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Thursday, Not. 20. 1870.
J. vT, HOUGHTON, M. H. HOUGHTON,
C. C. C. & I. R.R. Time-table.
Trains Inn Wslliagton Station aa fol
lows . GOHffO SOUTH.
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DISCI PL CtnTBCH. SVrrteee rvrr Sabbath at
at. Prayer siaatla am Thanaay areatas.
HKWO A. H aa r M. hmmm triwi j.
COtrOREOaTKVNal. CHURCH. Serrlore ever
Sail aa Hi at lo-.au A. at. Bad 7:00 P. U. Sabbath
caaxl at It M. T rayer aUetlac oa Taaraaay even
Bmw J, A. iialy, paatar.
. uiTBnniir KlliinFi!. miritril Services ar-
ar Babbatfe at KfcSO A. M. aad 7:a P M. sabbatfe
SabaaU School at II M. Prayer Mentis-oaTuars-
oay ar.aukca. Jl. a Anxruruv. aawr.
Arrival aud 1 purture of aWlisila
OberCa, J Arrive Taaeeay, Tbareday and Satarday
niti easa. at a a- at. mih b a-, m.
, 1 ttrin atoeday. Wednesday end Frl
Vday at 1 P. II. Iae TB.aaay.Tnars
, eayaadaatartay ate:aoA. M.
aailslil v -nor,
f AjrrreTaeaday. Tanvsdey aad ftatar
Moaaerrbta. I . day at It A. al. lai at 1 P. M.
Publisher ' Notice.
Taa addrtaakiBaloaaaaaaaaaraBawa taa data to
w..L.a rlu " - - Mid- ahaa:
- Jerry Smith 1 Jan 79
SlnlSa lbs M r. Salt ass aatd for hie paper sratn
. Jaeaar lat. lare. Taa smell list -a corrected weekly.
By eaaalUac taa add aaa What amy sabecrlber caa
tall la aa laataat Bow hie aeoaaat etaada, end wests-
J ar aa aaa iwaalvaa arwaatr cradit aa aar hooka.
; ' -. Omrcoavta.
faatea4 t adraaclng tho price of Orer
eoata to correspond with the adaoce la
price of wooleaa, w are ad:ing rhraprr than
.. cer before. Early It the Spring we cloacd
eat a liue of beayera, warateda aad cnlnchil
aa way below the factory price, ao that we
re eelliac from 10 to CO per cent, t elow laat
year'a price. Theae price will be held antil
oar present stock Is eloaed out. Come early
aad get bargains, as we cannot leplace them
tor the same money.
Oar stock of mens and boys clothing la
complats of latest styles, elegantly ent and
' of competitors. We guarantee onr prices
to be the lowest, end warrant every garment
- to be aa represented, and eTerythinjr that
I a not satisfactory in every respect may be
returned and we will ref and the money.
Business suits, B5-00 to $15 00.
Boys suits, ttM to 17.50.
We can beat the natJrra on Hat. We
happened to be in New Tork in time to strike
n failure of a large hat and furnishios; goods
bouse, and bought Quite a stock at auction.
We will sell aa good a hat tor 50 cents as yon
Will get elsewhere tor $1; as good for 75 eta.
u yon) will get elsewhere for $1.50. ' We will
all aa mod a Gossamer Silk Bat for S3. 00 aa
you will And In any other a'.ore for 15.50 to
We have a lob lot of ladle underwear at
aboat halt price. No trouble to ahow goods.
Come and examine our stock and satisfy
yourselves We think we hare as nice a line
of doth sad suitings aa you will find in Lo
rain county, and Mletk knows Just how to
make thesa up.
A. If. TITCH. the Clothier.
. .WaataaL hraailiaa andl dairwmaa to
know that R. T. Jeaea, of Wellington, hss a
flne Jersey bull, bred by the noted importer
and breeder, W. L. Gaxdaer, Norwalk, Ohio.
, It la -tbotxHighhred and is recorded in the
'American Jersey Cattle Club Register, and
a a'-rary fine animal. Those Interested
' please call at his farm la' the north Dart of
the Tillage. . sitt
- No Deception Used.
It la atrange ao many people will continue
to suffer day after day with Dyspepsia, Lir
, er complaint. Constipation, Sour Stomach,
: Sen era! Debility, whea they caa procure at
- our store ShOok'a Tttallser, tree of cost If
It does not cure or relieve them. Price 75
cents. Sold by XTarelt dc Stair, Wellington.
Two Tears an Invalid Cured. :
- Knw BnTOXannaT, Pa., Jury 13, 18S5.
