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Thursday, May 15, 1879.
W. HOUGHTON. M. H. HOUGHTON,
. 1 JtDlTOAS. .
C.C. C.& I.R. R. Time-table.
Trmina lave Wellington SUtion aa fol
low : "
U Cta. lad- Mrpnm aad II ml 8:17 a. m.
Xl A 8c iMt aaclaaaU Trpraaa. ... a: 10 p.
Xa S- Klghc Iiiiiim, Mad ... 8:5. r.M-
Hoi T.-OinliM AeeaBBWtdsUoa. ........ S:SO r- M.
Local Freighta. .. . 8:7 a. au and 8:S0 p.
- GOING NORTH.
KO.S. Xlstt Fimasa. Man. ....... ...... 8:40 ..
Ho. 4.-8. Louis ACIa. KxTarcas Mall,... 1:13 r.nr.
Ko. s. Oereiaant F ni las, .................. 3:3. p.m.
Ka. a. Oa-relaad arwimawdadoa. ........ 8:37 A.K.
Local Frelgnta.. ...... . ...3:005:10 p. v.
W. H. FISHKB. Agent.
SISClfU. fflTITftfjn. Aei iliea rverr Sabbath
lu-.so A. M an 7rOU P. M. Sabbath Scbool at I
St. Pimyer Mntlac oa Taanday CTcBlnaa, W. &.
T hompega, pastor.
CO KGRKOATlOTf AL CUlltC'rl. Services every
Sabbath at KhJO A. M. and T:0O P. M. Sabbath
Bcaoui at II M. rraver Moeung oa Tnareoay area
las. J, A. laty. naator.
MBTHOniST KPISVOPAI. CHTRCH. Berrlres er
err Sabbath at 10:30 A. If., and T:fl P. U. Sabbath
Babtmta senool at 13 H. rravar Meeting oa TBare
day CTUlaa. H. B. Albright, pastor.
Arrival and Lep&rture of Malls.
x ' :' BACK LINKS. "'
OberHn, I Arrive Tax lay. Thursday aad Saturday
PltuaaM.1, . atA.aC Lean at 1 P. at.
Brighton. Arrive daily at M A. X. Leave at
K. Clarkasald. i . 11A.M.
Baatiastaa i Antra Mood
Kulllvaa, , Ida at 1 P. M
.Folk. . J day aad S
Monday. Wednesday and Frt-
Satnriay at 8:9) A. M.
Lore i m'pQH. i nm
fAirrre Tuesday, Tanadar and Patur-
oar at 1 1 jl. ja. Manaiir.a,
Tba address label
aui ansae the data to
which the eubecribar baa
SlgntSesthetWr. StftWayTeaa paid for Ma paper amtfl
Jaaaary lac. istb. Tba aaalOlst 1 corrected weekly.
' Br ooo.altlng tba address label every subscriber can
i tail ta aa loataat bow hi account stands, and whetb
ar oa baa raodvad proper credit sat our boo.
JTotleea Instiled lathis colnma at 10 ceata per ltea
aajtfcaarUoB. minion Opa.
A Job lot of Hosiery, cheap, ml Titca'a.
L"eavy mixed Hose, 6e a pIr, at TUch's.
An el"'tUl,ef Fmey Hoee at Fltch't.
BoTiwb-ttoaa fancy BhirU at Tltch'a.
. summer Hats for men and
boys can be fouau.
Trenci and. AnK',rJc,, rreate Bhlrts at
TiteVs. ... - v - -
-r-A neaptot of Scarfs, Collars and Ties,
latest stylsn, a rheh'a. . 1
FITCH has Jnst shelretf atv elecant line
of Clothing tor Men, Boya and Children, at
prices lower than erer. - x
DIAMOND SHIRTS, 76 censto 1.60;
other brands at 50 to 65 cents at Fitch's.
Ton can get two good linen collars, lat
est atyle, fresh from factory for an etvn
quarter at Fitch's. - -
Ton can get
cents at Fitch'a.-
Laundried Shirt for 50
23 cents will (ret s fair working shirt and
60 ceata a Jieary chepolt with doable back,
made to order, at Fitch's.
Spring cloths are In andMeUk is boay
maklag up those nobby salts nt Fitch's.
Thoroughbred ' Jersey. .
Wanted, atock-breedera and dairymen to
know that S. F. Jones, of Wellington, has n
line Jersey boll, bred by the noted Importer
and breeder, W. L. Gsrdaer, Nonralk, Ohio.
It Is thoroughbred and la recorded In the
.American Jersey Cattle Club Reclster, and
: Je n very' fine' animal. Those Interested
jpleaae call at his farm In the north part of
Uheainage. - - tf
- "alra. .a H. Palmer would Id form the la
Alt ot Wa.UlnKtonSand,Ticlnlty that she has
Jnst opened' a fine line of Bonnets, Hats,
Ribbons, Flowers, Trimmings, Etc all nrw
ooona and aha nwUerea they can be sold as
.cheap as any artwsteed In this Tillage, to
tan Inspection ot vWck all are cordially in
cited. Room one io? ouiH ot Baldwin,
Xanndon A Co.'s, up stairs. ltf
Lsdies' Hand Sewed Shoes i" ntl"
iXji at Husted Bros. . , ;
Anted Good Veal Calrea.
VT wilt "paythe highest market price for
good veal calyrafrom S to 8 weeks old. Will
ajao pay atop price for good fat steers and
heU era, x'Kbjne from nine to thirteen hun
dred pomadsv Fat hoga and aheep wanted at
all times 6t ba'nsed In oar new market.
oof i MINER & MOREHOUSE.
