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Thursday, May 8, 1879.
J. W. HOUGHTON. M. H. HOUGHTON,
C.C. C. & I.B. B. Time-table.
Trains leave Wellington Station as fol
Ko 1. Cla. IW. Exams aad Mall g:SS a. a.
K& 8.-6. Loats Ctnelaaatt Expna,,.. shop. m.
Xo. . irisM sUiaue , Mail. a:s?r.a.
No. T.-OeeetaaS Aeommolatloa... 5:30 r. n.
Local Frela-bta, 8:SS a. k. and 5:20 p. a.
So. l-HHW Kxarea. A MaO. 5:40 a.m.
No. 4. St. Louts Cla. Express A Mall, ... 1:3 p.x.
No. . ClerOaadKxprBaa, 7:S1 M.
No. 6. Cleveland Aecoemnoilatspa. 8:55 a. a.
Local FMshta. .3:10 7 K0 p.v.
. . . H. TI8HKB. Asjent.
: Church Directory.
DIBCIPLS CHCBCH. Services trrrf Sshbath at
MnSO A. at aod 7MJ0 P M. Kabbatn School at 12
l rayer Mvetlns on ThurMlaj evenings, w. a.
COKORKGATION AI. CHURCH. Bet-rice evavy
Sabbath at l:au A. M. and 7: P. M. Sabbath
- Kcboul at 11 M Prayer lieetins oa Thursday even
IBS. J. A- lljr, paator.
MBTHOMST KPIft-OPAL CHTOCH. Servleea ev
ery Sabbath at m-.aa A. M. and 7: P. M. babbath
Sabbath School at II M. Prayer Meeting OB Ttiura
dajavtalnca. V. b. Albright, pastor. -
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
Olwrlla, ArrlTe Taeadav, Thnradae and Batarday
PlUaieM. at OA. it. Leave at 1 P. M.
Briatrtoa. ' 1 Arrlra dally at 10 A. M. Lean at
K. ClarksasM. ( - -lHa.il.
HmtlBCtoa, ) Arrlva Monday. Wednesday and Tri
Sallivaa, day at 1P.M. Leave Tut-xi.y.Thora-Polk,
) day and Ssturiay at 8:30 A. M.
SpencerT ? Arrive Taeaday, Thnnday and Satnr
Houervilta, f day m 11 A. M. Lain H1P.H.
Tha addree. label on each paper ah ova the data to
which the aabacribar haa paid, tuu:
Jerry Smith 1 jan 79"
Blcalnea that Sr. Smith haa paid for hi paper nntll
iaaAary let. 1KTB. The mall Hat 1 corrected weekly,
y eeataJUng the addiaa label crery sabaerlber can
teH ta aa lnataal hoar hla aeeoent stands, and wheth
er ae haa rsoelrsd proper credit oa oar book.
- Katies haiuind tethla column at K) ceatx per line
aach tasserttoa. Union trpa.
? A job lot of Hosiery, cheap, at Fitch's.
V Heavy mixed Rote, Se a pair, at Fitch's.
Aa elegant line of Fancy Hose at Fitch'a.
Boy' white and fancy Shirts at Fitch'a.
Those nice sammer Hats for men and
toys caa be found st Fitch's.
' ,T French and American Percale Bhirts at
, A new lot of Scarfs, CoUars and Ties,
fatest styles, at Fitch's.
t FITCH has Just ahelrea aa elegant line
a( Clothing for Hen, Boys and Children, at
prices lower than ever.
li DIAMOND BHIRTS, 75 cents to $1.50 ;
4 RA It t - .ft Vtf.k.
j,' Too. can get two good linen collars, lat
liat atyle, freak from factory for aa even
nailer at Fitch'a.
r-j Ton eaa kbs a Laaadried Bhlrt for 80
cents at Fitch's. -
taaU wUi neta fair woraina; shirt and
83 eents a heavy chevoit with doable back,
made to ordar, at Fitch'a.
" Bpriaf; dotha are la andMeltk la bnsy
making; np those nobby knits at Fitch'a.
- 'Wanted, stock-breeders snd dalrrmen to
know that ft. F- Janes, of WeUInrtoa, hue a
flne Jersey boll, bred by the noted Importer
. and Breeder, W. L. Gardner, Norwaik, Ohio.
It Is thoroughbred and is recorded In the
American Jersey Cattle Club Re later, and
b a '.very fine animal. Those' Interested
please call at his farm in the north part of
the village.. ... 81 tf
" Vaani1 Calf Boots, a good aitkle, $3.50
r.f r. - Millinery,
lira. A. H. Palmer would Inform the la
dies of WelttBtonnd vicinity that ahe has
Jast opened a fine line of Bonnets, Hats,
Ribbons, Flowers, Trimmings, Etc ail xw
ooobs and she believes they can be sold aa
cheap as any ever offered in this village, to
aa inspection of which all are cordially in
vited. Room one door sooth of Baldwin,
Iandoa c Co.'s, np stairs. , 81 tf
- Ldies Walking Shoes, Button or Tics,
73 cents, at Hatted Bros. . ' r
"Wanted Good Veal Calves.
. We will pay the highest market price for
g ood veal calves, from t to 8 weeks old. Will
also pay top price for good fat steers and
heifers, weighing from nine to thirteen hun
dred pounds. Fst hogs and aheep wanted at
all times to be need in oar new market.
tH r ': MISXR ot MOREHOD8E.
Ladies' Serge Gaiters, 73 cents, at Has
,-TWe Chailensro the World.
When we say we believe, we have evidence
to prove that Bhiloh's Consumption Cure Is
decidedly the best Lung Medicine made, in
n much aa It will care a common or chronic
eongh ta one half the time and relieve Asth
ma, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Croup,
and a bow more eases of Consumption cured
than aU others. It will cere where they fail.
