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Thursday, August 28, 1879.
J. W. HOUGHTON. M. H. HOUGHTON.
C. O. O. & I. B. B. Time-table.
Trains Isave Wellington Station aa fol
lows : - .
. GOING SOUTH.
Ha L-Cta, In. Express aa4 Hs0........8:S7 A. n.
Xa, a 8. Loots Ctaelaaatl Express,... Siior.a.
we. s. Hisnt fima, MaD ... B-.sar.n.
Ha. T. Cssvelsaa woain lalliss. S:SO P.M.
Local FT1-hla a: 37 a. a. ud a:SO p. m.
KawS. Klht Ilium, Allan. .. . 5:40 a. a.
a. . St. LaalaACfcs. Kxprra Allan.... 1:15 p.m.
Ho. a, ovuaaTipiaai, a:sa p.au
Ho. a. qsviilssa' AoeomaMdMtoa. 8:37 a. a.
Local rrelchta,.....................JK5:J0 P..
W. H. FI8BKB. Agaat.
DISCIFLX CHURCH". Services rvrrr Sabbath at
1U-.30 A- at and 7:00 P. M. Sabbatn School at 11
I. Prayer Meatlac oa Tharaday nealaaa. W. B.
COTORKOaTIOTf AL CHURCH. Berrlees every
Sabbath at K:JO A. M. and 7:U P. M. Sabbath
Be bowl at 13 It. Prarrr Viectlna oa Tharadaj svea
laga. J. A. Italy, aaator.
METHODIST KP1XPAL CHTTBCH. - Ocrrlcri ev
err Sabbath at NKSOA. U. aad7:ouP. U. sabbath
Sabbath School at I a M. Prarar Mcctlas oa Tbara-
SUy nine. V. a. AlMlcbt. p
Arrival aud Departure of Malls.
' Oberttn, 1 Arrive Tneaday, Tbaraday and Saturday
aa A. a. mbtc aa s r. m.
I Arrira dally at K) A. M. Leave at
- &.ZlarhamaU. t II A. M.
HaatrssTton, Arrira V oaday. Wedneaday aad Vrl
- Sullivan, leay at I P. M. Leave Ta-adar.Tbaia-Polk.
) day atd Saturday at l:90 A. M. .
. PeafleM. ) --
Spencer, f Arrira Tui aday. Tharrday aad Parar
Hiaaai in', f day at 11A.M. Leava at 1 P. M.
The aaVlressWbeloaeaelipap-r shows the data to
.woieh the sahserlhor has aaid, thaa:
I ; v Jerry Smith 1 jan 79
- BtaalSeathat Mr. Smith haa pal for his paper anttl
Jaaaan 1st. lam Th aiali list a ewreered waakly.
By ooa-altlaa ta add-ma l.bei amy aabeerlbrr eaa
toll la aa lastaat how hla aeeoaat etanda. .ad whsth
ar ha has raoalvad prjsr credit aa avr hooka.
A; M. Fitch ia now in the
Enter n market. He will vis
New York, Boston and the
leading markets of the East.
.When be returns his customers
jnay expect to see the nicest
line of Clothing and Men's
Furnishing Goods ever brought
to Wellington, and at prices
that can't be beaten.
Mr. Fitch wiitesto bis clerk, Mr.
: Kilborn, that the clothes that wero
- - bought some months ago aud that he is
' having made Into suits and overcoats,
1 have adranced from IS to SO per cent.
4 since they were pnrchascd, and that
tits factories will not now take orders
except st the ad ranee d price. Goods
that were purchased before the ad
Tance will be sold as though no ad
vance bad been made. Those who bay
their clothing of Mr. .Fitch this Fall
will save money.
DIAMOND 8HIRT8, 75 cents to $1-50;
other breads at SO to 65 easts at Titch's.
. For Sale.
House and lot oa North Main street.
Inquire ofA. 8. Powers. tf
Wanted, stock-breeders sad dairvmen to
know that R. T. Janes, of Wellington, has a
Aae Jersey boll, bred by the noted importer
aad breeder, W. I Gardner, Norwalk, Ohio.
"J It Is UMMtmghbred and Is recorded in the
. ' ' Americas Jersey Cattle Club Beciater, and
s a very flee animal. Those interested
please call at his (arm la the north part of
No Deception Used.
It Is strange so many peoph- will eontlnue
to suffer day after day with Dyspepsia, Liv
er complaint. Constipation, Sour Stomach,
. General Debility, when tney can procure at
-. our store Shuoh's Vital! ser, free of cost if
It does- not cure or relieve them. Price 73
cents. Sold by Everett A Starr, Wellington.
Xreratt A Starr tell stricUy Pure Lead
and Colors; also Pioneer Prepared , Paint,
manufactured by T. H. Nevln A Co., Pitts.
- barjrh. 88-Smos
J, lo to Xreratt A 8tarr's for T. H. Nerin
A Co.'a Pioneer Prepared Paint, mixed ready
Wsrraated to fte sauslaeuou. .
r x Prog; Store for Sale.
Ab old established drag store doing
a fair soManat of business, located, in
Welllogton, O., at Invoice stock. Satis
factory reasons given for wishing to
' sen. Address or Inquire of T. W.
