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Thindty, AdS mt 7, 1879.
J. W. HOUGHTON. M. H. HOUGHTON,
C C. C. & I. R. It. Time-table.
Trains leave Wellington 8tatloa as fol
"' GOING SOUTH.
XoL CtB.Ia4.Bnraaaaa-l Man .AS7A.X.
Ko. 1,-St.lml Ctaetaaatt Kxp S:Kr.a.
Ko. S. -Karat ffiBinas MaH S:5 P.a.
Ha. .-4avalaB AMnuMtaUn....... I:r. a,
Local Ficlcata, 8:S7 a. m. aae :SO p. k.
. V.- GOING NORTH. '
Ho. a. Klsat Tfiasin. Matt. ............. 5:40 a. at.
Xa. .. I tmm ClB. Fthbss XsU. 1:13 P.B.
,i.-cin ibbbI Tisisaa. B:sa p.m.
Ha. IMSmiul AeeoBBOdattaa. 1:37 A.X.
Local rrsigata... .. .....S:ooS:SO p.ts.
J- - - W. H. FISBKB. Aaeat.
. , Chnrcti Directory. . ...
DISCIPLE CHURCH. Strrleea Ter- SaWmtll at
nr. so A. It. aad 7rOO p. si. ft.bb.ik Seaoot at IX
M PrarcrMastlacaBTaandajaTaalasa. W. .
COTSRK8ATJOHAL CHURCII. Barriers avarr
Sabbatb at 10:30 A. M. aad 7:on P. M. Sabbat
beBooI HUM. Prayer Meetlas oa Thursday circa
laea. J. A. bely. pastor.
METHODIST BFIaVOPAI. CHTJRCR. SerTfcca av
err Sabbath at 10:30 A. at. and 7:00 P. M. Sabbath
Sabbath School at 12 M. Prayer Meeting oa Thar
da? errtlna. M. S. Jvlbrlgbi, pastor.
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
Oberlta. . 1 Afriva Tacaday. Thursday and Saturday
.as v ja. aaT Mir. jl
) Antra dally at H A. 1L. Lear at
E. Clartoaeld, i
; At M
i Antra Monday. Wadnesdar aad Prl-
da at I e. M. Leara Tursdajr. TBara-
t aad Saturday at S:3U A. It.
Sri-wcar. f Antra Taeaday. Thursday and Satnr
Komervllla. t. day at, 11 A. L Leave at 1 P. H. .
"Q Publlsber Notice.
TM adoWaaiaaelaneacBpaparahava tha data to
Vhiea tha aubacrUMr baa pal J, thus:
. - Jerry Smith - :1 jn 79
Similes that Vr. Smith kai paid for hla saver antfl
Jaaaary tat. 1879. Tha nail liat la corrected weekly.
By eseualtiac tha addi eat label erery aubscrlber eaa
tell la aa loataal how Hit aceoant stands, and wheth
er ha haa receired proear credit oa oar hooka.
Xbtleaa lam led fa this column at K eeata per Baa
each tiirrHoa. aalaloa type.
A Job lot of Hosiery, cheap, at Fitch's.
-eavy mixed Hose, 6c a pair, at Fitch's.
An elegant Una of Fancy Hose at Fitch's.
-Boys white and fancy Shirts at Fitch's.
Those aloe wnnar Hats for men and
boys eaa be found at Fitch's.
French aad Inwtrai Percale Bhirta at
A new let of Scarfs, OeUara and Ties,
ateat styles, at Fitch's. '-
FITCH haa J oat ebelvea an elegant line
of Clothing for Men, Boys and Children, at
price ajwer than erer. Vr( . " ,
DtkMOSD 8HIB.TS. ?5Toents to $1J0;
other brands at SO to 05 cents at Fitch's.
V f hi i
Teaeaai fat two good Onea collars, lat
est" style, fresh from factory for an even
quarter at Fitch's.
XftniCsa'cet A La an dried Shirt for 9Q
cents at Fitch's. . , ..
8 errMrwill iret a fatr Working sblrt and
60 cents a hearry cfaeroit with doable back,
made to order at "Fitch's.- ua
Spring cloths are.' in and Xeitk Is busy
making np thoae nobby suits at Fitch's.
.- ITousanil lot on North Main' street.
InaattSMPf A S- row ere.: i.u t
T TltororitrhWeid . Te'reV "" " '
Wanted, atock-breeders and dairrmen to
know that R. R. Jones, of Wellington, has a
fine Jersey bull, bred by the noted Importer
and breeder, W. L. Gerdner, Norwalk, Ohio,
It la thwoogbbred nd is recorded In the
'irhssiriB Jeaaewt. Cattle Crub Kacister. and
a Tery fine animal; Those Interested
please ealTat his farm In the north part of
theOisfeaAK 2u 1 tt j
. (t:ire'keeetlou TJsetL tt
It Is strange so many peoplr win eonUane
to smffer day after day with Drapepais, lif
er eosnprnlnt; Constipation, soar Btomech,
General Debility, when they can -proenre at
our1 ktore-BhOoh's Tltsllser, free of coat It
It does not core or rellere them. Trice 75
cents. . Sold by Krerett A Starr, Wellington.
Brsrett St Starr sell strictly Fnre Lead
and Vlora; also noneer Prepared ralnt,
aunofactoredby T. ILKerin A Co.,' Pitts.
Go to Ererett A Starr's for T. H. NevlO
A Co.s Pioneer Prepared Paint, mixed ready
or use. , Warranted to gire satlstaclion. , .,
--'Drug; Store foVsBie.p l i
An old established drug! store: doiog
a fair amwont 'of tmstness,' located in
Wellington, Ol, at invoice stock-. Satis
factory reasons gl.reJL- for wishing to
ell. Address : or Inquire of .7. w W.
