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Thursday, July 3, 1879.
J. W. HOUGHTON, M. H. HOTJGHTOS,
O. O.JD. & I. B. B. Time-table.
Trains leave Wellington Station aa fol
lows : f '
r " OOIHQ SOUTH.
Wo L On. In, lima gad atao.....'.. J:l A. X.
Ho. a-S. lents Ctaetnaatl llamas. ... 1:10 p.m.
X. a. HKM Kxia-eaa, a lun......... a:sp.K.
we. t. cinvaiaee: t(wnuii ........ sisop.m.
Local IMsbta, ..... OUT a. a. ant S:oo . v.
Wo.. lrtgh Tipil a Man. ............. S:Oa.x.
So. s-SCIsae a Clni fastens Mall.... 1:18 r.M.
Mo. C Oeveiaa grnreaa. .................. S:SS P.M.
V. a Oe-veUBa' AreoairnoaatJoa. 8:37 A.M.
betl rretgkta, .:( A sjo p.m.
- . , W. H. FISHER. AtaaL
DISCtFUl CHURCIL. .-Joe. twiy Sabbath at
lu.an a. at and 7mju -t . Sabeata Scbool at 12
MU rreyer Meetlag aa Taersday tmim. w. .
COVOBSSATIOWAt. CHTJUCH. Serrleta every
Sabbath at 10:10 A. M. aa T:Ot p. M. Sabbath
eoaool at IS M. Prayer MeetlagoaThniedAyeTea
lags, j; A.lialy. aaator.
at KTHODIST KPI8)XrAL CHURCH
an aaboath at 10:SO A. M. ud 7:00 P. hi. Sabbat B
BabbaU acbaal at IS 1L Prayer Meeting on TSare-
. Albright, pastor.
Arrival and Departnre of Malls.
' HACK Uinta.- '
OberMe. " 1 Arrive Tnreds v. Tharsday aad Setarday
rtu.SeM.1 atSA.lt. lanilir.lL
Brighton. , ..OAAnlra eaily at to A. It. Leave at
K. L-isinacin. t - . it a. u.
, Arrive Monday. Wednesday aad Prl
lea all P. M. IveTeaay. There
A; say at eatarlsy axajoX M. -
Spnen, - (Arrive TWeeda;
Hamrrrtlla. I say at II A.
Tender. Thnraasy aad Satnr-
sa. AfCave Hir.A
The Mi i M label oa aaea aap.r ahowa tka data to
valek taa aaaacttkar kaa paid, Uu:
A Jerry Smith .1 Jan 79 '
SltalSaa that Mr. Bmttk ha. paid for hto paarr aatn
Juun 1m. 1H7. Tba aMUl Uat la eorraetad weakly.
By eoa.aJttasUMaddtaMl.bcl enry raoKrlber caa
tall la aa Jattaal bo bU aeooaat naadi. and wfteui
acaakaa reuaJrad piwaar ndu aa oar books.
A. fob- tot of Hosiery, cheap, at Fitch's.
Hoatj mixed Hose, 5c a. pair, at TUch's.
' Am aifKaat Una of rase Hose at Fitch's.
Boys' white and fancy Shirts at TItch'a.
Those alee summer Bate for aaca aad
boys caa he found at Titeh'a.
- French aa4 Aaaerieaa Tercato Bhlrte at
Flteh'a. ,...- ; ,., .... .;
' A :new lot of Bearfs, Collars aad Ties,
latest styles, at FUch'a. :
FITCH baa Jnst shelTeo an eletiaat line
of Clothing for Men, Boya aad Children, at
prices lower than erer." .
DIAMOND BHLRTa, 75 cents to $1.60;
other brands at 60 to SB cents st Fitch's. .
Too can get two good linen collars, lat
est style, fresh from factory for aa area
quarter at TItch'a.
- Tod Can net a Laondried Shirt for SO
cents at Fitch's. -
25 cents win Reta fair worfclnx shirt and
60 cents a beery cherolt wfth double back,
made to order, at Fitch's. '
' Spring cloths are la and Meltk la busy
maklar wp thoaa aobby suits at Fitch's.
Thanking niy frleada for the Tory liberal
saner la which they bare patronised me, X
mow propose to sell Hate, Bonnets, Ate., for
the rest of the season at rery low flf-urea,
many of them below cost, aa I desire to be
gin the Fall trade with new roods only. I
hare a good variety of Ladies Domes tic
Underwear, compriainfr tTerrthioK la that
line. I also hare the beat aad lar-rest eyed
needles La use. Call and see Goods and
rriees, ..- Mas. A. H. Palmbs.
WeHlngton, JoneaBth, 1878.
' Wanted, atoek-breeders aad dsirrmeu to
know that K. F. Jones, of WelUartoa, has a
ane Jersey bull, bred by the noted Importer
aad breeder. W. L. Gardner, Morwalk, Ohio.
' It Is thoroughbred aad Is recorded In the
. American Jersey Cattle Club Kec later, aad
la a Tory ' Baa animal. Those Interested
please call at his farm la the north part of
the Tillage. - . SM
M Deceptlou Used.
It Is straage so many peopV win coaUaue
to aufter day after day with Dyspepsia, Ut
er complaint, Constipation, Bour Stomach,
General Debility, when they caa procure at
our store Bhlloh's Vltaliser, free of coat if
It does not euro or reLtere themv Price 75
cents. Sold by Everett A Starr, Wellington.
Ererett A Starr sell strictly Pare Lead
aad Colors; alto Pioneer Prepared Paint,
maaufaetared by T. H. Neria A Cot, PltU
burgn. "' SS-Smos
Go to Krerett A Starr's for T. H. Kevin
A Co.'a Pioneer Prepared Paint, mixed ready
for ana. , Warranted to give eatiaf actioc.
- For Sale. - -- ;.
deatrabla at ease aad Lot for sale cheap.
