Newspaper Page Text
Tkaraday, Oct. SO. 879.
J. HOUQHTOK. M. H. HOUGHTON,
t - . . : XDrroae.
C. C. C & I. It. R. Time-table.
Tniu leave Wellington Stmtion M fol
low : .
o U Ob. lea. lmi an Man t:T a. a.
Be. a. a. Loan Clarmeatl tigress.... a:ior.H.
Vow a Kick Iium, Mall :sa r.M.
Ho. l.-Omln Iiiiiii niilliio :J0 r.M.
Local ri slants,.... ara.au aad:Mr. B-
Ho. a Ml. T i ssa, A Hen. ............. 1:101.1.
Ho. .-. Loan 4k On. Xzanaa MaO,... l-.Ur.m.
Ko, . Quels aa Kxacsaa. :3 r.av
Ko. a.-Oevelaaia' i nuaaainiineiliia... . a:S7 a.m.
. -SrOO t:X r.M.
v. b. naasB. inwt.
DI8CIPL CHTTBCH. SVrrteee rvcrr Sabbath at
lir.IO a.. II aad Troo P M. Seaeata) Sveool at IS
M. Pravsr HMtlu oa Thareday evealaga. W. it.
COXOBVOATimf JlL CHTJBCH. Ban luil every
aafcaat at KfcSO A. M. and TrOP P. M. Bsbasi
aeeaul at IS M. Prayer aUetant oa Thaieasy ovoa
laea. 4, Italy, saator.
METHODIST SP18)X)PaX CSTJBCH. See-rices ev
ry ebeat at mean A. at. ana 7a P M. aabbaih
tiafcaia tctol mm. rnnr Mmtat Tun
Oay ov.alaes AU a. Albeit, sector.
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
- HACK. UVCa.
sdrUa, 1 Antra Tailliy, Thareday aad aetareay
pi u. Sale. - at a A. iL um at l P. at.
fctTMaa Aotao daHy aj JO A. It. Leave at
UeaUactoa. J Arrive ntaadsy. Wedneedav aad Trl
SalUvaa, J day at I P. X. Leave Te.eaeT.Tasre
Palk. " ) say aad Salejaey at SJU A. M.
Smw ( Arrive Teieaay. Tberedey aad Serar
Ifteaervb a. ( day at uTlt at I P. M.
Waet aataiu. )
Tbo addrees Wbal aa aaah aaaer shows the data to
waw awe aaewrrlbwaas said. Uaat
?v Jerry Smith 1 Jan 79
Stntaaerae Mr. eestta has paid for hie paper aatn
J uan Ik 17. The BeaU Ilea ia eorreeted weekly,
y eoaliUS aba addi aaa label every enascrlber oaa
tail i. mm laeteat how eJeejceoeat etaada, aad wbatk
ar aa kaa lecoivea aaaar areas! oa
Instead I of advatclag tbo price of Over
coat to correspond with the ad ranee la
ptlca of woolen, wo two aclllng cheaper than
ever before. Carry in the Spriag ar cloeed
out m line of bcarrra, wmted cfctnchU
aa way below tbo factory price, ao Uiat we
ara aelllnt front 10 to SW vor oaat. I alow lsat
Tcmr'a priroa. Theae price will be beM ontll
oar present stock i doood oat. Coma earl y
nod get bargain, a w cannot leplace them
for the aaae money.
f . Baits.
Oar Block of eaeas and boy clothlnr la
oomplate of lateet itylea.eleKanlly cut and
made. Omr price kT erer been the enry
of eoeapeUtors. We guarantee our price
to be the lowest, and warrant erery garewnt
to be aa repreaeatod, and CTerythiar that
1 not atlif actory In CTery respect may be
ra tarn ad and we win refund the money.
Baalseaa aulta, t5.co to 1S.0O,
Boy aulta, U0 to 17.8a -Hats.
We can beat the naUava on Hat. We
happened to be In Hew Tori la time to etrike
a (ail ore of a large hat aad tarnishing goods
house, and bought quite a stock at auction.
We will sell as good a hat tor 50 cent as you
will get elsewhere for tl; a good for 73 eta.
as you will get elsewhere tor tl.SO. WewUl
sell aa good a OoaMBier Silk Hat for t3.00 as
you wiH and In any other alore for 15.50 to
We bare a 1ob lot of ladle underwear at
about half price. ' No trouble to ahow goods.
Come aad examine our stock and satisfy
jouzaelTea. , We think we hare a nice a line
of doth and saltings as you will Sad in Lo
rain county, aad ltletk knowa Jast how to
make them up. .
. . A. X. TITCH, the Clothier.
. Thoroughbred Jersey.
Wasted, stock-breeders aad dairymen to
know that B. V. Jones, of WeHlngtou, has a
line Jersey bull, bred by the noted importer
and breeder. W. il Gardner, Korwalk, Ohio.
It 1 thoroughbred and ia recorded la the
Amerieaa Jersey Cattle Club Register, aad
a - a very uae animal. Those interested
please call at his farm In the north part of
the Tillage. .... ltf
No Deception Used..
It is traaire so many people will continue
to suffer day after day with Dyspepsia, Liv
er - computet. Constipation, Bout Stomach,
General Debility, when they can procure at
our store fthiloh's Yitaliaer, tree of cost if
it doea sot cure or relieve them. Price 73
cents. Bold by Everett A Starr, Wellington.
All persons are hereby csntloned
against purchasing a promissory note
given by me to the Northern Ohio
Lightning Bod Company, ss It was ob
tained by fraud, and Its payment will
be con tested. L. WHEELER.
