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Thursday, Sept. 18, 1879.
V, HOUGHTON. M. H. HOUGHTON,
O. O. O. & I. It. R. Time-table.
Trains leave Wellington Station u fol
low : r
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Bo. a Wight Kxpnea. Man.. . . 1:401.1.
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Ko- l-Om)ui . S:SS r.M.
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w. h. naaxB. akm.
DISCIPLB CWtTBCH. Mikii awry Sabbath at
UKSO A. M aa 7.-00 P. M. Sbkl School at 13
M. Prayer Meettaa oa Taaraaay Toalngm, . w. m.
COTQRSOATin AX. CHTTRCH. Serrleee rnrr
Mint at 10:99 A. If. ud T:On p. it. Sabbath
rtnl HUM. Ptayr MeaUag-oa Taaiaiif araa
taaa. J, A. ia7, pastor.
JfaTrTOTJIST KPI9XPAL CHURCH
err gabbaih at IO-.SO A. M. aaa 7:00 P.
Saboun Beaooi at 11 M.
MoatlBS aa Tears-
day aTcataaa. S. a. AttrisBi. eeator.
Arrival and Departure of Mail.
I Arrl oa TiiiHt. TaaralaT and Satardar
Puoaald. i at a A. M. um at 1 P. M.
Brtrttou. I Antra sady at to A. M. Leave at
K. CWbSeld, t . 11 AH.
HaattactOB. Arrive Moaear. Waaaeeeav oa Frt
SaiUvaa, Soar at I P.M. Ieavo Ta.iav.Thare
Polk, :- I aayeaaSatatiay atS:S0 A. M.
PeaSeM, ) '
ppeacer, i ajttvo Taoaoar. 1 aaray aim
HooirrOc. ( 4ay. at 1 1 A. M. Loito at 1 P. M.
' PublliUiers 'Notice.
The aMrtattaboloaoachaaofTaliowa the sate to
Wulca Ik aabocHbar aaa tela, thoas
- Jerry Smith 1 jan 79
SlfnlSco aat Mr. SmKk aa. pata for hla paper aatfl
J taoan Ik. M7B. Tar Ball llat ooioeicd woaklr
Br eoa altlnc tbe aaa oatubal amy sutncrlber eaa
toil la aa lutaat how hla oeeoaat otaada. and wkstfc
or a. haa racolval prater cndltua oar huoKa.
each taainlnai. atfaloa tjaa.
Instead ft adraicing the pries of Over
caU to cotivspond with the advance In
prion ut woolens, we are arlUDg chcaprr thaa
crer berorte.1 Ea'lj U the eVrtn closed
oat s line of beSTers, woratoda and chlDchll
laa way baiow the taetory pricey so that we
an aelli frooi 10 to t per ccat. below Uat
year's price. These prices will be hold an til
our present stock Is closed oat. Cobs early
and get bargalna, a we cannot replace them
tor the same money.
Oar stock ait mens and boys clotblnc; Is
complete of latest styles, elejrantly cut and
made. Oar prices bars CTer been the envy
of competitor." We a oa ran tee oar prices
to be the lowest, and warrant every garment
to be as re preaea tad, and evcrythlnjr that
Is not satisfactory In every respect may be
ratamed and we win refund tbe money.
Business salts. $5.00 to tlSjOO. ,
Boys salts, tlM to fTM.
We can beat the netlvta on Hats. We
happened to be In Hew York In time to strike
n fall ore of a large hat and famlahinjr goods
boose, and boagkt quite a stock at suction.
We will sell as good a bat for 90 cents as yoa
will get elsewhere tor el; aa good for 73 eta.
as you will get elsewhere for tLSO. We will
sell as good a Gossamer Bilk Bat for 13.00 as
you will And In any other store for IS.S0 to
$8.00. .. . . .
We hare a lob lot of ladies underwear at
about halt price. Bo trouble to ahow goods.
Come and examine our atock and satisfy
yourselves We think we have as nice a line
of cloth and suitings aa you will And in Lo
rain county, and It (elk knows. Just how to
make them up.
- A. H. 'ITCH, the Clothier.
1 ' Sale.
LToum and lot oa North Mala street.
Inquire of A. S. Powers. if
Thoroughbred ' oTeraey -Wan
tad, stock-breeders and dairymen to
know that B. T. Jones, of Wellington, has n
ne Jersey bull, bred by the noted Importer
and breeder, W. L. Gardner, Korwalk, Ohio.
It la thoroughbred and Is recorded la the
American Jersey Cattle Club Beciater, and
s a very fine animaL Those interested
please call at his farm In the north part of
the village. - Sltf
No Deception Used. .Z1
It la strange so many people will continue
to suffer day after day with Dyspepsia, liv
'er eomplaiat. Constipation, 8our Stomach,
General Debility, when they can procure at
oar store Shlloh's TiUliser. free of cost If
It does not cure or relieve them. Price IS
cents.' Sold by Everett A Starr, Wellington,
0o to Krerett A Starr's (or T. H. Ksvis
ot Co.d Pioneer Prepared Paint, mixed ready
or use. Warranted to give satisfaction.
