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Thursday, Sept. 11, 1879.
J. W. HOT70HT02T, M. H. HOUGHTON,
C. O. C. & I. B. B. Tim-table.
Trains ln Wellington Static m fol-
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Local Fnlcfcla. SteST :W r. M.
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Ha. a Gavaiaad i rionanmiUnna: e:7 a-k.
Looal FTalhta. JK : r..
W. H. FISHES. Assat.
SISCTPLK CHT7RCH. Srrrfcxs rray Sabbath at
lu-.SO A M and 7:00 P. M. Sabbath School tt IS
M. Prsrar Meetlas oa Tbandu ctcbIdo. W. B.
COXOKEOATIONAL CKTTBCH. Serrtees trrarT
Sabbath ax lO-.SO A. M. ud 7:0T P. M. Sabbath
MhwJ at 13 U. Prayer Mat tug om Tharsday STaa
Imca. J, a. Kely, pastor.
METHODIST KFI8XFAI. CHURCH- - Bmlta cr
ry Sabbath at )0:ao a. M- aad T:0O P. It. sabbath
Sabbath School at 11 U. FTayar lieetlas oa Then
day eT.aiaca. V. SV Albtisht. pastor.
Arrival aud Departure of Malls.
Obsrltn, 1 ArrtT TaeadaT, Tharsday aad Batardsy
PliumaULt at a A. U. iMnitir.M.
Brtrttm, Antra dally at H A. at. tTM
K. Clarfcaaald. ( II AM.
HmttaatoB. Antra ataaday. Wedswaday and Trl
SalllTaa, (day at I P.M. Lean Tacaday. Thai
Polk. J dayaadSatarlayatftsuA. M.
Spencer, t Arrrra Tacaday, Tbaraday aad t
Homerrilla. ( day at 11 A. M. lanttiF.
TM addf as label oa oach papr show tbe data to
wuich Um aaheenhar ha paid, thaa:
- Jerry Smith 1 jsn 79
BlavlSes'hstatr. Smith ha paid for bla paper aatfl
j taoxrv l.u 187. 1 The mad Itat a eo.Treied weekly.
By eoa -altiss ut add m l.bal crrry aabacrlber eaa
tell la aa luatant how hi aecoaat stands, and whath
or a aaa racalr.4 pn.r cMUt ea oar hooka.
A. M.: Fitch 19 now in the
Erutern m t'ket. He will vis
New York, Boston and the
leading markets of the East.
When lie returns his customers
may 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 his clerk, Mr.
Kilhorn, that the clothes that were
bought some uwnths ago and that be Is
having ihade Into suits anil overcoats,
have advanced from 13 to 30 per cent,
since they were purchased, and that
Uie factories will not now take orders
except at the advanced price. Goods
that were purchased, before" the ad
vance will be sold as though no ad
vance had been made. Those who buy
their clothing of Mr. Fitch this Fall
will save money.
. DIAMOND SHiETS, 75 cents to tUO;
other brands at 50 to 65 cents at fitch's.
House and lot on North Main street.
Inquire of A. S. Powers. tf
Wanted, stock-breeder and dairymen to
know that R. F. Janes, of Wellington, has a
fina Jersey bait, bred by the noted importer
and breeder, W. L. Gardner, Norwalk, Ohio.'
It is thoroughbred and Is recorded in the
Americas Jersey Cattle Club Bee later, and
a a very One animal. . Those interested
please call at his farm la the north part of
the village. ... Sitf
. T No Deception Used.
It is strange ao many people wfll continue
to suffer day after day with Dyspepsia, Liv
er eomplaiat. Constipation, Boor Stomach,
General Debility, when tbey can procure at
oar store Saitoh's Vitallaer, free of cost It
It does not cure or relieve them. Price 75
cents. Sold by Xverett A Starr, Wellington.
Go to Everett A Starr's for T. H. Nevia
A Co.s Pioneer Prepared Faint, mixed ready
or aae. Warranted to give satisfaction.
A desirable If ease and Lot for sale cheap.
Anoly to J. H. Beldea. tf
A Public Benefactor."
Office of Nichols ok Stelner, 48 Pine St, -Naw
Tork Crrr, Nov. IS, 1878.
Da. if. X. Iitnt, Fredoola, N. T.,
Dear Sir: I have been a great anfferer
from BUtoosnees and Dyspepaia for years.
My Mend, Hon. H. C Lake, of the New
Custom House ladaced me to try your
Blood aed Liver Bemedy and Nerve Tonie.
By the nse o two bottles I ha ve sustained the
most refreshing relief. I took upon itss
one of the greatest remedies of the day, aad
yon as the compounder of the same, as a
public benefactor.. Tours truly.
. . . WM- 8TEINER,
Zx-Commlssioner Exercises New Tork City.
Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy
and Nerve Tonic may well be called
"The conquering hero" of the times. It
is the medical triumph of the age. Who
ever has "the blues should take it, for
u regulates and restores the disordered
system that gives rise to them. It al
ways cures Billions dcs and liver Com
plaint, J son dice, Dyspepaia, Constipa
tion, HeasTaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen
Enlargments, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pim
ples, Blotches, and all skin eruptions
and blood disorders; Swelled Limbs and
Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves
and Nervous Debility; Restores flesh
and strength whea the system Is running
aown or going into oecitne; cores re
male Weakness aad Chronic Rheuma
tism, and relieves Chronic Bronchitis,
and all Long and Throat difficulties.
It does these things by striking at the
root of diaeasmd removing Its causes.
Da XfcCsrV Improved Cough Honey
will Native airy cough hi one hoar.
Dr. Fennel's Golden Relief cares any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or
aeaoacae la 5 to 80 minates, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint,
diarrhoea, dysentery. For sale by Dr. 8.
B. Emerson. Dr. Fenner's St. Vitus
Dance Specific One bottle always cores.
m vi mmtm vj uo&iera.
wholesale by Swift Dodd, Detroit,
We publish the following marriage notice by
request, bat cannot vouch for its accuracy.
BIKO CASTILLO. At the residence of
the bride's anat la Handuany, O., Isabel la
Castillo, grand nieee of Don Sebastian, to
Albert P. Reed, of Welllnaton. O.. aenhew -.t
' Dom Pedro. Married by Bishop Jackson,
asaarieei oy jataara win ana njiaer. mo
cards. They expect to spend the winter in
LOCAL AND IdSCTELXANEOUS
New Fall goads at Harvey's.
GenU calf and kip boot, Tory
cheap, at Fkauk B. Savage's.
Berea reports a large namber of
new students at the opening of the Fall
For boots and shoes, go to
Feasts B. Sksagb's.
Ilesd-qusrters for school books and
all schools supplies is at Houghton's.
A new crossing was put in between
B., L. & Co.'s corner and Benedict's
block, last week.
Misses' and children's school shoes
at FnAHK B. Sebaoe's.
Henry Sprague lately sold twenty
spring calves for $300; extra good
calves or a remarkably fine sale.
For stationery, sv.bool hooks, and
all school supplies, go to Houghton's
drug and book store. . tf
Table and hand lamps, chimneys,
etc., have been added to F. T. Smith's
regular stock, and also to his S and 10
Genuine Vienna bread sold only at
60-2t W . W. Haetet's.
Punching holes In United States
money is now punishable by two years
Imprisonment and $2,000 for every of
We bare got In a good assortment
of new styles of Hats, which we are
pleased to show. W. W. Habvet.
Something ought to be done with
the diagonal crossing on R. R. streett
runniug from Horr ds Warner's office
southwest; either take Itnpor put down
a good one.
Our new Fall suits will please you,
as they are complete In fit and style,
and what Is more we make no advance
in prices. W. W. Uabtet,
F. T. Smith has lately planked In
front of his place of business, Disking a
convenient place for hitching teams,
and has also put in. new hitching posts
The refitting of Russell's mills
guarantees that the new lot of Russell's
best flour just received at Harvey's. Is
better then ever. 60-2t
We are under obligation for favors
extended by the secretaries of the fairs
one to be held at West S.tleui, Oct. Is t
and 2J, and that of Berea, Sept 23d,
24th and 2ih. . .
We have a few odds and ends which
we will sell at cost, and some even less
than cost, to make room for winter
goods. W. W. Habvet.
Dr. Hoi brook ha rented and is fit
ting up tbe second story of the post of
fice for dental rooms, and will have
them ready for occupancy about the
middle of October.
The funeral services of Miss Lois
Adsms were held at the residence of
ber brother-in-law, R. F. Jones, at 1
o'clock, Monday afternoon, conducted
by her pastor, J. A. Daly.
In casting about where to go for
Fall and Winter goods to fit up for the
season, our readers, will consult the
advertising columns of the Exteb
prise, and then go and see the new
goods constantly arriving at oar stores.
About 375 pupils are enrolled on
the class-hooks of our Union schools
this week, and a happier, more enthu
siastic company than auch a troop of
bright faced, cleanly and neatly
dressed boys and girls, one would not
wish to see.' .
A young lady student at Berea,
opened a letter with the usual hand
writing and postmark, but on opening
It found it only contained an order for
books instead ot "bis" sweet words.
Now tbe question is what unhallowed
bookseller read the other one. Berea
JfMoAt men at seventy -three are lalJ
aside from a heavy or continuous day's
work. E. O. Foote, one day last week,
took from the machine and put Into
bags over 600 bushels of oats, which
would have made steady business for a
young man to accomplish the same re
sulyfn the same time.
We learn that Mrs. Kennlson, wife
of the new Superintendent of schools,
Is an accomplished musician and teach
er of both vocal and Instrumental mu
sic, and of landscape painting In oil.and
that she will soon arrange to give her
time to instructing in these branches.
It will be a fine opportunity for those
wishing to pursue these Undies in art.