Hoogtaton. - tf-
J. F. Eldt also aella tho celebra
ted Vienna Bread. -
A destrabtoHeose and Lot for sale cheep
From the Kew Tork jTribune.
New Tork Tribune, N.T., May 17, 1878
Da. M. H. Fsnsa, Fredonta, N.T
. Dear Sir: Please send me two mote bot
tles of yoar Blood end. liver Remedy and
Nerve Tonic. My wife has been taking It
and thinka it has done her good.
- : , Tena tralj. CLA. TRACT.
Br. Fennel's Blood, and Liver Remedy
and Nerve Tonic may well be called
"The conquering hero' ot the times. ' It
is the medio! triompU-of tha age.- Who
ever haa "the bines4 should take It,' for
it regulates and restores jhe disordered
system that gives, rise to them. It al
ways cures Billions ness and Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Coast! pa
lion, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Bpleea
Xnlargmeato, Bcrofola, Erysipelas, m
plea, Blotches,, and all ' skin eraptions
and blood disorders; 8wellext'-,'sbe aad
Dropsv; BleepVaesnem, Impl J Nerves
aad Nerroas Debility " Bea tores flesh
and strength when the system is running
down or going into decline; enres Fe
male Weakness aad Chronio Rheuma
tism, and relieves Chronic Bronchitis,
sad all Long and Throat difficulties.
It does these things by striking at the
root of disease and reauoring its causes.
Da Kfcnner'B Improved Cough Honey
win reJOve any cough in one hoar.
Dr. Psnner's Golden Relief cares any
pain, as. tooth-ache, neuralgia, colio or
headache in 8 to 8Q minutes, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint,
rrhoBa, dysentery. For sale by Dr.- 8.
Xmaraoa. Dr. Fanner's Bu Yitns
Danes Bpeciflo. One bottle always cures.
For sale by dealers. - . ? . ; ,
At wholesale by swift ct Dodd, Detroit,
Celebrated ' 'Jienna ' -Bread for
aale attne Star Bakery.
LOCAX AND MISCEULAKEOUS
NoUce F. T. Smith's new ad In
e have seen the new band stand
In the park aU3berlin, and endorse all
that has beeiTUid about it.
Rev. E. H. Bush of BrooVlyn.filled
toe At. .r. puipic sunuay last; on ac
count of the pastor's Illness.
A great number of persons of all
ages are suffering from attacks of dis
ease Incident to hot weather.
Rev. J. A. Daly is resting and
sight seeing In the states and territories
beyond the Mississippi.
The Obei-lin Base Ball Club played
the Wellingtons a game on the fair
grounds last Saturday, beating them by
a score of 11 to 4. ., . ,
' The lawn fete held by the ladies of
the Disciple Church, Saturday even
ing, on the grounds of B. F. Locke, was
well attended. .
The Traveller has come. See it at
46-eow F. T. Smith's.
The lawn fete conducted by the
ladies of the Congregational Chnrch
last week, netted the society (40; $32.40
being the gross receipts.
Pear and crab-apple trees are not
uncommon loaded with fruit, and In
some orchards there seems a very fair
supply of apples. - -
The talk of the town Is our 5 cent
counter. Just look it over.
46-eow F. T. SairsH.
A good many Welllngtonians had
ut gent business in Cleveland last week,
the races occurring at the same time,
being merely Incidental. ,
A child of E. S. Beanlsley, was
last week bitten by . a dog, which
showed unmistakable signs of hydro
phobia and was killed the next day.
There is smell of fresh lime and
paint and a look of neatn ess about the
Oberlin depot, refreshing to the dust
begrlmmed traveller who waits there.
A fresh invoice of that excellent 40
cent Japan tea at IT on gh ton's. On ac
count of the small margin of, profit, it
will only he sold in pound packages..
Pinafore Is dying, but the rush is
dally Increasing toward -oar 10 cent
counter. -p. t. smith. .
- . ; .
A. P. Dlmock has fitted up the
store-room formerly occupied by A. M.
Fitch, for the'manuTScttire and whole.
sale and retail of cigars and tobacco. . .
For Saul The" residence and
grounds known as the homestead of the
late Win Howk. AUo a fine single car
riage end harness.' 'Apply to J W.
Houghton. . : V W .' o-tr;
Parties desiring any of the leading
varieties of strawberry plants, can" be
supplied by leaving orders with , A.. L.
Dewey or with W. H. Hantiey.
The post-office Is nicely : frescoed,
being finished Saturday. The painting,
door-hanging, .etc will be, done this
weekend the building-wltl be ready
for occupancy next week. . .
Coffee made from corn parched and
steeped, and seasoned In the usual way,
is said to he a healthy . and suitable
drink for children and others suffering
from summer complaints. ' '
Saturday evening witnessed as gen.
eral a turn-out to the caucus as Welling
ton ever saw. At eight o'clock there
was scarcely a hitching' plee on the
streets unoccupied and the. walks were
thronged.' , ... .
E. W. Houghton has demonstrated
that wUh a liule effort almost any one
can have a beautiful .fernery, j A few of
these trans-planted to the north and
east sides of a house soon furnVh a'rioh
profusion of rank and yet delicate
growth of the. loveliest , of wild-wood
1 ,Jjs. W V .
The dwellings of Mr. W. Lang and
S. P. Hastings on Cortland avenue, are
progressing rapidly. 4D.Btevick has
built an addition to hl house, north of
town; ana the basement wsiis for the
new school building are being prepared
and the-work pushed as, promptly, as
possible! -i- - ' '-
The bug-bear of those who set out
for the rest and restoration of a quiet
trip by rail or steamer,' Is In meeting
the inevitable army of excursionists,
whp swoop down to'.the- number' of a
thousand or more,''khd: occupy every
available foot of space, cushioned seat,
ear floor arid steamer deck alikellttered
with the debris of untimely ' lunching.