- Dm. at. M. FsnaTna, Fredooia, N. T.,
Dear Sir: About two years ago I had an
eraptioa of the (kin and swelling of my up
per lip aad both lrgs. I could not wear a
boot for aine montfca. I also had a bad
cough for a f teen years. I began the oae of
your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve
. Toaie with your Salt Rheum Ointment and
Congh Honey ia February last. I improved
ao fast that I commenced work the first of
, March. The care la complete, no trace
either of the eough, erapttoa or swelling re-
mains Tours truly,
i. X. BEYLE R.
Dr. Fanner's Blood and Liver Remedy
and Nerve Tonie may well be called
"The conquering hero" of the times. It
Is the medical triumph of the ago. Who
ever has "the bines'' should take it, for
it regulates and restores the disordered
system that gives rise to them. It al
ways cares Billioaaneas aad Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion, Headaches, Fever aad Ague, Spleen
Xnlargmenta, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pim
ples, Blotches, and all skin eruptions
and blood disorders; Swelled Limbs and
IfcofMyi fUeepIesaness, Impaired Nerves
and Nervous Debility; Restores flesh
and strength when the system is running
down or going into decline; cures Fe
male Weakness and Chronic Rheuma
tism, and relieves Chronic Bronchitis,
aad all Long and Throat difficulties.
It does theae things by striking i the
' root of disease and removing its causes.
- Da Fanner's Improved Cough Honey
will raHlvs any cough in one hour.
Dr. Fenner's Golden Relief cores any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or
headache in S to 80 minutes, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint,
diarrhoea, dysentery. For sale by Dr. S.
B. Emerson. Dr. Fenner's St. Vitus
Dance Specino. On bottle always cures.
For sale by dealers.
At wholesale by Swift dt Dedd, Detroit,
"' ' For Sale.
A desirable Haass and Lot or sale cheap,
snty to J. B. Bcldea. Sitt
Old scrap Iron at Bennett Bro's.
Foundry, for which 80 cents per hund
red will be paid.
ShUoh's Catarrh Remedy. A mar-
vellocs cure for Catarrh, Dlphtheiia,
MMIth a n J IT J . -1 UTI.V.
mmmvm wwm9 "uu USUI ACUU, II Ikil
each bottle there Is an Ingenious nasal
injector for the more successful treat
ment of the complaint, without extra
charge." 'Itlce 60 eta.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
' Poultry wanted by Ccuch A Bald
win. 8 tf
Harvey vt ill have a fresh supply of
Thanksgiving Oysters. 9-1 1
Highest market price paid for poul
try, by Couch ds Baldwin. 8-tf
A choice lot of Tobaccos at A. P.
Dimock's, at jobbers prices. 8-tf.
For lamps and fixtures, see the new
slock at J. YV. Houghton's.
Ten thousand turkeys wanted, by
Couch & Baldwin. 8tf
In getti ng ready for winter, do not
forget to reie w your subscription to
The ladles of the Congregational
Church, will hoM a Fair two weeks
previous to the Holidays.
For ststlonery, school book, and
all school supplies, go to Houghton's
drug and book store. tf
Paper in quarter ream packages
and in amalW q-i.ntit'w cheaper than
ever before known, at Houghton's.
Go and aae the new good, too num
erous t mention, at Houghton's drug
aud bowk store.
IVlie-n von are In tow a stop st A
P. Dtmock's clar and tobacco store;
he ba got something to show you. 8tf
The home p.ier I the one you can
least afford to spare. Seud in your sub
scriptions and renewal.
Go to the new Cigar and Tobacco
Store, and get some of that 60 cent
Conch & Baldwin are going to buy
all the turkeys In the country. 8tf
A full assortment of writing and
copying fluids and inks, pens, pencils,
for sale at nough ton's.
Wick-ed things which even good
people allow and enjoy lamps. Tou
can get them at noughton's.
A fine line of Thanksgiving Can
dies, at Everett A Scar's. Try them
and be convinced. 9 It,
The funeral of Mrs. Sarah If. Ben-
ham, will take place frc mTier late re!
dence at II :45 to-day. Burial In Cleve
The poem "Siicces," publithed
last week, should have been credited
to our contributor, "A.' A.",
In the Fargo,Dakota,Times of Nov,
8th, sent us by S. S. Parker, we notice
the dedication of a new Presbyterian
bouse of worrhlp, to wbich the Church
Extension Society contributed S0O.
. Union Thanksgiving services will
be held In the Congregational Church
at 11 A. 1C., Rev. J. A. Daly preach
ing the sermou. In the evening a nnion
meeting will be held at tin M. E.