We bare nscd for two months or so
the Windsor coffee pot, manufactured
by Hubbard A McClary, Windsor, Vt.
The ground coffee Is held In a perfo
rated metal that does not corrode or
discolor the coffee, and which is sus
pended In such a way that the boiling
water percolates through It and no set
tling is necessary. J. W. Wilbur Las
them for sale.
We have reset our business notices
on the first page of our paper ia new
type and new style, adding much to
their appearance. The namber of our
business men represented there Is
largely Increased and we hope to maka
still further additions. Keep your
names before the pabUc It will not
fail to Increase your buslnes, and should
be so full as to be a complete directory
of Wellington business houses.
A fresh blossom from the Tine
known as the passion flower, was shown
ns tbe other day by Mrs. Hoi brook. We
had long cherished some dried speci
mens sent from a distance, bat had not
noticed a Tine growing In this region
before. A fancied resemblance to the
circumstances of our Lord's passion and
death has given the flower Its name,
every part of which Is supposed to rep
resent some of the Instruments of tbe
The Wellington Cornet Band were
out serenading Saturday evening, and
favored us with several choice pieces of
music, which were very highly appre
ciated. Specially grateful to tbe fa
tJgned senses are such sweet harmonies
npon a Saturday night, whea one Is
physically conscious of tbe cumulative
effects of the whole week's work and
worry, and mentally not over sanguine
andbonyant. But good music always
has a renovating effect and sends one to
sleep with views complimentary to hu
A post mortem examination was
made on Monday, In the case of Miss
Lots Adams, In the presence of Drs.
Rust, McClaren, Hathaway, Beech, Rust
andHougbton,conducted by Dr. Canan,
which showed the cause of death to have
been a cancerous tumor In the abdomi
nal cavity, of considerable size, and
Involving in its growth several of the
organa and conclusively proving It to
have been an lucurable malady from
Mr. and Mrs. J. W.Wilbur are absent
visiting in Canada.
Hon. James Monroe is to speak at
Penfield, September 10th.
Wrs. J. Turley has a parrot of very
light, bright green plumage, one of the
best looking of his kind.
Messrs. S. S.Warner and R. A. Horr
have been speaklug before Republican
clubs in Medina and Spencer.
Rev. V. C. Randolph left for Illi
nois, Monday, to attend his conference.
Mrs. Randolph will remain a fortnight
longer, on account of the accident to
her father, E. W. Houghton, Eq.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. West returned
from Minn., where they have been
spending the past three months, and re
port that tbey have had a very pleasant
summer and are gieatly improved In
J. H. Wight returned Saturday from
a ten days visit in Ashtabula and Geau
ga counties. His daughter, Mrs. Clara
Pitkin, accompanied him from Cbardon
to Ashtabula; and is expected to Visit
her old home In a short time.
A. M. Fitch returned Saturday even
ing, after an absence of several weeks
In the East on business and pleasure.
Owtng to bud weather and taking a se
vere cold, he did not secure such an Im
provement in health as he anticipated.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Everett reached
Wellington, Saturday evening. We
are sure that everyone will wish ninch
happiness to the bride, who hss come
so far, and to the husband who has al
ready won good opinions here. -
Mrs. E. F. Webster and son, and
Mlds Julia Speer, returned Tuesday of
last week from a tour to Chicago and
back, by way of the lakes. The rough
ness of the water on a part of the trip
made it beioio treatment for delicate
persons abroad for their health.
Jar Wool ley was one of tbe sing
ers at the Franks family reunion at
Chippewa Lake, and the enterprising
reporter of tbe Wooster Republican
taking It for granted that everyone
there was a member of that numerous
fraternity, designated our townsman as
Jay Woolley Franks.
The friends of E. W. noughton living
at a distance will be gUd to learn
through this medium that his arm seems
to be doing finely; his general health Is
Improving and the indications are that
be will have a successful and spec dy re
covery, notwithstanding tbe fall pro
duced a great shock to his nervous sys
tem and be still suffers severe pain
from his wounds.
Mr. H. B. Franks, who has heretofore
considered Oberlin his temporary resi
dence, has now decided to make It hl
permanent home. He has just complet
ed a neat dwelling bouse on Walnut St.,
which has been rented to Mr. Wether
bee, and Is about to erect two more near
the corner of NorthMain and Walnut Sta.
His plan Is to build bouses which can
be rented or purchased by men of mod
erate nv:ans, thereby always finding a
demand for them. Oberlin News.
Miss Lois Adams, whose painful ill
ness of a year and a half has caused
much sympathy and anxiety, passed
away at half-past six Sunday morning,
the 7th, lnst. In July and August she
bad frequently been able to ride, and
through all her long period of suffer
ing her. cheerful courage and hope of
recovery was remarkable, scarcely de
serting her, even In the last days of ex
treme weakness and pain. Her sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Jones, at whose house she died, have
devoted themselves to her comfort with
unfailing tenderness and attention.
