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Clje - Enterprise.
Thursday, Nov. 6. 1879.
J. W,' HOUGHTON, M. H. HOUGHTON,
C. C. C. Jfc I K. It. Time-table.
Trains leavs Wellington Station aa fol
Ho L-Cu. lad. Express ud Man 8:37 a. a.
Ho. a. . Los Claclaaett Ei .... a:10P.H.
Ho. a Night Kxareaa, Mall Sisar.a.
Ho. 7. Cleveland Aecommolatloa. .. 5: JO T. M,
Local freights. S:S7 a. at. and 6:50 r. u.
Ho. a Sight Espuiaa. Asian... 5:40 a. .
No. 4. St. LoulaACta. KxpreeaAMall.... 1:15 r.M.
Ko. . Cleveland Sspresa, .................. H:iS p M.
Ko. a. Cleveland Aocomssortstloa. 8:37 a-a.
Local Freights, .9:00 5:30 r.v.
W. H. FISHKR. Agent.
DISCIPLE CHURCH. Srrrtees every 8abbtta at
1U JO a. M and 7:OU P M. Sabbatb Scbuol at 13
M Prayer Meeting oa Thursday evealnga. W. B.
"l baanpeoa, paator.
COYGKRQATirtNAI. CHURCH. Serrlees every
Sabbath at 10:Sl) A. M. and 7:0O P. M. Sabbath
aca-aJ at 13 M. Prarrr Meeting on Thareday even
ings. J, A. laly, pastor.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services ev
ery Sabbath at 10:30 A. U. and 7:O0 P M. rabbatb
Sabbath School at it M. rrayeT Meeting on Tnurs
dai evialnga. X. 8. Albrigut. pator.
Arrival and ! pa -tu re of Mails.
Oberltn, I Arrive ToaadaT, Thursday and Saturday
PUtottetd, i at a A. U. uwiuip. M.
BrUbton. 1 ArrlTO deny at 10 A. M. Leave at
K. ClarksSald. I 11 A. la.
Hvrtt'ngtoa, Arrive Moadaj. Wednesday end Tri-Sullivan.-
day at 1P.M. Ive Tu-sday.Tburs-Polk.
) day aad Sataraay at :Su A. M.
spencer. f Arrira Tstsaay. Thnnday and Patur
Homenllc, f day at 11A.M. Leave at 1P.M.
Wtri bSMUi. )
The sddrrae libel cm each paper ahowa tba data to
watch tba subscriber haa paid, thus:
Jerry Smith 1 jan 79
Signifies -nat Mr. Smith hat paid for hla paper anttl
Jaaaar tat. 17. Th mail llat a eorrecied weekly.
By aoa.a!Una turn add aea I. hat every subscriber can
tall la aa laataat how hie account stands, and whota
er ha haa received proper credit ua oar hooka.
Hotteaa sseerted la this eolnaaa at 10 oenU per Use
each Insertion, minion type.
" ,-' Overcoats.
Instead of advancing the price ot Over
cuata to correspond with the advance In
price of woolen, wi are selling cheaper than
crer before. Early la the Spriug we cloaed
out a line; of bravera, worsteds and tnlochll
aa way below the factory prices, so that we
are selling from 10 to 90 percent. I elow last
year'a prices. These prices will be held until
our present stock is closed out. Come early
and get bargains, as we cannot replace them
for the same money.- ,
Our stock of mens and boy a clothing la
complete ot latest styles, elegant! j cut and
made. Our prleea have ever been the envy
of competitors. TVe guarantee our prices
to be the lowest, and warrant every garment
to be as represented, and everything that
is not satisfactory In every respect may be
returned and we will refund the money.
Buainess suits, $5X0 to 115.00.
Boys suite, $2.50 to 7.50.
We can beat the natives on Hats. We
happened to be la New York In tinie to strike
a failure of a large hat and f urnlahing poods
boose, and bought quite a stock st auction.
We will sell aa good a hat for 50 cents as you
will get elsewhere for $1; ss good for 75 eta.
as you will get elsewhere for $ 1.50. Wo will
sell aa good a Gossamer Silk Rat for $3.00 aa
you will And in say other store for $5.50 to
We have a lob lot of ladies underwear at
about halt price. No trouble to show goods.
Come and examine our stock and satisfy
yonrselves We think we hive ss nice s line
of cloth and suitings as you will Hud ra Lo
rain county, and Hietk knows Just how (
make them up.
A. M. FITCH, the Clothier.
Wanted, s tock-b reed era and dairymen to
know that B. F. Jones, ot Wellington, hia a
Ana Jersey bull, bred by the noted Importer
and breeder, W. L. Gardner, Norwalk, Ohio.
It is thoroughbred and la recorded In the
American Jersey Cattle Club Register, and
a very line animal. Those interested
plesse call at hla farm In the north part of
the village. 81tf
No Deception Used. '
It la strange so many people will continue
t) suffer day after day with Dyspepsia, Liv
er complaint. Constipation, Boar Stomach,
General Debility, when they can procure at
our store BhUoh's Vltalixer, free of cost If
It does not cure or relieve them. TMce 75
carta. Bold by Everett A Starr, Wellington.