Mr. E. J. Klenrr,1 traveling in the in
terests of the Penny Press, called on us
Monday. H reports a circulation for
their little dally of 15,000, and con
stantly increasing. It is a lively, wide
awake paper and baa already madn a
Mr. S. D. Bacon lias bought in
Richland county, 150 fine sheep, which
makes hW floct number 260 or moie.
F. B. Manley Is said 'to have a fine
flock less in number, but perhaps hear
ier in weight. If dog could read, we
would never dare publish such an Item
Brainard'a Musical World, besides
giving much more than its coot in new
sheet music, has the most readable
things in the way of biographies of
composers and musicians, current news
and gossip on musical matters, educa
tional hints and everything pertaining
to a first-class musical journal and re
view. Arrangements have been made to
have tbfi corner stone of the new
Court House laid, on Wednesday, Nov.
20th, at two o'clock in the afternoon,
with, appropriate, ceremoniei by the
Moat Worshipful Grand Master of the
Grand Lodge of Ohio F. & A. Masons.
This is an event in which all the clti
sens of the county are interested, and
that all may have an opportunity to
witness and participate In said ceremo
nies, the citizens of Lorain county
generally, and all civic societies, arc
invited to be present on that day.
In order to get it In this week's
paper, we are obliged to give only the
brief facts of a communication telling
of a family reunion planned to surprise
Mr. Wm. Langdon of Penfleld, on his
60th - birthday, Saturday, Nor. 15th.
Over 40 relatives and friends were pres
ent, including two brothers from Lima
and Van Wert, with their families, and
friend from LaGrange and Wellington.
Some of them had not met for nearly
20 year. A large easy chair was
among the nice presents given Mr.
Langdon. The wife and daughter had
provided besides a bountiful dinner
which was highly appreciated by tbelr
guests, who united in wishing their
host many happy returns.
Hoc. James Monroe and wife and
daughter, will leave Oberlin for Wash
ington, November 26th.
Frank Daugherty has been appointed
night operator in the telegraph office
at Berea Station, on the C. C. C. I.
Mrs. T. H. Hand, mother of Mrs. W.
H. Fisher, slipped on the sidewalk last
Thursday morning, dislocating her
wrbt and breaking one of the bones.
Mrs. Benham, for a long time in fail
ing health, was ao weak and low Sun
day morning that her absent daughters
were telegraphed for and came borne.
She died Tuesday evening at half past
S. S. Parker reached home from Da
kota, Monday morning, and after a con
tinuous ride of over 1100 miles, pro
nounced himself as quite fresh aud vig
orous. He Intends to return In the
M. Amanda Smith, the colored
singer anJ evangelist, has gone to In
dia with Miss Drake, a returning mis
sionary, who together will make Bom.
bay a center of evangelistic work, both
being very successful in the pulpit as
well aa out ot Ic
N. G, Hoyt, who at one time owned
the place where D. T. Bush now lives,
and later other property In Wellington,
died suddenly last Saturday at his home
East Ave., Elyria. He was the father
of Mrs. James PenfielJ of this village
and three of his sons are conductors on
the L. S. fc M. S. R. R. 'ills sge was
70 years, and bis death was caused by
congestion of the lungs.
Wm. Bsrnard writes from Wichita,
Ka., encloses his subscription to tha
Estzhpbisk, and congratulates us on
the election of Foster and llorr, adding
that his county elected Republicans
only, and the "all well" answers inqul
r'es as to the health of his family.
Sarah C. Woolsey, well known as
"Susan Coolidge,' and not so well
known with H. II., Helen Hunt, as
jointly the authors of the Saxe Holm
Stories, is coming out in a new book,
for the first time having her own name
on the title page. It Is a revised edition
of Mrs. Delaney's "Autobiography."
Dr. McClaran, who has been very
sick for the last three week?, Is still
confined to the house and bed, but at
this writing there seems to be some
abatement In the violence of his symp
toms and an improvement looking to
wards final recovery. We, together
with an anxious public, hope soon to
see htm on the street and able to re
sume his extensive practice.
: Missionary Convention.
Thnsday last there wis held in the
Congregational Church of Wellington,
a meeting designed to explain, Inform,
and urge upon the attention of the
church, the various missionary enter
prises of their denomination. . The
very muddy roads prevented so large
an attendance from other towns as had
bee a anticipated ; but the occasion was
an interesting one. Kcv. Dr. Woicott,
of Cleveland, Pres. Fuircliild.of Ober
lin, Rev. Dr. Brown, of New Turk,
Mr. Gee Gam, a converted Chinaman
laboring among his people In San Fran
cisco, Rev. R. B. Howard, associate
editor of the Advauce of Chicago,
Rer. D. Z. Sheffield, returned mission
ary from Chins, aud Rev. Powell, who
spoke In behalf of the Freednaea, were
the speakers from abroad.