" For years "Lawson's Curative" has
given unrweraal aatlsfaetion, end every
day It Is IncreasIrigMn popular frror.
Without doubt It is the most reliable
preparation yet Introduced for rheuma
tic diseases, and those, also which have
their 'origin in the 'nerve structure.
Wherever there is pain, inflsmmation
or swelling, use 'the "Curative," and
on will not be disappointed., , .1.
L. F. Clifford's deer park is ver
attractive and children . especially ,vea
joy the novelty of seeing the young
fawns st play. They have also a happy
family of birds, canary, gross-beak and
several domesticated orioles, "which
singly and altogether are as Interesting
'a company and as unafraid of .their
keepers as any lover of pets could wish,
taking their morning bstbs la as Jolly a
fashion as swallows by the roadside,
and alighting on hand smd head as fa
miliarly as though upon a perch. . ..
Nljne Novgorod .Fair . TJie great
market of the eastern world has been
held at this junction of the Volga - and
Olga rivers in Russia, every aummer
-for hundreds of .years. , Hei the na
tions of Europe -and" Asia meet with
their products for trade., Cossack, Chi
nese,rTurk and Persian meet the XLer
man and the Greek with every variety
of merchandise that mankind employs,
from sapphires to grindstones, tea, opi
um, fur, food, tools and fabrics, and
last but not least, medicines. J. C.
Ayer & Co.'s celebrated remedies from
America were displayed ln an elegant
bazaar, where the Doctor himself might
sometimes be seen. They are .known
and taken en steppes of Asia as well as
tho prairies of the West, and are an ef
fectual antidote for the diseases that
prevail in the yaonrts of the Norttr as
well aa the huts sod cabins of the west,
era continent. Lincoln (Hi.) Times
Two burglars effected an entrance
to Orlo Smith's house last Friday night,
by tearing the wire off the screen door,
but luckily stumbled against some
crockery that stood near and awakened
the family, who with the help of two
dors, made It so lively for them that
they beat a hasty retreat. Keep your
revolvers handy and take good aim.
The death rate is entirely too small
this class of men.
Jay was In attendance at the K. E.
Chnrch last Sunday.
W. R. Santley and family are at
Chautauqua for the season.
Mrs. C. N. Christie returned Tuesday
from a week's visit in north-eastern
S. S. Parker' and family went last
Saturday to their summer home at
Mrs. Franklin and her two daughters
from Toledo, are. visiting friends In
Miss Augusta Stevenson of Oberlin,
has been spending e week with her
friend, Mrs. A. P. Dlmock.
Rev. Mr. Albright, who has been se
verely ill since his return from Elyria,
is about again.
Adelbert St roup came home froto
Indiana last week and has gone to
Chautauqua with his father's family. .
Mrs. J. H. Woolley started for
Chautauqua, Tuesday, In company with
Mrs. P, N. Stroup and sons.
Mr. E. Jk. Roser left for Chicago,
Tuesday last, where he engages as
traveling agent for a cheese firm.. .
Mrs. Kob't Wlllard and little daugh
ter Belle, of Burton, Ohio, are visiting
friends in this place.
Mrs. A. M. Wlllard and daughter,
Miss Maud of Cleveland, have been
spending a few weeks In town, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Noble.
Mr. Milton Leonard of Akron, with
wife and daughter have been visiting at
MrJ Frank Wadsnorth's, returning
home July 25th, to find that . lightning
had struck their home and made it en
tirely uninhabitable. Other members
of the family who were, left at home,
were fortunately absent at the time of
A. S. Bradbier, in the employ of the
Singer Sewing Machine Co., and who
has been located here during the past
year, haa been promoted by the compa
ny to a collectorship, with head-quaters
at the main office in Cleveland. During
his residence here he has sold ninety
three machines against strong competi
tion. Ills departure will be regretted
by his many friends who will wish him
unlimited success In his new position.
Mr. B. F. Fitch, one of the most pros
perous merchants of Louisville, a vestry-man
and communicant ol St. An
drew's Church and a most highly es
teemed citizen of that city, died of ty
phoid fever, July 29th. . He was but
thirty-eight years of age and leaves
wife and three children.7 A. M. Fitch
went to Louisville , In response to the
telegram announcing his brother's fatal
Illness. lie w.s accompanied by a sis
ter. Mrs. O. N., Leach of Medina.
Gen. J. A. Garfield. Ohio's most gift
ed statesman, will address the citizens
Lof Lorain, at Elyria, Saturday, August
9th, 1879. on the political issues of the
day. This vail! be the only chance dur
the campaign to. hear Gen. Garfield.
Let every man who desires to hear the
political questions of the day ably dis
cussed, turn out.
E. G. JoHssoic, Chairman.
; Eltwa, O., August 6, 1379.
. Death of Mrs. John V. Wooster.
Mrs." Lavinla, widow of John F.
Wooster, . deceased, . died last Friday
morning, after a long and very distress
ing Illness from pulmonary disease. She
had become so wasted aod helpless that
weeks ago her death was daily expect
ed, and ' her protracted 4 sufferings
were painfully afflicting to sympathetic
and sorrowing hearts. The funeral ser
vices were conducted by Rev. E. H.
Bush, at her late resideuce Sunday af
ternoon.' The bereaved son and daugh
ter have the sympathy of many friends.
. Wellington Fair.
.' The managemeut of the 34th Annual
Fair, to be held August 10th to 33d, are
earnestly at work, determined to place
this in advance of any former meeting.
