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Tnunday, Jan. 1. 1880.
i. HOUGHTON, M. H. HOUGHTON,
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C. C. C&I.B. B. Time-table.
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fcMMUIL Prayer MeUTBiaeyTn
no. J. A, Kaly. aaeter.
MSTHODIST KPI-!OrAL CWTBCa: -frrrfcter-ery
SebkataaiMKSOA. M. eadT:ool. Sabbath
. Beettta Boaaol at II af. Prayer M retina om Taara-
av. aw aimiiH, auii.
Arrival and Ieprtnreof Mails.
Antra Vanity. Tawradar sataraay
at to A- hi- Inn at
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!ArrlT Monday, Wahjli; end Fri
day ttir.X lara Tfady.Thr
day eadkaCaraey eta:SO A. M.
Waal Balae. )
Arrrre Taeaday . Tawrtday aad Batar-
aJ HHA.a.' aiaaTW max.
Ta addtm label am eeea paper ebowt tea data to
waath aba aabaarlbar baa paid. le:
Jerry Smith 1 Jin 79
1taatbatbfr. Satltk baa aaM for bla safer ntfl
iaaaari IK. ism Tba atall net ia aoi reeled weekly.
reaaiaJUa the edd eaa label awry eabecrlber can
tall lb aa taatabl how bla aacoant etanda. aad wbaw
r ha baa reeelrad afwrar credit oa aax beak.
O, Bat, hare jou seen those nice Bilk
Handkerchiefs .foe CitrUtmea presents, at
Those Scarfs ntahe oraameatal as well
as utftl Car la I mat uotiti. Ton cab get
am st TlleVe.
TOUSD. The beat Gloves sad Mittens
fc tbe roney, rt Fitch's.
L03T. The lady or gentleman tbst lost
a aatcheL can est one at about bait tba
aAoal price, si Tlteb's.
Last Bummer Tltch bongbt sa i na
si en ae stoak of underdothln. Bioce ;thea
thesdTancs has beeaOTcr 15 per cant., but
bis easterners cat the benefit. Hs sells at
tbe old price.
Wool and woolen gooda have cone np
erer S per cent, withia tba List three
months. ' Fitch boughthls stock early, be
fore any advance, aad Balls at the old price.
Ha says, "next year look oat, for food
eaa't be boajcht of maoafactarera aa low as
lam aelBair." -
A. af. FITCH, the Clothier.
No Deeeptiou Usetl
It la strsjgrs so msny people will continue
to safer day alter day with Dyspepsia, Liv
er complaint, ConatlpatioB, Bour Stomach,
General Debility, when they can procure at
ar atore Bhlloh'a Vltaliser, free of cost If
it does aet care or retWTe them. Price 75
jeata. Sold by Krerett k BUrr, WeUlngtoa.
- DBTBorr. Mleh., Jan. an, 1S7S.
Da. X. 1C. TajTaaa, Fredonia, N. T.,
Detr Bit: rieaae a-ad me one bottle of
year Bloed aad Liver Remedy and Nerre
ToaM, sad foar bottles ot your Improved
Coach Uonay. I And tbem the beat reme
dies I have ever tried. Nothing helped our
chUdrea waea they were recovering from
whooplac eoarh ss your Cough Honey, and
r aarf aa for eolsa it certainly cure them very
quickly. We eaa sot do without your ex
call eat ramediea la our family, as they al
ar vs help as whea we are la pain. Enclosed
sad fS. Tours truly,
MM. JOHN LTJTHAX.
Dr. Taaaer'a Blood and Liver Remedy
-' ud Nerve Tonic may well be called
"The eoBqwcring hero' of the times. It
is the medical triumph of the age. Who
ever has 'the blues'5 should take it, for
it regulates and restores tbe disordered
system, that gives rise to them. It al
ways cures BiUiousnest and Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen
jUaxrmeata, Bcrofnle. .Erysipelas, rim
plea, Blotch ea, aad all akin eruptions
and blood disorders; Swelled Limbs and
Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves
ana nervous ueDUity: lies lores nesn
and strength whearthe system ia running
down or going into decline; cures Fe
male Weakness and Chronic Rheuma
tism, and relieves Chronic Bronchi tin,
and all Lung and Throat difficulties.
It doea these things by' striking at the
root of disease and removing its ceases
m rw. .n, i. .