For Sale. :
A desirable Heuae and Lot tor
Ansly to J. H. Br Idea. . .
"Could not do Without it."
' - Tocwaavnxn, Pa-, May 14, 1878.
Da. hf. K. Fnmaa. rredonls, N. T.,
Deer Sir: I had Uver eomplaiat and a
numbness of my limbs and goneral debility.
One bottle of your Blood and Liver Bemedy
and Nerve Toole greatly benefitted me. At
tbe time I wrote yon there was none in the
I lace and I thought I could not do without
t. I have recommended It to a number of
my friends and they have taken It with eat.
lsfactory results. Very truly yours, '
MR& WM. A. MEAD.
Dr. Franer' Blood and Liver Remedy
and Nerve Tonic may well bo called
"The conquering hero" of the time. It
la the medical triumph of the age. Who
evr has "the bluee4 should take it, for
it regulates and restores the disordered
system that gives rise to them. It al
wsys enree Billiousneea and Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion, Headaches. Fever and Ague, Spleen
Xnlargmeate, Berof ula, 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 when the system is running
down or going into decline; cures Fe
male weakneee and Cbroalo Rheuma
tism, and relieves Chronic Bronchitis,
and all Long and Threat difficulties.
It does these things by striking at the
root of disease ana removing its causes.
Da Fanner's Improved Cough Honey
win relmve any cough In one hour.
Dr. Fe oner's Golden Relief cares any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or
headache in S to 80 minutes, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint,
dlarrhoBA, dysentery. - For sale by Dr. S.
B. Bmerson. Dr. . Fenner'e. Bt. Vitus
Danes Specific One bottle always cures.
For sale by dealers.
At wnoieesie ey win s vouo, vetrou.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
New Goods at Frank B. Serage's.
Tbe walls of the new school build
ing are np and the foundation Is a bet
ter piece or masonry than we hare had
Girls can get nice school bags at
A. M. Fitch's. l-l
Over one hundred people from
Wellington and vicinity, went to Cln
clnnatt oa the excursion and spent
Tuesdsy at the Exposition.
We have got In a good assortment
of new styles of Hats, which we are
pleased to show. IV. W. Habvbt.
Burglars attempted to enter J. H.
Wooley's, S. Arnold's and YT. "W. Har
vey's dwellings Sunday night, and la
each case were frightened away, and
secured no booty.
Boys can get bice school begs at
A. H. Fitch's.
The street crossing opposite Mr
Power was token np Monday, to attend
to some sewerage repairs. A good deal
of expensive turnpiktng and putting in
of stone culverts has been done east of
The lamp post at the corner of
Prospect and Railroad streets, has ex
Wednesday Oct. 1st. Hon. J. G'
Blaine will address a Mass Meeting at
Elyrla. It will be the grand opportu
nity to hear one of the strongest and
most notable statesmen of the day.
Let every one who can, go and hear
nead-quarters for school books and
all schools supplies is at Houghton's.
Hon. James Monroe on his return
from Spencer and Sullivan last week,
favored the Eittesprisk with a call.
Onr Congressman Is looking well and
doing good service In Informing the
people of his district npnn topics of na
tional importance, about which he Is
A box of shoes, your choice for 23
cent, at Frank B. Scrape's.
J. W. Wilbur bought a large stock
of eastern Stoves before the recent ad
vance In prices. You can save money
by buying your stoves of him, as he
Intends to sell at greatly reduced rates
from present prices. Remember that
a dollar raved la better than two
For stationery, school books, and
all school supplies, go to Iloughton's
drug and book store. tf
Mr. E. West, since purchasing the
house formerly owned by Mr. Colver,
has built a new front porch and steps,
the stone work of which is not ex
celled by anything of tbe - kind we
have seen In Wellington. Tbe house Is
elegantly finished, has a veiy attract
ive exterior, and is probably the finest
of Its slse in Wellington.
Wamtkd. A competent girl to do
general housework. Permanent situa
tion for onehoneet,lndnatrlons and cap
able. Enquire at this office. tf
The crowded state of our columns pre
vents onr giving the M. E. Conference
appointments entire. The following
goto new charges. E. T. Warner,
Berea; W. G. Ward, Elyria; B. Hush-
our, Avon ; B. A. Disney, Lorain ; E.
L. Tompkins, Granger; J. Tor bet, Shl-
loh ; I. H. M'Connell, Wooster ; TJ. Rich
ards, West Salem ; F. S. Wolfe, Wads-
Our new Fall stilts will please yon.
as they are complete In fit and style,
and what Is more we make no advance
In prices. W. W. Haxtkt.
Mrs. A. H. Palmer is In constant
receipt of New Millinery Goods, and
has an assortment of the leading styles
of Hats, Bonnets, etc., for the fall
trade. On or about the first of October
she will add to her business that of
dreesmaklne. Having secured an ac
complished dressmaker from Cleve
land, she would be pleased to have a
call from those who need anything In
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. Habtxt.
