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Thursday, May 22, 1879.
J. W. HOUGHTON. M. H. HOUGHTON,
C. C. C. & I. R- K. Time-table.
Trains lears Wellington Station M fol
yo L Cta. lad. Express aad Mall .8:37 A. m.
Ho. a. . Lools Cusetaaatl Imiua,... :10r.M
Ho. a. Hlcat Kxpraaa, MaO.............. 8:S8r.a.
Ho. T. CJeraland AeeoaunodsUoa.. ....... S:3Q P. x.
Local Freights, 8:37 a. a. and 6:50 r. x.
Xo.9. Htaat Kxanna, Mail ... &:o a-k.
Ho. 4 8- Lomla 4k Cta. Express Kail.... 1:19 P.au
Ho. a. deralaaa Exprtsa. S:S8 p.m.
Ho. a. doreUad Accommodation. 8:37 A-a.
Local rreixhta, . 3:oos:a r.a.
W. H. FISHEB. Aceat.
DISCIPLE CHTJBCH. Service fTrry Sbhth at
lu-JOA. M and 7.-0 P. M. Kahbath Scboul at 12
M. Pranr Mectlaa oa Thanday ercalnK. W. B.
COKOREGATIOXAL CBUT.CH. Sfrrlcra ctctt
Sihbal. at K: A. M. and 7:00 P. M. Sabbath
Sehoul at U M. Prmrrr Meetlac oa Thursday crea
tes. J. A. Daly, paator.
MKTRODI8T KPI8tXPAL CHTrnctt. SerTtres rr
cry Sabbath at lu:SO A. M. and 7:' P. M. Sabbath
Sabbath School at 13 al. Prayer Meettnc oa Thura
day eT.alaga. 2i. 8. AJbrlcht, paator.
Arrival aud Departure of Malls.
1 Arrrce Tacadar. Thonday and Saturday
i at a A. U. Lcotc at 1 P. 11.
AirtT dally ttMA.lL Lear at
K. ClarksfleM, I 11
ManttMtoa. 1 Antra Monday. WedneadaT and Trl
Sulllna. day at 1 P. M. lycare T.?sdsy.Thura-
PolK, J day and aatanay at a:ao A. at.
Spracer. I Arrtrc Taeulay, Thnnday aad Sarur-
Wt si Hainan. )
day at 11A.M. Leave at 1 P. M.
Toe address rahrt oa each paper ahows tha data to
Which tha subscriber haa paid, tha:
Jerry Smith 1 jan 79
B!iru!Ses (hat Mr. Smith ha paid for hla paper aattl
Jaaaars 1st. 1H7S. The snail Um la rorreeted weekly.
By eoa.alUaa the add nm label every subscriber caa
teJ la aa Instant bow hla account Minds, and wheth
er h haa recslrad proper credit oa oar books.
XoUees iaarrted la this rotuma at TO eeats per llae
each rarrtioa. aalnloa typCk.
A job lot of hosiery, cheap, at Fitch's.
Heavy mixed Bote, 5e a pair, at Fitch's.
- Aa elegant Una of Fancy Hose at Fitch's.
Boys' white and fancy Shirts at Fitch's.
Those nice snmmer Hats for men and
boys can be found at Fitch's.
""Trench and American Percale Shirts at
A new lot of Scarfs, Collars and Ties,
latest styles, at Fitch's.
FITCH has Just shelved an elegant line
of Clothing for Men, Boys snd Children, at
prices lower than ercr.
' DIAMOND SHIRTS, 75 cents to St.50;
other brands at 50 to 65 cents at Fitch's.
Ton can get two rood linen collars, lat
est style, fresh from factory for an even
quarter at Fitch's.
Ton can get
cents at Fitch's.
a Laundried Shirt for SO
23 cents will get a fair working shirt and
63 cents a heavy chevolt with double back,
made to order, at Fitch's.
. Spring cloths sre In and Melts: Is busy
making up those nobby suits at Fitch's. '
Wanted, stock-breeders and dairymen to
know that R. F. Jones, of Wellington, has a
Ana Jersey bull, bred by the noted importer
and breeder, W. L. Gardner, Norwalk, Ohio.
It. is thoroughbred and is recorded in the
American Jersey Cattle Club Reclster, snd
Is a very fine animal. Those Interested
please call at hla farm In the north part of
the Tillage. 31 tf
Mrs. Palmer keeps Ladle's Domestic Un
derwear. - tf
We Challenge tlio World.
When we say we believe, we have evidence
to prove thai Bhlloh's Consumption Cure Is
decidedly the best Lung Medicine made, la
aa mock as It will care a common or chronic
cough In one half the time and relieve Asth
ma, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Croup,
and show more cases of Consumption cured
thaa all others. It will cere where they fail.
It Is pleasant to take, harmless to the young,
est child, and we guarantee what we say.
Price 10 cents, 60 cents and $U It vour
lungs are sore, back or chest lame, use Bhl
loh's Porous Plaster. Sold by Everett A
8tarr, Wellington, Ohio.
- Look out for our new algns Just outside
the corporation. We guarantee Just what
Is said on them. Hcstid Bros.
No Deception Used.
