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Thursday, Judo 5. 1879.
J. V, HOUGHTON. M. H. HOTJQHTOX,
O. C. O. & I. R. B. Time-table.
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. - Clinrcb Directory. .
DISCTPLK CHXTSCR. Serrieea wry Sabbath at
lu-.SO A. If . ud TK P. M. 84blwli School at 11
M. Prayer Meatta aa Tbarsdar evealna, W. B.
Tkttaaasoe. pail nr.
COKOKKQATTONAL CHURCH- Bet-rlcc rrcrr
Sabbath at lo-.ao A. si. and 7:00 p. M. Sabbath
Bebool at MM. Prarr MeeUaaOBTBuraaajareB
lBSS. J, Av larf .Bastor.
METHODIST KPI8TOPAL CHURCH. SarTtcca er
err Sabbath at 10:30 A.M. and T:OI P. M. Sabbath
Babbatk School at 11 M. PrararMeeUBCOmTaBra.
aar avaalns. M. B. Albrlabi. Bailor. .
-Arrlral and Departure of Mails.
t hack Lima.'
Oberttn, Antra Taesdar, Toanday and BatoroaT
TMlttaektf at aTm. Uare at 1 P. M.
Brtrfatoa. I Arrlra Bally at 10 A. M. bm at
K. ClaraaSaM. I 11 A. M.
Hnttactom. J Arrtra Jfoaday. Wodaeadar aad Trt
BalUTaa, day at 1 P. M. Leave TotsdsT.Thur
Polk. ' ) day aad8atarlajrata:JUA. M.
Bpaacer, I Arrlra Tacaday. Tharaday aad Satar-
HoaMrrnia, r day at 11 A. M. LMlm at 1 r. Ja.
Publisher's Notice. -
Ths address label oaaaca paper shows th data to
7ulab Ina abterlbar has paid, that!
Jerry Smith 1 Jan 79
SICBlBaatkatMr. 8mltb aaa paid tar a la sapor watfl
Jaaaary lav, 1879. Tba mallliat la corrected vaekly.
By eoasalUBS tba addiesa label arery abeeriber cam
tell la aa Inataat bow bla account ataada. and wheth
er Be aaa recelred proper credit aa oar book.
I tatkta eotaaaa at Keeau per Has
aacb taaanlna. sslalow type.
A Job lot of Hosiery, cheap, at Titch'a.
Heavy mixed Hoae, 5c a pair, at Fitch's.
An elegant Una of Taney Bom at Tltch's.
Bora' white and fancy Shirts at Tltch's.
Thoae Bice rammer HaU for men aad
boy can be found at Fitch's.
Trench and American Percale Bhlrta at
Tltch'i. - - -
A aew lot of Scatta, Collars and Tie,
lateat atjlea, at TltcVa
FITCH bae Jutt abelred an elegant line
of Clothing; for Hen, Boja and Children, at
prices lower than eyer. r r t -
DIAMOND BHIRT8, 75 eentato tl.SO;
other brands at 50 to 65 centa at Tltch'a.
Ton can get two good linen collar, lat
est style, freak from factory for an eren
quarter at Fltch'a.
Too can get a Laundried Shirt for SO
centa at Fltch'a.
25 centa will get a fair working shirt and
60 centa a heary cherolt with doable back,
made to order, at Tltch'a. .
Spring dotha are In and Meltk Is busy
making op those nobby suits at Tltch'a.
'Wanted, stock-breeders and dairymen to
know that K. T. Jones, of Wellington, has a
ane Jersey ball, bred by the noted Importer
- and breeder, W. L. Gardner, Norwalk, Ohio.
It la thoroughbred aad la recorded In the
American Jersey Cattle Club Register, aad
la a very line animal, nose In Cere ted
please call at bla farm in the north part of
ths Tillage, . Sltf
Mrs. Palmer keeps Ladle's Domestic Un
derwear. . tf
We ChaUena;e the World.
When we say we believe, we have evidence
to prove taai Shllok's Consumption Cure la
decidedly the best Lung Medicine made, la
as mock aa it win cure a common or chronic
cough in one half the time and relieve Asth
ma, Bronchitis, Whooping Coogh, Croup,
aad show more esses of Consumption cored
than all others. It will cere where they fail.
It la pleasant to take, harmless to the young
est child, and we guarantee what we ssy.
Price 10 cents, 50 cents and II. It tout
lungs are sore, back or chest lame, use 6hl
loh's Porous Plaster. Sold by Xverett ft
Starr, Wellington, Ohio. ....
Don't forget those Hand Sewed Brogans.
They are so easy. We heve reduced the
price. Hosted Bros. -
- No Deception Used.
It la 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 ahUoh's Vitallser, free of cost It
it does not cure or relieve them. Price 75
centa. Sold by Xverett A Starr, Wellington.
Our thirty different style of Ladles'
Walking Shoes, at If a ted Bros.
Too ean get a nice Hat very cheap, at
Mrs. Palmer's. tf
It you want a stylish Bonnet, call
Mr. A. H. Palmer" Millinery Rooms, tf
Urns; store for Bale.
