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Thursday, Jane 19, 1870.
J. W. HOUGHTON, M. H. HOUGHTON.
O. C. O. & I.tb B. " Time-table.
Tnlai leer Wellington 8tatioa M fol
low i ' ,.
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Ho. a. At. lol Claetna tl Btpi .... ftJlOp.lL
jlo. g. Slant liprni A Man... ...... kMM,
Ho. v. cvntad "' " latin. ecJO r.M.
local FrelsBta -. : a. u. m : p. M.
Ho.. HUM Biniiaa h MH.-...V ....... S:0 .
Ko.4.-M. Loan Ct. Express Mall.... 1:1S p.m.
Ko. a-tClslslsaSrins....... ... :M p.
Jo. a ClivilsaS AoeearrsaonsJioa. . feara-w.
Local Tn!. -1:00 A :x p.m.
W. H. nSHBB, Am.
DISCIPLZ cmiECH.-SentMi evrTTBabbath
lu-.ao A- M and T OO P. M- Babbeth School et 11
M. prayer ateetia oa Taoreaay nwv. w. .
COKeBKOATIONAI, CHURCH. Sisrvtce rrary
i ill U III at 10:W A. at. and T:OP r. M. Sabbath
acaaul hum. rrayer mecuaa en. a himi w
fas. JT A. Parr, pastor.
Methodist BnanoFAL cbtjbch. Sirviree; v-
MhbataCwkJOA. M. end 7:00 P. M. Babbeth
abbata Scaaoi at IS M. PraraT atrcttaa as Taan
4a areata. JU B, AlbrWni, pastor.
Arrival and Departure of Malls
OberHB, 1 Antra Tacasar. Tnersday d Sataxday
MttsBeld. I at A. at. Ian at I P. at-
Brtettto. ' Antra nr at JO A. M. Lear at
K-CliiliSill. f 11A.M. -
Antra If oaday. W.
SoJUvaaw 7 (day at I P. U. laaraTarwIi
KU. ;. 5 daaedaerlatxo
r!pv2r I Antra TMalar Th ursday
Horoerrh), f day a 11A.M. LaaTaatir. M.
TH addr label aa eb piper show th to
which th subscriber ba paid, that: ,
- Jerry Smith . 1 Jan 79
Siamese that Mr. Saitta kaa paia tor kla Paper ntfl
jejusu IK. IB7. Th Basil llat la aorreeted weekly.
BrcomssUatMaddiees label .very aubeevrberea
ten is. M laataac bow bla aoeooat niiwH, ana wiau
r ha hat received prow credit oa oar booke.
X Job lot of hosiery, cheap, at fitch's.
HeATy mini Hoss ,e pair, at Titca'a.
Aa eleiesat Una of Fancy Hops at Titch'a.
Boys white and fancy Bhirt at Tlt'eh's.
The ale summer Oati for men and
boys eaa foaad at TltchV - , ;3 'J
Trench aa4 Amcricaa Feraala BMrta at
Titca'a. . ' c-'.v- - -"V " - ;
A saw lot ot Beam, uouara aaa aiea,
lataa atfita, at ntch1. - ;
TTTCH aaa Juat sbelrea as elegant Una
of tottlBf for Mas, Boja aa4 Children, at
prlcea loww thaa werJ :-
' DIAMOND SHUTA, 75 eeatato $1J0;
othheaaiUatSOtoeaccnta at Titch'a.
, Toa aaa (at two food Uoea eoDara, lat
ast atyla, Craak froai factory for aa. area
qaartat at Titch'a. '
. To aaa Rat a Laondrted Shirt for 00
ctats at Titch'a. -
Hi paata will get a fair working shirt and
awaamtaa haary charolt with donbla back,
aUda to order, at Tlteh'a. N
Ipriapl doth are la and Mettk la buty
Bmaklaa: wp thoaa aobby anjta at Titch'a.
yKn. raiser keepe Ladle's Domeatic Un-
' , .Tborout;bbred Jersey. '
' Waatod, atoek4ireadan Wrfoa to
kaow tkat-K. T. Javea, of WefllBrtoa, has a
laa Jersey bH, bred by tte aoted Importer
amd breedsr, W. L Gardacr, Worwala:, Ohio.
It la thorwochbtew aad U aroiwe4 la the
Aaiarlssa Jaraey-CaUla-Clab BecUten sad
Is a vary -taa asiiil. Thoaa tatareated
rJasaaeaU at his Cars, bi the sarth part of
theTfllaca. ' Sltf
.Ko Deceptloa Used.
It Is Strang as maay peopta- will eoatlaae
to sattor day aftac day with Dyspepsia, Ut
r coaiplalat, Coaatipatloa, Boar' Btoiaach,
6aaral DtUlly,"waaa taay-caa proeara at
av nv. vu.n. r, m Mt i
It does aot ear or reUara thaaa. Price 73
eeata. Bold by Krerett ft Starr, Weinngtoa.
thirty dlOaraat aiylea of.
Walhlat Baoaa. at Maatad Bros. 7 ; ,
Toa' aaa get .a ale Ha rary cheap, at
, . - U -
If you waat A- atyllsh Beaaat, call at
Kr. A. H. Palater'a UlUiaer ftooabt. - tf
Krerat Starr sen. strictly, pare Lead
sad Colors; also PMaeer Frepared Faint,
ssaaafaetarW by T. H. Nerla at Co., PltU
bargh. ... , . , . ;U .W-tmoa :
Oo to XrsraU Starr's for T. H. Nerla
A Co.'a Ploaeer Prepared Paint, arired ready
far aaav Warraatad to glre aaMafaetlor.
. , . For Bale. a ;-. ; , ,
-A 4atrble if aaa aed Lot for sale cheap.
Aaaly is J.ILBaldaa. i S- tf
'-" '-: "Bros Store for Sale.
An old sstsbllahed dmg store doing
a fab arauanl 'of basinets, located In
Walllaf toa, O., at laToice stock. Satis
tastory reasons glren for wlsbtng to
sell.'; Address or inquire of J. W.
Tioaghton. " tf
- Trom Bar. A. J. Merchant, A. X.
