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Thursday, Oct. 23, 879.
J. V. HOUGHTON. M. H. HOUGHTON,
C.C.C.& I. IS. B. Time-table.
Trains leave Wellington Station aa fol
low : .L" - '-
Vol. Cta. AM. bpreaaaad Man ...S:S7 a. M.
Wo. . 84. Louisa CTaclaaaU tumi,-. S-.iehB.
So. a. Bight Kxrr, Mall a-.sar.rn.
Ho. 7. Ctorelaad SrsioniiaoilaUoii. ........ 5:30 T-L
Local rnisbta 8:87 X. is. and S-.SO r. M.
Ho. a. Klcbt Express. VaO. . S:0 -M.
No. St. LonlsSiClB. rxpressAMail,... 1:11 r.M-
Xo. . ckrralaad Express, e:ss r -
Ko. &-aveUa4 Aocowunodatlon. 11:37 A.JL
W. B. FISHKB. AxeaU .
DTSCTFLB CHTRCH. Serrtce irr-r Ssbbath at
iu:u A. M and 7hio P XL SaMwtb School at 12
If. . rtmytr Mcrttnj oa TuurxUj arcanum. W. D.
1 hompaoa, pastor.
CoyoRBGATIOXAl. CHURCH. Sertlcre every
Sabbath a 10:30 A. M. and 7:00 P. M. Sabbath
bcbpUatUM. PiyirMeeUaoa Thursday srea
Inea. J. A. lialy, paator.
METHODIST KP1XPAL CHURCH Serrtrae ev
ery Sabbath at M):u A. M. aa 7KJU P at. oabkavh
Sabbath School at ISM. fraar Marttnc on Ttiara
oay anata. a. a junnzui.
Arrival aud I nurture f Mails.
Antra Taaaday. Tmrrsday and Saturday
at B A. M- LMTt uir.a.
Antra datlT a lo A. M. Laa-re as
S. CawkaaaU. I 11
Hanttortoa, ) Antra Vondar. Wednesday and Frt
Salllna, Jdar al P. M. IaTe Tuesday. Thara
Pelk. ) Say and Satarlay at fcau A. at
PenSeM, ) f .
8p..r. . Arrive Twesdar. tTatadar aadSatnr-ll..m-rVtl
. ?lay iUI A. Jt- Laara a I P. M.
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The adajlabel aa eaak paper show Uia daaP to
wulck Uxaabaarlber haaaaia, thai: . . .j
Jerry Smith 1 jan 79 - ''
81 ralftaatftat Mr. amltb baa pM fvr tala paper antit
Juun Uk una. To mall llu oorree 1 weekly.
Br coB.alttavmaadd.aaal.bai arery subscriber oaa
tell la aa laatant bow his account atan.1t. and wbota
ar ha bat; receive prorar credit ua our bbokae
FoUoaa.lBaare4 Saabs! eoroam at H csti par Una
a sek biaarUoaraitatom trpa. ,
" Syf Orerooats,
Iaateaif of advanclni; tb price of Orer
coaU to ci)rrMpoBd with the advance In
price of woolens, we are it 1 ling cheaper than
erer before. Earl; In the Bpriok; we closed
oat a line, of bttrera wurateda and tntochU
laa way below the factory prices, ao that we
are aeUtne: from 10 to 30 percenL lelow laat
year's prices. "These prices will be held uotil
oar present stock is closed ont. ' Come early
and get bargains, aa w cannot replace them
tor the same money. "" , '.
Oar stock of mens and "boys clothing'!
complete of Utest style, elegantly cut and
made." Chttprfces hare erer" been the enry
of c4apUtors. We guarantee our prices
to be the lowest,' and warrant every garment
to be as reprflaented. and everrthins that
Is noli satisfactory ta every respect may be
returned and we will refund the money.
Business sulto.9e.0U to (15.00. t
Boys suit. f&SO to 7 5a
Hats. - ;
We eaa beat tbe pativts on Hats. We
happened to be in New. York In time to st'tke
a failure of a large hat and turnlshlnir foods
house, and"bought aniite a stock at auction.
We will seH a good a hat for 50 eent as you
will get elsewhere for 1; a good for 75 cta.
a you wiB get elsewhere fur $1.50. Wo will
sell as good-a Goasamet Bilk fiat for $3 00 as
you will fdft la any other store for' 15.50 to
td.oo. i; ; ; ?
We have a lob lot of ladles underwear at
about hal price. No trouble to show goods.
Come and examine our stock and . satisfy
yourselves. W think we have as trice a line
of cloth and tattings as you will fiad in Lo
rain county, a&l AtUtk known JuaUkow to
BukeUiemup." ' ;' ;;;
I -, : V- A.' sL riTOH, the Clothier.
-For Bale.' '!! ' .
House and lot on North Main street,
.Inquire of A..S. Powers.. ': ". 1 ' tf ;
Wanted; wtock-broeder - and dairrmen to
knowithatB. T. Jenesvot Wellington, has a
One Jersey bull, bred by the noted importer
and breeder, W. L. Gardner, Norwalk, Ohio.
It Is thoroughbred and is recorded in the
American Jersey. Cattle Club Beaiater, and
s a very 'Sue animal. Those Interested
please call at. -sua farm in the north part of
the village. ' 81 tf
It is strange so many people will continue
to suffer day after day with Dyepeptis, hir
er complaint. Constipation, Eonr Stomach,
General Debility, when they can procure at
our a tore Bhlioh's Titaliser, free of cost If
it does not care or relieve them. Price 75
cents. Bold by Everett A Starr, Wellington.
AIL persona are hereby . cautioned
against purchasing a promissory note
given by me to the Northern Ohio
Lightning Bod Company, aa it VM ob
tained by fraud, and its payment will
be cop tested. . , L. "WIIKELKR. :
"I FEEL XJKS A NEW MAN."
r. Hop Bottom, Pa., Sept. 90, 137?.