All persons are hereby cautioned
against purchasing' a promissory note
given by me to the Northern Ohio
Lightning Rod Company, as it was ob
tained by fraud, and its payment will
be contested. L. WHEELER.
Another Town Heard From.
Beam, N. T. July 80, 1879.
Da X. M. Tm, Fredonia, N. Y.,
- Dear Sin I have always been opposed
to patent medicines, bnt I had been an Ui va
lid, being affected with diuinesa and faints
Ing flu caused by blUiousness, deranged
stomach and bowels and impaired nerves for
several years. I doctored a great deal, but
still they grew worse. I have taken aevea
bottleaof your Blood and Liver Bemedy and
Verve Toole, and have not had oaa since. I
began to use it. I am happy to say that I
feci fully restored by your excellent tnedi
eine, which I recommend on every occasion.
If a system Is out of order It appears to
have the power to restore it to health, and
that la what is wanted. Very truly. ,
OB&D 6. CHASE. -
Br. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy
and Nerve Tonic may well be called
"The conquering hero" of the times. -It
is the medical triumph of the aire. Who
ever haa "the blues'1 should take it, for
it regulates and restores the disordered
system that gives rise to them. . It al
ways cores Billions nest and Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion, Headaches. Fever snd Ague, Spleen
Eolargments, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pi my
rtles. Blotches, and all skin eruptions
and blood disorders; Swelled Limbs and
Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves
and Nervous Debility; Restores flesh
abd strength when the system is running
down or going Into decline; enres r e
male Weakness and Chronic Rheuma
tism, and relieves Chronio Bronchitis,
- and all Long and Throat difficulties.
It does these things by striking at the
root of disease and removing its' causes,
Dr. Fe ruler's Improved Coagh Honey
win relieve any cough in one hour.
Dr. Fenner's Golden Relief cores any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia colic or
headache in 5 to 80 minutes, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint,
diarrhoea, dysentery. For sale by Dr. S.
B. Emerson. Dr. Fenner's St. Vitas
Dance Specific One bottle alwsjs cures
For sale by dealers.
At wholesale by Swift A Dodd, Detroit,
A deelrabl Heuse and Lot for ssle chesp.
Paly to J. B. Basis a. S1U
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
Trimmed hats at Mrs. Rockwood'a,
For lamps and fixtures, see the new
stock at J. W. Houghton's.
Go to Mrs. H. N. Rock wood's for
millinery of all kinds. .
A full assortment of writibg and
copying fluids and inks, pens, pencils,
for sale at Houghton's.
We regret very much having to
put over till next week two communi
cations from Elyria.
The home paper is the one you can
loast afford to spare. Send in your sub
scriptions and renewal.
C. W. norr is building the finest
bain in the country, which is to be
fitted np with all modern conveniences.
For stationery, school books, and
all school supplies, go to Houghton's
drag and book store. If
Charley Clark, noisy and abusive,
Monday evrning. rot Into the lock-np.
Bill for board ar.d Kvlginx, $5.30.
. Pnpor In quarter ream ' packages
and in amxller quantities cheaper than
ever before known, at Houghton's.
Go an 1 are the new good, too num
erous to mention, at Houghton's drug
and Look store.
The communication of L. H. N.,
telling of a birth-day party, was just
too late for this paper and will appear
next week. -
In getting ready for winter, do not
forget to renew your subscription to
Sunday night the watchman on his
beat at eleven o'clock, fonnd the door
of Wooter & Adam's drug store un
locked and the key in the door.
Large globes, very useful for the
study of geography, and for learning
the location and relative position of
place, cn b had at Houghton's store.
For Sale. A fine Durham heifer
calf, five months old, of ' good size and
condition, and excellent pedigree. . In
quire at this office.
The person who took a pocket dic
tionary from J. W. Honghton's store,
may avoid exonre by returning the
same and being forgiven tha offence.
The death by diphtheria of Mrs.
nelsel, following close uon that of her
three children, adds another to the list
of remarkable examples of the fatality
of this dreadful disease.
'The Duty of Reconciliation" was
the subject of the pastor's discourse
Sunday morninj and evening, at the
M. E. Church, the topic of the morning
being the dnty of the wrong-doer, and
in the evening that of the wrons;d.
We nnderstivd Mint Mi !rklng,
the hnmnrlsr and wir, will give one of
his aide-ardittiur leel nre, on Monday
evening, November 10th, at the Town
Hall In LaGrange. Tickets have been
put at the very low price of 25 cents.
He will undoubtedly have a crowded
house, as he always draws well.
The Wellington artesian well has
ben abandon d and all the machinery
removed. The men who diverted them
selves there so loug, did not lose all
thtir time as many may suppose, the
town Council and others helping them
by money, machinery md aslstance.
The hope of finding a good snpply of
water by that process iu this ii it coun
try is pretty generally given up, while
not a few are consoling the over-san
guine with the usual, "1 told you so."