" Arply to J. H. Bcldea. ' S1U
Broc Store for Bale. 1 . .
Aa old caUbltabed drag- store doing
a fair amount of buslrress, located in
Wellington, O., atlnToIce stock. Satis
factory reasons given for wishing to
aeH. Aires or - Inquire of J. TV.
Hooghton. . . . . tf
From Bar. A. J. Merohant, A. M.
FaBsOnTA, K. T., March 1, 1878.
Da. M. V. Fzann,
Dear Sir: While residing la Tidloute, Pa.,
Mrs. Marehant suffered for several years from
a eevere cough, accompanied with night
awaats, blliouanees, impaired nerves and gen
eral dabiltty. Nothing brought relief until
he began the use of your Blood and Liver
Bumody aad Nerve Tonic . Four bottles re
stored her to her usual health.
lotus truly, A. J. MERCHANT,
Pastor K. S. Church, Fredoaia.
" Tr. Fenner's Blood aad Liver Remedy
aad Nerve Tonio may well be called
The conquering hero" of the times. It
It the medical triumph of the age. Who
ever has the blaes'' should take it, for
It regulates aad restores the disordered
system that give rise to mem. it al
ways core EiUiousnest and Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, ConsUpa
tloa, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen
Ke'aif ineata, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pim
. pies, Bloteaea, aad all akin eruptions
. aad blood diawders; Swelled Limb and
Dropsy; Bleeplemmesa, Impaired Nerves
aad Dtervous Debility; Restores flesh
aad strength when the system is roaaing
down or going Into decline; cures Fe
male Weakness and Chronic Rheuma
tlam, aad relieves Chronlo BronchUis,
aad all Lang aad Throat difficulties.
It doe thee things by striking at the
root of disease aad removing its causes.
Dr. Fnaert Improved Cough Honey
- ? will relieve say cough In one hour.
Dr. Feaner's Golden Relief cures any
. vein, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or
. headache la 8 to 80 minutee, and readily
. . relieve rheumatism, kldney-oomplalnt,
dlarrhosa, dysentery. For sal by Dr. S.
mmwum. w. rnsnrs DV. Vitus
Bpeclfie, One bottle always cares.
oy ewin uoaa, -Detroit,
XOCAX. AKD M7JSCLLANOUS
W1U some of our subscribers who
hay read their last psp r, and do not
wish to preserve them, bring them to
qs. We need five or six copies.
Let it be remembered that there
will be a citizens' reunion on the Park,
on the evening of July 4tb, nnder the
direction of the ladles of the Disciple
Church. All are most cordially invited.
Mrs. D. Stratton and daughter of
New York, visited Amherst last week
on their way to Colorado Springs,
where Mrs. Stratton hopes to be bene
fitted by the climaie.
The American Douse is being en
Urged and Improved by a new wing
on the East, which will sdd very much
to its appearance and convenience. It
is said by travelers to be the test kept
honse in XorthernOb!o.
Lost. A prommisory note dated
July 10th, 18C9, 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
The attention ot the proper author
ities is directed to the large pile of re
fuse earth, stones and lumber, left at
culvert built thiee weeks ago at the in
tersection of Union and Johns atreet.
It is a clear case of neglect on the part
of some one.
, If any. accident or incident comes
to your knowledge that would make an
item of Interest and should be in your
local paper, keep it to yourself or send
It to the local sheet of some other town
and blame the editor of your own paper
for his lack of enterprise In not being
everywhere present to chronlclVevery
thlng the moment it happened.
The Amherst Free Press bas ceased
to be published, and Its proprietor, F.
If. Lewis, Intends to close out his stock,
sell the office, and find a lea occupied
field for publishing a newspaper. HU
subcribers will be furnished the Ober
11 n News for the time of their unex
Hueted Bros., have a she on exhi
bition made for a Sai.dutky girl 17
years of age. Weight, 110 pounds;
height, H feel ; width of foot, 7 inches;
length, 17 inches; ball measures "19
inches;' Instep, 18 Inches; heel, 23
inches; small ankle. 18 inches; six
of shoe, 26. Shoe makers at least will
get a good Idea of the slxe from these
figures. The girl is deformed from
knee down. -
At the adjourned meeting of the
Republican Club heM Uonday evening,
of last week, the following officers were
elected: President, N. Huckins; 1st
Vice President, F. W. Bennett; 3d Vice
President, F. W. Bennett; Sd Vice
President, J. J. Thomas, Secretary, Geo.
L. Couch; Treasurer, Wm. Cushion,
Jr. ; Executive Committee, Frank War
ner, O. Ilerrick, Henry Sprague, S. T.
Robinson, W. M. Glbbs, Walter Sage,
O. L. Couch, G. A. VanCleef. J. J.
Thomas, P. N. Stroup, R. A. Horr, L.
P. Holbrook. The rhib Is making
preparation to do some thorough work
In the coming canvass.
Mrs. C. Colver, Is visiting in Pitts
burgh. Mrs. M. W. Laug. is spending a few
days with friends in Oberlin.
Mr. E. Benedict spent last Sundsy
with friends in Sandusky.
Miss Alice Conkllng of Springfield,
III., is visiting at her aunt's, Mrs. Gid
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Rood, of Wood
bury, Mass., are visiting at her father's,
In this village.
Mrs. Tod of Msntfleld, a niece of N".
Huckins, is spending a few days with
; Bishop Gilmour, the day after his
ministration here, went to Shelby and
confirmed a class of thirty-six.
Mrs. IT. O. Markley, daughter of J.
H. Woolley, and Miss Ferry of War
saw, lnd., reached here Friday last.
Mrs. Anna Frobert, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. J. P. Nlckles,
returned to Columbus Friday.
Miss Msy Bush, a daughter of Rev.
. H. Bush of Brooklyn, 1 visltlog In
town a guest of Mrs. Wilcox.
. Miss Addle Tripp of Wellington, vis
ited her friend, Miss Mollis Barnard, a
few days last week. Delaware Gazette.