Another Town Board From.
" ?w - K- July 9, im.
Da. hf. H. Tmu, fredonla, N. T.,
Dear Bin I have always been opposed
to patent medicine, but I had been an Inva
lid, bmng oBeetad with dhrslneaa and faiak
ing - Sta eaueed by bUltousness, deranred
tomach aad bowel aad impaired nerves for
several rears. X doctored a areas deal, but
stHl they freer worse. I have takes seven
bottles of your Blood and Liver Remedy and
Nerve Tonic and have not had one since I
began to use B.- I am happy to say that I
feel fully restored by your excellent medt
duevwhleh I reeemmead oa every oeeesloa.
If a -system la oat of order it appears to
have the power to restore It to health, aad
thatl what ia wanted. Very truly.
Sr. rVnneri Blood and Liver Remedy
sad Nerve Toaie may well be Ued
"The conquering hero" of the times. t It
Is the medical triumph of the age. Who
ever has "the blues" should take it,, for
it regulates sad restores the disordered
avatem that rives rise to them. It al-
waya enres Billions nes sad Liver Com
. plaint. Jaundice, Dyspepeis. Constfpa
tion. Headaches, Fever end Ague, Spleen
EnlaqnnenU, Scrofula, Erysipelaa, Pim
ples, Blotehes, sad all skin eruption
sad blood disorders; Swelled Limbs and
Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves
sad Nervous Debility; Restores flesh
sad streagth when the system Is running
down or going Into deelins; enres Jre
male Weakness aad Chronic Rheuma
tism, aad relieves Chronic Bronchitis,
aad all Lang sad Throat difficulties.
It does theae things by striking at the
root of disease end removing iu causes.
Da Banners Improved Cough Honey
win reosve say cough in one hour. .
lit. Jreaaera Golden Relief enres say
psia, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colio or
headache in 5 to 80 minntes, and readily
relieves raenmausm, kidney-complaint,
diarrhoea, dysentery. For sale by Dr. 8.
B. Emerson. Dr. Fenner's St. Vitus
Dance Specioe. One bottle always cares.
rot sals Dy aeaiers.
At wholesale by Swift A Dodd, Detroit,
aUea. . ;
' For Sale.
A eWrsl Heo andLottorsl cheap
BaiytaJ. HtBeldea. sltX
LOCAL AND lasCELLAITEOTJS
For lamps and fixtures, see the new
stock st J. W. Houghton's.
The person that carried that nm
brelia from the Cong. Church would
favor the owner by bringing It back.
Go and see the new goods, too nam'
eroas to mention, st Houghton's drug
snd book store.
In getting ready for winter, do not
forget to renew your subscription to
Compressed yeast, ssme ss used In
Vienna bread, st W. TV. Harvey's.
The home paper Ia the one you can
least afford to spare. Send In your sub
scriptions snd renewal.
For stationery, school book, snd
all school supplies, go to Houghton's
drug and book store. tf
Paper In quarter ream packages
and in smaller quantities cheaper tban
ever before known, at Houghton's..
Fifty-two of onr eitisens went to
Cleveland last Fridav to attend the ser
vices at the Tabernacle, and more went
-Large globe, very useful for the
study of geography, and for learning
the location anl relative pneitlon of
places, can be had at Houghton's store.
Mr. Samuel ' Warner brought a
grade Durham to town last week which
weighed 1130 pounds; age 17 months;
color grey. Said to be a Tory soperlor
Foa Sals ok Rsjrr. Honse and
Io(. on . Hale Street. House contains
seven room. Good cistern, etc- En
quire of D.A.Wniard, st W. R. Sent-
ley dc Co.'s office. tf.
The funeral of Wesley Battle, who
died Friday mornlnr, wss held st hit
late home Snnday afternoon, at 1 p. m.,
attended by bis pastor. Rev, N. S. Al
If Us X. A. Clark makes nice fitting
cloaks and dolmans, a well as dresses.
Call st Mrs. A. H. Palmer's millinery
rooms, and leave your orders. Nice fit
guarsnteed or goods paid for. 4-2t
Now la the time to get your FsU
snd Winter beta snd bonnets, snd Mrs.
A. H. Palmer hss them In all styles
both straw and felt, and all goods usu
ally found In s millinery store. 4-St
We were shown to-day by Mr. Q.
W. Crosier ds Co., some very fine swltxer
cbeeee bought br Mr. Will Crosier
for the Southern German trade. They
will weigh sbont 100 pound, and are
finest of their kind. -
We ssk the attention of oar read
ers this week to the follow trg new ad
vertlsemeot. Wcwter Adam, drug
gists an? dealer In fancy soods, no
tions, ete. New store. New goods,
and every thing In No. 1 order. Keep
watch of their space each week.
Three snd all the children of Mr.
ITelsell, formerly of Wellington , died
recently of diphtheria In Cleveland, the
same week. Our devil says this Item
will be res'l with Interest, because
everybody will be pleased to know they
have gone where they cannot steal any
In the coroner's' Inquest In the
Merrlam care atLaOrange, the wife of
deceased was cleared of the foul suspi
cions against her, and It wss quite
clearly proved that Mr. Merriam's
death was caused by an overdoes "of
morphias administered by his own
hand, either Intentionally or acciden
tally. A large market basket full of cat
tuber roses seems a very extravagant
indulgence In that sweet smell! ng com
modity .'bat the agent of Starr dc Har
rison, whose advertisement appears la
the Eicrararas this week, was dividing
that quantity around Saturday afternoon-,
and left a boquet for the editors
that will disguise even the perfumeries
of a drag store for days to come.