Dr. fenner'a Golden Relief cores ay
aa tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic 6r
.headache in S to 80 minutes, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint,
diarrhma, dysentery. For sale by Dr. S.
B. Emerson. Dr. Fenner'e St. Vitus
Dance Specific. One bottle always cues.
For sale by dealers.
At wnoieeaie by swift ot LHdd, Detroit,
Beport of tbe Condition
V V 1 ' ' " ' OF THE "
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
' At WelttarMa. in the State of Ohio, at tba eioae
af HailaiiiTPac IX urn:
... 100,794 7S
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aa frwa Scaca Baakaaad Dankera..
Kaal eatata, faimttai and Sjnaraa, .
Currant exptuaaa aae taxot paid, ...
.... 10.5MI IB
.... -n an
'IU0 of oUmt baaka,.
rat Carrencr. ( laclodln nlckleal.
Specie, (laoadlas SOM Trsatury carUS-
. Atadaaptloa faad with U. S.
, i Total....
tauoaai nana jotaaonminnina. ........
en, 434 ss
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Total. S3SS.44S SS
Btata of Ohio, Coast t of Loral, na.
- f BL A. Worr. Caabler of tbe above named bank.
So in I am air awoar that tho abort at-tcmont la troo to
aba boat of my kaowMdgo aad belief.
S. A. BOBS. Caabler.
SabKribsd Sa4 swore to before me tbit ana aay of
vac UTS. . J. M. Diu&sua. .Notary raono
B. a. WABKER. 1
d. l,auuuji , mreciora.
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J. M. OTTER BACKER
Is enatomara aad the pa bile seaerany
HAPPT NEW YEAR I
A look throe hie etore win eoaHaee ear readers
that ha has sot a alee variety cf (ooda. Ja all
stock may no fonad Buffalo Room. Lap Kobe a.
Kaaketa. wasps. Naitais, atcich BeUa. ace A nw
lot of Tramka aad Sairbeia. apleadtd attorfant m
low artaaa. Hb) trade baa Barer beea beuer. tho
bag that She pob lc appreciate the sraat baraalat he
IsSsTaTiaB. BaadsaarteraiorBarntaa. saddloa, etc.
I ataa aa4 PHnoaaia, .
U. a. Boaoa to aeeara irenlartoa.
fj. SB no ataa baad.
Pao from aaorovoo. laaai it aacal
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
"Spy of Atlanta" to-morrow n ight.
Don't fail to see the "Spy of At
lanta" to-morrow night.
The schools of the village will be
gin tbe winter term next Monday.
' 'e present our compliments to our
readers and wish them a happy New
Our Elyria letter was mislaid last
week, and was not found till too late
for that Issue.
Go to the new Cigar and Tobacco
Store, and get some of that SO cent
II. B. Hamlin desires all who are
Indebted to him on account to call and
A choice lot of Tobaccos at A. P
Dimock's, at jobbers' prices. 8-tf.
Don't fail to hear Fete's love-loiter
from. a Wellington girl, at Rtnlnger's
Hall to-morrow (Friday) evening.
When yon are In town stop st A.
P. Dimock's cigar and tobacco store;
he has got something to show you. 8tf
Dim. On Sunday, Dec. 28th, '7,
Mrs. Clarissa Humphrey, wife of Rev
niram Humphrey; aged 70 years.
Ladies' CloaVs and Circles, latest
ttle. cheap. $3.00 and upwards at
Was. RIninger's. 12-4 w
Tbeie was a change In the ther
mometer from Saturday morning to
Sunday noon, of 54 degrees.
The Senior class in the High
School made Mr. Kinnlson a visit by
invitation, spending Tuesday evening
J. H.Dickson has requested the C. L.
S. Circle to meet st his house on FriJay
Jan. 2nd. Lesson. Roman History Chap
ters 40 and 46 secluslve.
As the night watch was making
hia rounds lu rear of the business
blocks he found the back door of Lang
& Pelrce's store unlocked.
A traveller suggests that onr town
council might realize something on
their investment if they would take np
the town well in the Park and dispose
of It among the farmers for post holes.
Mabkixd. On Christmas afternoon,
at the home of the bride's mother in
Spencer, Ohio, by Rev. J. Frank Smith
of Huntington. Mr. C. n. Sweet to
Hiss Cora Beatrice Bowersock.
H. B Hamlin has adopted the ready
pay system In his business, to take ef
fect from this date. We recommend
his prudence and wisdom and wish it
might be the rule among business men.