Bloom's Ulew Tork Theatre Co.
Bloom's New Tork Theatre Company
will appear In Wellington for tbe first
time, on Thursday, Friday, and Satur
day evenings,' of this week. This eel
bra ted troupe ts composed of rare tal
ent, and will undoubtedly play to large
audiences each evening. Their repu
tation is first-class, and we believe a
rare treat Is In storefor the tbestre-
golng people of Wellington. Reserved
seats for sale at Rtnlnger's dry goods
store. W. C. B.
The Chautauqua Literary and
This new organization aims to promote
habits of reading and atndy in nature,
art, science, in secular and sacred lit
erature, in connection with the routine of
daily life, especially among those wh jse
educational advantages have been limit
ed, so as to secure to them the college
student's general outlook upon the world
and life, and to develop the habit of close
connected, persistent thinking.
It proposes to encourage individual
study la lines and text-books which shall
be indicated; by local circles for mutual
help and encouragement in such studies;
by summer courses of lectures and "sta
dents' sessions' at Chautauqua, and by
written reports and examinations.
8. coTjaaa or studt.
The coarse of study shall cover a pe
riod of four years. Aa experimental
coarse for the first year has been ar
ranged as follows: 1. Studies ia English
history and literature. 9. Bible 'history
and literature. 8. Greek history and
literature. 4. Astronomy. 5. Science
of every day life.
A meeting will be held In the Town
Hall, Saturday, at 7 p. m., to organise
a Chautauqua literary and scientific
circle, when tbe object and scope of the
coarse of reading will be more fully ex
plained. All are Invited.
Cincinnati Exposition Bednoed
Fare from Wellington to Cincinnati
and return and one admission to Exposi
tion, $8.65. Tickets good going one
day from date of stamp ; returning good
for five days from date of stamp.
The Chippewa Lake Excursion.
The Chippewa Lake excursion was a
decided success la all points, although
the weather In the morning indicated a
rainy day. Early in the forenoon the
weather was very pleasant, cloudy at
times with a cool breeze. Three coach
es fall nearly three hundred with
their baskets, boxes, etc., containing ra
tions ample for the trip, left the depot
at 8:40 a. m., by an extra train; arriv
ing at Grafton we were attached to a
through coal train, arriving at Lake Sta
tion about eleven o'clock, wlere we
found waiting, some eight or ten omni
bnsses, carriages, etc., to take as to the
Lake, a mile away. Quite a number
preferred to walk and take in all the
At the Lake we found three other pic
nic parties. About twelve o'clock oar
undivided attention was given to the
contents of the various packages in the
hands of oar hungry crew. . After din
ner, boats were hired end all those wish
ing were given a ride on the Lake by sail
and row boats. About four o'clock the
party commenced to wend their way to
the station in squads, some riding and
After leaving Lake Station, three or
four of the party formed themselves into
a tasting committee and went through
the several baskets, etc., that contained
remnants of the noon repast. One
thing being certain, their appetites were
good the whole day, indicating rubber in
Everything considered, the day was
one of enjoyment to a l, and the univer
sal opinion was expressed that we would
have to come again next year and bring
After paying all expenses, a small
balancBaWas left in hands of committee
for library fund. W.
To Cleveland and Lake Erie, Tuesday,
Sept. 16th, 1879. Train leaves Welling
ton 9:09 a. m., retaining arrives about
8 :80 p. m. Fare round trip and ride on
Lake Erie, $1.00. A parlor car will be
attached to train. Reserved seat 60
cents round trip. For farther particu
lars inquire at railroad office or see
Foster at Home.
Ia reply to a letter from Rev. Mr. Al
bright, one of the clergymen at Foster's
home writes as follows, which will re
move all scruples from any doubting
Fostobia, O., Sept. 8, 1879.
Ret. N. 8. Albright,
Dear Brother: Yours came this mail.
Iam happy for the occasion or opportu
nity to reply. I have known Mr. Charles
Foster intimately for a number of years.
He is One of the trustees of our church
here, and himself and family attend my
church. Mr. Foster is strictly temperate
and a friend of temperance; is not now
nor has he at any time been connected
with any whisky or beer interest. No
man in our community has a better rep
utation for sobriety and good order than
I have known personally many of the
governors of Ohio, and I do not think a
purer man ever filled the chair of stato,
than Charles Foster. He is a man of
large liberality to all Protestant churches
and recently gave $4,000 for an academy
In this place, founded by the United
Brethren Church, and $5,000 for a new
Union school building. I most cheer
fully send you these facta and you are at
liberty to use them in any that you judg
ment may suggest.
I hope all good Republicans and tem
perance men will support him. I am
sure Pjohibitionista have nothing to fear
or to compromise in supporting him as
our next governor.
D. D. Mather,
Pastor H. E.. Church, Fostoria.
Late News Notes.
The Kent, O., Alpaca factory is now
In fall operation.
