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1. W. HOUGHTON. ,- M. H. HOUGHTON,
C. C C.& I. R- It. Time-table.
Trains leavs Wellington Station m fol
. .-. ; . GOING 80UTH. -
Wot. Can. tM-bmand Hall...' .J&-.n x. x.
No. a St- Loots Crafilnaatl Kxprea,..- 3:10 p. K.
He.. NigM , afafl fesar.a.
a. T. Oevelaatl Srnasnsssilslliia.. : r.M.
' Local rratrtts. .............. a:ST a. s. aad S-.ao p. K
Wo. . KIcM Man... S:40 a. a.
Xo,. St. IsjtsCU. atxssaMaJL... 1:1S r.a.
. ClaTSlsaS Kxprisss..... ............ S:&8 p.a,
, Ko. S CVrvalaad Accommodation... 8:37 a-at.
lineal FrriatMa, .. Jtio :3U p..
.V - . H. FISHKB. Aaent. i
: Chnreh Directory.
DISCIPLE CHXRCH. Service rvery Sabbath at
! i u:SUA. M and IMt P. M. Babbatb Scboa at 12
X. Prayer Mi-ettng cn Thanday evening. W. B.
'' 1 haiiaiia. pastor.
COTGIieOaTIOKAI. CHCRCH. SerelceS! every
-.. Sabbath at 10-.30 A. H. a 7:00 P. M. Sabbath
" IK-boU at 13 M. Prayer Martins oa Tharsday evea-
tmsB. J, A. Wy. pastor. .
.llCTHODKT BPIS:oPAL CHURCH. Herrlor ev
l a. MTMabbatb at HKSU A. M. sad TaiP. M. sMbbatll
.) ' tuasuiu frssMs si is M. trays Meet last Tfeata
arT.l. S. b. Albrlsat, faatar.
"Arrival aul departure of Malls.
..t . . MACK um -
Wwrtfn. ' I Arrtv Tneadav. Thursday and Saturday
Pla.SeU. 1 ... ataA-at. LeavaatlP.M.
. arias - Antra sadly a to A. M. laaava at
r- f. CssssL UAH.
a Arrtra 9Sbs
Antra Man day. Wednesday nad Frl-
day at I P. M. lara Tvadar.
) dayaaaBatarlar atifcau A.
j. ajraw I iirpiiit i nw
Banwrr. : f Airlra Tatilar. Tbaraday aad fatw
HijmerrM e, ( day at II A. M. Leava at I P. M. .
Wrataatak.) . . .
Tka sVUiMalaMaaaaekaararaliowa tka data to
t.lk thaaabaarlbar baa paid, tbaa:
-Jerry SmlUi 1 jan 79
Btgatdat 'hat Mr. Baittk has aM fur lata raprr attl
By eaa'aUtaaaBaaddiaati.brt awry aabaerlbar caa
tall la aa laataat baw bl aceat .. and wbatb-
ar aa aaa raaairaa pr aw
AC M. Fitch is now in the
Eutera market.., He will via
New York, .Boston and the
leading . markets of, the. East.
tWhen he returns his customers
jnay .xpect to see . the nicest
line of - Clothing ; and Men's
Furnishing Goods ever iMwijght
to 'Wellington,, and at . prices
that can't be beateri.r : V
'VMrVritch .wilteato.bU. clerk Mr.
KUborn'i thBt lhe elolhes that wer
'boojclit boom Btonttts ago aiiil that be is
luivlax itaJo Jait Btiiu nil overcoats,
liava aJvaacvtl froo 15 to SO prr cent,
since tlioy weie parchased, and that
the faotories will not now take order
except et the advanced price. Goods
tii at were parch wed before . the ad
'tnce will be sold as though no ad
vance. bal been made. Those wbo bny
their clothing of Mr. Fitch this Fall
will save money. ; ' ' -
DIAMOND SHIRTS, 75 eeats to '1.50 ;
oUier brands at 50 to 66 cents at Fitch.
Tar Salt. 't
Douse and lot on Kortli Main street.
Inquire of A-. S. Powers. A tf
r7aat4, stock-breeders "and dairymen to
know that R. T. Jonea, qt Welllagton, his a
fine Jerscv ball, bred by tbo noted Importer
and breeder, W. h- Gardaer, Nevwalk. Ohio.
It ta thoronghbrcd and Is recorded In the
'AaBertcaa Jersey Cattle Clnb ReeUter, and
'. a vary.Sae anlsaal. Those Intereeted
please call at his tann In the north part of
the Tillage. - ; : : Mtf
' - '. - - Ko Decoptlou Used. . .
It is strance ao many veoplt- wUI continue
U aafarday atter day with Dyspepsia, Liv
er oomplaiat, ConsUpation, Soar Btoaisch,
OeaeraJ Debility, when toay can procure at
aaur tare Bhlloh's Vltallaer. free of eoat U
It doe not cure or relieve them. Price 15
cents. . Sold by Everett A Starr. Wellington.
Everett A Stair sell strictly Pore lead
and. Color; also Pioneer.- Prepared Paint,
seanTxfaCtaredbyT.H.Nevin A Co., ntts-
to Kverett A Starr's for T. H. Vtrrin
AfoJe Pleeeer Prepared Paint, mixed- ready
er nse. Warranted to give satisfaction.
Drag; Storo for Sale.