Boots and Bho to correspond with pres
eat low pjrices of f armer produce, at Husted
We Clsallenarej.tJie World
When aay we beUere, we nape evidence
to prore that SbJloh's Consumption Cure U
decided! the best Long Medicine made, la
as much as It will cars a common or chronic
cough la wM half the Urn and relieve Asth
ma, Bronchitis, Wlrocplna: Conch. CroP.
and show mora cases of Cons nmpUonu red
UaaaU others. It win rrs where they fall,
U U pleasant to take,harmlc.s to the young
eat child, and we gnaranlee frbat we aay.
Price u: cents, 50 cento and $1. K Tonr
Innrs are aora, back or cheat lame, use Sht
loh's Porous Plaster. Bold by Everett &
Starr, Wellington, Ohio. .
Ladies' Webb Slippers, only C5 cents, at
Husted Bros. -... . ,
Ko Deception Used.
It la strange so many people wDl eontlnne
to suSsr day 'after day with Dyspepsia, Llv-
AAMMlAlma fim.tln.llAa SLnnv AtAma.B
General Debility, when they can procure at
' our store Alloa's Vttaliser, free of cost If
It does not cure or relieve them. Price 75
cents. Sold byXrerstt A Starr, Wellington.
Yrom all Darts o. eaa)ag4c-nand
yf the immense sales anu. -
for that deservedly popnlar Sewia-
T he Old ana Jteiiawe "twiai, -b v-
of which the proprUtora wisely tedaced to
Sao Including all the attachsnenta, and at
once secured lor these n popularity among
' epeople, far beyond that ..tamed by any
other machine at any prtos, the e oes aquanee
ot which m, agenta are leering the ot high
prtc mahtVetand SMkiear torttoryjo.
the -eVrAnDABao." Knowing froan axpar.
lenee that with the beet oons st the lowest
price they can outsell ail otter machines,
where the superior quality and low price la
matUknowni TbU spiewdid machine com.
bines all the Imrarovesaeete. la far ahead of
ail others IsTbeanty and durability of Its
work, ease ef management, light running
and certainty of operation, is sensibly made
bdos aouad arbaini witA tjoaiUve work.
lag parts all steel, and can be aafely put
. do am aa the very perfectioe of a serviceable
earing machine. In every particular, that
will outlast any machine, and at a price far
down below any other. It Is -thoroughly
- warranted for five years. Kept In order free
of ehane. And seat to eav nart of the
conntry for examination by the customer
.before payment of the bill. We can predict
equally as large a demand for them in this
section aa In others. FasaUlee wishing the
best machine maauiactured should writs di
rect to the Factory, and enternriaiag parsons
wishing to seise the ch
so snouta apply :
aodaairabla an evener.
in another nart of this DSDcr. Address Stand.
nrd Machine Co., Cor. Broadway and Clin.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
- For Hull's Gasoline Stores, call on
Frank B. Serage.
The funeral of Mrs. DeWolf oc
curred Thursday afternoon.
The little son of J. C. Arts was 'very
iu xast week, with some liver affection.
won-t rail to caU for that 40 cent
Japan or Green tea at Houghton's, tf
Focxd A pair of ladies fine shoes.
Can be had by calling at this office and
paying for this notice.
The Ladies of the Congregational
Church, hare rented a piano or Mr.
Vlscher, for use In their church parlor.
Reliable receipts for coloring given
away with all dye stuffs sold at Everett
The churches were beautiful with
flowers but Sunday, and readily sug
Rested themselves aa objects of Illustra
We still hare a few ot those goods
left such as we advertised last week,
but they are going with s rush.
Lost. Between Mr. Mauley's and
n. E. Wclland'a, a gold broach. The
finder will be rewarded by leaving It
at this office. -The
illness of the aged Mrs. Wooe-
ter of Norwalk, was canted by conges
tion ci the lungs, and she Is still very
feeble and her recovery considered
doubtful. . -
The Park Is being leveled, prepara
tory to mowing with lawn mower. In
order to keep the grass In good shape,
it is desired that no gtme of ball be
Mrs. Wolcott, and her daughter,
Mrs. Dewey, came from Korwalk last
Thursday in a carriage, after getting
word by the 11 o'clock mall that Mrs.
Win. Howk was 111.
We ask an Inspection of our goods
and prices. No trouble to show goods;
If we csn't please you we will not
urge you to purchase.
Houghton his the latest, best, and
eheapest thing out In the line of pocket
maps of Ohio and other Western States.
They are Indexed and any plan desired
can be found In a moment.
On and after Monday next, Mrs.
A. H. Palmer will be assisted by Mies
Kittle Diebl, an accomplished trimmer,
who has had sereral years experience
with Iaooi fc Foot, of Cleveland.
pCrMiss Mary Cady has arranged and
I framed under glass, a collection of
pressed flowers and grasses, all sent
from Missouri, that makes a rery deli
cate picture, and shows great patience
and taste In the grouping.
We clip the following reccipe . for
circumranting the hen: A 'series of
lines of rery fine wire strung across
an Inch or two above flower beds,prores
a discouraging obstacle to eats and hens.
The assortment of patent medi
cines at Houghton's drug store, was
never more complete. Everything In
the drug, book, and notion line, st
bottom prices. 33-4 1.
Horr, Warner A Co., are extending
their cheese ware house south to the
sidewalk. An office will be put into
the new part. Geo. Fisher, builder.
The old part will be raised about fifteen
Two articles on s new ordinance
with regard to peddlers and hucksters,
also communications from Penfield
Elyria snd Rochester, are unavoidably
crowded out. Ws are sorry but cannot
We bare printed receipts for color
ing whli directions for use, which we
give to aU purchasing dye stuffs at our
store. They have all bad years of
trial and will be fonnd reliable.