The Inducements offered by the
Cleveland Herald should be considered
when you are looking for a first-class
paper. It never was so ably edited
since we have been acquainted with it.
and to oar minds its editorial writing Is
fully op to the N. T. weeklies. It Is
sound in Its politics and Its literary
character Is unsurpassed. Our readers
will place a higher estimate on this no
tice when we tell them that we were
neither naked nor paid fer It.
The New London Record has a cor
respondent who has raised the Amber
sugar cane, and from one-half acre
made ' 105 gallons of syrup, worth at
least 60 cents a gallon ; SS bushel s of
seed heeds good for chicken feed;
quantity of leaves for fodder, and the
canes after pressing can be need for
same. He thinks the crop worth $130
an acre, says It matures early, Is easy
to raise, will grow on sny good corni
ground aad no Insects destroy It.
Mrs. A. H. Palmer brought to our
o fflce a very fine specimen of the large
variety of the passion flower, also leaf
and bud, the latter opening In a day or
two Into a perfect flower. Mrs. X. O.
Foote has a vine which bore a large
number of blossoms last year, and we
may yet learn that this rare ezotlo is
already quite common smong the
cherished plants of oar Wellington la
dles. We began a few weeks ago to
tell the legend connected with the vine.
but it did not get Into print. The an
cient tradition says that on the night of
Good Friday, after oar Savior's body
wa taken from the cross, that where
his blood wss ahed a vine sprang op
acd blossomed, which upon being ex
smlned proved to contain In Its leaves
and flowers all the principal features of
the cruel fix ion. The pistil In the cen
tcr with outstretched arms was a mln
ature of the cross Itself; the five stamens
the nails, spear snd hammer; the ten
petals, the ten faithful diseiplea who
stood around the cross; the little up
right fringe round the bottom of the
pistil, sometimes red or purple in color,
the crown of thorns with blood upon
It; the fringe or rsys, the hslo of glo
ry; the three lobe J leaf, the three
Marys, united In heart In their love for
the Savior; the tendrils, those faithful
of the multitude who clung to the vine
to the last, and the calyx with Its three
sepals suppoitlng the flower, the Trln
Ity. This supposed resemblance Is of
course imaginary, but It Invests the
plant with peculiar interest and Is
worth remembering to keep up the tra
A fall assortment of writing snd
copying fluids snd inks, pens, pencils,
for sale at Houghton's.
Chas. Sutllff, drove upon the track
In front of a passing train at Elyrta,
Monday afternoon, and both he and his
horse were Instantly killed.
The Ave and ten counters at L. B.
Smith's stove snd Un store sre being
extensively patronised and are very
popular. It ahould be remembered
that he does jobbing of all kinds In
good order and low prices. Tin roof
ing, eave spouting, plumbing, ete. His
workmen hsve had large experience and
ill certainly please you. Stoves
lined, repaired and put up neater,
quicker and better than you can do It
yourselves. Watch for bis new ad.
Mrs. M. M. Leece of Cleveland, Is
pending a few weeks with her daugh
ter, Mrs. J. F. Crowl.
Jay Woolley spent Sunday In Shelby,
In company with W. P. Dickerson,who
was at home a week.
Mr. O. Herrick has been quite sick
for over a week. Ws have-not learned
the nature of hit disease.
Mrs. CI at a Fitch, mother of A, M.
Fitch, has gone to San Francisco to
spend the winter with her son, who is
Mr. J. A. Hamilton, a compositor
from the Plain Dealer office, has pur
chased and will publish the Orville
(Wayne Co.,) Crescent.
J. W. Morris, the gentlemanly agent
of Johnson's CyclODedla, dropped In st
our office last week. He Is now work
ing np a canvass in Huron county, the
southern portion of which he has al
ready supplied, as we have seen by our
Mr. Geo. C. VanCleef, who hss been
station agent at Mlamisburgh, on the
C. C.Vfc C. R. R., has lately been pro
mtted to the agency of the same compa
ny at Springfield, O., a town of over
30,000 Inhabitants. .
Mrs. Dodge, mother of the late Mrs.
Dr. Grauel, who had resided with her
daughter here long enough to attach to
herself many warm friends, passed
through Wellington yesterday on her
way to Tennessee. A number of her
Intimate acquaintances who knew of
her coming, went to the train to see
Mrs. A. M. Ryder, of whom our peo
ple know something In connection with
her missionary labors among the blacks
at New Orleans, started last Thursday
morning for that city to enter upon her
work again with re-enforced means for
extending and perfecting the atne. A
box of clothing to be distributed among
sick and destitute colored people, as
needed, Is being made op by the Aid
Society of the M. E. Church, snd gar
ments left with Mrs. S. P. Hsstiogs,
where the stores are being packed, will
be added and sent. Mrs. Ryder's ad
dress Is 188 Race street. New Orleans,
and anyone wishing Information
concerning ber work, may communi
cate directly with her at that place.
The Cleveland Conference.
This body met with the Congrega
tional Church In Wellington, Tuesdsy
and Wednesday of last week. The at
tendance was lsrge; the topics for con
ference were practical, well hsndled
and interesting. The discussion of the
Sabbath question was of much Interest,
being opened on Tuesdsy evening, with
a sermon by Ber. James Brand of
By Invitation, Messrs. C. W. Horr, S.
S. Warner. S. K. Laundon. and Heorr
Wood addressed the conference In re
gard to the necessity of making cheese
on Sunday. The last named gentleman
took the ground that Sunday work was
not necessary In the cheese business.