One of the finest stocks of Boots
Shoes, Rubbers, etc., ever offered to
the people of Wellington, are offered
low at Frank B. Serage's.
An art critic of wide observation In
this country and Europe, writing about
the paintings exhibited at the Trl-State
Fair, for a Toledj journal, mentions
Andromache" painted byS.S. nough-
ton of Wellington, first In the list of
"rare excellence," which was a mark
of great favor, considering tbe fine col
lection shown there. Another writer
of judgment and experience says of It,
"no painting on exhibition seemed
more to attract the popular atteotton
and praise than "Andromache." nis
painting of Queen Esther preparing to
go before the King, was accepted by the
Art Committee, and Is on exhibition at
the Cincinnati Exposition.
Mrs. J. J. Thomas is visiting friends
Mr. and Mrs. Pitkin of Cbardon are
visiting at J. H. Wight's.
Mr. R. L. French Is recovering from
an attack of typho-malartal fever.
Aldls Asire of Medina, Is going to
Germany, to study music.
Mrs. Oliver, the woman preacher of
York, going to move to Clrcleville, O.
Postmaster Ogden attended the re
union of his regiment at Toangstown,
D. A.Wlllard, who has been on tbe
sick- list several days, Is again able to
be on tbe street.
Rev. J. W. Mendenhall was made
secretary of the N. O. Conference at Its
late session at Wooster.
Mrs.E. D. Calkins has returned from
a three months visit to her son's in
Grand Traverse Co., Mich.
Mrs. B. D. Noble returned several
days since, from a visit to her daughter
Mr. Still id an of this place hss pur
chased the farm of Mrs. Ashbel Crane,
In Penfleld, and the latter has tal:en in
the exchange his house and lot on
Barker street, in this village.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Phelps were In
town from Saturday till to day, when
they left for their home In Union City,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rows sailed last
week from New York for Beanos
Ayres, South Amerlcs, and will reach
there about New Years.
Rev. W. L. Phillips of New London,
has been seriously 111. He has been
presented a watch to replace the one
stolen from him a few weeks ago.
- Mr. Morehouse of Litchfield, father of
C. H. Morehouse, came here two weeks
ago, was taken 111 and has been con
fined to the house, unable to return.
Mrs. Jennie Baker Lyman, formerly
of Berea, recently returned from a two
years absence In Europe, and has been
secured as teacher of tbe French lan
guage In Miss Guilford's academy,
Queen Victoria does not approve of
famous beauties allowing the sale of
their photographs, and very properly
means to discourage it. But tbe news
gossips will have to stop raving about
the Mrs. Lsngtry's if the public are
not to have curiosity further gratified.
Mr. and Mrs. John Baldwin, Jr., and
family upon reaching their Louisiana
home a few days ago, found their
dwelling, ware-house and several other
buildings destroyed by the late severe
storm that swept through the region of
tbe Teche to the gulf. Berea Adver
tiser. Mrs. G. R. Brooker of Litchfield,
while visiting her daughter, Mrs. A.
W. Hayes at Oakfield, N. Y., had the
misfortune to step off and tail down a
flight of stairs, fracturing her collar
bone. The accident occurred a week
ago Sunday night, and she was doing
well at last accounts.
Judge McClnre of Akron, lately
bought Chlpiewa Lake, at sheriff's
sale. I. e., all the land lying under and
bordering on the lake for a distance of
several rods, or what was high water
mark fifty years ago. It Is estimated to
cover an area of 1000 acres, and several
years ago was sold for $3,000, the late
sale, resulting from a. foreclosure of a
mortgage given on the lake to secure
Rev. Dr. Hovt, editor of the Western
Christian Advocate; Rev. Geo. Mather
of Wellington, and Rev. Samuel Mow
er of Gall Ion. were at the X. O. Con
ference at Wooster, elected delegates to
the General Conference, which meets
at Cincinnati cext May; Rev. G. n.
Hartnpee of Norwalk, and J. A. Kel
ts m, reserves. The Lay delegates
elected were Hon. Horace Benton,
Cleveland, and J. D. Stubbs.
editor of the Ashland Times;
alternates, L. C Laylin. Norwalk, and
G. W. Carey, MUlersbnrg.
Pres. and Mrs. Hayes were tendered
a grand reception at Gen. Buckland's
residence in Fremont Satarday after
noon and evening. At 4 p. m., an ar
my ut school children, 1900 stiong, fi
led la from the High School building
and went In procession to greet htm
and were each taken by tbe hand.
Before introducing the President and
Gen. Sherman, Gen. Buckland spoke
highly complimentary of tbe condition
of the schools under tbe able manage
ment of Supc W. W. Ross. Herald.
No more pans: of sorrow;
No more throb of pain;
No more dread of morrow;
No mora beating rain;
No more blasts of winter;
No more clouds o'er head;
J ost a peaceful hoar ef rest
In a narrow bed.