In addition to the usual brushing .op
for the occasion, .we have decided to
erect a permanent building for a dining
hall; a grand stand Is also being built
with shingle roof, and large enough to
seat five hundred - people,- protecting
them from sun and rain while' the trial
of speed horses or other exhibitions of
the ring are in progress, not forgetting
the various contests in the athlete de
partment. Another new feature will be a large
fountain ' operated by steam power,
throwing beautiful jets and spray and
said to prodb.ee the rainbow in all Its
perfection and beauty.
The track Is receiving special atten
tion and will be In fine condition.
Several new stalls for horses and cat
tle are being built and old ones re
paired; the grounds are being leveled
and graded; In short every thing Is be
ing put In the best possible order for
the opening day. We -confidently ex
pect this to be the most successful meet
ing ever held since the organization of
this society. Xo one can afford to stay
away. Speak to your friend about It.,
, F. B. M.
.- Grace Sumner, a young lady of
Clarksfleld, died July 34th. after three
daya illness, of Inflaaaation of the bow
' The New London Record mentions
two dwellings and a barn as being
struck by lightning in a recent thunder
storm which swept over that village.
The new M. E. Church at NewLon
don is to have a bell worth 1500.
The co-operative grocery store at
Oberlin, was burglarized August 1st,
the entrance being effected through the
out-side trap-door luto the cellar, and
goods to the amount of from $600 to
fSOO were taken.
?A son of Chaplain Collier was
drowned at Lakeside last week. '
One Larknm, who forged an order on
Lyman Baker of LaGrange for $73 In
1875, was arrested in . Pen field and
lodged In Elyria ail, after four years
wandering. Had been around the
world, he said, and being tired of trav
el resolved to return to his native land,
Mr. A. L. Randall, a new resident of
Oberlin, has leased the Oberlin Gazette
and will have entire charge, editorially
and as business manager, of that jour
nal. He says some plain things con
cernlng a local paper's right of patron
age from citizens and college, aud hints
that gratuitous puffj and notices will
not support a newspaper.
The only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Ly tie of Bennett's Corners, was
drowned In a spring near the house
while most of the family were at church,
a week ago Sunday.
The Berea Advertiser gives an Inter
esting account of a plc-nio held in' the
orchard of Mrs. Horace Adams of that
village, by a company of deaf mutes of
The Medina County Agricultural So
ciety, are to have the benefit of an ex
cursion to Lakeside, August lGth.
R. S. Giles has purchased the hand-
soue Ranyan property on Fitchville
street, Xew Londou.
The Ashland Times counsels the
voters to leave all questions open' till
the meeting of the convention and in
the second senatorial rivalry to leave all
local questions to the county where
Head Quarters .
3d O. V. C. & 25th Ohio Battkbt,
Clbyklahd, O,. July 23th, 1879.
Comrades : It Is with pleasure that
we give notice for the reunion of the
3d O. V. C. and 25th Ohio Battery at
Cleveland, August 13th, 14th and 15th,
The members will report to Captain
Win. Smith, President of the Associa
tion, Cleveland, with head-quarters at
City nail building, after reporting and
registering, the command will proceed
to Rocky River for a three days en
campment. Arrangements hrive been
made for tents and rations, at the rate
Of one dollar a day per member.
The committee In selecting title loca
tion, recommend-it as the most desira
ble one on tha Lake Shore. . The camp
to be located on Tisdale Point at Rocky
Also arrangements ,have been made
to accommodate those that wish to bring
their wlve,at the hotel on the grounds.
The committee In announcing this
our next reunion feel confident, that
with present arrangements, this will af
ford great pleasure and enjoyment, to
all. . Come prepared to make this an oo
caslon of pleasure and profit by meeting
comrades once more in camp.
Please have notices placed In all local
papers in your locality. -"
Each member is requested to furnish
Catt. William Smith, -i
Pres. 2d O. V. C. Association.
W.R. Acstik, Secretary..;. . :,, .',
A wonder" ful cure of Diphtheria. :
Three of my children had diphtheria In
Its worst form. Skin dry; lips parched
could not swallow. , With a feather ,1 .
applied Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammo
nia to the tonsils, rubbed over their
throats and chests. Great ' chunks of .
stuff came from the throats, the skin be
came moist, fever left them, and nnder
the Almighty care I attribute their cure
to Dr. Giles Liniment., ' ",
. .. Jakx Ku.lt,.
Cor. Tonnelll Ave., & Bleecker St.,
Jersey City Heights, N. J; '
Sold by all druggists. Send for pam
phlet. 1 i ' ' Da Giles, . ...
; ' 120 West Broadway, N. T.
. Sold by J. W. Houghton, Wellington,
O. Trial size 35 cento. . .; .
Advertised Letters. ' "
List of letters remaining unclaimed
In Wellington P. O., for the week end
ing August 2, 1873 :' '
C. B. Agnew, J. p. Benedy, John H.
J; T. Oonnr. P.M.
. When calling far the above please
say "Advertised." ..;
New Tokk, March, 1876.
Giles fc Co. Gents: I have for
more than one year prescribed your
Liniment with the very best results. I
have found It as an application In in
flamatlon of the lung (pneumonia) or
In pleurisy, one of the very beat. It
penetrates the tissues or parts rapidly.
lit caaes of Irregularity of the heart's
actioo depending on nervous irritation,
It acts promptly. After being made ac
quainted with the combination of your
Liniment, and seeing its action in so
large a number of cases, I do not hesi
tate to recommend it both to the public
and the profession. Yawira truly,
Robert S. Newton, M. D.,
137 W. 47th St.
Sold by all druggists. Sond lor pam
phlet. Da. Giles,
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
Sold by J. W. Houghton, Wellington,
O. Trial size 35 cents.
; ELYRIA. .