V. It Is strange so many people will continue
to suffer day after day with Dyspepsia, Liv
er complaint. Constipation, Sour Stomach,
General Debility, when they can procure at
our store Bhlloh's Vitallzer, free of cost If
It does not cure or relieve them. Price 75
cents. Bold by Everett & BUrr, Wellington.
Boots and Shoes were never so cheap
since the war. We have curtailed expenses,
rod need pro (Its and propose to give our cus
tomers a benefit. IIuhtbd Bbos.
- Ton can get
a nice Hat very cheap, at
If yoa want a atyltsh Bonnet, call at
Mrs. A. H. Palmer's Millinery Rooms, tf
Drug; Store for Sale.
An old established drag store doing
a fair amount of business, located lu
Wellington, O., at Invoice stock. Satis
factory reasons given for wishing to
ael!. Address . or Inquire of J. W.
. Houghton. tf
From all parts of the country reports eome
of the Immense sales and increasing demand
for that deaerredly popular Sewing Machine,
The Old and Reliable 8tajidaro,, tbe price
of which the proprietors wisely reduced to
$J0 including all the attachments, aad at
once aacnred for them a popularity tmoii
the people, far beyond that attained by any
other ssachlne at any price, the consequence
of which is, agents sre leaving the old high
orlead machines, and seeking territory tor
tha "arAWDAXD." Knowing from exper
lence that with the beat goods st the lowest
price they eaa outsail all other machines,
where the superior quality and low price is
asade known. This splendid machine com
bines all the improvements. Is far ahead of
all others la beantv and- durability of Its
work, ana of management, light rnnniug
aad eertaiaty of operation, la sen.lbly made
upon sound principle, with positive work
ing parts alt steel, and can ba safely put
down as the vera Mrfaetion of a serviceable
sewing machine, In every particular, that
wiu vuuae ui machine, ana a -a pnee xar
wowaj below any other. It Is thoroughly
warranted for Bra years. Kept in order free
t charge. And seat to any part of the
country for examination by the customer
before payment of tha bill. We can predict
equally as largo a demand for them in this
aeettoaaa ln others. Families wishing the
boat machine manufactured abould write dl.
rect to the Factory, and enterprising persons
wishing u aeias the chance should apply for
BodeairaMo aa agency. See advertisement
la another part of this paper. Address Stand,
ard Machine Co., Cor. Broadway and Clin
ton f Lace, new sora.
LOCAL AND MISCEIXANEOUS
Band Concert to-morrow evenlug.
See cheap table of Boots and Shoes
at Frank B. Serage's.
J . W. Wilbur has a new sign which
eclipses anything of the kind in town.
Remember the Band Concert to
morrow evening, at the Town Hall.
Mrs. Martha Sage Bailey is spend
ing a few days In town, visiting friends.
Don't fall to aUend the Band Con
cert, at the Town Hall to-morrow
Mr. John Crabtree has been seri
ously HI with erysipelas duriog the
W. S. Franks, lately presented the
M. K. Church Choir with a new An
Mr. A. Bradbeer has just returned
from Michigan, where he has been to
attend the funeral of his father.
A fine line of Ladies' Walking
Shoes, in Button and Ties, at
Frank B. Serage's.
Mr. A. H Leecc. wife, and two
children, are visiting at his sisters,
Mrs. John F. Crowd'..
Mr. Howell is sufiering from heart
disease, and Dr. Smith has been in
daily attendance of late.
Ladies' Misses' and Child re na'
Shoes In great variety, at
Fbaxk B. Skbage's.
Mr. Allyn's new shop near Wads
worth's planing mill, is now complet
ed. He has already secured, work to
occupy him for the season.
Persons who hare examined the
soil lor young grasshoppers, find
enough to convlnci them that "theie
are millions in it."
Wahtkd. To exchange a history of
Lorain County for wood. Am not par
ticular about the quantity or quality.
Call on . Kcgkxz Kobinsox.
Some eflilclent means of laying the
dust this season would lie grateful to alt
homes near the business portion of town
Could we club together and secure it at
a small expense -to each individual.
We have a cheap table In full blast.
It you wish to buy shoes at half price
call and look it over. Customers say
they "never hearn tell" of such prices.
Sunbael Smith has Uken. himself
and family to Lakeside for the season,
for pleasure and profit. He will super
intend the erection of four Dotages' for
citizens of this place.
Mrs. John Lind r, whose sickness
we mentioned, died M today evening.
Funeral services conducted by .Rev. N.
S. Albright, assisted by Rev. G. Mather,
I were neia v eunesuay at 10 A. Al.
team belonging to Mr. Edward
Oberlin, ran away Monday
evening, throwing him against a hitch
ing post, and inflicting injuries from
which he died In about one hour.
Mr. Win. Cushion, sr., was thrown
from a load of straw in the east part of
Penfield. and severely Injured. From
present indications he n 111 probably be
confined to hla bed several dars. "
The 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, 33-4 1.
The drought seems to extend over
a large portion of the country. Grass
comes along rapidly, but the gardens
cannot start much now that they are
ready, without more moisture.
The sudden death of her sister,
Miss Webiter ..together with her own
illness, has very seriously affected
Mrs. Charles Bowers, and her mental
and physical state givea great anxiety
to her friends.
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 Dfound reliable.
31-4t J. W. IIocghtox.