It la pleasant to take,' harmless to the young
est eeJM.eed we guarantee what we ssy.
Price If cents 80 cents and. $1.' ,It Tour
lungs am soVe, back or cheat lama, nae 6hi
loh'a Potwea Plaster. Sold by Sverett &
Starr, Wellington, Ohio, c-
Men Dp Plow Shoes, full stock 81.00,
at 1 lasted Btoe.
Ko Deeeptiou Used.
It la etranga so many people win continue
to aaffer day after day with Dyspepsis, Liv
er complaint. Constipation, Sour Stomach,
General Debility, when they eaa procure at
onr atom Bhiloh's Vitaflscr, free of cost If
It does not cor or relieve them. Price 73
cents. Sold by Everett et Starr, Wellington.
ata-eoTa " -
From all parts of the country reports come
of the Immense sales snd Increasing demand
' forthat deservedly popular Sewing; Mac-nine,
The Old and Sellable "Staitdabd, the price
of which the proprietors .wiaely reduced to
vSJ0 including ail the attach meats, and st
once a scared tor them a popularity amour
the people, far beyond that attained by any
other machine at any price, the consequence
Of which Is, agents are leaving the old blfta
priced machines, and seeking territory lor
the uBTAJnsnD." Knowing from exper
ieuco that with the beet goods st the lowest
price they caa ontsell ail other machines,
where the superior quality and low price 1
made known. This splendid machine com
bines aU the Improvements. Is far ahead of
aU others la beauty and durability of its
work, ase of management, flight rannlig
sad eertaiaty of operation, is aonaibly made
upon sooad principles, with positive work
ing parts alt steel, and caa be Safely put
down aa the very perfection of a aerviceabie
aewlng machine, in every particular, that
will outlast aay machine, and at a price far
down below say other. It Is thoroughly
warranted tor ftTo-years. Kept la order free
of charge. And seat to any part of the
eonatry for examination by the eustoraur
before payment of the bill . We caa predict
equally ss large a demand for them in this
section as la others. Fan i Ilea wishing the
bast machine manufactured abould write di
rect to the Factory, and enterprising persons
wtahiag to seise the chance, abould apply for
so desirable aa agency. See adrerueeioent
in another part of this paper. Address Stand
ard Machine Co., Cor. Broadway and Clin,
ton Place, New fork. . .
LOCAL ATTD MMCELLAITEOUS
Hen's Kip Boots, no split leather,
only 83.00 at Hcsted Bros.
Chaplain Collier it going to deliver
the address at Ashland, on Decoration
For lovely Spring flowers, and
lowest prices, see Josle Brlggs' mlllin
The Ladles Aid Society met st the
home of S. P. Hastings, Courtland ave-
ae, yesterday. -
An endless variety of Ladies' and
Gent's Fine Shoes at
' LTcsted Bros.
"Thrush and jsy are trying trill
snd roundelay. For the spring is fly
lng and the month is Hay."
W. K. Santley has purchased a one-
half acre lot lying directly back of the
H. E. Church. Consideration, 4400.
Reliable receipts for coloring given
away with all dye staffs sold at Everett
& Starr's. 31-U
Don't buy a pair of Boot or
Shoes until you have examined our
stock. - HtSTBD Bros.
We learn that Mrs. IIocx.1 and Mrs.
A. K. Hand presented to the Congrega
tional Church the new communion set.
The Headville Index is about to
publish the ninth t re-en nisi catalogue
of the Alleghany College Literary So
ciety. Chaplain G. W. Tepper delivered a
lecture at Norwaik, which the Bvflector
says was well received, by a large audi
ence. The Oberlin Xews says that Rev.
Shutter has preached to hi charge a
series of sermons on the future state of
the dead. ;
The Rev. II. Torbit, whose death
is mentioned elsewhere, was a guest of
Hr. and Mr. Horace Wadsworlh at the
conference last fall.
The editors acknowledge with
thanks a box ot nice wedding cake
from Hrs. Gates, and wish the young
couple a prosperous voyage.-. , .
Sixty young women snd live young
men were examine! at Oberlin for
teachers a week ago Saturday, and n
number 'from Wellington were- among
Some one borrowed a key to the
H. E. Church of J. W. Houghton,
some six months ago, and forgot to re
tarn iU It was slightly twisted. Would
be glad to receive it. .
Chas. Currier has purchased a new
dray and will do moving and hauling
of all kinds of goods and merchandise'
and every variety of team work to order
at reasonable rates.
If anyoue doubts the efficiency, of
advertising, we have only to mention
that a late request in these columns for
a girl to do housework brought four re
sponses within a wrek. .
The African M. E. Church, Ober
lin, caught fire Hay 2d.'' Furniture and
organ saved, building total loss. Ori
gin of fire unknown. Insured for $800,
on building and coutents.
Tliex assortment of patent medi
cines at Houghton's drug store, was
never more complete. Everything In
the drug, book, and notion line, at
bottom prices. - 33-4t.
A team belonging to B. B. Derrick,
while attached to a scraper, took fright
and ran away, catting the large cord at
the gambrrl joint of the most valuable
one of the pair, rendering him pi acti
Peach, pear and cherry trees are
in blossom, but the air has remained
persistently cold, and if the weather
does not change before this copy gets
Into print, we shall still pronounce It a
very uc-Spring-like Sprinr.
Every house that has a cellar should
be thoroughly drained and all the de
caying vegetables should be car el ully
cleaned out. Negligence in thla direc
tion costs us more sickness than most
other causes. . .
VTbe nev tide-walk extending west
ffom Foot & Warner's livery stable,
across the railroad and on by the old
cemetery to the street running south,
will be duly appreciated by the peoplo
living in that part of town.
--We have printed receipts for color
ing with directions for use, which we
give to all purchasing dye stuffs at our
store. They have all had years of
trial and will be found reliable. -
31-4t J. W. nocGHTOJr.