Dr. Wolcott's theme was tbe Home
Mission Work. Dr. Brown represented
the Church Extension, deploring the
apathy of the church, and 'bowing
what had been arcoinpliglied where the
work of the Congregational Union had
been taken up. 10S0 churches had re
ceived aid from the Union. $43,000
had been i ec;tved back into the treas
ury through the system of security on
churches they hail aided lit establish
ing. It is in reality a great loan fund
for pushing the out-posts of Zion on
the frontier; and Church extension by
similar methods Is considered one of
the most fruitful enterprises among all
Christian denominations; the Metho
dist Episcopal especially having aid.d
in building a very large number cf
churches in the West and South.
President Fairchlld spoke in behalf
of the Oberlin Theological Seminary.
The missionary from China exhibited
tablets and Idols illustrating the ances
tral worship of the Chinese, and his
narration of the drouth, famine aud
pestilence of '77, anl the efforts of
Christians to aij the starving millions
made it seem indeed a vivid reality.
Mr. Gee Gam's account of his conver
sion and Christian experience was lis
tened to with close attention. His ap
pearance In his native costume at
tracted considerable notice upon our
streets. He was the guest of S. K.
Laundon over night. Such a company
of speakers, prepared to give so much
Information interesting to Christians,
should have had a larger crowd to hear
The day was bright, stores and shops
crowded, business men hurried with
demands of the public, and a funeral
In the afternoon, altogether prevented
many who expected to attend.
Eye, Ear and Deformities.
One or more of the Surgeons of the
Central Surgical Infirmary, of Indian
apolis, Ind., will visit personally,
Wellington, at the American House,
Monday, December 10th, and Oberlin,
Thursday, Nov. 27th. All afflicted
with any disease of tho eye or ear.
catarrh, cross eyes, club foot, spinal
curvature, piles or chronic diseases,
etc., can consult them free of charge.
Artificial eyes inserted. Remember
tho dates. 9 2t
v Late News Notes.
Roes H. Powers, who unconsciously
walked off the viaduct and full through
the draw, falling seventy feet and
drowning, was a sober. Industrious
New London eitizen, who with Henry
Saxton had gone to Cleveland and so-
cured positions on a construction train.
It was a very singular coincidence that
both young men should come to a vio
lent death within a few hours cf each
other. A number of Wellington peo
ple went Sunday afturnoon to New
London to the funeral of Saxton, who
was run over and instantly killed on
the trsck, both legs being severed from
A railroad is lo be built from Beaver,
Pa., to Chicago Junction, in this State,
through Wooster, wbich will complete
the Hue from Baltimore and Chicago.
The chair factory at Bedford burned
Thursday night last. Loss $20,000, and
A fond mother at Marietta, O., after
drawing a (1150 pension at the bank,
bought her little boy a toy pistol, nr.il
was rewarded by being shot dead with
it withiu an hour.
The Derby Daily Telegraph is the
name of the first daily paper in Eng
land started by a woman. Mrs. K. M.
Pike is Its publisher.
A cone-shaped cloud swept down up
on a farm in New Lymo, O., Friday
evening and destroyed 1 housa, barn,
ont-bulldingi and contents, without
killing any body.
The schooner Breed, loaded with
wheat, capsized and foundered on Lake
Erie last week, the crew, except one
man, being lost.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
In Wellington P. O., for the week end
ing Nov, 15, 1S79 :
Mrs. Sarah Clifford, Hiram N. Smith,
Rev. Geo. W. Moore.
J. T. Ogdsit, P. M.
When calling tir the abovo please
say "Advertised." . 1 -v
If you want lo get rid of pimples
bolls, tetter, etc,, use "Llndsey's Blood
Searcher." Sold by all druggists.
The secret of long life is to keep
the liver perfectly healthy which is
best accomplished by using ouly "Sel
lers' Liver Pills."
Bad Blood. A serious emeute oc
curred on John street last night, be
tween two horny handed sons of toil,
which resulted in a broken arm for
Smith and a cracked rib for Jackson
For bad blood there is nothing equal to
ScoviU's Blood and Liver Syrup, which
drives out all impurities like majic.
Dollars, which might otherwise be
thrown away by resorting to ineffectu
al medicines, are saved by purchasing
tlmt inexpensive specific fot bodily pain
and remedy for affections of the throat,
lung, stomach, liver and bowels,
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which does not
deteriorate, and is thorough and pure
Public attention is called to advertise
ment in another column.