Da. If. M. Tarsna, Txedoola, N. Y., ;
Deer Sirs After being treated by emi
nent physicians without benefit, I began to
take your Blood and Liver Remedy and
Nerve Tonic with vosr Capitol Bitters, and
tbe effect was arondertal. . 1 bean to im
nmVR innvdiaUlr. aaw atanfftb. and tnM-
tite returning, and the pain and palpitation
ceased. I also bad fainting and dixiy atar.ai.Unt .n.l AI. TT.wn.twBll
wnich' are eared, ana l have gained taeri
pounds In weight. I took ae-half duecn
bottles of the blood medicine and continued
the Bitter a year, and now I feel like a new
man being more healthy than ever before.
Yours Bespeetfully, J. P. A. TLNGLEY.
Dr. Fencer'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-
liu h Klna" abonld take it. for
ever baa "the Dines" snouia taxe it, lor
it regulates and restores the disordered
system that gives rise to them. ' It al
ways cores Billiousn! and Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion, Headaches, 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 when the system is running
oown or going into decline: cures re-
male Weakness- and - Chronic Rheuma
tism, and relieves Chronic" Bronchitis,
and all Lung .and Throat: difficulties.
It does these things by striking at the
root of disease and removing its causes.
Da Fanner's Improved Cough Honey
win reueve any cough m one hour.
Dr. jrennex a Uolden Kelief cures any
pain, as tooth -ache, neuralgia, colic or
headache in o to su minutes, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint.
diarrbcrs. dysentery. For sale by Dr. 8.
B. Emerson. Dr. Fencer's St. Vitus
Dance Specific. Oss bottle always cures.
For aala.br dealers.
At whole! by Swift A Dodd, Detroit,
-LO&LX.A2TD MISCF.T..T. A KEOUS
Head-quarters for sciiool books and
all school supplies Is at Houghton's
. Ereiett & Starr have been patting
a new coat of paint cn tbeir store front.
1 Compressed yeast, same as used in
Vienna bread, at W. W. Harvey V
Call at Houghton's and and see his
new stock of lamp. Prices have never
been to low.
Fred and Charley make that little
shaver of Harvey's slice all the dried
bef they sell. . . t 42w
For stationery, school bocks, and
all school supplies, go to Houghton's
drug and book store. tf .
If you want to see tho best nnlaun
dried shirt ever put on sale, call at W.
W. Harvey's, and they will show them
to you. 4-2t
Harvey is putting in romo of the
finest crackers, jumbles, wafer, bls
cnlta, etc., fvT t-hown In Wellington.
7 Waktd. Several 1 second-band
windows, frames and g1ag,-the size
Immaterial.' ' Enquire of Hemenway &
Son. , ,
TlieLaJios Aid Society but week
hail an unusually l-tre and pleasant
gatiieriuc, ' bcit-g . entertained at the
home of Mrs. J. P, Eldt, on Taylor
street. . . .
For Sals on Rkxt. llouue and
lot po ,Ttale i Street. . Iffoiife contains :
seven. oom. Good cistern, etc. En
qulre'of D. A. Will.ird, at W. R.:Sant-
ley 0.'s office. ' . l".. tf.
The New London Record says that
within eight years not less that thirty-
one deaths from accident and suicide
have occurred wlthla cl"ht miles from
that Ullage. . . -V . : . '7".?r r
A Ercooxizsd Fict. Dewey's Is
the pLti'.n to pec your meals or lunch.
Oysters," "raw, atewe.I or fried,, and
plenty of them; also No. J home-made
pastry and tea or coffee.
Miss M. A. Clark makes nice fitting
cloaks and dolman", as well as dresses.
Call at Mr. A. II. P-tlmer's millinery
rooms, and leave your orders. .Nice fit
guaranteed or goods paM for. 4-2t
II. C. Corbin was arrested at Wester
Tille, O., charged with blowing up his
own hotel a few weeks ngo. At the
time it occurred It was charged to the
temperance people. .
Now ia tho tisne to get your Fall
aud Winter hats and borVncts, and Mrs.
A. H. Palmer has' them in all 'styles,
both straw and felt, and all goods usu
ally found In a millinery store. J" 4-2 1
A few Democrats aftorw'.l Tie-
publican meeting t WVstnVt.i,. tiiiuk-
Ing that Col. Ilerrifk wnuld giv them
aid and comfort ly ying Rumrthing
asaiiikt It. A. Ilorr, and . were cha
grined when he spoke only In terms of
prait-e of the next Senator. -i
An acconnt of the silver wedding
of Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Brown has to go
over till next week, as does alo a letter
from Brighton. Their value will net
be seriously impaired - by keeping,
though we should much prefer .'giving
them a place this week.
A Cincinnati Enquirer Dipatch of
Oct. 11th, from Charleston, West Va.,
gU-es. an account ot the shooting, by a
Cincinnati detective, of the murderer of
the assistant postmaster at Grafton la
Novv 1877. The man ; waa eerlouaiy
wounded. Name not given. "iy-r
' The spire of the M. Ej" Church Is"
receiving a new coat of paint,-and any
day of late those who eojoy looking up
on tight rope performances and other,
feats ridermkT3h at dferrheibi fcaO
feast'their eyes by seeing; that s'man
can Work as well as play,' where most
people would bare enough to do simply
to hold on. . t
Some miscreant, ! last Thursday
night, unfastened the pump-rod in' the
ParkTlelOng it fall info JlelT. Tnak.