No more restless longing;
No more loss or gain;
No more fancies thronging
To a weary brain;
No more hope of heaven;
No more faith for thee;
Just a blissful waking up
' A. A.
Another Pioneer Gone.
D. W. C. Dickson, a pioneer in Litch
field and Penfleld, and fsther of Hon.
J. n. Dickson of Wellington, died Sat
arday morning, after several weeks
Illness at his home in Penfleld, aged
about 81 years.
Mr. Dickson was postmaster for many
years and had filled various- publie of
fices, being one of the better educated
and most Intelligent men of bis day.
He was tbn pioneer singing master of
Litchfield and sorrounding towns, and
until pi evented by the Infirmities of
age, drilled classes in music, led church
choirs and gave himself to the unenvi
able task of teaching hundreds of young
people to read niusio and sing with ac
curacy, and these will alwsys assoclste
him with the good times of the heyday
of their youth.
' When all this region was a wilder
ness, those pilgrimages at night through
the woods were not unattended with
adventure, and he had promised to
give us a series of pioneer recollections
for publication, only one paper of
which he lived to complete.
At the M. E. Church, of which he
was a faithful and devoted member, he
was a remarkably constant attendant,
teaching for years an adult Bible class,
until compelled to give it up during tbe
last winter, on account of feeble health.
Former ministers who hae lived at the
parsonages close by his home, old neigh
bors and many friends who received
from him a cordial greeting and many
kindnesses, will recall his memory with
tenderness, and knowing how ho bad
lived with reference to tbe future life,
will believe that "for him to die was
That Cheap Encyclopaedia.
Volume one of the new "Library of
Universal Knowledge" Is Issaed Sep
tember 20th. It contains 738 pages of
small but clear and beautiful type,
handsomely printed ou good paper and
Is neatly and strongly bound In cloth,
half morocco and half Russia, at BO
cents, 75 cents, and $1.00 per volume.
The succeeding volumes will appear
about two a month, till the 20 volumes
completing the work are issued. Spec
imen volumes are sent to any part oi
the United States, 10 cents extra for
postage, with tbe privilege of return
after ten days examination. Special
terms are offered to early subscribe! g
and to clubs, of which full particulars
are sent free on request by the publish.
era, tbe American Book Exchange, 65
Beekman street, New York.
That a complete Encyclopedia, first
class in character, and containing more
matter than any heretofore published
la this country at any pries, should be
made and sold for the trifling sum of
$10.00, seems so extraordinary that
many who wish It may be true, are
very naturally Incredulous. The same
house publish a large list of standard
works, all at similarly low prices and
the presence of some" already In the
hands of hundreds of thousands of lov
ers of good books In all parts of the
land. Is naturally rnpltlly transforming
tho incredulous Into patrons and enthu
siastic friends of the enterprise. No
mystery Is made about the cause of the
low prices they are the reduced cost
of manufacture to about one-half what
It was a few years ago. the method of
sale, direct to the purchaser, saving
blm the lsrge commissions commonly
paid to agents and dealer, and a very
Urn aal. - It la worth the coat of a
postal card to see their catalogue.
Late News Notes.
The East Ohio Conference meets in
Akron, Sept. 24th.
Mr. W. Snearer Is to build two large
stores on Broad street, Elyrla, before
S. J. Scott of Clarksfleld, has a calf
aged 170 days which weighs 697
There will be a county temperance
convention In Amherst, Oct. 9th, when
It is desired that there be a full repre
sentation from all parts of the county.
The Akron Beacon mentions the kill
ing of three horses within two days, by
being pierced with thill, two of them
at different places by collision In the
darkness and one by a runaway.
The Cleveland Catholic Universe of
Sept. 11th, enjoins npon thetr people
special devotions supplicating the dead
Msbop and martyr St Blaalus to protect
their children from the fatal scourge of
Finch Bros, have shipped during this
month, so far, 232 head of cattle, and
have sold at borne, here In Burllngame,
350 head. They have also pot out to be
wintered 150 head. This shows the ex
tensive business of this enterprising
firm. Tbe money represented In these
transactions aggregates about $22,000.
We might also mention the fsct that
during the month of August this firm
sold 400 head, aggregating In value
about $20,000. Osage (Kas.) Chronicle.
Tbe truest courtesy is the truest
A womsn Is great In proportion to
tbe Ideal she suggests.
When a true love has bolted the door
a false one serenades in vain under the
To the true heart, no toll which Is
necessary to give peace and good cheer
to any loved soul Is mean or common
place. Let the soul be assured that some
where In tbe universe It shall meet Its
friend, and It will be satisfied alone a
thousand years. Emerson.
The object of all ambition should be to
be happy at home. If we are not hap
py there, we surely cannot be happy
Generally, tays Bllflnch, superior
men are lonely men. Their superiority
Isolates them ; or It is st once the effect
and cause of Isolation.
Things are saturated with the moral
law. Tbero is no escape from It. Vio
lets and grass preach it; rain and snow
wind and tides, every change, every
course In nstnre, Is nothing but a dis
The difference one person more or less
Can make In families, Is past sll guess.