Mrs. Dr. Blanch sr J, whose illness Is
mentioned In our Pu field news, died
Monday evening. Funeral services
were held Wednesday.
Orange Judd of the American Agri
culturist, has a .brother, Rev. H.
Judd, living in Oberlin, and has re
cently been there to visit him.
Ex-Councilman 8. H. Crowl, an old
resident of the West side, Cleveland,
died of Paralysis-. Fridsy last, and his
funeral occurred this week Monday.
He was the father of John Crowl, of
Sherlock JT. Andrews of Pen field, was
one of the graduating class at the recent
commenoement of the Western Reserve
College of Hudson, and his oration is
spoken of as having been s creditable
Mrs. West of Oberlin, died of lock
jaw, resulting from getting a nail in
her foot on commencement day, and
her remains were brought to Welling
ton for interment a week ago to-day.
J. C. Colleger, Esq., formerly of
Wellington, who has been superintend
ent of the Union Schools of Attloa the
past three years, lately made a short
visit to friends here previous to removal
Miss Sarah McCoy of Penfleld, lost
ber entire wardrobe and barely escaped
with her life from the burning of her
uncle Orr's store at Litchfield. MUs
McCoy worked at millinery and dress
making In the shop connected with the
Mr. and Mrs. B. J.' Lewis, were in
town one day this week. Mrs. Lewis,
In referring to the High School Com
mencement at Elria, stated that all the
musle was furnished by hem talent,
and was a decided credit to the class
and abundantly satisfactory to the peo
ple. Several young people from ber
July eth, 1879. .
Half fare rates to all points on C, C.,
C. A I. Ry. Tickets good to return Jul v
4th and 6th, 1879. For further partic
ulars enquire at R. R. Depot,
Death to Bugs.
London Purple. Houghton baa it.
Equal to Paris Green as a poison for
Potato Bug, and at less than hair the
price. Used the same as that article,
and warranted to do the work.
On Monday evening about 9 o'clock
team belonging to Mr. Chas. Bailer.
Hantinsrton. got loose and ran awav.
down Prospect street, then on Second
street, through J. II. Dickson's lot.
and bringing np against Mr. Fitch
fence, when they were caught,
damage was dene.
The Immortal J. K.
The Immortal J. N. went through
town Tuesday morning, and left word
that he would "lift the veil" for the
people of Wellington, In the Town
Hall, on the evening of the 9th of July
J. N. will assume "all the pressure for
truth," and a crowded bouse will
doubtless be present to listen to this
inspired apostle of the nineteenth cen
tury. You ar sure to be entertained.
Come early in order to secure a good
That Sandusky Girl I
F. B. Serage has on exhibition a shoe
made for the other foot of The Sandus
ky Girl, while Lang & Pelree show the
coffee pot made for ber benefit, and'
Everett ds Starr have been putting up
prescriptions for her. The shoe is
about two Inches in length ; the coffee
pot two or three feet In height, and In
proportion ; and the pills would make
fair sized cannon balls. If any vio
lent deaths occur among ojr dealers
who are supplying The Sandusky Girl,
the verdict will be "Justifiable Homi
Houghton has a new and the best
thing ever invented for a pencil holder,
which Is a perfect protection to the
point when not in us and the pencil
can be used up to the last half Inch.
Also book state memorandums for the
pocket, with six marking surfaces; only
needs to be seen to be appreciated. Star
clips for filing bills, letters, etc
Another bill file for holding and
binding when a sufficient number bas
been accumulated, thus preserving
them in book form. Decidedly the best
thing in the market. Equally useful
for letters. Call and see them. A full
assortment of blank books, pass books,
pocket msps, Indexed and a general as
sortment t f druggist sundries.
After a period of many months of
tolerable soberness and good conduct.
Homer" on Tuesday evening let his
love of dilnk get the mastery, and got
gloriously drunk; and getting hold of
a revolver, he threatened to send some
body to the happy land by a short cut.
Marshal Crane was sent for, and re
quested the loan of that little gun, but
Homer said nol whereupon he took the
courage out ot him with his persuader,
got possession ofthe pistol and marched
lilm to the cooler, where ho was al
lowed to rest and recover.
It would seem as though some mians
could be used to prevent his procuring
the means to get intoxicated. The man
who sells or buys for bim, ought to keep
him company in the lock up, and pay
heavily for the privilege.
Well! WeUl! Weill!!
W arc pleased to see our Town Coun
cil have courage enough to have Bar
nard A Rhodes, the well diggers, go
deeper Into the earth to find if pos
sible what is nnder this great City of
Wellington. They have now quite a
sufficient amount of water to fill their
contract, but the Council have decided
to have them go about 15 feet deeper,
making In all 160 feet. They have salt
water now, but it Is the opinion of
nearly every one that they will strike
pure water f n a short time.
They have been very faithful work-
era and deserve to be successful In their
undertaking The question now is
bow can the Council get a tauk elevated
sufficiently to force the water to all
parts of the city. It has been recom
mended that they build a tight floor
Immediately over the town clock, fasten
up the small windows In the steeple
of the church and' force It full, then
lay the pipes to all parts of the city, and
to this way get the water distributed.
It really looks as If such an arrange
ment would not be satisfactory, but we
do not wish to dictate to the majority.
Soma people are always ready to con
demn a new Idea, whether It is practi
cable or not,- the same as some would
not be satisfied if Messrs. Barnard &
Rhode should strike a flowing well.
They hare condemned the matter of In
vestigation from the start, saying the
Council was fooling away the public
money, and that class would rather
have it a failure than a success to prove
they were correct. W.
The Fourth of July.
