Express, ... S:IO r. M.
- ' - a. a, Kleht V rim'. Matt.. ....... ST r.H.
v - jr, v. Cleveland Accommodation......... 3:30 p. a.
Local FreiA"nta, 8:33 a. a. aad 3:30 r. x.
: : ..... -: going north, j
Vo.a. Xlrtt Kxnreaa, sMalL S:Oa.M.
'- Ko. 4. -at. Las Cta. Express MaU,... Idsr.i.
No. , Ctamaad Kxsresa, 7:51 p a.
Ko. a Oe-veUad Anrosnrnodatlon,.. 8:83 a. a.
Local rreichta, ... .3:107:09 p.m.
.' W. H. FISHXB. Agent.
- , Church Directory. '
DISCIPLE CHTJBCH. Smtm every Sabbath at
1U-.W A. M and 1MO P. M. 8abbatb School at 11
M. Prayer Meeting oa Thunder evealasa. W. B.
COirGKsXiATIOK AL CHURCH. Services every
Sabbath at 10:30 A. U. and 7: no p. M. Sabbath
School at 13 M. Prayer Meettas ea Thursday svea
tsas, J. A. Daly, pastor. ,
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Service ev
cry Sabbath at 10:30 A. M. and 7.-OJ P. at. Sabbath
, Sanaa School at II at. rrevw Meeting oaThare
aajrsveatasa. X. S. Albright, paator.
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
1 ' HACK LIS 88.
Obertin, I Arrive Tuesday, Tbanday and Saturday
PtttSeIi.i at a A. it. Leave at 1 P. M.
BrUIKoa. Arrive daily a JO A. If. Leave at
B. CWkaacM, i 11A.M.
' Kullaa.aa. 2 Arrfre Monday. Wednesday and Vrt
alllTaa. . (day at I P. Jd. Leave Tursdey.Thora
Polk. ) . day aalOatai lay at au A, M.
Spencer, " f Arrfre Tanadar. Thursday aad Sarer
HuieiiriVue, ( day at II A. M.. Lease at 1 P. M.
-t. PuWiher, Notice. ,
TM sddr s laael oa eaea paper shows tha data to
which UM sasacriber baa paid, tkiu:
Jerry Smith ljan79
Blnlaea that Mr. SarRh has paid for bla paper until
Jaaaary let, 1K7. The mall Het M eorrerted weekly.
By eouaUlas .oa add.ee label erery aabecribrr eaa
tall la aa iaataat haw b!a aeeoont atand and wheth
er ha baa reel Tad proper credit oa our hooka.
Wotiee. taaaHad ta thla coin
each laarrUoa, ralaloa trpa.
i at 10 cen par Una
. .. k pair of aboes that had been repaired
' - ware none time ajro left In Hontchton'i dine
atore.- Th Owr may prove property, pay
r-y tor Ula Tawtiee d Uke thea away. ,28 It
-'ifo Deception Uecl.'"
It U atrmajra. to many pee pic will continue
to .offer day after day with Dyapepala, Ut-
er-eomplaitT , Conatipatloe. &aar Btoanach,
General DebHity, when they can proenre at
our atore Shiloh'e Vltaliaer, free of cost if
It does sot care or relieve them. Price .75
cents. Sold by Ererett A Starr, Wellington.
' "' '' Magical Instruction.
E. O. Street announce to all who are
deairoas of takina; Music Lessons' this
somoier tat be will be eacly to resume
(' litsolan about June lt.' -Adresa Box
783,' bberlin. Ohio. ' 25 w 3
The anost popalarand fragrant perfume
of iha day at "Hackat stack." .Try it Sold
.by ETerett Btarr. WeUlneton, Ohio.
V." .We Challenge the World.
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When we say. we believe, we have evidence
to prove SbUoh'a Conanmption Core is
' .xdewddsely ibe-beet Lung Medicine made, In
aa much aa it win cure a common or chronic
coujrh la was half tha time and relieve Asth
aaa. Broachltia, WbooplB); Cough, Croup,
aad show Basra eases' of Coaanmption cured
Iffrlssisfit to take.'harmlesa to the younr
eat eJda3,aaa wa guarantee what' we say.
Piies M eenta, SO casta aad. 91 If vour
luagfe are sore, back or cheat lame, uss Sai
toh's Porous Plaater. Bold by Kverett &
Btarr, Welllnirtoal, Ohio.
- Almost Incredible. a
-. l Soob are the statements of tome who
bare been cured by the "Constitutional
I Catarrh Bemedy", yet they are we'.l
sustained and must be believed.
The medicine is for sale by Everett v
Starr, Wellinfton, Ohlo,and by Strong,
Cobb Co., Cleveland, Ohio. !" &
My daughter, aged lourteeo-, years
was attacked by Diphtheria In It very
i- worst form. I employed the most emi-
nent phylclan In Mount Vernon, who
pronounced it a .very, bad type of that
1 disease. With bis eon seat we used Dr.
, j GUea' Liniment Iodide Ammonia with
3 rapid and speedy results. . Applied ex-,
r tern til y and used it as a gargle, diluted
'4 with water.' It 'appeared to me as
f; though It neutralised the poison In her
ryatem. 5 " - . F. Goss,
v Eastchester, Westchester Co, P.;
' Sold by all druggists. Trial size' 25
cents. Send for pamphlet to Dr. GUea'
' 130. West Broadway N. Y. Sold by J.
W. Houghton, Wellington, Ohio.
"Two Caes Thought to he Con-
" '' eumptlon Cured. f
' Woodland, CaL, June 19, 1870.
i Dr. M. X. Tenner. Fredoiiia, K. Y.,
I Dear sir: Please send me two doaea bot-
' Uaa of Blood sad Liver Bemeey and Nerve
?c Totrte. -1 have eared two easea called' coa
: aarapUoa ot aa aggravated tvpe here with it
1 nee yoar Cough Honey with it la these
. cure. . . , . Toaas truly, i
. ..: v ...' -' P.Cbab-dall.