Remember that all the leading dal
lies may be found regularly at Hough
ton's store. New York, Cincinnati
and Cleveland papers and magazines at
elnb prices. Tribune subscribers should
About 4 o'clock Sundsy morning
the men that have been boring the well
In the park drove into town, picked np
their machinery, disposing of their
spring-pole and derrick and left In
The Misses Lucy and Jessie, daugh
ters of O. D. Foote, gave a party Christ
mas evening; seveuty-Ave or more of
their school-mates ' and acquaintances
being entertained in a very hospitable
and elegant manner.
Ohio is having a very open winter;
weather mild, damp, rainy and dismal;
days dark enough to nee J a lighted
lamp nearly half of the time, and
roads that are awful on account of the
depth and thickness of the mud.
Capt. Wm Morrow has taken
room over the Post Office and will estab
lish an agency for Fire Insurance and
the sale and exchange of Real Estate
He starts out with several pelces of
very desirable property on his list and
now that real estate Is looking np we
doubt not he will do a very success
Observing Christmas holiday and
an unusual press of job work bas put
us so behind that It was Impossible to
get out our paper at the usual time. We
are just 24 hours latebut if our readers
will possess their souls with patience
we will try and not allow it to occur
"Harper's Illustrated Weekly" is
again on our table, and is so full of
good things and got np in so attractive
style that it cannot fail to become
favorite with tbe young people. Try it,
only $1.60 a year in advance, or 4 cts,
number. For sale at Houghton's, where
the best standard, periodical literature
can be obtained.
W. Crosier St Co have purchased
the brick block of Mr. Benedict, front-
ing on North Main Street for cheese
ware house purposes. Consideration
$3,600. The building Is three stories in
height, gravel roof and well finished
and will be nsed for curing as well as
storage. They will put in an elevator
and office which they hope to have
ready for 'occupancy in ten days. It is
a very desirable location as well as
convenient and roomy building
O. W. Gault of Carlisle, stole an
overcoat belonging to Will Sheldon of
Penfield, lat fair .time, taking it from
fir. Sheldon' wagon, which was stand
ng in Mr. Lewis Bennett's barn. He
was round by . Mr. .Marshall in town
!th the coat on,' last 'Saturday, and
was arrested, taken before the Mayor.
and the evidence being pretty conclu
sive against blm he was bound over In
the sum of $100. which not being able
to furnish he was lodged in jail. Wei
lingtoa is - fast - Oiling np the Stone
Hotel In Elyria. ' Marshall says he
after two more. . Go for them, Mr.
Marshall, and Wellington will bless
you. . i
Old Probabilities appears to have a
pretty sure thing oa the weather, his
predictions being fulfilled with great
exactness and , regularity. .'Tuesday we
bad Increasing cold and frost and natur
ally expected the thermometer would be
down among the small numbers Wed
nctdsy morning, but we waked up to find
a severe rain storm with just enough
frost to cover everything with a thick
coat of ioe, making pedestrlanlsm dim
cult and dangerous. ( Probabilities told
ns all about it 24 hours lu advance,
And now if Ellson's light Is tbe
brilliant and cheap thing it promises to
be we shall begin to think we live in an
age of wonder and shall not hereafter
be greatly surprised to bear of the ac
complishment of any apparently lm
Miss Hsttle Hill of Cleveland, is vis
iting her friend, Miss Fannie Austin.
Mr. George Rockwood of Berea High j
School, Is visiting his mother and sis
ter. Miss Hattie A. Chapman of Black
River, Ohio, is visiting friends in Wel
lington and vicinity.
Mr. H. Reynolds and son, returned
from Kansas last week, driving through
with horses and carriage.
Hattie L. Crowl is spending the holi
days at home, and A. If. Barman
Crowl spent Christmas with his broth
er John F. Crowl.
Miss Woodworth of Norwalk, sister
of Mrs. Kinnlson. and Miss Anna
Boyee of Wllloughby, spent the holi
days with Mrs. Kinnlson.
Rev. Arthur T. Reed of the Congre
gational Church, Medina, exchanged
pulpits with Rev. V. S. Albright, Sun
day. Mr. Reed is a brother of Mrs. W.
R Wean of Wellington, and several of
her family were their guests during the
We are glad to notice that Col. F. S.
Case has been tendered the position of
Aid-de Camp upon the militarv staff of
Gov. Foster, In recognition of his emi
nent qualifications for such a position,
and his services to the Republican
An Agreeable Surprise.