The dsy is dreaded by every town
property holder as much as it .is antici
pated by the small boy with his prom
ise of fire-crackers and a toy gun. We
trust that in according all suitable lib
erty to celebrators proper forethought
may be used and due care for the safety
of an unprotected village exposed to
the accident of fire. We remember that
last year a great bonfire was permitted
on our little publlo sqnare, a dangerous
proceeding whatever the condition of
the atmosphere, and twice during the
evening burning material was carried
by the current to the high roof of our
office building, igniting the pin shin
gles to that a comfortable blase was
started, and but for the forethought of
two eitixens who climbed to the roof
and discovered It In Its beginning,
thousand of dollars worth of property
would have soon been In ashes.
Wellington baa no means of promptly
putting out fires that start on the roof
of a three story building. Our Mayor
bas the authority to restrain such reck
lessness, and the people will expect him
to forbid any such foolish demonstra
tion as that of last year. Th hooting and
yelling about th bonfire, even a
long way off sounded as though the
whole Indian reservation had emptied
Its noisy hordes who were having a wsr
dance In our midst. And the firing of
that old cannon to the destruction of
costly church windows and frail prt
vate property In th stores Is another
outragn that we hope will not again be
allowed within the corporation. We
give voice to the feelings of hundreds
of our citizens in mentioning this, and
for the comfort and security of all who
have homes or business Interests at
stake, and not from any desire to criti
cise any private citlxen or public officer.
. It is not the real patriots who care to
express their loyalty to and apprecla
tion of the government by dangerous
and ear-splitting exhibitions and the
burning of barrels and dry goods boxes
ssturated with coal tar. Theie is al
ways a painlul reaction from the hilar
ity of the 4th when the returns begin to
come in and we consider bow many
hearts must always ache with tho re
membrance of the day, because of lives
lost, friends maimed or property
burned. Let not all reflection be too
late for profit.
Who would have thought that the
Democracy in the North would have
used the Union soldier as an auxiliary
to again bring them into political su
premacy. We believe the fact to be
that the Democratic party think about
as much of the Union soldier as they
did In '63 and '64.' But the Issue Is
forced upon them. The South is boast
ing of devotion to ber soldiers ; not on
ly so, she has cried down the Union
soldier until something must be done.
We are virtually under the rule of the
"Confederate brigadiers." The chan
ces are so even this Fall in Ohio, tbst
each party is willing to do its best to
win. The Republican party sees the
country In eminent danger; and at
such times the genuine, tested
pstriotism must come to the front, be It
found In soldier or clvillao. At inch
times the duty of a legislator or execu
tive are plain, and demand most of all,
courage and consistency.
We repeat, In our political contest
this year, the Issue Is made, and we
cannot escape It. So far the Democ
racy are ahead, and may say with some
effect, "Citixens Candidate." Just
how far this will be carried, remains to
be seen. We certainly believe that no
truly patriotic citizen will stand In the
way of a worthy soldier. We would
not let the cry ef "soldier" carry us to
a dangerous extreme. Our motto -Is,
nominate only good men. If a soldier
can be found who has the ability and
character, let him have the preference.
Those who carried the war to a success
ful issue are the men who have a right
to be beard; and w ho, (If they have
not turned against the principles for
which they fought) should at this time
be put forward to guide the affairs of
our Sute and Nation. The times now
demand the same sterling devotion to
country and principle, as in the peril
ous time from '60 to '65. I believe too,
that the soldier has these qualities
tested, and that he deserves to be re
membered with honor, if we have hon
or to give. . J.
Some time ago a young man by the
name of R. M. McCauley came to this
vicinity and worked for several of our
farmers, and during that time run in
debt at the different places In town.
but paying punctually as promised.
Last Spring be left here and went to
Wellington to work, leaving behind
him seversl bills unpaid, for want of
the means to meet bis obligations. Be
ing a young man, having no particular
home, no one ever expected htm back
here, and naturally supposed their lit
tle book accounts a dead loss. But he
took them by surprise, by sending
money here to one of the men he bad
worked for with the request for him to
go and pay all be owed and take re
ceipts, giving a list In full of all he
was Indebted to. Ho owed on man
but nine cents, which, was to be paid,
and $5.00 be had subscribed for the
psyment of a certain preacher, ;thls
must be paid. "The world do move."
We commend this young man to our
Wellington neighbors; use him tender
ly, so he msy grow up for a Presiden
tial candidate or a United States Sena
tor. Greenwich Review. .
There Is another sharper after unsus
pecting farmers. His wsy of operating
Is to leave a plow at a farmer's house,
with the verbal consent to use the plow
and If not liked, to return It. He also
leaves a' printed advertisement of Its
merits. The farmer, In looking it over
finds a notice In due form, stating that
when trial Is made of the plow the
agent must bs notified In two days.
Many farmers will never see this notice,
but will take the advertisement heed
lessly, and then, through failure to no
tify In two days, will be compelled to
keep the plow, Insomuch as th agent
can be qualified the farmer cannot deny
receiving It. Kent Bulletin.
An oriental traveller describes this
busy scene, witnessed on historic
shores: "Our steamer landed on a
beach which was th port of Antioch,
where the disciples were first called
Carlstlans. There was no town at the
water's edge, no people, no whsrf. The
passengers and the merchandise were
put ashore In lighters, which ran np
Into the sand. A troon of camels, with
their drivers, lay on the beach, ready
to transfer the goods Into the interior.
Among the articles lauded were boxes
marked 'Dr. J, C. Ayer A Co., Lowell,
Mass., U. S. A.,' showing that they
tained medicines and whence they came.
These with other goods were hoisted on
the backs of camels, for transportation
to Antioch. Thus the skill of the West
sent back Its remedies to betl the mala
dies of populations that inhabit those
eastern shores, whence our spiritual
manna came." Windsor (Vt.) Chroni
cle. Advertised Letters.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
In Wellington P. On for the week end.