August 4, 1S79.
W. L. Fay," E., left last Tuesday
evening for New lork. He sailed for
Europe on 8ittarday. ...
Rev. L II. McConnell of the M: E.
Church, ' leaves to-morrow night for " a
trln in the West. '
The bids for the new court house were
a surprise to the grumblers, who were.
Out in full force, and who have never
failed to predict a failure in letting the
contract. The contract is to be let to
W. D. Richardson, and all arrangments
will be made during the present week.
Work will be commenced at once and
the basement walls will be completed
dunng the fall.
John Robinson will be here to-morrow
with his "strictly moral circus."
. The water works are progressing finely.
The county convention will take place
Saturday. The many friends of Mr.
George P. Metcalf are confident that he
will be re-nominated for prosecutor. By
consulting the papers on tile in the Aud
itor's office, it will be seen that George
P. Metcair haa collected for the use of
the county daring the five years of his
administration, the sum of $12,908 06.
We doubt whether a better recommend
for his continuance in that office can be
offered. From th la statement it would
seem that the criminal branch of the
oourt has been- self sastsing, includ
ing even the salary of Mr. Metcalf. It
is the feeling among those best informed
that his services are still called for.
August 2. 1879.
The announcement of the death of
Gracy Sumner was ushered upon us last
week. Uracy, dying so suddenly caused
a great deal of suspicion of being f only
dealt with. A Jury was called and ex
amined the case,' but nothing gained
therefrom to convict any one. Gracy
was an orphan girl and possessed more
than ordinary capability in the way of
composing poetry. - -
Charles Bentley is m a fair way to
loose the sight of one eye; caused from
getting a wheat beard in It.
Some threshing has been done with
fair amonnt of grain and of good qual
ity. A match game of base ball is to be
played here this afternoon, between the
Brushwoods of Wakeman township and
our home club. Fenis.
' - : CHEESE.
Little Falls. Aug. 4th, 1379.
Coeesk. Large offerings, (ower pri
ces and a very dull market are the
main features of the day; Prices are
fully one-fourth cent below last week's
figures and lower than was ever known
before for factory cheese, the bulk of
the sales being made at SQSc. We
believe that this week last year lower
prices were realized than at any time
during the season.
Farm Dairies. There were C25
boxes farm dairy cheese sold at 3)
Butter. Only 15 packages of but
ter were brought In, and these sold at
10 and 13c, mostly 12l3c.
Utica. Quotations are: Extremes,
41 to 5?4c.; average, ojj'c; leading
, . Wellington, August 61879.
By an oversight the buying price of
cheese for the three last weeks has been
left standing at 5 cents. There is never
less than one cent difference between
the buying and selling price. The buy
ing quotations should have been as fol
lows: "July 17,' 4 cts.; July 24, 4 to
; July 31st, 4 to 4J. The market is
unchanged from last quotations and the
market is yery.quiet at those figures.
We quote: Buring,(nakcd)44icts;
billing, (boxec) 5 cents.'
The shipments of cheese for the week
ending Aug. 5, are as follows : No. of
Boxes 4,707; No. of pounes 184,050.
Butter for the same time as follows :
No. of pkgs. 432; No. of pounds
Wellington Produce Market.
corrected wreelY' bt Baldwin, laon-
don co. .
Applea, dried. lb.....J
Applea. rtkh, be....
Beeswax. lb Xi
Geese dreaaed. V lb 00
Hay, w ton a uo
Hams smoked. V lb e
Hides, rreen. a) lb....sw5
Maple Sugar, at lb...JNalo
Potatoes, ai bu.... 3S
Raca.) b 1
Halt.Sne.fi bbl. .....! 33
R.nlt.Ashtori.ai lb 3
Malt, Common. a bbl.. 1 2.1
Salt. Solar. bbl 2 00
Sheep Pelta. lb .2W31 00
Turkers dreaaed. V lb
Beana, V bo 1 SO
BurkvhML a hn n
Cblckenadmaed.il lb. ..6
Jlf BUnm. y lb., 7
uwn paDL .awn)
Dark dressed, V lb IO
' Creamer. Bl lb..... .16'
Dilrr. m lb lia
unrii r ooa ...
RiTtmotby seed,..! 2jil o
r camera, id
....701 WOOL lb J33S
Grain, Flour and Feed. .
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY H., B. HAMLIN.
Bran, a) cwt TS. ton IS 00
Com. shelled. bu so
Corn In ear, V ba.......so
data, V bn o
Clover seed. bo S 73
Timothy seed. bn...l 50
Com, shelled. bo..... .43
Cora, in ear. ,il. .43
Oata. bu SO
Wheat, ba aoe
Clorer seed. bo .a 60
Timothy seed. bu...l 33
Best WRite, a aaca .
Beat lied, V nek..
No. a. a sack
Graham. V cwt. t
uucKwoeat f loor,...
Bolted Meal. V cwt ..
Btrarta.! cwt ,
Oil Meal, V cwt
LADIES aod GENTLEMEN are invited
to call and examine the best line of
that waa- ever brought into market, aod we
will convinc yon tbat we ara selling
STOVES as low as any other place on the
Western Reserve. We have a new Cooking
.torn, manufactured by the same company
that got np the old Stewart Stove, which is
as much ahead of that as that was ahead of
the old Cliuton Air Tight. It has been on
the market about one year, aad its sales
have rapidly increased, and now it is claimed
by every one to be the brat and luost con
venient Stove made. : So do not bay any
other until you have seen the TRAVELER.
Should yon want a cheaper one, we can
surely anit you, as we have aa endless vari
ety of that elaaa. Among them are the
Stewart Range, Dresden Rauge, Norwood,
Ranis, Spirit of '76, Napoleon, and many
T I IT WARE!