Qalncy, 111., had a $125,000 fire Sun
The term opened at Oberlin College
last week with an unusually large at
tendance. Of 24 fine sheep, recently 12 were
killed and four maimed by dogs, in s
Summit county pasture.
The Oneida community have adopted
St. Paul's plan, they advocate celibacy,
but allow marriage.
The fifth anniversary of the Central
Place Friendly Inn, Cleveland, was cele
brated Sunday afternoon.
The Miami Conference of the Dis
ciple Church was in session at Eaton, in
Southern Ohio last week.
The soldiers reunion of Medina county.
no matter what regiment, is to he held
at Medina, Sept. 13th.
Switch swindlers have been fleecing
Oberlin ladies. It is a lesson that should
teach them to patronize home dealers.
Wooster is making preparations to re
ceive the North Ohio Conference, Sept
17th. Bishop Foster Of Boston, will
The Medina Gszette mentions the
stealing of fourteen nice marketable
lambs from the farm of Egbert Green,
north of the village.
Win. Walkden of Columbia, two or
three days oat from Liverpool, on his
voyage home from England, died sud
denly and bad to be buried at sea.
On the night of Sept. 6th, H. C.
Searles' store in Richfield, was entered
and the outer door of the safe blown
open, and $300.00 taken from that com
partment. A Cleveland chemist declares that 'ar
senic eating is alarmingly prevalent
among women, who take the risk of slow
hat certain suicide for the saks of a
cloar bat unnaturally pale complexion.
Paralysis .is one of the results that
follow the arsenic habit.
Canon Wilberforce, at Westminster
Abbey, recently preached a very plsln
discourse in the presence of the Prince
and royal family, In which he alluded to
the laxity of morals in English high
circles in permitting Sara Bernhardte,
the French comedia n, to openly parade
among them ber defi ance of the custom
of mothers being married women.
Mrs. O. J. Hodge, wife ot one of the
publishers of the Cleveland Voice was
thrown from a carriage a few days since.
breaking her arm badly at the elbow
The irrigation treatment, allowing a
stream of water to drip on the elbow
was abandoned after eight days, when
lockjaw supervened, her arm was am pa
teted as a last resort, and it is thought
she will die.
Sept. 6th, 1879.
Oar hot, dry weather, has for the pres
ent come to a close. A delightful rain
last Wednesday laid the dust and re
freshed everything, so that our farmers
are very busy plowing and fitting their
land for putting in wheat, being very
much encouraged by the crop just har
vested and thrashed, wheat for once
paying better than any other grain crop.
What few apples there is are falling
off badly, so that by picking time there
win ne scarce any left.
The visitors from th cities have
mostly returned, leaving as poor lonely
dwellers in the country, to enjoy our
selves as best we can or may.
Our excessive not weather has left as
with some liability to sickness. I hear
of some ague, bilious . disorders, and a ,
little rheumatism thrown in by way of
change. Still ' I think we might be
worse off, so we will try and make the
best of it.
Our M. E. friends brought their so
cials to a close for a while on Friday
evening, with a social at the Town Hall.
We had a gooa time, but the crowd was
larger than the supply of coffee or cash.
The old organ was sold, after having
done good service for ten years or more.
The proceeds, with other funds, are to
be Invested in a new instrument. Who
is to furnish it I have not learned.
The Women's Foreign Missionary So
ciety of the M. E. Church held their
monthly meeting on JTriday, at the house
of R. T. Worden, Esq., being the last
meeting before Conference. M.
Many ladles misinterpret their suf
ferings. Try a box of "Sellers' Liver
Pills." 25 cents a box.
Remember I The only perfect pro
prietary medicine as a "Blood Search
er" Is that bearing the name of "Dn
LIndsey"" and which may be had from
No medicine has ever been Invent
ed to prevent death I The best that can
be done is to assist nature In keeping
tbe functions of the body In a condition
of health while life lasts. For bilious
ness, liver complaint, costlveness, dys
pepsia, and all stomachic disorders take
Mott's Liver Pills.
Instead of using opiates or narcot
ics, which psralyxe the brain for a short
time but do not remove the cause of
the pain, we should advise such a rem
edy as "Lawson's Curative." It is
simple, safe and effective. Pain from
rheumatism, neuralgia, Inflammation,
lame back, headache, etc., cannot exist
when the Curative is used properly.
From Harry Hill, the champion
wrestler, No. 20 East Houston street,
New York. I know of no remedy that
will so quickly remove tbe discolora
tion s of the skin resulting from In juries
soreness and p:ilns of the joints, mus
cles and bones, the result of violent and
continued exercise, as Giles' Liniment
Iodide Ammonia. I hare used It my
self and have seen It used by others and
recommend its nee to all athletes.
Sold by all druggists. Send for pam
phlet. Dn. Gixes,
120 West Broadwsy, N. Y.
From that old and well-known cit
izen, George G. Sickles, Esq., fsther of
Major General Sickles, U. S. A., Iste
Minister Plenipotentiary to the Court
of Spain : I have resided for the last
seventy-five years In the city of New
York, and during that time have seen
and tried a great variety of remedies.