TaasoNiA, K. T March 1, 1878.
D. Jf . M. Tawvaa,
Dear SirsWhUa residing la Tldloata, Pa.,
a aarere eoagh, accompaaled with alght
awaata, btuoaaasaa, laspaiwd aerraa sad gea.
aral aabUitr. Motaiaf broogfat relief uatil
aha aaajaa taa as of yoar Blood sad Urar
dy aaa nerra Tonic
a aaa jferre Tonle. roar bottlea re
stored bar to her atnal health.
Ioarstraly, A. J. MERCHANT. -C
- v . Pastor M. E. Chorea, Trcdoala.
. Sr. Fsaarra Blood sad lArer Remedy
sad Nerrs Tonlo ansy well be called
"TV eoaqaertag hero" of the times. It
la the medical tnomph of the age. Who-ert-r
baa "the Maes' should take it. for
it legalates sad restores the- diaordered
system that giTee rise to them. It al
ways care fiUHooaaea sad Liver Com
plaint, Jaaadlce, Dyspepsia, Coaatipa
tloa, Headache. Terar aad Ague, Spleen
X-dsrgmeats, Borofula, Erysipelas, Pim
. plea. Blotches, aad all akia eruptions
aad blood disorders; Swelled Lbnbe aad
Dropsy; SleepleasBeaa, Impaired Karros
ud linrmu Dabilitr: Beatores flesh
sad streagoi wbsa the system is running
aowa or going iato decline; enres Fe
male Weakness sad Chronio Bheama-
am, am laimi aa vaiuuiv avhm..m
tsad all Lang aad' Throat difficulties.
It does taeas things by striking st the
twos ox oiasaae aad reovmng its causes.
Dr. Feaaar's Improved Cough Honey
will laliere aay oough in e hoar. " -
Dr. Feaaar's Qoldea Relief cares say
pain, as toota-acae, neuralgia, eolio or
headache la B to SO mlaates, aad readily
rsUewes raaamatism, kldncy-complaiat,
diarrheas, dyseater. - For sale by Dr. 8.
B. Xteeraoa. Dr. Teener's St. Vitas
Daaoe Bpaclac. One bottle always cares.
Tor sal try dealers. .
Atwaolaasle by Swift Dodd, Detroit,
LOCAL AJTD 1CISCSLLAKSOU8
Clieap Uble st Frank. B.' 8erag'
Rer. B. J. Hosdley of Brooklyn,
was in town Friday.
The very best groceries to be hsd
will bo found st Harvey's. ... 384c
The remains of old Kr. Col rer were
taken from here to Sandusky last Fri
day, for Interment.
White rests, 75 cents snd upwards,
st Harvey's. 3tf-tt
The sitter, of Mrs. Albright,
young lady from Delaware, O., Is visit
ing st the parsonage
Alpaca costs, $1 and upwards, st
Her. Geo. Mather snd family re
turned last week from HUIsboro, after
a fortnights sbseuce.
Large assortment' ol children's,
boy's and men's straw bats, st
3C-4t . Mabvst's.
-Rev. E. H. VoUw of the Cong.
Church, Beres, has been tendered the
pastorate another year.
The largo herd of Herefords owned
byO'. andF. Parsons, PlttsflelJ, were
taken to the Greenwich Fair.
Gents hand snd machine made
Shoes at Fbaxk B. Sxbaqb's.
Ber. S. L. Haoawalt of LaGrangc,
will exchange pulpits next Sabbath
with Bev. N. S. Albright of this place
-(-Cleveland prices In Boots and Shoes
at ' Fxark B. Skbaoi's.
B. Ort Ilorr and Norton T. Horr,
arrived home from Cornell College,
Friday evening last, to spend the sum
Mrs. . 5eley died after so Ill
ness of msny month!, of consumption
Saturday morning last. Funeral ser
vices were held on Monday.
Our assortment is now complete In
clothing, from a 10 cent linen collar to
a mammoth suit. w. vf. Habvbt.
Bev. George W. Pepper will lecture
In the M. E. Church, Huntington, on
Monday eve., June . S3J. Subject,
"America and the Americans. 1
Horse snd baggy thieves are not
uncommon, and now we bear that cat
tle thieves hsve driven off four from the
herd of Mr. Simmon's, Huron county.
Mrs. S. M. Wadsworth of Berlin,
Wisconsin, Is visiting friends snd rela
tives here. She . was tho daughter of
Mr. snd Mrs. Ithlel Battelle, residents
of Wellington in Iti earlier days.
Mrs. Wm. Hanson slipped and fell
Tuesday, snd fracture.l her' arm, and
the same day a child of Mr. Edson
Baird met with a similar accident. Both
were attended by Dr. Hathaway.
; The ladies of the Disciple Church
will hold an ice cream social at the res
idence of Mrs. Port. Curtis, on Satur
day evening . next, where they will
be pleased to entertain all their frlenda.
Lost. A prommtaory note dated
July 10th,' 1869, made psysble to Shu
bad Smith, for amount of $334.00, and
due one year from date. The finder
will be suitably rewarded by leaving
the same at this office. : . - 31-tf
Four tramps were pat off a train
here one day last week and ornamented
the lumber yard and other out of the
way places the rest of tho day. One of
them represented himself to a kind
hearted woman as a - homesick youth
snd got a good supper thereby. .
- Mrs.' Gertrude Jenkins, a -step,
daughter of Mrs. Benham, died ' st
Pi Us burgh and was brought to the fam
ily b n rial place in Woodland Cemetery,
Cleveland, within a week after Mrs.
Howk's death, making the fourth death
In Mrs. Benham's family in seven week.
. G. and F. Parson made a sale of
Hereford cattle at the Greenwich Fair,
so Urge ss to be worthy of mention. It
amounting to (he sum of f 1,023. The
lot consisted of eight cows snd six heif
er calves, snd were purchased' by a
man from LsFsyette, Ind. : One of the
cows sold for 9400 ,
. The best argument that cad be used
in favor of "Lawson's Curative," la
that It Is used by physicians of eminent
skill In their profession, and can sl
wsys be relied upon ss a safe, simple
and effective cat e for the msny dUeases
referred to In the advertisement.