Rev. J. A. Daly was elected Modera
tor of the conference, and Brooklvn
was chosen ss the next place of meet
A snperb collation furnished by the
ladies of the church, was the last thing
tn the order of exercises Wednesdsy
Fruit, shade, ornamental of all vsrl
eties and grades. C. W. Baker of
Palneaville, O., who has been selling
and delivering stock from the nursery
ot Storrs de Harrison of that place is re
ceiving many words of commendation
for the very excellent quality of his
trees. His customers uniformly ex
press entire satisfaction with both qual
ity and prices. He will continue to
canvass In this vicinity all winter and
will fill orders taken, next Spring.
Reserve your orders until he calls on
you and gives you prices. 6-tf
Being the authorized agent of X. B.
Mallory, I have appointed A.L. Dewey
my agent at Wellington, to handle hla
brand of oysters and will at all times
guarantee onr goods. Any goods not
No. 1 at time of receiving them, can be
returned to blm, and prices st all times
as low as the lowest.
W. C. Bbacx.
Cleveland, Oct. SS, 1679. 6 tf
A 8trange People.
Do yon know that there are strange
people In our community, we say
strange because they seem to prefer to
suffer snd paas their daya miserably,
made so by dyspepsia and liver com
plaint. Indigestion, constipation aud
general debility, when Shlloh's Vitali
xer Is rusrsnteed to cure them. Sold
by Everet dc Starr.
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve.
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tetter,
chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve
ia guaranteed to give perfct satisfaction
In every case or money refunded.
Price S6 cents per box. For sale by
J. W. Houghton.
After the 1st of November I can be
found In my cew dental rooms, over
the post office.
L. P. HOLBBOOK.
Ten cent will buy a 100 yard spool ot
Belding Brae, at Co.' sewing silk. Qua ran
teed to be tun length and weight. The best
made. Try It 8-t
Baldwin, Laundon dc Co.
What to buy and where to buy It at
this season of the year is a question In
every household. Knowing that pru
dent people consult their newspapers
before spending their money, we give
our readers the benefit of observstions
snd Inquiries In a look through the old
est DST GOODS BOCSS
In this vicinity, thst of Baldwin, Laun
don 4 Co.
Beginning in the department of ladies
ready-made cloaks, we were shown
garments rsnging In price from $3 to
those of rich and heavy material with
elegant trimmings of silk, costly fringe
and paasementetle, the medium grades
being also very desirable. In shawls
they hsve for winter, the hesvy rever
sible, the Paisley and the soft all-wool
blanket shawl, single and double.
On the shelves are a full stock of di
agonals, and good beaver eloaklngs
from U3 upwards. In eloths and
csaslmers for gentlemen's suits, they
have a large supply. We saw excel
lent water-proof goods, ranging from
60 cts. to $1.35 a yard ; woollen blank
ets, all grades, merino underwear from
37 cts. upward ; all-wool and Shaker
flnnnels from 15 cts. a yard upward.
Cotton flannels from 6 to SO cts.
Ticks and sheetings In quantities, and
in tickings a specialty, at one shilling.
Sheeting a yard wide, from 6) to 9
cts. Bleached cottons, good quality,
from 6 to 10 cts. Shirtings at old pri
ce, striped and plaid, from 10 to 15
cts., and extra ohevoiu from 20 to 60
cts. In table linen they have a line of
Turkey red, from 60 cts. to $1.00 a yard,
and handsome Turk Ish toweling, nap
kins, tidies sud doylies In choice pat
terns. All linen crsshe are offered for from
6j- to SO cts. per ysrd ; ail-linen dam
ask towels with fringe and border at SO
cts. each; and a specialty tn towels
similarly finished are 6Jct. Napkins
from 75 cts. to f 5.00 a dozen. Young
house-keepers may now get a
COMTOBTABLK OCT PIT
and others replenish their stores for a
aim that a few years ago would not
have sufficed for a beginning. In this
connection should be mentioned Ingrain
carpets In qualities from 33 to 90 cts.,
and a nice line of oil cloths from 25 cts.
Among the drees goods Is a large
stock of prints of the best brands which
are selling at 6 eta., snd choice cam
brics from 8 to 12 cts. ; ginghams in
color snd quality, suitable for aprons
and chtldrens wear are 8 cts., and the
dark fancy Amoskeags. 1 shilling. In
cheap dress goods tbey have brocades,
bourettes, etc, at 9 cts., poplin alpao-
cas at 1 shilling, which formerly sold
at 15 and 18 cts. Arabian suitings, all-
wool, in good grey and dark neutral
tints, are 35 cts. a yard ; Tycoon reps,
the figured goods sold for wrappers aud
dressing gowns. Is now reduced to 30
cts. They show a good stock of James
town slpsccss, snd a few pieces sre yet
left of the Imitation crape-moretts In
very derslrable mode colors, which
though sold st 25 cts.. looks well enough
to cost twice that. Cashmeres In fash
ionable dark tints range from 45 cts. to
the very best black grades at 51.00 and
$1.35. Handsome brocades and other
popular dress goods, slso Scotch plaids
are shown at 30 cts. and upward. Pon
geesplain, brocade and striped; and
at 45 cts. can be bought a new striped
dress goods cotton and silk warp, and
all-wool filling, that U very handsome,
and the more expensive MomJe cloths
msy be found in their stock.