Legend of Navarre.
Be prayeth best who leaves ungaeased
The mystery of another's breast.
Why cheeks grow pale, why eyes o'erflow.
Or heads are white, thou needa't not know.
Enough to note by many a sign
That every heart hath needs like thine.
As torrents in Summer
half dried In their channels,
Suddenly rise, thongh
the sky hss been cloudless,
For rain has been falling
fsr off at their fountains;
So hearts that are fainting,
grow fall to o'erflowlng.
And they that behold It,
marvel and know not
That God at their fountains
tar off has been raining. '
Harper's Magaalne for October.
The October number of Ilarper's Mag
azine Is unusually rich la illustrations
and varied In Its literary attractions.
Mr. Chas. A. Cole's paper on "Paint
ed Glass In Household Decoration," ac
companied by some extremely interest
ing illustrations, is to the general
reader a remarkable revelation. The
writer, besides a general review of tbe
subject, shows what tbe glass painters
are uow doing In New York.
S. G. W. Benjamin concludes his se
ries, "Fifty Years of Amerlean Art,"
with a third paper. This will be fol
lowed la the November number by an
article on "Early American Painters,"
with similar illustrations.
Mrs. Helen S. Conant's "A Ramble
In Central Park" is not intended to be
a formal description of the Park, but a
presentation of some of Its most pictur
Miss Curtis contributes two remsrka
bly beautiful illustrations for Philip
Bourke Marsttn's poem, "The Two
Burdens," and Mr. Frank H Taylor a
very entertaining and Instructive paper
on Texas, with seventeen characteristic
A novel descriptive paper,wlth quaint
pictures of Irish scenery and character,
is' by Miss J. L. Cloud, entitled, "The
Connemitra II ills."
The editorial departments are well
sustained. Tbe Easy Chair timely and
entertaining, and the Literary Record a
very complete summary of current
List of letters remaining unclaimed
In Wellington P. O., for the week end
ing Sept. 20,1879:
Hiram Blanchard, Prof. J. Crowther.
Wm. Frank. Frank A. Hoful, Worden
D. Smith, E. Z. Wilcox.
J. T. Oodbit, P. M.
When calling far tbe above please
I say "Advertised."
Sick headache Incessantly distracts
many. Let such use "Seller's Liver
Pills." 25 cents a box.
Every one will find a general tonic
In "Llndsey's Improved Blood Search
er." All druggists sell It.
The labor question. This Is one of
tbe oldest questions known to political
economy. The warfare between capital
and labor has been going on for the last
4,000 years, more or less, and is still
raging. For bad blood take Scovill's
Blood and Liver Syrup. Warranted to
cure all scrofulous humors, eruptions,
etc., and cleanse the system of all Im
purities. A message from Manse. Clergy
men's wives are more famous for the
number of their children than the full
ness of their pockets. This, perhsps,
entitles them to their universal credi
bility on domestic topics, and this also
gives abundant benefit to the statement
made by Mrs. Lillie Fraxey of the
Methodist Episcopal Parsonage of East
Chester, New York, that the only treat
ment for caked or broken breasts ever
nsed by her Is Giles' Liniment Iodide
Sold by all druggists. Send tor pam
phlet. Dr. Gilbs,
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
Trial size 25 cents,
A Trsgedian's sore throat. Edwin
Booth, like most of his professional
brethren, suffers frequently from se
vere Inflammation of tbe throat, which
prevents him occasionally from ap
pearing cn the stage. This theatrical
sore throat is sometimes so serious that
It actually drives an actor Into private
life. Booth, however, promptly stops
the first symptom with Giles' Liniment
Sold by all druggists. Send for pam
phlet. Dr. Gilbs,
120 West Broadwsy, N. Y.
Trial size 25 cents.
The Ohio Free Communion Baptist
Association held here from Sept. 9th to
11th; opening sermon by Rev. O. D.
Patch of Cleveland ; lecture Wednesdsy
evening by Prof. Fisk of Hillsdale, on
the first three days of creation. It was
a scientific lectnre based npon religious
principles. All who heard this elo
quent and Instructive speaker, 1 am
sure will want to hear blm when he
comes to visit us again next Sabbath
Addresses Thursday evening by Judge
Milles and Miss Nellie Phillips of
Hillsdale. The Judge took his staff
from the Bible for his remarks and It
sustained him well. Tbe subject of
Xlss Phillips remarks was the life and
customs of missionaries and people of
India. She was born in India, but sent
to this country when small to be edu
cated. She has finished a course ' of
study and is about to commence a med
ical course before returning to India.
Essays and discussions on practical
subjects each day of the session. There
were fifteen or twenty ministers pres
ent. It was a very pleasant ahd happy
meeting, fraught with much Intellectu
al and spiritual Instruction. We hope
It may not be many years before we
may have another.
Mrs. J. M. 8ilcox of Attics, Mrs. C.
King of Chicago Junction and Mrs.
Ash by of Toledo, have all been guests
at B. L. Manns the past week.