' . Dr. Fenaer s Blood and Liver Remedy
'- and Karve Toaio may well be called
- "The conquering hero" of the times. It
. is tha Bvrilioal hriamph of the age. Who-
evwr has "the bines" should take it, for
it regulates aad restores the disordered
system that gives rise to them. . R al
; ways eures Billionaneai."aad Livet Com-
plaint. Jaundice, Dyspepsia Consiipa-,
tion. Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen
-' Xnlamaents, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pirn-
plea, Blotches, and all akin eruptions
aad blood oliaordera; Swelled Llmba and
- Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves
? aad Kertoua Debility ; . Restore ; tesh
" and strength when the system is muring
. down or going into decline j enrea Fe-
aasjle Weakness and Chronic Rhenma-
tiam, aad relieves Chronic Bronchitis,
' and all Long aad Throat . dUBcultiea.
It doe these things by atriking at the
root of disease and removing iu causes.
. a j Dr. Feaawr'a Improved Coegh . Honey
will relieve any eongh In one hour.
Dr. Fenner's Golden Relief cures any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic qr
headache in 5 to 80 minutes, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint,
diarrhoea, dysentery. ' For sale by Dr. S.
B. Emerson. Dr. Fenner's St. Vitus
Dance 8pecine. One bottle always cures.
For sale by dealers.' "
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Don't fail to call for that ' 40 cent
Japan or Green tea at Houghton's, tf .
There it not more potent agent for
Manning or counteracting pain from
whatever cause than Lawson's . Cura
tive." For renewing and Invigorating
the abattererd nerves, for . Headache,
Neuralgia, .Rheumatism, ; end' Inflam
mation, It is the best known - remedy.
Price M cta., aod $1.00, large bottle.
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; 'That Imported Orient .Coffee. .we
have roatted and ground for as to order
so that oar customers may have it fresh
and pare, (I5t4j W.W. Haivat.
Spring Styles of Hat and Caps at
W. W. Harvey's. 25w4
See Baldwin, Laundon Jt Co.'s new
advertisement In this paper.
Rev. W. B. Thomfon went away to
attend the funeral of his father last
Eight persons were received Into
full membership at the 71. E. church
last Sunday. :
A full line of white and Colored
Shirts at W. W. Harvey'. 25w4
Rev. Albright was called home to
Delaware last week by the sudden death
of his brotuer'a wife.
Any omission of communications
and local items 1 explained by our bav
ins so many article on local tonic.
jfr- W. Crosier A Co., of Wellington
Have bought the Sullivan cheese factory
known as the Drake, Eaton A Co. fac
tory. Harvey has got that new style Col
lar in Paper and Linen. . 25w4
The boiler at Comstock's mill has
been patched In a neat aod workman
like manner by Cleveland workmen.
Harvey I getting in a new stock of
Clothing. . 25w4
The organ for the new chnrch came
Monday and as we go to press workmen
are busily engaged In pnttlng It togeth
er. Mrs. W. n: Ashford died last Fri
day after a brief Illness of pulmonary
disease. The funeral services were held
Handsome and very cheap line of
New Carpet just received at William
Rininger's, and selling at from twenty
cents per yard upward according to
quality. 25 6 w
The Disciple Church expect Elder
T. D. Garyin, of Columbus here thla
week to begin a series of meetings.
Further notice will be given by posters.
All are' cordially Invited to attend and
hear. . '
Wm. Rininger has Just received di
rect from the manufacturers the hand
somest and cheapest Wall Paper and
Decorations ever shown In Wellington.
Don't fail to see them before making
your purchases. 25 w 6
There Is a prospect of having an
other hardware and tin store in town.
Parties from Aurora, Ohio, have been
looking at, and have under considera
tion a proposal for selling the old Ba
kery Corner Look well before, you
The 1 :2S Express going North Tues
day afternoon just after leaving Roch
ester Station ran into a wagon contain
ing two men named Campbell and Fish.
One gentleman was instantly killed; the
other died before the train left. Of
course the team escaped.
R. N.Goodwin, the Insurance Agt.
will be found at his office In Husted
Bros'. Boot and Shoe Store, where he
will be pleased to see his old customers
needing anything In bis line, Stand
ard Companies represented and rates
reasonable.' Losses promptly adjusted
and paid at bis agency. 26w3
A two dollar and a half gold piece
was laid in the money drawer at Hough
ton's drug-store March 15th and that
same day was passed out by mistake for
a piece of small change. The person
who inadvertently received It will please
come back and get only what belongs
to him and thus save himself further
A lady's hat, a" small ' white milk
pitcher and a bottle containing a small
quantity of whiskey were found near
the North Primary rehool building last
Tuesday moi nlug and brought to our
office where they await'an owner. The
Indications create' a suspicion of foul
play, but no cine has yet been found
beyond those mentioned. The matter is
In the handa of our police who will no
doubt soon unravel the mystery.
Among the most remarkable pro
ductions of this age and country is
Hall's Hair Renewer. Its success is oa
parallelled.' It is sought after, by rich
and poor,, high and low .young and old.
Inhabitants of foreign binds the peo
ple of Australia,- or Europe, end of
South America And means to get it at
whatever cost. It 1 because it works
like magic. It restores the hair to its
youthful color and beauty, and rob
approaching age of one of its disagree
able accompaniments. If you are get
ting bald, try it. Try It if yeu are get
ting gray, or if you have any disease of
the scalp. Try it if you wish a good
bair dressing. It will not disappoint
yon. Muncie (Ind.) News.
The "Novelty Washer and Pound
er Manufacturers, of .Toledo, Ohio,"
swindle, which The Bearon exposed
the other day, has traveled pretty much
all over the state. ; We have before us
extracts from the Elyria Republican,
Wellington Enterprise and the Raven
na - Republican- Democrat giving ac
counts of the operations of these high
toned rascals. In every instance the
same plana were resorted to as lu the
Weager case, and with belter results,
"the, Wellington paper's article states
that Mr. Abel Daugherty, ofPenfleld,
was imposed on to the extent of $140.