An old established drug store doing
a fair amtxint of business, located in
Wellington, O., at Invoice stock. - Satis
factory reasons given for wishing to
sell. Address or Inquire of J. W.
Hoogbton. . tf
From all parts of the country reports come
of the Immense aalee and Increasing demand
for that deservedly popular Sewing Machine,
The Old aad Sellable "Stajtdabd, ' the price
of which the proprietors wisely reduced to
f JO Including all the attachments, aad at
once secured lor usm a popularity among
the people, far bey end that attained by any
other machine at say price, the consequence
af which Is. amenta are leaving the old high
priced machines, and seeking territory for
the "fiTABTSAnD." Knowing from exper-
- leace that with the bast goods st the lowest
price they can outaeil all other machines,
where the superior quality and low price Is
made known. This splendid machine eons
blnee all the Improvements. Is far ahead of
all others 1 beauty and durability of Its
work, ease of management, light running
and certainty of operation, is sensibly msde
anna nrlaurlnlaau with DOSittVe work
ing parts all steel, and can be safely put
down as the very perfection of a serviceshle
sewing such in e, la every particular, that
will outlast say machine, and at a price far
down below any other. It Is thoroughly
warranted tor ave years. Kept in order tree
of charge. And sent to any part of the
country for examination bv the customer
before payment of the bUI. We can predict
equauy aa large demand for them la mis
section ss la others. Families wishing the
beet ssaehiBe saafsetared ehould writs di
rect to the Factory, aad entamrlalna. naiamt
wishing to seise the chance should Vply tor
so desirable aa agency. Be. advertisement
la snotaerpanof uus paper. Address Bland-
aru Kscaiaevo., uor. Broadway aad Clin.
; For Saien
A desirable House and Lot for sale cheap
Apply to i u, lKideB. - git
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
Cheap table at Frank B. Searge'i.
Bread now 8 cts. per loaf at the
White vesta, 75 cents and upwards,
Ladles' f'rench Kid Side Lace Shoes
only $1.60, at Frank B. Searage't.
Joale Brlggi has just received a
choice lot of summer goods, which will
be sold very low for the next 30 days.
Ladles' French Kid Button Shoes
only $3.00, at Frank B. Searage'i.
Mrs. J. IT. Hood is going to Cleve
land to spend the summer, with the
hope of benefiting ber health, which
has been feeble for many months.
The very best groceries to be had
will be foand at Harvey's. 36-4t
A notice of Decoration day In
Huntington, was received after our
space was full and forms partially made
op. We were also much behind time
andconld not publish It.
Alpaca coats, $1 and upwards, at
The Ober Combination Opera Com
pany, which met with such favor when
here a few weeks ago, will play again
text Monday evening In Rlninger's
Hsll, for the benefit of the Wellington
Large assortment; ot children's,
boy's and men's straw hats, at
The Wellington baseball club went
to Litchfield, Saturday, May 81st, to
play the club of that town a game,and a
lively one they made It for them. At
the end of the sixth Inning they had
made three scores each, but at the end of
the ninth Wellington had fifteen score
to Litchfield eight.
Our assortment is now complete In ,
clothing, from a 10 cent ltnen collar to
a mammoth suit. W. VT. Habvbt.
Tli a 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.
Lost. A prommlsory note dated
July 16th, 1SG9, made payable to Shu-
bad Smith, for amount of $234.00, and
due one year from date. The finder
will be suitably rewarded by leaving
the same at this office. 34-tf
Of the several remedies which are
prescribed lor the healing of cuts,
wonnds, bruises, burns, scalds,
toothache, headache diphtheria and
gore throat, none come up to standard
of "Lawson's Curative." It has stood
the test of years. -
There Is no controverting the fact
'SLawsou's Curative" is the best, safest
and surest preparation for counteract
Bheumatlo diseases, Including neural
gia, nervous headache, tie douloureux
and toothache, alo for healing all In
flammations and sores.
The best argument that can be nsed
In favor of "Lawson's Curative," Is
that it Is nsed by physicians of emluent;
skill in their profession, and can al
ways be relied npon as a safe, simple
ajad efloetlw eweav-tor tba aaaay Jlaaaae
referred to In the advertisement.
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.
The Home Interests Department of
the N. T. Tribune, I always referring
for authority In such matters, to a book
entitled "Buckeye Cookery and Practl
cal Hoasekceplng." Ths book has be
come a standard work and by best
judges Is considered as one of the most
economical and generally useful books
of its kind. We were anxious that such
a work should be within reach of all
our house-keepers, and writing to the
publishers to obtain one for ourselves,
have been Induced to secure an agent
for Wellington and vicinity. Several
ladies In town who have resided else
where, have bought and nsed this book
and give It unqualified praise.
The rain of Friday, Saturday and
Sunday nights was of vital Importance
and there will be perhaps no greater
occasion far thanksgiving this year,
than that "the parched earth has be
come a pool, and the thirsty land
springs of water," at a season when
longer continued drouth would riave
been fatal to the main crops that were
the dependence of all this region. It
Is delightful to see how rapidly withered
vegetation and dormant seeds put torth
new life and growth, and a lew days
witnesses an entire change In the face
of nature. The doubts and fears of
faithless and complaining souls have
again come to nought, and the promise
of seed-time and harvest remains good.