ing hours of wort io get It raised so
that they could resnmelegitimatelwerk
Such dastardly- hreahness as' thafde
servea worse treatment . than anything
likely to he visited on them in this
-Mrt. Mary A. Liverroore opens the
lecture course at New" London,' Satur
day evening. Nov. 1st. with her dls-
cours$'ijp9rs'up4raipi (iVT9Me,,V It
I Is sure to bo jood. .n,TJ.vermbt'i ', )'s
s trong, eeueibao. and Try.-sttperloi'
womaf, andone the mosBieloquent
and forcible of speakers, and, jv.e,wih
it was to Wellington she was coming: J
r rour or Ave young men .who have
worked hard the biggest part of the
day Sunday to get two or throe bushels
of hickory-nuts, don't like to bo.im
posed upon l.y tceetlng the owner "of
the trees on his way home froSfthurcli
just as they are hurrylng and Resting
aod tugging to get-ssfely'out into the
road and into some hiding place till he
can ga bx. 'WIrat business has be to
come smiling along acyway and asking
In that embrias,lng gtylo lf.Ua a. good
day for hlckory-nats. Jhe. wsy those
bags of shack went down and the alao-
rity with which the youths resolved
themselves Into a squatter's camp .was
Ivn using to tee
I by special train to Columbus,stopned ten
. : '
minntes Friday morning at this place.
As many as heard, of It rushed , to the
station, anxious to see again, or for the
first time, the Chief Magistrate of the
Great Republic, and his wife, who has
been several times mentioned by the
newspapers as the first lady of the land
The President stepped out on the plat
form by invitation of some of our prom
inent 'citizens and. shook bands with
those presented, non. S. S. Warner
wcut'lnlo llib car aCecorted Mrs.
Hayes to the door, where she was pleas
antly greeted sod sustained by' ber
genia! manners and gentle bearing the
good opinions previously formed of Iter.
The train departed amid cheers," and
the only people wliOfwere disappointed
were those who tflcd to see; the Pres
idential party. . "
After the' 1st of November I can be
found In my new dental rooms, over
the cost office. ; L. Pi HpiBHOox.
At Bininger'a . ,, .
Ten cent will buy a 10tt yard pool of
Balding Bros, ft Co. sewing silk. Guars n
teed to be funienzth andwulcbt. The best
made. Try it, , . , T , .-Hi
Mrs. L. S. McCullough of Wisconsin,
widow of the late Dr. McCullough, has
been visiting her. relatives in Oberlin,
Col. Frank S. Case at the close of a
Republican ratification meeting in
Beilefoutaine, was presented with a sil
ver tea set, ai a testimonial of his effi
cient services as chairman of the Re
publican committee. The presentation
speech was made by Col. Kennedy, res
ponded by Col. Case in his happiest
Mr. C. S. Morehoufe, of the firm of
Morehouse & Miner, died of typhoid
fever yesterday morning. He had not
been ill many day, and the course of
hU disease has beeu watched with
anxiety, and his death is regarded
w!th universal sorrow and regret. To
hi family the loss is i reparable, and
they hare much sympathy.
A letter from Canton, O., informs us
that Mr. E. Nickerson was thrown from
a buggy on the day of tho mass meet
ing in that place, and so severely in
jured as to require a surgical operation
on the knee, and that in addition she
htij a severe attack of Inflammatory
rheumatism. She Is not likely to be
able to walk for a long time.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hoyt, of Mott-
vllle, N. Y., relatives of Mrs. James
Pen field and Mrs. J. W. Houghton,
spent a portiou of Tuesday and Wednes
day .here, on their return from a few
weeks in Colorado and the ' Rocky
Mountain region. Mr. Iloyt Is an ex
tensive manufacturer, his foundry,
machine shops, and mills being situa
ted on that never-failing water power,
the out-let of Skanealetes Lake.
' The Jollification,
in euueeuay oveaiu);, a targu iiicL-tiii
of citizens gathered in the Town Hall,
as asserted by some to attend the funer
al of the traditional rag-baby. But res
ignation is a mild word to use describ
ing the apparent good fueling that pre
vailed among the mourners, and there
was just such solemnity as we may al
ways count npon when such grave men
aswere on the programme that night are
to do the talking. We did not get in in
time to hear Hon. R. A. Ilorr tell how
badly ho felt over the result of the elec
tion, but his twin brother, R. G., the
Honorable member from Michigan,
kept the audience convulsed, not ex
actly with grief, though macy were in
tears, and made an excellent speech of
at least a halt hours length, in which
he made some palpable hits on political
topics, and in a manly and straight for
ward manner alluded te some thing? of
a personal nahite,; vlndic:iting hiuiself
and brother from the slanderous charg
es with which their names were associ
ated. Mr." Horr Is a good speaker : and
his Illustrations were received' with
hearty appreciation and great applause.
Prof.' Kennison, superintendent of
schools, was called upou , and said . he
was thankful to attend a meeting of
this kind, tbe freedom of, speech aud
loyalty of sentiment was In such con
tract to ' the Democratic districts ia
Southern Ohio,- where he had lived,
and where, during the war of the Re
bellion, such was the bitterness and vi
olence of feeling that the few' Republi
cans did not dare to express their joy
oyer the success of the Union cause as
we were expressing them here to-night
over s Republican victory.
Rev. Geo. Mather said it was his busi
ness to. get men converted, and as a
man who was soundly converted and
who stayed converted waa almost sure
to go to the Republican party; he was a
tJtetty good recruiting officer for that
1j,ly. His remarks were received with
gr;eat applause, and were further em
phasized by declaring it as his belief
that if you get good square, religion into
a pian ho is'fretty' apt to think and aot
inicmgeu.iy ia pomuwi mailers, w men
Weans loyalty to the government In be-
hip a good Republican. . , .- - :
.' THon, . S. Warner made one of the
best points ot the evening in his intro
duction of "his wicked partner," C. W.
Ilorr, who responded amid roars' of
laughter, leaving the audience to won.
der what tnor he would have said if he
had not-been Under ah Injunction, and
turnodtue Ublesliy referring to Mr.