J-W notice in the line -of Improve
ments that S. K. Laundon has just com
pleted a new sidewalk. The author
ities have alsi put in a crossing In front
of this office, which promises to be
more servicable than any before laid.
The Anchor of Hope to those afflict
ed with Diphtherli, Sore Throat, Dis
eases of tte Eyes and Ears, Barns,
Scalds, Swellings, in fact, all inflamma
tory diseases, Is undoubtedly "Lswson's
Curative." Keep it in your family for
ready use, you will not regret It.
The locomotive and seven of the
eleven care, composing the freight
train wrecked near Shlloh, on Honday
of last week, passed through last Satur
day, on their way to the repair shops.
The remainder were either burned or
too badly damaged to be mada useful.
' Hr. IT. W. Tripp has secured sn
unusually flne job in painting, it being
no less than the residence of S. S.
Wsrner, snd other buildings amount
ing to five in all. We are glad he has
had such a streak of good luck, and al
so to bear that he Is doing some credit
Mr. Frank Wadsworth has lately
added a mill for grinding. feed to his
saw-mill power, and will extend the
facilities for business, as his patrons
may furnish employment. Hr. B.
Thayer of the village, has been acting
as engineer for some time past.
iJIIss Gerty Johns, of class T8,
opened the summer school In Dis. No.
3, Honday morning. She will have fine
pupils to keep in training during the
term ; but she is quite sure ahe wi.'l fln l
plenty to do if she has to go outside of
books for work or recreation.
We understand that the Council are
going to have tte park Improved this
sammer. Other town, around us are
beautifying their public grounds and
putting their streets in better condition
than ever before. Why should not
Wellington come to the front In this as
well Mother Improvements?
Don't fail to call for that 40 cent
Japan or Green tea at Houghton's, tf
Baldwin, Laundon & Co., have a
new advertisement in the New London
Record. The boxes of goods delivered
by our drayman at their store warrants
the general invitation to the public to
come and see.
Mrs. DeWolf, widow of the late
Hattbew DeWolf, died at the residence
of her daughter, Mrs. Fred. Manly,
Tuesday night, after an illness of a few
hours. She was 83 years old, and her
death may doubtless be attributed to her
age. We have no other particulars.
Holloway'a Pills and Ointment,
advertised in another column, will be
found at Houghton's drug store. They
have a reputation established by years
of use, and need no recommendation to
those who are oquainted with their
merits. Try them. 31 --It
Wm. Morrow ha been appointed
agent for the Buckeye Mower and
Reaper; also the Tiger Rake and the
Aultman & Taylor Threshing Machine,
ne calculates to attend to the agricul
tural implement department and can
vass this township and Huntington.
Has sample machines at J. W. Wilbur's
stove and tin store. 32tf
A demented appearing roan was
'taking it afoot" through the middle of
the street Sunday morniDg as people
were going to church, and as the con
gregation was leaving the Methodist
Church after service, this smiling indi
vidual peeked at them front round the
corner of the tower, and when all had
dispersed he cautiously followed toward
tli Sunday school room.
The Irrepressible wren with his
musical chatter was back the l ist days
of April, and May first, that other (II-
nilnitive door-yard favorite, the yellow
bird, was singing in his old place,' the
pear-tree,. and the orioles were in the
budding maples. We have not observed
these little friends so early before, and
think they made some mistake in their
time tables or winteredin some dense
thicket near by.
Rev. W. B. Thomson has resigned
bis pastorate of the Disciple, Church in
this place, to go to a charge in Wheel
ing, Va. In the three years he has lived
in Wellington, he has won the recpect
and goodwill of our people for his get
nial cordiality and hearty co-operation
in every good work. He will be suc
ceeded hero by Rev. J. B. Knowles of
Wadsworth, O. Hr. Thomson leaves
about the middle of this month.
An attempt to burglarize A. F.
Howks residence on Courtland Avenue,
on Wednesday night, last week, was
frustrated by the burglars making so
much noUe that the family were aroused
and made such demonstrations as
frightened the intruders away "Air
says, the old shot gun stands load
ed close at hand and some one will get
the full benefit of its content without
notice if they attempt to burgle him
Parties, in need of specs or eye
glasses, whether In gold, silver or steel
frames, will still find a splendid assort
ment at Houghton's. Remember that
we guarantee satisfaction and warrant
all our best frames against breakage
from any defect in quality. The lens
cannot be surpassed. There Is abso-
lutely nothtr g In tho market superior
to them In clearness and perfection.
Repairing of all kinds done promptly.
Hr. RynJers, a prominent and well-
known citlsen of the St, Itwrence Hall,
is loud and enthusiastic in his praise of
Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia. The
joints in his limbs were so stiff thit It
was with difficulty that lie could walk,
and the Liniment cured him.
Sold by all drugrists. Trial size 25 cts
Send for pamphlet to Dr. Giles, 120
West Broadway, N. Y. Sold by J. W.
noughton, Wellington, Ohio.
The ladles of the Disciple Church
invite all their friends and the friends
of W. B. Thomson, to a social party at
the residence of Hrs. T. Kirk, on Tues
day evening nexr, for the purpose of
closing our engagement with our old
pastor, and forming the acquaintance
of our new one, J. P. Knowles. The
ladies will be pleased to receive any do
nation that rhall help them to discharge
all poctiniary obligation to Hr.' Thom
son before he shall leave them foi his
new field of labor.
D. A. Wlllard, has, after making
arrangements to go to Minneapolis,
Minn., to work in a printing office, been
persuaded by W. R. Sanlley to take a
position in his business that will lie a
mutual advantage we presume, as Mr.