W. F. Parker of Chautauqua, N.
T., was In Wellington last week, with
a view of establishing a dairy and agrl
cultural paper at this well-known
cheese market. He Is the publisher of
the Chautauqua Farmer, and was full of
enthusiasm concerning his project. In
tending to spend some weeks among
the fanners and dairymen and dealers
of this section, to set before them the
advantages of his proposed Journal
Since his departure he bas written to
us as follows: "After due considers
tlcin I am quite unwilling to Inaugurate
an enterprise which In any way would
conflict with your established business,
It Is evident that not more than one
paper can be successful! v conducted iu
Wellington. Please make known to
any Interested, my decision. I will
try to find a more open field."
Two children have lately died In
Pittsfield, of scarlet fever.
Robeit Whlpp of Hinckley, who was
convicted of being an injured Innocent
In the Medina courts last year, hasbeej
proving his manliness and honesty
again by selling sick beef in Cleveland
and paid a fine of fifty dollars In conse
, Z. B. Phillips, a brother of Philip
Phillips, died at his home In Spring
field, O., recently.
Kev. Geo. L. Curtis of Shelbyvllle
Ind., formerly of Berea, O., narrowly
escaped death at the hands of a lunatic
last week. .
Chaotapqca Not. Chautauqua Is
now the name of the Assembly grounds.
Fair Point as a name is now dropped.
Therefore direct your letters, packages,
etc., to Chautauqua, Chautauqua coun
ty, N. T.
For Information concerning cottages,
tents, etc., for the summer or during
the meeting at Chautauqua in August,
write to A. K. Warren, Esq., May vllle,
The Rev. Mr. Glllett of Sturgls, Mich
igan, brought an excursion party of
ninety persons, gentlemen and ladies,
from Michigan to Chautauqua, last
year, who lived on the ground npon the
co-operative plan.snd remained through
the entire session of the Assembly; he
took them all home agalu.and Including
expenses of every kind, the entire cost
was a fraction over twenty-eight dol
lars for each person. Mead vllle Index.
A few days ago a thoroughbred year
ling heifer, owned by Mr. C. E. Berry,
was suddenly taken 111 and died In
about fifteen-minutes afterwards. The
animal expired so mysteriously, and
the sickness was of such a peculiar na
ture, that Mr. Berry made a post mor
tem examination of the carcass. In cut
ting Into the lungs and tubes leading to
the lungs, the knife disclosed hundreds
of slender white worms about an loch
In length, all in a very active state, and
knotted together like angleworms. The
case was a very singular one, and It
might be well for stock dealers to give
it attention. New London Record.
A new military company is being or
ganized by the Rev. E. Persons of the
M. E. Church of this place, to be known
as the Ashland Temperance Cadets.
Che command Is composed wholly of
boys ranging from ten to sixteen years,
every one of whom is expected to be ' a
strict teetotaler. Any violation of this
pledge renders the offender liable to
prompt expulsion. In fact the organi
zation Is designed especially for the
purpose ef Instilling the strongest of
temperance principles Into the youth
ful mind. The boys will be appropri
ately uniformed and armed, and sub
jected to the same military discipline
as the State militia. It Is hoped that
every boy in town old enough to enter
the ranks will join the new company.
and that all good citizens will encourage
the organization. The Temperance
Cadets will participate in the procession
to-morrow. Ashland Times.
Capt. Kauko and John Zimmerman
attended the railroad meeting at Wel
lington last Thursday. There was a
good attendance of citizens from Loral n
Oberllne Amherst, Wellington, - etc,
Messrs. Vernon and La Rue were also
present. The prospects of the road is
brightening and the feeling in its favor
are becoming more Intense along the
line. A few preliminary matters are
now being worked after.
Mr. Enoch Page of New Tork City,
accompanied by his wife and daughter,
spent the Sabbath at the home of his
niece, Mrs. O. I. Stone. They are on
their way around the world, via San
Francisco and Japan. Mr. Page has
for a number of years supported a mis
slonary at his own expense, and now
proposes to visit heathen lands himself.
The) -calf Mtuua, taw-arrabtdrdog Inr Me
dina, has gone mad and died.
Connecticut Is said to be over-run
with black snakes this season. Such
numbers of them were never seen be
fore and they are olten five or six feet
long. A New Tork Sun letter tells of
many hair-elevating adventures of
farmers being attacked by them this
spring, and is the first big snake story
of the season. Next.
From the TJrlchsviUe Chronicle : The
character of Josephine, in this opera,
(H. M. 8. Pinafore) was performed by
Miss Lucy McBrlde. To say that she
played her character well would be
passing her by too slightly. Her ap-
fpeal to the God of Loye, in "The hours
creep on apace," was sublime. Ilad
we not known the young lady to be an
amateur we would have been forced to
the conclusion that she was a star,
with reputation established. Miss Mc
Brlde will be remembered as a daughter
of the late Dr. McBrlde, of this- place.