Probably no one preparation has
received so much praise from its pal
rons, nor is so deserving of commenda
tion as Hall's Hair Renewert We but
echo the voico ot the millions who have
used it when we pronounce it the best
hair dressing in the world. It stands
unrivalled. Those who are affected
with disease ot the scalp accompanied
with itching or irritation, 'find relief
and renewal In this Invaluable remedy..
ft hen tho hair Is inclined to fall off, a
moderate use of the Renewer will
strenghten the roots of the hair and
preserves It, and If It exhibits a tend
ency to turn grav it will restore the
natural color. Fulton (Mo.) Telegraph
The Best I Ever Knew of.
J. G. Starkey, a prominent and influ
ential citizen of Iowa City, says, "I
have had the dispepsia and liver com
plaint for several years, and have used
every remedy I could hear of, without
any relief whatever, until I saw your
Shiioh's Vitalizer advertised in our pa
per, and was persuaded to try it. I am
happy to state that it has entirely cured
me. It is certalbly the be:t remedy I
ever knew of." Price 75 cents. Sold
by Everett & Starr.
A Mother's Grief.
The pride of a mother, and Joy of a
home, are her children, hence her
grief when sickness enters and takes
them away. Take warning then, that
you are running a terrible risk, if they
have a cougb, croup or whooping
cough, which lead to consumption, If
yon do not attend to it at once. Shi
ioh's Consumption Cure is guaranteed
to cure them. Price 10 cents, CO cents
and $1.00. For lame back, side or
chest, use Shiioh's Porous Plaster.
Price 25 els. Sold by Everett fc Starr.
A Surprised Physician.
A dying patitnt recovers through the
interposition of a humble German.
Some weeis ago Dr. G , a very re
putable and widely-known pbysiciau
living on C street, was called to at
tend a very complicated caso of Rheu
matism. Upon arriving at the house
he found a man about forty years of
age, lying in a prostrated anl serious
condition, with bis whole frame dan
gerously affected with the palnfel dis
ease. He prescribed for thn patient.
but the man continued to grow worse,
and on Sunday evening lie was found
to be in a very alarming condition. The
knees and elbows and larger joints were
greatly inflamsd, and could not le
moved. It was only with extreme dif
ficulty that the patient could be turned
in bed, with the aid of three or four per
sons. The v) eight of the cloihiug was
so oppressive that means Lad to be
adopted to keep it from the patient's
The doctor saw that his assistance
would be of no avail, and left the house,
the members of the family following
him to the door, weeping. At this crit
ical hour, a neighbor, a poor and hum
ble German shoemaker.appeared to the
grief-smitten onea as a saving angel.
He had heard of the despair of the fam
ily, and now asked them to try his
remedy, and accordingly brought forth
a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil. As a drown
ing man will catch at straws, so the
poor wife applied this remedy; she had
no hope, but, would try anything, aa a
matter of duly. The first application
eased the patient very much ; after a
few hours they used it again, and, won
der of wonders, tho pain vanished en
tirely! Every subsequent application
improved the sufferer, and in two days
lie was well aud out. When the doctor
called a few days after, he was indeeed
surprised, for, instead of a corpse, he
louiiu a new-iuaue man. Exchange.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, sa!t rheum, tetter,
chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all Linda of skin eruptions. This saive
is guaranteed to give perfct satisfaction
In everv case or inoncv rt-rnn.h-.l
Prica 25 cents ier box. Fur sale bv
Being the authorized agent of E. B.
Mallory, I have appointed A. L. Dewey
my ageut at Wellington, to handle his
braud of oysters and will at all times
guarantee our goods. Any goods not
No. 1 at time of receiving them, can be
returned to him, aud prices at all times
as low as the lowest.
W. C. Bback.
Cleveland, Oct. 23, la 79. C tf
Tetter Than Gold.
Ti c grand cliiunx ofxnccess is at last
iclil. -.!. The i-xr rej-ice, the sick
r'-" ami walk, the rich ha.-k In the
l.l-n sun 'hum of perfect health. Tli9
liy.!i-:il mi-erliM of the liiiiiiin frame
ice-l nn linger lie en-lured. Dr. King's
Cnlifuruiii Go-Men Compound for Py-j-iv
p-la. CViiolipnti'in, S ck Headnche,
Coming up i-f Fo hi, J itind'c?, Lives
'7ni)iil.tliir, Bilii'tMni-ss. G-'nerxl Dobill-
v, Provrslifs- ami Ltv Spirits. Thl-
'onderfiil n-medy will iKwitivclv cure.
ind thxt a-here every remedy Iris failed.