Santley will secure a faithful and pains
taking accountant, and our late fore
man cannot f.til to add to his business
knowledge practical experience that
will be of use to him when he resumes
Special reports to the Cincinnati Ga
zette from sixty counties in OW-o and
Indiaua, give a decidedly cheerful view
of the grain prospects for the coming
season. The acreage of wheat, oats and
corn Is largely Increased over last year,
and notwithstanding tho fact that
spring crops are generally retarded by
the lateness of tho season, there is
abundant reason for encouragement.
The prospect is reported excellent for
all fruits except poaches.
The Reverend Father Mooncy, of
St. Bridget's Church in New York, late
Chaplain of the 0!)th Regiment, N. Y.,
knows Dr. Giles' intimately, he having
served with him during the war and he
advises all the nUV.ctcd to use Dr. Giles,
Liniment Iodide Ammonia.
Sold by all druggists. Scud fr
pamphlet. Dr. Giles,
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
Sold by J. W. Houghton, Welling
JfThe Lakeside Calendar for this year
embraces the following scrlet of meet
ings: Juno 30 to July 7, Temperance
Convention, of all the leading organiza
tions in Ohio and Michigan. July 7-22,
a Teacher's Normal Institute under the
management of rrot'essors 17. T. Cur
ran, C. W. Oakes and W. W. R , as
sisted by able Instructors. July 22 to
August I, The Inter-State S. S. En
campment; Rev. B. T. Yiuceuto( Phil
adetfhla, Superintendent, and Rev. G.
II. Hartupee, D. D., Asst. Supt. of In
struction, the programme of which
win be more varied and attractive than
ever before. August 11-20, The Annu
al Camp Meeting, which will be under
the control of three Conferences of
UreM. E. Church.
It is so agreeable to see flowers
about the pulpit or altar, and they give
silent pleasure to so many, not a Sunday
should pass without their being put
there. A few bluebells, a bunch of for
get-me-uots, a plate of violets or myrtle
blossoms mingled with a little green,
are as restful to tho eye as an elaborate
boquet. Children universally love flow
ers and their teachers desks are always
abundantly supplied- It is because the
mothers have so many things to remem
ber that they do not think till they get
to church how a few of the blossoms at
home would have added to the charm of
A burglar entered Mr. Prentiss',
house, on Newton street, Friday night,
and was prowling around In Hrs. Pren
tiss' bed room when she heard him.
Thinking it was her son Eddie, she
spoke to him and reached out her hand.
Her astonishment when she touched a
msn's hand may be imagined, and the
alarm she gave caused the tramp to
leave in short order. Entrance was af
fected through the kitchen window.
The same night the houses of C. W.
Oakes and B. D. Patrick were entered;
at none of the places mentioned was
anything of much value stolen. Look
out for burglars and tramps. Norwaik
Honor from Europe. It is conced
ed on all sides that Dr. Ayer's Pills are
above comparison with other medicines.
Uniting the best clement known to the
chemist they are particularly effective
against the numerous stomachic dirt-
orders for which they are recommended
as a cure. These pills are so mild, yot
searching, that they are often pi escribed
by doctors who otherwise do not favor
patent medicines. Indeed, with the
fruits of Dr. Ayer's genius In the shape
of Pills, Sarsaparllla, Aguo Cure and
Cherry Pectoral, one might with impu
nity travel through the swamps of trop
ical America, or follow Stanley on his
travels through the Interior of Africa.
Amsterdam Nleuws van den Dcg.
On the evening of Hay 1st, at the
home of Hr. and Mrs. Justus Joyce,
Wellington, their daughter, Miss Essie
M. was united In marriage to Hr. Wal
ter H. Gates of Brighton Village, Rev.
George Mather officiating, In honor of
the event, the h6uso was filled with rel
atives and friends from Cleveland,
Biooklyn, Brighton- Village, Oberlin
and Wellington, whose congratulations j
were too hearty to be unmeaning and
merely complimentary. The presents
were numerous snd in such taste that
the lady of refinement will utilize them j
in adding to the comfort and elegance
of home. About 10 o'clock' a supper
preparod by hands which knew the
cunning of the culinary art was served.
This with the accompanying "feast of
reason and flow of love," kept the
guests until near the midnight hour,
when they icperated to their homes. .
In his discourse Sabbath morning, 1
Rev. N. S. Albright speaking of oar
different conceptions of Deity, described
the Pagan idea of an omnipotent being
full of cruelty and malice, who visited
with certain retribution all disobedi
ence and neglect of bis command, and j
compared with it the opposite and sen
timeutal belief in a supreme being who
was all love and charity, who had rather
be obeyod of course, but was too good
to notice any infractions of diviue law,
and whether his creatures tried to keep
his command and follow his precepts,
or were openly defiant of them, would
make no great diffetence on account of
His infinito mercy, etc." He said that
the awe and respect for authority in
spired by the heathen .belief had more
weight with men in controlling them.
and was better for men than the loose
conception of a great creator, supreme
In wisdom without the element cf justice
In his perfect character.
Six young men, residents of Roch
ester, uaiuod D. Hann, El Clifford,
P. Lowery, N. Pond, nenry Fisher
and E. Garrison, were arrested Mon
day night and lodged in the Welling
ton lock-up. For some timn past the
Railroad Company had had their cars
frequently robbed somewhere in that
vicinity, and a detective was set to
workiug up the cae. The car would
be opened while the train was stopping
at a station, and when about to start
the burglars woull get inside and at a
convenient point between stations
goods would be thrown out, they con
tinuing their ride until the speed was
slackened to they could jump off, and
then going back to secure their plunder
The train was watched, and Fisher
and Mann seen and recognized while
engaged In their work. The first one
arrested gave the names of the remain
der. We regret to learn that ihtse
young men, some of whom are re
spectably connected, have started thus
ea rly in a life ol crime, but their de
tection and arrest now may be beUer
for their own interests than if it had
been deferred longer.
Mr. S. n. Briitan, for four years con
nected with the office of the Berca Ad
vertiser, has accepted a position in the
office of the Wellington Extkcprise.