The Lorain County case was that of an
old German named John H. Miller, In
Henrietta Township, . who wa forced
to sign his name to a no'e for a large
amount. In Portage County the swind
lers were only successful lu getting the
signature of a SlreeUboro man named
Frederick Plum.but no money. Nobody
that reads the papers needs to be swind
led In ' this matter. (Akron Daily
To dot Velllnffton Calf
You beae von tender,' Innocent leedle
Uad ve will have to feed yon ml tout vooc
For, vas yon starved dey would putu in von
- prisoa cell.
For dey would say dot was cruelty to de anl
' -' baaL
Bat next year better you look a leedle
Und, py schlmlny be careful vot you vas
For we will poison oldt Berg mlt your sklm-
Cod repeal dat law, den alt down on you mlt
Bat taking half for msglag bh not all ot my
Der voa more add er troubles as voold Dodder
for de whey vot dey made in dot vactory
Vaa made so poor dot te hock vat I fatted
' mlt de scnlop -
Only sold by de hunert pounds at two dollar
and a half
Ylch is another reason why I makes it hot
- lor you, you emu..
.. BAAo VOX WlCtlM.
It is said that Mrs. Briggs, cx-Dcpnty
Clerk will resume the practice of medi
cine. The State U the name of the new
Cleveland weekly journal whose chtef
distinctive feature will be to combat
Romanism. A well written article
sint to us would be more appropriate to
The house of Judge Taylor of Ash
land was considerably struck by light
ning a week ago Monday night.
During the thunder atorm Saturday
a grain barn belonging to Mr. Hiram
Richmond, In Liverpool, was struek by
.lightning and entirely consumed to
gether with about 200 bushels of wheat,
five cows and a new buggy. The barn
and wheat were Insured. Berea Ad
vertiser. W. L. Stearns, Enquire, met with an
unpleasant accident on Monday. He
was sitting near an open coal stove,
when the gas burst through the door
and enveloped bla head and shoulders
with flames, burning his hair.eysbrows
and beard to such an extent as to ren
der him almost unrecognizable by his
most Intimate friends. No further in
jury was sustained, however. Berea
A fine bay horse, new top buggy and
gold-plated harness were stolen from
the barn of Mr. Sprankle s Bath farmer
a week ago Saturday night.
Matheron,the proprietor of the chain
works at Cuyahoga Fall haa made an
assignment. New machinery, repairs
and other necessary and unlocked for
expenditures caused the expense
to exceed the profits, and the owner
would not go on involving others in
John L. Mlller.for more than twenty
years mail-carrier between Berea vil
lage and the station is succeeded by
Mayor Nichols Pres. of the Berea St'cct
John Elliler and his Euclid Avenue
Opera-Hojse Company has engaged
Rininger's Hall for Thursday eveniug,
April 24th to play the great and popu
lar play known as "H.M. S. Pinafore,"
which Is exciting every one who has
ever seen or heard it.
'Pinafore' bss been running at the Opera
House since Wednesday night with un
bounded success, Effle Ellsler ss 'Josephine.'
Those who have seen the opera In New Tork
and Philadelphia pronounce the Pittsburgh
cast the best in the country. Next week it
will be transferred to Library Hall, George
Knight, who was engaged for the Opera
House, refusing to relinquish his date."
Pittsburgh Cor. Cincinnati Enquirer.
Trial of a Pipe Orjan.
Yesterday afternoon a large num
ber of ladles and gentlemen assembled
at the Pipe Organ Factory to witness
the trial of the beautiful Instrument,
which has just been built by A. B.
Felgemaker A Co., for the Congrega
tional Church at Wellington, Ohio.
Professer August Huber, organise, of
Saint John's Episcopal Church, Dun
kirk, N. T. who haa a wide reputation
as a,n accomplished organist, was en
gaged to test the instrument. The fol
lowing selections were played with fine
effect: Overture : "La Dame Blanche"
Boieuldleu; "A few momenta with
the great masters" arranged by Prot.
Huber; "International medley;" '-A
strong castle is our Lord" Dr. M.
Luther; "Selections from Trovatore"
Verdi. During the trial It was ob
served that the solo stops ate very fine,
especially the German Gamba, which
has It pathetique full tone. The same
praise may be justly accorded to the
Oboe and Bassoon and Harmonic flute,
which are admirably pitched for orches
tral effect. The organ has excellent
diapasons, s very sweet Aollne, and a
superb Bourdon. It hasa front of 13 ft.
la 17 feet high, and has two manuals of
53 notes each, with a pedal of 27 notes.
and has 23 registers. The case 1 of
black walnut. There are 1,100 speaking
pipes in all, 45 of which are illumin
ated. The organ is bnilt with all the
modern improvements, and yesterday's
trial of IU powers gave satisfaction in
every particular, both to the organist,
the audience and the builder. The Con
gregational community of Wellington,
Ohio will have no reason to regret or
dering their organ from Erie. (Erie
Thomas K. Boecber.
Is fifty-five years of age, and a pastor
in Elmira, New York. He early devel
oped talents of a high order, and these,
added to some harmlesi eccentricities
of manner, soon attracted a numeious
nd delighted auditory. Mr. Beechcr
haa served the church in Elmira, with
algnal acceptance and distinguished
success for nearly twenty-five years.
He did not accept the call in the usual
manner. He only agread to servo the
church for so much per month until
such time as they should mutually
agree to a settlement, wagea to be paid
monthly. That arrangement ha con
tinued to this day. Mr. Beecher Is a
man of broad and thorough culture.
In the estimation of many, bis scholar
ship is more critical, and his mental
processes more orderly and logical
than those of Ms more distinguished
half brother, nenry Ward, ne Is ne
ver content with a mere cursory glance
at things, or a surface acquaintance
with a subject. With strong intuitional
powers he combines keen analysis and
sharp Investigation and Is ever seeking
to get down to the roots and foundation
of things. His mental processes are very
rapid. An error, a fallacy, a falsehood
be is quick to discover, and without
hesitation or care for consequences, he
eliminates and discards it. With syn
thetical powers equal to his analytical,
he seeks-to unify, strengthen and utilize
all remaining truths. He has a whole
some horror of mere negation, and In'
slats npn having truth in definitive
and affirmative form.
Bavin a mind of great originality,
strength and independence he has ever
been in advance ol public opinion ; has
had s following sometime large, some
times small ; has been greatly honored,
and greatly abused ; haa sometimes been
comprehended, but oftener mlsun der-
stood; has been warmly loved, and
most heartily hated.