Hoaghton. r . ' : tf
A dseirablo ifeuse aad Lot tor sale cheap.
.Apply to J. H. Beldaa. Sltf
From the Father of the Bepubli
oan Party. . ,
" A. N. Cole is the veteran editor of tbe Gen
esee Valley fraa Preaa. Ua ia the man who
' - Srst eslled a convention la the State of New
' York to form the Republican Party in 1854.
. He writes:
WrLunui, N. T , Jan. 17, 1877.
Da. Jf. M. Pmrnn. Fredonla, N. T.,
: Dear Sir- Several members of my family
havtna; made nae ofyonr Blood and Liver
r." Samedy and Nerve Toole, and aatiafled aa
we are of its efficacy, I desire to -purchase
directly of yon. I am Intelligently convinced
of the value of your Poo plea' Remedies.
' Bend me tv exDreea one-halt doaen bottlea
"- ' of the Blood aad Liver Remedy and Nerve
Tonic. . Kespecuuuy, -
... A. N. COLE.
'- Br. Fenners Blood and Liver Remedy
sad Nerve Toaio may ' well: be called
- "The conquering hero" ot the times. It
I ' . Is the medical triumph of the age. Who-
ever has the blues" should take It, for
it regulates and restores the disordered
system that gives rue to tnem. it si'
ways cores BiUioasneaa aad Liver Com
plaint, Jaoadice, Dyspepsia, Oonsiipa
; ' tioa. Headaches, Fever sad Arue, Spleen
" - Fsrgments, Bcroiuia, JErystpeias. run-
- vies. Blotches, and all akin eruptions
sad blood djBorders; Swelled Limbs and
- Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves
: " sad Nervous Debility; Restores flesh
- sad strength when the system is running
down or going into decline; ' cures Fe
male Weakness aad Chronic Rheuma
tism, aad relieves Chronic Bronchitis.
i and all Lnng aad Throat difficulties.
r It doss these things by striking st the
root of d iseass and remorinsr its causes.
Da Fanner's Improved Cough Honey
will rsXs) vs say cough la oae hoar.
Dr. IN nner's Golden Relief cares any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colio or
't headache ia S to 80 minutes, and readily
relieves rnenmausm, kidney-complaint,
diarrhea a. dysentery. For sale bv Dr. S.
B. Em arson. Dr. Fanner's Bt. . Vitas
Danos Bpeciflo. One bottle always cares.
For sale by dealers.
At waoieeaie by IS win m Dodd, Detroit,
LOCAL AITD MISCEULANE OTJS
A big line of Boots and Shoes, st
Frank B. Sbrage's.
E. 0. Foote had the misfortune to
lose s horse, dying after a short illness
Fall styles of Ladies' Hats and
Bonnets Just received at
' Mas. A. H. Pautcr's.
There is no better place to buy
drags and medicines than st J. W.
For stationery, school book, snd
all school supplies, go to Houghton's
drug and bookstore. - tf
For Sale. The residence and
grounds known as the homestead of the
late Wrn. ITowk. Also a fine single car
riage and harness. Apply to J. W.
The M. E. Church Social Union
will be held on Friday evening next, at
the residenco of S. P. HasUnga on
Cortland Avenue. A cordial invitation
8 extended to all.
The simplicity aad scantiness of
costume of some of the athletics at the
Fair wa doubtless very comfortable?
but certainly a new departure so far
from the Sandwich Islands.
The Cleveland Paper Company
have been unfortunate in loss by a sec
ond fire within a few weeks, the lastoc-
cnrlng Saturday night. Snpposed to
have originated by spontaneous com
busUon, The excursion to Chippewa Lake,
projected by the Sabbath School of the
Congregational Church, Is to occur one
week from next Saturday. Full par
ticulars will be announced next week
as to time and rates.
J. N. Bsrnum's store, at Clarks-
field, was lately burglarized of -$50.00
worth of boots snd shoes, $100.00 In
dry goods and notions, and $35.00 In
money. They got In by using a step
ladder from a neighboring barn , and
prying open a window.
Mr. Henry Allyn, who has spent
fourteen years In the flouring mill at
Oberlln, and has made himseli a good
reputation as a miller In that commu
nity, has been employed by I. L. Corn-
stock to take charge of his mill. He
moved his family here this week.
Ltkesidesnd Chautauqua visitors
have mostly tetutned, each and all en
thusiastic over what they have seen,
heard and enjoyed, but confess that
there was very little of the "rest" in
their vecatlon st these crowded resorts.
No need of going to the city for aid
to eyesight. J. W. Houghton keeps
Just the ssme qualities of spectacles,
eye-glasses and all kinds of optical
goods, fits as accurately, sells them for
less money, repairs frames, changes
the glasses to suit failing sight, snd
warrants satisfaction In every case.
Some hundreds of people within
the past week have walked clear np to
where the postofflce used to be before
noticing or recollecting that it was
gone and exclaiming "ohr" etc., -and
children continue to enquire of the Ig
norant store-keepers that remain if
there isn't a letter for Mr. or Mrs. or
Miss so and so, and keep on staretng at
the pigeon holes of our private desk as
If they believed there were still letters
there for the public If we would only
hand them over.