Ing June 28, 1879:
Mrs. Charlotte St. John, Mrs. FannI
J. Weed, Miss Battle Gunn. Miss Alice
Kerney, J. O. Johnson, C. E. Bennett,
S. L, Cary. .
J. T. Oooxn, P. M.
When calling for th abov please
Important to owners of horses. Giles'
Liniment Iodide Ammonia. We have
sold quantities of It. In no case baa It
failed to give satisfaction. Every one
speaks in its praise. Lameness, bunch
es, curbs, bone spavin. ' No stable
should be without it.
CM. Mosemam & Bbo.,
Fine Harness, 114 Chambers St., N. T,
Sold by all druggists. Send for
psmihlet. ' Db. GiLes,
120' West Broadway, N.T.
Sold by J. W. Houghton, Welling
Third week of the term. Hon. John
C. Hale presiding.
Peter Ulrich vs Joseph F. Rothgeary.
Money only. Submitted. Judgment
for plaintiff vs Rothgeary & Adams,
Morgan, Root t Co., vs John Heath
Money only. 'Default Judgment for
Christian A. Ruth vs John Seip.
Money only. Default Judgment for
Anna Morgan vs Addison E. Sheldon
For dower. Dower assigned and re
Anna Morgan vs Edward Yeomans.
For dower. Dower assigned and report
Julia Wool worth vs Stephen Strange.
Foreclosure.. Decree and order of sale.
Amount due plaintiff $571.22. Eight
other liens. Small amounts.
Valetlne Hildebrand vs Jacob nolla-
ner et al.. Injunction and equitable re
lief. Settled. Each party to pay bis
Ohio vs Edward Garrison. Burglary.
Sentenced one year In the penitentiary.
Prlscllla Rawson ts Jane Philpott et
al. Partition. Sales of lands con
firmed and distribution ordered.
The American Insurance Co., vs
Msrtin Mathews. Money only. Sub
mitted to court and Judgment for plain
tiff $60.09. .
Ohio vs nenry Brown. Grand lar
ceny., verdict guilty. Sentence six
years In penitentiary.
Elisabeth Mitchell et al., vs John
Dunning etal. To set aside deed. Sub
mitted to court. Petition dismissed at
John Zulke vs Petei Bins and Mathl-
as Bins. Submitted. Petition dismissed
at plaintiff's costs.
Ohio vs John Hulf. Selling liquor to
be drank where sold. Plea - guilty.
Fine $25 and costs.
Ohio vs Dumbach. Assault and bat
tery. Verdict guilty. Fine $15 and
costs. Execution of sentence suspend
ed to allow application for writ of er
Ohio vs Chas. Myers. Selling liquor
to be drank where sold. Plea guilty.
Fine $20 and costs.
Ohio vs Grov Butler. Selling liquor
to a minor. Plea guilty. Sentence 20
days in jail and pay costs.
The Savings Deposit Bank vs Jay
Terrell et al. Foreclosure.- Amount
due defendant Daniel Nesblt $3531.48
and Judgment. Sale of Ranney proper
ty confirmed. . .
Charles Spitzenberg vs Frederick
Wendt. Foreclosure. Decree and
amount due plaintiff $150. Order of
George Westlake vs Henry Z. Chand
ler. Foreclosure. Decree.' Amount
due plaintiff $1170.23. Order of sale.
Wm. Boylsn vs George McKensle,
Julius D. Fitch. Money. Equitable
relief and attachment. Submitted.
Judgment for plaintiff for $2195.13.
Dismissed as to defendant Fitch.
A special grand Jury was impaneled
and an indictment found against Henry
Brown, a colored man of Oberlin, for
Many a person has become crippled
and deformed by neglecting the proper
means of curing rheumatism on its first
appearance In the system. It Is next
to an impossibility to cure it after once
seated.. Use the best known remedy,
"Lawson's Curative," on feeling the
first symptoms, and you will drive it
Mrs. Thursby.No. 274 Ewen street,
Williamsburg, Long Island, a very old
lady suffered terribly with Inflammato
ry rheumatism, the joints of her bauds
and feet swollen; ber tu Actings wore
Intolerable and her agony Intense.
Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia re
duced the swelling and drove away the
Sold by all druggists. Send for pam
phlet. Da. Giles,
120 West Broadway, N.T.
Sold by J. W. noughton, Wellington,
O. Trial slxe 25 cents.
H KKflB. i
New Yoke, June 28. 1879.
The market closes this week In worse
shape than ever as far asrices are con
cerned. Fancy opened at 6f ct., and
and close at 6 eta., with grades below
from 5 cts. down. At tho latter price
really fin cheese have been sold this
week, and then those the least bit. out
of ordar were rejected and marked down
to 3 cts. What the future will be none
can foresee, but unless prices Improve,
cheese making had better be abandoned.
But we believe that there will be an
Improvement and that the average of
the season will be a good one yet.
Quotations are fancy, 6 cts. ; fine, 5 cts. ;
fair to good, 3 to 4 cts. Every cheese
that can be sold or used at home now,
will do that much to relieve the large
markets and aid In building up a home
trade, which Is the best of all trades.
Butter. Prices continue low and re
ceipts liberal. Fancy creamery, 15 to
18 cts.; fine, 13 to 14 cts.; dairy butter,
fancy, 14 and 15 cu. 13 and 13 cts. ;
fair to good, 10 and 13 cts. ; factory, 7
Little Falls, June 80, 1879.
Another dull market day and another
decline In prices. During the latter part
f laat week advices from the New York
market, and the very large exports of the
week, gave reason for the hope that the
prices of last Monday would be, at least,
sustained; bat to day's telegrams from
the city were unfavorable, reporting a
decline in cable of one shilling, and an
unpromising outlook for the week. The
offerings were very large, nearly 13.000
boxes, and there were but few salesmen
who went home without selling. Prices
ransed from 51 to 5 cents. For th
home trad there were four lots of fac
tory cheese, about 150 boxes sold at Beta.
Fabk Daisies. Sales of farm dairy
cheese aggregated 593 boxes, and prices
ranged from 4 to 6 cts. ' Fully 300 boxes
sold at o eta.