On Christmas dsy, at about 10 a. m.,
Mr. S. L. Sage and wife were visited
by their children with oysters and eat
ables In great variety, and ordered to
keep out of the kitchen until about one
m., when a great variety to gifts
were presented, amounting to nearly
fifty dollars, after which all were in
vited Into the dining room to partake
of a bountiful meal prepared by the
children. The hearts or tbe young
were joyful and hsppy, and those of
the old were made glad. While seated
at the table, a very beautiful and ap
propriate essay was read by Mrs. Met-
ta A. Warren, one of the children.
A Jolly Time.
The Annual reunion and Christmas
festival of the family of Ell B. Howk
was celebrated at his residence Welling'
ton last Thursday. Upwards of 50 of his
descendants, children, grand-children
and great grand-children, (eight of the
latter) were present and enjoyed them
selves to the utmost. The day has been
commemorated by these reunions of the
family for the past ten years. From
tbe record of the marriages and births
In the family there seems to be no dan
ger of the race dying out. After a
dinner fit for an epicure the lamps were
lighted, parlor door thrown open and
the tree laden with beautiful gifts was
surrounded by the happy group, the
old boys and girls appearing even more
anxious than the young ones to find
out what Santa Claus had sent
them. After tbe reading of an inter
esting efssy upon the manner of cele
brating Christmas by different nations
and ages by Miss Hattie Howk, the
only absentee last year, the tree was
nnloaded and every one made happy
from Grand-father . down to the aix
months babe. Amid noisy merriment
the company dispersed, each family
going to Its home voting Grand-father
and mother nowk trumps and wishing
them many happy returns of the day.
Premium Cattle .
It is generally conceded that Geo. A.
Christ. E-q., Is a connoi'eur In his line
of business. Lately he has purchased
some of the best stock to be found in
the western country ,bnt It wasnotnntll
yesterday that hi became possessed of
two of the beat four year oil steert
tint have been sen in Buffalo for
years. Tney were both of the short
horn breed; bred by Wm. FenBeld,
Esq., of Penfield, Ohio, a well-known
and extensive breeder of this favorite
variety of cattle, and by him sold to
Mr. J. H. Witbeck, who brought them
to this market and placed them at the
disposal of Doty, Watkins t Co., who
sold them to Mr. Christ at $0.75 per
cwt., the highest price of the year.
As an evidence of the quality of these
cattle we may add that they averaged
2,475 pounds, the larger of the two
weighing 2,500, and that they took first
premium at the late Ohio State fair
held in Columbus; first premium at the
Northern Ohio Fair, held in Cleveland
and at the North-western Ohio Fair
held In Toledo.
We understand that Mr. Christ will
comply with a request to exhibit these
fine animals on Main Street either to
day or on Monday next. Buffalo Ex
Christmas Eve at the Churches.
TBS CONG REG ATIOXAl. SOCIETY
oted this year to bare no gifts be
tween cusses and teachers, but they
had two Christmas trees hung wtth
presents for the Sunday school scholars
and were having a good time In the
pectancy and pleasant surprise of dis
trlbution when we looked in upon them
during the evening. The Church Is
sufficiently handsome for any occasion.
without being trimmed, but garlands o
evergreen were wreathed about the bet
ter to remind them of our religious fes
' 'The Happy Chrlttmat come once more,
Tbe beaTenly Gneet It at tbe door,
Tbe bleated abepbarda tbrlll
Tba Jotobi tiding: Peace. Good wlU!
AT THK METHODIST CHURCH
Between two trees a frame work sup
ported a canopy or screen, on which
scripture mottoes were painted in white
on a bine ground.
In the centre and rear of thb
platform an old fashioned fire-place,
mantle and chimney were represented
about which well-nlleil stockings were
hung, and gifts and lighted lamps were
so disposed as to make It look like a very
cheerful and hospitable fireside Indeed
Like the children we had almost for
gotten to mention that previous to th
decent of "big Santa Clans and the
little one" down the chimney, and the
distribution of all the mysterious pack
ages and Innumerable gifts, there was
very sweet music, an organ voluntary.
an anthem by the choir, and singing by
the Sunday school, with a responsive
service, solemn and appropriate and
! beautiful as everything should be that
la done in memory of the Christ child,
service with so many parts that no
outsider conld by any means anticipate
what was going to be done next or who
was going to do it. But it all went
smoothly and none too soon for the
eagerness of the children, who watching
the flaming and flickering or the wax
candles that shone in the trees like flie-
ies on a summer night, concluded that
Santa Claus must find a great many
good children this year, that he should
be so long In getting round. But he
had been hindered.