R. A. Ilorr and L. Derrick gave
Rochester political speeches a few
nights ago. Muslo by the Rochester
Rev. O. V. Rice has resigned the pas
torate of tbe Cong. Church, and will
soon remove with his family to the far
West.. Rev. and Mrs. Rice have during
their stay endeared themselves to a
large circle of warm friends, who .will
very much regret their departure.
The Baptist Church was filled to over
flowing last Sabbath, there being no
other service In town.
A basket picnic to Chippewa Lake on
Wednesday, is talked of by our Sunday
Died, Saturday night, Sept. 20, after
an illness of several week, Mrs. Thomas
Furze, aged seventy-nine years. Mrs.
Furze was a woman of eminent piety
and more than ordinary worth, who en
deared herself alike to old and voung.
Recorder Blanchard and family made
a short visit In town last week.
The worst mud hole In Lorain county
may be found west of the river bridge,
on the Center road ; who is responsi
An unusually large acreage of wheat
has been sown this fall, mnch of
with commercial fertilizers, principally
phosphate, which is thought by one man
here, who has tasted It, to cotttain an
acid ; will take his word for it rather
than repeat the test.
September 22, 1379.
Tbe seeding for this Fall is nearly all
done, and farmers are cutting their corn
as fast as possible. A few light frosts
lsst week have hurried up those . who
need their corn fodder for feed. .
Some of our citizens assembled at the
old hall on last Thursday evening, to
listen to some remarks msde by a gen
msn from Greenwich, with regard to
the railroad surrey which was made
here recently. According to his ac
count the prospect Is not very bright.
It Is reported that Gen. Garfield will
sneak here on Monday. Sept. 28 tb. Let
us give the General a large audience.
Rev. Mr. Everts of Bsttle Creek,
Mich., will preach at the Congrega
tional Church, on next Sabbath.
DON'T BEAD THIS.
If you do, It will tell you where to
get your Oysters, and tbe best crackers
in town. When you buy of us once
we know you will come back again,
for all who buy our Champion Oysters
once, buy them always. They are as
good as the bet. One trial Is sufficient
with our crackers. You can get auy
kind you want.
We serve aa immense lot of Oyster
Stews, every day, which goes to show
that we are headquarters for them.
Do not forget us when you want an
Oyster Stew, Cold Lunch, or a cup of
Tea or Coffee on short notice.
Tbe Mead vlll e Index, like the others
of our exchanges from centers of dslry
trade, speaks of tbe dairy market as
having Its "boom," and all on board
being la high spirits over the upward
tendency of prices, and the belief Is
now quite general that the advance will
WxixuraTOx. O., Sept. 24, 1879.
The market Is Improving. We had
scarcely gone to press last week before
prices went up one cent, and since It
has raised as much more, Advices
from the East are equally encouraging
and It looks as though there might yet
be a chance for dairymen to make np
for their losses in the earlier part of
We quote: buying, (naked) 9 cts;
billing, (boxed) 10 cents.
Wellington Produce Market.
COBBBCTXD WBEBLT BT BALDWIN, LAON-
Amlea. dried.) lb s
Oeeae drened. V lb 00
H.y. too s 00
Apple, groea. buSDeto
MtfWtZ, 9 ID... ...... ..33
Beaaa, ) ba 1 So
BnckwhuL m ba m
Haow amoked, V lb.
Chlcean areed. m lb... 6
Clover oeea. bo. ...... ..4 OO
CaM Skloa. V lb 7
Potatoes ba.... 40
Rasa. lb I
81 1, Six. melt 3 OO
8alt,Ahtoe, lb S
Salt, Common. bbl.. 1 4u
Salt, Solar. bbl S 00
Sheep Pelca. lb .2SB1 00
Tarker draoaed, lb
Timothy ased.. ....... S OO
Wool. lb .ZSOS3
veaeoa aaina. .aoauo
DacludnsMd. V lb lo
Dairy, V ID 1440
Cmmen. lh IS
Veathera, lb 7U
Grain, Flour and Feed.
COBBBCTBD WBEBLT BT H. B. HAMLIN.
IBraa, ewt W. toa IS 00
Com. abelied. ba SO
Cora la ear. ba so
BbI White. aack .1 35
Oata. ba 23
Beet Red. aack. ..I so
No. a. m aek l on
Clorer Kod. ba ..
Tlmotlur ased. ba
Oraham. cat a on
Bocawneet Floor. ....3 an
Bolted Meal.cwt...l u
Meal. cwt. I Oil
nmi ah!! hn 4A
Cora. In ear, ba o
Cnop.weat I Ou
Middling., cwt .1 no
Shorts. cwt. ....83
OUMeai cwt. I so
oata, na. ........ .. ...mi
Clorer 10011. ba s SO
iTiBMtAYaeed bu...l OO
U.D. Palmer, D.D.S.
Successor to Dr. 3. J. Stedmau.
Especial attention given to the
.Preservation, of the
By filling and cleaning.