The Trustees of the Wellinrton
Library Association hereby extend
their congratulations to Its friends, up
on the happy success attendant upon
their efforts to promote Its Interests ia
connection with the Agricultural Fair.
After all expenses were paid we were
enabled to pay into our Treasury,
$361.00 as the net proceeds of our un
dertaking. Oar thanks are doe to the
young ladles and gentlemen who so
generously and arduously worked to
achieve this result, aad to the entire
community, who by liberal contribi
tions and patronage assured that' sue-
By the aeal manifested we are
advised thst a deep interest is felt In
the community of this and adjoining
towns in oar library, which will be
enhanced by new and well chosen
books which will soon fill enr shelves
Miss Ella Foote returned Tuesdsy
from her trip to Evansville.
Rev. V. C. Randolph and wife of 111.
are visiting at E. W. Houghton's.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ives left Tues
dsy for Philadelphia and Brooklyn.
E. W. Adams and wife and Mrs. Ar
thur Wooster, reached home from Chi
cago last week.
W. W. Harvey has a slater and a
brother's wife from Chicago, visiting
at his home.
Miss Jennie Gardner, who baa been
at Lakealda about two weeks, returned
Prof. Case of Chautauqua fame, con.
ducts the musical convention at Avon.
the first week In September.
Mr. Everett, of the firm of Everett &
Starr, started East Friday morning, for
a visit to his old home at Portland, Me. '
' . Dr. M. Strong of New. York, was in
WellIngtonfTharsday. the guest of N.
Hnckins, and called on some of his old
. Miss Kate S. Clisbee. daughter of
Rev. E. P. Clisbee of Oberlln, was
married August 16th, to Arthur H.
Ferry or Berea. . .
O. Sweet, who has taus-ht music
clsses here for two or three years past,
goes to Jsynesville, Wis., to teach In
the institute for the blind. :
For 30 days from date, August 25th to
September 25th, we will make fine re
touched and burnished photos for $1.00,
$1.50 and $240 per dozen ; usual price,
$2.00 and $3.00 per dozen. We do this
to Introduce our work.
HaBBIXQTOH at SWTHBHABT,
.West Salem, O.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
In Wellington P. On for the week end.
ing August 23, 1879 :
Mrs. Emily Hawley, Sarah A. Mall-
J. T. Oonsw, P. M.
. When calling for the above please
Prices to suit the times, at
Fbaxk B. Skbagb's.
The snnual roll call of the 103d Reg
iment O. N. I., will be held at La-
Grange, Lorain county, O., on the C,
C, C. A I. R. R., on Tuesday and
Wednesday, September 9th and 10th,
1879. Ordered that yon report lor duty
In light marching order, with two
days rations in haversack. Meals can
be procured at the hotel by those who
Da. L. D. G sua wold, President.
Da. D. H. Brixkbbhoft, Vice Pres.
C. H. Kihbaix, Secretary.
A special meeting of the members of
the Wellington Library Association
will be held in the library rooms, on
Thursday evening Sept. 4th, st 7
o'clock, to elect two Trustees to fill va
cancies in the Board, and a Book Com
mittee of seven members, and for the
transaction of such other business as
may be presented.
Br Obdeb Boabd or Tbcstbxs.
Attention, Soldiers of Lorain.
At a meeting of veteran soldiers held
at Elyria, Saturday, August 23, It was
decided to hold a plc-nlc and reunion
of veteran soldiers of Lorain county, at
LaGrange, the 10th day of September
Yon are not only cordially invited,
but urged to make an extra eflort to be
present on that occasion.
By order of
Chairman Executive Committee.
At the Fair Friday afternoon, two
young men were driving furiously,
when their buggy turned over and
they were thro n out, one of them
having his leg broken at the ankle
Joint. Dr. McCIaren was called, and
after an examination pronounced It a
sertous break. The bones were set and
the young man sent to his home to re
flect, and we hope, to resolve that he
will never again touch Intoxicating
drinks under sny circumstances.
One of the horses in the "Sweep
stakes Trot," while scoring threw his
driver from the sulky, and dashing
down the track made five rounds be
fore he was stopped.
The people crowded Into the track,
and a child was ran over by Rube
Miller, 'who was a contestant In one of
the foot races.
' The New London Picnic.
On Tuesday August 19th, the Cath
olics of New London held a picnic In
that place, for the benefit of the church.
The picnic was well attended by the
New London people, regardless of
country or creed. Every provision
was made for the comfort and enjoy
ment of those present. Archery, tat
get shooting and dancing, were among
the chief amusements of the day.
The most exciting and Interesting
feature, was a contest for a gold ring,
between Miss Dora T. Nangle, of Wel
lington, and Miss Katie Dangherty, of
New London. The friends that at
tended from Wellington to support
Miss Dora, were few In number, com
pared with those of her opponent, but
they went to work with a will and de
termination not to be beaten by any
force, however superior. After abaut
one hour and one half of hard fight
ing. Miss Dora won the victory by a
majority of 160 votes.