Black silks, brocades In colors, and
fsncy dress silks are shown in good va
riety ; and for trimmings and comblna.
tlon suits are silks, velvets and French
brocades; while among the fancy goods
and notions may be found fringes, pas
sementeries, gimps, buttons, ornaments
and a full case of spool silk and twist
at greatly reduced prices. A
of ladiea and children gloves which
fcrmerly sold at from two to three eh 11
lings a pair, will be closed out at ten
cents a pair, and in the line of hosiery
for misses, the dark fancy styles at one
shilling a pair, were a marvel of cheap
ness for the quality. Hand-made knit
garments, as jackets, hoods, scarfs, leg
gins and mittens are attractively dis
played, and a good variety of material
for knitting is also In the stock. The
silk and linen handkerchiefs are pretty
and cheap, the lowest priced Dclny a
linen at 5 cts.
A full case or ribbons in all the new
styles; fsncy back comb from one shil
ling to half a dollar, ruchlngs, collars
and caffs, laces and embroidery, silk
bows and ties are among their fancy
roods. The attention of the ladles Is
called to the different makes of corsets,
ranging in price from 60 cents o $1.60.
In boots and aboes we will mention
good looking article of ladies side-laced
shoes at $1.25, infants shoes as low as
35 cents, a child's shoe st 60 cents, I
ladies serge gaiter at 85 cents, Con
gress at $1.00, and French kid from
$1.75 to $3.00. Rubber overshoes In all
sizes, boys leather boots from $3.00 up
ward, and men's wear from 20 to
We hare said nothing of the grocery,
crockery and hardware departments,
but our readors will see that to attempt
to enumerate the extent of goods car
ried In stock by this old firm would
take more space than we can give to one
subject, and we can only advtae the
public to go and see for themselves.
A Wonderful Discovery v .
For the spec J y cure of consumption
and all diseases that lead to It, such as
stubborn coughs, neglected colds, bron
cbltls. hay fever, asthma, pain In the
side and chest dry hacking cough, tick
ling In the throat, hoarseness, sore
throat, and all chronic or lingering dis
eases of the throat and lungs. Dr.
King's New Discovery has no equal
and has established for itself a world
wide reputation. Many leading pby
sicians recommend and use it in their
oractice. The formula from which It
Is prepared Is highly recommended by
all medical journals. The clergy and
the Dress have complimented It In the
most glowing terms. Go to your drug
gist and get a trial bottle free of cost.
or a regular slse for $1.00. For sale by
J. W. Houghton.
Sore eyes, tetter, salt rheum, etc.,
are cured by "Dr. Lindtey's Blood
Searcher." Sold by all druggists.
If Ton are billions vou will find
positive relief by using "Sellers Liver
PUls. Sold by all druggists.
We haye a speedy and positive cur
for catarrh, diphtheria, csnker mouth.
and head ache, in Shlloh's Catarrh
Remedy. A nasal injector free with
each bottle. Use It If you desire health
and aweet breath. Price 60 cents.
Sold by Everett A Starr.
Our Australian Trade. Since the
establishment of the Pacific line of
steamers, the trade between the United
States snd Austrslls bss Increased
wonderfully, and Hall's Balsam, for
coughs, colds and all lung disesses, Is
now a regular article of exports to that
country, and one of their staple medi
cines. "It Is a great public benefit."
These significant words were used in
relation to Thomaa Eclectrto Otl, by a
gentleman who had thoroughly tested
it merits in his own case baring been
cured by It of lameness of the knee, of
three or four years standing. It never
fails to remove soreness as well aa lame
ness, and is an Incomparable pulmonic
and corrective. The advertisement in
regular column deserves reading.
Congress Cheat Shield.
This patent undershirt completely
protects the lungs both in front and
back, and is believed to be the best
preventative for taking cold ever in
vented. They are made in white and
medicated scarlet. A. M. Fitch is the
manufacturer's agent for Wellington.
Those troubled with weak lung or
who are liable to take cold, should ex
amine them before purchasing their
winter supply of underwear. 6-3.
Mbdvobd, Mass., Sept. 18, 18fT.
Dear Sir: I have used your Iodide
Ammonia Liniment and find it the best
remedy I ever used. For a sprain or
callous there is nothing equal to it
My wife sprained ber ankle last Satur
day evening; I used the Liniment as
per direction; the second application
was a perfect cure. Some of my friends
started last night for Johnson Co.,
Kentucky; they hsve taken several
bottles with them. I have used It on
my horses and it works like a charm.
I am going to Kentucky next month
farming. If you have any works treat-
ng of horses and other animals, please
send me two or three copies, and
oblige Tour respectfully,
Cbas. W. Fobbcsh.
Sold by all druggists. Send for pam
phlet. Da. Giias,
120 West Broadway, N. Y,
Trial tise 25 cents.
Lowbix, Mass;, May 15, 1876.
MassBS. Wm. M. Gilbs & Co.,
Gentlemen: I have been suffering
for ten years with sciatic rheumatism,
and the different kinds of' liniment I
haye used during that time may bo es
timated by gallons. About two weeks
ago I obtained a bottle of your Lini
ment Iodide Ammonia of your agents,
F. 4 E.-Bailey dc Co.; It gave mo al
most tnstsntsneous relfef from pain,
and since that time I have been steadi
ly improving.' It has done me more
good then sny medicine that I have be
fore used. I have been obliged to car
ry a cane until within two weeks, since
which time I hsve not found it neces
sary. J also wiao to state tnat tuts tcs
timonial Is not solicited, but I give it In
hope that other may be benefitted ss I
hsve been. (Signed)
Mas. N. Puvsr,
13 Boott Corporation
Sold by all druggists. Send tor pam
phlet. Dr. Gobs,
130 West Broadway, N. Y.
Trial size 25 cents.