A An old established drug store doing
ft fair aaseont of bnsineeg, located In
Weill ngtoif; O., at Invoice stock. Satis -
factory reasons given fort wishing to
ellv! .Address or loqnlre of J. W
iloegbtoa. ; f -- - - ' :.;--'.tf
v. r , - Vmr Sale. . ; -A
deairaMe aleeee and Lot tor sale cheap
Aaoiyto J. H. Bclden. - . h s.-sZ Sltf
S.. - WA Pablio BAefaetor
' Offlee of Kkhols A Stelner, 48 Pbte St.
' ' Nbw Toax Citt, Not. IS, 1878.
Da. X. M. rmit, Frcdoaia, N. T..
Dear Blr: I bare been a great snfferer
from Bmoosneee aae oyspepaia for Tear.
My friend, Hon. R. C. Lake, of the New
cestom Honse, laancea me vo try your
Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic.
By the nse o two boUlee I hare attained tbe
most refresbma relief. I look noon it sa
one of the greatest remedies of the day, and
yon as tae eomponnaer oi ut same, m
nubile benefactor. . Tours truly.
BxOoesmlssloner Ezerdsea New Tork pity.
Dr: Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy
sad Serve Toaio may well, be called
"The conquering hero" of tbe times. . It
fa the medical triamnh of the nce- Wbo-
ever has "the bines' should take It, for
it regulates end restores the disordered
system that gives rise to them. It al
ways cares BilUonsnest and Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen
Xtf sxgmeats. Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pim
ples, Blotches, and all akin eruptions
and blood disorders; Swelled Limbs and
Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves
sad riervous Debility; Restores flesh
sad strengtk when the system ta running
aown or going Into decline; enres .Fe
male Weakness ind Chronic Rheuma
tism, and relieves Chronic Bronchitis,
sad all Long and Throat difficulties.
It does these thlntrs bv striking at tbe
root of disease aad removing iu causes.
Da Banner's Improved Cough Honey
win rsJSIvs say cough In one boar.
. Dr. Fennel's Golden Relief cores any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or
neauacna) uiwki sninataa, ana reman y
relieves rbeamatiam, . kidney-complaint,
- dlarrbcBA. dyseaterv. For sale bv Dr. 8.
B.i Euserson. - Dr.- Fenner's . 8t. .Vitus
Aance Bpecino. van ootue siwaya cores.
For sals by dealers. " ; . "
jli waoisssie oy ewut es Xfooe, Detroit,
v.- :. , v.- .' n : .JT..
LOCAL AHD MI8CILULNEOUS
New Fall goods at Harvey's.
An unusually fine assortment of
box papers at Houghton's. 60 tf
The Traveller has come. See it at
48-eow . . F. T. Smith'.
Cant. F. S. Case, of Bellefontain.
came to Wellington last Saturday on a
Wooeier & Adams' opening will
beat Barnum's "My own and only
Greatest Show on Earth."
The talk of the town Is our 5 cent
counter. . Just look it over.
46-eow - F. T. Smirh.
Prof. FJlls. of Oberlin. nreached in
the Congregational Church last Sabbath,
morning and evening. .
-Genuine Vienna bread sold only at
C0 2t W . W. nASVST'S.
We give our space this week largely
to the list of premiums awarded at our
late Fair.- .
There is no better place to buy
drugs and medicines than at J. W.
Houghton's. . . tf
Physicians report an unusual ere va
lence of typhoid and malarial diseases,
of which dysentery is a conspiouous form.
For stationery, school books, and
all school supplies, go to noughton's
drug and book store. tf
A Good Tnrxa ron ths Prorxx.
Wooster & Adams . will open a fine
Drag Store about September 12th.-
Milo L. Wad worth Is reported aa
having one of the finest picket fences in
front of bis house there is in town. ,
Bring your sisters and your cous
ins and your aunts to Wooster & Ad
ams' grand Drug Store opening.
Pinafore Is dying, bat the rash Is
dally Increasing toward oar 10 cent
counter. F. T. Smith.
46-eow ' ' "
Waktid. A competent girl to do
general housework. Most come well
recommended. Enquire st this office.
Novelties-in notions and druggists
sundries st Houghton's. Call and see
them. ' . 60-tf
"Sellers' Liver Pills" ate the se
cret to perfect health, long life, and ab
solute happiness, "Sold, by all drug
September 10th. there will be a re
union of tbe soldiers aad sailors of Lo
rain county, aad their families and
friends at LaGrsnge. ;.;
We bsve cot In a good assortment
Of new styles of Hats, which we are
pleaaed to show. , W. W, Hasvst.
There , will be oreacbinar at the M.
E. Church, next Sabbath; In tbe morn
ing by Rev. Vsl. C. Randolph.of Mendon,
Ills., in tbe evening by the pastor.
Office ink stands and sponge top mu
cilage, the most convenient thing In
tbe world for the desk, at Houghton'.
For ' Sale. The : residence and
grounds knowd as the homestead of tbe
UteWm. Howk. Alao a fine single car
riage and harness. Apply to J. W.
Houghton, i 46-tf
The late speech of General Gar
field was listened to by as large an au
dience as could be crowded into the
Town Hall. He handled bis subject in
masterly manner, rcoeivioir frequent
aad hearty applause. '.-
Head-quarters for school books and
all schools supplies Is st Houghton's.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Look havlncr re
turned from their visit of several
months in Northern Michigan, are - reno
vating their bouse, corner of North
Main ana Taylor streets, and nrenerinir
to take boarders after about September
win..-- ki . : -i : . . . . . - . - -
Our new Fall suits will please you,
as lhey are complete In fit snd style,
and what is more we make no advance
In prices. ' ; - W. W. Haxvky.