3l-4t J.W. nocQHTOX.
t A concert will be given by ' mem
bers of the Band, nutated by m nsiclans
from abroad, Friday evening of next
week. - A choice programme wjll be
presented, and we hope s full bouse
will be in attendance. -
Lost. A prommlsory note dated
July ICth, 1869, made payable to Shu-
bad Smith, for amount of $224.00, and
due one year from date. The finder
will be tnitably rewarded by leaving
the same at this office. 31-tf.
The article we published last we ek
on "The Credit System Again," read
as though copied entire from another
paper. We, wrote every word of It, how
ever, and it applies right here at borne,
the text being all that was foreign.
We are glad to learn that Mrs. R.
A. Horr and her daughter, Mrs. Henry
namlin, are both receiving benefit
from treatment at the Water Cure,
Cleveland. Mrs. A. M. Fitch has also
been there again( snd came borne Im
HbHoway's Pills snd ' 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 squainted wtth their
merlU. Trytbera. Sl-4t
We understand tbe Free Church,
lately know as the old Town Hall, will
move .this week na go into active
business. - It history finds a parallel In
the lite of the preacher who tried
preaching and then politics, and tbe
life Insurance before he found out that
tbe Lord made some people for small
Parties In need of specs or eye
elatfsW, whether In gold, silver or steel
-rill fcri'l find a anlendid SSSOrt-
irames, , Bemember that
ment st Houghs. . .,rr4jlt
we guarantee satlsfacu. breakage
mil wur weak irautea enioa. - . iM1
from any aereci in quality, lne
cannot be surpassed. There Is abso
lutely nothing In the market superior
to them In clearness snd perfection.
Repairing of all kinds done promptly.
The monthly gathering of the M.
E. Chat en Social Union, will be held
on Friday evening next, at tbe resi
dence of Mr. Herbert Hall and W. S.
Franks, oa North Main street. The
special feature of thla occasion will be
an evening of scng, Including a number
of Scotch ballads. These gatherings
are becoming very popnlar, friends of
other societies often Joining In the
pleasure and entertainment to be de
rived from them. A coruiat invuauuu
Is always extended to all.
Gasoline by the gallon or barrel,
at Frank B. Serage's.
A new lot of autograph albums Just
received at Houghton's. Prices lower
The most sanguine expectations are
promptly realised by using "Law son's
Curative" for eradicating Rheumatism,
Neuralzta Sciatica and kindred dis
eases. No remedy Is so good for pain
anywhere in the human frame as this
S. W. Arnold has the agency of the
New Peerless Reaper and Mower, man
ufactured at Canton, Ohio, which is ex
celled by none and equaled by few. He
has two machines, one Mower and one
Mower and Reaper combined, which
will be on exhibition at Wellington.
Houghton bas a Job lot of fine un
ruled paper with envelopes of like qual
ity to match. Will be sold at the same
price as ordinary qualities.
It Was a happy change when s sum
mer day stole In upon as last Friday,
and made tbe air comfortable, even in
tbe shade; and with blossoms to the
right of up, blossoms to the left of ns,
and the dull droning of bees overhead,
was a foretaste of the delightful season
Mrs. W. F. Saw tell met with a very
painful, though not s serious accident,
while using her sesing machine, by
inadvertantly getting her thumb nnder
the needle, which passed twice entirely
through that member at the back part
of the nail, breaking the needle in
pieces. Dr. Hathaway extracted it,
and the wound is doing well, but Is yet
very tender. .
We were mistaken about Rev. Tor-
bet, the missionary being the same who
boaided at Mr. Wadsworth's at confer
ence. It seems that there were two
brothers in this conference, and that
the one who went to India, stayed at
Frank Clifford's, where he greatly en
deared himself to the entire family.
Wm. Morrow ha bjon appoint cd
agent for the Buckeye ilower and
Reaper; also the Tiger Rake and the
Aultman & Taylor Threshing Machine.
He calculates to attend to the agricul
tural implement department and can
vass this township and Huntington,
n.is sample machines at J. W. Wilbur's
store and Un store. 32tf
The widow of the late Wm. Howk,
was taken severely 111 last week Tues
day, and bas since that time been pros
trate with a low fever. She is having
excellent care from her relatives, and
her recovery is hoped for. The shock
of bereavemet and the loneliness snd
care that was inevitable no doubt
brought about the physical depression
that invited disease.
Don't forget to call at H. Wads-
worth & Sons new planing mill, on
Railroad street, for your Doors, Sash,
Blinds, Lumber and Shingles. We
have a large stock on hand and are
selling at prices lower than ever before.
Cistern tubs of all sizes made to order.
We bave on band s slock of the Flan
ders Wooden Eavetrough, which is just
tbe thing for barns, warehouses, Ac.
34-3 1. Wadswobts tt Soss.
The game law of the State of Ohio
Imposes s fine of not less than two dol
lars nor more than fifty, or an Impris
onment of not more than thirty days,
or both, for the killing, Injuring or
pursuing with such Intent at any time,
or robbing nests or destroying theeggs
of the swan, sparrow, robin, blue-bird,
martin, thrush, bobolink, swallow, ori
ole, red-bird, gross-beak, cat-bird, che-
wink or ground robin, pewee or phoebe
blrd, yellow-hammer, gold-finch, red
start, dummock, lark, dove, cross-bill,
Hungarian robin, European black-bird,
great-tit or blue-tit. This protects
nearly all the small birds of this lati
tude. The wood-pecker seems to be
escaped, and we presume the boys will
be allowed to pursue owls and eagles,
tbe same as heretofore ; but we' hope
tbs bappy denizens of our groves and
orchards will multiply until we shall
have more musie and less bugs and
We are Informed that Mr. R. W.
nlson, Principal of the.High School
of Norwalk, has been appointed super
intendent of . our schools tn place of
Prof. Wean, whose resignation takes
effect at the close of the school year. If
Prof. K. proves to be as worthy s man
for tbe- place as the Norwalk people
predict, we shall not have lost by the
change, this with all du i respect to Mr.