KB. J. P. EIDT
Wishes us to say that he is still getting
the "Champion" Oysters two limes
each week from Baltimore, direct, and
on Friday and Saturday of this week he
will hsve a fresh lot of bulk Oysters
direct from his house, which Is on of
the largest and best In the city of Balti
more. He will sell them cheaper than
any other boose In town.
Persons who wish to get them In
large quantities for parties and social
gatherings of any kind, will find It to
their interest to get them of htm. Give
him two day notice (the time it takes
to get them) and he will get them for
you in good order. Just keep this one
thing in your mind, that be la head
quarters for Oysters In Wellington.
He has also just opened a large as
sortment of Csnned Fruits of lsrge va
riety. Just look In his window and
Judge for yourself. You are sure to get
what you want lr 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 ha In
that line. Try him and see and Judge
lor yourself. You can get anything
you want In the eating line.
You will find hi rooms at the Star
Bakery, Just north of Rlnlngcr's store
I take pleasure in thsnkiag my many
friends and patrons for the very liberal
patronage extended to me since open
lng my restaurant In Wellington.
think that I fully appreciate their kind-
nets, and sol'clt a continuance of their
patronage and will do all in my power
to make my restaurant worthy of their
I am now the authorized agent for
the sale of E. B. Mallory's celebrated
brand of oysters and shall keep all
brands conatantly on hand and guaran
tee tho quality of every brand. I sell
Bulks, Comets, Selects, E. B. M.'s, Ar
The choicest brands of crackers ; also
cheaper brands. Particular attention
paid to cooking oysters In every stylo
desired. Parties furnished at a dis
count. Warm meals, lunch, tea or
A full line of csnned goods, and mar
ket low. I want to sell them. Remem
ber the place, West L'berty street.
A. L. DEWEY.
f. . sr. fa printed at thia oiEet
wnia Klll'sl on saort nonce snu ot
most reasonable terms
Civ us a call.
The market has made another advance
of a half cent, and is firm, the dealers
reporting a good demand. All over the
country, East and West, the cheese in
terest la looking better, constantly ad
vancing and the prospect Is fair that
the average results to dairymen will
equal those of former years.
We quote : having, (naked) lOQll e ;
billing, (boxed)llXQ 13 cents.
The shipments of cheese for the
week ending Oct. 38, are as follows:
No. of Boxes, 10,763; No. of pounds,
Butter for the same time a follow :
No. of pkgs; 634; No. of pound
Wellington Produce Market.
cobbxctbd waaxLr it Baldwin, ladx
AbbIm. dried. rt a
Oaeae iad. e 1V....OO
H.r. ton a 00
Ham. .mnknrf lb
Apples, araaa. V baSOaMO
Bnmx, e lb ss
Beaaa, aa 1 ao
Backwbut, ba TO
Chickcaa dmsad, V lb... a
Clover taad. ba. ........4 00
If aele anal
eea. v id.
. ba.... 0
VSiZ BB1DS, v id.... 7
Dnen Bklaa 40O30
Salt, Saa. lut...JI
H-Jt, Ataum. V lb s
Salt, Common. V bbl.. I 40
Salt, Solar. 0 bbl .a 00
Shear Palta, 0 lb .SS1 00
Tarkm dreamt, V lb
TlKothr aaad, 9 00
Dackt drasMd, V lb 10
Dmlry, lb ia)
Creamer. lb IS
Beta. doa .....U:
Feataera. lb .........to
Wool. S lb
Grain, Floor and Feed.
COBBXCTBD WABBLY BT H. B. HAMLIN.
Braa. evt TO. S toe IS 00
Cora, belled. V ba SO
Cora la ear, t ba SO
Beet wnlta, V eaca .
Beet Bed. Oeeek...
utst v aa.
CloTer eeed. S ba 4 to
o. A e lid
Timotar eeea. e ra.,j
Bacewbeet rioar, ...
Bolted Meal. cvt .
Shone. S cwl
Oil Meal V cvt.....
Com, belled.V ba. ,....
Cora, la ear. S ba s
Wheat, S ba et IS
Clover eeed. S ba B AO
TlmotnT Med ba.. 3 00
How Xckateine Holla is Co., Kan-
ufacture Their White Lead. ,
Messrs. Bckstelne, Hills A Co., have
adopted the Dutch process, which, after
hundreds cf year experience, haa proved
the best. It consists in exposing thin
sheets of metalle lead to vapor f acetic
acid for a long period. Into the bottom of
earthen pot or crock I poured weak vin
egar, made by diluting acetic add, about a
quart in each pot; sheet of lead (commonly
cast in round lattice work shape called
buckles, about the else of a tea plate) are
placed In the pots, ten of these weighing
about ten pound, being placed In each pot.
restlsf en shoulder above, but not la con
tact with the vinegar. Being thus prepared,
they are placed together in successive layers
la stack, about eighteen feet square. Isch
layer ia covered with board and then
with pent tan bark, or atable litter, the
heat from which cause the vinegar to fer
ment, and this start the procea of corro
sion. Each stack usually contains from
twenty to twenty.flve tons ot lead in from
tour thousand to five thousand pot. At the
end of about three months the stack are
opened and the carbonated lead emptied in
to the eeperaung machinery, which sepa
rate the corroded lead from that not cor
roded. The carbonate ia then deposited by
elevators in tanks, where it 1 thoroughly
washed to remove any discoloration; It It
then ground In a pastry state under French
burr atone; next pumped into tanks and
allowed to settle. After a tew daya it is
placed on copper pans heated by steam, and
dried; it Is then the drv white lead of com
merce. Then it is mixed with linseed oil In
proportion ef nine part by weight et oil,
to ninety-one parts by weight ot white dry
lead, and finished by grinding. By the
Dutch process ot corroding, white lesd con
tain more oxide of lead, and possesses a
greater covering power or body than when
ade by any other process.