Morx Bdbglabiks. Burglars entered
the house of Doctor Murry and O. S
Toung in this village last Tuesday
night. Dr. Mnrry discovered a man In
his bedroom getting his watch out of
bis vest pocket. He yelled to his hired
man, who slept over-head, and the
burglar lit out on the double-quick,
taking vest, watch and all. The Doctor
followed him cut onto the street. The
villain running up street and past
Stnrges' corner, near where the vest
was afterwards found. The Doctor
discovered that his pocketbook had been
opened and some small bills taken from
It, and that his buckskin wallet was
missing; In all about $5 in money be
sides the watcb was stolon. At Young's
the thieves took Mrs. Young's drets
out and rifled the pockets, but found
nothing of value. They stole the cuff-
buttons out of the sleeves aud left the
dress hanging ever the fence. Medina
Decoration Day. V
There was a general suspeusion of
business on the afternoon of the day sa
cred to memory of the departed braves.
and a large number of our cltlzens.both
In town and country, took part in the
The procession formed on the square,
headed by the band, followed by the
band wagon filled with a decorating
committee of young ladies and they by
carriages, and proceeded to the old cera
etery, afterwards to the new. The dec
oration having been completed, very
interesting addresses were road en by
Col. W. F. nerrlck, Maj. A. C. Hough
ion of Toledo, and Rev. J. A. Daly, in
order above named. Great emphasis
was given the idea that the death of our
soldiers signified a great struggle, a ter
rlble sacrifice of treasure and blood and
of precious lives for the preservation of
our government and Its free institutions
a sacrifice which deserves to be kept
fresh In our minds to the latest genera
tional ; which should teach our children
how odious and terrible is treason, that
it Is a thing to be bated and abhorred
We remember in our. own short life
when the name of Benedict Arnold was
a synonym for everything that was
hateful and mean, when to have been
traitor to his country consigned ones
name to everlasting Infamy, but In
these last days such a tenderness and
softness, of heart seems to prevail as
threatens to abolish all distinctions be
tween virtue and vice, patriotism and
treason. However great the chasm
that-separates two opposing lines of
thought or action, the now American
doctrine writes over them the inscrip
tion "God knows which Is right."
Our charity is so broad as to cover
with Its ample folds the most dissimilar
doctrines, and our pity so tender as to
extenuate and condone and embrace
those guilty of the greatest political
heresies and crimes known to modern
times. The politicsl God we worship
knows no such attribute as justice.
Men may plot to destroy the life of the
nation and rob and murder Its citizens
withoutprovocatlon, and at last when
overpowered and prostrate, our sense
of Juki ice is disarmed. Wn pity them
and call them mis-guided ; we restore
them to all their rights and privileges;
give them the highest places In the na
tional councils and they Immediately
begin plotting treason, by les sangui
nary methods It Is true, but no less ef
fectual in securing the supremacy of
the State over the national authority.
This was not the fault of any party
or parties for all classes with rare ex
ceptions, stretched out hospitable hands
and welcomed them In loving embrace,
even though guilty of crimes which
would pale the darkest deeds of the
mid-night assassin. Such generosity
and sympathy spring not from virtuous
and brave manhood, but from the weak
est and sickliest sentiment.
Every element of justice was ignored
and now having failed to secure the Is
sues for which the war was prosecuted,
they are yet to he settled by - the more
peaceful method of the ballot. Falling
ii tbat,a resort to arms Is Inevitable and
if it comes we predict it will be short
and decisive, having le.s of sentiment
and nonsense and more of the divine at
tribute of Justice. It is of no use to cry
"fanaticism." or "bloody shirt" any
longer. The North will remember her
slaughtered sons and brothers, and will
not be deterred in the st-cond instance
from dealing out the punishment trea
Ridicule lias proved more powerful
than the dictates of reason and good
sense until finally all distinction be
tween anion men and rebels has been
lost, and in our national council it seems
to be a somewhat doubtful hnnor to
have fought to save our country, while
those who tried to destroy It are pro
moted to the chief seat. We are glad
thftt Decoration Day was observed this
year with more than usual interest' all
over the country; that there Is a dispo
sition not to so far bury the Issues of the
war that our costly sacrifices shall have
been made in vain, but on the contrary
a lively appreciation of the causes that
led to the great conflict shall ever be
held in remembrance to the end that
we may be able to scent the first ap
proachea of treason and throttle It at Its
On Wednesday morning, May 28th,
between 3 and 4 o'clock, fire was dis
covered In the stable attached to the
"barn oTWill" Hall bnProspect "street.
Mr. Brown, who cares for the stock In
the barn, succeeded In putting out the
fire with two pails of water he had left
In the buildiog the evening before. He
reports having afterwards found the
robes and blankets in a position that in
dicated that they had been used for a
bed, and at another time he found about
peck of crackers, herring, bits of
cheese and orange peel. It is supposed
that tramps bad slept in the stable dur
ing the night, and in lighting their
pipes had accidentally started the fire.