Are Savings Banks securer This
Is a question of vital Importance to the
Indostrial thrift of par eouutry; and
while our legialatares are pondering
the question. w a would -earneeUy aal-
vlse every oae-to tike Hall's Balssss
for coughs and coldsT "Wsrrsnted to
f fir . . a v
' Wa have a lew odds snd ends which
we will sell at' cost, and some even- less
than cost,"' to 'make room 'for "winter
goods. I : Wi W. HaavsT.
-Iv-J. H. KJnniaoa and family a
riyed last week, and at once repaired to
their borne on Prospect. We speak for
our new Superintendent and family a
hearty welcocse. - Schools will com
mence next Monday, snd from the repu
tation of Mr. Klnnlton, Wellington
may: expect tbe Rood- asms' of . her
schools to be abundantly sustained.
The refitting of Russell's mills
gusrsntees that ths new lot of Russell's
best floor Just received at Harvey's. Is
better then ever.. BO-St
No need of going to tbe city for aid
to eyesight. ' J. W, Houghton keeps
just tna same qualities, sf ipecUcles,
eye-glasses and all kinds of optical
goods, fits as accurately, sells them for
less money, repairs frames, changes
the glasses to suit - falling sight, and
warrants satisfaction In every case.
Steel wire hair brushes and combs
just received at, Houghton's. f , 00- tf
The ' Wellington Union Schools
open for tbe next year oept. ta, tne
Brat term . continuing niteea weeks.
Miss Alma Starr will teach tbe North
Primary, Miss Gertie Johns tbe Central
lrtmary, ana a slater or Miss Kexiora
the Sou tb. Primary. Ths Hlgb School
room, and those of tbe A and B Oram
mar departments have been handsomely
kalsomined. and out In neat order, and
a:i the school too me are being cleaned
ana maae ready xor occupancy.
The tales! aad best things la truss
es will be found at Houghton's.
'Thomas B. Pen ton, Esq., of the
Equitable Life Insurance Company, 190
Broadway, N. T ., says : "I have bad
experience, and know Dr. Giles' Lini
ment Iodide Ammonia is the cleanest,
nicest and most perfect combination
that has ever come before tbe -public.
It never soils, Is not greasy, is agreea
ble and pleasant, at the same time so
effectual a'nd beneficial. I bare not
only used it myself and family, bat
have given It to many afflicted with
aches, pains and bruises, and all will
ingly unite la testifying to llf wonder
ful and great merit.
Thomas B. Pxntox.
Sold by all druggist.. Send for psm
pitlot, . ;; D. Giles,
iao WeW Broadway, N. Y.
Stationery , all kinds, best qualities,
st reasonable prices at Honghton's.
Tbe Invalid finds In "Dr. Llnd-
sey's Blood Sesrcher" nature's great
restorer. It Is wondei ful.
There will be an excursion for the
benefit of Wellington people, to Chip
pewa Lake, nest Saturday. Train will
leave at 8:80 a. m., returning arrive at
7p.m. Tickets for round trip 85 cents;
from 13 to 80 years 60 cents; under IS
years S3 cents.
And when you want spectacles;
eye glasses or any protection or aid to
vision, go to Houghton's. He guaran
tees low prices, qualities equal to the
best In market, snd s perfect fit In every
lostance. All kinds of repairing done
promptly. - ' 60-tf
If you consult many of our leading
physicians, they will advise yon to use
"Lbwsou's Curative" for rheumatism
or neuralgia, In preference to anything
else. They have witnessed IU effects.
It is equally as effective for diphtheria
or sore throat. It haa saved many s
one from prostrated suffering.
The Supreme Court of the State of
New York has decided that J. C. Ayer
A Co., of Lowell, have the sole right to
nse the words Cherry Pectoral for a
medicine, and has issued an Injunction
F. V. Rubton of New York City, for
selling Roshton's Cherry Pectoral or
Cherry Pectoral Lozenges, or any other
nse of the name to deceive the publ!c.
Tbia decision of tbo high court In
cludes all dealers who sell any similar
article. Port Jefferson (L. I.) Leader.
Read! Read! Read! The most ex
tensive aud tbe lsrgest grocery house
In the United States H. K. A F. B.
Thurber A Co., West Broadway, cor
ner of Reade St., New York. In our
stables Giles Liniment Iodide Ammo
nia gives tbe best tesalts.' Until we
used it we were annoyed and troubled.
We pronounce It the roost valuable
remedy that owners of horses can use.
H. K. A F. B. THcaaxa A Co.,
Sold by all druggists. ' Send for pam
phlet. Dr. Giles,
10 West Broadway, N. Y.
Miss Cora Weeks of Flint. Mich, and
A Harm an Crowl of Cleveland, have
been visiting Mrs. J no. F. Crowl.
Mrs. J. A. Braman has lately been sev
eral weeks with her mother, Mrs. Wm.
tfanneiis in uieveiana, who is in very
Miss Hattie L. Crowl has rone to I
Cleveland, expecting to remain and at
tend school there through the winter.
Miss Lois Adsms bss been failing for
tae last lortnignt, and her sister, urs.
R. F. Jones, Is quite seriously ill with
chills and fever.
Mrs. X. Benedict snd little dauchter.
returned last week from a three week's
visit to Connecticut.
Will L. Abbott, who went from Wel
lington to Shelby about six years aeo.
died of typhoid fever, on Sunday, August
Colonel Herrick and family, have been
spending some time in Nee York, near
Miss Ella Smith has rone on a visit to
Norwalk, Florence and Wakeman, to be
absent a lew weeks.
Hon. O. D. Wfllett of Kendallville.