The anonymous writer of a postal
supposes a very absurd case in assuming
that we do not sympathise as much as
others can with the affliction of the Hel
sel family. Our Ideas of what is hu
mane and just and Christiac-Iike, will
probably compare favotably with those
of any person who picking up one In
advertent paragraph lets it out-weigh
every serious thought expressed in
these eolamn8. If a person going Into
a butcher's stall should chance to find
one little scrap of defective meat that
no one claimed was good, or sny sample
of the whole, and should go about cry
ing : "Sho what kind of meat this man
sells! They most be dreadful people.In
deed, who offer such, meat as this." It
would be a proceeding as senseless a. It
is evidently unfair.
Mrs. C. C. Ambler of Michigan, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. T. Davis.
Conductor Samuel Hoyt, of the Lake
Shore Railroad, was in town Saturday
night. - -
Rev. J. A. Daly has been ill for sev
eral days, his pulpit being supplied, by
Rev. M. Frye of Oberli n, Isst Sunday.
Gov. Bishop was a passenger in a car
last Thursday evening.in which a num.
ber of Wellington people were return
ing from Cleveland.
Mrs. Lucinda Avery, who has been
spending the summer in Massachusetts,
returned to Wellington, Tuesday, hav
ing had a pleasant visit -and enjoyed
Dr. and Mrs. Snodgrass of Dal ton,
and Mrs. Dr. Robinson of Medina, the
two ladies being neices of Asa Hough
ton, deceased , have been visiting their
relatives in this vicinity the past week
Mrs. Gideon Adams was seized with
symptoms of apoplexy more than a
week ago, and Is still suffering from
partial paralytls. Her daughters in the
East were sent for and reached home a
week ago to-day.
Dr. McClaren a week ago last night,
left the Cleveland Tabernacle in a heat
ed condition, no other day or eveni.ij
having brought such a crowd to the
Moody and Sankey meetings, and com
ing out in the face of the cold wind that
prevailed, he reached home chilled and
ill, and has not since left his bed, a se
rious congestion of the lungs very soon
Fruit, shade, ornamental of all vari
eties and grades. C. W. Baker of
Palncsville, O., who has been selling
and delivering stock from the nursery
01 Storrs & Harrison of that place is re
ceiving many words of commendation
for tho very excellent quality of his
trees. His customers uniformly ex
press entire satisfaction with both qual
ity and prices. lie will continue to
canvass in this vicinity all winter and
will fill orders taken, next Spring.
Reserve your orders until ho calls on
you and gives you prices. 6 -4m
New .Store. New Store.
Mrs. M. P. Klngaley hss opened a
fancy store in the lower room of her
building and keeps in stock a lull line
of zephyrs, yarns, perforated board,
mottoes, and a general assortment of
notions. Hair work, such as sw itches,
braids, curls, pulls, etc., done to older,
at reasonable prices. Statnplug aUo
done to order. -
Late News Notes.
Frauk Beard, the artist and carica
turist, will give one of his chalk talks
in Oberli n, November 11th.
The storm of Oct. 31t, was extremely
severe in Nova Scotia and on the coast
of New Brunswick, working great dam
age to shipping.
The Methodist Bishops have been in
session at Long Branch, making the
assignments of bishops to the spring
A vpark from an engine set fire to the
bridge over the Little Miania, between
Dayton and Xenia, Saturday. Loss
(4,000.' Another bridge beside it badly
Nearly 25,000 bushels of wheat were
bought by the grain merchants of
W poster week before last, prices 1.25
A correspondent of tho Medina Ga
rotte mentions a great yield of pump
kins raised by S. P. Porter of Richfield,
one of which weighed 89?4 pounds, cir
cumference 6 feet.
Peter Hull's barn near West Salem,
O,, was burned with all its contents
Oct. 31st. A spark from the engine
used in threehing started the fire,whicli
is still raging in the woods. Loss of
barn and content, $2,000.
The State Congregational Conference
at its last session adopted a plan by
which missionary meetings, under the
management of committees in each dis
trict, will be held at various points,
the oae at Wellington, Nov. l-iili.
Zachariah . Chandler a Wresting an
audience or 3000 in Chicago, Friday
night, retired at the Pncific Hotel in
usual health, and was found dead in his
bed Saturday morning. For nineteen
years he has served his state, Michigan,
in the National Senate.
The sale of the Robinson homestead
addition to Wooster, was engineered by
II. J. Raffensperger, real estate agent
of Toledo, and the sales aggregated
nearly $26,000, coming off Oct. 22J. It
was a case of judicious advertising;
thousands of copies of the local papers
containing page advertisements,besides
posters and circulars, had been useJ,
and a free ride to the estate and free
lunch, brought a crowd like that that
goes to the fair. The readiness with
which bidding was done showed a live
ly interest iu landed property and re
stored confidence in the good time com
ing. Yesterday and to-day the 'Woman's
Board of the Interior," under the au
spices of the Congregation Church, is in
session at Oberlin. These occasions are
of great interest, the best talent among
tha ladies of the denomination being
brought out in reporting progress in
the various auxiliaries, iu presenting
the claims of the work by women who
give much time and thought to getting
the information and presenting it so as to
take hold of the conscience and sympa
thies; and the presence of missionaries
is also an element of Inspiration. Del
egates from all the Western states are
Baldwin, Laundon & Co.