Mr. Beecher sees truth In all creeds
and good in all churches. He finds
himself in close sympathy and fellow
ship with alt good people everywhere.
One is your Master, eren Christ; and
all ye are brethren." The spirit of this
truth possesses and controls him.
Mr. Beecher Is a natural teacher, and
cannot preacii without instructing bis
bearers, ne is exceedingly apt and fer
tile in Illustration. . His manner is ear
nest, pleasing and often eloquent. Con
versational In style, of magnetic pres
ence, abounding in tender sympathies
and generous impulses, he olten wins
the heart, where he fails to carry the
head. Utterly without ostentation.des
tltuteof all sham ministerial dignity, a
friend to the poor, approachable to all,a
genial companion, a faithful friend he,
as might be supposed, enjoys the confi
dence and good will of a vast majority
of his fellow-citizens.
He identifies himself readily with ev
ery movement looking to the social and
material welfare of the community in
which he lives. Whether it be in the
coniuct of public schools, iu the build
ing of school houses, in the putting
down of sewers and pavements, in the
construction of an opera-hou sc, or in
the building of iron bridges across the
Chemung river, hi voice ia heard, and
his influence felt, impelling to good,
honest work, and economical outlay,
ne is a practical educator, beildes being
no mean architect and engineer. No
man in Elmira could die, who would be
so much missed, or whose loss the peo
ple would so universally deplore. Ills
love for Elmira is fervent and deep.
The most tempting ofiers from churches
in Hartford, New York and Chicago
have failed to secure him. He will
probably live and die at hia little home
on the hillside, which overlooks the
beautiful valley of the Chemung and
the Queen City of the Southern Tier.
Elmira, N. Y. correspondence of the
Life's Best Estate.
From the Dubuque Daily Times we
copy t'.e following account of the mar
riage on the 6th Inst., of a daughter of
Mr. Abel Daugherty originally of Spen
cer, and many years a resident of. Wel
"Weddings bells, so to speak, pealed
forth their joyous notes last night on
Iowa street. At the residence of the
bride's father. Miss Lillian Daugherty
was marrie'l to Mr. Frank 1'. tiarcken.
Kev. W. Fancett performed the cere
mony and gave the formal sanctions of
law and religion to the union of heart
suitable, devoted and pledged. The
company was not large, but select, com
posed princlpniiy or relatives anil spec
ial friends. The bride has been long
known and highly esteemed In the citv,
and the bridegroom is one of Dubuque's
inoex promising jruu.ijc uicu. iiumcivun
friends and acquaintances will wish
them the 'much joy' which ever at
tends a true marriage, earth's best es
tate. The pair for the present have
taken rooms at Mrs. Marsh's, on Julian
avenue, and last night when the festiv
ities were over they were driven tncre
u a carriage. A Ion voyage to Uiem
over the matrimonial sea."
Philo Penfield and wife accompanied
by Miss Ella Norton started for their
Michigan home last Friday.
Ed. Norton sold his personal property
at public aale on Saturday. . He ia going
to work ia Baldwin, Laundon fc Co.'s
East Penfield factory thla summer occu
pying the howaa eaaaecied with ha iaa
Penfield sustains the loss of some of
her best citizens in the removal of L. W.
Houghton and family, who take up their
residence in Oberlin for an indefinite pe
riod leaving Walter and bis bride in pos
session of the homestead.
Dear Mr. Editor and every one,
I wish to ssk a queation
And then perhaps, before we've done
I'll make a few suggestions.
8uppoee, sir I should buy a cow.
And that old cow should fail me.
Could I get daauhze from the man
Who's wood enough to bail me?
And then if we could cot agree,
And left it to arbitration.
Shall he abide by what they decide
And make remuneration! .
A case psssed off not long sgo
Decided by our 'Squire,
And I feel anxious now to know
And that's why I Inquire.
Deacon Roger surprised us last Mon
day by showing as about a dozen fine
healthy-looking grasshoppers which he
caught in bis meadow. They seemed to
be in the very best of spirit and hopped
about so lively that no one would suppose
they had been covered with snow the
L. L. Drown is at home on business for
a few days. We understand that he has
rented his farm to Bruce McAdoo.
Six new members were received into
the Congregational Church last Sabbath.
An outrage that waa committed in our
town some time ago has recently come
to light, and although we have no sym
pathy with the perpetrator, yet out of re
spect for his family we will refrain from
giving the full particulars of the case.
A few words of comment. We think it
would have been much better if the in
jured party bad taken some steps in the
matterat the time of its occurrence. Some
have hinted that it waa hushed up be
cause the criminal and the injured party
belong to the same fraternity, but we
can hardly believe this to be true. If it
is, we have no hesitancy in saying that
such a society is a disgrace to any civil
ized community. We believe in giving
even the devil his due no matter what or
ganization he may belong to.
There ia now a possibility of going
west from onr town by the Overland
Route, aa the new sidewalk is ht last fin
ished and we know the publio will appre
ciate it. The funds were raised by vol
untary contributions Mr. Wm. Rogers
heading the list with ten dollars.
A young man by the name of Doolittle
who haa been living in Sulllvao far some
time attempted to poison himself last
week by taking a dose of powdered
Spanish Flies. He haa sines gone to
Cleveland. It is thought he will hot re
cover. Old Solomoh.
f ELY It I A.
Sir. Eattie E. Warren, who recently
came here from WcUingtoa,has hung out
her shingle at the residence of Mrs. Ur
Haynes, corner of West Avenue and
The New York Criterion Comedy Co.,
played their amusing and popular come
dy entitled "Whims" to a good sized
house last Wednesday evening. The
company which is by far the best that
ever visited our place, ha left a name
behind them, that will assure tnem a
cordial welcome and a most gratifying
benefit should they ever visit us again,
The remains of Charlev Pprler the
freight conductor who waa killed a few
days since in Cleveland, were brought
here last Monday afternoon lor ourial.
The Gas A Water Co. have a large
force of men at work, and the gas-works
will be completed as soon aa possible.