Milk Fans and MUk Pails at Wholesale
or Retail, or any thing else you may want
TUT OH AGATE
Ware line. We have a few mnreol those 80
aad 40 gallon Milk Cans, which we will
close out at Wholesale Prices, so do not de
lay until they arn all tone.
We keep a full Assortment, of Cultiva
tors, Flows, Horse Rakes, KorVs, Scythes
and Snaths, Shovels, Spades, Ao.
A fine line of Porcelain lined and plaiu
Wood Pumps, and the varioua styles of
Iron Pitcher Pumps.
Are offered ou our
Fire Aud Ten Cent
The number and variety of really useful
articles that can be purchased, ia aatouUkiug.
Call and look it ever, and when yon waut to
buy you will n ot forget it.
Tin R-wfiuw. Etveinontiuir. or any other
kindot repair work iu
TIN, COPPER, or SHEET-
; IRON WARE !
We would aar that we keen first Class
Workmen. In rexard to prices, we will
gu aiantee there to be as low aa the lowest.
F. T. SMITH.
Kotlce la hereby sires that tbe aaderslinad has beaa
appointed and qnallSed aa Administrator of the es
tate of Armenia Herrtck, lata of Lorala Coonty.
. 8. at. WOOLCOTT.
Wellington, Ohio, Aonuts, 187 a. 40-St.
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 est 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 4
Hall kept the best cigars in , town, is
celebrated for good sense and judgment
he never told a lie.
Tou will find the best Crackers and
Flour at the place where all that good
Coffee comes from, which is at
BOWLBY & UALL.
The most delicious . and wholesome bread
hi the world, is the
Baked by Heflebower's Vienna Hodel
Bakery, 364 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. .
Ladles and erentletuen vislUosr Cleveland
should go to the Vienna Cafe, Euclid Avo.,
opposite Opera House, for lunch. Vienna
Coffee, Imported delicacies, Vienna Rolls,
the same as at the Philadelphia Centennial.
W. W. Harvey Is agent In Wellington for
this bread, and will receive it fresh daily by
TRAIN BAKER At the residence of the
bride's . mother, August 4th, 1S79, by the
Rev. P. C. Bunt, Mr. John B. Train of Mich
igan, to Mia Sarah V. Baker of Penfield.
ELLIOTT. At the residence of his father.
Benjamin Elliott, Wellington, O., Lewis B.
Elliott; aged 37 years. .
J. "77V HOTJGHTOIT,
offers a large variety of jcoxls. use ful and. orna
mental. Including .
QQMBS, POCKET BOOKS, '
rOmUS r LA S I LKS,
.. COUGH BALSAMS, .
- PAIN KILLER,: .: ..
ot an kind. . , .
FAMILY GYE' BTtiFFB,
Patent Medicines & -
; i :.(.'
Soaps for the toilet, and housekeeper., . ,
LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEYS, and
SHADES. . . ; '
. i - .... i... ; I;.
rQ7 Colomio" Bottbs, Fiao
Colonies, awxaitercA't -as- ,
tracts, and . Tooth
l Powders. : ' r
BX BKAUT1TUL tXPLAM MAIDENS.
The maidens of the famous Seneca tribe,
of Indians who once roamed over the pic-'
turesque aud beautiful valleys and lofty
hills of the upper Allegheny river now the
famous oil regions of Pennsylvania), were
noted among all the neighboring tribes for
the wealth and -beauty of their tresses,,
which were of remarkable length and ex
quisite fineness of texture, and in color so
black, that the simile of the raven's wing
was hardly a just comparison; aa elegant
background that brought out the olive
brown complexion of - the maidens, and
formed an exquisite and charming picture
of savage female loveliness delightful to be
hold. Why their hair was of such rare
beauty aud of such extreme length was a
deep, puzzling mystery to the maidens of
all the neighboring tribes, and was a source
of continual jealousies on their part. It
has long remained a mystery, and. would
no doubt have died away altogether with
the rest of the Indian traditions had not
the discovery of petroleum oil furnished
the cne, apd mankind now possesses the
great secret which had remained sealed
within the Third-Sand, rock of oblivion,
until released by the band of scientific in
dustry, it gushes forth in treasures of petrol
eum to the world. But the knowledge wbs
practically useless to the prematurely bald
and gray, as no one in civilized society could
tolerate the use of refined petroleum as a
dressing for the hair. But the skill of one
of our chemists has overcome the difficulty,
and, by a process known only to himself,
he has, after very elaborate and costly ex
periments, succeeded in deodorizing pe
troleum, which renders it susceptible of.
being handled as daintily as the famous
4au de cologne. The experiments with the
deodorized liquid on the human hair were
attended with the most astonishing results.
A few applications, where the hair was thin
and Calling, gave remarkable tone and vigor
to the scalp and hair. Every particle of dan
druff disappears on the first or second dres
sing, and the liquid, so searching in its na
ture, seems to penetrate to the roots atonce,
and set up a radical change from the start.
It is well known that the most beautiful col
ors are made from petroleum, and by some
mysterious operation of nature the use of
this article gradually imparts a beautiful
right brown color ttf the hair, which, by
continued use, deepens to a Black." ' The
color remains permanent for an indefinite
length of time, and the change is so grad
nal that the most intimate friends ear
scarcely detect its prOfrress. ' In a word, it
is the most wonderful discovery of the age,'
and well calculated to make tbe prema
turely bald and gray rejoice. The name
Onrboline has been given to the article,
and is put up in a neat and attractive man
ner, and sold by all dealers in drugs and
medicines. Price One Dollar a bottle.