What to buy aud where to b-iy 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 observations
and inquiries Iu a look through the old
est dry goods bouse
in this vicinity, that of Baldwin, Laun
don A Co. -' i i' -
Beginning in the department of ladies
ready-made cloaks, we were shown
garments ranging in price from J to
those of rich and heavy material with
elegant trimmings of silk, costly fringe
and pasaeinen teiie, the medium grades
being also very desirable. In shawls
they have for winter, the heavy rever
sible, the Paisley and the soft ail-wool
blanket shawl, xlngle and double.
On the shelves are a full stock of di
agonals, and good beaver cloakings
from $1.25 upwards. In cloths and
casslmera for gentlemen's suits, they
have a large supply. We sivr excel
lent water-proof goods, ranging from
50 cts. to $1.25 a yard ; woollen blank
ets, all grades, merino underwear from
37a cts. upward ; all-wool and Shaker
flannels from 15 cis. a yard upward.
Cotton flannels from 6' to 20 cts.
Ticks and sheetings iu quantities, an 1
in tickings a specialty, at one shilling.
Sheetings a yard wide, from Sy to 9
cts. Bleached cottons, good quality,
from G to 10 cts. Shirtings at old pri
ces, striped and plaid, from 10 to 15
cts., and extra chevoiu f-om 20 to 50
cts. In table linen they have a line of
Turkey red, from 50 cts. to $1.00 a yard,
and handsome Turkish toweling, nap
kins, tidies and doylies In choice p:it
All linen crashes are offered for from
C.I4 to 20 cts. per yard; ail-linen dam
ask towels with fringe and border at 20
cts. each; and a specialty In towels
similarly finished arc C'cts. Napkin
from 75 cts. to $5.00 a tloztn. Young
house-keepers may uow get a
and others replenish their stores for a
s-im that a few years ag would not
have sufficed for a beginning. In tills
connection should be mentioned Ingrain
carpets iu qualities from 23 to 90 cts.,
and a nice line of oil cloths from 25 cts,
Among the dress goods is a largo
stock of prints of the best brsnds which
are selling at C cts., and choice cam
brics from 8 to 12), cts. ; ginghams in
color and quality, suitable for aprons
and chil Jrens wear are 8 cts., and the
dark fancy Amoskeazs. I shilling. In
cheap dress goods they have brocades,
bourettes, etc., at 0 cts., poplin alpac
cas at 1 shilling, which formerly sold
at 15 and IS cs. Arabian suiting, all-
wool, in good grey and dark neutral
tints, are 25 cts. a yard; Tycoon reps,
the figured goods sold for wrappers and
dressing gowns, is now reduced to 20
cts. They show a good stock of James
town alpaccas, and a few pieces are yet
left of the Imitation crape-inorette in
very derslrable mode colors, which
though sold at 25 cts.. looks well enough
to cost twice that. Cashmeres in fash
ionable dark tints range from 45 cts. to
the very best black gradrs at f 1.00 and
$1.25. Handsome brocades at.d other
popular dress goods, also Scotch plaids
are shown at 20 cts. and upward. Pon
gees plain, brocade aud striped; an I
at 45 cts. can be bought a new striped
dress goods cotton and silk warp, and
all-wool filling, that is very handsome,
and tite more exiens:ve Momie cloths
may be found In thi'ir stock.
Black tilks, brocades in colors. and
fancy dress silks are shown in good va
riety; aud for trimmings and comhiut.-
tion suits are silks, velvets and French
brocades; while among the fancy goods
and notions may he found fringes, pas
sementeries, gimps, buttons, ornaments
and a full cae of spool silk and twist
at greatly reduced prices. A
of ladies and childrens gloves which
fermerly sold at from two to three shil
lings a pair, will be closed ont 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, ns jackets, hoods, scarfs, leg-
gins and mittens are attractively dis
played, and a good variety of materials
for knitting Is also In the stock. The
silk and linen handkerchiefs are pretty
and cheap, the lowest priced being a
linen at 5 cts.
A full case of ribbons In all the new
styles; fancy b.ick combs from one shil
ling to half a dollar, ruchings, collars
and enffs, laces and embroidery, silk
liows and ties are among their fancy
goods. The attention of the ladies is
called to the different makes of corsets,
ranging in price from CO cents n $1.50.
In boots and shoes we will mention a
good looking article of ladies side-laced
shoes at $1.25, infunls shoes as low as
25 cents, a child's shoe at 50 cents, a
ladies' serge gutter 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 $2.00 up
ward, and men's wear from 2.50 to
We have said nothing of the grocery,
crockery and hardware departments,
but our readers will see that to attempt
to enuinetate 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 advise tho
public to go and so for themselves.
Scissors and Pen.
A man must te obstinately good to
battle successfully with his inclina
tions. Charles Dickens was the John Bna-
yan of the secular world the un priest
ly preacher to the wayside multitude,
rebuking them for their follies, vices,
and deceits little gospel of charity
and good-will to all uiaukiud. X. Y.
It is astoniehing what a capacity for
doing harm a weak or unscrupulous or
vicious person has. An unusual talent
for lying, for instance, gives its posses
sor a chance to coin nut as much posi
tive evil as can be overtaken and neii
tralized by the most industrious truth
fulness. M. U. II.
Being the authorized agent of E. B.