There Is no description of nervous
diseases, rheumatism snd - neuralgia,
headache or sclatcla, that will not suc
cumb to the healing and comforting cu
rative properties of "Lawson's Cura
tive." Without question It ts the only
sure remedy that can be relied upon.
Mr. N. B. Billings died at the resi
dence ol his son-in-law, B. P. Baldwin,
at 13 M., Jane 14ih,1879, aged 83 years.
Funeral services were held at his late
residence at 7 A. M., Monday morning,
conducted by Ber. N. S. Albright. The
body was taken to Strongrvllle, the for
mer home of the family, for Interment.
A case of assault and battery oc
curred In Spencer, Monday, between
some young men named Snyder and a
son and hired man of Ber. C. C. In-
man. The former party came to' the
residence of the letter snd called the
young men oat to punish them for some
supposed Injury, and the hired man
named Parent, was somewhat roughly
bandied. We understand the parties
have been arrested. ' '
y-Durlng the entertainment on the
evening of the 13th, the horse snd bag
gy of W. H. H. SutlUT was stolen from
where It was bitched In the streets of
this village. On portals printed st this
office the property ts described as fol
lows: A light bay mare, ten years old,
rather tall and rangy, white spot on
right, hip and another on rlgh; side,
Just back of fore-lea:, made by harness.
The buggy was a light open one, "Clip
per box, and In it was s red and black
lap-robe with figure of lion on one "We.
The meeting called Monday even
ing for the organisation of a Republican
club was not largely attended. J. B.
Lang was appointed chairman, and J.
H. Dickson, X. Hocktas and O. Herrick
a committee to draft constitution snd
by-laws. A report was made by the
committee snd adopted.'. A committee
of three was appointed to select sn ex
ecutive committee, and another of Ave
was appointed by the chair, to circulate
constitution for signatures, after which
an adjournment was bad for one week.
A large attendance Is desired for next
Monday evening, to Inaugurate such
rnessarss ss the exigencies of the hour
demand. " .
The gentlemen who are patting
down the well In the park have roaoa
the layers of earth above the rock to be
si follows: yellow clay, 18 ft.; blue
clay, 87 ft.; send and gravel, 10 ft.;
blue clay, 85 ft. At a depth of 100 feet
aoft rock waa reached, which was at
first gray sand stone, but at depth of 13
feet almost as hard aa granite. At
IS fret In the sand stone the drill
struck a strata of aoap atone which eon'
tinuedto depth of 16 feet with no . per
oeotlble change.' Depth of well at
writing. 131 feet, with but little pros
pect of water, but the workmen are go-
Ina- forward with a firm and steady
atmVif which deserves success. The
well Is being sunk by Messrs. Barnard
and Rhodes of Burbank.
There Is sn sdvertlscment In our
columns to which we take much pleas
ure In referrlne-our readers, because we
believe In it 'and can conscientiously
and heartily recommend It. We refer
to Ball's UsirBenewer. We remember
manv cases In our midst of old snd
middle aged people who formerly-wore
grey hair, or whose locks were thin ana
faded, but who now have presentable
head pieces, and with no little pride an
oounce to their friends that thoy haven I
a trey hair In their heads. It U a par
donablo pride, and the world would be
better off, If there was more of it, for
when the aged make themselves attrse
tire to others they are more certain to
win and retain the esteem and respect
to which a burthen of well spent years
entitles them. Try Hall's Hair Re new
er If age or disease has thinned or
whitened yoar locks snd yoa will tbsnx
as for oar advice. Pan-Handle News,
Wellsburg, W. Vs.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
In Wellington P. 0, for the week end-
Ing Jane 14, 1879:
David Furdic, William Dobney, S. S.
J. T. OODBB, P. M.
When calling far the above please
say "Advertised." .'....
Card of Thanks.
Wi desire thaa publicly to. express
oar most heartfelt thanks to our friends
of Wellington, PltUfield snd Oberlln,
for their kind sympathy and generous
heln In oar time of loss and sadness.
The surnriae experienced on the re
ceipt of the large pecuniary aid which
yoa so generously bestowed, can oniy
he exoeded by oar grstitaae to you.
Will you all olsase accept the thanks
thus offered, which It Is Impossible for
us to render individually. . .
; Almiba M. Wbst.
Union School Exhibition .
Will be held this year in the new
Congregational Church, and Its Isrge
seating capsciry, will we hope, accom
modate all who may wish to attend.
Doors will open at 6 : 30 P. M., and ex
ercises begin promptly st 7:3 P. M.
Music will be furnished by orchestra of
the Cleveland Grey's Band. Admission
ill be free, but to accommodate the
Uhes of, some who desire ' reserved
and also xo aid the graduating
class tn paying the expense for music,
etc., a few seats wtll be sold and the
proceeds devoted to that purpose. No
one will be expected to take them un
less they prefer It, and the larger pro
portion of the seats will be left entirely
free, giving much greater opportunity
for the public to be comfortably seated
without charge than any other place
In town. 'We look for a fine entertain
ment as In former years, and one which
ill be creditable to the reputation our
schools hsve already established.
Athlete Sports at our Fair.
It strikes us that the a'.hletlo part of
our forth-coming fair la rather over
done. Everyone is familiar with the
fact that many persons have been In
jured In such contests. Few persons
would object to a clean, straight com
petition In such stbletJc sports and
teste of strength and activity as are
more calculated to excite mirth and
develop murcle than to injure the con
testants and demoralise community. To
see two or more powerful men close In
'catch as catch can" conflict, before
an eager compay, each urged on by his
friends and goaded by the cheers from
the crowd; each with trained muscle
and nerve, desperately contending with
his adversary until one or both have to
yield from sheer exhaustion, (or be car
ried off the Held it may be) Is not to us
a pleasant right.