Tho Cha jrin Falls Exponent of
May 15th, thus announces the acces
slon of the bride to her adopted family;
A Hefty Infant." May 1st, to Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Gates, of Brooklyn, Ohio, a
daughter; weight 145 pounds."
Lost. A prom misery note dated
July 16th, 1SC9, made parable to Shu-
bad Smith, for amount of 1224.00, and
due one year from date. The finder
will be suitably rewarded by leaving
the same at this office. 34-tf.
Mr. W. V. Bailey has just finished
a horse barn for Lyman Sprague, which
is pronounced by good Judges to be the
finest in the town. He has also added
a wing to Mr. Sprague's house, said to
be most too large for tbe body of tbe
house, and to detract from its architect
I rjal proportions, otherwise a good job.
LK The death of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
I Hdwk breaks op the heme, no one be
ing left to occupy it or keep together
the accumulations of a life time. It is
very sad, and an Incident that seldom
occurs, to have a home thus left deso
late, and a family obliterate! entirely
within a few weeks. The "loss to the
neighborhood will be greatly felt.
Wm. Morrow ha baan appIntel
agent - for the Buckeye Mower and
Reaper; also the Tiger Rako and the
Aultman & Taylor Threshing Machine
ne calculates to attend to the agricul
tural implement department and can
vass this township and Huntington
ns sample machines at J. W. Wilbur's
stove and tin store. 32tf
Don't forget to call at n. Wads-
worth & Sons' new planing mill, on
Railroad street, for your Doors, Sash,
Blinds, Lumber and Shingles. We
nave a large stock on hand and are
selling at prices lower than ever before,
Cistern tubs of all sizes made to order.
We have on hand a stock of the Flan
ders Wooden Eavetrough, which Is just
tne tning lor Darns, warehouses, etc.
34-3U Wadsworth & Sons.
-Mrs. William nowk, whose Illness
was mentioned last week, died Monday
morning at half-past one o'clock, just
six weeks after her husband ; about the
same npur or the night and the same
day of the week. Thus was fulfilled
the wish expressed to each other, often
through the forty-nine years of their
married life, that whlch-ever died first
the other might soon follow. The fu
neral was held from her late residence;
tho religious services .ond acted br her
pastor, and Presiding Elder Rer. G.
For Fenner's Biood and Liver Ton
ic, also Golden Relief, call at Hough
ton's drug store. The former is unri
valled for scrofula and all blood diseas
es, and the latter cures tooth-ache and
neuralgia as by magic. Try it.
The best argument that cau bo used
In favor of "Lawson's Curative," is
that It Is used by physicians of eminent
skill in their profession, and "can al
ways be relied upon as a safe, simple
ami effective cuie for the many CUeases
referred to in the advertisement.
S. W. Arnoi I 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.
A fashion writer says: "The era
of simplicity for which we have all
hungered theoretically is asserting
Itself, but it Is so only for those who
can psy roundly for the privilege, su
perb fringes and costly laces, taking the
place of the fas?y niching and co
quilles and plaiting", with which the
dresses have been so long overloaded."
Parties in need of specs or eye
glasses, whether In golJ, silver or steel
frames, will still find a splendid assort
ment at Houghton's. Remember that
we guarantee satisfaction and warra.it
all our best frames against breakage
from any defect In quality. The lens
cannot be surpassed. There is abso
lutely nothirg In the market superior
to them in clearness and perfection.
Repairing of all kinds done promptly.
Decoration Day. It has been sug
gested that this yearjinstead of putting
perishable flowers that will wither and
become unsightly In a day, on the
graves of our soldiers, plants that
will bloom for a season and keep beau
tiful until frost comes, bo set In the
earth aa mementoes of our brave boys.
Geraniums, Verbenas and other plants,
or shrubs, would be a thing of beauty
all summer. The trustees of the ceme
tery offer to furnish assistant, and
will aid by suggestions and advice, and
we hope this plan may meet with fa
vor from those having the matter in
Mr. Ashbael Crane, while engaged
cutting timber In Penfield, Tuesday,
sustained a severe Injury by a falling
limb, which struck him on the shoul
der and aide, fracturing the arm in two
places and two of his ribs, ne is In
jured Internally, and has considerable
heraorhage of the lungs. It is feared
that his injuries will provo serious.
ne ts attended bv Dr. McCIarcn
JyJiATr.R. Tlie Internal injuries were
more serious than first snpposed, and
proved fatal at 1 o'clock Wednesday
morning. The lung was punctured, al
lowing tho air to escape Into the cellu
lar tissue and distending the skin to the
utmost limits. J Is a very aad and ter
rible affliction, and his family have the
sympathy of the entire community.
Funeral at the resldenca of the deceased
at 3 oolocky-TUursday. .
We pub'.Uh the announcements In
our advertising columns for pay, and
seldom trouble ourselves to enquire as
to the qualities or merits of the wares
advertised, further than to assure our
selves that tliey are legitimate ami re
spectable. But when an article per
forms miracles tnour midst, transform
lug the old to young, In appearance at
least, we cannot pass It by unnoticed.