To prove that this wonderful remedy
will do aii we claim for ll you aro pre
sented with a trial bottlo free of cost,
by which you will readily perceive its
wonderful curative qmli.ies, and wbich
will Bhow you what a regular one doU
lir size battle will do. For sale by J.
JUST FOUND. OUT
That the place to buy Good Oysters
is at the Star Bakery. We are selling
more Oysters than ever, and on Friday
and Saturday of this week we will
have a frcsli lot on hand; especially
for Saturday's trade, and if you want
them to eat on Sunday they will be in
Nex( week Thursday will be Thanks
giving, and for that occasion we will
have on hand some 20 or 30 gallons,
fresh and nice. Remember that our
brands are solid meats.
Oysters and lunch served at my
rooms every day. No pains will be
spared to please ail who come.
My canned goods were bought when
prices were very low, and I will sell
them the same. J. P. EIDT.
Rooms j ut t North of Rluinger's store.
To say that we sell Oysters cheaper
than every body else, and that we buy
them less than our neighbors, is quite a
thin soup. It is very suggestive of wa
We simply buy at as low prices as we
can, from tbe old reliable packer, J. a
Maltby, of Baltimore, whose oysters
have been sold In this market for over
twenty-five years every body knows
tbelr quality and we sell them at their
We are not the fellow that is always
promising to sell goods at less price
than all others. But we are tho fellow
-that gives away candy during the Holi
days tience, from ine aim aav oi
Dec. 1879. to tbe 2nd day or Jan. 133U,
to everybody that buys a pound of tea
or a dollar s worth of collee of us, we
will give a half pound of pure mixed
candy; and the tea will be as good for
tbe money as can be bought in town,
and those who have used our coffee say
it is better.
We can accommodate buckwheat
flapjack eaters with the genuine Tork
Our Crockery and Glassware stock is
more complete than ever before, and,
we think, the best in town.
Come in and buy cheese, crackers.
hominy, dried sweet corner ice, molasses,
syrup, soap, ttarcn, bluing, sugar,
vinegar, bird seed, hanging baskets,
flower pots, washboards, tubs, pop corn,
pails, crocks, jugs, nuts, lamps, candy,
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) r ban zing lamps are all new, bright
and n beautiful. Our specialty is to sell
better coffee than any body else, at
wbt It is worth.
Choice table butter and fresh eggs
BOWLBY & II ALL.
Fruit, shade, ornamental of all vari
eties and grades. C. W. Baker of
Paincsvilla, O., who has been selling
and delivering stock from the nursery
ot Storrs & 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 -4m
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Box 2787, New Tork City.
Cut Out This Adcrt'-semcnt.
The market remains as last week
with a good demand at present prices
We quote: buying, (naked) 10llc
billing, (boxec)ll 13 cents.
The shipments of cheese for the
week ending Nov. IS, are as follows
No. of Boxes, 2 986 ; No. of pounds
Butter for tbe same time as follows
Xo. of pkgs. 342; No. of pounds
Welliugrton Produce Market.
CORRECTKD WEEKLY BY BALDWIN, I.iON
ADDlea. dried. lb S
Ooeae Orened. lb no
Hit. ton 8 oo
Applea, sreen. ) bo3UMO
Beettwax, lb z
IleaiM. bu 1 s
Hama smoked. a lb...
Uldea.art-en. V lb SV(5
Maple Suenr, lb HwlO
isackwbeal. V no 7U
Chlck.n. dreaied, W lb...H
ClOTer teed. bu. ...... ..4 TTi
Calf Bkl.ia. P lb 71
Potato -a. bu J
IKUL V ID
Salt.flDe.ai .... .2 oo
Ieae.B 8klaa, &o
Duck, dmaed. V lb 1U
Salt. Abton. 9 lb a
SaluC -mmou. bbl.. 1 4o
Dalrr. lb Ma
Salt, So: ar. s bbl 2 00
Sb-ep Pelta, lb .2581 oo
Tlmoihf aeed, 3 00
Wool. 9 lb 2335
Creamery, W lb 13
Erra, V dot in,
Peatbera, lb 7U
Grain, Flour and Feed.
CORRECTED WKBKLT BY H. B. HAMLIX.
Bran, cwtso. V ton 15 00
uoru. sneiien, v uu
Corn In ear, bu SO
Oat, bu 0
Cloreraeed. bo S 50
Tlrauthj aeed, bu...2 60
Boat White. lack
Best Red, sack...
Ka. a. sack
Orahan. a cwt.......
Bolted Meal. 9 cwt ...