We hardly think boys of the tender
sge of 13 or 18 years suitable persons to
enconrage to engage In a public con
test like the one proposed In the ath-
letlo programme. Lads of the sges re
ferred to are perhaps more easly Injured
that at almost sny other. Tho mucle
are soft and In most cases the boy Is In
the midst of his most rspld growth, and
as devoid of Jadgment ss be Is unfit for
violent or long continued exertion. No
man who understands the danger-of
Injuring young, horses will allow
one that he may have to be put to Its
utmost exertion until It has arrived at
maturity. There are other reasons why
we think It not wise to Introduce such
an extended list of athletic sports st our
fair. ' Bat as these are the oues which
we think sufficient and very apparent,
we commend them to the careful sud
candid Judgment of our citizens and of
the committee. -
Oss Who Dxsibbs tb s Suc
cess or oca FaiR.
Balloon Exourslon. .
As we were about starting on our
homeward trip, the emperor insisted that
we visit their Joss House, for the pur
pose ot engaging with them in prayer to
the great Buddah, for oar safe return.
We came very near losing everything by
a remark made by Brindsmsde, to the
effect that he for on would not join in
prayer to an unknown god, for be was
afraid of being Influenced, to join the
heathen, f Ws told him under the cir
cumstances he hsd better remain st the
outside gate,.. as that was tho place we
would always expect to find him, - The
emperor enquired who we called heath-
en, etc., which was explained away by
Herrick, who waa aow acting as spokes
man (through the Interpreter.) The
priest, Chang Waa Ho, was a very polite
man aad evidently a great reader. The
people gathered near the priest sad they
all worshipped together. ' They were
thoroughly in earnest- Xvsry heathen
kept awake daring the hoar of worship.
while severs! of oar party slept so
sweetly aa if "not a wave of trouble
rolled," etc After service we had an
extended interview with the priest, car
ried on by Herrick, who, with the assist
ance of the Interpreter, had a long con
Harvey Inquired of the emperor if
there was an ordinance prohibiting the
sale of strawberries on the street. His
highness remarked that they had no such
ordinance and that he thoaght their peo
ple too much enlightened to enact it;
that he believed the poor would be great
ly wronged by it, and had therefore pal
a veto on the ordinance before It was
proposed. He felt very grateful to our
party for the histories of Lorain they had
distributed to his people, snd said that
when ha received the Williams Brothers
if they failed to get ss goad pictures of
his people, he would csuss them to be
put to death at once. We were all very
enthusiaatio at this and advised that no
mercy be shown them. At this point
Sutllff moved three . cheers, which was
seconded by Goodyear, after which Doc.
Wadsworth proposed tie tiger aad it was
given with great violence. Gene Robin
son then started the song, "How happy
are they," We did not know whether he
had reference to the Williams Brother
or the heathen Chinee, but Del. Foote
stopped him saying, "shaw," sad lifted
up his hand which Gene understood snd
kept quiet. Dr. Holbrooke then pro
posed we start a oabbath sclool, bat
Franks was in a harry and kept calling
out "next," etc. We were now ready
for embarking. - After bidding farewell
to all oar new made friends, we prepared
to load In the baggage, Hanson giving as
all through checks. After walking aboard
we cut the ropes snd Fisher, Viacher aad
Franks commenced singing, "Yea, my
native land," and "How I long to be
there," the natives and missionaries join
ing In the chorus" as long aa ws could
hear them. Morrow thoaght we were
about high enough to tie, bat Hanson
could not find the rope, so we continued
P. P, np.
Notice Is hereby given that 1 have this
day taken possession of the ware bouse
and all the fixtures used therein, form
erly owned snd occupied by the Arm of
Palmer 4 Lewis, as a cheese depot or
were house, the ame being sltusted on
ground beloDglng to the C, C, C. & I.
Railway Company, In the Village of
Wellington, O., said property having
been mortgaged to me Feb. 34, A. D.,
1879, and the same being forfeited to me
by the terms of said chattel mortgage,
said Arm having failed to pay the mon
ey as specified la said obligation. There
fore, tn accordance with the terms of
said contrsct and the law governing In
such cases, I will sell said building and
fixtures to the highest bidder, on Sat
urday. June 38th, A. D., 1879, between
the hours of 10 snd 11 o'clock A. M., of
said day; purchase price to be paid at
time of sale and Immediate possession
of property to be given. Dated this
16th day of J une, A. D., 1879.
B. A. Hobb, Cashier,
First National Bank, Wellington, O.
Heal Estate Tranafera.
H. Dickson to W. W. Pn
Aeld, 60 acres in Peti field.
B. A. Horr, ex., to D. L. .Wads
worth, 66 seres, Brighton,
Horace Knowles to Frank
Knowles, 40 acres, LaGrange,
. E. Parsons to F. E. Parsons,
10 seres, Penfleld, . ,
Joseph Morgsn to Emma Knapp
9 acres, rr ellington, Tp., .
John Co a vers to John Pain,
Wellington Village, lot 37,
block 8, .
T. P. Hamlin to W. B. Follans-
bee, tillage property, Welling
ton, Anna M. King to C. F. Flsk.
65 rods of land in Penfleld,
W. L. Gott to Alphooso Howk,
130) acres, Wellington,
C.V. Hemenwsy to C. W. Hem-
nawsy, lot 3, block 8, Welling
ton, L. R. Wooster to Alice L. Woos-
ter, lots 38, 39 snd half of 37,
block 6, Wellington Village,
C. V. Heminwsy to Asbbel
Crane, part of 37, Welling
W. J. Gtllett to E. K. Litch
field, 40 acres, Wellington,
E. K. Litchfield to Sarah Gil-
lett, 40 acres, Wellington,
. A. Horr to J. W. Smith, lot
63. block 4. Wellington,
J. W. Smith to A. E. Smith,'
part of lot 63 and 64, la block
Susan H. Nichols to B. Wads
worth, part of lot 85, also lot
74, Wellington Village,
Benj. Wadsworth to Trustees of
Cong. Society, Wellington,
lots 74, 75 and part of lot 85,
Lewis C Bennett to W. B.
Santley, part of lot 10, Wel
W. R. Sntley to Trustees of
M. E. Church, Wellington,
W. L. Gott to Alpbonso llowk,
part of lot 1, B5 acres, Ilnnt- '.
Ington, . .