We know of people who, years ago,
were gray -headed and who now. wear
dark and glossy hair. How is this? It
evidently is not colored, for It has a
perfectly natural appearance instead of
the harsh, dry, staring look of hair
stained with nitrate f sliver or other
common hair dyes. NoUlt has been
restored to Its youthful color, lustre
and vitality by the use of that wonder
of wonders, nail's Vegetable Sicilian
Hair Renewer. It haa" many Imitators,
bat there is nothing like it. Tbe test
of years only increases its fame, while
ita Imitators die and are forgotten.
Boston Dally Globe.
At the request of many - members, i
meeting of the Alumni of the Welling
ton Union School will be held on Satur
day evening next, at 7 :30 oclock at the
residence of non. S. S. Warner. A
full attendance is desired.
Mary L. Nakqle, Sec.
Owing to several good and substantial
reasons, the time of holding our Fair
this year has been changed to August
19th, and continue four days.
Quite a liberal sum of money "' is
pledged by oar citizens for athletic
sports, which tho committee are now
at work arranging, and which will add
much to tbe amusements during the
The Band Concert.
' To-morrow (Friday) eventng the
Band give their Concert at the Town
nail, and no lover ot good music
should fail to attend as It will doubtless
be one of the best entertainment of the
kind ever given in Wellington. We
understand they are in debt for the
room they have occupied for the last
year and take this means to pay it off.
Let everybody turn out and encourage
the boys by giving them a full house,
On or about tne 23th of Ibis month,
O. K. Lleblch, the well known Land
scape Photographer of Cleveland, will
visit Wellington and vlclnlry to make
views of some of our churches, res!
dences, business blocks, groups of so.
cletles, lodges, etc. Specimens may be
seen at W. F. Sawtell's rooms, who
will be happy to have you call, ne
will also receive orders and cheerfully
rive anv information which may be
The Lorain, Wooster and
The project for building a railroad
from Lorain on the Lake Shore, to the
Perry County coal fields, passing
through Oberlin, Wellington, Spencer,
Led I, Cosohocton and Wooster, was
agitated In the fall of 1877 and a char
ter procured, but the matter has been
resting for the want of means until
very recently. At present tne pros
pect Is encouraging and the occasion
appears to be auspicious for decided
action In the matter.
A meeting was held in Wooster on
Thursday of last week, ar.d a board ot
directors elected as follows : R. II. Pen-
field, E'.yria; Gilbert Uog.tn, Lorain;
O. F. Carter, Oberlin; R. A. Horr,
Wellington; John Zimmerman, Woos
ter; II. Atnsworth, Lodt; W. Duncan,
Kilbuck; P. Metham, Warsaw ; II. B.
LaRue, nornellsville, N. Y.; Ed. C.
Vernon, St. Louis, Mo.
The directors immediately organized
by elecllug Ed. C. Vernon of St. Louis,
President; Gilbert Ilogan of Lorain,
Vice President, and O. F. Carter of
Oberlin, Secretary and Treasurer.
The directors will hold a meeting at
.Wellington, on Thursday May 22.
The present seems to be an auspi
cious time to push this enterprise to a
conclusion. Several capitalists who
have had long experience in the build-
ng of railroads, offer to take the en
tire responsibility 'and build a first
class road, provided the people along
the line show their Interest by taking
stock to the amount of $300,000, noth
ing to be paid until locomotive and cars
are on tbe track. This i an opportu
nity which the people of Oberlin and
Wellington should not permit to pass
by without putting forth their best ef
forts. We shall present some facts in
regatd to the advantages of the road at
some future tlmo. fOberlln News.
In Berea last week, a child died from
whooping cough, one from a relapse of
scarlet fever and one from cere bo spi
nal menegltla. The Advertiser aUo
mentions the death by apoplexy of a
Mrs. Bell, aged forty years. Berea
will observe Decoration Day.
It is said that Effle ElUler is to marry
Frank Weton, of her company, May
Mr. "Geo. hall of Cleveland, was
thrown from a carriage last week and
a good deal shocked and bruised.
The Amherst and Oberlin papers
speak just about as favorably of the
county history aa we were able to do.
The Ashland Times says that Myron
. Herrtck of Cleveland, was in that
place attending to legal business lately.
Mr. Brenter of Wellington, tho stock
buyer, has been making his headquar
ters at the Red Haw Hotel this week,
and bought quite a lot of stock which
he took in lat Monday. He bought
horses, cows, fat cattle, hogs and fat
sheep. Mr. Brenner Is a good judge of
stock and a fair dealer. Ashland Times.
Medina has had a mnd-dog sensation.a
rabid cur having gone through the vil
lage biting many other dogs.
Mrs. Mary nays, daughter of Dr.
Robinson, died in Medina last Thurs
day, aged 23 years.
Nineteen cases are on the docket he-
fore tbe grand jury of Medina county
for unlawfully selling Intoxicating
liquors. Five of those found guilty
were sent to jail for from 10 to 30 days
They have hardwork toet a lawyer
In Medina county to defend such cases,
Among the burglaries mentioned by
the Gazette, aa lately occurring in the
vicinity of Medina, is the house of John
Taylor of Lodt, who had about 100
taken from under his pillow while he
The Presbyterians of Ashland have
decided to build a new church edifice
with all modern improvements, and
with a seating capacity, Sunday school
rooms Included, of i)50, and they expect
to build It for $12,000, exclusive of fur
nishing, which the ladies have pledged
themselves to do. They have taken
down the steeple of. tho old church,
which was the tallest spire in tbe town,
and very substantially built.