The qualified voters of the Union
School District of the Incorporated Vil
lage of Wellington, are notified to meet
at the Town Hall, In said village on
Friday, June Cth, at 3 o'clock P. M.,
and then nd there cast their ballots for
or against a new school building.
TICKETS TO READ:
"For an annual levy for S years of two
mills on the dollar valuation, to raise
eight thousand dollars, tlio estimated
amount necessary to build a new school
bouse. ; Yes."
"For an annual levy for 5 years of
two mills on the dollar valuation, to
raise eight thousand dollars, the est!
mated amount necessary to build a new
school house. No."
The following statement lmade that
the public may know aud fully under
stand the reasons governing the Board
of Education In calling this election :
"The laws of Ohio allow an annual
levy of seven mills on the dollar for
school purposes. This levy has been
made annually for several years, meet
ing all the expenses for school purposes
and leaving a surplus. The accumu
lated surplus was used to build the new
North Primary school building, costing
about two thousand dollars.
Then there being still a want for
more room, a wing was built to main
building, costing $4,200 This gave
room for two more schools. It was
thought at the time that the surplus
revenue from an annual levy of 7 mills
would pay for this building. - This
would have been the case had it not
been necessary to start a new school.
An additional expense was also Incurred
by hiring a teacher of penmanship,
Nobody doubts the wisdom of the Board
in either of these matters. But their
adoption made the payment of the debt
lucurred in building the wing alluded
to almost an impossibility. The Board
fiuda itself embarassed by this debt,
and feels greatly the need of more new
It is proposed with this tax to build
a new addition on south-east corner of
main building, like the one already on
the north-east, except that the building
will extend east far enough to made
four rooms Instead of two.
Two ef these rooms to be finished and
furnished at once, and the schools now
in the old bollJlng on ths Park and in
the old wood structure Iu the south
part of town to be transferred to the
new rooms. It is thought now that a
third room will need to be finished
during the coming school year. If so.
it will be done.
The levy asked for will pay the debt
on the wing already built and build the
new addition. We will then have every
school In a good, substantial, well ven
tilt ted and well warmed building. We
are anxious with our whole community
to have our schools In the best possible
condition, and to manage them econom
Bt Order or tub Board.
Read the Following.
Salt Rheum Cured. I had Salt
Rheum ou my hand for wo years ; I
tried every doctor I could hear of. The
salves, ointment and soaps without
uumber; nothing benefitted me. A 60
cent bottle of Giles' Liniment Iodide
Ammonia cured me in less than a week.
A. Rom aink,
1C2 W. 23d St.. New York.
Sold by all druggists. Send for pam
phlet. Dr. Giles,
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
Sold by J. W. noughton, Wellington,
O. Trial size 25 cents.
"Acme" Tomato Plants
Given away, almost, large stocky
plants grown la boxes containing one
doz. each, in fine condition for trans
planting. IS cts. per dozen.
SaXuzi. Morris, Prospect Street.
Letter from one of the Excursion
We left Wellington at 10 o'clock a. m.
on Friday, the 30th day of May, as was
advertised. As our balloon was in good
running order, we took 600 copies of
the history of Lorain connty for ballast
and grat ultous distribution, they being
the heaviest thing according to bulk of
any mineral we know of; as It is re
ported that three ounces of - this book
would weigh about four pounds. We
then loaded in our passengers, consist
ing of Timothy Herrick, grand com
mander; Morrow, second in command;
Sawtell, scene photographer; Bunco,
supply agent; Wilcox, bugler; Han
son, baggsge man; Arnold, as inter
peter; he having traveled extensively
In California and associated directly
wtth the Chinese people, therefore be
was of untold advantage to us after we
landed. Well, after we had onr forty
passengers, we cut the ropes of the bal
loon and sailed mnjestiraly through the
air to the height of aboJt two miles,' at
which point Herrick called a halt, as
Morrow was getting scared and did not
want to go any higher uutil- after be
had passed in his final checks. Wilcox
sounded the call and the photographer
commenced taking pictures of the sky,
it being about all we could see distinct
ly, as we were afratd to look down for
It kind of made us homesick. We all at
the time kept perfectly quiet, each try
ing to think of the last words he had
spoken on earth, and trying to see If
they would sound patriotio liko John
A. Dix's flag story, but was interrupt
ed by the Interpeter telling ns a story
in the Chinese language, which was
very funny to himself, but failed to
bring a smile from the thirty-nine
thinking companions, whose thoughts
were at that time on things below. We
then by order, tied the balloon fast;
then the thing became interesting.
The earth was moving east at such a
rapid rate that the the photo man (who
looked down) said he believed bis satan
ie majesty was loose on earth, and that
large cities were passing every minute
under the balloon. Our interpreter be
came anxious and asked the photogra
pher to call out when Oakland passed
under, as he wanted to give Cyrus Wll
Hams a history of Lorain. Morrow
thought if the photo man could set his
instrument in proper shape, he might
consolidate a lot of small towns in one
picture and make a city; but Fisher
thought we had better have a season of
song and attend to these small matters
on our return trip. Jay thought it best
to lighten the load and heaved out sixty
copies of history for Sitting Bull. Og-
den remarked that be thought that a
waste of raw material, but Jay said
they could look st the pictures and be
come enlightened. Weall azreed that
It would be a big joke on the Indiana.