Wean, for we bare gieatly feared we
should be unable to fill his place, satis
factorily. . We simply know that tbe
school board bave given the matter a
good deal of time and attention, and
trust they have made a wise selection.
Tbe selection of Miss Orra Warner to
succeed Mrs. Wean, will not, we fear,
strike those outside of the board as fa
vorably as would the appointment of a
stranger. But all those who know how
well Miss Warner has managed every
department of the schools when called
upon to supply tbe absence of other
teachers, will not, we think, hesitate to
commend the action of the Board,
Hon. Stanley Matthews will deliver
the memorial address at Akron, decora
The Oberlin churches continue to re
ceive new accessions. Eighteen were
received at the First Congregational
Church snd fourteen st the Second
Church, s week ago Sunday, and twen
ty were baptised at the M. E. Church.
Memorial services participated In by
five different denominations, were held
at Smithville, Wayne county. In mem
ory of Key, Hiram Torbet, who preached
there before be went to India, .
He Meadvllle Cheese Board of Trade,
lr first meeting for this
art fo mw -
Look out for 9lS PWdlers and
swindlers of all kinds.
A fine bay mare was stolen front the
. V YX. ...AS
stable of Mr. carieton,
Tuesday night of last week. They also
took two blankets snd s nriais.
The Ohio Farmers Insurance Compa
ny had to pay a loss by fire of two barns
and contents In Liverpool, which were
burned, through s drunken hired man
smoking a pipe about tbem.
Relmer Bros., bu toners p YFsfls
worth, bare failed. Liabilities,! 10,000.
' Rev. W. S. Pechln was ordained Apr.
24th, to preach In the ' Baptist Church
The Seniors and Freshmen of Woos
ter University, have been having i
"college brush" over an attempt of the
latter to distinguish themselves by
wearing class hats, which the Seniors
considered a conceited affectation, and
dumped buckets of water on them from
second story windows.
Mrs. Clara Cnlp, is visiting her moth
cr, Mrs. J. P. Nickels.
Representative Reed, of Trumbnll
County, was the guest of Hon. Lucius
Herrlck, over Sabbath last. .
"S. B. Edwards, Ezq., and Mrs. Har
riet Viacher, of Schenectady, N. T.
are visiting their children, Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Vlscher.
Dr. Holbrook was absent in Cleve
land, Tuesday and Wednesday, in at
tendance upon tbe session of the State
Dental Association. We are glad to
know that he neglects no means which
will enable him to keep abreast of the
Improvements in bis profession, and
that bis efforts are meeting -with the
success that real merit always brings.
New Avert isementa This Week.
R. J. Robinson, Ice Cream, Soda
Water, Lemonade and other refresh
ments. Wm. Morrow, Agricultural Imple
J. W. Houghton, Drug Store lor sale,
n. Wadsworth & Son., Sash, Doors,
Blinds, etc. J
nusted Bros., Shoes.
Mrs. H. N. Rockwood. Millinery and
List of Jurors for May Term.
The Hot of Jurors for this connty
during this term, is as follows:
GRAND JCBOR8. .
Conrad Krantz, Black River; Morris
Goodscll, Grafton ; James Lees, Henri
etta; II. D. Hall, Elyria; nenry Kemp,
Elyria; A. D. Lindslcy, Penfield; D.
T. Bush, Wellington; John A. Topi Iff,
Elyria ; George Foster, LaGrange ; Wm.
Stang, Amherst; W. E. Wheat, Russia i
Almon Hayes, Penfield; Oliver Root,
Grafton; E. W. Tetts, Plttsfleld; W. B.
Edwin Swartwood, Amherst; James
Vincent, Elyria; L. B. Daniels, Graf
ton; Samuel Sampson, Plttsfleld;,
Charles Albright, Russia; Wm. H.
Prince, Camden ; John Alexander, Ea
ton; Adam Kinsman, Brownhelra;
Isaac Kirkbride, Amherst; Samuel
Hastings, LaGrange; Job Alexander,
Eaton: John Preston, Russia.
Lorain County S. S. Union. '
The Brownhelm people are making
ample preparation for the reception of
those who attend the County Sunday
School Convention to be held at that
place on the 20th ot this month. The
special Chicago Express, which leaves
Elyria at S :57 a. rn., will, by special ar
rangement, stop at Brownhelm station
on that day. Tbe way Freight leaves
Elyria at 7 :20 a. m., and the Port Clin
ton Accommodation at 0 :05 p. m. Re
turning, traius will leave Brownhelm
station, for Elyria at 0:10 a. m., 1:10
mn and 8 :33 p. m. Teams will be at
every train to take delegates to the
church, a distance of a mile snd s balf.
Lakeside Camp- Moe ting Associ-
CLBXDaR FOB 1S79.
Union Temperance Camp-Meeting,
June 30 to July 7.
Teachers Normal Institute and School
of Science and Language, July 7 to 21.
Third Annual Sunday School En
campment, B. T. Vincent, Superin
tendent, July 23 to bl.
Seventh Annual Camp-Meet! n, Au
gust 11 to 21. ......
Transportlon Agent, Rev. E. A. Ber
ry, Toledo, Ohio. Rental Agent, B.
U. Jacobs, Port Clinton, Ohio, For
general information, address the Secre
tary. Bar. L. A. Beat., Pres., Toledo, O.
Rav. E. Pa-rsoxs, Sec., Ashland, O.