A chorus numbering upwards of 100
persons met at the First M. E. Church,
Friday eve to rehearse music for the
coming State Sunday School Conven
tlon. "The Heavens are Telling,'
"Aud the Glory of the Lord" and
"Praise Ye the Father," "are the cho
ruses selected, and with the choir in
creased to double the size last evening
the effect will be all that could be de
sired. Akron Beacon.
President Taylor of Wooster Uulver
sitr. savs : "The co-education of the
sexes has proved unquestionably sue
cessful. The relative standing of young
women In the classes has proved their
ability in all respects to master tbe
difficulties of the col lego course, and to
maintain the highest rank. Thclt
presence is a constant stimulus to study,
to order, and to a courteous bearing, In
all the exercises of the institution."
The Methodist Episcopal Church of
Warren, which was ruined by tho me
morable storm of a year ago last month,
was re-opened FrMay evening with an
orgau coucert. The dedication servlct-s
took place Sunday. Dr. A. Wheeler,
editor of the Pittsburgh Christian Ad
vocate, delivered the morning sermon,
and Dr. W. F. Day of New Castle, Pa.,
the evening sermon.
Wealth t Clevklanders. The Voice
publishes a list of 67 citizens of Clcve
land who pay taxes on a personality of
over 120,000. Tho heaviest tax payer
In this list Is Amasa Stone, Jr.. who
pays oa $329,030; the others who p'.y
on over $100,000 are Capt. A. Bradley,
tl33,C23; Joseph Perkins, 196,800;
W. G. Rose, $122,155; J. n. Wade,
150,090; heirs of D. Morri, $123,020;
aUm'rs of D. P. Eell?, 123,400. There
are 19 citizens who own real estate
valued at over 100.000. Leonard Cnse
heading the list with $1,737,833. Of
those nosesslne over half a million In
this species of nronertv are Joseph Per
kins, &835,500; H. B. Pavne, $705,845,
and II. P. Weddell, $343,425.
The Proposed Regulation of Ped
. dling and Huckstering.
Last summer a petition was addressed
to the Council, requesting the regula
tion of peddling and huckstering. The
petition was referred to the Committee
on ordinances, and pocketed by tbe
Chairman during the remainder of bis
term of office. The new Council
brought it to light, as requested by the
petitioners. One of the councllmen
falsely charged with the origination ol
tbe petition, though he signed .It when
presented by other parties.
It Is reported that the regulation is
to apply to producers and manufactur
ers; but the proposed ord'nince itself
states that it die i not apply to manu
facturers and producers, nor to grow
ers of fruit, or children picking berries,
or news pnper peddlers ; but to such as
make peddling and huckstering a
means of livelihood. Tbe regulation is
organized simply to bring professional
peddlers to the same footing with men
In their buslnes, requiring them to as
sist In the support of the enterprise of
Many of the citizens infer that the or
dinance is designed to favor dealers in
fruit and produce, requiring the pro
ducer to sell to dealers only ; but it can
In no way affect this case, as the grow
er or producer Is left perfectly unin
terrupted In peddling his produce
nbout the villsge. But the proposed or
dinance rather favors the home produc
er in excluding from the competition
irresponsible parties who aid the town
The object of this writing! is to set
tho proposed ordinance plainly belore
the citizens that they may understand
Its reading and application. The writ
er, tnongn tne proposed regulation
seems just and right, would cheerfully
oppose It, if the majority of the citizens,
after a fair nndstandlng of the case,
think it best not to pass the ordlnauce.
Mr. Editor: I understand that the
"high toned" Council of this Incorpo
rated Village of Wellington propose to
pass an ordinance regulating and
licensing hucksters and peddlers. In
behalf of myself an da large number of
the cItlzens,alsoof the poor and laboring
classes of this community, I desire to
enter my solemn protest in other
words "I'm agin it, tooth and toe nail."
It is now over one hundred years
since onr ancestors threw off the yoke
of English despotism, and shall wo In
this enlightened day of the world prove
recreant to the trust bequeathed to us ?
Shall we allow our rights to be invaded
and trampled upon by this aristocratic
Town Council, who "pay no taxes"
and who desire to ruin the commercial
prospetlty of our town for one I say
no, a thousand times no. I and the
rest of the toiling millions will arise
and assert our rights; if necessary we
will die in the hist ditch, and when all
other means have failed when our
prayers and entreaties prove of no
avail when the "town scroundcls"
consumate this just inequality, then
sir, we proposw to withdraw our pat
ronage from the merchants of this town
and buy our groceries in Cleveland.
Do yon ask me what aro the provis
ions of this ordinance against which I
.object so strongly f Well sir, I haven't
seen the document as yet, in fact -I
think the paper is still in the hands of
the Committee, and I presume, the Com
ml t tee have not yet decided as to the
terms of the ordinance; but it is ru
mored that if this foul project Is carried
out, then the honest poor will be de
frauded out of one cent per quart on
berries and other things in proportion ;
that a great monopoly will spring up in
Wellington, and the bloated grocery
keepers will enrich themselves at the
expense of me and the people. Yes,
several of the Councilmen have told
me that the ordinance was simply for
the purpose of compelling partie who
make a business of peddling and huck
stering, to pay their share of the taxes
of the corporation by exacting from
them a small sum as license, but we
can't trust these fellows who have
wormed themselves Into office and are
now growing rich at the public crib
They undoubtedly intend to do some
thing that will grind the face of the
poor and make the name of Wellington
a stench In the nostrils of all the peo
ple. My remedy would be simply this
Let us misrepresent the acts and In
tents of tbes so-called officers ; let us
heap personal abuse on their heads;
let us intimate to the public that we
know something of their past record
which would be very damaglcg if we
saw fit to tell it. In this way we shall
effectually squelch these bummers and
the people will all say amen.