Ashbel Crane to C. W. Homln-
way, property In Wellington,
J. M. Otterbacker to A. Al-
blnger, lota 13 and 13, block 3,
C. W. Baker, representing the nur
sery of Storr 6V Hsrrison,' Palnesville,
O., is in town soliciting orders for fruit
and ornamental trees. - He cornea well
recommended snd guarantees to sell
trees of good kinds and quality, and
true to name. 88 3t
Furnished rooms la a cottage at Lake
Side daring the session of the Teachers'
Institute, commencing June 30th. For
particulars inqure at this office.
Report of cases pasaed upon flrst weak
of May term, 1879. Judge Hale presld
L. B. Smith ts John Bundebech et al
Foreclosure. Dismissed by plaintiff.
Elixa E. Amea vs B. A. Horr, et al.
Money only. Motion of plaintiff . to
continue case, overruled.
The State of Ohio va Peter Lowriev
Burglary and larcency. Plea guilty of
larceny only. Sentence ten days in
Jail and pay costs. -
The State of Ohio ts Edward Garri
son. Burglary. Ties guilty. Not
Same vs Same. Barglary. Nolle.
Ohio TS.Thoma Fslkner. Murder,
Plea not gnllty. C. W. Johnston ss-
signed as counsel.
Ohio ts Tho. Collegan and John
Bamerick. Besistlng an officer. Ver
dict of guilty as to Collegan. . Not
guilty as to Bamerick.
Ohio ts Grove Butler. Selling liquor
to minor. Plea not guilty.
Ohio ts Charles Myers. Selling In
toxicating liquora to be drank where
sold. Plea of guilty on two. counts,
and nolle on two counts. Not sen
Ohio ts John Half. Selling liquor to
be drsnk where sold. Plea' of guilty
on one count and nolle on two counts
Ohio vs Joseph Derucls. . Assault and
battery. Plea guilty on first count.
Nolle on second count. Sentence fine
of $10 and costs, and stand committed
to Jail till paid.
Ohio vs Jacob Everting. Discharg
ing fire arms In yard of dwelling house.
Clara A. Bachus vs Chsuney L. Bas
tardy. Settled and costs paid.
Ebeneter Parsons ts Charles Clarke.
Money only. Appeal. Verdict and
udgment for plaintiff $50.
John Miller ts Jacob Smith. Money
only. Appeal. Verdict and judgment
Geo. Buder ts Wm. J. Gibson. Fore
closure, Default, dec re for, plaintiff
$339.60. Order of sale.
Alios Dunfee et al. ts Caroline Lyon
etal. Partition. Sale confirmed. Dis
tribution ordered. Average shares each
Conrad Heianer vs L. S. ct M. S. B.
B. Co. Honey only ss damages. Con
tinued at defendant's costs. .
Lewis S. Hauchet ts Bengert A Pom-
erlne, Porter Sexton. . Money only.
Submitted. Judgment for plaintiff.
The State of Ohio ts Low's B. Swift.
Burglsry and larceny. Nolle.
Ohio ts James H. Davis and Lewis B.
Swift. ' Burglsry and larceny. Nolle.
Ohio vs James H. Davis. Burglary
and larceny. Nolle.
Ohio vs John Holf. Selling liquor
to be drank where sold." Nolle.
Ohio vs Lewis Curtiss. Selling liquor
to be drsnk where sold. Nolle.
' Ohio vs Barney Pahler, Furnishing
intoxicating liquor to minors. Nolle.
Ohio vs Lucius D. Loaeh. Embessle
nient. Nolle. -
Ohio va Van Burnaw. Selling liqu6r
to be drank vhete sold. Plea guilty on
four counts. Nolle on four counts.
Ohio vs A. Dumbach. Assault and
battery. Verdict gnllty on flrst count
and not guilty on second count.
Ohio vs C. T. V. 4 W. By. Ob
structing tho highway. Plea guilty.
Fine $5 and costs.
Ohio ts Fred K. StuchflelJ. Selling
liquor to be drank where sold. Plea
guilty on flrst count.' Nolle on second
snd third counts. ' Sentence flue $23
Alexander Wynn vs Leonldss Wynn.
Money only. Appeal. Verdict judg
ment for plaintiff $40 and costs.
Robert Balduaon vs Wm. B. Green.
Money only. Appeal. Verdict for
David M. Shaw vs Bengert ot Pomer-
lne, Porte Sexton. Money only. Sub
mitted. Judgment for plaintiff $150.60.
Peter Kramer vs Thressa Schuster.
To vacate. Judgment for Injunction.
Settled at plaintiff costs.
Carter Broj., vs Louise Hay lor, et al.
Money only. Settled and costs paid.,
Harris & Stone ts Theodore Furber.
Money only. Settled and costs paid.
The New Loudon Record mentions
that Mrs. Hazard's house was entered
lately In ber absence and jewelry, all-
ver-spoons, etc, to the amount of forty
New London Fair these days.
The Norwalk Reflector was started In
1830, and while sitting In the bar-room
of the Mansion House, the proprietor
seeing a reflector on the wall from
which the light streamed all over the
room, said: "Now I have a name for
my paper," and the new journal was
called the Reflector.
Obbblix, June 13. About 9 :30 o'clock
last evening, a barn on South Main
street, belonging to Henry West, the
proprietor of the Wellington back, was
struck by lightning and instantly In a
blase. Three horses, a hack, wagons,
harness, five tons of hay, and other
property, worth over $1,000, were des
troyed. Insurance, $200 in Scottish
Commercial. A small barn belonging
to Mrs. Harris was also consumed. The
Babcock extinguishers, the colored
hand-engine company, and the steamer
did good service in saving the adjoin
ing buildings. Tho Commencement
Couccrt was in progress at the time and
was, somewhat Interrupted for a short
time by the contusion. Later. The
business men of town, under the lead of
E. J. Goodrich and C. J. Ryder, have
already raised nearly $200 for Mr. West,
and the Knight vt Honor bold a spec
Inl meeting to-night to take measures
for his relief. Cleveland Herald. : .