TltTJTH. AT TBI BOTTOM OF A VTXXX
Truth comes to n as goM is washed down
the mountains of the Sierra Nerailas, in
minute but precious particles, and is still
truth, though, it be found at the bottom of
an oil well, like Corboliue the great nat
ural hair restorer, which etJoctuaJlr pre
vents I lie falling out of tho hair, the accum
ulations of dnndrnff, and the premature
change in color due to a diseased condition
of the scalp and the glands which uourish
the hair, it is well known that the most
beautiful colors are made from petroleum,
aud ly some mysterious operation of na
ture the use of this article gradually im
parts a beautiful liuht brown color to the
hair, which, by continued use, deepens to
a black. The color remains permanent
for an indefinite length of time, and the
change is so gradnnl tbat the most intimate
friends can scarcely detect its proeress. la
a word, it is the most wonderful discovery
of tho age, and well calculated to make
the prematurely bald and gray rejoice.
Carboline is put np in a neat and attrac
tive manner, and sold .by all dealers ia
Jrugs and medicines.
. The Friend of All !
"I had bo appetite; Holloway's Fills save me a
nearly one." .
"Tonr Pills are marvelous." j.
"I sead ler another box and keep them In the
"'Dr. Hollovay haa cured my headache tbat waa
"I frsve one of your Pira to my babe for cholera
uviutM. iuc Hwuiue uuns; got vcu in auay.
"My nausea of a morning la now cured.
Your box of Holloway'a Ointment cured me of
noises In the head. I rubbed some of your Ointment
oenina roe cars ana tne noise nas left." r . . .
"Send ma two boxes; I arant one for a poor family.
"I enclose a dollar; your price ia 23 centa, but the
medicine to me la worth a doUar."
"Send me Sve boxes of your PlUa." ' "
' "Let me have three boxes of Vorxr Puis by return
mail, for Chills and Fever." . j
I have over two hundred sues testimonials as these,
but want of apace compels me to conclude.
. For Cutaneous' Disorders.
And all eruptions of the akin, this Ointment Is most
Invaluable. It doea not beal externally alone, but
penetrates with the most searching effect to the very
root, of the evu. - ,
Possessed of this remedy, every man rosy
be his own doctor. It may be rubbed Into
the system so as to reach any internal com
plaint; by these means it cures sores or ul
cers in the throat, stomach, liver, spine, or
other parte. It is an infallible remedy for
bad legs, bsd breasts, contracted or stiff
joints, gout, rheumatism and all skin dis
eases. l3rPOHTA3TT CllmoX. Xoiui .r SOTinfn. TinlM.
the signature of J. Havoook. as siren for tbe United
dum, Bunvuaaa racn uox ox fills ana Ulnuuent.
Boxes at SScnta. 83 cents, and f l each. '
tar-There Is considerable saving by taking the larger
H. B Hamlin.
. V, Headquarters . For .
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN,
Has on sale anew Brand of Floor, of
absolutely the best quality In town, at
tne samo price you pay for inferior
kinds. . Try it, and get rid of that bane
of the family, bad bread..
Tarmers 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
most apply fertilisers to tlietr lands. ,
have been . proved to be the most pow
erinl, beet aud cheapest fertilizer in the
market. Made by expe'rjenccd 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.Jlv.. Deoot. ' .
4in-3S-tf:l: ::, ...( -Wellington, Ohio, ;
' Bargain!?! Bargains! "
' Call ' and ' examlnte my stock and pri
ces before purchasing elsewhere. There
is no stock to compare with it, either in
extent or variety. : !: '-:
Trimmed Bonnets and Hats, at 51.00,
$1.60, $3.00, $3.50 and np. :.: ,. ....
Leghorn, Ilats, at 60c Too $1.25, and
Imitation Leghorn, at 25c 372C 50c
and 75c; 7, .. . ,.. ',','.'
Children's Hats, from 121 cents to
' A great variety of Ribbons and Flow
ers, very cheap. ...., ...:' "
Bargains irtSllka and Satins, at 30o
50o 750 $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 and $2.00 per
yard. : ':; ; v ;; :-
New , Fancy 0oods. Laces at 1 very
low prices.- The Finest line of ! Em
broidery ever offered in Wellingtoii. l'.
bargains in Hosiery and Corsets, . i
Do not forget to cull. , ,.;.;
-v. ' MRS. H.- NV EOCKWOOD. .
A G It I C U L T U R A L
' . , AGENCY. -
Buckeye Ivjfower iaiid Reaper,
' ;Tiger Sulky Rake. :
. Thomas Sulky Rakel A '
Aultman '& '. Taylor Threshing
t Machines. '.
Superior Grain Drill.
Dnnkirk Cultivator. 7
Bone meal , and Phosphate
standard . Fertilizers. . Look
through my stock before pur
Wru. Morrow, Agt,
34,3m. .. . , Wellington, O.
do at the bnsfneaa we offer. Ko room to explain here,
1 on enn devote all vonr time or on'y jtmr nprs time
to tne b uiri eat, and make great pay for every hoar
that von work. "Women make as much as men. Send
icr special private terms and nartlcnlars, which we
man tree. s wutnt irce. uon t complain 01 naru
times when yon have surfi a chance. Address H.
UAJLLKTT CO.. Portland, Maine. 37-ly
A Qood Flan. ;
The most profl table way of deal tug In stocks Is by
combining: many orders and eo operating tbein as a
whole, dlvidiujr proftta pro rata anions taharoholdeTa,
acoordlns; to the mark-it, monUily. Each cuttmer
thns secures all the adrantatrea of Immense capital
and experienced skill, and can ase any amount, froni
uso aoiiasTs to ten taousana aoiiara. '
eonal prouortlonatc succes. "New Yi
or more, with
purler" and new circular mailed free. Fall Informa
ortr SucK lie
tlon for any one to operate succc&stiilly.