A. H. Fitch went to Elyrla last week
Wednesday night to attend the wed
ding of his wife's cousin, Miis Alice,
youngest dauguter of George G. Wash
Mrs. Fred Sheldon of Hornelsville,
daughter of Mrs. Hiram Wcodworth of
the American House, is spending a few
weeks with relatives in this place.
Rev. J. A. Daly is atteudiug the
State Conference of Congregational
Churches in Cincinnati this week, and
will exchange pulpits with Rev. Dr.
Williams of Klrrla, next Sunday.
The MethoJisls and Freewill Baptists
of Klpton, contemplate building a
union chapel this summer.
The Congregational Conference of
Ohio, met in Cincinnati, May 8th.
A Free Methodist society of eleven
members, was urganizaJ at Oberlin late
ly, who are to have preaching every
Thieves were, busy in New London
and LaGrauge about the time Welling
ton was vl.tited last week. Fred Knapp
lost $32, and at two other places they
were frightened away.
Hr. Geo. Cock, a heavy stock holder
in the firm of C. Aultman & Co.. Can.
ton, and a highly respectable christian
gentleman, died of putrid sore lUro.it
May 4th. .
Baldwin, Laundon & Co., Dry Goods,
Groceries, etc., etc
H. B. Hamlin, Flour and Feed, Grain
J. H. Woolley, Hardware and Agri
A. White, Dry Goods.
Bowlby & Hall, Groceries and Pro
visions. Busted Bros., Boots & Shoes.
From our sources of Information we
Infer that a large number hate gone out
of the dairy business, that Vj . conse
quence the production of tare whole
country thi3 year will be much reduced
in those products, and therefore that
prices will rule higher. Those best in
formed regard the outlook as hopeful
for such as stick to the business Instead
of going into the raising of mutton and
wool, when to get started at prices asked
for sheep will be an unprofitable outlay
for poor men. It Is generally believed
that a better quality of cbeese and but
ter will be made,' and that remunerative
returns will reward the painstaking.
A Pioneer. .
At the ago of sixty-seven. Hrs. Sarab
C. Crandall passed away.
Hrs. Sarah Crandall, who died at the
residence of her daughter, Hrs. O. J.
SInipkins, on Sund.iy morning. 'April
27th, 1870, in her sixty-eighth year,
was one of tho pioneers of Pittafleld,
Lorain count', O. She was born at
Bradford, Ilillsboro county, N. II., Oct.
11th, 1811; was married to Pardon
Crandall in Manchester,'' Benington
county, Vt.. January 7th, 1829. . Re
moved to Cleveland, Ohio, Hay, 1S33;
from there to Bath, Medina county, O.,
June, 1833. Removed to Pittsfield, Lo
rain county, O., February 27th, 1841.
She remained there until the death of
her husband, which was Oct. 4th, 18G3.
Since, she has resided in different
places, the last being Youngslown, O.
At her death she was a member of the
Methodist Church, and had been for
She was the mother of eleven child
ren, of which only live survive. Her
death after two weeks sickness,' and
was caused by paralysis of the spinal
cord and brain. Sho died in calm and
peaceful resignation. Her funeral was
conducted at the bouse cf Mr. Simp-
kins, by Rev. Dr. Lock, assisted by Rev.
Mr. Esens, on Tuesday, April 20th.
She was interred in Wellington ceme
tery, Loruin county, Ohio, in the family
burial lot, near where she formerly re
Our farmers are very busy sowing
their grain. "O, what shall the harvest
Married, at the residence of the bride's
father on Thursday. May 1st. Miss Marv
McDonald and Mr. Rinkin Welch, all of
Sullivan. The bappy couplo started im
mediately on a tour through Pennsylva
nia. We congratulate Mr. Welch on his
success in winning one of Sullivan's
Malcolm fe Rickct have their new
planer and matcher ready for busi
ness. They have a uew engine to run
it and it looks like a very neat piece of
The melancholy days have come, bat
we hope they won't last loog. They al
ways will come about house cleaning
God helps them that help themselves.
but we say God help those chickens if
they don't keep out of our garden.
The farmers urc complaining of the
Uur silver cornet band is apparently
I ho nz or the soda spa is beard in the
direction of the drug store. Pete has
got an excellent apparatus.
ihree persons received the ceremonv.
of baptism by immersion Sunday.
lyTho baud boys are happy over their
now uaau wnguu just receivea I rum
Cleveland. It is a fine, substantial ve
hicle. The "uniformity" lunatics by means of
whom the school book swindle was per
petrated last fall, may now be in a con
dition to appreciate the results of their
folly, some recent performance may
not prove uninteresting in this connec
tion. . V. B. & Co., according to arrange
ments made by their agents, "-sent tn
their books to the various members of
the board, agreeing to pay those gentle
men 10 per cent, for handling them.
The books were furnished to the pupils
on trust, no accurate account of them be
ing kept, and the result was things got
pretty badly mixed up. 1 he board found
itself in a dilemma. They could not
make any collections. V. B. & Co.,
were clamorous for their money. 8o
they ordered the clerk to draw an order
for the amount to be paid out of the con
tingent fund. - This the clerk refused to
do. At this time the school election oc
curred and the new board came in. Their
first act was to sustain the clerk in his
refusal. In the meantime, L. D. Leach,
by a pretense, got V. B. &. Co., to au
thorize him to make collections snd
straighten accounts. Leach collected a
large sum of money, cent V. B. & Co.,
f 25. and pocketed the remainder. An
agent of the firm came on, took out a
state'a warrant, got the marshall of Wel
lington, and after chasing over a portion
of two countiea, got L. D. Leach in lim
bo. A large quantity ot V. li. & Co.'
books have been shipped back; a portion
of the township have returned to the old
nooks ana the remoiuacr wi&nes the uni
formity lunatics were iu Newbureh.