In this way land and water passed un
der us for eleven hours, when the part
became anxious to land ; as the photo
man said he could see towns passing
under again, we commenced our descent.
Nearly every one was anxious, as we
all became a trifle sea-sick as the ocean
passed under us. Our descent was to
rapid that we thought best to lighten
by throwing out a few more copies of
history for the heathen Chinee, and In
that way we worked down, it taking
us nearly an hour, but finally landed
in the very pleasaut city of Pekin,' and
was met by the emperor and about
three hundred missionaries.
(Concluded next week.)
RINIITGER'S HALL !
Monday Evening, Jane 9th.
Comedy Company I
ADA MURHAT and GEO. OBER, Manager.
Louis Unset, Stage Manager.
Benefit Wellington Cornet Band.
This favorite company will com
mence a series of their Select Enter-
tain mentt, opening on the above date
with the celebrated drama, entitled :
The Cross of Gold,
Tbe Old Girard.
E. It. Dalton. m
SERGEANT AUSTEK LIT Z !
To be followed by the most Laughable
Comedy of the age :
The Serious Family.
Oeroge Ober, as
ADMISSION - - 25 and 85c
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Curtain
Rises at 8 o'clock.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
In Wellington P. O., for the week end
Ing June 4th, 1879:
Miss Mary Hazel, MLw.M. E. Smith
J. T. Oodbb. P. M.
When calling for the above please
' Chsbbt Cbizk. N. T.. Oct. 13. 1878. .
Da. M. M. Fbnhbb, Fredonia, N. T. -
Dear Sir: I was a great eufferer from In
digestion. Liver Complaint. Nervousness and
Constipation of the bowels. I have nsed
your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve
Tonic with the effect of restoring me to ro
bust and subatantisl health. . .
Mas. Dora Wzidssb.
Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy
and Nerve Tonic may well be called
The conoueiine 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 cares 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 ueoiiuy; jtestores nesn
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 iu causes.
Dr. Fenner's Improved Conch iioney
will relieve any cough in one hour.
Dr. Fenner's Golden Keiiel cures any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or
headache in 6 to 30 minutes, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint,
diarrhoea, dysentery. For sale by Dr. 8.
B. Emerson. Dr. Fenner's St. Vitus
Dance Specific. One bottle always cures.'
For sale by dealers.
At wholesale by Swift & Dodd, Detroit,
A wonderful cure of lameness of
twenty-five years standing. The sec
ond vice-president of the Excelsior
Savings Bank; 23d street and Cth ave.,
(Booth's Theatre) E. P. Lawrence, was
lame for twenty-five years. Contrac
tion of the muscles of the left leg had
no faith at first In the liniment was
Induced to try - it from his knowledge
of Dr. Giles, who is a scientific and
able chemist, and who has never yet
made a poor article. Seeing its good
effects on others tried it, and to Mr.
L's surprise and satisfaction, the stiff
ness left the cords of his leg, and It be
came as elastic. as the other.
Sold by all druggists. Send for
pamphlet. Dr. Giles,
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
Sold by J. W. Houghton, Welling
fArvl3i UAXU-l. Afc. CUCC1U, juaj
by the Rev. P. C. Burt, Mr. John Parish and
-r. e . a Wt It s TT At -1 J
All&s uenneita isamon, iu u rcuneiu.
Little Faixs, June 8, 1879.
Notwithstanding the very light pro
daction of cheese up to this date, as
comrared with that of last year, prices
suffered a decline to-day of about half a
cent all around. Various reasons ate as-
sinned for this decline, the most proba
ble being the extremely hot weather in
New York on Friday and Saturday,
Sales of factors 7 cts. to 7J cts.
. Wbixisotok. June 4, 1879.
The market is in a healthy condition,
receipts and soles being about equal and
prices remaining as last wee it.
We quote: Buying, (naked) 5 to 5
c;nts; billing, (boxed) 6 cents.
-The shipments of cheese for the week
endinz June 4. are as follows : No. of
Boxes 2,970; No. of pounes 112,731.
Butter for the same time as follows
No. of pkgs. 607:. No. of pounds
don't quit itwewliimakelier
After a woman uses a sack of the
Celebrated Shelby flour, nc other brand
will suit her We are tbe only dealers
that keep it in town.
Table Mustard and Dried Beef .will
bring your appetite back. Come aud
get some and try lt,and if that la! Is take
a Was board, Washtub, Clothes Basket,
Mopstick, Broom, Wood - Bowl, Butter
Ladle, and set of Dishes, and try again
If your garden seeds have rotted in
the ground, we will sell you more at
the same price.
Be wise and como and trade with
BOWLBY & HALL
An Ordinance Providing for Li
censing ! earners.