I he water worka will not be commenced
Until later id the season.
The greater part of the money
has been subscribed for the new M .E.
church and work will be commenced at
an early day. .When completed it will
cost about $20,000 and will be erected
just west of St. Andrew' Protestant
Episcopal church and south of the Pub
Lo Square. -
V. V. alanville. of LaGrange. and Al
bert L. Bingham of Eaton, will open a
hoe and clothing store about the first of
April in the room formerly occupied by
Dibble in Ely's block.
.Encouraging reports from all parts of
the county lead ua to believe that the
courthouse question will be carried by a
i air majority, it la not likely that the
Courthouse can ever bs built again with
so little expense as it can be the coming
year. Already the iron merchants in
Philadelphia and other places are ad
vancing the price of iron and the indica
tions are that other materials and the
price of labor will be higher. The com
missioners will publish the estimated cost
An attempt is being made to secure
the pardon of Carpenter and Dillingham
sentenced to the penitentiary at the last
term of Court.
A. W. N.
fHE BBAUTira. INPIAX MAIDENS.
The tnnldunx of the famous Seneca tribe
of Indians who once roamed over the pic
turesque and beautiful valleys and lofty
lulls of the upper Allegheny river (now the
famous oil regions of Pennsylvania), were
noted among ull the neighboring tribes for
the wealth and beauty of their tresses,
which were of remarkable length and ex
quisite fineness of texture, and in color so
black, that the simile of the raven's wing
was hardly a just comparison; an elegant
background that brought out the olive
brown complexion of the maidens, and
formed an exquisite and charming picture
of savage female loveliness delightful to be
hold. Why their hair was of such rare
bt-auty and of such extreme length was a
deep, puzzling mystery to the maidens of
nil the neighboring tribes, and was a source
of continual jealousies on their part It
has long remained a mystery, and would
no doubt have died away altogether with
the rest of the Indian traditions had not
the discovery of petroleum oil furnished
the cue, and maukind now possesses the
great secret which had remained sealed
within the Third Sand rock of oblivion,
until released by the hand of scientific in
dustry, it gushes forth in treasures of petrol
eum to the world. But the knowledge was
practically useless to the prematurely bald
and gray, as noonein civilized society could
tolerate the use of refined petroleum as a
dressing for the Lair. But the skill of one
of our chemists has overcome the difficulty,
and, by a process known only to himself,
he lias, after very elaborate aud costly ex
periments, succeeded in deodorizing pe
troleum, which renders it susceptible of
being bandled'as daintily as the famous
tan de colmjne. The experiments with the
deodorized liquid on the human hair were
attended with the most astonishing results.
A few replications, where the hair was thin
and falling, gave remarkable tone and vigor
to the scalp and hair. Every particle of dan
druff disappears on the first or second dres
sing, and the liquid, so searching in its .na
ture, seems to penetrate to the roots at once,
and set up a radical change from the start
It is well known that the most beautiful col
ors are made from petroleum, and by some
mysterious operation of nature the use of
this article gradually imparts a beautiful
light brown color to the hair, which, by
continued use, deepens to a black. The
color remains permanent for an indefinite
length of time, and the change is so grad
ual that the most intimate friends can
scarcely detect its progress. In a word, it
is the most wonderful discovery of the age,
and well calculated to make the prema
turely bald and gray rejoice. The name
Corboline Las been given to the article,
and is put up in a neat and attractive man
ner, and sold by all dealers in drugs and
medicines. Price One Dollar a bottle.
Mr. wr K. K-wntw.-e 1 .-74V Wabaab.
Avenue, Chicago, 111., write : '"I bad
a valuable liorre dead lame last week.
Two bottle of Giles' Liniment Iodide
Ammonia made a complete cure."
Sold by all druggists. Trial size 25 cta
Send for pamphlet to Dr. Giles, 120
West Broadway, N. Y. Sold by J. W.
Houghton', Wellington, Ohio.
If you want anything in the line of
Hardware at Bottom Prices, call at J
H. Woolley's. I mean BUSINESS. 25tf
GRI8SINGEK DELONO. On Wednesday,
March 12th, 1879, at the residence ot the
bride's parents, by the Rev. Isaiah Dennis,
Mr. John Griselnger, of Homer, Ohio, to
Miss Ida L. DeLong, of Harrisville, Medl
na county, Ohio.
At Little Falls on the 17th inst. there
were sold 650 boxes nearly all Octo
bers and Novembers at 6 7 cents.
There were 27 boxes farm dairy sold at
There is no change in prices here but
the market is increasingly dull'
Wc quote: Buying, (naked) 5 to 5
cents. Billing (boxed) CJ, 7 cents.
The shipments of cheese for the
week ending Mar. 19th, are as follows
Xo. of boxes, 1,139 No lbs, 41,000.
Butter for the same time as follows :
No. of pkgs. 42. No. of pounds, 2,609.
Welliugton Produce Market.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY BALDWIN, LAUN
Applfta, dried. H.....2V
Applea, preen, at bu....2.
Brc.w.x. lb 1.',
Oeeae dreraed. o lb 00
H .y. ton 8 ua
Ham. amoked, a lb a
.Maple Sugar, w lb....Mwlo
Potato, w bu 73
Heana, V ba 1 &i
Buckwheat, ba 7
Chlckt-n. rinmed.a lb...nl
Clover eeed. bu S SO
Calf Skin. " lb 7
Deeon bklM.V lb. .eo&rill
Dui k. dreaKd, St lb lu
Kan. lb 1
s at. One. bbl .2 75
Salt, Aahtno. at lb S
Salt. Common. t bbl.. 1 25
Dairy. lb 154
Malt. Solar. V bbl .3 )
Sh-f p Frlia rib 25
Turkrya dreaKd, V lb Am id
Timothy aeed,..l 1SW1 25
Creamery, f lb 2"
Emr. doa la
Fcalhera, lb 7u
Grain, Flour and Feed.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY H. B. HAMLIN.
Hett White. St aack
Ileal Red, eack..
No. a. aack
Graham. St cwt
Bolted Meal, at cwt ..
Meal, r cwt
Short.. r cwt
Oil Maal. cwt.