Ind., and B. R. Willett of Byran. Ohio,
were in town the fore part of the week,
Ylauing tncir nephew, ur. B. o. Palmer.
Mr. E. 8. Everett and Miss Lena M.
Josselyn, dsughter. of Hon.; W. H.
Joeselyn. of Portland. Maine, were mar
ried Wednesday morning of this week.
and will start for home soon, by way of
new xorxana wasnuigton.
Mrs. J. Q. A. Oliver of York has been
presented with a lot and cottage at a
camp ground near Zanesvllle, besides a
very handsome remuneration as a token
of regard for her eloquent preaching
ana labors aonng their recent camp
meeting. ; .
E. W. Houghton, on Tuesday last,
while fixing a scaffolding over his barn
floor, stepped on a loose board and fell
about twelve feet to the floor, produc
ing a compound fracture of the arm,
near the elbow Jint, and also of one or
two ribs. It Is thought there are no
Internal injuries of a serious character.
He Is attended by Dr. McClaren.
-: Neighborhood Newt.
A telephone conducted lightning Into
a aweuiog at nionnampion, and rendered
unconscious besides badly scorching one
ox us inmates.
About 70 of the Penfield people lately
enjoyed a delightful day at Reggie's
grovs, oa the lake sho e.
Professor John Clark, the mortgagee
of tbe Ezra Franks property, Oberlin,
purcaasea tu acres at about fas an acre.
B. J. Price, one of the editors of tbe
Star and Times, Hudson. Wis., married
Miss Emma J. Ells of Oberlin, August
37th. Miss EUs hss been teacher of
music at Kipson College for some time .
List of letters remaining unclaimed
la Wellington P. for tbe week end
ing August 30, 1879 :
H. Jacobsou, Jacob Tulp' George
J. T. OoDsir, P. M.
When calling for ths above please
We haye gathered at the harvest.
Where the happy water smile.
Where the wooded shores of Erie
Hail again the answering lales;
We have feaated well tbe vision;
Shall we not go In aad see.
For the weary, famished spirit
What the harvest feast may be?
He who spread the earth so grandly
Would not leave the famished heart.
With its sin and guilt upon It,
Waiting in a room apart.
He has spread stable for ui;
It wlU be a feast of bliss ;
; We shall never we shall never
- Know a richer feast than this.
. : We have gathered at the harvest,
' We have heard the voice ot prayer.
- Like the sound of msny waters,
Pleading for an entrance there.
Some have stood snd idly waited.
Close beside the open door;
Shall we gather shall we gather.
When life's hsrvests are no more?
- We have gathered at the harvest.
We have heard the old woods ring
With the voice of Jesus calling,
' Prom sweet song's ascending wing.
We have seen the portals open,
Seen them enter, one by one;
Shall we gather ehall we gather,
When life's harvests all are done?
k -.. A.
Lakssibb, August 19th, 187V.
' When you want drug?, medicines,
dye stuffs, pure wines and liquors for
medicinal purpose go to noughton's
September 1, 1879.
Leavitt's Swiss Bell Ringers gave "an en
tertainment here last week, which was
about the thineat thing we have attend
ed for years. Jim Fields repeated his
old comic performances just the same as
he has done twice before here, and the
bell ringing was a perfect failure. To
sum it all up, the whole thing is s hum
bug. Quite a number of our citizens ac
companied by the band, attended tbe re
union of tha 42d O. V. I , at Chippewa
Lake, and a good time was enjoyed by
The grand band tournament at Troy
on the 20th, turned out to be a grand fiz
zle. Tbe Troy boys ought to know that
when a band wants to play for Its own
money they can do it without coming to
Troy. If you want to offer a prl2e, offer
it free to all.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tannar have
taken a little boarder to keep for a while.
He arrived on Thursday last.
The excursion of the season occurred
last Tuesday, when about seventy of our
middle aged people went to the shore of
old Erie. Boatidg and bathing were
freely indulged in by both sexes. . Boss
time is reported. - .
The lecture by ltev. McConnell on
Thursday evening, subject "Genesis and
Otology was flrat class in every respect.
Three more of oar aged people are se
riously ill; Mrs. Thomas Fuize and Mrs.
and Mr. Dickson. The case of the latter
exhibits such alarming symptoms as to
almost preclude the possibility of recov
airs. Thomas liendal baa gone to Mew
York State lo attend upon her son Reu
ben, who fell from an overturning load
of barley upon a pitchfork, thrusting it
Into bis abdomen. -
Howard Penfle'.d has gone to Hannibal,
Mo., to work in a railroad office.
W. W. Penfield, Esq., is making the
tour ot fairs with bis fat steers.
Mrs. Wood of Tabor. Iowa, Is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. O. V. Rice.
alisa Dell Browne, daughter of Mrs.
Dale, whose sadden death was an
nounced last Sabbath, has returned
from Pennsylvania, and Is the guest of
her aunt, Mr. Hugh Chambers. M.
September 1, 1879.
The ministers of our four principal
churches were absent from their fpulpits
The colored camp-meeting is now in
progress; large numbers , visited .. the
grounds yesterday. . .
Uur county fair will come oa a week
after next. Tbe management intend
making it the most successful ever held
in tbe county.
Several of our citizen attended the
fair at Columbus, and some of them took
the red card.
Our band came out Saturday evening
in its new uniform. The uniforms are
elegant and tasty, and cost about S300.
Uur public schools commenced to-day
with a good attendance. .