Wellington school-ma-ams will have
to look to their laurels. At the recent
teacher's examination held in your city,
there wero forty-eight lady applicants.
Of these, thirty-five failed, only thirteen
being granted certificates. Of these only
two were for a longer term than six
months. These two were won by a couple
of Itochcstcrs cultured young ladies.
Ono for a term of two years, the highest
grade given was won by Miss Sarah
Elliot. The other for one year was won
by Miss Matilda Barnes. IT. A. M.
New Paint Shop.
Mr. Frank 8. Power has fitted up a Paint
Shop In the room first door east of Crosier'
warehouse, and is cow prepared to do any
thing In the lice of House, Sign and Carriage
Palu'lng. He p.oposea to make Carriage
PalnUcg a specially and will give prices
lower tbao ever before heard of In Welling
ton and warrant s first-class job. 81 14
Of the Samo Mind.
BraDT's Essd. P.C , Jan. 29. 1874.
Dr. M. M. Fusnek, Frcdonla, N Y.,
Dear Sir: I am nearly out of your
Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic,
Cough Honey ana tiuldcu R 'lief. We arc
selling piles or them. Please sund me a
box at oni e. Tho people here think there 1
nothing like Feoner'a medicine snd 1 taluk
so too. Your truly,
W. J. Mbliub5, Merchant.
Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy
and Nerve Tonic may, well be called
"The conquering hero" of the times. ' It
is the medical triumph of the age. Who
ever has "the blues" should take it, for
it regulates and restores the' disordered
system that gives rise to them. - It al
ways cures Billiousness and Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen
Enlargments, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pim
ples, Blotches, and all skin eruptions
and blood disorders; Swelled Limbs and
Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves
and Nervous Debility; Restores flesh
and strength when the system is running
down or going into decline; enres Fe
male Weakness and Chronic Rheuma
tism, and relieves Chronic Bronchitis,
and all Lung and Throat difficulties.
It does these things by striking at the
root of disease and removing its causes.
Dr. Fenner's Improved Cough Honey
will relieve any cough in one hour.
Dr. Fenner's Golden Relief cures any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or
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 Specific. One bottle always cures.
For sale by dealers.
A desirable House and Lot for sale cheap.
Apply to J. H. Belden. 81tf
4 New York, May 2, 1379.
The stock of cheese has been reduced
to within 25,000 boxes, whilst they will
be wanted for at least a 'month yet.
New have begun to arrive in a ".mail
way acd at prices which scarcely pay
fo making and shipping and meet a
good demand. Present make of Illinois
is wanted. We quote: Fine old, 74
8c; fair to good, 4c.Ce.; common, 2c.
4c. New, flue, 6i4'c.Gc; fair to
good, 3o.tc. .
The following extract from a letter
from Mr. Charles B. Doolittle or
Streetsboro, Ohio, a successful manu
facturer and practical thinker is to the
point. "There is but very little cheese
being made as yet, on the reserve, in
comparison with former -years and
there will be a marked falling off, the
fore-part of the season, as a greater por
tion of the dairymen are feeding: milk
to calves, and nntll they are out of the
way, a great deal of milk will go ip
Butter. The market is still low - and
drooping, but we think' this the' most
favorable season for low prices, since
we are to have them, 13c. seems an av
erage price for creamery;. 15c' to 16c.
for dairy, and 12c. to 13c.' for factory.
.Very Truly Yours,
J, H. Reall.
LmXK FaLLs, May 6, 1879.
There were the largest number of
salesmen present-to-day. we have yet
had this season and there ' were twelve
different parties buying cheise.. The
market bad a rather better lock. than
last week j and prices were - a trifle
stronger. ' ' ; ' ..
WEtuxaTOJC, May 7,-1879. -.
The offerings are light 'and orders
small, and the season. can hardly.be
said to be opened Prices rule low.
We quote: Buying, (naked) 5 cts.; bil
ling, (boxed) 6cts.
. The shipments of - cheese for the
week ending May- 7, are as follows:
No. of boxes, 1,303. . No lbs, 51,713.
Butter for the same time as follows:
No, of pkgs. 4SG No. of pounds, 47,835.
YVellingtou Produce Market.
CORBKCTED WBEKLV BT B1LDWIX, LIDS-
. IX) N CO.
Apple, dried, lb.. ...3V!
Oeete Arcracd. t lb.. ...00
Applet, jreen W D....i
Ilt-eawax. 9 lb 25I
lb-an. at bo 1 S"!
Buckwheat, P bn Tul
h iy. (on . 8 uu
Hama ainoked, V lb e
Hide. art-en. V lb....S,5
Maple Sua-ar, 9 lb....K4ll
PouittK-a, bu., 75
KxV lb 1
Salt. tine. bbl 1 2S
Silt, Aaliloa, ? lb S
S It, C .mmon. V bbl.. 1 25
Salt, Solar. bbl Jt (JO
bb cp l'clra, V lb 35
Turkeys dreaied, V Ih3l0
Timothy eed.-l 13A1 25
CloTerMMMLbu S atl
fjalf Ski. n at in T
rteae .n Skina, y lb. .utoit
Duck. draaaVd, V lb lO
Dilrr. lb 13
Creamery, V lb 3.V
Kmc at doi H
Feather, V lb 7u
Grain, Flour and Feed.
COIWKCTED WEEKLY BV n. B. niXILlX.
Hal White. aaek
lBrau, cwt 83. V ton 13 on
mra, iit'iu-at v Da.....a
Corn In ear. fl bu... 43
Oata, at bn 20
Clorer reed. bn a 73
Timothy aeed. ft bu...l 60
Beat Kni, aack..
No. 2. aark
Grnhim. V cwt....
Corn, shelled, V bn 33
(' ru. In ear. bu .SH
Butted Meal, cwt ..
Meal. ? cwt
bliorta. at cwt
Oil Meal, w cwt.