Warner as the one innocent and tuavittr
tiCmodost (heir .firm, uo delegated ; to
too 'other' memoer to do"-' all-; the
stealing wblio be-pocketed the - pro-
feeds; which gentle insinuation almott
literally brought the, house .down.
' Suicide of a Young Lady.
Miss Josie Briggs, a milliner of Wei
lington, whose home has been here for
s number or year under the "(lepres
sion veenltlng from over-work, and ill
health, came near dying at the time of
our late J! air, 'from an over-uoso oi
chloral, a medicine which had been
prescribed to r allays nervousness and
produce sleep. It was quite generally
believed that nudcr temporary a be ra
tion of mind, sho drained the bottle
wfth the intention, as she announced,
of having "one good sleep." It came
near being a fatal one, but by prompt
treatment and great exertion on the
part of ber phvsicians her ' lii'o was
saved, and her friends removed her to
the home of ber grandmother in Klyria,
believing that a change would arouse
lief, and if there had been suicidal in
teotion help her cut of that morbid con
dition. That this had been the case was
proved sadly trua by a second and sue
cessful attempt, iu which with a loaded
revolver aimed at her own heart last
Saturday, she shot horself dead
She had In health been an ambitions.
light-hearted girl, with a good deal of
energy and capability in her profesaior.
havingbeea for. several years a trim
iner of jiattera- liatt in the wholesale
uilUinery iioaes of Isom A Foote and
Morgan K Root, Cleveland, before she
went into business herself in Welling'
ton. She had had much encourage
ment in her work, and but for an ' tin
"6rtunate illness from measles while la
Cleveland last snrina. Inst when she
I tiro -
was to have opened her shop for the
Spring trade here, and which worried
her with the delay and induced her to
attempt work and continue It when she
Was 'entirely unable to do so, she would
doubtless have beeu well and all re to-
tfyr. .-. itt M .- x
i but bad noopr.ertnity iasllsnrnmer
to take the rest necessary to recover
health and strength and when she was
sent for to come to Cle 4lab.d-.to lake
her former position in preparing for
the Fall trade, was anxious to go at
once; and It was after her mother's re
monstrance and objection, on account
of her ill health, that she first attempt
ed to take he life. As far as we have
been able to learn these are tho faets,
and anything more or less does cruel
injustice to the decoased, as well ss to
others equally innocent and un-respon-S'.ble.
The funeral and interment took place
Monday. 1 p. m., at Elyria, where the
family had formerly lived.
Congress Chest Shield.
This patent undershirt completely
protects the lung both in front and
back, and is believed to bo the best
preventative for taking cold ever in
vented. They aro niado in white and
medicated scarlet. A. M. Fitch Is the
nianufactorer's agent for Wellington.
Those troubled with weak luns or
who are liable to take cold, should ex
amine them before purchasing their
winter supply of underwear. 5-2.
ia. JO ., .
The Cleveland Conference of the
Congregational Church, was in session
at Wellington, Tuesday and Wednes
day. We are unable this week to give
a longer account of this very interest
ing gathering, .but expect to publish
next week, a report of its proceedings.
South Amherst; -North Amherst;
Beres; Brighton ; : Brooklyn; Brown
helm ; Cleveland, 1st; Cleveland, Plym
outh; Cleveland, Heights i Cleveland,
Welsh; Grafton; Lorain;. Olmstead,
2nd; Oberlin, 1st; Oberlin 2nd; Pitts
field; Sheffield; .Wellington. '.
' ' .MINISTERS.
James Brand, Oberlin ; A. D. Blakes-
lee. Brownhelm; C. C. Baldwin, Pitts
field; Henry Cowles, Oberlin Semi
nary; N. M. Calhcun, Clevelnd,
Heigh ts ; J. W. Daly, Wellington ; N.
P. Edwards, Cleveland ; Pres. J. II.
Fsirchild, Oberlin Seminary ; II. Hyde,
Grafton ; J. W. ITargrsTJ, Brooklyn
Village; Prof. Hiram Mead, Oberlin
S;minary; F. McConaughy, Lorain;
H.C.Haskell, North Amherst; Wm.
Kincaid, Oberlin; Prof. Jndson Smith,
Oberlin Seminary; J. W. Turner,
Stiongsvillc; E. H. Votaw, Berea;
C. T. Collius, Cleveland; J. E. Twitch
Ministerial delegates present, 22.
Lay delegates present, 24.
( All artlelfw snder f bit bead fire rrnt, per ttre. )
Mr. E. West furnishes us the follow
ing sad account of tlte sudden death of
his brother-in-law, Marvin E. Stone, au
old pioneer and highly esteemod - citi
zen of Strongsvllle, Cuyahoga connty,
Ohio. ' -
..Mr. Stone left homo about eleven
o'clock, Tuesday, election day, Oct. 14,
and went to tbe place of voting. After
leaving tho hall where he1 had stayed
but a short time, unhitched his horse
and taking another man into an open
huggy with himself, they started .for
home by the way of the postoffice, 1
which was nearly opposite tho Town !
Hall. Soon after starting, the thill
strap on the left side of the horse gave
way, letting tbe thill pierce the side of
the horse, which caused him to kick,
and soon- became unmanageable, and
ran at a fearful rate, throwing 'Mr.
Stone out against the hltchluc post
near tho posSrrgjee.' .Tho other man was
also thrown over the railing, but receiv
ing only slight ' bruises. Both men
were, immediately taken to . the resi
dence of Mrs. Pom'eroy, aud Dr. Mc-
Council was summoued. Mr. Stone
only lived a few momenta and was not
conscious nor uttered a word. '
He was 75 years of age,' and his health
had been poor for, several years past.