AT THK DISCIPLE CIU RCII
There was also a tree loaded with good
things and the Church was trimmed
ud decorated for the occusion. iwo
short addresses, inuic anu recitauoua
by the children, followed by the distri
bution of presents made a pleasant and
enjoyable evening for parents as well
SPY OF ATLANTA"
The beautiful Military Allegory,
ritten bv Mai. C. W. Bartley, and
produced under his management, for
the benefit of the Wellington oornei.
Band, has been an entire success.
Maj. Bartley, as Edward St. Clair tne
Villain, was true to lire, his voice is
good and his acting fine. Mrs. Bartley,
as Carrie Dalton, gave us the finest
niece of emotional acting ever witnessed
in Wellington. Dick. West, as ret we
old negro, is simply Immense, showlug
himself capable not only of playing
fuany business, but be Is also good In
But while we are speaking well of
tr.n Matnr hia Wife and Mr. West we
must not forget our home talent.
Dr. Byron D. Palmer, as Dalton the
SPY" showed that his conception of
the part was not gained at a glance but.
the fruits of careful study. Mr. t rank
Vaughn, as the staid old farmer, was
perfect both in make-up and action
Mr. Erwin Fisher, as I'arke t. jiatr.
did the part of a h'gh toned Southern
gentleman like an old professional ac
tor. Jesse Flenner, in the character
of Jake Schneider, rather overdid his
part the first night, but last ntght his
rendition of the part was fine. Messrs.
D. A. Wlllard and W. II. Kirk, both
handled their parts finely, and showed
themselves good marksmen. Messrs
nenry Biggs as Gen. Sherman; Char
lie Bush as Gen. McPherson and W. L.
Cook as Maj. Wilbur acquitted them
selves well, making a fire appearance
In uniform and acting as true soldiers
Mi. Geo. Howk as Sergt. Bates was
good. Miss Lizzie Humphrey In the
character of Maud Dalton was far
above the generality of amateurs. Miss
Clara Humphrey's rendition of Mother
Dalton could not have been bettered by
any professions!. And now last, but
not least, comes Little Willie, by Mas
ter Ilsrry Biggs. Maj. Bartley tells us
that he has never had the part handled
so well before.
The tableaux were very fine. Miss
Telia Rininger made the finest picture
of an octaroon we have ever seen. The
other tableaux by Misses Jesse Wolcott,
Lucy and Jesse Foote, Addie and Car
rie Tripp, Ella Smith and Lettte Ben
nett presented a very pleasing picture,
The play will be produced again Fri
day evening, Jan. 2nd. Let the people
of Wellington turn out en masse and
help tbe boys procure a new uniform,
which all will admit they much need
Late News Notes.
A rail road train, between Edin
burgh and Dundee, Scotland, together
with a portion of a briJge was blown
Into Frith of Fay and went out of sight
under the water of course drowning
News from India the 27th ult., states
that the English Army gained a com
plete victory oyer the native tribes In
revolt with comparatively little loss to
themselves and great slaughter of the
It would have becu past belief a quar
ter of a century ago that we should read
war news from India not two days old
and the events occurlng over theses
on the night before in our morning
Dayton bas been talking with Indl
auapolis through a telephone, and the
experiment was satisfactory. The his
torian and traveler, Wm. Hepworth
Dixon is dead.
A squad of police stopped all west
side cars from crossing the viaduct
Saturday. Mayor Herrick and Coun
cil claim that the K. it. Company are
not living up to their contract for use
of the big bridge.
There are fears that the Indians have
some of our white men entrapped and
If they are not already murdered they
are holding them as hostages.
A great fire in Boston Sundsy night
destroyed about two millions and a half
of property, the famous publishing
house cf noughton & Osgood included
which Is a national loss.
Fred E. Jayncs of WrU Ky. dressed
in a white muslin suit covered with
raw cot on personating Santa Claus,
was distributing presents from a Church
tree Christmas Eve and when nearly
done while reaching to the top-most
limb tor one of the gifts came in con
tact with a lighted taper and was
burnt by his suit taking fire that he has
At another Church at Southern Ohio
a Mr. Lyon in a similar costume while
doing tbe same thing was similarly
Ignited, a panic ensuing people go
ing out through the windows .without
waiting for presents. It is feared that
Mr, Lyon is also fatally burned.