Cora, fhellcdjl btu.45
Corn. In ear, ana 43
Data, bu 35
Waeat, bu 01 10
Clover seed. a bo SIM
Tlmolbr seed ft bu...3 50
Shorta. S cwt ..
annua, w cwt
OU Steal cwt.
How Eckstoine Hills & Co., Man
ufacture Their White Lead.
Messrs. Bcksteine, Hills & Co., have
adopted the Dutch process, which, after
hundreds of yeara experience, has proved
the best. It consists In exposing thin
sheets of metalic lead to vapors at acetic
add for a long period. Into the bottom of
earthen pots or crocks is poured wesk 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 size of a tea piste) are
placed in the pots, ten of these weighing
about ten pounds, being placed in each pot,
resting on shoulders above, but not in con
tact with the vinegar. Being thus prepared,
they are placed together In successive layers
In stacks, about eighteen feet square. Each
layer is covered with boards and then
with spent tsn bsrk, or stable litter, the
heat from which causes the vinegar to fer
ment, and this starts the process of corro
sion. Each stack usually contains from
twenty to twenty-Are tons of lead in from
four thousand to five 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
ratee the corroded lead from that not cor
roded. The carbonate is then deposited by
elevstors 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 to settle. After a few days II Is
placed on copper pans heated by steam, and
dried; It la then tbe dry white lead of com
merce. Tbea it Is mixed aith linseed oil in
proportion of nine parts by weight of oil,
to ninety-one parts by weight of white dry
lead, and finished by grinding. By the
Dutch process of corroding, white lead con
tains more oxide of lead, and possesses a
greater covering pewer or body than when
made by any other process.
For Sale in Wellington bv
J. S. WOOLLSY.
NO ONE DENIE3
That I keep the cheapest and best Oys
ters ot all varieties; direct from Balti
more; served up in every style in thy
newly fitted up rooms at iny old stand,
where I have kept for the last fifteen
years, a full line of Groceries, Tobacco
and Cigars. Tea, those cigars, 2 for
5 cents, that beat all others, and those
five centers can't be excelled AH
kinds of Fruit, in fact every thing in
my liue cheap for cash.
Remember tbe sign, Uucle Kjbiu
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 post, do
my best lo please all who call.
It. J. ROBIXSOX.
Kollce Is hereby given tbat the undersigned nss
been duly appointed and qualified Executor of tbe
laat will and testament of Erastus Knapp, deceased,
late of Rochester, Lorala County, Ohio.
DANIEL S. POJTD.
November 5th. 1879. 8- St,
Notice of Sale.
Tha Board of Education of tbe Incorporated vil
lage of Wclllnston, will sell at public auction, on
Btturdar. See. 10th, 1879, tbe South Primary
school building, and lot six rods by ten. Lot aad
but kilns to be sold st-perately. Tbe Board reserve
the right to one bid oa each. Sale to commence at
lo A. M.. on tbe premises to be sold.
Tims wlU be given oa part of purchace price. Six
par cent Interest oa deferred payments.
8 4t By OaiiEB BOARO OF EDUCATION.
w -j O - w H
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frn g g H g
CTQ 2 2 2 o w a
IT1 5 Si
B S 1
XL S. Hamlin,
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN,
lias 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 tnat Dane
or the family, bad Dread.
Farmers bavins; grain should re
member that this is tbe place to get the
ingnesc maraec price lor ic in oasn
They should also remember .fiat In or
der to continue to raise good crops they
must apply fertilisers to their lands.
have been proved to be the most pow
eriul, best and cheapest fertilizer in the
market. Hade by experienced and re
liable manufacturers, prepared as
plant food by the best known process.
it is the standard fertilizer; causing
immediate and lasting lertliity, and is
perfectly adapted to all crops. Call
and get circulars.
Warehouse South of Ry., Depot,
4In33-tr iVelliugton, 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 "SPLENDID,"
one of the most popular now in market.
Milk Pans and Milk Palls 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 tbe Various styles
of iron Pitcher PumDS.
Are offered ou onr
Fire Aud 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 yon won't forget It.
Tin Rooting, Eavespoutlng, or any kind of
repair work in .
TIN, COPPER, or SHEET-
tW We would say that we keep first-
class Workmen. In reesrd to prices, we
will guarantee prices to be low as the lowest
46-tf F. T. SMITH.
i can give
tiling to work.
voti see f.-r vanraelf what von c.a
op at me nnsiness we oner, ao room to explain nere.
l ou can uevote an voar time or oniy your spare time
to tbe business, and make mea& oav for everv hour
that tou work. Women make as much as men. bend
for sp.-clal private terms and particulars, which we
man tree, so uumt tree, iron i cimjiain oi nam
times vara you nsve sncn a e nance, jtaaress M.