May 13. 1879.
. Died, Monday, May 12th, In Plttsfleld,
Mrs. Spicer, aged 03 years.
not, dry and dusty, that Is the state
of the wc.Uher. Putting in crops or
preparing for so doing, Is hard work
for lack of rain.
Quarterly meeting on Saturday and
Sunday next ; Rev. G. Mather is expect
ed to preach.
Charles Stone, Esq., is building a
very nice residence on his place In the
north part of the township. M.
Editor Exterpruk: The subscrib
ers, citizens of Wellington ask room in
your paper for the following statements.
A few weeks since a solicitor claiming
to represent the publishing firm of
"Williams Brothers," appeared in our
midst, importuning the people of Wel
lington to subscribe for copies ot a pro
posed history of Lorain county, in
which prominence was to be given to
its pioneer, people and times. A quota
was shown for Wellington, and the can
vassers soon expressed surprise at the
liberal responte given. No easier ac
cess to the pockeU and sympathies of
pur citizens could be found than the one
proposed to properly collect and pre
serve a record of its early settlers and
their times. The work now offered In
our judgement, for Wellington at least,
so falls of its promise. Is so inferior to
its theme and purpose as to be offensive.
It will not seem singular that we de
cline to accept U as a proper offering to
the memory or our pioneer fathers ana
mothers, or the later history of our
-immunities. It Is apparent to us that
this whole matter Is unworthy in its In
peptlon and execution. We make no
coDpI!nt of the emphasis given In this
school gtrl album to any lady, gentler
man or baby, indeed all those are
worth? of s better place. We each
bave a awrampn curiosity for posslblH
ties" sud supreme efforts, but we dtt
complain that the work was not made as
promised, fit for the lineaments and
histories of the grand old pioneers, he
roes snd heroines, our fathers snd
mothers, avhosfl virtues and herculean
labors in subduing these wildernesses
snd planting civil and religious Instltu
tions have rarely been excelled.
Our complaings are not lessened by
the apprehension that this farce may
deter a competent ' undertaking here
after and thus there be lost to posteri
ty memories of a worthy people Wel
lington can never reproduce.
D. L. Wadsworth,
. B. Howk,
C. E. Sutllff,
F. B. Manly,
Dr. D. J.- Johns,
W. F. Herrlck,
S. K. Laundon,
Dr. Jas. Rust,,
J. B. Lang,
T. R. Herrlck,
S. W. Arnold,
Dr. J. W. Smith,
J. H. Wright,
L. L. Rowell,
Died, at the residence of her son, Mr.
F. B. Manly, Mts. Betsey Manly De
Wolf, aged eighty-two years, eleven
months and seven days. Her death
was sudden. Scarce an hours suffering,
presaged tbe dissolution of tbe spirit
from its tenement of clay, leaving the
material body fair to look upon, as if
clasped in the embrace of sleep "Na
ture's sweet restorer."
The funeral service was conducted st
the house, Thursday Elder Mather
officiating. Nearly all the little re
maining band, comprising the early
settlers, were present to take part
in the last sad offices paid the remains
of one, who, during her long and event
ful life, bad done what she could do
disseminate and perpetuate tbe spirit
of progress, whilst beautifying her
daily life with graces emenatiog from a
refined snd delicate orgaufem.
Tbe deceased was the daughter of
Doa. David Webster, born in Otis, Berk
shire county, Mass. In 1818, May 26th,
she was united In marriage to Josiah
B. Manly, of Otis. They remained
there till 1S21, then with their little
family of live memters, bade adieu to
the old home, and wtth an ox team set
out upon a journey to the Westward,
Wellington being their destination.
Forty days and nights were passed
before this long and toilsome journey
came to an end ; the last night being
spent four miles from the Wellington
settlement; going to rest eupperiess,
yet bouyant and with hope, for on the
morrow the new home would be reach-
At early dawn, the InmatesTTf the
wagon were astir, the jaded oxen
once more put In service, and the
march resumed. In due time a log
cabin owned by J. Clifford, was reached.
Two miles to the Westward, Russell
Webster, s brother of Mrs. Manly,
bad a log cabin nearly completed,
which was' to be the future home
of tills family. The joyful greetings
and the kindly ministrations extended
on that day, the first spent In the new
home were ever remembered among
the priceless treasures. For a few
days the family shared tbe hospitalities
of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley, whilst their
new cabiu was being finished.
Mrs. Manly often referred to the en
tertainment of their first visitors; say
ing she never entered Into more hearty
enjoyment over any other event of
those days. The cabin had some extra
furnishing which had been brought
from the East. There was one chair,
small stand, some sheep skin mats
spread upon the white puncheon floors,
s candle stick, with snuffers and tray,
and a tallow candle burning In the
socket, an article tbe other settlers bad
not seen In use since leaving their
homes In the Kast. Other articles of
luxury gave brightness to the eve
nings entertainment; and the guests
But alas! sorrows were to follow.
Slcknexs with its blighting band,
spread a veil of sadness orer this once
happy household. Mr. and Mrs. Man-
Icy were both - stricken down. Dr.
hps was their attending physician.
Mr. Manly died August 21st, 1S23, at
the early age ot 32 years, his being the
first death that occurred among tbe
settlers in Wellington. At the time of
his death, Mrs. Manly wan so ill the
fact of her husbands death wra kept
from her for a week.
Mrs. Manly worked at her trade,
(a talloress). She taught school, she
labored by day and by night to keep
the wolf from the door, and she suc
ceeded. Frederic B. the elder son, was
his mothers main support. -
In the fall of 1853, Mrs. Manley
married Mr. Matthew DeWolf, of Wel
lington. Ten years of wedded life
passed, and the shadows of death once
more came to the household, July 10th,
The remaining twelve years of Mrs.