Of all that I have met, Giles' Liniment
Iodide Ammonia excel1. Have not only
used it myself, but a great many with
whom I am acquainted speak so highly
of it in headache, neuralgia, tooth iche,
rheumatism, palna In the shoulder,back
and loins. It is equally serviceable in
tbe stables. I therefore pronounce It
the best combination I know of.
' George G. Sickles.
No. Ill Nassau Street, N. Y.
Sold by all druggists. Send tor pam
phlet. Db. Giles,
120 West Broadwsy, N. Y.
Little Falls. N. Y., Sept. 8, 1879.
A great change in the cheese trade
has been indicated by the New York re
ports during the past week, and It seems
to have culminated to-day upon, the
Little Falls and Utica markets, in an al'
most unprecedented advance of two
cents a pound. This market aaa been
very active and the transactions unusu
ally heavy. It has not seemed that the
ruinously low prices that have prevailed
of late could longer continue and wise
salesmen have lately been cautious,
making light shipments, in anticipation
of better things to come. . All are to be
congratulated upon the present favora
There are several causes that have
combined to secure this marked improve'
meat in the trade, among which may be
mentioned: the cool weather, the large
increase in exports and the advance in
foreign quotations, and the great shrink
age in production caused by the severe
drouth. Also advices that an Ohio firm
had bought the August cheese in that
State, to be kent there for home con
sumption, and thus reduce the receipts
In Hew York to considerable amount,
have doubtless exerted an influence
Whether this advance ia to be perma
nent or not remains to be seen; good
judges, however, believe it is to be ana
are planning accordingly
The two lots named in oar list st pri
vate trade were currently reported to
have sold at 72a., bat this was denied
on the part of others; bnt the sales
were nnaountediy at 7jo. . or over.
WELUyarox , Sept. 10 , 1879
The statement of tbe favorable con
dition of the cheese market at Little
Falls quoted above m ikes it necessary
to add but little. The advance here Is
In accordance with the favorable re
ports In New York and Chicago, and
will certainly be gratifying to the dairy
Interest everywhere. The Indications
have never been more favorable for a
return of piospcrlty than now.
We qnoe: Buylngnakcd) 56 cts;
bl' ing, (boxed) 67 cents.
The shipments of cheese for the week
ending Sept. 9, are as follows: No. of
Boxes 326 ; No. of pounds 13,760.
Butter for the same time as follows :
No. of pkgs. 629; No. of pounds
Wellington Produce Market.
CORRECTED WEEKLT BT BALDWDt, LACK
Aantoa. dried. lb S
Gees drestsd. V lb..... CO
Hay. V ton 8 00
Apple, sroaa, Ba9040
DiTIVU. v id... ..43
Baa, a) ba 1 so
Bnckwhest, ho To
ChlekrnadmaaiLe lb. ..6
Himi smoked. II lb
Hides, arrea, V lb....SW3
Mapla Buirar, lh...JNsMO
Potato?. V ba.... 40
Clover ased.bn.......4 OOi
Rasa, m lb
vui BU-a. f lb 7
Deae a Skis. nSo!
Duck dreaaed, V lb lu
Salt. floe, a) aack.....S DO
8,lt Asbtoa. 9 lb
ti.lt. Common. bbl.. 1 4o
Salt. So'ar. bbl a CO
Shaa Pelta. lb .2S91 00
Diiry. a) lb Ia
Cnimm.S lb IS
Turkey dreaaed. V lb
Eoa. a tos ...la,TI
.ll.Ttmolhr seed. S OO
Grain, Flour and Feed.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BT B. B. HAMLIN .
IBma, T ewt 7a e toa 13 OO
Corn, belled, ba SO
Corn 1 . ear, V ba SO
Oaf 1. U h. M
Best WWtr. V SSCK .1 as
Beat lx. Wbica...i
Kil a. Met;
1 uMTUnotiiy seed. W bal.Is 1
rtrah. J. S) rwt. 9 OO
jfucKWDest FhMr, ....a ou
r!it-f .h-llMt rhn K
steal. ewt i...l O)
Corn, la ear, e ba 40
Middlings. V ewt 1 oo
Short. s ewt. s
Oil Meal V ewt. 1 60
usxs, w n. ........ -.
Wheat, oa sea
ted, V bn....
BEAD AND REMEMBER I
That Fresh Oysters are now for sale at
J. P. Eidt's Bakery, and when yon are
in town and want an Oyster Stew, got
ten up in fine style, don't forget me. I
will gtve you the "Boss" Stew every
Or if you want a cold lunch, cup of
coffee or tea, I can satisfy yon on that.
Fresh Bread and warm Biscuit every
When you want good Crackers we
have them. I keep Crawford ds Zeller's
Best Extra Farina Crackers, besides
Lemon, Soda, Graham, Butter, Cream,
Oatmeal, Boston Butter, and Brack-
nells; I am sure we can suit you In the
Smokers should remember I sell good
Cigars. Those who have smoked the
"Bull Head" know what it Is. I sell It
and other brands as good.