Sheriff Corning reports that he has
nino boarders at present. A very large
grist lor this season of the year. ,
airs, at o. Horn ton was pain'uny
wounded by the discharge of a revolver
a few evenings since. She had er hus
bands pants in her hands, when bis re
volver fell from the pocket of the pants
and on striking tbe Boor was discharged,
The ball entered the thigh and caused a
severe and painful, though not a danger
ous wound; it has not been round.
The old court house which has been
the seal of justice for the past ball of a
century, Is nearly taken down.
The fire plugs are now . being set and
the water works will be completed in
about a montn. .
Last Saturday afternoon twelve dissat
isfied and sore headed men assembled in
a small room in MusseyV block, and
called themselves the "Senatorial and
County Greenback Convention." They
went through with the farce of nomina
ting a ticket. . A motion to endorse Ew
ing made a great commotion in the camp
and was finally lost. Tbe convention
like the party was a grand failure.
Brook Lis, April 16th, 1379,
Hesfrs. Giles A . Co Gentlemen t
My wife and myself have been using
your Iodide Ammonia Liniment for
some time, and find it the best article
of the kind we bare ever tiled.' As you
do not advertise it as efficacious for
burns, I thought I would advise you of
Its greet value In that direction. A
servant in our house burnt the back of
her hand severely one morning recent
ly snd came to my wife saying she
could not finish her work she was In
soch pain. My wife tied a bandage
wet with your Liniment about the In
jured hand, which on the first applies
tlon started the tears to her eyes. . She
went about her work. An hour or
later she came to our room, minus the
bandage, and my wife asked how her
hand wss She had forgot that It was
.. . -." -..- .w.qjv. - - -- -
burned. My wife ha. burned her ting-
ers several times, aiwsys applying your
Liniment, and never feeling pain or in
convenience from the burn after. In
strapping my razor a few mornings
since, It slipped and made a deep cut in
my left thumb. I immediately applied
the Liniment, ic, the cnt, quickly
healed without a particle of soreness. I
give you this relation of our experience
for tbe benefit of the public. We sball
never be without the Iodide Ammonia
Liniment so long as it can be purchased.
Very truly yours,
W. Wallace Shaw.
Sold by all druggists. . Send tor pam
phlet. Dr. Gilks, .
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
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vols., half morocco, $3.00; 4 vols., half
Russia, gilt top, printed on liner and
heavier paper, with wide margins, (4.
By mall, postage extra, 40 cents.
American Book Exchange, 63 Beekman
St., New York, publishers.
A Library of Universal Knowledge,
in 20 vols., nearly 20,000 pnges, hand
somely bound, and all for $10.00, with
special Inducements besides to early
subscribers, la announced by the same
publishers. It will be similar in char
acter to the Cyclopedia of Appleton or
Johnson, only more extensive, though
but a fraction of their cost.
Other recent publications of this
bouse are Rollins' Ancient Hlstoiy,
$2.23; Josephus' Complete Works, $2,
and Smith's Bible Dictionary, $1,00.
and all In large type and handsomely
bound. Also, of juveniles in large
type, they have issued Arabian Nights
and Robinson Crusoe, for 65 cents each ;
Bunyan's Pilgrims' Progress and Trav
els of Baron Munchausen, 50 cents
each, and Stories and Ballads for,
Young Folks, by E. T. Alden, $1.00.
A large number ot other standard
books will be added to their list during
the season. Their complete revised
catalogue, with full particulars, will be
sent free, on request. Address Amer
ican Book Exchange, 63 Beekman St.,
HERRICK At the residence of E. D.
Ashley. Elyrla, O., August 29th, 1879, Mrs.
E. R. Herrick. widow ot the late Ephralm
Herrick of Wellington, O. Aged seventy-
nine years ana two montns.
Little Falls, Sept. 1, 1879.
The market showed a rather more en
couraging look to-day, although prices
remain about the same. - Buyers appear
more interested and some who have the
past two weeks bought lightly to-day
took fully their average quantities.
White cbeese continues to lead in price.
The great bulk of this cheese sold wss
July make, and suuL is now pretty well
cleared out. July Bold at tbe uniform
price of 5c.,though a little of part Julys !
snd part Augusts probably exceed this
Farm Dairies. Sales amount to COO
boxes. Prices are 4tJ to 6Jc.
Butter. There were sales of' 43
packages of butter at 13 to ISc., only a
couple at the latter price. Eleven pack
ages creamery make sold at 17c, and
most of the farms at 10 and 17c.
Utica, Sept, 1,1879.
Thero were sales hero to-day of 836
boxes at 4?4'c. ; 823 at 5-; loS at n'c. ;
(O0 at O.'c; 100 at 5,3c; 3,330 at ojc.
WxLLixaTOK, Sept. 3, 1879.
A slip of the pen made ns quote
cheese last week billing 5 5J cents.
We have good news again for tbe
dairymen. The market is still firmer
than last week, and a slight advance In
We quote: Buying.Cnakcd) 55cts;
billing, (boxed) C6 cents.
The shipments of cheese for tbe week
ending Sept. 2, are as follows : No. of
Boxes 6,943; No. of pounds 236,528.
Butter for the same time as follows
No. of pkgs. 435; No. of pounds
Welliuffton Produce Market.
CORRECTED WBEKLT BT BALDWIN, LACK-
Amk dried. lb a
Oeeae dressed. V lb oo
H.y. ton A oo
Hams smoked, V lb a
H We. art-en. lh....SfS
Maple Sugar. V lb...ailil
Potatoes, 9 bu.... 40
Apples, arseo. 9 busaMO
naeawa. w IB.. .........