For Sale in Wellington by
cr. s. wooXsisxrr.
NO ONE DUTIES
That I keep the cheapest and best Oys
ters ot all varieties; direct from Balti
more ; served op In every style in my
newly fitted up rooms at my old stand,
where I have kept for the last fifteen
years, a full line of Groceries, Tobacco
and Cigars. Yes, those cigars, 3 for
6 cents, that heat all others, and those
five centers can't 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 la the past, do
my best to please all who call.
R. J. ROBINSON.
Advertisement For Bids.
Sealed pronoaeti vm be received at the oSIee of
tbe Clerk of the Board of Bdacatloe ot PlneSeld.
Lorala County, Ohio. eatU U o'clock aooa. oa tbe
sad dar ot Koreai ber. tare, tor baUdlas a Bchccl
Hoaee, oa tbe lot la Dlatrlet so. a, of Mid Torre
hip, according to the apectacattons oa file In Mid
Bach bid mast contain tbe name et every person
Interested la the tame, aad be accompanied by a
eumctent (aaranty et earn dblatersted tenon, that
tf tbe bid l aooepted a contract will ba entered Into,
aad the performance of It proper; eecered.
The bid tor each klad of material called for by the
spedflcatloas meet be stated Mparatcly, aad the
price ot (acta lirea: aad the price of labor meat also
be Mparataly elated.
Noae bet the knreet reapoaalbw bid will be aa
castes, aad tbe Board mar reject all kkSa.
Breeder the Board ot Education, ruuaaid. la-
rala County, Ohn, Oct. St-th. tare.
4t C A. WK8T, Clerk.
50 Years Before the Public.
rronoiiuced by all to be the atost
Plossant end effloacious remedy now
in ua, for the euro of coughs, colds.
croup, hoarseness, tickling sensation
of the throat, whooping cough, etc.
Over a million bottles sold within
the last fow years. It gives relief
wherever nsed, and Las the power to
Impart benefit that cannot be had
from the cough mixtures now In use.
Sold by sll Druggists at 25 cents per
BELTESS LTVEQ PILLS are
also highly recommended for curlnH
liver complaints, constipation, sick-licad-chcs,
fever and ague, and all di
seases of the stomach ana liver, so.
ir all Drurclsts st 25 cents . er 1ox.
IU E. Sellers St Co., Pittsburg, Fa.
Baker's Pain Panacea,
TOR MA ABO SBAST.
Tor nteraal aad Internal aaa.
The iiMleat rata BeUrrar of the as.
"LAUGH AND OROVT FAT"
Won't do. You must est healthy food
and drink healthy drinks. Come to
Bowlby A Hall's and buy the "Old Re
liable" H. A M. Oysters, the best
Crackers in town and some fresh roast
ed Coffee, and if you don't grow iat you
can depend upon the enjoyment of a
clear conscience for having done your
Our brands of Oysters sre known;
they need no recommendations. We
ship direct from Baltimore and they
will always be in the best possible con
dition. We hsve 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
say, 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 & BALL.
H- B. Hamliii,
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN,
Has on sale fi new Brand of Tlour of
absolutely the best quality in town, at
the aame price you pay for inferior
kind. Try it, and gt rid ef that bane
of tbe family, bad bread.
Farmers having grain ahould re
member that this ia the place to get the
highest market price for it in cash.
They ahould also remember Jiat in or
der to continue to raise good crops they
must spply fertilisers to their lands.
have been proved to be the most pow
erful, best and cheapest fertilizer in the
market. Made by experienced and re
liable manufacturers, prepared as
plant food by the best known process,
it is the standard fertilizer; causing
immediate and lasting fertility, and is
perfectly adapted to all crops. Call
snd get circulars. .
Warehouse South of By., Depot,
4ln-33-tf Wellington, Ohio.
STO VES I
LADIES and GENTLEMEN are invited
to call and examine the best line of
that was ever brought Into market, and we
will convince yon tnat w are selling
STOVES aa low aa any other place on the
Western Reserve. We have a new Cooking
tore, manufactured by the aame company
that got up the old Stewart Stove, which it
aa much ahead of thst a that wa ahead of
the old Clinton Air Tight. It has been on
tk market about one year, and it sales
have rapidly increased, and now it it claimed
by every one to ba the best snd tuost con
venient stove made. So do not bay any
other until you have aeen t'ue TRAVELER.
Should you want a cheaper one, we can
surely suit you, as w have an endlea vari
ety of that claaa. Among them are the
Stewart Kange, ureaaen nange, Norwood,
Earns, Spirit of '70, Napoleon, and many
T I N v? ARE!
Milk Pan and Milk Pails at Wholesale
or Retail, or any thing else you msy want
TIIT OE AGATE
SS ss 7 A vv v a aaa v v aa smew hiviv wa twav w
and 40 gallon Milk Cn, which we will
i a. - a tiTV-i i rr .1 -.. A .
CllHKJ out sat. IT DUirtaaio g titna, w uu uvb uts-
Uj an til theart all &ona.
We keen a foil assortment, ' of Cultiva
tors, Plows, Horse Rakes, Forks, Scythes
and Snaths, Shovels, Spades, ao.
A fine line of Porcelain lined and plain
Wood Pumps, and the various styles of
Iron rilober Pumps.