Candles. I take the lead in all kinds.
Good mixed Candy for 20 cts. a pound.
Stick Candy the same.. Fine Candy but
little more. Now don't you forget me,
just north of Rinlngers store.
D.D. Palmer, D.D.S.
Successor to Dr. J. J. Stedmsn.
TTa rasa al sf y Ant-, am rrtwan a Itsa
Preservation of tne
Rv fillintr BHid Meaninc.
Inserted upon all tbe various bases ;
known to the profession.
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Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Bussia, Egypt,
India, China, and Japan, with a graphic de
scription of the places visited, manners and
customs of the countries, interesting inci
dents, enthusiastic ovations by Emperors,
Kings, and the people ot all climes. Sure
to all who take hold; will positively outsell
all books. ..
Agents Wanted oe
cheapest, tbe best, and the only authentic
low-priced book on the subject. 600 pages.
Price $2 50.
Address FORSHEE A McMAKJK,
183 West Fifth St, Cincinnati, O.
LADIES and GENTLEMEN are invited
to call and examine tbe beat line of
that was ever brought into market, and we
will convince you that we are selling
STOVES as low as sny other plsee on the
Western Reserve. We have a new Cooking
stove, manufactured by the same company
that got 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 markt about one year, and its sales
have rapidly increased, and now it is claimed
by every one to be the best and most con
venient stove made. So do not buy any
other until you have seen tue TRAVELER.
Should you went a cheaper one, we can
surely snit you, as ws have an endless vari
ety of that class. Among them are the
Stewait Range, Dresden Range, Norwood,
Rarus. Spirit of jo, Xiapoleon, ana many
T I XT AEE!
Milk Pans snd k Pails at Wholesale
or Retail, or any tlso yoa may want
TIN OR AGATE
Ware line. We have a few moie ot those 30
and 0 gallon Milk Cans, which we will
close out at Wholesale Ptices, ao do not de
lay until they arts all j;one.
We keep a full assortment, of Cultiva-
lors, Plows, Horse Rakes, Forks, Scythes
and Snaths, Shovels, 8pails, Ac.
A fine line of Porcelain lined and plain
Wood Pamp, and the various stales of
Iron Pitcher rumps.
Are oBVred ou our
Fl rc And Ten Cent
The namber and variety of really nseful
articles that can be puichased, ia aa toning
Call and look it ever, and when you want to
buy yon wul not forget it.
Tin Roofing, Esvespsuting, or any other
kinaot rap ur work i t
TIN, COPPER, or SHEET
IRON WARE I
We would say that we keen first Cli
Workmen. In regard to prices, we will
guarantee prioes to be ss low as ths lowest.
46-tf F.'T. SMITH.
Fcr Sale or Bent.
Bouse and Lot on Prospect Btrcst.
If 381" 1
aire of W. W. Ball.
.H. B. Hamlin.'
Heulqnarters , For
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN,
Has on sale a new Brand of Flour of
absolutely the best quality in town, at
the same price you par for inferior
kinds. Try it, and get rid of that bane
of the family, bad bread.
Farmers bavin e 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 tbelr lands. .
have been proved to be tbe most pow
er I ul, best and cheapest fertilizer in the
market. Hade 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 purchasing elsewhere. There
is no stock to compare with It, either in
extent or variety.
Trimmed Bonnets and Hats, at $1.00,
$1.50, $3.00, $3.50 and up.
Leghorn HaU, at 60c 75c $1.25, and
Imitation Leghorn, at 25c 87Jc 50c
Children's llaU, from 12 cents to $1.
A great variety of Ribbons aud Flow
ers, very cheap.
Bargains in Silks and Satins, at 30c
60o 75c $1.00 $1.23 $1.50 and $2.00 per
New Fancy Goods. Laces at very
low prices. The Finest line of Em
broidery ever offered in Wellington.
Bargains In Hosiery and Corsets.
Do not forget to call.
MRS. H. IT. ROCKWOOD.
Buckeye Jower and Reaper,
Tiger Sulky Rake.
Thomas Sulky Rake.
Aultman fe Taylor Threshing
Superior Grain Drill.'
Dnnkirk Cultivator. -Bone
meal and Phosphate
standard Fertilizers. .Look
through my stock before pur
chacing. Wm. Morrow, Agt,
34-3m. Wellington, O.
A WREKtn roar own town. $nd
no capital rfftked. Ton can give
um oomirrr-ajts a inau wiiaout ex
penae. The beat opportonlty ever
offered to tboae willing to work.
You aliould try nothing else until
too aee fur rooraelf what too en
do at the bnatneaa we offer. Mo room to explain here.
Ton can devote all your time or only yonr pare time
to the bnalneaa. and make great pay for every hoar
that yoa work. Women make aa much aa mrn. Send
t special pnvmie verma sou pvriviau-a wmcu w
nail free, go Outfit free. Uon't complain, of hard
times when yon have such a chance.