Seo. 1. Be It enUlaed by tbe town council of the
Incorporated vUlaae ot Wellington, that any person
who shall sell, or offer for sale, aay gooda, wares.
mercbandlse, or other articles of value, for sale, bar
tar or exchaoge, at any place upon the streets, ave
nues, alleys, or other public places within Sild viUaze,
shall be deemed a peddler.
Bao. J. The Mayor, aad In his absence tbe Cornor'
atloa Clerk, Is hereby authorized, at bla discretion.
to Issne a peddler's license to any season who may
apply for the semo. upon the payment of not less
than fty cents aad not more than' ten dollars; auch
license to continue In force not to exceed one year
from the data thereof.
Eac S It shall be unlawful for any peddler to ex
ercise his calling within the vlllaicj wlihont nrat
having obtained a license, as provided In Section st.
and any person vtolauna the provUlon of this Sectlea
shall forfeit and pay a fine of not more than tea dol
lars nor less than two dollars.
Sao. . This Ordinance sbsU not be so eoBstrned
as to apply to any person coming Into tbe Tillage
with team or otherwise with any produce, fruit, or
other articles, the productions of their own farms
and premises. The fallowing persons are also hereby
declared exempt from tbe provisions of this Onu
ses: Children ander twelve years of age peddling
berries or fruit of their ora picking or gathering
and readers of newspapers.
Baa. a. That this Ordinance be In force on and af
ttr Its passage and legal publication. .
Passed June Snd, 1H70.
A. II. FALMSB, Mayor.
37-3. E. W. BOT3FORD. Clerk.
AQRICUL TUIt A L
Buckeye flower and Reaper,
.Tiger Sulky Rake.
Thomas Sulky Rake.
Aultman fe Taylor Threshing
Superior Grain Drill.
Bone meal and Phosphate
standard Fertilizers. Look
through my stock before pur-
Wm. Morrow, Agt,
34-3m. Wellington, O,
The Friend of All !
1 had bo aonetttet Holloway Pul Zre me a
hearty one. '
Your Pllla are marreloai.
T aend fer another box and keen them la the
Dr. Holloway bat coxed my headache that wa
'I an ye one of yonr PflTs to my bahe for cholera
morbea. The dear Utile thlp( But well la a day. "
'My naoaea of a morning la bow eared.
Toar box of HollovaT Ointment enred me of
Bolaea In the bead. I rubbed aome of roar Ointment
behind the ears and the noise haa left.1
"Send me two boxes; I want one for a poor family.'
I enclose a dollar: vonr mice ta 23 centa. bnt the
medicine to me la worth a dollar."
"Send me Are boxes of your PlUa.
Let me have three boxes of tout Pills or retnm
mall, for CblUs and Fever. "
I hare orer two bnndred in eh testimonials as these,
but want of space compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders.
And all ernptions of the skin, this Ointment Is most
Invaluable It does not heal externally alone, but
penetrates with the most searching effect to the very
root of the eril. f
1 0 LLQ VA Y'S 0 1 MTFil EHT !
Possessed of this remedy, every man may
be his own doctor. It may be rubbed into
the system so as to reach an 7 internal com
plaint; by these means it cures sores or ul
cer in the throat, stomach, liver, spine, or
other parts. It is an infallible remedy for
bad le, bad breasts, contracted or stiff
joints, gout, rneamatum ana all skin dis-
lTsrtrHii-TATCT 4?ATTTTn!sT.---XoTift at fffmnlna unless
the IsUBture of J. IIatdock, as uprent for the United
Staters, aoiroQDds each box of Pills aad Ointment.
Boxes at 25 tents. 02 cents, and (1 each.
IJTTherc is coasiderable sarins: by taklns tbe Urser
nULLUWAl UO., MCW ICOrK.
NEW LONDOS, OUIO.
One Dollar Buys More Goods
than at any other store in
Northern Ohio. "
85c, 90c, $1.00, and $1.25
Equal to those adveitised at
1.00, 1.25, and 1.40.
Striped, Checked, and Trim
mlns: Silks, 60e per yard.
CROCHET QUILTS, LaBGE
Size, 90 cents.
Peerless Carpet Warp, 15 cts.
A bankrupt importation bought
out for Cash, 25 per ceiat. less
than aoy body can import
them. This important pur
chase iucludes 50 pieces
At 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40 cents
One Thousand piece3 Pacific,
Merrimae, 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 the Price.
New Novelties In
Cheaper Than Can be Bought
In Other Places.
v Brussells and Other
at prices that defy competition.
Please come and see us be
Kew London, O., May 6, '79.
5a LB. sHamlin,
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN,
lias on gale anew Brand of Flour of
absolutely the best quality in town, at
the same price you pay for inferior
kinds. Try it, and get nu 01 tnat Dane
of the family, bad bread.
Farmers having grain sboiiid re
member that this is the place to gee the
nignest market price lor it in cash.