I shall soon have plenty of leisure
having nearly finished clipping my
coupons and receiving the dividend on
my bank stock. I offer to martyr and
take the lead in this crusade or liberty
or death. X.
Ed. Enterprise: Saturday, May 17,
the Cornell University field day sports
took place. The programme consisted
of throwing balls, sack racing, running
leaping, etc. Tho one hundred yards
dash was won by Mr. Norton I. Horr
He had an easy victory, reaching the
string about twelve fect in advance of
the four other competitors, and making
the ran in 111 seconds, ' being one-half
second slower than he ran It last fall at
the tournament held at Wellington.
R. C. H.
CT.ARK FRINK My 17th, 1879, at the
residence of the bride's father, by the Rev,
Cyremes, Mr. Alf. 8. Clark and Miss Jennie
M. Frink; all of Sullivan.
Sr. Joseph's Home, in the city of
New York, is an institution for the care
of the aged and feeble under the Good
Sisters and for the cure of those under
their care. Gilo's Liniment Iodide
Ammonia, by advice of their medical
adviser, Dr. Kerrigan, directs Its use
In tho case of rheumatism, neuralgia.
swollen joints of the hands or feet; for
it always cures.
Sold by all druggists. Send for
pamphlet. Db. Giles,
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
Sold by J. W. Houghton, Welling
The Jesnit Church, on West 18th
street, celebrated all over the continent
not only for the zeal and piety of its
clergy, but for the excellence of lu
music. Dr. Bergo tbe organist, was
afflicted with aneurism in the arms
tried the most eminent surgeons with
oat success: Gile's Liniment Iodide
Ammonia cured him.
Sold by all druggists. Send for pam
phlet. Da. Giles,
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
Sold by J. W. Houghton, Wellington
O. Trial size 23 cents.
may bo frmnrt on
fll at Uro. P.
kowiu a Ca's
Kownpuper Advert Ulna;
Bureau 410 Spruce)
btroet i, w iters aa ver
t lain K contracts may
be wade lor tt la
Of the Same Mind.
Bradt's Bird. Pa., Jan. 29. 1874.
Dr. M. M. Femr, Fredonia, N. Y.,
Dear Sir: I am nearlv out of vour
Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic,
Cough Honey and Golden Relief. We are
selling piles ot them. Plesse send me a
box at once. The people here think there Is
nothing like Fenner's medicines and I think
so too. xours truiy.
W. J. Msxdbes, Merchant.
Sr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy
and Nerve Tonio may well be called
The conquering hero" of the times. It
is the medical triumph of the age. Who
ever haa "the blues" should take it, for
it regulates and restores the disordered
system that givea rise to them. It al
ways cures Billiousnest ana Xitver 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 Chrome xtneuma
tiam, 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. Fennera Improved Uough Honey
will relieve any cough in one hour.
Ur. jrenner's uoiden itenei cures any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or
headache in B to 30 minutes, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint,
diarrhoea, dysentery.' For sale by Dr. o.
Emerson. Dr. .tenner's bt. Vitus
Dance Specific. One bottle always cores.
For sale by dealers.
At wholesale by Swift A Dodd, Detroit,
A desirable House and Lot for sale cheap,
Apply to J. H. Belden. 81 tf
New Yobk, May 16th, 1879.
Cheese. The market for fine new
cheese continues to Improve and is
fully one-half cent higher than, last
week. There is much confidende in
the future and much better prices are
expected. In central New York a se
vere drougth has decreased the supply
of milk one-half, and rain Is wanted in
many other sections.
Quotations are. Fancy new 7j"c to
c. Good to fine 6c to 7c. Fair, 3c
to 6ic. Fancy old 6c. Good to fine 3c
Butter. The market shows farther
Improvement and is In good healthy
Quotations are, Fancy creamery 19c
to 20c. Good to fine 17 to 18c. Fair
14c to 15c. Dairy, fancy, ltic. Good to
fair 14 to 15c. Fair to good 12o to 13c,
Factory, fair, 12c to 13c. Fair 9c to 11c.
Little Falls, May 19.
Cheese. There, was a marked im
provement In the average of prices aud
the finest lots were much sought for
There was a strong pu6h to force pri
ces above 7)6 cents, but so tar as we
could learn without success.
JYeiaixgtox, May 21.
Cheese. There is a strong pressure
for an advance in prices, but it has
not yet been made. The market
a in good condition.
We quote : Buying, (naked) 5 cents
billing, (boxec) 6 cents.
The shipments of cheese for the week
ending May 21, are as follows : No. of
Boxes 2,002; No. of pounes 74,831.