UaliLai a m rvTUaUMft. ataino.
Having fitted up the Rooms
formally occupied by A.M.
FITCH, for the exclusive
WHOLES AL E AND RETAIL,
I shall keep the best stock of Tobaccos and
Cigars in town, snd can guarantee, if you
will favor me with a call, tbe best
CIGAR FOR FIVE CENTS
in town. Also a choice line of Chewing and
I can't be beat for Quality or Price.
I shall keep nothing bnt the best of Goods,
at the very Lowest Prices.
Hoping that yon will call and convince
yourselves, that the place to bay Tsbsccos
snd Cigars is where they mske a business ot
thst, and that only.
I await your favors,
49-tf. A. P. DIMOCK.
You buy healthy food this unhealthy
weather. Drtnk ditto. Bowlby &
Hall's Groceries and Provisions, being
pure and healthy, can hurt nobody uu
less yoa make a glutton of yourself.
Not an atom of adulteration goes Into
onr Coffee. We ssy this knowingly,
for we roast aud 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 have in
The celebrated Dried Beef Shavings
are manufactured at our ranch, where
tbe alwaysalikeandunequaled Shelby
Floor and Buffalo Crackers are kept
which is at
BOWLBY & IIALL.
A toll of Bask Bills, Sunday eveolaav AoeiMt
Stth. aoBMwhere oa the road betweea th Crater of
Banttaston to Wsillnstoa and thence East to the
towallna of renaald. The finder will be liberally
rswardedbyretaralBsitto this office, or to Martin
ToBdayke, with S. Scran ton, one mile Honk ot
. Is found at the waxerooms of : .
Wellington, O. ;
Great additions have been made to
the stock to meet the - demands of the
trade. The purchaser rtill find a match
less variety of splendid, low-priced
goods as well as the costly. The public
can see at their showrooms very fine
PARLOB GOODS, 1
Which they offer at very Low 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 this business
we guarantee to keep in good condition
all bodies put in our charge for any
length of time desired, without cbansre
Triumph" Force Feed Grain 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 of 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
This Drill has been for many rears
before the public, and its high reputa
tion has been so rally est&Dlished that
for thousands of our reader an extend
ed description is not necessary; but to
our many .friends who nave examined
it only cassually, and others who may
wish to bay and have no knowledge or
It, I will show with pleasure.
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
Eight good reasons why every Far
mer should use the Homestead brand
Because It gives tbe crop a quick and
vigorous Etart. It matures the crop
trom 10 to ia uays earner man any ocn-
er manure, thereby, in many cases sav
ing the entire crop from early frost. ID
will increase your crcp from 50 to 100
per cent. It adds 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 recommended to oe, genuine
Bone Phosphate. ' None sent to mar-.
ket till analyzed and known to De up
to the required standard. It is reduced
to a fine, dry powder., which can be:
sown with a drill, thereby insuring a
great economy in its use on grain
crops. ' - !
T. S. WOOL1E7.
Light-Running; .: .
Domestic Sewing Machine
The new TJNDERBR AIDER, which Is the '.
best and only thing of the kind ever ued, la '
now a part of the machine, and, wltb the
new Self-Threading Shuttle, SeU-Adjustlng
Needle, new Take-up, Combination -Wheel
and other improvements maaes it tne uest .
Under-feed be wing Machine made. I am
also agent for the
Davis Vertical Feed
rrvL vr TT
AiltJ JJttW XxUlUC
Sewing Machines, each of which hss ad ran- -tapes
peculiar to itself, which recommends .
them for a variety of uses and make them
reennd to none in the market.
Patties desiring machines will find it to
their advantage to give me a call. All ma" '
chines warranted. AH kinds of Sewing
Machine Needles and also a fine quality of
Bewing Machine Oil kept for sale.
S, P. HASTINGS, Ag't,
Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, 0
IT WILL PAY YOU
To buy your SHIRTS of
Practical Shirt Maker,
N. T. Hills or Wamsntta, 2200 linen, 1 24.00
a . u 1800 r 18 03
As good ss any eastern shirt, - 12.00
Six shirts f or - - - - 6.00
I do mv own cutting' snd can furnish a '
better fittirg and better shirt than you can .
get elsewhere. Measure taken by - -
F. C. LEACH, Agent,
At Harvey's. Wellington, O.
P. 8. A nice line of imported shirtings.
UNCLE ROBINSON'S .;,
LEMONADE, ICE CREAM,
church and benevolent
objects I will make reasonable
deductions, also to merchants.
Please do not forget that I keep a fall sup
ply of Groceries and Provisions, together
with Frnits and Confectionery, Toliacco and
Cigar, Lnnch and Hot Tea and Coffee at all
hours, and no pains spared to accommodate
all who call.
. Thankful for past favors I remain yonr
y camera, ....
.to! wool. r 0,. .a&ess