The funeral was attended at the house
on Friday, Oct. 17th, at half-past' 10
o'clock. 'In going from the house'to
the cemetery, i; was said the procession
was more than one-half mile in length.
lie had lived in Strongsviile nearly
60 years, and had by a life of honesry
ami uprightness, fairly earned the pro
found respect which' was accorded to
him. lie was united in marriage at
Strongsviile, with Hannah West, eldest
sister of . West, next the oldest in the
family, February,' 1831. ' Their home
was always a pleasant and happy one.
Nine children were the fruit of thoir
onion,, two of which have preceded
their father in death. John C. Stone,
who died at Dayton, O., In 1873, and
Miss Rosa C. Ingersoll, wife of Rev. W
M. Ingersoll, who died Nov. ICtli, ldTS.
Their eldest child, Geo. M. Stone,, is
now preaching In Hartford, Conn., and
the youngest of the family, Sidney, has
just opened a shoe store in Kansas City,
Mo., and the rest of tho family are teat
tetedln diQerent sections of the coun
try, but were alt present at the funeral
or their rather. . is. w.
Late News Notes.
J. W. Williams & Son of Chagrin
Falls, are greatly annoyed and embar
rassed by a PhilapclphlA firm, manu
facturcrs of a similar hut higher, priced
sad iron, re-Usuing their patent, cover
ing points which the Williams claim as
original with them; but which they
cannot now use without tedious litiga
tion. ' . . .
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Hamilton of
Berea, gave a reception recently to the
ministers of the M. E. Church and their
people, In honor of Rev. Buxton and
family, about to depart for California
the incoming pastor, Rev. E. Y. Warner
and family, and Rev. and Mr. Rich
ards, who go to West Salem. Rev. Mr.
Votaw of tho Cong . Church, was also
one of the guests iuvited to speak.'
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lawrence cele
brated their china wedding at their
home in Berea, a week ago Saturday
evening, and wero presented with
table full of china ware containing
among other things of a ccstly china set
of one hundred nnd twenty pieces. '
. Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises, tores, ulcer, sa't rheum, tetter
chapped hand, chilblains, corns, ant
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve
is guaranteed to giveperfct satisfaction
in every case or money rerunued
Price 25 cents per box. For salo by
J. V . Houghton.
' JORDAN PKESTOf. At the resident-
of liio bride's parent. Mr. and Mrs. Wm
Preston, in PittaUuld. Ohio. Oct. Jrtih.
bv Iter. O. Iluthour. of A too, Ohio. Mr.
John S. Jordan and Miss Katie Preston
bolh ot lUltsaeld, Ohio. . .
Half the ills of human life proceed
from a torpid and disordered liver.
Submit to them no longer while "Sel
lers' Liver Pill" will cure you quickly.
23c. per box.
Scrofula of thirty years standing
has been cured by "Dr. Llndsey's
Blood Searcher." Soli by aU drug
gists. Mr. Vernos, Westchester Co.J
March 22, 1S7U. $
Dear Sir: During the recent cold
weather, on coming from my house to
the court-room, my fcot slipped and I
fell heavily, striking my back against a
large stone. Was lifted nnd carried to
the house. 7Iy wife applied your Lin
iment all over my spine. The pain .and
discoloration d'sappcared aud r.ext day
was able to resume my duty on the
bench, I am very truly,
Robert W. Eomoxos,
Justice of the Peace. .
Sold by ail druggists. Send tor pam
phlet. Dr. Giles,
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
Trial size 25 cents.
Providence, R. I., Sept. 16, 1874.
Dr. Giles: I paid one hundred dol-.
lars to veterinary surgeon for medicine
and attendance on a valuable saddle
horse without any benefit. He was lame
from a curb more than a year, and use
less in consequence of it. No remedy
could find had any eflcct. I applied
the Liniment Iodide Ammonia, and, to
my great surprise, found that it re
moved both lump and lameness. Hav
ing driven Mm recently over a very
rough road, sixty miles in two days
two of tbe hottest days this summer
without the least symptoms of return of
curb or lameness. As a precaution, I
took a bottle of Liniment with me, but
had no occasion to use it. In ail cases
where a Liniment can bn applied, it
gives me the greatest satisfaction.
Sold by all druggists. Send for pam
phlet. Dr. Giles,
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
Trial size 23 cents.
Five Hundred Thousand Strong.
In the past few months there has
been more than 500,000 bottles of Shi
loirs Cure told. Out of the vast num
ber of people who have used it, more
than 2,000 cases of consumption hove
been cured. AH coughs, croup, asth
ma and bronchitis yield at once, hence
it is that everybody speaks in its praise.
To those who have not used it, let ns
say, if you have a cough, or your child
the croup, and you value life, don't fail
to try it. For lame back, side or chest,
use Shiioh's Porous Plaster. Sold by
your druggist, Everett & Starr. .
Dr. King's California Golden
It Is a strletly vegetable preparation,
and will positively cure dyspepsia, sick
headache, acidity of stomach, coming
up of food, pain in pit of stomach, low
spirits, biliousness, constipation, jaun
dice, liver complaint or any affection of
the stomach or liver, in the shortest
time possible. You are not asked to
buy until you know what you are get
ting.. Therefore, as you value your ex
istence, do not fail to go to your drag
gist, J. W. Houghton, and get a trial
bottle free of charge, which will show
what a regular one dollar , bottle will
do. Ask for Dr. King's California
Golden Compound, and take no other.
MH. J. P. EIDT
Wishes us to say that he is Still getting
the "Champion": Oysters two: times
each week from Baltimore, direct, and
on Friday and Saturday of this week he
Will have a fresh lot of bulk Oysters
direct from his houe,.which is one of
the largest and best in tho city of Balti
more.' He will sell them cheaper than
any other hoose in towh.:-' ;' '
Persons who wi.-h . to get, them io
large quantities for parties and social
gatherings of any kind, will find it to
their Interest to get them of him. Give
him two days notice (the time it takes
to get them) and hJ will get them for
von ia cood order. 'Just keep this one
thing in your mind, that he is head
quavters for Oysters in Wellington.