Bran, at cwt so. at ton
Cora, abelled. bu..
Corn In ear, V ba....
Data, at bu..:
Clover teed. It bu ....
Timothy seed. V bu..
Corn, ataelled, V ba...
Cora. In ear, w ba ....
Oata, St bu
Clover eeed. at bu
Timothy aecd, ba..
For Sale or Reiit.
House of eight rooma, on Clay St., In ood order.
House on Cortland A to., aerea rooma, aearly new.
Itouee on Proapoct St., eight rooma, nearly new.
All the above bare cood cellars, fruit and barns
Is connection with room for a good garden. Apply to
It B. J. ROBINSON, Seal Eatate Agent.
Sale of Real Estate by Order
Oa Saturday, tha Sth day of April, A. D. 187a, at
the boar of 1 o'clock, P. M. . on tbe premlees In Pen-
Held town, til p. will be sold to the highest bidder tha
following real eatate aa tha property of Jamea Die-
brow, deceased, to-wtt: Being part of Tract Ko. 1,
la section of land conveyed by Caleb Atwater to Abl
gall Andrews, bounded north by land conveyed to
Rath Cook by Caleb Atwater. east by land conveyed
to Oideoa B. Penfield, south by tha ea.t aad west
center section Una of aald township, and west by tha
center ot a north aad south road which waa intended
to be laid one mile west of tha north and south cea
ter road, tba asms to extend from aald w cetera boun
dary far enough east to make sixty and ilxty one-
hundred tha (eo 80-100) seres of bud, subject to the
right of dower of Cynthia Dlsbrow and bar right of
homestead. Appraised at S1.S90. Terms of aale.
one-third down, one-third la one year and one-third
in two yean and interest ELlsIIA SHELDON,
St4 Administrator of i arnw PUbtow.
IT WILL PAY YOU
. To buy your SHIRTS of
Practical Shirt Maker, - Mansfield, O.
X. T. Mill or Wamsatta, 2200 linen, 125.00
" " " 1800 " ; . 18.00
As good aa any eastern shirt, - . 12.00
Six shirts for - - - - 6.00
I do dt own cutting and can furnish a
better fitting and better shirt than you can
get elsewhere. Measure taken by
7. C. LEACH, Agent,
At Harvey's. Wellington, O.
P. 8. A nice line of imported shirtings.
You are cordially invited to
inspect our large stock of
The Best Assorted,
Do not be induced to purchase
a single article of
Until you have called
Please remember our competi
tors do not pretend to com
pete with us in the
Quality of our Work.
The Latest Scandal
Those new German Plate-Glass Mirrors
at Bowlby & Hall's are strictly honest.
Look into one and possibly you will walk
right up to the proprietor and buy 25
cents worth of the celebrated Gold dust
Soap, a Smoked Ham, a sack of the best
Flour in town, and maybe some choice
Peach Blow Potatoes and Marrowfat
Sugar, TJnpfcimmea Cheese, JNew""Sork
Buckwheat Flour, and choice dried Beef
are better for the complexion than drink.
Come and buy liberally and try it.
Dishes and Glassware continue to come
in every few days and somebody must
buy them, so walk up cheerfully and no
Builders will please remember that we
sell Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris and
The latest scandal out is about
John and ' and that new
Coffee-Roaster. It works complete.
Come in when we roast and sec him blush
while he hugs the crank.
BOWLBY & HALL.
Having purchased the large
Wareroom formerly owned by
T. Doland. and fitted it up for
a JLivery Stable and furnished
it with first-class rigs, all new,
I am prepared to meet every
want of the public in my line.
Good, teams furnished at all
hours and at reasonable rates.
P. C. THOMAS.
Do not neglect to care for and so lose
your teeth. A small amount of money
expended to keep them in good condi
tion is a good investment. Wc keep
Tooth Brushes, Powder and Mouth
Washes and will be glad to select for
each of our patients just such as their
This is the time of the year to have
your bad teeth removed before the cold
weather comes and they begin to ache.
We make Gold, Silver, Continuous
Gum and Celluloid Plates (besides oth
er kinds), but find Gold a much better
base for artificial teeth than Rubber.
Examination and counsel free.
We will be glad to work for any who
may desire our services.
Teeth extracted without pain by the
use of Nitrous Oxide Gas. 9-3 in
Holbrook Brothers. D. D. S.
h AA a week in yonr own town. $5 Outfl
VRR (ri Ko risk. Reader. If yon waa
abnainesa at which persona of either
aex can make great pay all the time
they work, write for paiticulars to H. Hallett A
uo.. roruana, mains- u-zayi-
aad If ORPnTKB abtt sls
lutcl so. ipndity cared, hi.
Im. K. sblieMy. 8n4 Muis
fc. Mlparticalan. Or Caruoa,
The finest and best assorted styles
of visiting card ever brought to Wel
lington are in our new stock, ana win
be printed cheap to order at tnts omoe.
Do You Believe It? ...
That in this town there are scores of per-
ons passing our stole every day whoae lives
are luade miserable by indigestion dyspep
sia, sour and distressed stomach, liver com
plaint, constipation, when, lr 75 cts. we
will sell them aliiloh s Vitamer, guaran
teed to cure them. Sold by Everett a
Starr, Wellington, O.
business yon can engage In. $5 to $30
per dny made by any worker of either
aex, riicbt in thtsir own localities. Par
ticulars sndssn.ules worth S3 free.
rove year Spare tim at thla bueineae. Addrea
BTiasoBasuo., roruaaa, svaiaa. ii-i7yi-
-1 am now in daily receipt of
resh Ovsters from Baltimore.
and will sell bulk and can oys
ters cheaper than ever,'by the
dish, served up in every style.
For church and benevolent
objects I will make reasonable
deductions, also to merchants.
Please do not forget that I keep a full sup
ply of Groceries and Provisions, together
with Fruits and Confectionery,' Tobacco aad
Cigan, Lunch and Hot Tea and Coffee at all
hours, aud no pains spared to accommodate
all who call.