So much for Wellington. We be
lieve it might well be said of Welling
ton, "Our band is few, but tried snd
true." M. N.
The Record mentions the burglary
of the parsonage at New London, by
which Rev. W. L. Phillips lost a silver
watch and $31 In money. The key was
turned with nippers from the outside.
When will people learn that to lock a
door and leave the key In la no obstacle
to a professional thief f
Robert Jenney of Greenwich, who
struck one Brown with a knife.lnjorlng
the brain several weeks ago, finds him
self seriously Involved by the death of
B. from the wound. Jenney is nnder
Tom snd Frank Myers of Spencer,
got drunk and disturbed the peace of
New London to the amount of $20.30,
which It cost them to get outof the
New London ia to have a Howard
clock In about 90 days, costing $750.
The 103d O. V. I., will have their an
nual reunion at LaGrange, September
9th and 10th.
The Oberlln Gazette failed to come to
time last week. The News tells the
reason why : The new editor, Mr. Ran
dall, has well he haa gone away. He
probably stayed long enongh to find
out tUat one weekly newspaper was
enough for a town the size of Oberlln.
The Congregational Society of Brook
lyn Tillage, near Cleveland, have laid
the corner stone of a new church edi
fice to cost from $4,000 to $5,000. It
seems to us that they have a very mod
est estimate of what their future Is to
be if that amount Is to build them a
church for that place.
- Wellington Fair.
The 24th Annual Fair of the Welling
ton Union Agricultural Society, is now
an event of the past. That It haa been
one of the most successful held for
many years, both in regard to the ex
hibition and amusements furnished, and
also financially, ia the verdict of the of
ficers and those In attendance.
The entries numbered over a thous
and and every department was well
represented, except that of agricultural
products, the early date of the Fair
practically exoludiog auch exhibits,
There were a few fine specimens, how
ever, and the deficiency was more than
met by the very fine weather which we
are almost certain to secure earlier in
the season and the consequent Increased
attendance. After all what is a fair,
however liberal in exhibits without the
people There was an unusual number
and variety of agrleultural implements
and machinery, showing an inoreased
attention ia being given to Improved
methods of cultivating the soil, which
augurs well for the future of a farming
community that has devoted Itself so
exclusively to tho dairy, that over pro
duction and an unusual depression in
prices has made the bnsiness entirely
nnremuneratlve to nearly every one en
gaged in It. We are more than ever
lmpresed that the remedy for the fi
nancial troubles of our dairymen will
be found in mixed farming and In those
least skilled, engaging in other agricul
tural pursuits, and we are glad to see
that the tendency Is in this direction.
The stock department was well rep
resented. Almost every one of the cel
ebrated breeds of fine cattle had fine
specimens on exhibition. Ayershirrs,
Durhsms, Devons, Holsteins, Uerefords
and Jerseys, escb made a showing that
would compare favorably with that of
our State fairs.
Swine made almost an equally good
showing, while sheep and poultry were
fully up to the uual standard.
Of horses we can speak les. under
standing, though we think the show
was not inferior to former yesrs. The
horse trotting, though quite as good s
in former years, was not, we are glad
to say, the absorbing Interest of the
Fair. More than any other animal, we
admire the bone, and we like to see
free, easy, graceful, and rapid move
ment, but beyond a certain degree,
speed is not useful for practical pur
poses and ought not to be cultivated at
the expense of other and more service
able qualities. We lear, however, that
less attention Is being paid in this sec
tion to the breeding of fine horses for
roadsters and general purposes thsn
would be to the interests of oor farm
ers. Indeed It seems that there is much
less attention given to horses than cat
tle and other domestic animals.
The athletic department, which was
an entirely new feature, added much
interest and gave, as we think, Inno
cent pleasure to those In attendance.
If it shall give an impetus to those;
games and feats that tend to physical
growth and culture, the result will cer
tainly be favorable to the "coming
As usual. Floral Hall was one of the
chief attraction. The arrangement
and display of the articles on exhibi
tion was nnder the direction of Mr. T.
Russell, and we do no injustice to any
former management when we say It
has never been more skillfully and
It would seem thit unusual attention
was being given to the domestic arts by
the number and excellence of the rag
carpets shown. Hard times in money
matters has the effect to drive many
women to ingenious methods of beauti
fying the home and making it comfort
able by the Industrious utilizing of such
materials as are In her reach, and the
well-made rag-carpet represents a
large outlay of time, taste aud hard
work and small outlay of money, but
it makes a carpet possible when other
wise It probably would be done with
out. The center of Floral Hall was con
spicuous at a mass of flowers and house
plants, ten wagon loads were brought
there aud so arranged that all were
kept moist and in the highest degree
bright, fresh and attractive. Many
birds were swinging and singing In
cages above, and but one Instrument, a
very fine upright piano disputed with
them musical honors. The handsome
silk bed-quilt of Katie Powers was con
spicuous among such articles of which
there were a number abown. Har
nesses from Otterbacker's, hardware
from J. II. Wooley's, boots and shoes
from Husted's, millinery frdhi Mrs.