Mallnry, I have appointed A.L. Dewey
my agent at Wellington, to handle his
brand of oysters and will at all times
guarantee our goods. Any goods not
No. 1 nt time of receiving them, can be
returned to him, and prices at all times
as low as tho lowest.
W. C. Brace.
Cleveland, Oct. 25, ls70. C tf
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tctten
chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve
is guaranteed to give perfct satisfaction
in every case or money refunded.
Pries 25 cents per box. Frr salo by
J. W. Houghton.
I take pleasure in thankiag my ninny
friends and patrons for the very liberal
patronage extended to me since open
ing my restanrant In Wellington. I
think that I fully appreciate their kind
ness, and solicit a continuance of their
patronage and will do all iu my power
to make ray 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
branJs constantly 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 cooklns oysters in every style
desired. Parties furnished at a dis
count. Warm meals, lunch, tea or
A full line of canned goads, and mar
ket low. I want to sell them. Ke.netn
ber the place, West L'berty si reet.
A. L. DEWEY.
DOWN THEY COJIE.
We mean Bui Oysters at the Star
Btkery. We are now selling good
standard Oysters at SO cents per quart,
and cans at the same price. Some peo.
pie wonder how we can afford to cell
them so low. We inswer: First, be
cause wo buy thum In large quantities,
and thereby get them cheaper than
others. Secondly, we buy direct and
have ro agont's profit to pay, as we
arc the Western Agents of a large ami
substantial house in Baltimore. Thirdly,
because' we want to let other people
live, and not get rich too fast ourselves.
We ara trying to make it to the ad
vantage of everybody to buy their
oysters at the Star Bakery. We make
still further deductions to those wish
ing oysters for parties, suppers, socials
When ycu are In town and want a
good dinner for a small sum of money,
give ns a call. Oysters, stewed, fried,
and In any other style you may wish
them. A cup of tea or coffee, cakes,
pies, etc. J. P. EIDT.
You will And his rooms at the Star
Bakery, just north of Rininger's store
Ten cents will buy a 100 yard spool of
Belding Bros. & Co.'s sewing silk. Guaran
teed to be fall length and weight. The best
made. Try It. 5-8t
."Dr. Lindsey's Blood Searcher
cured my son of erysipelas." Mrs. E.
Saieltzer, Larimer, Pa
"Worth their weight In gold," is
v. hat "Sellers Liver Pills" are said to
be. If you don't believe it. try them.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A mar
vellous cure for Catarrh, Diphthetia,
Canker mouth, and Head Ache. With
each bottle there is an ingenious nasal
injector for the more successful treat
ment of the complaint, without extra
charge. Price 50 cts.
Another Sayings Bank gone up.
This has been said so often of late, that
people are beginning to look for safe
investments for their surplus cash.
Any man who has 25 cents to Invest
cannot do better than to buy a box of
Molt's Liver Pills, for they never fail.
Always keep them in the house,
m . a.
The coughing and wheezing of
persons troubled with bronchitis or
asthma, Is excessively harassing to
themselves and annoying to others.
Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil obviates all this
entirely, safely and upeedily, and is a
benign remedy for lameness, soreness,
injuries, piles, kidney and spinal
troubles. Important Information is
given In advertisement in another col
umn. Positive Results. There are
numerous remedies that cure sometimes
and become trusted as useful, but none
have ever proved so effectual cured so
many and such remarkable cases as
Dr. Ayer's medicines.
The Chert y Pectoral has restored
great numbers of patients who were
believed to be hopelessly affected with
Ague Cure breaks up chills and fever
quickly and surely.
Ayer's Compound Extract of Sarsa
parilla eradicates scrofula and impuri
ties of the blood, cleanses the system
and restores it to vigorous health. By
Its timely use many troublesome dis
crders that cause a decline of health
are expelled or cured.
Ayer's Pills snd their effects are too
well known everywhere to require any
commendation from us here. Scranton
ARCOLA.Fort Bend Co., Texas,)
August 27, 137. )
Wm. M. Giles, Esq.,
Dear Sir: I have been suffering for
the past four months with a. terrible at
tack of rheumatism in my back and hips.
I could not move; I thought I should
never get well, as I had used most every
known remedy. By chance I got hold
of your circulars, and thought I would
try It not having any faith in it, or
anything else but what was my aston
ishment after one application, I got in
stant relief, and now, after using it one
week I am nearly well. I have bought
one dozen bottles of it, and never in
tend to bo without it. I have also used
It with great benefit on protruding
piles. I shall try to tell all of the peo
ple in this section about your remedy,
but most of them know of it, as they
used to come to see me when I could
not move in bed. You will please to
excuse this writing, as it is my first let
ter iu four months. I hope I do not in
trude on your time, hut my dear sir, I
owe you a debt of gratitude which I
can never repay. Wishing you every
success In the introduction of your med
icine, I am, Dear sir,
J. W. Carroll.
Sold by all druggists. Send for pam
phlet. Dr. Giles,
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
Trial size 25 cents.
LeComte A Perkins Mfg. Co Limited )
Philadelphia A New York. V
67th ds Woodland Av, )
Philadelphia, Jan. 22, 1377.