Butteb. There were sold about 60
packages of butter at from 11 to 13 cts.
the better qualities selling at 12 to 18 C
sad considerably as low as 11 and 12o
Utica, June 20. 1879.
The transactions of the dav are asl fol
lows: 480 boxes at 6c; 8.190 at 5c;
6.880 at Bo. Quotations are: extremes,
5 to 5c; average price, Sic, leading
price, o jo.
Wzlxxhgtow, O., July 3, 1879.
Following the tendency of Eastern
and other markets, prices here have de
clined one-half cent. It would seem
as though the dairy business had now
reached a point where it would not pay
to manufacture, acd if there should be
no improvement, farmers will turn
their attention to other Industries.
We quote: Buying, (naked) 5 cents;
billing, (boxed) 6 cents.
The shipments of cheese for the week
ending July 2, are as follows: No. of
Boxes 7,634 ; No. of pounes 314,762.
Butter for the same time as follows :
No. of pkgs. 313; No. of pounds
Welllng-ton Produce Market.
CORRECT XD WSEXLT BT BALDWDT, LAUX-
DOJf a CO.
Apples, dried. Tb.....tX
lOeesc dressed. lb 00
nii,, y DM....
Baanrax. lb. .
Hay. v um w
Hams smoked, lb, S
Hides. sreen, lb... .3XS
Mapls War, lb. . . . 10
ftnattev bo....TSU OO
Rac, lb 1
o.i. m hhi i as
-"- w My.. . ......
Chickens drmed, lb.
Buckwheat, bo To
Calf Skins, lb 7
Deaoca Skins, .40800
01. taMna B lh S
Dairy. IB SO
rMmrw m IK 1 .
Salt, Common. bbl.. 1 35
asiLBOiar. w do... s ui
h Ul . aa K AI Aft
Krars. eos a,
i Hncjian ol w iw
.Timothy seed...! 2MM 40
w uuien, v ID ........... Al
ffVN,V IU.. ........ 11.11
Grain, Flour and Feed.
CORRECTED WXEELT BT H. B. HAltXIK.
Bran, ewt 7a ton IS 00
Cora, sbeiled, be SO
Cora la car, 9 ba. so
Oats, bo 40
CloTer seed. ba S 75
Timothy seed, ba...l so
Cora, shelled. ba 45
Corn. In ear, ba ..... .45
Oats. ba as
Wheat, ba .SOaW 00
Clover seed, bu S 50
Timothy seed. ba...l 35
ami wmte, a sack .1 so
Beat Bed, each ...I 40
So. 9. tuck 1 m
Graham, a) cwt
Bockwbest Floor.. ...3 SO
Doitso Meal, v cwt ...I 10
MeaL cwt l ni
Cnop. -newt ......I oo
Miodimaa. v cwt i oo
Short a m cwt 85
Oil Meat at cwt. l lol
A G-ood Plan.
The neat profitable way of dealtac la stocks Is by
cooiDuung many oraers sua co-opermiiuH- rarm mm n
whole, divJalv pro flu pro rata among- shareholders,
according to the market, monthly, Kach customer
thus secures all the advantages or Immense capital
and experienced skill, and can ase any amount, from
tea dollars to tea thousand dollars, or more, with
.ta success. "New York Stock Ke
sad aw circular mailed free. Fall Informa
tion for any one to operate saccesaf aUy. La weaves
Co.. 67 Exchange Flaaa, N. T. 41-Smo.
Report of the Condition
HBST NATIONAL BANK
At Wentaatoa. In the Bute of Ohio, at the close
ot business, Jane 14th, 18TO: . t
Loam and Discounts, tas,S53 37
Overdrafts, UO 45
u. a. Boaosio secure circulation, ........ iwjuuuuu
TJne from annroved reserve anenta. 11.487 17
Due from outer National Banks,
tteai estate, ruraitare ana nxtures, ...... uami in
Current expenses sad taxes paid. ........ 55 35
Premiums paid. 7oo oti
Checks sad other cash items, 425 S3
Bills of outer Banks, bio w
Fractional Currency, (Including Blcktes). e 55
Specie, (JeciudJas gold Treasury cerufl.
cates) ... .............. , 027 IS
Legal tender notes, 4, 548 OO
Bedempuoa fund with U. S. Treasurer,
i per coat ox circulations, a,aww
, $100,000 00
. . I4.S00 0O
. sa.7is HS
Capital stock paid In,
Hstloosl Bank Notes outstanding...--.,
Individual de.o-lia subject to check,.
Demand certificate, of deposit,. ........
Due to State Banks aad Bankers, ......
TOUJ. $388,838 80
State of Ohio, County of Lorain, as.
I. R A. Horr. Cashier of the above named bank.
do solemnly swesr that the above statement Is true to
(be beat of my knowledge aad belief.
B. A. HOXK. Cashier.
Sobaerfhed aad sworn to before me this 38th dsy of
4. a. iMCtaBUM, notary ruauc
B a WARNER.
G. W. UUIUi,
Beef Eaters Delight.
Everybody likes Dried Beef and no
body likes to slice It; hence, we have
purchased a machine that literally
makes shavings of it; and the toothless,
false teethed, decayed teethed, or any
kind of teethed individual, can eat It
with perfect satisfaction. We are Im
mense on the Dried Beef business.
Come In and buy some and see the ma
The man who said that Bowlby A
Hall kept the best cigars In town, Is
celebrated for good sense and judgment
lie never told a lie.
Tou will find the best Crackers and
Floui at the place where all that good
Coffee comes from, which Is st .
BOWLBY & UALL.
OOO A TEAB for honest. Intelligent bust
neas mea or agents. New business; light
Jwonc jauurca wrvraunf, iwiii
Madison, lnd, 4i-4mo.
NoUce a hereby given that the undersigned has
been duly appointed aad qualified Executor of the
estate of BautanlelBIUlaga. deceased, lata of Wel
Unaton, Lorain County, Ohio,
41-St. J. H. DICKSON.