,uijota, bu . ...2-1
s Cl.ivcr'iwcil, i hiV.'.....8
lil Tiino:by aeed, at bu...l 23
Is a success. No setting overnight
no stirring, kneading and fretting for
hours beforo baking. Tou mix, bake,
and eat it in about the same ti mo yon
would be getting ready to bako tho or
dinary way with yeast. - Bowlby &
Hal, sole agents for Wellington.
Wo have a large variety of garden
Seeds; a number of varieties of Seed
Peas in bulk.
Our Sugar Cured Hams are the best.
Our fancy brands of flour are not
equaled In towu.
We want a few more customers on
our fresh roasted Coffee. Tnere Is a
freshness in our Coffee Unit you can't
get from the stile stuff that is shipped
from the city.
Don't buy dishes and glassware un
til you see our stock.
BOWLBY & UALL.
C. 8. MOKCUOVSK. W. D. MINER.
NEW MEAT MARKET.
WE have opened a New Meat Maiket
on Liberty Street, 2nd dour west of
the Bank, where we propose to keep all
kinds of tot meats of a better quality than
baa heretofore been sola in Wellington. We
hare a l.ew p.itent cooler and all the appli
ances for doi ok a firt-class utaiket busiucs.
Oar prices will be uo higher tuau others
rharxe for interior meata.
MOBEHOrSE it MINER.
Tb Stats or Onto, 1
In the Conrt ot Common
14jmn Co.. aa.
Edwix M. IIatxc. Plaintiff, . .
jAXia W. bxrrn, et at. Defendant.
By rlrtne of aa order ot aole Issue 1 by Uo Clerk ot
tie Court uf Common Picas of 1.3 ain County, Ohio,
ta said case, and -o me directed, I shall offer for sale
at public auction at the door of the Court House In
Elyrla, on - ' 7
SATURDAY, MAY 3lst, 1879,
at 1 oetock In the afternoon of aald day. the follow
ing deaertbed real estate, to-wtt:
Bltnated In the township of Wellington, County
and 8 late afonaald, and described aa To Iowa:
Bounded on the South by the center of the East and
West hla-hway, on the Kist by the center of the
hortb and South highway, on tho No.th by land
owavd by Jolt a at. Howk and Timothy Herrlck. aad
oa the West byland owned by said T. Uertlck. aad
betas about Fifty-two (32) c.-c of uu.d, and part of
original lot number four (4).
- Appraised at S1RJ0.O0. Terms cash on day of aale.
IIxkhkbt E. Coaxtxa, Sheriff of Lorain County.
W. F. RaaaiCK aai I. A. WaaaTaa,
Notice to Builders.
Sealed propoaala will be received at the office of the
Clerk of the Board ot Education of Columbia
Township, Lorain County, Ohio, until is o'clock at
noon, on the thlrty-Srat (Slit) dy of May, 1879. for
building a School Monte la Snb District K umber
O je. of said township, according to plans and specl
AcaUona on SI In said office.
Each bid must contain the nam of crery person
Interested la tbe aame, and be accompanied by a
sufficient guaranty of some disinterested person,
that If the bid I accepted a contract will be entered
Into, and the performance of It properly secured.
The bid for each kind of materia called for by the
specifications most 4m Mated separately, and tbe
price siren, and tbe price of labor must also be aep.
atately stated. - - ' -
None but the lowest respcadble bid wiU be ac
cepted, and the Board may reject all bid.
By order of the Board of Ednctt'on,
B. B. ADAMS, Cun.
Columbia, Ohio, Kay 3d, 187a. 33 at
The Friend of All t
"I bad no appetite; Holloway Pills g-are me a
hearty one." . .
"Your Pill are marrekws."
. "I aend fer another box and keep them In the
"Dr. Tlolloway baa cored my headache that was
I gtre one ot your PfTt to my bbe for cholera
morbus. The dear little thing got wll In a day."
'My nausea of a morning la bow cured. "
"Tour boxt Honoway' Ointment cored me of
noises in the head. I robbed some of your Ointment
behind the ears and the noise has left.'-
"Send me two boxes; I want one for a poor family."
"I enclose a do:iar; yoor price I 23 cents, bat the
medicine to me Is worth a dollar.
"Send me five boxes of yoor Pins."
Let me hare three boxes cf your Pills by return
mail, for Chill and Fever." 7
I hare over two hundred rach testlmnnlsts as these,
bat want of apace compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous' Disorders.
And sil eruptions of tbe skrn, this Ointment Is most
invaluable it does not heal externally alone, but
penetrates with the most searching effect to the very
root of the erU.
Possessed of this remedy, every man may
be bis own doctor. It may be robbed into
tbe system so as to reach any icternal com
plaint; by these means it enres sores or ul
cers in the throat, stomach, lirer, spine, or
other parts. It is an infallible remedy for
bad leirc, bad breasts, contracted or stiff
joints, gout, rheumatism and all skin dis
eases. . . : . . .
. Ixtoxtawt Cactios. JTon are genuine antes
the signature or J. Hatdocc, as sgent for the United
Slate., surrounds each, box of Pill snd Ointment.
Boxes st 23 cents. 62 cents, and SI each.
ir i hero is considerable saying by taking the larger
HOLLOW AT CO.. Hew York.
A. White's Store,
NEW LONDON, OHIO.
One Dollar Buys More Goods
. than at any other store in
Northern Ohio. . .
. 85c, 90c, $1.00, and $1.25
Eqaal to those adveitised at
1.00, 1.25, and 1.40. -Striped,
;. Cheeked,'; and Trim
" minsr Silks, 60c per yard.
CUOCUET. QUILTS, LARGE
Sire, OO cents.
Peerless Carpet Warp, 15 cts.
A bankrupt importation bong-lit
oat for Casli, 25 percent, less
. than any body can import .
them,' This important pur- ,
chase includes SO pieces
At 20,25, 30, 35 and 40 cents
.: Per Yard.