Wm. M. Giles, Esq.,
Dear Sir: Your favor of Jan. 20th,
1S77, just received, and I thank you for
the Information therein. I have been
giving the mare a tonic powder In the
morning and a little salt petrc, pulvcr
izeJ in a mash, at night, and using Lin
imeut freely down her back, loins and
limbs. I procured the quart bottle
from Johnson, Holloway & Co., and am
satisfied that the trouble across the
loins and kidneys is fast disappearing.
The stifle lameness, I am pretty well
eatUfied, has been done for some time.
I shall give her the purge-ball, (which
I know how to do) and then with the
powders put her iu a good condition
meanwhile trying your Liuimenton the
stillo trouble, or in the loins and hip,
whichever it may be. To prove that
jour Liniiueut and the rest are doing
her good a week ago she vva3 "all
gone" behind; on Saturday night,while
walking her, she broke away, took a
trot up and Uowu a large lot, equal to
about a three mile trot, aud then
struck a bee-line for her old home. Her
lonucr owner w as aurpiised on Sunday
to tec how alio hud improved, and said,
"Dari.ed if 1 don't think you will get
that mure all right, and if you do,why,
I'm stuck!" Aain thanking you for
yttii- prompt rtuly, I uui respectfully
yours, tito. K. CkuxibaCK.
P. S. If the mare gets all right, you
wilt hear from me. G. K. C.
Sold by ull druggiaia'. Send tor pam
phlet. Dr. G ilbs,
120 West Broadway, X. Y.
Trltl size 25 cents.
Freo of Cost.
Tho meet wondrful remedy of the age
is now placrvl within the reach of all.
Re Lo rich or he he poor, it costs noth
ing to give this great remedy a trial
Dr. King's California Golden Com
pound for dyspepsia, sick headache, low
spirits, loss of appetite, sour stomach,
coming up of foot), yellow complexion,
general debility, inactivity and drowsl
uess, liver complaint, jaundice and bil
iousness, for which it Is a certain and
speedy cure. No person should be
without ir. in order to prove that It
will do all that wo claim for it you are
given a trial bottle free of cost, which
will convince you of Its truly wonder
ful merits, and show you what a regit
lar one dollar size bottle will do. For
i sale by J. W. Houghton.
The market is firm and demand good
We quote : buying, (naked) 1111) c;
billing, (boxe)12 12 ct ntt.
The shipments of cheese for the
week ending Nov. 4, are as follows:
No. of Boxes, 5,156; No. of pounds,
Butter for the same time as follows
No. of pkgs. 395; No. of pounds
Wellington Produce Market.
CORRECTED WIEELT BV BALDWIN, LACN-
Annies, dried. SI rh a
Oecse dressed. V lb 0O
Hit. 9 ton 8 ot)
Apple, green, bur.K-to
BWFFU, Y ID. ...... . . .
B 'An . W Kn , eji
Hams smoked. 9 lb
Hides. rrt-en. 9 lb....SKS5
Maple BuKr.V lb....HlO
Hoiato-s. bu 4"
Buckwheat, a tin ml
Chicken dreeaed, V lb. ..a
trover teeo. no....,
Calf Sklc a lb..
.a miRin. lb 1
line Skins, u5J iS .lt, A.hton. V lb s
Dnrki dressed. 9 lb lol8.lt. Common, f) bbl.. 1 4u
7te.ait.nne.tt ncx.... J
a.li 1 F.tfc I MI'.r. . UDI........
D.IIT. 9 In 143 1Kb ep Pelts. 9 lb .2541 OU
Creamer. SI lh IftlTurkpr.dreesed. V lb
Ecm, 9 doi WiTlinoihr .eed, S 00
Feathers, a lb 7u Wool, 9 lb 2533
Grain, Flour and Feed.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BT H. B. HAMLIN.
Bran, 9 ewt Ta 9 ton IS 00
Cora, .belled," bo 50
Corn In ear, 9 ba.....50
Bet White, a sseK
Best Red, 9 sack..
No. a sack
Oata. bu S3
Clorer seed. 9 bn 4 (l
Tliaoi&r seed, 9 Do... .a 35
Cora, shelled, V bo 49
Cora. In ear, ba ..... .4S
Oats, 9 bn 38
Wkeat, bn S)t 13
Clover seed. btt s 50
Graham, sj cwl
Bolted M eal, 9 est ..
Oil Meal cars.
TlmotkT seed 9 ba.,.3 00
How Ecksteine Hills A Co., Man
ufacture Their White Lead.
Messrs. Ecksteine, Hills fc Co., have
adopted tie Dutch process, wblcb, alter
hundreds ot years experience, has proved
the best. It consists in exposing- thin
sheets of metalic lead to vapors ef acetic
add for a long period. Into the bottom of
earthen pots or crocks la poured 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 sixe of a tea plate) are
placed in the pots, ten of these weighing
about ten pounds, being placed in each pot,
restlug on shoulders above, but aot in con
tact with the vinegar. Being thus prepared,
they are placed together in sncceselve layers
in stacks, about eighteen feet square. Ksch
layer is covered with boards and then
with spent taa bark, or stable litter, the
beat from which causes the vinegar to fer
ment, and this starts the process of corro
sion. Each stack usually contains from
twenty to twenty-five tons of lead in from
four thousand to Ave thousand pots. At the
end of about three months the stacks are
opened and the carbonated lead emptied In
to the separating machinery, which sepa
rates Uie corroded lead from that not cor
roded. . The 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 atones; next pumped into tanks and
allowed to settle. Alter a few days U is
placed on copper pans heated by steam, and
dried; It is then the dry white lead of com
merce. Then It la mixed with linseed oil in
proportion ef nine parts by weight of oil,
to ninety-one parts by weight of white dry
lead, and finished by grinding. By the
Dutch proceza of corroding, white lead con
tains more oxide of lead, and possessea a
greater covering p ewer or body than when
made by any other process.