Notice To Contractors.
Hotlee ta hereby given, that sealed proposal, for
furnishing the materials and performing the labor
sin nasi j for tae ereetloa of a ooart-bouaa at Elyria,
Ohio, la accordance with the general Inscraettoaa to
contractors. speeUcatlons, plana, sod detail drawings
iw on Sie la the omos of The auditor of Lorain
county. Ohio, will be received by the eommtfaloners
of said Lorain county until 3 o'clock In the afternoon
of the asth day of July. A. D. 1870. Bald plana,
apecllcatJoas. detail drawings, aad general tnatruc
tlons to contractors win be subject to the Inspection
and axamlaaljonof an persons Interested, at all rea
sonable boon between the date of this notice and ths
35 th day of July. 1878, st t o'clock P. If., when the
bids win ba opened sod a contract or contracts made
wlta the person or persons ta whom the same shall be
awarded. Blank forma for bus, bonds, sad sehed
ales will be furnished to bidders by said auditor, and
no Md will be received or considered unless made on
each blanks aad In strict accordance with the general
Instructions to contractors aforesaid. The eommls-
stoaeis reserva the rtiit to accept inch proposals, or
rejtetaay orall, aa they may deem for the beat Inter
seta of the county.
All proposals must be sealed snd sddresaed to "The
Chairman of the Board of County Commlastoncla.-
and deposited with the auditor. .
By order of the Board of Commissioners of Lorain
Auditor's Office, Lorain County, Ohio, Juae 18th,
1879. O. ROOT, Auditor.
4o 4C " Lorain County, Ohio.
If a dealer in Clothing. Data. Furs or Gentlemen s
furnishing goods caa anord to dd without
THE CLOTHIER & HATTER
A Large Illustrated 30-page Paper,
Moh furnishes every month all ths news and. (os
p of the trade tndicatad.
Eaod fur ssmyla oopy to
: BOOT aft TINKER,
' . . OUANBST. H. T.
AU Soldiers, wounded or injured, can now
obtain pensions, nnder the new lew to date
from discharge. Address at once with stamp
for blanks and new soldier's circulars.
W. C. BERINGER A CO.,
'' '-118 BmithfleM St., Pittsburg, fa.
(Oldest claim sgency In the State.
may be fonnol rm
BIO as UMA A.
Iunrux a Co's
Newspaper AdTertislna Bnrena (10 Spruce)
Street ),wtiare adrer- saxes a nfAwwf
tialna contracts mar
s uaoo tec
Tor Sale. .
House and lot on North Hsla street.
Inquire of A. S. Powers. ' tf
Notice to Builders.
Sealed proposals will be received st toe omoe of the
Cleik of the Board of Education of Wellington
Village, Lorain County, Ohio, aatn 13 o'clock at
Boon, on the fourteenth day ot July, 187S. for build
log sa addltioa to the Ualoa School Building of said
Tillage, aecoruins to plana and specifications en file
with J, H. Wight, after June ssth, 1879.
Bach bid must contain the name of every person
Interested fa the same, and be accompanied by a
sufficient guaranty of some disinterested perm
that tf the Md is accepted a contract will be entered
mte. aad the performance of tt ssopetly secured. -
. The bid for each kind of material called for by the
specifications must be stated . separately, end the
price given, and the price of labor must also be sep
None bat the lowest responsible bid will be ae
cepted, and the Board may reject sQ bids.
By order of the Board of Education,
Dr. J. BUST. Cun.
Wellington, Ohio. Jane loth. 1879. S8-4t
. Estate Notice.
Vottce la hereby siren that the anderalgned baa
been duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of
ths estate of Wm. Bowk, deceased, late of Wel
lington, Lorain County, Ohio.
J. W. HOUGHTON.
Weutagtba, Ohio, May 27th. 187a.
Estate Notice. .
Notice la hereby given that the anderalgned baa
been dulyappotnted and qualified aa administrator of
the estate of Charlotte E. Howk, deceased, lste of
Wellington, Lorain County, Ohio.
Wellington, Ohio, slay 27th, 187B.
My friends and patrons are hereby notified that I
hare changed my place of business from the Ameri
can House to tne second story of J. St. Ottenbacker'a
building, arhers I shall be happy to see all who may
wish anything In my line.
S9-U . alBS. a A. SPICES.
Notice la hereby given, that the undersigned baa
been duly appointed aad quallned Administrator of
of the Estate of Samuel J. Perk na, deceased, late of
Huntington, Lorain County, Ohio.
Jane is, 187a.
The Friend of All !
"T had an annerite: MollowTav"a Pflla save ma a
Tour pills are marvelous. "
"I send fer another box and keep them in the
"Dr. HaUoway has eared my headache that was
'T nvtossof veer Pflts to nav bane for cholera
morbus. The dear little thing got well la a day."
""My nausea of a morning la now cured."
"Your boy. of Hoilnwav's fHntment emri mt nf
noises ta the head. I rubbed some of your Ointment
behind the ears sad the notes has left.''
Send me two boxes ; I want one for a poor family."
"T enclose a dollar: roar erlee la 93 Hat, ant the
medicine to ma la worth a dollar. "
"Bead me Sve boxes of your PIUS."
'Let me have three boxes of tow pnia he Mtm
mail, for Chilla aad Fever." -
I hare over two hundred saeh testimonials as these,
bat want of apace compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous' DiMrdeeSs
And all eruntioaa of the skJa. this Ointment Is nnat
Invaluable It does not heal externally alone, but
penetrates with the most searching effect to the very
root of the erli.
Possessed of this remedy, every man msy
be his own doctor. It may be robbed into
the system so as to reach any internal com
plaint; by these means it cures sores or ul
cere in the throat, stomach, Jlyer, spine, or
other parts. It is an infallible remedy for
bad leira. bad breasts, contracted or stiff
Joints, gout, rheumatism, and all skin dis-
TjfTOBTAirr Ciimo,. Nona am- amntna mil
the signature of J. Hatdocx, as agent for the United
States, surrounds each box of Fills and Ointment.