Thankful for past favors I remain yonr
"THE HARVEST ISTAST
AND THE SUMMER
Now mak "DECEMBER AS PLEAS
ANT AS MAY" by providing yourselves
with one of our elegant Stoves of which
The Cream of the World,
The old reliable Argand,
The beautiful Golden Star,
The Majestic Garland and
The glittering Gold Coin,
And this is not all!
We can show yon the finest
Made in the world, and wood '
Unequaled in beauty, quality and price on
the American continent, we sen every
thing in our line at bottom prices and guar
We generally have second hand stoves
that we sell cheap.
Lamp and lamp goods is one of our
Come and See Us !
ILAXTG & PEIRCE.
Just published, in a Sjaltd JEareippe. Price 6 eta.
a T n. h- vatni. fTrMtment. and Radlea.
cure of Seminal Weakness, or SjermatorrlKEs, in
duced by Self- Abuse, involuntary Emissions. Impo-
lias-e aeocrally: Consumption, tpllepjy, and Fits;
Mental and Physical Incapacity, ens. By liOBKKT
4. CULVaawELU M. v.. author ot the Green
The world-renowned author, tn thla admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves from bis own experience that the
awful consequences of self-Abuse nisy be effectually
removed without medicine, and without dangerous
urKlcal operations, bouaies. Instruments, rlntrs, or
cordial ; pointing out a mode of cure at once certain
and eflectusl. by which every uerer. no matter
wnaifllr conuilion may ne, nuqeunt uuu.v.
ly, privately and radically.
tar-This Lecture will Drove a boos to thousands
Sent nnder seal, tn a plain envelope, to any address.
post-paid, on receipt of six centa or a postage stamps.
Address the Publishers, . . v
The Culverw-eU Helical Co.,
tl Ann St.. New York,
FrofioaTaVBae. - "
B.D. Palmer, D.D.S.
Successor to Dr. J. J. Stedman.
Especial attention given to the
Preservation, of tlx
By filling and cleaning.
Inserted nponll the various bases .
known to the profession. '
ALL WORK WA RR&NTED.
OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING.
A Hare Chance.
Btjsh fc Belden wish to say
t3 their customers and the
public generally, that they
contemplate closing out their
clothing business and have de
cided to mike a slaughter in
All desirable goods "will be
sold at cost ; those a little off
will be sold regardless of cost.
WE MEAN BUSINESS. If
you don't believe it come and
see for yourselves. ;
Cash, and nothing else,' will
be taken for goods at cost. .
. BUSH & BELDEN.
Aug. 28th, 1878.
Wagons and Sleighs. v
Having purchased the interest of C.
Thomas In tbe carriage business, I shall de
vote my entire time and energy to supply ruts;
everythink in my line that the necessities'- ot
my customers demand.
I have a larare stock of new and d
band carriages, which will be - sold at pri. tea
to suit the times.
Office and Factory at the old stand a
formerly. .. ibauklul for past favors, lew
licit a coutinuance of yoar patmnage. '
aiitioyl ; . I. DOLAND.
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY I
A Deodorized extract of Petroleum,
The Only Article that Will Re
store Hair on Bald Heads.
What the World has been
Wanting Tor Centuries.
The greatest discovery of oar day, so far as a
large portion of hnmanity ia concerned, la CAR
BO LINE, an article prepared from petroleum, and
which eoecta a complete and radical cure in ease of
wkam. . Kj. ii.tr nhr to diseases of
uwuiKn,. " ....... ...v 1 o
the scalp, haa become tnn and tends to fall out.
It is also s speedy restorative, ana wnue lis use se
enres a luxuriant erowth of hair, it slso brings back
the natural color, and gives the most complete sat
isfaction in the using. .The laaing out oi wenair,
the accumulations of dandruff, and the prematura
change in color are all evidences of a diseased con
dition of the scalp and the glands which nourish tha
hair. To arrest these causes tbe article used most
possess medical ss well aa chemical virtue, and the
change must begin under the tcalp to be of perma
nent and lasting benefit. Such aa article is CABV
BOLXSB, and, like many other wonderful discov
eries, it is found to consist of elements almost ia
their natural state. Petroleum oil is the article
which Is made to work such extraordinary results ;
but it is after it has been chemically treated and
completely deodorized that it ia in proper condition
for tha toilet, it was In far-off Russia that the -effect
of petroleum npon the hair was first observed,
s Government officer having noticed that a partially
bald-headed servant of hia, when trimming the
lampa, had a habit of wiping hia oil-besmeared
hands In hia scanty locks, and the result waa In a
few months a much finer head ot black, glossy hair
than be ever had before. .The oil was tried on
horses and cattle that bad lost their hair from the
cattle plague, and the results were as rapid as they
were marvelous. - The manes and even the tails of
horses, which bad fallen oat, were completely re
stored in a few weeks. : These experiments were
heralded to the world, but the knowledge was prac
tically nseless to the prematurely bald and gray, sa
no one In civilized society could tolerate the use of
refined petroleum sss dressing for the hsir. But the
skill of one of our chemists has overcome the diffi
culty, and by a process knowa only to himself, he
has, after very elaborate and costly experiments, suc
ceeded in deodorizing refined rjetroleum, which
renders it susceptible of being handled as daintily
as the famous eau at cologne, u ne cxperuncuui -.v.
ja-j KnnM nn tha hnman hair were at
tended with the moat astonishing results. A few
applications, where the hair waa thin and falling,
save remarkable tone and vigor to the scalp ssd
bair. ..Every particle or uanaruu uumi -the
linnid so search-
lug In iu nature, seems to penetrate to tab roots at
once, and set up a radical cnaDgo iron, me m.. -t
ii i- Mint tho most beautiful colors are
mado from petroleum, and, by some mysterious
operation or nature, tue use oi mu. uuus fa
ally Imparts a beautiful light-brown color to the
hair which by continued nse. deepens to a black.
The color remain permatieitt for an indefinite length
of time, and the chance ia so gradual that the most
intimate friends can scarcely detect its progress.
Ia a -word, it is the moat wonderful discovery of
tha age and well calculated to make the prema
turely bald and gray rejoice.
we adviee our readers to give It a trial, teeMhS
I satisfied that one application win cuuu,mj . .