Boaa. W ba 1 ft"
Buckwheat, ba To
Cblckeas dressed. lb...fl
Clorer seed, ba .S Si
Kaas.li lb 1
Calf skins. ID 7
Deacon Skins, 4CH
Park, dressed, V lb In
Salt, fine. 9 bhl 1 2i
Salt, Ashton, 9 lb S
Salt, Common. 9 bbl.. 1 2.1
Salt. Solar. V bM S 0
Dairr. V ID I3CS
Sheep Pelts, 9 lb .Xtml OO
CnssHrr. lb I.v
Turkeys dressed. V lb
baa, a am i "I
rcaUwim. U 7uwrat.t lb...
ix.Ttmoihr seed...! 23l 40
. a wan
Grain, Flour and Feed.
XT BT H. B. E1HUX
Bean, 9 cwt Ta 9 torn IS oo
Corn, auelled. 9 ba SO
Corn In ear, V bu -VI
tvest white, w saxa .1 sa
Beat But, T sack ...1 so
No. X sack 1
Oata, 9 bu
('lover aeed. 9 ba 4 WI
Timothy awed. bu.. J oo I
Graham. cwt )
Huckwneax rraar, ....a o"
Bolted sieaUV cwt ...I
Mead. ewt. 1 Ol
Corn, shelled. ba 4.1
Corn. In ear. 9 ba .
Cnon cst 1 !."
Oats, bu it
ailddiinaa, 9 cwt l ti
Shorta, cwt "!
Wheat. ba .
Clover aeed. ba S an
OU Meal 9 cwt. 1 ool
9 ba. . .3 oo
i j u
If. II I"! I flier. II. II.
Successor to Dr. J. J. Stedman.
. Especial attention given to tbe
Preservation of tne
By filling and cleauing. :
Insetted upon all the various bases
knowu to the profession. .
f&ALL WORK WARRANTED
OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING.
Has come; so have Fresh Oysters, at
Come and get them in any style you
wih. Just one door north of RInln-
Remember the "boss" stew is served
here, for 13 cents.
For a good cup of tea or coQee and a
good lunch, this is the place . for
you. Hot Rolls and Biscuit every day
Ti Tl . TXT C
Instantly destroys Wortna and ta recommended by
abrsldsna as I ha baa Worm Medietas la as.
... . sow-iy.
GH ANT'S TOUH
Around- The World.
A complete record of the Journey ot V. S.
GRANT, through England, Ireland, Scot
land, France, Spain, Germany, Austria,
Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Russia, Egypt,
India, Chiney and Japan, with a graphic de
scription of the places visited, manners and
customs of the countries, interesting inci
dents, enthusiastic ovations by Kmpcrorf,
Kings, and the people of all climes. Sure
to all who take hold; will positively outsell
Agents Wanted sen this. the.
cheapest, the best, and the only authentic
low-priced book on the subject. 600 pages.
Price $2 50.
Address FORSUEE & McMAKIX,
18S West Filth St, Cincinnati, O.
PUK1FT THE LIFE CURRENT.
B100D and LIVER SYRUP.
A PEERLESS REMEDY FOB
Berofala, Whlta Swelllnic, Cancer, Erystptla,
Chronic Sorea. Goat, SypbUla, Tamer, Car
buncle. Bait Iihcnm, Malar!,
AKD ALL Df8BSS 13flICATIKO JL2V
IMPURE CONDITION OF 1HK BLOOD.
Catancooa eruption! upon tbe face or body do not
neeeaaarfly Indicate the taint of Scrofula: bnt wheth
er the Inaldlova pofaoa of that dire malady la present
In tb-s aratem or not, certain It la that
i sTwnexai or bos;, oerisin ix u mat I
ScovitPs 33iood and
completely cares sach disorder. If the Tlraa of
Berofala does exlai la tbe vein. th!a matchwaa puri
fier will root oat erery realise of It. Ko eraptlre
malady, be It scrofulonj or otherwise, caa resist the
parifrlns action of this aafa and potent remedy,
which renders the skin
CLEAR. SOFT. AXD BEAUTIFUL. .
When ordinary medicines utterly fall to arrest the
progress of scrofulous and other eruptive disorders,
the persistent nse of this Incomparable depurcnt se
cures the desired result.
THIS GRAND RKMEDT
Is a compound cf vegetable extracts, the chief of
8AS8APARILLA and 8TILLISGIA.
The cares effected by
BCOVIIX'S BLOOD AND LIVi.lt STRUP
are absolute, and their record is andlsngured by
failure. For sale by all DragRlsts. 60-eow-ly.
Baker's Pain Panacea,
FOR MAN AND BKAST.
For external aad Internal nse.
Toe areatest Pain Reliever of the axe.
LADIES and GENTLEMEN are invited
to call and examine the best line of
that was ever brought into market, and we
will convince yon that we are selling
STOVES as low as any other place ou the
Western Jteserve. we nave a new Unokinx
stove, manufactured by the same company
that cot up the old Stewart Stove, which is
as much ahead of that as that was ahead of
the old Clinton Air Tight. It has been on
the market about ono year,, and its sales
have rapidly increased, and now it is claimed
by every one to be the best aud most con
venient stove made. So do not buy any
other nntil you have seen the TRAVELER.
Should you want a cheaper one, we can
surely anit yon, as we have an endless vari
ety of that class. Among them are the
Stewait Range, Dresden Range, Norwood,
Rams, Spirit of '76, Napoleon, aud many
Milk Pans snd Milk Pails at Wholesale
or Retail, or any th else yoa may want
TIN OR AGATE
Ware line. We have a few more oi those 30
..j jd vr.ii. t :ii
MIIV U IIUII BiK. ,U,U
close ont at Wholesale Pi ices, so do not de-
lay until lhey ari all f,oue.