For Sale in Wellington bv
J. S. WOOlalsETtT.
NO ONE DENIES
That I keep the cheapest and best Oys
ters ot all varieties; direct from Balti
more; served up 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, 2 for
5 cents, that beat all others, aud those
five centers can't be excelled All
kinds of Fruit, in fact every thing la
my line cheap for cash.
Remember the sign, Uucle Rabin-
son, Liberty street.
I have had a good year in business,
for wh'ch I thank all my customers
and will in future, as in the past, do
my best to please all who call. .
R. J. ROBINSON.
Advertisement For Bids.
Sealed proposals will berecelred at tba office of
tba Clerk of tba Board of Education of PlUsSeld.
Lorain County. Ohio, until 13 o'clock roon, on tba
33d day of KoTember, 1879, for ba.Id.ns; a School
Boose, on tbe lot la District Ko. 5, of said Town'
sblp, according to tbe specifications on Ilia In salJ
Eacb btd moat contain the name of arery person
Interested la tbe same, and be accompanied by a
sufficient cnaranty of some dUintersted person. Hut
tf tbe bid is accepted a contract will be entered Into,
and tbe performance of it properly secared.
Tbe btd for escb kind of material called for by tbe
specifications mast be stated separately, and tbe
price of each siren; and the price of labor most also
be separately Hated.
None bnt the lowest responsible bid will ba ac
cepted, and the Board may reject all bids.
By order the Board of Education, rittafleld, Lo
rain County, Ohio, Oct. 3Mb. 1878.
g-4t. C A. WEST. Clerk.
50 Tears Before the Public.
Pronounced by all to be the most
Tiaaiant and oiHcacious remedy now
in r for the cure of coughs, colds,
croup, hoarseness, tickling sensation
of the throat, whooping cough, etc.
Over a miUion bottles sold within
the last few years. It gives relief
wherever use'!, and has the power to
impart benefit thnt cannot be had
from the cough mixtures now in use.
Sold by all Druggists at 25 conts per
SELLERS' LIVER FILLS are
also highly recommended for curing
liver complaints, constipation, sick-
hcad -clics, ftver and ague, and all di
seases of the stomach and liver, bo
l.y nil Druggists at 25 cents er lox.
R. E. SeUera & Co., Pittsburg, Pa.
Townley's Toothache Anodyne
CURES IN ONE MINUTE.
Beware of Counterfeits. ss-eow-ly
Old tcrap iron at Bennett Bro's.
Foundry, for which 80 cents per hund
red will ba l aid.;
"Li A. TJGH AND GKOW FAT"
Won't do. You must eat healthy food
and drink healthy drinks. Come to
Bowlby A Hall's and buy the "Old Re
IUble" H. A M. Oysters, the best
Crackers in town and some fresh roast
ed Coffee, and if yon don't grow tat 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
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
siy, 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 & II ALL.
H. Ba 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 get rid of that bane
of the family, bad bread.
Farmers having grain should re
member that this is the place to get the
highest market price for It in cash.
They should also remember -."iat in or
der to continue to raise good crops they
must apply fertilisers to their lauds.
have been proved to be the most pow
er I ul, 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 fertiliz-r: causing
immediate and lasting fertility, and is
perfectly adapted to all crops. Call
and get circulars.
Warehouse South of Ttv.. Depot.
4in-33-tf Wellington, Ohio.
Ladies and Gentlemen are invited to call
and examine the best line of
THE TRAVELER takes the lead among
these. Attention is also called to the cele
brated Hard Coal Burner "SPLEJTDID,"
one of tbe most popular now in market.
T I IT "WARE!
Milk Pans and Milk Pails at Wholesale or
Retail, or any thing else you may want in
TIN OH AGATE
A full line of Porcelain Lined and Plain
Wood Pumps, and the various styles
of Iron Pitcher Pumps.
Are offered ou onr
Five And Ten Cent
The number and variety of useful articles
that can be purchased is really astonishing.
Call and look them over, and when you
want to buy you won't forget it.
Tin Rooting, Eavespontlng, or any kind of
repair work in
TIN, COPPER, or SHEET-
Z37 We would say that we keep first-
class Workmen. In regard to prices, we
will guarantee prices to be low as the lowest
P. T. SMITH.
A WEEK In roar own town, and
di capital risked. Ym an (Ira
the basin-u atrial without ex
Pn8. The beat opportunity crer
offered to thoe wtllluz to work.
You should try o-ithinff visa until
you tee f .r vourrelf what von em
no ac me nnnneuwe oner. iio room to explain here.