Uwwooderful efiecU. PUtMntrqK Commercial qf
Toct.THi-tS7T. rT .
The article ta telling its own story m tne nanus or
iboaranda who are using it with the most gratifying
aud encouraging rcsalta :
W. H. Bniu. Co.. Fifth Avenne Pharmacy, says.
"We have sold preparations for the hair for upward
of twenty years, but have never had oue to sell as
well or a-ive each universal satisfaction. Wc there
fore recommend it with conddence to our friends
and tiiegeocral public"
Mr Oorravcs P. Hill, of the Oates Opera
Troupe, writes: " After six weeks' nee 1 am con
vinced, cs sre slso my comrades, that your Csrbo
b'ne' bss and is producing a wonderful growth or
katir where 1 had none for years." .
C. II. Smith, of the Jennie H!ht Combination,
writes- " After using your ' Carbolino' three weeka
I am convinced that bald head can be ' re-haircd.
It's simply wonderful in my case."
B. F. Abtbtcb, chemiM, Bolyoke, Mass.. write:
Yonr ' C'arboline' has restored my hair after every
thing else had failed."
Josefs B. Poitd, attomey-at-Iaw, Tto. Attleboro,
Mass., writes : For more than SO years a portion of
any bead haa been aa smooth and free from hair as a
bilHavrd ball, but some eight weeks ago 1 waa In
duced to try yoar Carbon ne, and the effect haa
been simply wonderful. Where no hair has been
seen for years there now appears a thick growth.
, wd I am convinced that by conlinningita use I shall
h.vve aa good a bead of hair aa I ever had. It ia
gt swing now nearly aa rapidly as hair does after
ft is cut
Is -rum presented to the public without fear of eon
tnavliction aa tne best Restorative and Beautifier of
too Hair the world haa ever produced.
Price, ONB DOLLAR per bsttlt.
SolA by aUl Prwgglsta.
irriaiiFiVY A CO.. PITTSBURG. PA..
Sole Agents for the United States, the Canada! and
, Great Britain. ,, ....
Oean maks money faster at work for ns than at
anything else. Capital aot required; we will
start you. tlx a day at home mads by tha indue
trioas. Men. women, boys and irla wanted
everywhere to work furua. Now Is the time. Coat
ly outfit and terms bee. Address Taua A Co., Aa
guata, Maine. ll-7jl
may be found ore
file at Geo. P.
BOWSXL A CO-S
Bureau (10 Sprue
i street), wnero auvor
t 'sins; contracts may
bo taade for it in
PilOF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE
. POX SPEEKATT0EH(EA.
A VatlUaVble PtoOOwCTJT
and New Drpartai In Med
irl ftewece, tut entirt-rr
New ni poeltivrry crlerW
ire HetnMiy tor the tpcedy
and pcvvDeUient Cure ot
Seminal Em tart cms ak
Impotemcy by the only
true way, vist JMrvo
Acnlieaticm to the nris
,... a inn a JisniM. evmts
r:mt8ctvt irtI'iMN, acting by Absorption, and exer
ting in cpocfie mdaience o the Seminal Veaielea Xao
tlatory Ihirt, PrcwtrtU Gland and TJtothr. The uea
ottho KtrrKV-y ftSandcd with bo pain ot ineonTtrnience,
it quickly dieealwad and aooa absorbed, rodncinf aa
immediate tootUs ttd rwatprailve effect upon the act
ual ana leCrw: ot,iS3jsi.uuv winam sruau wwii-asia-w
and exct2t.es. Mopping tba drain Irom the eystetn. rraioe
inffite xnixia. to i.eaUh an4 sound memory, removing
the'mnoMOffeienA KerTona Debility, Confuaiom
IdeUV, AVvrrHlDli l OUUICIJ, AlUAlU. ansa tue ssaacata-
ance of premature eld ace usmaltr aceomesMiyina thla
trouble, and teetorinit perfect Sexual Vigor, where it aaa
been uonaam lorTtmra. a w. aw
the teat in very ivnrcre caaea, and if now protioencad
access. Xruec are too much prescribed in these troubles,
and. many can bear wittiest to, with bat little it any
nermanentrood. There U no Noravrase ebotrt title Prepara
tion. Practical observation enables tn te positively frusran.
tee that it will aire eatiataction. Darin, tha etch
vcars that It haabeea iu general nee w have Utonmuds
ot testimonisls aa to it value, ai4 It la new eoneeed
ed by the Medical Profession to be the ntost rational
means yrt discoercd ot iwliirt and curiae, thla very prev
alent trouble, that is well known to be the cause ot uuto Id
misery to so many, and wm Qweek y with
their iiwele-a notrtrutnt and biieea.The Remedy ia put p
in attest Mx, enough to last a month, and sent m a plaiat
wrapper fey mail sealed for $3. Two boxes. samelewt te
eflwtertaawnteareanleM in wavers esses) M Three
boxes Ueg three fall 1iVf w!li22l
res: ore rivr, la the went cases. 7 Full DIRBCTI0H8
or n-rlnp will aocempme BACH BOX.
(Send for a Descriptive Pamphlet tWi&C A ae Willi Il
IUuetTationa, which will conTinee the moat sestet ical
that they eaa be restored to perlect maeawod, and
fitted for rhs datiee of M earns a if mr afrected. W
Seat Sealed tor atesn te any est. SeldOVX-T J the'
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MPaCHCMlSTS.
Market d ft tHSte. tT.LOUIt.MO.
- Why do yea carry that rusty looking Trmwmlllmf
Jt-sT, when jtm can make it look just aa well as a
3B0W3 THENCE DBISSHTCJ,
BE0W3- SATIN. POLISH?
Aad dem't let the children, boots look so rusty and
khabby. whea aa n can be given.
tbm by either or tneawiire.n woks. jo
ajet at any Bsoe store, at wiu .
Iaosiquence of their crest iwpolajtbere
are awverallmitations. To keep pesos ia the tatty,
Sis your husband a box of .
BROWN'S ARMY&NAYT BLICKIII,
ha ha may be oa an equal footing. . . ..
Awarded the AMfcest elWa ind extfar
i ot Bate by Dt. B. B.EmertOtd
,T A,.-. J,