The latest dispatches 6how the number
of lives lost by the railroad disaster 1
Scotland wns over -eitl mated, and It
now appears probable that it will not
exceed DO. Six lodles have been re
covered, but no traces of the train
which sank In 40 to 50 feet of water.
Mr. Cowles, who disappeared so sud
denly and mysteriously from Cleveland
a few montha ago, that It was supposed
be had committed suicide, has lately
been found an Inmate of an infirmary
in the southern part of the State and
returned to his home. He claimed to
have no recollection of his former life
and residence, did not kuow bis name
and could give no account of him-elf.
It may be true, but some of the circum
stances as also the thing in itself makes
it very Improbable, though not Impos
sible. v Our faith is weak and we wait
for more proof. ' . ' ,
Report of the Wellington Publio
For the term of 15 weeks ending Dec.
I9th, 1879. The following table gives
by schools, the enrollment, number of
days absent, tardiness and per cent, of
No. Daya Timet Percent
Enroll. Abeent. Tardy. Attend.
High School, 73 90 10 88. S
A Grammar, 4S . SO 1 99.8
n Grammar. 44 81 a 97.3
C Grammar, S3 40 4 98. 0
A Primary. 47 97 1C 98.7
B Primary. 67 IIS 10 98.5
Sooth Primary. S3 73 0 97.8
Korth Primary, 38 48 9 97.5
The average gives 401 pupils enrolled,
520 days of absence, 65 cases of tardi
ness and average per cent, of dally at
tendance 98. The whole number of
days attendance was 2G2.23. Of the 36
tuition students, 20 were enrolled in
the High School, 10 in the A Grammar,
in tne a urammar, and 2 In A Pri
mary. There were 40 pupils withdrawn
daring the term, principally on ac
count of sickness, nearly all of whom
re-entered before the close oi the term.
While the attendence has been good,
we are yet desirous that during the rest
of the year it may be better, and that
the tardiness be lessened, to which end
we ask the co-operation of the parents.
In this, my first report, I take pleas
ure in acknowledging tbe excellent
condition In which I found the schools
at the commencement of tbe year, and
In testifying to tho kindness and help
fulness shown me during the term by
all tbe teachers in the schools. If the
schools during tne term have bad suc
cess. It is mainly due to their patient,
faithful and earnest work. To the
scholars also is due ray recognition
of the uniform kindness and politeness
they have - shown me si nee coming
among them. It Is the wish of all of
us as teachers, that we may have dur
ing the coming term frequent visits
from the parents and members of the
board. Respectfully submitted.
R. II. Kusnisou, Supt.
Nothing impure or injurious con
tamlnates the popular antidote to pain,
throat and lung remedy, and general
corrective Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil. It
may be used without the slightest ap
prehension of other than salutary con'
sequences. Coughs, rheumatism, ear,
ache, bruises, cuts, and sores succumb
to its action. The advertisement in
neighboring column should be read.
There is still no change in the price
of cheese, though the Eastern market
is reported a little more firm. It may
be considered enough to have it remain
at present rates.
We quote ''buying, (naked) lO!! e
billing, (boxec)ll 12 cents.
The shipments of cheese for the
week ending Dec. 16, are as follows
No. of Boxes, 1,443; No. of pounds
Butter for the same time as follows
No. of pkgs. 31 ; No. of pounds
Wellington Produce Market
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY BALDWIN, LACK'
- POX CO.
Apple, dried. lb..
Applet, ffreeo, V buT 75
liar. V ton .
itrwax. w iD...........zn
Uh4DA. be 1 SO
iiamt nnian, w
liucicw-beat. bo 70
Maple Kuffar, 9 lb
Cbtckrna U rented, a M7
Clover eed. bo 4 75
Siu a lb
Calf tkle. lb 7
Hur t Sklna, 40VJ
DncS- d-rtaed, lb 10
Saicnne. aack.. ...a OO
S.1I. Aahton. 9 lb. .
Salt. Common. bbl.. 1 so
8alt,BOiar.a bbl 3 SO
Dairy. V lb -iOA Sb-ep Pelt, a lb .2Mei 00
Fen. V dot
crramery, V to......vi igncriiunKg, a- iwo
ii iimoiny eee.
a earner. id
nil Wool lb..