We keen a full axaortmenr, of Culti va
lors, flows. Horse Rnkes, Forks, Scythes
and Snaths, Shovels, Spa lee, Ac.
A fine line of Porcelain lined and plain
Wood Pomps, and the various styles of I
Iron Pitcher rumps.
Are offered on our
Five And Ten Cent
The number and variety of really useful
article that can be pmcliased, is astontng
(Jail and look it ever, and when you want to
bny you will not forget it.
Tin Roofinz. Eivesrantins. or any other
I iuu wi iif ui .uiaii
TIN, COPPER, or SHEET-
TT?fVNr W A T? 17 I
We would say that we ' keep first Class
Workmen. In regard to prices,, we. will
guarantee prices to be as low as tlw lowest.
. Yours Respectfully,
4G-tf F. T. SMITH.
Superior Whiteness and Fine-
ness, ana absolutely purity
in our brand of strictly :
PUKE WHITE LEAD
and will nav THIRTY"
DOLLARS for every ounce of
aud alteration found in ona
of our package?.
T. 11. NlsVIN & CO.,
Baldwin, Laundon & Co., Sole
Agents, Wellington, Ohio. 3a tf.
HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE
(Beware of Counterfeits )
The Most Powerful Healing
Agcnt ot the Age.
Henry's Carbolic Salve cures the worst aor?,
Henry's Carbolic Salve allays the palnf barns.
Henry's Carbolic Balrd cures all eruptions.
Henry' Carbolic Salve heals pimple and blotches.
Henry's Carbolic Sarre will heal enti and bruises.
Physicians give it the highest recommend
Henry's Carbolic Salve
la oscd extensively ta Hospitals, and is foand to be
not only a thorough purlAer and disinfectant, but
also tb moat wonderful snd speedy bcaUns remedy
Ask for UEXKTS, and take no other.
H. B. Hamlin,
Hetdquartor3 For ,
ALL" KINDS OF GRAIN,
Has on sale anew Ern'n'l cf Floar of
absolutely the best quality in town, at
the same price you pr.v for inferior
kinds. Try it, and si-t rid cf that bane
of the family, bad bread. r
" Farmers bavins gram ehov.'d re
member that this is tlie piac? to get the
highest market price for iv In cash.
They should also remember .".iat in or
der to continue to raise good crops they
must apply ltru;i.-ers to their litiids.
have been proved to bo the most pow
erful, best and cheapest fertilizer in the
market. SIsde by experienced and re
liable manufacturer.-", prepared as
plant food by the best known process,
it is the standard fertilizer; causing
immediate and lasting fertility, and is
perfectly adapted to all crops. Call
ami get circulars..
Warehouse South cf Rr.. Depot,
4ic-33-tr Wellington,. Ohio.
T T W T T "V T "T sP x y
M l Li Li 1 IN 11. K x .
Call, and examine my stock "and pri
ces before purchasing elsewhere. Thcro
is no stock to compare with it, either in
extent or variety.
Trimmed Bonnets and Hat, at $1.00,
$1.50, $3.00, $3.50 and up. -
Leghorn Hats, at 50c 75c $1.25, and
Imitation Leghorn, at 25c 35e 50c
Children's Hats, front 12 cents to $1.
A great variety of Itibbous and Flow
ers, very cheap. - , ,
Bargains in S-i'.ks and Satins, at 30c
50c 75c $1.00 $1.25 1.50 and.S3.00 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. II. N. KOCKWOOD.
A GUI C U L T U II A
- . 'AGENCY., '
Buckeye : 5Vower and Reaper,
... Tiger Sulky Rake
Thomas Sulky Rake. .
Aultman & Taylor Threshing
. Machines. ' -Superior
Dnnkirk Cultivator. '
Bone meal- and Phosphate.
standard "Fertilizers. .. Look
j through my stock before pur
chasing. .. . . :
Wm. Morrow, Agt,
34-3m. Wellington, O.
A WFTRK In your own town, and
nocapitfil rUked. " Yti csn rfvu
nc uuyimsA a trial viu out ex
pense. The newt opportunity cvor
curt:a i't innse wi.hdk wwotk.
foil itluiuK! trr n.Miilnir cltt nn'-tl
roil -ee f-.r Yourself wl!:uon e--n
do at the basinet wc ofTer. Ku room to cxplali here.
You can devote all vour time or on;y rour p:trc tune
to the buHinens. and make inua pay tor every hour
that von work. Women mk ' as muvh & men. Scud
ft-raneeial niivste terms and IMrtlcuUm wlifeh we
man I rt a v , u i in , , . i..u,y,.i, ,
tlmo wh?n you have such chance. Audi-ess 1U
I Notice Gentlemen!
Having fitted wp the Rooms
formally occupied by A. M.
FiTCII, for the exclusive
sale cf .
WHOLESALE aSD RETAIL,
I shall keep the best stock of Tobaccos and
Cigars iu town, and can guarantee, if you
will favor mo with a call, the best
CIGAR FOR . FIVE CENTS
in town.- Aleo a choice line of Chewing and
I can't be beat for Quality or Price. .'
I shall keep nothing but the best of Goods,
at the very Lowest Prieca. : .
v Hoping that you will rail and convince
yourselves, that the place to buy Tobaccos
and Cigars la where they make a business ot
that, and that only,
I await your favors,
4'J-tf. A. P. DIMOCK.