Palmer's, druggists suudrics from Ev
erett fc Starr's, dry goods from Bald
win, Laundou A Co.'s, and clocks,
watches, silver ware and Jewelry from
J. H. Wight's, each made an attractive
show of goods in a limited space. The
Interest manifested In examining these
departments shows what might be done
in this line If we had a suitable building
and more room, and we think that .will
be the next new feature attempted. Of
fancy articles there was a great numr
ber, some of them very nice. Some
good scroll sawing was shown, and two
collections of shells and geological spec
imens were very attractive. In the de
partment of fine arts, there was a nota
ble deficiency of paintings, drawings or
photographs. Except the crayon and
pastile work of the Norwalk firm, there
was nothing In the wsy of portraits.
This Is partly due to the blunders of
formers years ia which so little dis
crimination has been ahown In decid
ing between work of real merit and
that which was superficial and crude,
that artists do not feel encouraged to
take the trouble and the risk of bring
ing their work there. Any tyro should
know that when the premium list gives
the highest honor to "best oil portrait,"
It Is understood to mean a portrait
drawn and painted on canvass, the
work of many days or weeks, its accu
racy and merits depending entirely up
on t'.e skill of the artist in making first
a perfect outline, in preserving the ex
pression, in mixing snd laying on of
the colors, in getting the proper light
and shade to give roundness and body
to the picture, so that it shall seem to
stand out from the canvass ami re pre -
resent the living subject. But to class
real oil paintlugs with anything how
ever beautiful in the lice of "photo
enamel work"or what Is known as Gre
clau or oriental paintings, which are
well known to be ueither perm anent nor
to require much time or skill to do, and
to give the premiums for oil paintlcg to
work of that kind, U not cro.il table Jto
the intelligence of committees . A
house, a wagon-box or a sign board is
painted in oil colors, but on that ac
count is not understood to come under
the definition of oil paintings, though
It Is about as reason able to call them so
as to class under that bead tbe coloring
on the back of -engravings or photo
graphs when the picture, form and
shading are all ready-made. Equally
unfair is it to put a crayon photograph
under the name of a crayon portrait,
the last requiring great care and skill,
the former scarcely any at all. Again
to give preference to the oil painting
which is the smoothest, and condemn
another that on close inspection reveals
nnevenne ss, even roughness of surface,
but which bss required the most care
ful handling and massing or colors to
obtain effect in perspective and to be
examined only at a proper distance.
shows an ignorance that would amuse
one who knows anything of the rules
of art or the work of the be3t artists.
The criticism that would apply to good
work on a buggy box is not applicable
to a landscape or portrait. It would
almost appear that the old lady who
said "my son Is a artist; he takes in
honses to paint," Is not entirely alone
In the world In her es'lmate of what
constitutes true art in painting.
Financially, tbe Fair was a great
success, the receipts exceeding those of
any former year in its history, by over
seven hundred dollars, enabling the
directors to pay for all the Improve
ments made this year In the way of
buildings and leave a handsome surplus
in the treasury. This we hope will be
expended in building a new hall for tbe
accommodation of merchants, mechan
ics and others who need room for the
display of their goods and wares, and
who would contribute greatly to the
attractiveness of future exhibitions. . .
A full line of Rubber Goods, at
Fbakk B. Sebaqb's.
(An articles nnder tail bead Are cants per Una.)
Died, in Wellington, O., August 16th, 1879,
Mrs. Lydia, wife of Deacon Lorenao Mcln
tire, in her seventy-eighth year.
Aunt Lydia, as she was familiarly called,
was born in Killingwarth, Middlesex county.
Conn., February 3, 1803. In 1837, the with a
young family moved Into Medina county, O.
Since 1859 she has lived in Wellington.
Twelre years ago she and ber husband, at
the same time confessed and obeyed her
Savior, and united with the Christian
Church. She had also the satisfaction ot
seeing a number of her children and grand
children members with her.
Mother Mclntire's deep sympathy with
and unselfish devotion to the sick and
afflicted have ever secured to her true grat
itude and friendship wherever she hss lived.
She had been in feeble health for a- number
of years. During the last week her suffer
ings were Intense, but were patiently borne.
believing that all that medical akiU and the
kindest ol friendship ceuld possibly do for
her was being done. She remarked after
taking some tea, "It Is so good," aad soon
after fell peacefully asleep in Jesus
Blessed aleep from which none ever "wake
The services were held Monday, S p. m., at
her late residence, Kelley street; conducted
by Beecher Enowles, pastor of the Christian
Church. A. large number jot friends and
relatives monra but "not as those who
have no hops." Com.
From Harry C. Shafer, the Cham
pion Base Ball Player.
Boston, July 13, 1874.
Dr. W. M. Giles : In the match be
tween the Athletics of Philadelphia,
and the Boston Club, played July 13th,
1874, at Boston, I fell and displaced my
left knee cap. Your agent fortunately
happened to be present. He instantly
applied your Liniment and with in
stant relief. I was able to continue the
game. The day following played In
Brooklyn, and the day after In Phila
delphia; then sailed for Europe.. With
gratitude I now communicate this fact,
and with the desire that every gymnast
should know of the good to be derived
from your valuable discovery, as with
out its use I should certainly have been
unable to accomplish what I did.