DeWoif's llfo have been spent with
her children, F. B. Manley and Mrs.
D. Hoke. She was a member of tbe
Congregational Church forty-five years
and was one of its most active mem
bers, till old age restrained her willing
steps and aotlve bauds from further
A letter from a nephew of Mr. M. De-
Wolf, brought up in his family, In an
swer to a telegram announcing her
death, says "I have always had a ten
der regard for this aunt. She was uni
formly very kind to me, and pleasant
and affable tn all her Intercourse with
others. I cannot recall that I ever
heard her speitk an angry word. We
may all feel satisfied tf when the end
comes, we way look Dack over our
lives and find a record as clear : that
under whatever conditions we are
place, we fulfilled our duties as well as
she has done. S W.
La Pere De Aubrlel, of the Frenc.fi
Church, on Twenty-third street, New
York, devotes his life to visiting the
poor snd afflicted, and he notonly'gives
tne consolation or religion, Dut pre
scribes the use of Qiles Liniment Iodide
Ammonia, and Instant relief is expert
Sold by all druggists. Send for
pamphlet. Dr. Gn.KS,
120 West Broadway, N. T.
Sold by J, W. Houghton, Welling
Smg Store for Sale.
An old establls bed drug store doing
a fair amount of business, located in
Wellloeton.O.. at Invoice stock. Satis
factory reasons given for wishing to
sell. Address or Inquire of J. W.
HoiightQn, - W
Of the Same Mind.
Brast's Besd. Pa., Jan. 29. 1874.
' Dr. M. M. PaTCHR. f red on la. N. Y..
Dear Sir: I am nearly out of your
Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic.
Cough Honey and Golden Relief. We are
selling piles of them. - Please send me
box at ence. The people here think there is
nothing like Fenner's medicines and I think
so too. Xours truly.
W. J. Msldris, Merchant.
Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy
ana nerve Tonic may well be called
The conquerinsr hero" of the times. It
Is the medical triumph of the age. Who
ever has "the blues" should take it, for
It regulates snd restores the disordered
system that gives rise to them. It al
ways cures Billiousnest and Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion. Headaches. Fever and A cue. Spleen
Enlargments, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pim
ples, Blotches, and all akin eruptions
and blood disorders: Swelled Limbs and
Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves
ana jxervous Debility; Itestores flesh
and strength when the system is running
down or going into decline; cures 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.
ut. t enners improved Cough Honey
will relieve any cough in one hour.
ut. jrenners Uolden Relief cures any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or
headache hi 5 to 80 minutes, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint.
diarrhoea, dysentery. For sale by Dr. S.
B. Emerson. Dr. Fenner's Su Vitus
Dance Specific One bottle always cures.
For sale by dealers.
A desirable Honse and Lot for sale cheap.
Apply to J. H. Belden. 81 tf
New Paint Shop.
Mr. Frank 8. Powers has fitted up a Paint
Shop In the room first door east of Crosler's
warehouse, and is now prepared to do any
thing in the line ot House, Sign and Carriage
Painting. He proposes to make Carriage
Painting a specialty and will give prices
lower than ever before heard of in Welling,
ton and warrant a first-class Job. Slt4
The Reverend.Father Drumgoole, of
the Newsboys Lodging House, New
Tork, uses for bruises and lameness,
and the many troubles to which the
waifs nnder his charge are subject, Dr.
Giles Liniment Iodide Ammonia,
Sold by all druggists. Trial size 23cts
Send for pamphlet to Dr. Giles. 120
West Broadway, N. Y. Sold by J. W.
Houghton, Wellington, Ohio. . :
CONVERSE April 26th, 1879, In the 64th
year of his age, William H. Converse, of
Mr. Converse came to this country in
an early day, bas lived in Wellington
and Brighton townships orer 30 years.
Advice from New York and Little
Falls show an improved condition of
the market for both cheese and butter.
At the latter place prices have ad
vanced hi cents since last week. Wel
lington Having been paying better
prices nas not yet advanced rates,
though the tendency Is upward. Stocks
light and demand fair, giving a firm
We quote: Buying, f naked) 5 cents:
billing, (boxed) 0 cents.
The shipments of cheese for the week
ending May 14, are as follows: No. of
Boxes 2,035; No. of pounes 7G.5S3. .
Butter for the same time as follows :
No. of pkgs. 418 : No. of pounds
Is a success. ' No setting over -night
no stirring, kneading and fretting for
hours before baking. You mix, bake,
and eat it in about tbe same time you
would be getting ready to bake the or
dinary way with yeast. Bowlby &
nail, sole agents for Wellington.,, .. I
We have s large variety of Gardeu
Seeds; a number of varieties of Seed
Peas in bulk.'
Our Sugar Cured Hams are the best.
Our fancy brands of floor are not
equaled tn town.
We want a few more customers on
our Ircsli roasted Coffee. Tnere Is a
freshness In onr Coffee that yon can't
get from tbe stale stuff that is shipped
from the city.
Don't buy dishes and glassware un
til you see our stock.
: BOWLBY & II ALL.
A G It I C UL T UR A L
Buckeye Mower; and Reaper,
Marlon Revolving Hake,
Hazerstown Fertilizing Grain
Buckeye Fertilizing Grain
Mansfield, Aultman & Taylor
Threbhing Machine?, Cul
tivators, &c. .
Bone meal and Phosphate
standard Fertilizers. Look
through my stock before pur
chacing. ' Wm. Morrow, Act,
34-3m. Wellington, O.
f. c Thomas, rrs.
Refore Rll B. Tlowk
Justice of tha hrace of
y euingtun 1 owonip,
Lorain County, Ohio.