Butter for the same time as follows :
No. of pkgs. C45: No. of pounds
Is a success. No setting over liight
no stirring, kneading and fretting for
hours before baking. Ton mix, bake,
and eat it in about the same time you
would be getting ready to bake the or
dinary way with yeast. Bowlby &
Hall, sole agents for Wellington.
We have a largo variety of Garden
Seeds; a number of varieties of Seed
Peas in bulk.
Our Sugar Cured nams are the best.
Our fancy brands of flour are not
equaled In town.
We want a few more customers on
our fresh roasted Coffee. Tuere Is a
freshness In our Coffee that you can't
get from the stale stuff that is shipped
from the city.
Don't buy dishes and glassware un
til you see onr stock.
BOWLBY & HALL.
A GHIC UL T UR A L
Buckeye Mower and Reaper,
Marion Revolving Rake,
Hazerstown Fertilizing Grain
Buckeye Fertilizing -.Grain
Mansfield, Aultman & Taylor
Throbbing Machine?, Cul
Bone meal and Phosphate
standard . Fertilizers. Look
through my stock before pur-chacinf-.
Wm. Morrow, Agt,
34-3m. Wellington, O.
P. C, THOMAS. ri B,
Before ttl' B. JTowk
Justice of the Peace of
AMERICAN SEW1XO 1 Wellington Towsshlp.
t elllngtoa Towsshlp
MACH1NKCO. I'(as. 3 Lorain County, Ohio.
Oa pie 7th day of May. A. D. VOX tald Justice Is
sued aa order of attachment la the above action, for
the sum of Fifteen Dollars. Tha case Is set for
trisl June 33th, A. D. 1STO. .
a-a . P. C. THOMAS.
Tna Stats or Onio,
In the Court ot Common
LOIAUi CO., - )
Edwix M. Hayxxk, Plaintiff,
Jaiibs W. Bum, et sL Defendants.
By virtue of an order of sale Issued by the Clerk of
the Court ot Common Pleas of Lorain County, Ohio,
la said case, sad lo me directed, I shall offer for sale
at public auction at Um door of the Court House In
SATUKDAT, MAY 31st, 1879,
at 1 o'clock la the afternoon of said day, the follow
ing described real estate, to-wit:
Situated In the township of Wellington, County
and State aforesaid, snd described aa follows:
Bocnded oa tbe South by the center of the Kast and
West highway, on the East by the center of the
North and South highway, on tbe North by land
owned by Joba M. Howk and Timothy Herrtck. aad
oa tha West by land owned by ssld T. Herrlck, and
belnt about Fifty-two (S3) seres of land, and part of
original lot anmbsr four (4).
Appraised at 91830.00. Terms cash oa day of sale.
BaaaaaT K. Cdararo, Sheriff of Lorain County.
W. F. Haaaica and I. A. Waasraa,
- Notice to Builders. - .
Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the
Clerk of the Board of Education of Columbia
Township. Lorain County. Ohio, antll 13 o'clock at
boob, on tbe thlrty-Srst (31st) day of Msy. 187a, for
balldlns a School Hoase In Sub District If umber
One, of said township, according to plans and sped
fl cations on file In said office.
Each bid must contain the asms of every person
Interested n the same, and be accompanied by a
sufficient gnarsBty of some disinterested person,
that If the bid Is accepted a contract will be entered
Into, and the performs noe of It properly soenred.
The bid for each kind of material called for by the
specifications most be stated separately, and the
price given, and the price of labor must also be sep
None but the lowest responsible bid will be ac
cepted, and the Board may reject all bids.
By order of the Board, of Education,
B. B. ADAUS, Cumc
Colombia, Ohio. Hay Sd, 1879. S3-3t
The Friend Ot All !
Hollow avs Pills!
I had no aonetlte: Hollowar's PUls rare me s
'Tour Pills are marvelous. "
! send fer another box and keco them la the
Irr. TfoUowav haa eared mv headache that was
1 mtxt one of voor PIKs to mv babe for cholera
morbus. The dear litUe thing sot well in a day."
"My nausea of a morning Is now cured."
"Tour box of Hoi In war's Ointment cored me of
noises In the hesd. I rubbed some of your Ointment
behind tbe eara and the noise haa left."
"Send me two boxes; I wsnt one for a poor family."
"I enclose a do'lar: vour orlce Is 23 cents, bnt the
medicine lo me is worth a dollar."
"Send me Ave boxes of your Pills."
Let me hsve three boxes of vour Pills bv return
mall, for Chills aad Fever."
I hsve over two hundred sueh testimonials as these,
but wsnt of spsce compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous' Disorders. 1
And all eruptions of the skin, this Ointment Is most
Invalusble it does not heal externally alone, but
penetrates with the most sea resting effect to the very
root of the evil.
Possessed of this remedy, every man may
be his own doctor. It may be rubbed into
the system so ss to resch any internal com
plaint; by these means it cures sores or ul
cers in the throat, stomach, liver, spine, or
other carts. It is an infallible remedy for
bad lekTSt bad- breasts, contracted or stiff
Joints, gout, rheumatism and all skin dis
Immtrivr Civnos. None are aranlne nnless
the signature of J. Hatdock, ss agent for the United
sieve, surrounos escn nox 01 ruts ana uuiuncjit.