He has also just opened a large as
sortment of Canned Fruits of large va
riety. Just look . in bis window, and
judge for yourself. You are sure to get
what you want if you go there for it,
and as cheap as the cheapest and as good
as the best. His restaurant and lunch
rooms are giving ' good satisfaction
judging from the patronage he. has iu
that line. Try him and soe and judge
tor yourself. 1 You can get anything
you want in the eating line. '
You will find, his rooms at. the Star
Bakery, just north of Riniiiger's store.
As predicted In our last issue cheese
has taken a decided advance, and is so
firm at this writing that there is
prospect of a still fnrther rise. v
shall be disappoint' if it is not a half
cent higher than tht se quotations by
tlio time we go to press.
We quote : buying, (naked) 10010 J c
billing, (boxec) llllj cents.
The shl iiu.cn U of cheese for the
week ending Oat. 21, nfe as follows
No. of Boxes, 7,323; No: of pounds.
2C3 3S3. -
lltiilor for the same time as : follows
Xo. of pkgs. 730 ; 2o. of pounds
41,61 0. .
Wellington' Produce Market
COHRECTED WERKLT. BY BALDWIN,-LA Cji
, DON CO.
Apples, drWd, Jb slOeeaedrrawd. lb.....o
An.iiiw. irn-.-n. H h!:3UbalO II Y. V toll
si iK villains smoked, f lb.
Ilwins. La 1 Sc);Hides.Kri-eo, lli....sXS;
llurkirhPKt. bu . 7 MPle Sufrir. '
Cht.:fce:i!reMcu. lb. ..Hi ro,KUv;s. fi ou....
INunrwJ . bu 4 OHiIt.f !
Calf Ski ib 7!ffiI.i;iM.-. Sick...
t,Mn VL-tn. ' ". Ai1iJt.-.lH.lt. ArtlltOU. V ID...
Kin k ilr. usj, Vi'J loilt. common. t bbl.. I
in! rrvn l:Ji. Solar. H bill 3 (
Hairy. lb 11 ' S- ep I'ult. lb .S.vl OO
Crr;,mry.f lb i.VTuraeysuivMea,' 10
Ex.1 do u.iiuioiny jeeu..,.
Feather. ? lb Tui V uoL lb
Oral ii. Flour and' Feed.
COIUIKCTKO WLKK1Y BY II. B. HAMLIN
Bran, V cwt TO. toa 13 eo
lll White. 9 sxclt.l at
c.rn In par. V UU.....-..-V
i-.irn. fiueuea. r ou
OtU, T bu
( lover m. V bu 4 (i
Tliuotiiy seed. bu...n at
Jli-s: ISed. V k .
No. a. f w
flrVmu. ? cwt
llolt.nl ill l, cwt .
v o.i -newt
MLlilUi... f cwt
Short. V fwt .......
Oil Meai cwt
O wn. shelled. V- bu.
Coin. Iu ear. V bu 4.1
..1 ! Oata.i bu
.1 ii w lieau f ou , bit
1 SOlllaiuthr seed lu...a W
. iTt -iiiver rei. r nw. ......
How Ecksteins Hills & Co., Man
ufacture Their White Lead.
Messrs. Ecksteine, Hills & Co., have
adopted -the Dutch proce, which, after
hundreds of year experience, has proved
the best. It consists in 1 exposing thin
sheets of mctalic lead to vapors of acetic
acid for a long pei lod. Into the bottom of
earthen pots or crocks Is ponred weak vin
egar, made by diluting acetic acid, about a
quart in each pot; sheets of lead (commonly
cast in round lattice work shapes called
buckles, about the slae of a tea plate) are
placed in the pots, ten of these weighing
about ten pounds, being placed in each pot.
resting on shoulders above, bat not in coo
ts ct with the vinegar. Being thus prepared,
they are placed together in successive layers
in stacks, about eighteen feet square. Etch
layer is covered with boards and then
ith spoilt tan bark, or stable litter, the
heat from which causes the vinegar to fer
ment, and this starts the proiesa of corro
sion. Each stack usually contains from
twenty to twenty-five tons of lead in from
four thousand to five thousand pols. ; At the
end of about three months the stacks are
opened and the carbonated lead emptied in
to the separating machinery, which sepa
rate the corroded lead from that not cor-
oded. Tbe carbonate is then deposited by
elevators in tanks, where it is thoroughly
washed to remove any discoloration; it is
then ground in a pastry state under French
burr stones; next pumped into' tanks and
allowed tj settle. Afier a few days it is
placed on copper pans heated by steam, and
dried; it I then the dry white lead of com
merce. Then it is mixed with linseed oil in
proportion of nlue pa- ts by weight of oil,
to ninety-one parts by weibt of wh'te dry
lend, and finished by grinding. - By the
Datch prors of vorroding, white lead con
talus more oxkle of lead, and possesses a
jiv-jter covering power or body than when
made by any other process.
For 8ale in Wellington by
J. 33. WOOZJLVZ.7.
. PCKIFY THE LIFE CUBKENT.
SCOVTLL'S ' :
LOO D and LIVER SYRUP.
. PEERLESS It EM ED Y FOll
Scrofula,. Wblte Evening. Caacer, Errilpelaa, ' '
Chronic Sorea, Gout, Sypbllla. Tamcn, Car-
bunclea. Salt Kliaam, Malaria. ,
aXD AX.1. PISBASXa lSMCATUtO MM- .. g
IMPURE CONDITION OF THE BLOODl
Cntaneona eruption apoa the face or bodr do aot
aeceaaarilr Indicate the taint of Scrofula; bat wheth
er the lnsldloaa poison ot that dire malady la areteat
In the ajratom or aoo. certain It ia that. : .