Habbt C. Shaver,
3d Baseman Boston Base Bali Club.
Sold by all druggists. Send for pam
phlet. Dr. Giles,
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
"Sellers' Liver Pills" never fall to
cure biliousness, Indigestion, or beadC
scbe. Sold by all druggists.
"They cannot all lie," was the ob
servation of one while reading tho end
leas testimonials to "Dr. Lindsey's
Blood Searcher." It is infallible.
Are Savings Banks securer This
is a question of vital Importance to the
industrial tbrift of our country; and
while our legislatures are pondering
the question, we would earnestly ad
vise every one to ttke Hall's Bilssm
for coughs and colds. Warranted to
If yon consult many of our leading
physicians, they will advise you to use
"Lawson's Curative" for iheumatism
or neuralgia, in preference to anything
else. They have witnessed its effects.
It is equally as effective for diphtheria
or sore throat. It has ssved many a
ono from protracted suffering.
There was a fine display of Grain Drills
at our Fair last week, but among them all
the Superior Combined Grain and Fertiliser
Drill exhibited by Wa Morrow of this
place, aeemed to command to the greatest
degree the attention of the farmers. Besides
having the first premium awarded It, six of
the beat farmers in Lorain and Medina coun
ties backed up the Judgment of the commit
tee In Ita favor by purchasing them. If you
wish the most complete Drill In the market,
call on Wm. Morrow, aad see It before buy
big any other. It
CD. Palmer, D.D.S
Snecenor to Dr. J. J. Stedman.
Especial attention given to the
Preservation, of th.9
By filling and cleaning.
Inserted upon all the various bases
known to the profession.
LL WORK WARRANTED
OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING.
HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE
(Beware of Counterfeits )
The Most Powerful Healing
Agent ot the Age.
Henry's Carbolic Salve cares tns wont sons.
Henry's Carbolic Salrs allays the palnof bans.
Ueary's Carbolic Sslrs cores all eruptions.
Henry Carbolic BaI re heals plmplea and blotches
Henry's Carbolic Salve will heal cats sad braises.
Physicians give It the highest recommend
Henry's Carbolic Salve
Is ased exteaslrely la Hospital a. sad Is round to bs
sot only a thorough portlier snd dlsiafectiat. bat
also the most wonderfel sad speedy he alloc remedy
Ask for HEART'S, sad take ao other.
Tovvnley's Toothache Anodyne
CUitEJ IN ONK MINQTK .
B.-wj.e of Counterfeit. 48-eow-iy
Good news for dairymen. Tbe price
has advanced one-half cent since last
quotations, and with a good demand
there is a prospect of a still further
-. We quote : Buying, (naked) 65 cts ;
billing, (boxed) 56 cents.
Tbe shipments of cheese for the week
ending Aug. 36, are as follows: No. of
Boxes 3,851 ; No. of pounds 146,546.
Butter for the same time as follows :
No. of pkgs. 441 ; No. of pounds
Wellington Prodnce Market.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BT BALDWIN, LAtTX
- DON CO.
Apples, dried. lb a
Oeese dressed. V lb no
Hay. S) ton .8 00
Apple, green, bsSoesO
Keeswsx, st 10 23
Beana. S) bn 1 AO
Hams smoked, V Is 6
Hldea.areea. V lb....8XS
Maple Susar, lb....(lo
Potatoes. V bo.... US
Ran. lb .....1
Buckwheat, ba 70
CloTer teed, bn .3 so
Calf Sklna. Si lb 7
Deacon Sklna. 4OS50
Ducki dressed, V lb.....lo
Halt, line, a) bbl I as
Salt, Aahton. lb S
Salt. Common. bbl. . 1 25
BUTTE Ei Salt,Solar. bbl 3 00
Dairy, V IB lse sneep reita, w in .za&i uu
Crcamerv.Sl lb IslTarkersdreaaed.1 lb
Era." dot H.Ttmoihy aead...! 2I 40
reamers, id ivi noot, id
Grain, Flour and Feed.
COBBECTED WEEELT BT H. B. HAMLIN.
Bran, a) ewt 70, V toe IS 00
Corn, belled. V bu SO
f'.o. I. M IB K- .VI
nest wnlte, ssea
Best Red. V lick..
No. X sack
Oata, V ba 98
uiover aeea. m on .....a io
Timothy aeed. bu...l 60
Bolted MeaL ewt ..
Cora, shelled. V ba 45
Com, In ear, V ba 43
Oata, ba 38
Wheat, V ba MM
Clorer seed. bn s 50
TlmoUur aeed a bn...l 25
Middling. V ewt
OU Meal ewt.
LADIES and GENTLEMEN are invited
to call and examine the beat Una of
that was ever brought into market, and we
will convince you that we are selling
STOVES aa low as any other place on the
Western Keserve. we nave a new Uookwg
store, manufactured by the same company
that got np the old Stewart Stove, which is
aa mueh ahead of that as that was ahead of
tbe old Clinton Air Tight.- It haa been on
tbe market about one year, and its sales
have rapidly increased, and now it is claimed
by every one to be the brat and most con
venient store made. So do not buy any
other until you have seen the TRAVELER.