Inserted upon all the various bases
known to the profession.
-ALL WORK WARRANTED
OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING.
COBSDITPTION CAB BB CUBBD 1
FOR THE LUNGS
Coughs, Colds, Pneumonia
Bronchitis, Asthma Croup
and all Diseases of the Breathing Organs.
The Leading Specific for Consumption.
It sooths and heals the membrane of the
lungs. Inflamed and poisoned by the disease,
and prevents the night-sweats and tightness
across the chest which accompany It.
Is not an Incurable malady. It is only d se
es tay to have the right remedy, and HALL'S
BALSAM Is that remedy.
DONT DESPAIR OF BELIEF, for this
benign specific will cure you, even though
professional aid falls.
A MASS OF EVIDENCE
has been accumulating during a period of
THIRTT TEARS, proving the efficacy of
In ail diseases where the Throat, Chest and
Lungs are affected: and showing the esti
mation in which the remedy Is held by the
public and the medical profession. Bold by
all Druggist. 49-enw-ly.
Shoald be supplied at all times with a
remedy of acknowledged merit, for aae la
ease of accident, aa well as to eaae the many
aches and palna all are liable to. No rem
edy has given snch perfect satisfaction In
very trial aa the Cnratlve. In making this
assertion we know It can bo substantiated
by evidence of the most positive character.
The CUKATIYE is a Pana
cea for llheunialism, Neural
gin, Sciatica, Nervous Head
aches, Diphtheria, Sore
Throat, Cuts, Wounds, Burns,
Scalds, Bowel Complaints,
Dyspepsia, Toothache, Ear
ache, or wherever there Is
pain or Inflammation.
Tbe CURATIVE Is rendilr taken by old
and tod nr. and for external nae Its aontk
lug Influence makes It the ino-t desirable
medicine fur family use ever produced.
Give it a Trial,
And you will never be without K.
SOLO BT ALL HBCeGISTS.
LAWS0X CSEWCaL CO. Cleveland, 0.
Dr. MOTT'S LIVER PILLS.
THB ORKAT CATHARTIC VKOITABLB
They rectify torpidity of th Lirer.
They give tons to the Statu sell.
They act, wilheot griping, upon the bowels.
They ranore bOs from the Wood.
They purify, regalate, and tavlgorate the body.
wpeclany to forelga eoonuiea and the Tropica,
where dlnrden of the-Lirer sad Bowels are very
pteraleBt, shoald always carry a box of Mottft Mis
with them. SO-eow-ly.
Dr. Rogers' Worm Syrnp
iMtaatly deatroya Worms aad la recommended by
poyslclABS sa Um bast Worm atsdiclne la nae.
"L.A.TJGH AND OKOW FAT'
Won't do. You roust eat liealthy food
and drink liealthy drinks. Come to
Bowlby & Dall's and buy the "Old Re
liable" H. & 11. Oysters, the best
Crackers in town and some fresh roast
ed Coffee, and if you don't crow lat you
can depend upon the enjoyment of a
clear conscience for having done your
Our brands of Oysters are known;
they need no recommendations. We
ship direct from Baltimore and tbey
will always be in the bust possible con
dition. We bsve a larger variety of Teas than
ever before, and to persons who have
become disgusted to tbe last degree
with shoddy tea, at low prices, we can
ssy, call at tbe reliable Grocery Store,
and you can buy Tea that is perfection.
We have the best -stock of Flower
Pots and Hanging Baskets that was
ever in Wellington.
BOWLBY & HALL,.
5. B. Ha
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN,
Has on sale a new Brand of Floor of
absolutely the best quality in town, at
the same price you pay for inferior
kinds. Try it, and zt rid of that bane
of tbe family, bad bread.
Farmers baving grain should re
member that this is tbe place to get the
hizhest market price for it in cash.
They should also remember Jiat in or
der to continue to raise good crops they
must apply fertilisers to tbeir 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
Jilant food by the best known process,
t is the standard fertilizer; causing
immediate and lasting fertility, and is
perfectly adapted to all crops. Call
and get circulars.
Warehouse South of By., Depot,
4ln-33.tr Wellington, Ohio.
Around The World.
A complete record of the Journey of U. 8.
GRANT, through England, Ireland, Scot
land, France, Spain, Germany, Austria,
Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Russis, 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 Emperorc,
Kings, and the people of all climes. Sure
to aU who take hold; will positively outsell
Agents Wanted to this, the
cheapest, the best, and the only authentic
low-priced book on the subject. 800 psges.
Price IS 25.
Address COKSUEE A HcMAKIN,
188 West Fifth St, Cincinnati, O.
LADIES and GENTLEMEN' are invited
to call and examine the best line of
COOKING STOVES , .
that was ever brought into market, snd we
will convince yon that we are selling
STOVES as low as sny other place on the
Western Reserve. We hare a new Cooking
itoTn, manufactured by the same company
tbat got np the old Stewart Stove, which is
as much ahead of that as that wss ahead of
the old Clinton Air Tight. It has been on
tbe market about one year, and its sales
bsve rapidly increased, snd now it is claimed
by every one to be the beat and most con
venient stove made. So do not bny any
other until you have seen tue TRAVELER.