Killkd by Liohtkixo.. The storm
last Thursday afternoon was attended
with fatal results. Mr. Ira O. Childs,
Dylertown, Ashland county, was In
tho field with his team, and seeing the
storm approaching, he tied up and went
to the barn, a short distance off, for a
blanket. On his way back the fatal bolt
struck him to the esrtb, and the crash
ing peal of thunder that followed
warned Mrs. Childs of Its close prox
imity. She went out and found ber
husband dead and his clothes on Are,
even dow u to his stocking. The smok
ing garments were subdued, and with
tho assistance of neighbors the body
was taken to the house. The deceased
wss about thirty years of age and mar
rled last October. He wss an upright,
Industrious citizen. Wooster Republl
- a "
Giles Liniment Iodide Ammonia, s
new , and great discovery ; a remedy
whose curative effects surpass anything
heretofore placed before the public. No
family can afford to be without a bot
tie, for all are alike liable to an attack
of the Ills for which It hss proved Itself
a sovereign remedy.. Its equal hss not
been discovered for the care of rhenma
tism, gout, dipbtherls, pneumonia, ery
slpelas, frosted limbs, sore throat, bruis
es of all kinds and wounds of every na
ture indeed, the list of diseases which
It Is recommended to core has scarce a
Sold by all druggists. Send for pam
phlet. - Da. Gnaa,
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
Sold by J. W. Houghton, Wellington,
O. Trial size 35 cents.
Nsw Yobx, J une 13, 1879.
The market opened this week at 71
and 7 cents and steadily declined to
the close. Receipts have only been
moderate, much under those of the same
time lost year, but the demand Is so
limited that the sllghest Increase In the
supply affects prices. We are still suf
fering the results of last year's surplus,
whilst they have gone from here. Old
cheese are still plenty In the English
markets, and until they are consumed.
we msy expect a poor trade. Present
prices are simply ruinous, but we feej
tht they cannot last and that sooner or
later the trade will again be In good
condition. The production of cheese is
certainly much curtailed, and once we
get started right, there will be better
business. Fancy cheese close at 6 and
7 ct. Fine, 5 and 6 cts. Fair to
good, 4 and 6 eU. There will be but
little , If any, stock carried over.
Butter. . Prices are still lower than
at our last. 17 cts. Is the outside for
creamery, and much has been sold at
16 cts. . Dairy, 14 and 13 ct. for fine
11 and 13 cts. tor good. Factory, 9 and
11 cts., as to quality.
- Littijs Falls", June 16,. 1879. -This
was another blue day on the
market, and the question is seriously ag
itating the minds of saleamaa, "what
are dairymen to do if prices keep declin
ing?" ft is Impossible to comment an
deratandingly oa the present state of
things, except to nope for better time.
The recent rains have ensued a fair grass
crop in most sections, ana u anything
like the prices anticipated at the com
mence meat of the season could be real
ized, the situation would not be so bad.
All the cheese that sold at OJc, and
three or four small lota of that which
sold at 61c, were bought for the home
TJtica. The sales of the day were 870
boxes st 61. : 430 at 6fc : 1,485 at 6c;
4,444 at 6te. .
Depression in the New York and other
eastern markets has forced the price
down y cent. The market is quite dull,
though our dealers have managed so far
to dispose of stock as fsst aa received.
We quote : Buying, (naked) 5 to 5
cents; billing, (boxed) 6 cents.
The shipments of cheese for the week
ending June 17, are as follows: No. of
Boxea 4,643; No. of pounes 184,433.
Butter for the same time as follows :
No. of pkgs. 754; No. of pounds
Wellington Produce Market.
COBBXCTKD WBEKLT BT BALDWIN, LaUX-
VOX CO. . .
Aimlea. dried. th awl
OeeMdrcraed. V lb.. .00
H.r. ton i OO
Htm, smoked, fj ib
Hlaea.rreca, V lb. ...axes
Maple bug;!-. V lb....Hlo
PotatosaTe ba....T3)l 00
Bart,) b. 1
Bait, fine. bbl.. ....! as
8lt,Ahtoo.i lb a
Salt, Common, a bbl.. 1 as
Salt, Solar. V bW a oo
Sheep Pelta. V lb .2591 OO
Ttorkmareaied. V Ib
Timothy Med,..l 2S9I 40
WooUV Ib 3S0SS
Applea, BTeen, V bu..
Breewas, f Ib 95
Beana. ba I so
Buckvheal, a) ba TO
CnlckeiMdreaied.) lb.. .a'
Clover eeed. ba S 9S
lair eaue, u id .....7
Deacon Bktoa. as
Durk. dreaatd. V lb lo
Dairy. Ib ine)
CreamerT.a lb 1SI
Braa. a doa io,
reamer, w w 7UI
Grain, Flour and Feed.
bt h. a. naxLUf.
Bran, a cwt as. a toa is 00
Com. anelled. ba as
Cora m ear, V oa 4S
Oeta. a) ba
Clover eod. ba S TS
TUnotny Mea. ba...l SO
Beat Bed. uk
' No. A aack
graham, a cvt.
Dotted meal, w cat ,
Cnop. wewt. ,
Oil Meal, T cwt.
Cam, helled, ba..
Cora, la ear. V ba ..
ba S SO
Uorer eeed, B ba. . . .
Timothy eeed, ba...l SS
Yoa will And choice smoked Hams
and Dried Beef at the place where all
the best Boasted Coffee comes from,
which Is at Bowlby & Hall's.
We always have a good stock of Lem
ons aud Oranges. Can supply custom
ers with any quantity. They are a
healthy diet In hot weather. Come In
and buy liberally and live a happy life.
We keep fresh Lime, Cement, Calcined
Plaster and Plastering nir constantly
on hand, and that celebrated Shelby
Flour, which everybody admires so
much, Is always In our store, where you
wilt find the handsome though awk
ward trio, Lewis, Herbert and John,
who will always be delighted to wait
BOWLBY & HALL. !
An Ordinance Providing for Li
Bug. 1. Ba H ordained by the toa-a eouactl of the
Incorporated rtUass of Wellington, that any peraoa
who ehall eeU, or offer for sale, any good, wane,
merchandise, or other article of value, for aala, bar
ter or exchange, at any place upon the .tree ta, ara
aaea, alleys, or ot her public place aithtn tuld village,
hall ba deemed a peddler.