Should you want a cheaper one, we can
sorely snit you, as we have an endless vari
ety of that class. Among them are the
Stewart Ban re, Dresden Range, Norwood,
Rama, Spirit of 76, Napoleon, and many
Milk Pans and Milk Pails at Wholesale
ot Retail, or any thi tbe you may want
TUT OH AGATE
Ware line. We have a few more ol those 80
and 40 gallon Milk Cana, which we will
close ont at Wholesale Prices, so do not de
lay until they are all &one.
We keep a full assortment, of Cultiva
tors, Plows, Horse Rakes, Forks, Scythes
and Snaths, Shovels, Spades, Ac.
A fine line of Porcelain lined and plain
Wood Pumps, and the various styles of
Iron ritcner rumps.
Are offered ou our
Fire And Ten Cent
The number and variety of really useful
articles that can be purchased, ia. sstonine
Call and look it ever, and when you want to
bay you will not forget it.
Tin Roofing. Eivesnoutiug, or any other
kind of rep tir work i i
TIN, COPPER, or SHEET-
We would say that we keep first Class
Workmen. In refrenl to prices, we will
guarantee prices to be as low aa the lowest.
F. T. SMITH.
Superior Whiteness and Fine
ness, and absolutely purity
in our brand of strictly
PURE WHITE LEAD
and will rav THIRTY
DOLLARS for every ounce of
uudulteration found in on a
of our packages.
T. n. nkvin & CO.,
Baldwin, Laundon & Co., Sole
Agents, Wellington, Ohio. 3 tf.
You buy healthy food this uuhealthy
weather. Drink ditto. Bowlby &
Hall's Groceries and Provision, being
pure and healthy, can hurt nobody un
less you make a glutton of yourself.
Not an atom of adulteration goes Into
our CoflVe. Wo say this knowingly,
for we roast and grind it ourselves, and
to eveyrbody who has used our Coffee
we refer for testimony. It is always
on the top looking down on all others.
We likewise take a front seat on Teas
We know that no better teas are kept
In Northern Ohio than we har in
Tbe celebrated Drlod Beef Shavings
are manufactured at our ranch, where
the alwaysalikeandunequaled Shelby
Flour and . Buffalo Crackers are kept
which Is at
BOWLBY & HAL!..
Koucs Is hereby given that the anderalgaed hss
been duly appointed executor of the will of the lets
Asnahel Crane, of Wellington. O. All persons hold
ing claims against or Indebted t said estate, are ra
auestsd to call sad adjust them previous to Sept. 1st.
Itnu. Mas. Haxct CBAaa.
Wellington, 0, Aoc 14th, ls79k 47-St .
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN,
Has on sale a new Brand of Flour of
absolutely the best quality in town, at
the same price you pay for inferior
kinds. Try it, and gt 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 .uat 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 Ry.. Depot.
4in-33-tf Wellington, Ohio.
Call and examine my stock and pri
ces before pnrrhaslng elsewhere.' There
l8-no stock to compare with it, either in
extent or variety.
Trimmed Bonnets and Hats, at SI .00,
$1.60, $3.00, $3.50 and up. . i
le-ghorn Hats, at 50c 75c $1.25, and
Imitation Leghorn, at 25c 37c 50c
and 75c "
Children's Hats, from 12 cents to $1.
A great variety of Ribbons and Flow
ers, very cheap. , ' ,
Bargains In Silks and Satins, at 30c
50c 75c $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 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.
MRS. H. V. ROCKWOOD.
A G R I C U L T UR A
Buckeye lower and Reaper,
Tiger Sulky Rake. 3 :
Thomas Sulky Rake.
Aultman & Taylor Threshing
Superior Grain Drill.
Bone meal and Phosphate
standard Fertilizers. . ; Look
through my stock before pur
chasing. . 1 '
. Wm. Morrow, Agt,
34-3m. Wellington, O.
A WEEK In yonr own town, snd
no capital risked. Yon can give
the boatmea a trial without ex
pense. The beat opportunity ever
offered to tboae willing to work.
You ahonld try nothing ele until
roa tee for roaraelf what von e-s
dost the bnsiness we offer. No roam to explain here.
Vnn e.n it.citfn mil vonr time or on'v vour snare time
to the buslneea. and make gra5 pay for every hour
that yon work. Women make aa much ss men. Send
for special private terma and particular, which we
mail free. s Outfit free. Don't complain of hard
times when yoa nave ancn a enance. Auurrfi
Having fitted ; up the Rooms
formally occupied by A. M
FITCH, for the exclusive
: sale of .
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL,
I shall keep the best stock of Tobaccos and
Cigars in. town, snd can guarantee, if you
will favor me with a call, the best
CIQAR FOR FIVE CENTS
in town. Also a choice line of Chewing and
I cant be beat for Quality or Price.
I shall keep nothing but the best of Goods,
at tbe very Lowest Prices. ;
Hoping that you will call and convince
yourselves, that the place to buy Tobaccos
and Cigars ia where they make a business of
that, and that only,
I await your favors, .-J"
49-tf. A. P. DIJfOCK.