Prated Pork, 86. ou
Grain, Flour and Feed a
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY H. B. HAMLIN,
Braa, V cwt sa V toe IS 00
Com. abelled. 9 bu.
Corn In ear, a on...
Oata, a ba
Clorer .eed. a ba ...
Tlmutby teed. V ba.
B--l w nite. v tact .1 m
ilesl KCd, ai UU...I .
No. a. a tick .....
Bockwheal r iour. .
Baited MetU ewi
MraU V cwt
Corn, (belled. Vba..
Com. In ear, a ba ...
Oat. V ba
Short V cwt
Ctorer teed, V ba...
OU Jeeal CWt...
rimothv teed bo. ..2 SO
A most righteous Judgment award
ed Dr. Llndsey lor the wonderful cures
performed by his "Blood Searcher."
Sold by all druggists.
"Sellers' Liver Pills" are working
more real good In one year than all
other proprietary medicines. 25 cents
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A mar
vellous cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria,
Canker moutb, and Head Aohe. With
each bottle there Is an ingenious nasal
Injector for the more successful treat
ment of the complaint, without extra
charge. Trice 50 cts.
The discovery of the circulation of
the blood was an important event In the
history of medicine; but If the blood
be full of impurities, its circulation,
which Providence Intended as a bless
ing, proves a bane. Hence we should
cleanse the blood with ScoviU's Blood
and Liver Syrup, if we should te
A minister relates his experience
thus: "I take pleasure In adding to
your many testimonials, that last
Thursday, (Thanksgiving day), not be
ing able to preach on account of rheu
matic pains In the shoulder, I bought a
bottle of St. Jacobs Oil, which, after
using several times, relieved me won
derfully." Db. B. Pick,
Rochester, N. T.
I have a choice lot of Beaver and Felt
Hat and will sell as low as they can
be bought anva-here. In my Dress
making Department I have a superior
hand for cutting, fitting and making
Cloak", Dolmans and Dresses. Goods
made up to order In a style not sur
passed. A gvnl fit guaranteed and
prl ces reason le.
Mrs. A. H. Palmer.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
In Wellington P. O., for the week end
ing Doc. 87, 180:
Anna Flxk, Susan E. True.
J. T. Ogoks. P. M.
When calling far the above please
Two lance nppcr rcomi with olotets to each, salt-
able for Udlea or Kt-ntlemea who deatra to board
themaclvsa nr tho Hich School bonding. Inquire
ot ataa. 8. Wiuraaaaa. . ; . le-tf.
We have increased our stock, aad have a
large assortment of all the latest and fash
ionable styles, at
Those wishing to save money can do so by
giving us a call.
A full line ot
Warble top 2ablest
Child's Mrncy Hockers,
and about all kinds ot chairs
Uon: in fact, our stock . or furniture is com
plete, and at much lower prices than you
have been! buying for during the last 25
Husbands and lovers, who want to buy
choice China or glassware Christmas
present, can find just what they want at
the crockery store of Bowlbv & Hall.
Onr stock of mustache, tea and coffee
cups and saucers Is the most complete oi
anv thing in town, we nave a variety
of Christmas goods that everybody
ought to see before purchssing else
Herbert pats on his standing collar
and says come in and see how gallant
and accommodating he can oe. jonn
wears his old clothes, but says he is not
dead nor asleep and won't be outdone In
politeners nor accommodations. Aewis
savs it is a big pile of candv. but thinks
he can get away with it without much
Yes, you get a half pound of candy
thrown in with one pound oi tea or over,
or one dollar's worth of coffee or over,
until the 2d day of January, 1880, at the
said Bowlbv & Hall's.
Our cofiee and tea are the best and no-
bod v shall undersell us on same quality
Reoember we roast our own cofido,
and those who use it sav it ia the best.
Come in and see our lamps, glassware,
dishes, table cutlery, canned goods, mo
lasses, syrup, soap, crackers, and eapec
iallv those oysters direct from C. 8.
Maitby, Baltimore, the oldest and most
reliable oyster packer in America.
BOWLBT & HALL.