Boxes at 3S cants. 82 cents, and SI each.
IM Ibere Is consldersXle saving by taking the larger
HOIXOWAT a CO.. New York.
H. Be Hamlin.
" Headquarters For
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN,
lias on sale a new Brand of Flour of
absolutely the best quality in town, at
tiie same price you pay for inferior
kinds. Try it, and tn-t rid of that bane
of the family, bad bread. . -
Farmers having grain should' re
member tiiat this is the place to get the
hiehest market price for it in cash.
They, should also remember that !n or
der to continue to raise good crops they
must sppiy fertilisers to tneir lands.
bare 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 Ry., Depot,
4Io-33-tf ' Wellington, Ohio.
Bargains! ' Bargains!
Call and examine my stock acd pri
ces before purchasing elsewhere. There
is no stock to compare with It, either in
extent or variety.
Trimmed Bonnets and Hats, at $1.00,
1.60, $3.00, 3.50 and up. ,
Leghorn Hats, at 60c 750 $1.25, and
Imitation Leghorn, at 25c 37J"e 50c
Children's Rats, from 12 cents to $1.
A great variety of Ribbons and Flow
ers, very cheap. --r
Bargains In Silks and Satins, at 30c
&0o 75c $1.00 $1.25 $1.60 and $2.00 per
yard. : '
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. If. ROCKWOOD.
AGRIC UL TUBAL
Buckeye Mower and Reaper,
Tiger Sulky Rake.
Thomaa Sulky Rake.
Aultman & Taylor Threshing
Superior Grain Drill.
Bone meal and Phosphate
standard Fertilizers. Look
through my stock before pur
chacing. Wm.. Morrow, Agt,
34-3m. ; Wellington, O.
A WKEK ta your own ten. and
no capital risked. Yon n give
the buslross atrial without ex
pease. The best osoortunity ever
offered to thoaa willing t i work.
Yoa should try nothing elan natll
voa see fur Hnmlf What vm.
uo as we uusiauss we oner, no room to expiate here.
oa caa devote all year tuna or only your spare time
to the Dullness, and make great pay for every hoar
that yoa work. Woraea make as much as men. Bend
fur special private terms aad particulars, which wa
mall free. S3 Outfit free. Don't complsln of hard
times when yon have such a chance. Address H
nAxXKITCO.,rurUsad, Mains. S7-ly
J." CHTTlATPlTISgO eft
- T"- M 1 '"-T.T.TrWffTI
Is found at the waierooms of
A. 6. & G. L C0VCL1,
Great additibna 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 publlo '
can see at their showrooms very fine
Which they offer at very Low. Prices.'
IN THE . ' ;.. , .. ..
We are prepared to furnish everytnlnr '
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 DUt In our-charm for anv
lentrth of time desired, without change .
or decomposition. '
Come and see two of the best work
ing Plows in the country. .Warranted
to give satisfaction. Prices reduced.
Do yon wish to use Paints and Oils?
Tou can find the best quality In the
PHCENIX LEAD and in the DAYTON .
OIL, an article that will stand the win
try blasts. J.
Come and be surprised at the low
price of the best quality of Whips.
: In Cutlery, both table and pocket, 1
can give extra bargains.- They are the
In Brashes I have a larire' varietv and
can give you extra bargains.
- " ' i-
I can now offer a lance variety of ' -
Shelf Hardware since marking down
so cheap that close buyers will exclaim
"Cau it be possible !" yet this is a fact,
and as I am a very modest man and .
dare not tell you all, please come and
see for yourselves.
Come and see the new Barn Door
Roller. A very practical roller. .
Now is the time to buy Wire .Screen
cheap. . ' -
Wm. Cblsholm & Son's Spades, Shov
els, Scoops; just glance at them as yoa
go by. - ..'.-
Sole Agents for MlUer Bros's Cheml- . ru
cal Paint. ' ' . "
7m 2. WOOTiTiTTaT.
Domestic Sewing Machine
The new TJNDEBBRAIDIK. which is the
best nnd only thing of the kind ever aged, is .
now n part of the machine, and, with the ;
new Self-Thread Inn Shuttle, 8elf-AdJasUnr
Needle, new Take-up, Combination Wheel -
ana outer improvement mages u we Dest
Under-feed Sewing Machine made. I am
also agent for the
Davis Vertical Feed
The New Home
Sewing llcchines, each of which haa advan
tages peculiar to itself, which recommends .
them tor a variety of uses and make them
recond to none in the market. r-
Parties desiring machines will find it to
their ad vantage to give me a call. Ail ma
chines warranted. All kinds of Sawing
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. lsta lyr.
IT WILL PAY YOU
To buy your SHIRTS of
Practical Shirt Maker,
X. T. Mills or Wamsutta, 8300 linen, $UM
. " " 1800 " 18.
As good ss any eastern shirt, . 12.00
Six shirts for - - ... 6.00 '
I do bit own cutting: and caa furnish a
better fitting and better shirt than yon caa
get elsewhere. Measure taken by , .
. F. C. LEACH, Agent,
At Harvey's. . Wellington, O.
P. 8. A nice line of Imported shirtings.
UNCLE ROBINSON'S '
SODA WATER, ' ;
LEMONADE, ICE REAM,
' .4- ' AKD ;: . '
' For church and benevolent
objects I will make reasonable
deductions, also to merchant.
' Please do not forget that I keep a foil sup
ply of Groceries and Provision , together
with Fruits and Confectionery, Tobacco and :
Cigar, Lunch and Uot Tea and Coffee at all
hours, nnd no pains spared to accommodata
all who eall. . ..
Thankful for jest favors Irsmain yomri
humble servants -,.....-
' . r B. J. BOBttSOS .