Sao. a The Mayor, aad la hi abaene the Corpor
ation Clerk, is hereby authorised, at hi discretion,
to tmae a poodler' license to aay peraoa who may
apply tor the same, upon the payment of aot lea
thaa Sfty eect and not mora than ten dollar; such
Uocnaa to continue In force not to exceed one year
from tbe data thereof,
Eao. a It shan be oalawfol for any peddler to ex
ercise hi calling- within the village without ant
havtns obtained a license, a provided la Section a,
and any person violating the prortsioa of this eecttoa
hell forfeit aad pay a an of aot mora thaa tea dol
lar nor lea than two dollar.
Baa. 4. This Ordinance aball not ba o court rued
a to apply to aay peraoa opening tats the vUlag
with team or otherwise with any produce, trait, or
other articles, (be productkajs of their own firm
aad premlaea. Toa fuUowlag persons are alas hereby
declared exempt from the provision of thl Ordl
aaoee: Chtldrea under twelve year ot age peddling
berries or trait of their awn picking or aatherlnz;
end rtader f aewspapera.
Sao. a. That thle Online ace ba la force oa and af
frit psisage aad legal publication,
Passed June Sad, 187.
A. H. r ALMXK, Mayer.
S7-st X. W. BOTSFOBD, Clerk.
House and lot on North Mala street.
Inquire of A. S. Power. ' tf
Notice to Builders.
Boaled proooaaU a-fll be reeefred at t&a offlea of the
Clerk of the Board of Kdecatloa of Welnnstoa
V!lla, Lorain County. Ohio, amtn IS o'clock at
noon, oa the fourteenth day ot Jnly, 187. for build-
In aa addition to the Unloa School BalMlng of aaM
Tillage, aceonttac to Diana aad apeeieeatlona oa Sle
with J. H. Wlsht, after Jane asth. 187.
Bach bid matt (be name of a
latereated la the tame, aad be aceopjpaaled by a
aumcient guaranty of aotne dlatatereMed peraoa.
that If the bid la accepted a contract a-Ul be entered
Into, and the performance of It properlr asesred.
The bid for each kind of material called for by lb
apecutcatlona must be stated aenaratelr, and the
price siren, and toe price of labor mutt alas be np-
None bat the lowest reeponilble bid wm be
cepted. and the Board may reject an blda.
By order of the Board of Education.
Dr. J. BUST, Clbxk.
Wellington. Ohio, June loth, 1878.
Estate Notice. -
Notice I hereby given that the nnderatanad has
been duly appointed aad Qualified aa Administrator of
the estate of Wm. Bowk, deceased. late ot Wel
lington, Lorala County, Ohio.
J. W. HOUGHTON.
Wellington. Ohio. May 37th. 1870.
Notice fa herehv errs Mue th- -.t...,. wu
v-ra uut, anmawa aaa qusii nea as aarmniBtrator or
mi- wwe m vounoste tiowg, oeceaaed, lata ox
Wellington, Lorain County, Ohio.
J. W. HOUGHTON.
Wellington, Ohio. MaySTtb. 1879.
M T. friend and natron are hereby noUSed that 1
havaehanaad my place of business from 4he Ameri
can House to the seooad story of J. M. Ottesbecker'
balldnng, where I shall be happy to aaa all who may
wish anything In my Une. .
a-t MBS. C A. SPICE R.
Botie to hereby glTsn, that the undersigned ha
been duly appointed and qualified Administrator of
of the Estata of Bamuel i. Perkins, deeeased, late of
Huntlsgtoa, Lorain County, Ohio.
N. B. GBIOOS.
Jane 18, 187ft.
The Friend of All !
hearty oneT ' " "
"I llnati Tin frwM CTnllABna. IMTta n
Tour Pills are marvelous."
" send far another box and keen them In the
Tgiveooe of your PTT to my babe for cholera
orbaa. The dear little lain got well la a day.'
T aaoaaa or a moram a) aow cared.
Toar boa of Rollasrms nhrt-M, ...S - 9
Botees in the head. 1 robbed some of yoar Ointment
behind the wrs sod th. Boise ha left.-'
Seod as two ooxse; 1 want oa for a poor family.1
I aneloa a doll.., mm wm im t. m.. k. tk.
medicine to me Is worui a dollar. M .".
, "Bend me Are boxes of yoar Pills." ' -"Let
me have three tmvna at mm hti. v -.
mall, for Chills end r ever." .,
. 1 have over two anadrrd sueh sestJmontala these
but want of apace compels me to eoaclada.
For Cutaneous Dtaerslere. .
,aJ'eTOD?OB"oT th?,B tnl Ointaaeat Is most
tn valuable It don not beal externally alone, bat
Petrte with th most saarchln eXoct to the vary
root of tbaerU.. . . -t . . - i
Possessed of this verned r. arei v tn an nn
be his on doctor: It may be rubbed Into
the system so to reach anj Internal com-'
plaint; by these means It cure eon or ul
cer in the throat, atomacb, liver, spine, or
other parts. It is an Infallible remedy for
bad leirs. bad breasts, contracted or stiff
Joints, gout, rheumatism and all akin dis
Impobtawv Cierml. Vim -..iili,
the signature of J. Hatoock, a agent for the United
State surround each box of Pills aad Ointment.
Boxes at as cent, as cent, and Si each. ,
IW-Tliere to cotundwaole saving by taktothehwer
HPLLOWAY- a CO:, New York.'
Headquarters For .
. and ' ; ;
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN,
Has on sale a new Brand of Floor of
absolutely the best quality tn town, at
the same price .you pay for inferior
kinds. . Try it, and Ret 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 good crops they
must apply fertilisers 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
and get circulars.
Warehouse South of By., Depot,
4in-33-tf Wellington, Ohio.
Bargains! - Bargains!
Call - and examine my stock and pri
ces before purchasing elsewhere. There
Is no stock to compare with It, either in
extent or vsrlety. .-
Trimmed Bonnets and Hats, at $1.00,
11.60, $3.00, 13.50 and up.