UAU.KTT CO.. Portland. Maine. 37 -ly
Tbe State of Ohio,
Laraiu i-o., u.a s a. la tne imrt or common rieas.
Myron Ha wiry, put,
Emily Hawley. dXt. )
PeUtlon for Dlvo. c
The defendant, Emily Hawley, will take notice
that the above named plaintiff, oa tne 39th day of
October. A. P., 1879, Sled his petition In said
e art for a divorce. Said pettUoa rhanrea that tha
said Bmlly. la the year A, D.. 1877, did repeats ly
commit snduttry with one George Dvia, at Hontlns
toa. la said county, and thit she la bow living with
and cohabiting with the aa d Davis, In tbe State of
Michigan, in a stile of andultry. S.ld petition
will be for bearing at any session of said conn, after
atx weeks from the date hereof.
MTROX B iWLEV,
By J. H. Dickson, bis Attorney.
October SXh, 1878. e-et-cbd.
50 Years Before the Public.
Pronounced by all to be the nost
Plenant and efficacious reuuy now
in Hoc, for the cure of coughs, colds,
croup, hoarseness, tickling sensation
of tlie throat, whooping cough, etc.
Over a million bottles sold within
the last few years. It gives reliei
wherever used, and Las the power to
impart benefit that cannot he had
frotu the cough mixtures now In use.
Sold by nil Druggists at 25 cents per
boltle. . ,
SSLLEES' L1VEB PILLS re
alto highly recommended for curing
liver complaints, constipation, sick
hrad 'dies, fever and ague, and all ili
?r:i$c of tho toniiich and liver. So!
Iy all Druggists at 25 cents cr lox.
li. E. Sellers St Co., Pittsburg, Pa.
Townley's Toothache -lnolyne
CURES IN OXS MIXCTE.
Bewara of Counterfeits. 0 eow-iy
fT f f A WEEK In yonr own
Vsa. BJ. tbe busl.i.ss a trial
-Wa I II I pense. The beat op
a!ll I II uttered w those wi
VI I J 1 Pi W You should trr not ti
Is fonnd at the warerooms of
Great additions have been made to
tbe stock to meet the demands of the
trade. The purchaser will find a match
leas variety of splendid low-priced
goods as well as the costly. The public
can see at their showrooms very fine
Which they offer at very Low Prices.
Undertaking - Department
We are prepared to furnish everything
in the Coffin and Casket line. - Shrouds
of all kinds kept on hand. Having had
many yeara' experience in this business
we guarantee to keen In stood condition
all bodies put in our charjre for any
length of time desired, without change
Domestic Sewing Machixe
The new TJNDERBR AIDER, which is the
best and only thing of the kind ever used, is
now a parr or tne machine, ana, with the
new Self-Threading Shuttle, Self-Adjostlnar
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 has advan
tages peculiar to itself, which recommends
them lor a varirty of naes and luake them
recond to none in the market.
Paities desiring machines will find it to
their advantage to give me a call. ' All ma
chines warranted. All kinds ol Sewing
Machine Needles and also a fine quality of
Sewing Machine Oil kept for sale..
S. P. HASTINGS, Ag't,
Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, O
Jan. 16th lyr. 1
J. "W- "WillDur
A Large Stock Of
Before The Recent
Advance ia Prices.
BUYING YOUR STOVES
AS - Y
He Intends to Sell at Greatly
FROM PRESENT PRICES.
, RQmanljer that a Dol
ar saved is better than a Dol
ar made. '
-...-.riO. i r .-s t.v
av a a a year. 8enITen Cents In one cent
Jr. a P.li Bstaaipalr a fine Silver Plated Thlm
la'JUV retail pi Ire il centa, and k-arn
li w fo make KVO a vear. No bum-
bags. .Only those who who hnslmcs nerd apply.
( : , . i i ... V-. a. auaaMI., mutual, jra.
PRANK H. CHTJECEILL,
Pianos and Organs Repaired.
AU Work Warranted to Give
a T : .
This ia to certify that we. the under-
limed, have employed. Mr. P. Chur
chill as a Tuner and Repairer, and that
the work for us up.8 gtvea eutire, satis
Prof. Rice, Prof. Wright,
rrof. Cady, Prof. Severance.
Prof. Davis, ' Prof. Blakcslce,
tST Orders loft vriili J. W. Houghton
will receive prompt attention. 3-tf
A MONTH! itJEtTS Wi.TZE!
Jllrt Hill'ai -t si ,111
sis, AdJiT BRONSOH, Stoat, aus