One Thousand piece3 Pacific,
Merrimac, Sprague, and Co-
checo Print, at 4 to 4 l-2c.
Yard Wide Oil Cloth, at 20c
Per Yard. -All
other goods In proportion.
Of better Quality Than Ever
Before Offered for the Price.
New Novelties in ,
Cheaper Than Can be Bought
In Other Places.
Brussells and Other
at prices -that defy competition.
' Please come and see us be
Isetv London, O., May 6, '79.
H. B Hamlin j
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN,'
lias on siilo a new Brand of Flour of
absolutely tho best quality in town, at
the came price you pay for inferior
kinds. Try it, and get rid of that bane
of the family, bad bread. .
Farmers having grain thouM re
member that this is the place to get the
highest market price for It in cash.
They should alo teniember that In or.
der to continue to raise goo I crops they
must appl) ftrtillsers to their lands, .
have been proved to be the most now-
erlul, best and cheapest fertilizer in the
market. Made by experienced ana re
liable manufacturers, prepared "a
plant food by tbe best known process.
it is the standard fertilizer; causing
Immediate and lasting fertility, and is
perfectly adapted to all crops. Call
atid get circulars.
Warehouse South of Ry., Depot,
ic-33-tf Wellington, Ohio.
Is found st the warerocms of
A. G. & G. L. COUCIl,
Great additions have been made to
the stock to meet the demands of the
trade. The purchaser will And a match
less variety of splendid . low-priced
goods as well as the costly. Tbe public
can see at their showrooms very fine
"Which they offer at very Low Prices.
-. -f . -. IN THE. ..-, -j-
Undertaldng ' Department
We ar prepared to furnish everything
in the Coffin and Ctsket line. Shrouds
of all kinds kept on hand. Having had
many years' experience in this business
we guarantee to keep in good condition
all bodies put in our charge for any
length of lime desired, without change
or decomposition. . - -
A little mole is growing Jay,
Just underneath my chin,
"" It gives me so much grief, dear sy,
' I'm growing pale and thin. - w , p
Another one is coming Jay, '"-' y "
Just here beneath my ear, . ; ." . ',, , .
.. And I will be dieflgared Jay,
For life, I sadly fear., lZl
And so I want to ask you Jay,
Will e'er your lovs grow cold;
O, answer me at once dear Jay,
""WIU you love me whenl'm moled.
Come and see two of tbe ' best work
ing Plows in the country. Warranted
to give satisfaction.' Prices reduced.
Do you wish to use Paints and Oils?
You can find the best quality in the
PHCENIX LEAD and in the DAYTON
OIL, an article that will stand the win
try blasts. .-. W
tome ana do surprised at - tne low.
price of the best quality of Whips.
They cannot be surpassed. . , --
In Cutlery, both tablo and pocket, I
can give extra bargains. - They arc the
best makes. ; ' .. ' .. ,
In Brushes I have a large variety and
can give you exira bargains.
I can now offer a. large variety of
Shelf Hardware since marking .down
so cheap that close buyers will exclaim
"Can it be possible !' yet this is a fact,
and as I am ' a very ..modest man and
dare not tell you all, please come and
see for yourselves.-'
Come and see -the new Barn Door
Roller. A very practical roller.
- Now is the time to buy Wire . Screen
cheap.' . .' ' '
Wm. Chlsholm & Son's Spades, Shov
el", Scoops; just glance t them as you
goby. w :.,.'
Sole Agents for Miller Bro3's Cbemi-
caii'ainc ;. : -., "
7. S. WO OTsTilTT". -
Domestic Sewing Machine
The new TJNDERBRA.IDEB. which, is the
beat and only thine of the kind ever used, is
now a part of the' machine, and, with the
new 8eJf-Threading Shuttle, Beif-Adjusting
iNeoaie, new 'iaue-up, (jomoinauon nneei
and other improvements makes it the best
Under-feed Sewioe - Machine made. I am
also agent for the "
Davis Vertical Feed ;'. , V I
- -ASP ' ,
- The New-Home
Sewing JJuchines, each of which ha advan
tages peculiar to itself, which recommends
tbcin lor a variety of uses aad auak them
reuond to nqne in the market. - : .
1 aities deal ring machines will Una it to
their advantage to rive me a call. All ma
chines warranted. All kinds of Sawing
Machine Needles and also a fine quality of
Sawing Machine Oil kept for sale.
S. P. HASTINGS, AgX
Office in Benedict's Block, . Wellington, O
Jam, lethtyr. , . ;,' - , . .
IT WILL PAY YOU
To buy ycur 8HIETS of
; r. s. gJiriBTiT iir.
Practical Shirt Maker, - ' Mansfleld, O.
N. T. Kills or Wams'utta, 2200 linon, $24.00
M " . . 1800 " . 18 03
As good as any eastern shirt, - 18.00
Six thirts tor - - - - 6.00
I do my own cutting and can furnish a
better flttii g and better shirt than you can
get elsewhere Measure taken by
r. C. LEACH, Agent,
At Harvey's. " Wellington, O.
P. S. A nice line ot imported shirtings. -
l am now in dailyTeeeipt of
fresh. Oysters from Baltimore,
and will sell bulk and can tjys-
c?T9 cneaper ttian ever, by tho
dish, served up in every styled
For church nd -benevolent
objects I will make reasonable
deductions, also to merchant?.
, Please do taot forget that I keep a full sup
ply of Groceries and Provisions, together
with Frnita and Confectionery, Tobaoco aod
Cigar!,. Lunch and liot Tea and Coffee at all
hours and no pains spared to accommodate
all who eall- ; . . -: vs" . .
.Thankful for past favors I remain ycur
humble servant, . , ; .. ' . ..,r:,-...
. " " B. J.E0BIKS02T.