Al'ii KT PvoMaualHaM aJ X
OOO A YEAH for honest, lntel-ls;ent ba?l
meas ncu ur aarenta. New baln. a; llcrht
9 work. Address COFKmATivn Aaxxati
Madlion, lnd, ' -il-tiuo.
TO founo A Tear or $5 to
your own 10-
" makrri mnrn f
make more than amonnt
stated above. Ko one can fil to make mon-y fast.
Any one can do the work Toucan make from fifty
cents to two dollars au honr by devoting your eve
nings snd spare time to this business. It costs notta
Ins; to try tUe bulness. Nothlna like it for money
making crcr offered before. Builneas plcaaaot anu
strictly honorable. Reader, tf yon want to know all
about the best paying business before the public, se:d
a yottr address ant we will send yon full particulars
nil private terms Tree; samples worm aiso iree-
you can then maka up yMis xnioa ror yourseit. Ad:
dress CtEOKciU STISSOU CO.. FusHIaud, Maine.
ave warrant vr;;r
Superior Whiteness' and Fine
ness, and absolutely purity
: : in our bran d ' of strictly , i
PURE WHITE LEAD
and will Dav THIRTY
DOLLARS for every ounce of
; aud alteration found m on '
of our packages.' -
. ;. , ' T. U. NKVIX A CO., '
; ! . - Pittsburgh, PaV
Baldwin, Laundon & Co., Sole
Agents, 'Wellington, Ohio. 3a-tf.
n f . A WEEK In your own town, and
)V i I no capital rlski-d. Ton cn give
-'v Jyv ne btuln-M trial without ?x
Jnlk Wf m penae. Tbe best opportimtij ever
All offered to those wilHitK t wort.
T J w Vou stioaK) try nothinjc else mil
N-rT tmi we f.ir TouraeLf whr von c-.n
Is found at the waterooms of .
A C. & 6. L. C0UC1I,
"Wei 1 It. gftonV O.
Great additions have been made to
tbe 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. - IThe public
can see at their showrooms very fine
Which they offer at very Low Prioea.
VTe 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 bnsiuess
we guarantee to keep in good condition
all bodies put in our charge for any
length of time desired, without change
H I E D-
CetaVe and see two of the best work
ing Plows in the country. . Warranted
to give satisfaction' f rices reduced.
Do you wish to use Paints and Oils ?
Ton can find the best quality in the
PHCEJUX LEAD and In the DAYTON
OIL, an article that will stand tbe win
try blasts. :) .
Come and. bo surprised at the low
price of the best quality, of , Whips.
They cannot, be surpassed. .
'- In Cutlery, both table and pocket. I
can give extra bargains. They are the
Dest aiakea. ; -,! :'
' , la Brushes I have a large 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 roan and
dare not tell you all, please come and
see for yourselves. i- .
' Come and see the new' Barn Door
Roller. A very practical .roller.
Now is the time to buy Wire .Screen
cheap. : ; . , i , i : . ... ; .
Wm. Chisholm & Son's Spades, Shov
els, Scoops: just glajice at them as you
goby. ' 1 ':-'
" Sole Agents for Miller BroVs Chcml
cal Paint. ' '.
J. S. 'WOOlalilSY.-
- . tl
Iiight-Rnnninfir i"s '
Doi estic Se wlg Machine
Pti. TTVnVRRT mPI -which ' la thm
best and only thing of tbe kind ever used, is
dow a part of the machine, and, with the
new Self-Threading Shuttle, Belf-Adjustlng
MacuIIm nw T.tcA-tin: I liimhinatloil . Wheel
and other improvements makes it the best
Under-feed Bearing Machine made. A am
aiso agent xor uie
Davis Vertical Faed:' ;;.
T 1 .!
: . - The New Home
Sewing Machine eafch of which bos advan
tages peculiar to itself, which recommends
them for a variety bf uses and make them
recant! to none in the market.
Paities desiring machines will find it to
their advantaee to cive me a eall. AU ma
chines warrautetl. All' kinds of ' Sewing
Machine Needles and also a fine quality of
Sewing Machine Oil kept for sale. -
S. P.'HASTIJTGS, Ag't, ;
Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, O
. Jan. lflth IjT. . : ! , - :
IT WILL PAY YOU
, -V . . -
,, - . To bny your SHIRTS of . ....
.aT." W.:ECIOS3Bi?r,,' .
Practical piiirt Maker,, . - , , Mansfield, O.
X. T, Hills or Wamsutta, 2300 linen!. 24.00
k " .. ; . . ,,' . , 1800 ,,'-,, 18JX)
As good as any eastern shirt,,; ;; 1 14.00
SiX. Shirts for- . -f -ijt.:,,.,- -6.00
1 1 do my own cutting and. can furnish a
bettor Ottiog and better ahirt than yom can
get elsewhere. Measure taken by , . .
m .-: . l .v-.JT. X LEACH, Agent, ,
At Harvey's. ;r -,:! Wellington, O.
P. S. A nice line ot Imported shirtings.
V't,: SODA WATER, r ;:
LEMONADE, ICE CREAM,
' :- ' -":! AND "'' " -i-' '
Zf REFRESHMENTS. - i ;
For cliurcn and benevolent
objects I: will make reasonable
aeauetions, also to mercnantr.
. Please do-not forget that I keep a fall an p.
ply ;of Orooeriea and Provisions, together
Willi Fruits and Confectionery, Tobacco and
Cigars, Loach aad Hot Tea and Coffee at all
hours, aud ao pains spared to accemaaodate
all who call. ...' ? . -!:-' -M I- V?'
Thankful for past favors I remaia your
hoinble setvant, - . j -- - -