COltSCMPTIOH CAS DS CUBED 1
FOR THE LUNGS
Cousrhs, Colds, Pneumonia
Bronchitis, Asthma Croup
and all Diseases of the Breathing Organs.
. . - 13
The- Leading Spceiuc for Consumption.
It tooths and heals the membrane of the
lungs, luflamed and poisoned by the disease.
and prevents the night-sweats and tightness
acroES the chest which accompany it
is not an Incurable malady. It is only nec-
essay to have the right remedy, and HALL'S
BALSAM Is that remedy. . ;
DON'T DESPAIR OF BELIEF, for this
benign specific will cure you, even though
professional aid fails.
A MASS OF EVIDENCE
has been accumulating daring a period of
THIRTY TEARS, proving the efficacy of
In all diseases where the Throat, Chest and
Lungs are affected: and showing the esti
mation in which the remedy ia hold by the
public and the medical profession. Sold by
s found at the wa'ierooma of
A. G. & G. L. COUCH,
; Wellington, O.
Great additions have been made to
the stock to meet the demands of the
trade. The purchaser will find a match
less variety of splendid low-priced
goods as well as the costly. Tbe publio
can see at their showrooms very fine
PARLOR 1 GOODS,
Which they offer at very Ley Prices.
We are prepared to furnish everything
In the Coffin and Casket line. Shrouds
of all kinds kept on hand. Having had
many years- experience in tnis ousiness
we guarantee to keep in good condition
all bodies pnt in our charee for any
length of time desired, without change
or decomposition. . t
Triumph Force Feed Orain and Fer
tilizer Drill. Without change of gear
wheels. In the TRIUMPH we ac
complish all can be done by any other
Drill, with all their combinations of
gear wheels, and that, too, : without
any change or gearing There Is no
need of changing pecks or half pecks
at a time in . the Triumph; it can be.
regulated to quarts and pints, and will
sow any kind and quantity of seed per
acre from one-half bushel of flax seed
to three bushels of oats, and will sow
beans and corn in any desired quantity.
THE FARMER'S FRIEND PLAIN"
- DRILL. -This
Drill has been for many years
before the public, and its high reputa
tion has been so fully established tbat
for thousands of our reader an extend
ed description Is not necessary; but to
our many friends who have examined
it only cassuaiiy, and others wno may
wish to buy and have no knowledge of
it, I will show with pleasure.
SUPEU-PHOSPHATB OF LIME.
Eight good reasons why every Far
mer should use the Homestead brand
Because it gives the crop a quick and
vigorous start. It matures tbe crop
from 10 to 15 daya earlier than any oth
er manure, thereby, in many cases sav
ing the entire crop from early frost, it
will increase your crop from oo to iuu
per cent. It adds a permanent value to
your soli. You caunot keep np the
rerttiity oi your sou unless you re
store to it what you take away by con
stant crobping. It will always prove
what it is recommended to ne, genuine
Bone Phosphate. None sent to mar
ket till analyzed and known to be up
to the required standard, it Is reduced
to a fine, dry owder, which can be
sown with a drill, thereby insuring a
great economy in its use ' on' grain
crops. ' .' ;. .-.'. '. r.---'-"--' T
'. Light-Running 1
Domestic Sewing SIachike
The new UXDERBRAIDER. which is the
beat and only thing ot the kind ever used, is
now a part or trie macnine, ana, wua toe
new Self-Threading Shuttle, Self-AdjusUng
Needle, new Take-up, Combination Wheel
and other improvements makes it the best
Under-feed Sewing. Machine made. I am
also agent for the
Davis Vertical Feed v
The New Home
Searing Mcchines, each of which haa advan
tages peculiar to itself, which recotnrnenda
them lor a" variety of uses and make them
reeond to none in the market.
Parties desiring machines will find it to
their advantage to give me a call. - All ma
chines warranted. All kinda of Sewing
Machine Needles and also a fine quality of
Sewing Machine Oil kept for sale.
- S. P. HASTINGS, ig't,
Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, O
Jan. leth lyr. .
IT MILL PAY YOU
To buy your SHIRTS of
I sT. EC. rTTJIBEIaV.
Practical Shirt Maker, - , Mansfield, O.
NT. Mills or Wamsutta, 2300 linen, $24.00
" " 1800 " 18.00
Aa good as any eastern shirt, ' - 12.00
8ix shirts for . - - . - 6.00
I do my own cutting and can furnisb a
better fitticg and better shirt than you can
get elsewhere. Measure taken by
. F. C. LEACH, Agent,
At Harvey's. ; Wellington, O.
P. S. A nice line ot imported sob-tings.
LEMONADE, ICE CREAM,
For 'church and benevolent
objects I will make reasonable
deductions, also to merchants.
Please do not forget that I keep a full sup
ply of Groceries and Provisions, together
with Frnits and Confectionery, Tobacco and
Cigars Lunch and Hot Tea and Coffee at all
hours, and no pains spared to accommodate
all who call. . v -; -. -r
Thankful for past favors I remain your
humble servant, -: -
. B. 1. ROBINSON.