ScovilPs 2ilood and
completely cures auch disorder. If the virus of
Scrofula does exist In the vctna, th'i matchless puri
fier will root out erery vestige of It. No crupUre
malady, be It scrofaloaa or otherwise, can resist the
purify lii actloa of this safa and potent remedy,
which raadars tbe skin
.CLEAR. SOFT. AXD BEAUTIFUL.
Whea ordinary medicines utterly fall to arrest the
progress of scrofuloas and other eruptive disorder.
the persistent uc of this incomparable depurent ee-
curea the desired result:
THIS GKAXD EEMEDT '
Is a ooni pound ot vegetable turaeta, tha chief of
64RS.trAr.ILLA and STILXISGIA. .
The cures effected by "
SCOVILL'S BLOOD AXD LIVER SYRUP
are absolute, and their record la undlsfljrured by
failure. For sale br all Drusslata. - bO-eow-lyj
HO ONE DENIES
That I keep the cheapest and best Oys
ters ot all varieties; direct from Balti
more ; served up in every styie in my
newly fitted up rooms at my old stand,
where I have kept for the last fifteen
years, a run line or urocenes, xooacco
and Cigars. Yes, those cigars, 2 for
cents, that beat all others, and those
five . centers can's be excelled - All
kinds of Fruit, in fact every thing in
my line cheap for cash.
Remember the sign, Uucle Robin
son, Liberty street.
I have had a good year in business,
for which I thank all my customers
and will in future, as in the past, do
my best to please all who call. ''
R, J. KOBI SON.
Advertisement For Bids.
Sealed proposals will be received at the offlca of
the Clerk of tbe Board of Education of Pltufleld,
Lorain County, Ohio, nnrll 13 o'clock- loon, on the
22d day : ot November,' 1879, for building; a SchoO
House, on the lot In District No. 5, or said Town,
ship, aenordnt-to the spednaatJon on file in sold
Oflice. J : - r . . ' i
Each bid must eon tain the name, of every person
Interested In li e same, and be accompanied by a
suacTcnt guaranty of tome dMntersted person, that
tf the Md Is ace. pted a contract will be entered Into,
and the perfora-anee of It properly sacarad.
Th bid tar e.ch kind of material called Tor r7 in
spccldcntrtui mast be slated separate!?, na uia
price of each irJvan; and the price of labor must also
be eepr.rstely ftated. ,
Xone but the lowest resronsirjie nia wui oe ao-
rented, and the Board may reject all bids.
r.y order the Board of Education, i-msEera, w
rala County, Ohio. Oct. .-ztth. ism.
5-41. : C A. TYEET. uleTK.
AND ;-tir: !
For Sale. ' : V
A desirable iteuse and Lot for sle cheap
Apnly to J. .,H. Belden. .. , tSltf ,
sji e sj-rrrt i.o &aia at cktvts of whkh 1
Tf p t fj jnmke Pnekry Fl.'eOhitroeTrt.WwTaiitcO to
car. rUM. AHm wuk Mar-is, Ite. J. a.laUaa M. laaW sla' i
A MONTH! Asnrrs WASTZst
y S BMt MUla arttata. to IkaWarM I a sm-
:- pi BI S;, .1
yr5 r h 2 q 2 g t :
mmg n H- jpa H "i
S n h -
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STsnS J 2 B
w tf3tg " lV?
o ow- , ,S il
"LAUGH AND CROW FAT'
Won't do. Yon must eat healthy food
and drink healthy drinks. Come to
Bowlby & Hall's and buy the "Old Re
liable", - H.- A.M. Oysters, the -best
Cfackers in town and some fresh roast
ed Coffee, and If you don't grow 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 they
will always be in the best possible con
dition. We have a larger variety of Teas than
ever before, and to persons who have
become disgusted to the last degree
with shoddy tea, at low prices, we can
ssy, call at the 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.
H. B- Hamlin-
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN,
Has on sale a new Brand of Flour of
absolutely the best quality in town, at
the same price you pay for inferior
kinds. . Try it, and gt-t rid of that bane
of the family, bad bread.
- Farmers having grain should re
member that this is the plaoe to get the
highest market price for it in cash.
They should also remember .aatlh or
der to continue to raise good crops they
must apply fertilisers to their lands. (
have beeu proved to be the most pow
erful, best and cheapest fertilizer in the
market. Made by experienced and re
liable -manufacturers, prepared as
plant food by the best known process,
it is the standard fertilizer;, causing
immediate and lasting fertility, and is
perfectly ' adapted to. all crops. Call
and get circulars.
Warehouse South of Ry., Depot, .
4in-33-tf , Wellington, Ohio. . .
GE ANT'S, TOTJH
Around The World.
A complete record of the Journey of TJ. 8.
GRANT, through England, Ireland, Scot
land, Trance, Spain, Germany, Austria,
Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Russia, 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 of all climes. . Sure I
to all who take hold;, will positively outsell
all books. ' '
Agents Wanted this, the
cheapest, the best, and the only authentic
low-priced book on the subject. 800 pages.
Price 13 25. .
Address FORSUEE & McMAKItf,
183 West Fifth Bt, Cincinnati, O. -
Stoves, . Stoves,
LADIES and GEXTLEHEIT are
to call and eramine the best lice of
that waa ever brought into market, and we
will convince yon that we are , selling
STOVES as low as any other place ou 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 ws ahead of
che old Clinton Air Tight; : It ha been on
the market about one year, and its sale
have rapidly increased, and now it is claimed
by every one to be the best and most con
venient stove made. : So - do . not" boy any
other until you have seen the TRAVELER.