You buy healthy food this unhealthy
weather. Drink ditto. BaWlhy &
Hall's Groceries and Provision,' being
pure and healthy, can hurt nobody uu
less you make a glutton of yourself.
Not an atom of adulteration goes into
our Coffee. We say this knowingly,
for we roast and grind it ourselves, aud
to evcyrbody who has used . our Coffee
wc refer fur testimony. It is always
on the top looking down, on all others,
.:. We likewise take a front seat on Teas,
Wo know that no better teas are kept
in Northern Ohio than we have in
The celebrated Dried Beef Shavings
are manufactured at our ranch, where
the , alwaysalikcanduneqi'ialed Shelby
Flonr and Buffalo Craeker3 ars kept
which Is at
BOWLBY & HALL
v. ".' lost. ' '
A roll of Ban!; Bl'lr. Sunday evening; August
S4tb, somewhere on ths road between the Center of
Huntington to Wellington and theneo Kast to the
towa lino of FenOeldw' The finder will be liberally
rewarded b y re taming It to this office, or to Mania
Vsaduyke, with 8. Senate, one mil Kenh of
Wei lias ton.
tjo n n
f in n i
.' Is found at the waterooms of.
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 ns w-ll as the costly. . The public
can see nt their showrooms very tine
PARLOR . GOODS,
Which they oSer at very Low Prices.
" - " ' ' ' '
We arc prepared to furnish everything:
in the Collin and. Casket line. Shrouds
of all kintls kept on hand. Having had
many years' experience In this business
we guarantee to keep in good condition
all bodies put in our charge' for any
length of time desired, without change
or decomposition.- ' - -
Triumplr Force Feed Grain and Fer
tilizer Drill. -Without change of gear
wneeis. in the I iilU3IirI we ac
complish all can be done by any other
Uriii, with all their combinations ot
gear-- wheels, "rind ihnfj too, without
any change of gearing : .There is no
need of chr.nsiiiig pecks or half pecks
at a time in the Triumph; it can be
resciated to quarts ana pints, and will
sow any kind and quantity of seed per
acre from one-half bushel of flax reed
to three bushels of oats, and will sow
beans and corn in any desired quantity.
THE FARMER'S FRIEND PLAIN
This Drill baa been - for many vears.
before the public, and its high reputa
tion lias been so fully established that
for thousands of our reader an extend
ed description is not necessary; but to
our many friends who have examined
it only cassually, and others who may
wish to buy and have no knowledge of
it, I will show with pleasure. -
surER-PUOsrnATE of lime.
Eis'it good reasons why every Far
mer should use the Homestead brand
of Super-Phosphate: .
Because it gives the crop a quick ana
vigorous start. It matures the crop
from 10 to 15 days earlier thau any oth
er manure, thereby, in mauy cases sav
ing the entire crop from early trost. It
will increase your crop from 50 to 100
per cent. It nuds a permanent value to
your soil. You cannot keep up the
fertility of your soil unless you re
store to it what you take away by con
stant crohplng. It will always prove
what it is recoinniendeu to tie, genuine
Bone Phosphate. Nono sent to mar
ket till analyzed ana Known to oe up
to the reouired standard. It Is reduced
to a tlnef dry powder, which, can be
sown with a drill, theieby. injuring a
great e?ouoniy iu its -use on grain
crops, : - ; : ...i :
: r ' ' ' '
; Listt-Buanlnff . i
Domestic Sewing Maciiixe
Th new TTNDERBR AIDER. wLich is the
best and only thing ot the kind ever used, is
now a oart ot thu machine, and, with the
new Sclf-Tbreading Shuttle, Self-Adjustlne
Seedle, new Take-tip, Combination v neel
and other improvements makes it the best
Under-feed Sewing Machine made. I am
also agor.t for the ; . '
Davis Vertical Feed, y ; f
.The New Home
Sewing ilucliinea, each of which haa advan
tages peculiar to itself, which recominenus
tliem lor a -variety of uses and niake Ihcru
reconJ to none iu the market.
' Paitios desiring machines will find it to
their advantage to give me a'csll. ' AH ma
chines warranted. -All kinds of. Sewing
Machine Needles and also a fine quality of
Sewing Machine Oil kept forsale. ;
- S, P. HASTINGS, Ag't,
Office in Benedict's Block, ' Wellington, O
Jan. loth lvr. -j ' ' . ; '. . Tt
To buy your SIHET3 of
Practical 8hirt Maker, Mansfield, O.
X. Y. MUls or Wamsulta, 2300 linen, f 24.00
" ... " ;r 1S00 18.00
As good as any eastern shirt, . 12.00
Six shirts for - 6.00
I do my own cutting and can fnrnlsh a
better ti nice and better rhirt thau. you can
get elstiw litre. AI.-asL.ro taken by .
. , . F. O. LEACH, Agent,
At Harvey's. - ; - . ' Wellington, O.
P. S. A nice line ot imported Bhirtings-.-
LEMONADE, ICE CREAM,
.... - , - AND,",:- , i i
REFRESHMENTS, i :
For cburcli and benevolent
objects I will make reasonable
deductions, also to merclianti?.
riease do not forget titrtt I keen a full sup
ply of Groceries and Provisions, together
wit It Fruits and Confectionery, Tobacco and
Cisrar-1, Lnneh and Hot Tea ami Coilee at All
hours,- and no pains spared to acommodat
all who call. '. ' '' ..
Thankful for past favors I remain your
humble servant, .
B. J. ROBINSON .
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