They should also remember that in or
der to continue to raise gootl crops they
must apply ltrtilisers to their lands.
have been proved to be the most pow
erful, best and cheapest fertilizer in the
market. Made by experienced and re
liable manufacturers, prepared as
plant food by the best known process.,
it is the standard fertilizer; causing
immediate and lasting fertility, and is
perfectly adapted to all crops. Call
ami get circular?.
Warehouse South of Ky., Depot,
4in-33-tf Wellington, Ohio.
p. c. thomas prir.
AMERICAS SKWIXG I
MACHINE CO. D'fds. '
Before Klf B. Hawk
Justice of th Ptrsce of
Lorain Comity. Oil!.
Oa the 7th day of Mar. A. D. ist9. raid Justice Is.
med aa order of attachment la tba above actios, for
th sum of Fifteen Dollars. Tha casa I set for
t tsl Jon asth, A. D. 1878.
Si-S f f.C THOMAS.
faooo A Tear or SS to
Ity. No linlE, Women
u well ru men. Ihlavnv
m air la vour own la
mske more than aunouut
vtatea aoore. no one can rail to makta moo-jr rut
An oaf can do the work Too can maka from fifty
centa to tfro dollara aa hoar bf derotliis your eve
ning ancLsiDare time to thtr bnslneaa. It eou nmh.
lnfftotrtfjie batlaear. Nothing: like It for mooey
mAk&K rr avsTere before. Boalnu pieaaaot ana
imcJ uuiiurniM;. iteaaer. 11 you want 10 Know all
ararMit the beat Dtrfafr huilnMi tf fnrtt ths nnhllc. m..A
a yoor address an4 wa will aend yon full partlcnlara
and private terms free; samplea worth $3 also free;
yon cn tiitrn e up your mina tot youreeu. au
areas ujwkuj. mtlssuh CO.. PortUnd, Maine.
Is foand at the waierooms of
A. G. & 0. L. C0UCI1,
Great additions have been made to
the stock to meet the 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 ;
PARLOR GOODS, :
Which they oiler at-very Low Prices.
IN the ;';
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 gooa condition
.11 twwlloa nut In mir olmnn fnr MV
length of time desired, without change
or decomposition. -' '
A little mole Is growing Jay,
- Just underneath my chin,
It gives me so much grief, dear Jsy, -.
I'm growing pale and thin.
Another one Is coming Jay, .
' Just here beneath my ear, " fj
And I will be disfigured Jay, .
For life, I sadly fear.
And so I want to ask you Jay, -r.
v -" Will e'er your love grow cold; " 1 "
O. answer me at once dear Jay, '
tfill you love me when I'm moled.
Come and see two of tbe best work
ing Plows In the country. Warranted
to give satisfaction, .f rices reuueeu.
Do you wish to use Paints and Oils?
You cm find the best quality in the
PHCEXIX LEAD and In the DAYTOJX
OIL, an article that will stand the win
try blasts. ,
Come and be surprised at the low
price of the best quality of , Whips.
xney cannot ne surpassed.
In Cutlery, both table and pocket, I
can give extra bargains. They are tho
In Brushes I have a larere variety and
can give you extra 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
Boiler. . A very practical roller. - '
Now is the time to buy Wire Screen
cheap. " " .:
Wm. Chisholm & Son's Spades, Shov
els, Scoops; just glance at them aa you
go Dy. , ... ... . .x . ; -
Sole Agents for Miller .Bros's Chemi
cal Paint. v; '
JT. H. WOOLLEY.
Domestic Sewing Machine
The new TJN'DERBKAIDEK. which is the
best and onla thing of the kind ever used, is
now a part ot the machine, and, with the
new Self-Thread in k Shuttle, 8clf-AdjusUng
Needle, new Take-up, Combination Wheel
and other improvAaents makes it the best
Under-feed Sewing Machine made. I am
also agent for the - - ...
Davis Vertical Feed v -'-
' The New Home
Sewing Mcchinea, each of which haa advan
tages pecnliar to itself, which recommends
them for a variety of uses and make them
reooDl to none in the market. -
Paitiea desiring machines will find it to -
their advantage to give me a call. All ma
chines warranted. AU 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 lyr.
IT WILL PAY YOU
To buy your SHIRTS of
Practical Shirt Maker,
N. T. Mills or Wamsutta, 2300 linen, $24.00
" . " " 1800 " 18.00
As good as any eastern shirt, - 13:00
Six shirts for - - - - - COO
I do my own cutting snd can furnish a
better fitting and belter shirt than you can
get elsewhere. Measure taken by
F. C. LEACH, Agent,
At Harvey's. Wellington, O.
P. S. A nice line of Imported shirtings.
UHCLE KOBIlTSOirS X
LEMONADE, ICE REAM,
" AND - -"- ' '"''
For church and benevolent
objects I will mak6 reasonable
deductions, also to merchants.
Please do not forget that I keep a fullwip
ply of Groceries and Provisions, together
with Frnits and Confectionery, Tobacco and
Cigars, Lnnch and Hot Tea and Coflea st all
hours, and no pains spared to. accommodate
all who call.
Tbaukfal for past favors I reniaia your .
humble servant, - ; : 4
K. J. BOBI2J302I.