Boxes at 2SCtnts. 83 cents and Si each. i
tt wTliere la considerable ssvlna bv taking the larger
HOLLOW AY CO., Nev York.
NEW LONDON, OHIO.
One Dollar Buys More Goods
than at any other store in
85c, 90c, 1.00, and 1.25
Equal to those adveitised at
1.00, 1.25, and 1.40. j
Striped, Checked, and Trim
mlugr Silks, 60c per yard.
CUOCUET QUILTS, LARGE
Size, OO cents.
Peerless Carpet Warp, 15 cts
A bankrupt importation bought
oat for Cash, 25 percent, less
than any body can import
them. This important pur
chase includes 50 pieces
At 20.25, 30, 35 and 40 cents
Per Yard. j
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.
Of better Quality Than Ever
Before Offered for tho Price.
New Novelties in
Cheaper Than Can be Bong-lit
In Other Places. ;
Brus sells and Other
at prices that defy competition.
Please come and see us be
fore buying. !
JiW London, O., May 6, '79.
H. B. Hamlin..
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN, .
Has on sale a new Brand of Floor 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 shou!d re
member that this is the place to get the
highest market price for it In cash.
They should also remember that In or
dcr to continue to raise good crops they
must apply fertilisers to their lands.
have been proved to bet he most pow
ertnl, best and cheapest fertilizer In the
market. Made by experienced and re
liable manufacturers, prepared as
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
and get circulars.
Warehouse South of Ky., Depot,
41n-33-tf - Wellington, Ohio.
CTm A "PITIES 3 &
Is found at the waierooms of
Great additions have -been made to
the stock to meet tbe demands of the
trade. The purchaser will find a match
less variety of splendid low-priced
goods as well as the costly. The public
can see at their showrooms very fine
Which they ofler at very Low Prices.
We are prepared to furnish everything
in the Coffin and Casket 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 time desirea, without change
or decomposition. 4
A little mole Is growing Jay,
Just nnderneatk my cbJn,T .
It (rives me so much grief, dear Jay,
I'm growtagpaeaauBitK??pisn ?
, Another oae is coming Jayj j ? ! '
Just here beneath my ear, . Z'fjk
And I will be disfigured Jay.V' 4
For life, I sadly fear. ' -
And so I want to ask yon Jay, t
; Will e'er your love grow coMj C
; : O. answer me at once dearary,
vVill you love me when I'm moled."'
1 t f; ! i .
Come and see two of the ' heat work
ing Plows in the conn try. Warranted
to give satisfaction.- - Prices reduced.
Do you wish to nsePahlts and Oils?
You can find the best uallty ln the
PHCENIX LEAD and in the DAYTON
OIL, an article that will stand the win
Come and be surprised at the low
price of the best quality of Whips.
They cannot be surpassed. jS i
In Cutlery, both table and pocket, I
can give extra bargains. They are the
best makes. .- - -. ;
In Brushes I have a large variety and
can give yoa extra bargains.
I can now offer a large variety of
Shelf Hardware since marking down
so chesp 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 tho new- Barn Door
Roller. A very practical roller.
Now is the time to buy Wire Screen
Wm. Chisholm & Son's Spades, Shov
els, Scoops; just glance at them as you
go by. , ;-- ; ..
Sole Agents for Miller Bro3's Chemi
J. XX. WOOIsU5TZ
Domestic Sewing Machine
The new UNDERBR AIDER, which is tbe
best and only thing ot tbe kind ever used, Is
now a part ot tbe machine, and, with tbe
new Self-Threading Shuttle, 8eU-AdjustiDg
Needle, new Take-up, Combination Wheel
and other improvements makes it the best
Under-feed Sewing Machine made. I am
fso agent for the -
Davis Vertical peed .
Sewing Machines, each sf which has advan
tages peculiar to itself, which recommends
them lor a variety of uses and make them
recoud to none in the market. .
- Patties desiring machines will' find it to
their advantage to give me a call. All ma
chines warranted. All kinds of Sawing
Machine Needles and also a fine quality of
Sewing Machine Oil kept for sale. .
' J ; S. P. HASTINGS, Ag't,
Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, O
Jan. 16th I jr.
IT WILL PAY YOB
To boy your SHIRTS of
sT. SC. HLKTIQEXiTT,
Practical Shirt Maker, " - " Mansfield, O.
N. T. Mills or Wamsutta, 2200 linen, f 24.00
" .1 - 1S00 " 18.00
As good as any eastern shirt, 12.00
8iz shirts fur - ... ..... 6.00
I do my own cutting and can-furnish a
better fitting and better shirt than you can
get eisewnere. .measure laaen oy
F. C. LEACH, Agent,
At Harvey's. ' a) Wellington, O.
P. 8. A nice line ot imported shirtings.
. UNCLE: ROBINSON'S
LEMONADE, ICE . BEAM,
y - ' AND "
For church and benevolent
objects I will make reasonable
deductions, also to merchants.
Please do not forget that I keep a fall sup
ply of Groceries and Provisions, together
with Frnits and Confectionery, Tobacco and
Cigars, Lunch and Hot Tea aad Coffee at all
hours, and no pains spared to accommodate
all who call. . '. ,, , . .'
Thankful for past favors I remain yourv
hctnble aervant, "
- . tsnuie; saa.
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