Are offered ou onr
Fi Ye And Ten Cent
The number and variety of really usefn
article thst can be purchased, is aatonint
Call and look it ever, and 'when you want o
Day you win not forget it.
Tin Roofing Eavespontina'. or any other
kina ot rep r work in
TIN, COPPER, or SHEET-
IRON WARE I
W would ssy thst we keen first Class
Workmen. In regsrd to prices, we will
guarantee prices to be as low aa the lowest.
. Your Respectfully,
46-tf F. T. SMITH.
WCGK fa roar awn town, and
aocaoltal Hiked. Von ean aire
iu. Deainree a tnai wiuiout ea-
peaae. The beat opportuattT erer
offered to Uioee vlllln to work.
Yoa ettoald try aothlnc tlee onUl
tou aee (or roareelf woai roe aaa
ao at tne Daeieeaa we oner, ao room to expiaia nere.
Toa caa derote all eoar time or only your spare time
to the baeloeie, and make exeat pay ror every hour
that yoa work. Womea aiake ae mich aa mea. Send
for special private terms aad particular, which we
man rree. uuwi irco. voa i waiiiia h Dare
times wbea yoa bare each a eeaaoa. edreM H.
uaiasriabU.,ronjaeal jsaiae. .
The State of Ohio, I
Lorain Co., O., a. ) la the Court of CMunoa Ftaaa.
Myron Bawley. plO, '
azuBH t reuuoa vor iru.ee.
Emily Bawley. dft.
The defendant, Kmlly Hawloy, win take notice
that the above named plaintiff, oa the 29th day o
October. A. 0., iwn,' Bled his petition In eatd
enart for a divorce.' Said petition charsea that the
said Shnlrr, la the yrar A. D., 1877. did repeat, ry
commit andaltry with one George Da via at Hunting-
toe. ia said county, and that she Is now living with
aad cohabiting with the sa:d Davie, la the State of
Michigan, In a state of andaltry. 8ld petition
will be for bearing at any session of aald court, after
six weeks from the date thereof.
October soth, 187ft. e-et-chd.
Dr. Sogers' Worm Syrup
Instantly destroys Worms and Is recommended by
physicians aa the beet Worm Medicine m use.
IM a Urm laooa nrsmna err ma, of wale I
If All I 1. U Beekey. rue OtotmnX, Warraafed k
ear. niaa, Aatrna woa Msai, Dr. J. . Takier. M. Laekw Me.
non a TEAS tor hmL Intelilernt bo. I
ness mea or ageats. New batnese; light
work. Aaarese uo-urssATivz aaiwi,
Madison, lad, ai-amo.
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 st their showrooms very fine
Which they ofier 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 change
Domestic Sewing IIachike
The new TJNDERBRATDER. which is the
best and only thing of the kind ever used, at
now a part or tbe macnlne, ana, with toe
new Self-Threading Shuttle, Belf-AdjnaUng
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 New Home
Sewing Machines, each of which hss advan
tages peculiar to itself, which recommends
them lor a variety of nses and make them
recond to none in the market.
Patties desiring machines will find It to.
their advantage to (rive me a call. All ma .
chines warranted. All kinda of Sewing
Machine .Needle and also a fine quality of
Sewing Machine Oil kept for sale.
S. P. HASTINGS, Ag't,
Office in Benedicts Block, Wellington, 0
Jan. lath I jr.
Having fitted up the Rooms
formally occupied by A. Me
FITCH, for the exclusive
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
I shall keep the best stock ot Tobaccos and
Cigars in town, and can guarantee, if you
will favor me with a call, the best
CIGAR FOR FIVE CEXTS
in town. Ala a choice line of Chewing and
I can't be beat for Quality or Price.
I shall keep nothing bnt the best ot Goods,
at the very Lowest Prices.
Hoping that you will call and convince
yourselves, that the place to buy Tobacco
and Cigars is where they make a business ot
that, and that only,
I await your favors,
49-tf. A. P. DlhlOCK.
THIS PAPER E.
may be found on.
as laauw 1 -au.
Kewspaper Advertising Bureea ' fiprae
street 1, w nere aaver 1
lining contracts may
ie uaao ior u ta 1
HERE I S5 ia 600SS 50 cfx.
t.re. ; I MasK raaakua ra( t SMI raaat I Sil.w Plata
HaMar: I riaie Halter; I Saberr-ae raacil; B aa. Caaal
eas ri aeara Saa FepeM I StAS Baak, (set faaav riaa,
a.4 fai.il. S.M.t fcr
mi) au east see
M uaw, faaj aww aawae -
rifty Oeata. aaaaiia tafeee. Alfim,
Umii an. J
m wwa v
a year. Send Ten rests In one eent
scamps for a flee Silver Plated Thim
ble, retail price SS cents, and learn
how to make SiVXl a year. Ko ham
baas. " Only those wbo mean business need apply.
A.T.BUCI. CO.. Milton, Pa.
Oberlin, - Ohio,
Pianos and Organs Repaired.
A 11 Wnvl- Wnvrnnlpil to Give
a. tva WW v W WW w
This is to certify that we, the under
signed, have employed Mr. F. Chur
chill as a Tuner and Repairer, and that
the work for us has given entire satis
faction. Prof. Rice, .. . Prof. Wright,
Prof. Catiy, . Prof. Severance.
Prof. Davis, Prof. Blakeslee,
HP Orders left with J. W. Houghton
will receive prompt attention. 37-tf
MONTH! lanrrs virrxBi
Aj-Uss)aw its laewwanria.. N,
SJS BS,laanMie eaaiealnl. eva-r anuan
w MlMki MMtahw km. : a SmSj