You can devote all your time or only your uparc tltns
to the business, aid make ftra4 py for every hour
that you work. Women make aa much a men. Seui
f..r ftpfcUl private term aud particular. wUisu we
mail fret. 93 Ou'tlt free. Don't complain or hsM
time wbpn you have uch a chance. Aaldre 11.
UALL..1 1 s wU. roruano. Auune. 97 -it
The 8tst of Ohio.
Lorain Co., u.,n I in tna court of Common Fleas.
Myron Bawlejr. plff, 1
airhlnst Petition for rtivn.
Emily lUwley. dfc. )
Tbe defendant. Emily Bawlejr, will take notice
that the above named plaintiff, on tbe 29!h day of
October. A. IX, 1878, A. led bis petition In cald
er.nit for a divorce. Said petition chartrcs that tbe
said Emily, In tbe year A. !.. 1877. did re prate ly
commit auilultry whb one George Davis, at Huutlmt
tun. In said county, and that sbe Is now living with
and cohabiting with the sa d Davis, la tbe State of
Michigan, In a state of andultry. Slid petition
will be for hearing at any session of said court, after
six weeks from the date hereof.
Mr BOX HAWXEV.
By J. H. Dickson, his Attorney.
October 30th, 1H79- 6-et-cbd.
Dr. Rogers' Worm Syrup.
louasi. j ai'Hiuji n oi di sua u recommended by
psyiimwHua vet norm xieaicine m use.
Uf a ajafr n scents smrru, at whieB i
llnll I s.UaaaeBaekeyePllaOiiilMisl.WarraaldS.
rdaa. Alra waa Haata, Dr. J. . Taklar, St. laata, M.
OOO A TEAR for honest. IntelMsent bnal
neaa mea or axenta. New bnftlnvee: light
awwi. Awnat vwraunra aii(
4f jaauievn, luu. ai-eiue.
Is fonnd at the warerooma of
Great ajldlMnna haea tuan mirTa f
the stock to meet the demands of the
trade. TIia rtn rnlmcA. will UnA ..
les variety of splendid lnw-pru-ed
goods as well as the costly. Tbe public
can see at their showrooms very fine
Which they oner at very Low Prices.
We are prepared to furnish evervthinir
in the Coffin and Casket line. Shrouds
of all kinds kept on hand. Having had
many years' experience in this business
we guarantee to keen in stood condition
all bodies put in our charge for any
length of time desired, without cbanz'e
Domestic Sewing Machine
The new UNDERBRAIDER. which is tbe
best and only thing of the kind ever used, is
now a part of the machine, and, with tbe
new Self-Threading Shuttle, Self-Ad justing
Needle, new Take-up, Combination Wheel
and other improvements makes it the best
Under-feed Sewing Machine made. I am
suso agent, ior me
Davis Vertical Feed
The New Home
Sewing Machines, each of which haa advan
tages peculiar to itsalf, which recommends
thera lor a variety of nses and cake them
recond to none in the market.
Parties deairintr machines will find it to
their advantage to give me a call. All ma
chines warranted. All kinds of Sewing
Machine Needles and also a fine quality of
Sewing Machine OU kept for sale.'
S. P. HASTINGS, Ag't,
Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, O'
Jan. 18th Irr.
Having fitted tip the Rooms
formally occupied by A. M.
FITCH, for the exclusive
WHOLESALE jlSD RETAIL,
I shall keep tbe best stock of Tobaccos and
Cigars in town, and can guarantee, if you
will favor me with a call, the best
CIGAR FOR FIVE CENTS
In town. Also a choice line of Chewing and
Smoking Tobaccos. .
I can't be beat tor Quality or Price.
I shall keep nothing but the best cf 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 make a business of
that, and that only,
I await your favors,
48-tf. A. I. DIMOCK.
may T9 fonniaVm
Howa.L & Co a
Kb UfcU. f
Bureau (10 Spruco
street), wnere aavtr-
bo uiauo lor
HERE! $5 in &C0SS fcr SO cis.
sasssssstBaanisi IO valsWbi amoaxy-Baakisf carets IU Kc x .
t sires ; l Marie FoamiatB Pea : S Stl Pem ; I Silver -pltrltxl
II III wsj I i a lALsa rw vtuvi a sa sy 'tea a -saw a visa. 1 1 t a ssawo A-ajvars-
pet; 12 thfsti fcM Paper ; I IM mk , thai faaar foco,
mb4 CaUBrM SMTt for flautsvc If. (Uf Mt, Mllisig
crrt.) All ynt for TiTtj Gents. Stamp, tmfcea. AUrsc,
s TTavr. Sena Ten Cents lit one cfut
Mx retail price 25 cents, anil lema
how to ina'ic SXXJU a jcar. Xo hum
bocs. Only tHosa who ma- buness nerd apply.
Oberlin, . - t ; Ohio,
Pianos and Organs Repaired.
All Work Warranted to Give
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 eutire satis
Prof. Rice, Prof. Wright,
Prof. Cady, ; Prof. Severance.
Prof. Davis. Prof. Blakeslee, .
. Prof. Sweet.
tST Orders left with J. W.' Houghton
will receive prompt attention. 37-tf
A MONTH! A8WT3 ViSKSSl
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