Should yon want a cheaper one, we can
snrely snit yoa, ss we have an endless vari
ety of that class. Among them are the
Stewart Kangr, uresaen Kange, .Norwood,
Barns, Spirit of '76, Napoleon, and many
T I IT "WARE!
Milk Pans snU Milk Pails at .Wholesale
or Retail, or any thing else you may want
TUT OR AGATE
Ware line. We have a few mote ol those SO
snd 40 gallon Milk Cans, which we will
close out at Wholesale Prices, so do not da
isy until they si all &one .
Ws keep a fall assortment, of Culti va
lors, Plows, Horse Rakes, Forks, Scythes
and Snaths, Shovels, Spades, Ac.
A fine line of Porcelain lined and plain
Wood Pumps, snd the various styles of
Iron Pitcher Pumps.
Are offered ou our
Five And Ten Cent
Tbs nn mbrr snd varietv of reallv naefnl
articles that can be pntchaaed, is aa toning
Call and look it ever, and when you want to
bay yoa will not forget it.
Tin Roofinir EivasnanLinir- or an nitiar
kind of rep dr work i i
TIN, COPPER, or 8HEET-
Wa wonli! aa that m Vr. n...
guarantee prices to be sa low as ths lowest.
46-tf F. T. SMITH. .
TOfjr own taTWTt. twirl
riasated. Yon ein art vsi
u a trial Wlf hrmt .
r Dew opmnunttr err
tboae willing to work.
try iKXbliiar else until
too see f.r ronrswif whew
do at the bnaliwsa we offer. No room to ex plait here
You can devot all roar time or oniy roar tmavre time
to tbe bustneaa, and make frreat pay for every hoar
l.lBa, juil wwi av. wmivb aaaeaaba as inuvn M BUril. OCOQ
for apeclal private terms and partlculara. which we
mall free. 5 Oaf AC free. Don't complain of hard
fU k A WKKK la
llisosi Wlira J was svv anaviB SB -- -TH. AIMATOBB) CT,
BAIXSTTCa.rorUaad. Malae. X7-1J
CTTT1 A'Pjln K33 &
Is found at the waierooms of .
Great additions have been, made to
the stock to meet the demands of the
trade. Tbe purchaser will find a match
less variety of splendid low-priced
goods as well as the costly. The publio
can see at their showrooms very fine
Which they offer at Very Low Prices.
We are prepared to furnish everything
In the Coffin and Cssket 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 cherre- for any
length of time desired, without change
Domestic Sewing Machine
The new TINDERBR AIDER, which is the
best and only thing of the kind ever used, is
now a part ot tbe machine, and, with the
new Self-Threading 8hnUle, Self-Adjusting
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
The JTew Home
Sewing afrchinea, each of which has advan
tages peculiar to itself, which recommends
them lor a variety of uses and make them
second to none in the market. -
Psities desiring machines will find it to
their alvantage to give me a call. AU ma
chines warranted. AU kinds of Sawing
Machine Needles snd also a fine quality of
Sewing Machine Oil ktpt for sale.
8. P. HASTINGS, Ag't, . .
Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, O
Jan. leth Ijt.
IT WILL PAY YOB
To buy your SHIRTS of
Practical Slilrt Maker, - Mansfield, O.
N. T. Mills or Wamsntta, 2200 linen, $34.00
" " " 1S00 18.00
As good as any eastern shirt, 12.00
Six shirts for - - . 6.00
I do my own cutting and can furnish a
better fitting and better ahirt than you can
get elsewhere. Measure taken by
: F. C. LEACH, Agent,
At Harvey's. A" Wellington, O.
P. 8. A nice line of imported shirtings.
U1TCLE ROBINSON'S .
. SODA WATER,
LEMONADE, ICE CREAM, '
AND . .
For church and benevolent .
objects I will make reasonable .
deductions, also to merchant.
Please do not forget that I keep a fall anp
ply of Groceries and Provisions, together
with Fruits and Confectionery, Tobacco and
Cigars, Lunch and Uot Tea and Coffee at all ' '
boors, and ne pains spared to accommodate
all who call.
Thankful for past favors I remain your
humble servant, '.
B. J. ROBINSON.
Having fitted up the Rooms
formally occupied by A. M.
FITCH, for the exclusive
- sale of
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
I shall keep the best stock ot Tobaccos and
Cigars In town, snd can guarantee, If yoa
will favor me with a call, the best
CIGAR FOR FIVE CENTS
in town. Ala a choice line of Chewing and
Smoking Tobaccos. '
I cant be beat tor Quality or Price.
I shall keep nothing bat the best of Goods,
at the very Lowest Prices.
Hoping that you will call and convince
yourselves, that the place to buy Tobaccos
and Cigars Is where they mske a business of
that, and that only,
I await your favors,
48-tf. A. P. DIlfOCK.
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