S1ACHIKE CO. DTUa.
On the 7th day of May. A. D. 1H7B. taJd JsaUcc la-
saed aa order of attachment ta tha above action, for
tbe aam of Fifteen Dollar. Tha case la act for
tfW June ssth, A. D. 187a. S4
Taa Stats or Onto, 1
Ia the Conn ot Common
I.O., SB. I
Enwt M. HiTvxa. Plaintiff,
Jabss W. Surra, et al. Defendants.
By virtue of aa order of sale lasned by tbe Clerk of
the Ooart of Common Plena of Lorain County. Ohio,
la aald ease, snd to me directed, I shall offer for sale
at public auction at the door of the Court Houaa la
SATURDAY, MAY 3ist, 1879,
at 1 oelork la the afternoon ot said day, the follow
ing- described real eatata, to-wit
Situated ta the townanlp of TTelllnston, County
and Mate aforesaid, and described aa foltowat
Bounded oa the South by the center of the Kaat end
West b rrtw, oa the Spat by tha center of the
hqrth nad Squib h,IShwT. po, the Korth by land
owned by 4oha al. Howk; and Timothy Herrlca. aod
on the Wert by land owned by aald T. Herrlck, and
belne about Fifty-two (32) acres of land, and part of
original lot number four .
Appraised at S 1800.00. Termi qa.1i, on, day of sale.
HxsassT K. Canrt, Bnettty; of Lpraia Countj,
F WjWr; snd t A- WBMTBV
Notice to Builders. -
Sealed proposals wUl be received at the offlee of the
Clerk of the Board of Education of Colombia
Towaahlp, Lorain County, jDbio. antu 13 o'clock at
Boon, on tbe thirty-first (Slat) day of May. 1870. (or
bttlldina a School Hoaae la Sub Piaalct Number
One. of aald towniblp, according- to plans snd aped-
OcaUona on file In aald office. - - ' " 1 -
Each bid moat contain tha name of every person
Interested in the same, and be accompanied by a
sufficient guaranty of aome dlstntereatee person.
that If tbe bid is accepted a contract will be entered
Into, and tbe performance of tt properly secured.
Tbe bid for each kind of material called for by the
specifications moat be stated separately, and tbe
price given, and the price of labor moat also be scp
None bat the lowest resposalble bid will be ac
cepted, and tbe Board may reject all bids. '
By order of the Board of Education,
B. B. ADAMS, CUac
Columbia, Ohio, May 3d. 187U. . ss-St
The Friend of All !
Hollo way's Pills!
"T had no appetite; Hollowly"! Puis gaTe me a
"Tour Pins are marreloaa." .
"T apnl r uutkM hiw anjl hm I. V.
'Dr. Hollnwav haa mnrmA ai. ...
'I rave one of vonr Pn'a a v li-h aw 1wi1m
" iu. ucu- uuk mur ireu u I U,
tf nausea of a morning-1 now cured.''
VoOr hoy (if ftnllnmr.v'a IrintnMil '
nolsea In the bead, l rubbed some of your Ointment
behind toe ears and tbe noise bas left.'
"Send me two boxes; I want one fora poor family."
"I eectose a dollar: roar rricjt la xtMmta hnt th
medicine to mc is worth a dollar.
Send me are boxes of your Mil. "
'Let me have three borea nt mi, tmii. h.
mall, for Chilis and Fever." .
T bit, over Iwn hnnitnul .n.H A(mr.-.t-i- .1
but want of space compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous" Disorders. '.'
And an eruptions of the akin, thla Ointment I most
Invaluable It does not heal externally alone, but
Kre-ij - w i.u un umj scarcuioa encvt to tne Terr
root of the evu. . .
110 IK OIIITfJEliT!
Possessed ot this remedy, every man may
lu. hla AWn ftfWtjlV ft maw h. vmKKul t.M
-x. . J w a WWW JUM
the system so as to reach wj Internal com
plaint; by these means It cures sores or ul
cers in the throat, stomach, liver, spine, or
other norta. It la a.n infallihlA Mm. f
bsd legs, bad breasts, contracted or stiff
joints, gout, rheumatism and all skin dis-
lararm nrf rf.Trrrna- Vn., .MtM
the armature of J. Hatdock, as agent for the United
piaie, aurrounus eaca oox or riiia and Ulntuwnt.
Boxes at 35 etnts. 03 cent, and SI each.
laV" There la considerable aavhur h t vtn. th. law.
Jxe4 ... a
, HOLLOWATACO.. SewTork.
NEW LOKDOK, ODIO.
One Dollar Buys More Goods
than at any other store in ,
j Northern Ohio.
85c, 90c, $1.00, and $1.25
Equal to those ad veitised at
1.00, 1.25, and 1.40. ,.
Striped, Checked, and ' Trim
ming Silks, COe per yard.,
CUOCOET quilts; LARGE
; ' Size, OO ceu-ts.
Peerless Carpet Warp, 15 cts.
T LACES. '
J ' . . .
A bankrupt importation bonght
out for . Cash 25 per ceut. loss
than any body can Import
them. This important pnr
. chase Includes 50 pieces .
At 2025, 30, 35 and 40 cents
; . , Per Yard.
One Thousand pieces Pacific,
Merrimac, Sprague, , and . Co-
checo Print, at 4 to 4, l-2c .
Yard Wide Oil Cloth, at 20c
All other goods in proportion.
i Twenty Pieces ,
Of better Quality Than Ever
Before Offered for the Price.
New Novelties In. .
Cheaper Than Can bo Bought
' ' In Other Places,
Brussells and Other
at prices that defy competition.
Please come and see us be
New London, O., May 6, '79.