Leghorn Hats, at 60c 79c $1.39, and
$1.50. . '
Imitation Leghorn, at 25o 37)c 50c
and 75c. .
Children's Hsts, from 13 cents to $1.
A great variety of Ribbons and Flow
ers, very cheap.
Bargains In Silks and Satins, at 30c
60c 76c $1.00 $1.25 $1.60 and $2,00 per
New Fancy Goods. Laces at very
low prices. The Finest line of Em
broidery ever offered In Wellington.
Bargains in Hosiery and Corsets. '
Do not forget to call.
MBS. H. X. BOCKWOOD.
A GRIC UL T UR A L
Buckeye flower and Reaper,
Tiger Sulky Rake.
Thomas Sulky Rake.' .
Aultman & Taylor. Threshing
Superior Grain Drill.
Bone meal and Phospli&te
standard Fertilizers. Look
through my stock before pur
chacing. ' '-. ;. ';
' . "Wm. Morrow, A gt, '
34-3m. Wellington, O.
A WEEK tn your own town, and
oo capital risked. Ton can give
poese. The beat opportunity ever
offered to those willing to work.
Yon should trv notulnir efcM nntfl
M uuain-se a inui wilootll CX-
vou see fur vonra-tf wTi.t vnM
do at the boetnea we offer. No room to explain here.
Too can devote all your time or oaiy yoar spare time
to the business, and make great py for every hour
that you work. Women make a much a men. bend
fur special private terms aud particulars, which wo
mail free. S Outfit free. Don't complain of hard
times wnea yon have such a chance. Address H.
HALLS TT CO., Portland. Maine? .n-tr
la fonnd at the waierooms of . '
. ww sjiii ntjwai Wi .
Great additions have been made to
the stock to meet the demands of the
trade. The purchaser will And a match
less variety of splendid low-priced
goods as well as the costly. The public
can see at their showrooms very fine
PARLOR . GOODS,
Which they offer at very tow Prices.
. IH TilE - - ...
We are n re Dared to furnish evapwttiine.
in the Coffin and Casket line. Shrouds
of all kinds kept on hand. Having had
Luauy years- experience in tnts ouainess
we Krrarantee to keep in trood condition
all bodies put -in our chsrge for any
length of time desired, without chanra
or decomposition. ' -. .. .
Leading . Question.
A little mole la growing Jay,
. Just underneath my chin,
. It irivea me eoavuett grief, dear Jay, :
. I'm growing; pals and thin.
- Another one la coming Jay,
us.1. oere oeneau my ear,'
And 1 will be disfigured Jav. '
For life, I sadly fear. - -;
' And ao I want to aak yoa Jay,
Wm e'er your love grow eold; -O,
answer me at once dear Jay, -.
rVUl yon love me when I'm moled. ,
Come and see two of the best work
ing Plows in the country. Warranted
to give satisfaction. Prices reduced. .
Do too wish to use Paints, and Oils?
Toa can find the best quality in the
PriflfVIT TFin mnA In Ti a-vrprkv-
OIL, an article that will stand the win
Come and be surprised at the low
priw ui uie u9k quality tu TTiiipB,
They cannot be surpassed. - v
In Cutlery, both table and pocket, I
can give extra bargains. They are the
VsASir' m m Ir-Aca
In Brashes I have a large variety and
can give yoa extra bargains.
I can now offer a large variety of
Shelf Hardware since marking down
o cheap that close buyers wiU 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 seo the new Barn Door
Boiler. A very practical roller.
Now is the time to buy Wire .Screen
cheap. :. 1 - ?. ';.' - MVg, ;
Wm.Cblsbolm& Son's Spades, Shov
els, Scoops; just glance at thsra as yon
Koby. . . , . . . , . -. ;, ;- -
Sole Agents for Miller Brow's Chemi
cal Faint. ;, '. - : '
al a A. W WW I II list X
Domestic Sewing Machine
The new TJSDEBBBAIDZR, which Is the
beet and only thing of the kind ever aaed, la
now a part ot tho. machine, and, with the
new 8elf.-Tbread.ing Shuttle, Self-Adjusting
Needle, new Take-ap, Combination Wheel
and other improvement make it the beat
Under-feed Sewing Machine made. I am
also agent for the : ,
DaVis Vertical Faed . v
"". ; ' Tho New Home
Sewing Mocnines, each of whichhaa advan
tage peculiar ta itself, which recoiumends
them for a variety of uses aad Bask them
feoond to none in the tnaiket. "
. Parties desiring machine will 'find it to
their advantage to give me a call. All ma
chines warranted.- All kind of . Sawing
Machine Needles and also a . tin quality of
Sewing Machine Oil kept for sal. ,
-.; . "T - . S. Pi HASTINGS, Ag -Office
in Benedict's Block, Wellington, O
.." Jan. loth tyr. ; ,
IT WILL PAY YOU
"i ' . y To buy your SHIRTS of "I '
Practical Shirt Maker, -; -".'- Uansfleld, O.
N.T. Mule or Wamsutta,"iSaOo linen, $24.00
. .. lew io.uv
As good ss any eastern shirt, . ; r .' , ia"
Six shirts for - - : 0.00
-1 do my own cutting and can famish a
better fitting and bettor shirt- than yoa can
get elsewhere. Measure taken by
F. C. LEACH, Agent,
At Harvey's. . " . ; Wellington, O, '
P. 8. A nice line of Imported shirtings.
H " SODA WATER, '
LEMONADE, ICE REAM,
ARD - '. ' :
: ; ? REFRESHMETtTS.
1 x or cnurcn ana Denevoienn
objects I will make reasonable
deductions, also to merchant?.
Fleas do not forget tnst 1 seen a iuu tap-,
ply of Groceries and Provisioo,4ogBllrerj
rsmv f jineh and Hot Tea aud Coffee at all
hours, and no paina spared to accommodate
all who call,'--; "
Thankful for past, favors I retiiala yoar
humbl ervant, .. . ' -' v
- - r J pftfirvsrvH.