Should yon want a cheaper one, we can
surely suit you, aa we have aa endless vari
ety ot that class. Among them are the
Stewart Range, Dresden Bangs, Norwood,
Barns, Spirit of 76, lapoleon, and many
others. ... , , -
TIN W ARB!
Milk Pans and Milk ' Pails at Wholesale
or Retail, or any thing else you may want
in the ' : ' : " ' ' ' '. ..
TIN OR AGATE
Ware line. We have a few more ot those SO
and "40 gallon Milk Cans,, which we will
close ont at Wholesale Prices. so do not de
lay until they aro all f,one . 1
: We keep a full assortment, of Cultiva
tors, Plows, Horse Rakes, Forks, Scythes
aud Snaths, Shovels, Spalcs, etc. . ( .
' A fin linn nf Pnrct-lain lined and plain '
Wood Pumps, and the various ' styles of
Iron Pitcher .Pumps. . , . .. ...
Are offered ou our , . ;
Five Ami Ten Cent
W f W sfct sdisMsiiliMkf i ;.!
i Tbe number arid variety of really useful
articles that can be purchased, is astonin g
Call and look it ever, and when you want te.
buy you will not forget it. ' - '
Tin Rnofinat E ivesnouting, or any other
kind of rep r work in , . '-
TIN, . COPPER, or SHEET-
We would say that we - keep' first 'Class
Workmen. . In regard to prices, we will
I guarantee prices to be as low as th lowest. (' (:'
, xours Kespectrully, . . -
46-tf ' F. T. SMITH.
A WFEK In ronr own town,
I no cam Lai risked. Yun ean
the baaln ss a trial wlthont ex
TK s s
k pense. The best opportunity erer
I oilered to those wllliaa; to work.
' You should try not hln ete onctl
ron ee for roorself wha yoo
do at the hnstacsa we oiler. No room to explain
Yon ean devote all your time or on'y y.ar spare
to tlie 1US1 uesa. awniURIW pay lor cerj iiv-r
that you work. Women raaka as mach as men. Suod
fur speeUl private t-rtns and partteular. which we
mall rrei. a outnt rree. imb t nuuwn m nana
times wh.-n yoa have such a chance. Address H.
I UALLkTI CO..ForUaad. alalae. . . . . 37-ly ,
uh Hi mess eft
Is found at the warerooms of -
Great additions have been made to
the stock Xo meet the demands of the
trade. The purchaser will find a match
less variety of splendid low-priced
goods as well as the costly. Tbe pubiio
can see at their showrooms ery flno
Which they oiler at very Low Prices.
IN THE . - -
We are prepared to furnish everything
in the Coffin and Casket line. Shrouds
of all kinds kept on hand. Having had .
many year' 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. -
Domestic Sewing Machine
' The new TJXDERBR AIDER, which is the
best and only thing of the kind ever used, ia
now a part, of the machine, and, with the
new 8eU-Threading Shuttle, Self-AdjuaUng
Needle, new Take-up, Combination Wheel;
and other improvements makes it the best
Under-feed Sewing Machine; made. I am
also agent for the " ' . r JX, '
Davis Vertical Feed I i ? H
The New Home!
Sewing Machines,'-each of which has ad ran- :
tages peculiar to itseir, which recommends
them lor a variety of nse and make them
second to none in the market.
Paities desiring machines will find it to
their advantage to give me a call. Ail ma
chines warranted. . All kinda of . St-wing .
Machine Needles and also a fine quality of
Sewing Machine Oil kept for sale.
s S. P. HASTINGS, Ag't, ,
Office in Benedict's Block, . Wellington, 0
i Jaav lethlyr. -
50 Years Before tlie Public
Pronounced by all to be the most
Pleasant and efficacious remedy now
in use, for the cure of coughs, colds,
croup, hoarseness, tickling sensation
of the throat,, whooping cougb, etc...
Over a million bottles Bold within- "
the last few years. It gives relief
wherever-used, and has the power to r
impart benefit that cannot be had
from the cough mixtures now in use.
Sold by all Druggists at 25 cents per
bottle.- " v
SELLERS' LIVEB PILLS are
also ' highly recommended for . caring
liver complaints, ' constipation, . sick
headaches, fever and ague, and all di
seases of the stomach and liver. Sold
by all Druggists at 25 cents per box.
B. E. SeUers & Co., Pittsburg, Pa.
; ' . ,v l .. ' ' . ; ; 6-ly.
i : t, ll.lit.'"
Having -fitted up. tlie Rooms
FITCIly Tor the eke
WHOLES At S 'aHD EETAD,
I shall keep the'best stock ot Tobaccos and
Cigars in townVsnd can gnarantee, if jou
will favor me with a call, the best ; .
CIQAB .FOR :FIYB: CE2fTB
in town. Also a choice line of Chewing and
Smoking TobsWttMK .-, i ..t v .
I can't be beat for Qaallty or Price.
I shall keep nothing but the best of Goods,
at the very Lowest Price. '
Hoping that you will call and convince
yourselves, that the place to buy Tobacco
and Cigars is where they make a business of
that, and that only,
I await your favors, '
49-tt '' ' - A! P. DIMOCK.
may te foond on
rllo at Ueo. P
Ttnrean 10 Snrnce)
street I, wiieru an,ei,
t hsiua; conti-acta may
Ua uuula lor it In
CCC HERE! $5 raKBDS fcrJOtU
WsaiSai ..,t ,...,k,B, sta; a) Risk r-
.nr., 1 I
hi; a &il hj I SilwHflata
Iders t bher-ip ral; 12 Saa avl.
, Puari I J SWkl ! "7. .
KiTcloinc lm K "aT lhM
Holacr; I rUia Holder;
uic i o..i.i. ra; JZZ-T
mm I'lhUM Hmmrmt for rtowtl
MS IS ,ktt
cut.) All east for rthr Centa.
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