- - , 33-tf
H. B. Hamlin,
; - and
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN,
Has on sale a new Brand of Flour of
absolutely the best quality in town, at
the same price you" pay for inferior
kinds. Try it, and get rid of that bane
of the family, bad bread. . '
Farmers having grain should re
member that this is the place to get the
highest market price for it in. cash.
They' should also remember that In or
der to continue to raise goo: l crops tbey
must apply fertilisers to their lands.
have been proved to be the most uow
ertul, best aud cheapest fertilizer la the
market. Made by experienced and re
name manufacturers, prenarea as
plant food by the best known process,
it is the standard fertiliser; causing
immediate and lasting fertilitv. and ia
perfectly adapted to all ' crops. , Call
uuu ges circulars. , ....-
Warehouse South ef Ry., Depot,
Hn-33-tf - - Wellington, Ohio.
CTTT. A 'PXTSB S c&
. Is found at the warerooms of
.... - . .
Great additions hare been made to
the stock to meet the demands of tbe
trade. The purchaser will find s match
less variety of splendid low-priced
goods as well as the costly. The public
can see at their showrooms very fine
1 PAEL0R GOODS. 3
Which they ofler st Tery Low Prices.
IN THE '
We afe prepared to furnish everything-.
in the Coffin snd Casket line, fihrouds
of all kinds kept on hand. lTiTing had
many years' experience Id this business
we guarantee to keep in good condition
all bodies nut in our charsre for tnv
lenrth of time desired, without cb antra
or decomposition. .
'a little mole is growing Jay, '
.i Just underneath toy chin, " --'.
It gives me so mach grief, dear Jay,
I'm crowing pale and thin. , :
. Another one Is coming Jay, ' - . '.
' ' Jnst here beneath my ear, - - '
. And I will be disfigured Jay, ' ,
Por Ufa, I sadly fear.
. , And so I want to aak you Jay, I
: WM e'er your love grow cold; a, , -
O, answer me st onee dear Jay,.- i? -,
- rrill you tore me when 11 motasV
Come Snd'see two of the best work
ing Plows In- the doontry "Warranted
to give satisfaction, j Prices reduced.
Do you wish to use Paints snd Oils?
xuu ran uiiti mo. nasi, cqaurcy -rn Xirc .
r n , F.. j. .... j. a s n , .m.rnA i.a. Y'ltin.
OTT. an arliatla tli.t awlll ar.nil Ka
try blasts. "- ' ...
Come, sad be surprised st the low.
price of the., beat -quUity . of - Whips,
ley cannot be surpassed.. ' W;" -
In Cutlery, both table and pocVet, I
can give extra bargains.. They are the
best makes.-' ; - .... :
In Brushes I hare a large variety and
can give you extra bargains.-'' ; ;f
I can now offers a large variety of
Shelf Hardware sbiee Tnaxldng down
so cheap that close buyers will exclaim
"Can It be possible IV 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 "
T? n 1 1 .e - A vprv nraptlal rrtllnr
' Now is the time to buy Wire .Screen ;
cheap. . '.- . - i : .
Wm.Chlsholru & Son's Spades, Sbov-
.1. O . .1
eta, ovoub, jusv gMuacat sit luejiu as you
Sole Agents for Killer Bros's Cbeml-
calFaint.. - ' - - : . .
,' .-ajj UghV-Running ' '
Domestic Sewing SIichike
The new T7NDKRBRAIDER. which Is tha
best and only thing ot the kind ever used, ia
now a part ol tbe machine, and, vma the
new Self-Threading Shuttle, 8elf-Adjastlng '
Needle, new Take-up, Combination Wheel
and other Improvements makes it the best
Under-feed Sewing Machine made. I aa
also agent for the -..
Davis Vertical Fsed 1 '
" The New Home
Sewing Machines, each of which has adran- -tagea
peculiar to itself, which recommends
them for variety of uses aad stake them -
second to none in the market. . r- '
Paities desiring machines will find it to
their advantage to give me a call.' . All ma
chines warranted. All kinds of " -Sewing '
Machine Needles and also a fine quality of
Sewing Machine Oil kept for sale. ....
S, P; HASTINGS, Ag't, ',
Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, O
Jan. 10th tyr.
IT WILL PAY YOU
To buy your SHIRTS of
Practical Shirt Maker, ; - Mansfield, O.
N. T, Mills or Warasntta, 8200 linen, $24.00 ,
: 44 1800 18.00
As good as any eastern shirt, . - 12.00
Six. shirts for - - - ' - - 6.00
I do rav own cuttine and can furnish ar
better fltticg and better shirt than you can
get elsewhere. Measure taken by . . . ."
F. C. LEACH, Agent,
At Ibtrvey 'a. . - Wellington, O.
P. 8. A nice line ot imported shirtings.' '
- TOCLE HOBIKSOFS
ouuiuiur . iuiciugeifleiiis.
! SODA - WATER;
t TxrrYNT a TYD inu n-D-c a ir
ULUUVilaUU) XV All la r. J"a nyi,
"' ; ; - AND
v. , I V v V V
! UUL AbJCiOAAlVA X! 1 V AO.
For church and benevolent
objects I will make reasonable
deductions, also to merchants.
Please do not forget that I keep a full sap
ply of Groceries and Provisions, together
. . , r .: n i .
a u u' u u ti aa u' 1.1 -,-u
WHO ff rniu sau uvuiwMvavij, uunw aiu
Cigart, Lunch and Uot Tea aad Coffee at all
hours, and no pains spared to accommodate
mu wuu van. - -lr-
'inauKiui lor pasr, lavors i remain yosr
numuis servant, . i v
v v --Anvvwaarw
A. d . nwui va a
. -IVa a A tYa 1' "
tea rues, Mw zork.