The annual meeting for the election
of officers of the Wellington Union Ag
rlcnltnral Societv. will be held at the
Town Hall, in Wellington, on Tuesday,
Januarv 13th. 1880. at 10 o'clock A. M
F. B. Maslt, Prest.
R. N. Goodwin, Sec. 14-2t
Bucklen's 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
is guaranteed to give perfct satisfaction
in every case or money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
J. W. Houghton.
Fruit, shade, ornamental of all vari
eties and grades. C. W. Baker
Palncsvllle, O., who has been selling
and delivering stock from the nursery
or 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
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
The pride of a mother, and Joy of
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 cough, croup or whooping
cough, which lead to consumption,
you do not attend to it at once. Shi
loh's Consumption Cure ia guaranteed
to cure them. Price 10 cents, 60 cents
and $1.00. For lame back, side
chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster,
Price 25 cts. Sold by Everett A Starr
rphA Tda T IPttaw 17 yi atxt Af
jk uu aVieea a aj a vt jmiv aw wa
J. G. Starkey, a prominent and lnflu
ential citizen of Iowa City, says,
have had the dyspepsia and liver com
plaint for several years, and have used
every remedy I could hear of, without
any relief whatever, until I saw your
Shiloh's Yitalizer advertised in oar pa
per, and was persuaded to try it. I am
happy to state that it bas entirely cured
me. It is certainly the best remedy I
ever knew of." PrlceTTS cents. Sold
by Everett Starr. ,
There will be a meeting of the
stockholders of tbe First Nation
al Bank of Wellington, Ohio, on Mon
day, the 12th day of January, 1SS0. be
tween the hours of 10 a. m., aud 12 m.,
for the purpose of electing five direc
tors to serve for the ensuing year.
W. Clshiox, Jr., Asst. Cashier.
Wellington, O., Dec. 14, 1870.
Agent wanted la evary town ta the County.
and tee tho
HIDING SAW MACHINE.
GllrV Patent. Exhibited by A. C Benedict, who
will aell the machine or will tell territory for th
Wellington, O., Dec. 34th, T9.
The home paper Is the one you can
least afford to spare. Send in your sub
scriptions and renewals.
A full assortment of writing and
copying fluids and inks, pens, pencils,
for sale at Houghton's.
Wlck-ed things which even good
people allow and enjoy lamps. Tou
earn get tkam at Houghton's.
The New Liirlit Banntng "Doaestie."
MODEL SEWING MACHINE in THE WORLD!
It Has No Equal.
HASTINGS, is our only authorized Agent at WeV
lington. liooms and office in Benedict Block.
It having come to our Enowieage tnai certain parues ucctwouauj .oiuio n r .
machines through some means unbeknown to us, and when unable to sell other ma
chines, offer to supply one of our make, we wish hereby to caution all parties purcha
sing our machines, to be sure that tbe numbers are not defaced, as we condemn all such
actions, ana utterly lKoure u atiLjj bacb " o icrio v " " j
to publish a caution of this kind, but in iusUce to ourselves and patrons it becomes neces-
a5Jr R P. TTaaUnirs is our onlv authorized sjrent for the sale ot the New "Domestic"
Machine in Wellington, and parties buying their machines other than through him, do so at
their own risk, as we will not be responsible tor sny such sales made.
. , ' j .1 w tr a..,;. iu h. fuliv ,tni-ai! he- ns. and all ma-
chines sold by him will be warranted for three years, and kept in good running; order free
of expense to the purchaser for that length ot time. U !7
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.
J. S. WOOIalsE'S',
Keeps on hand at all times a large and com
plete stock ot Hardware. Making hia pur
chases direct from the manufacturers, he
can offer goods at the
Attention Is called tohlsjstock cf
Oils aud Brushes.
His stock of Carpenter's and Kecbsn
ic's Tools, Cutlery, and House Furnishing
Goods Is complete, and prices unequalled.
Revolvers and Cartridges la
fall assortment, and at unpre
cedeutly low prices.
AH Goods warranted
J. H. Woolley.
Rouses and lots varying from $600.00
to 14000.00, on easy terms.
We want to trade town property for
a farm of 100 to 10U acres, will pay
Have also a full line of
Agricultural Implements !
at lower rates than they can be bought
in the Spring, as all iron goods are ad
vancing. We make a specialty of collecting
notes and accounts.
Office over new Post Office, Welling
MORROW & CO.
Jan. 1, '80-Smos.
J. p. Eldt is selling out bis immense
stock of Christmas Candies very rap
idlv. J. P. Etdt has for sale some very line
Candy Canes very cheap.
J. P. Eidt is selling the finest mixed
Candy lu Wellington, for 20 cents per
J. P. Eldt has an immense lot of
Candy Toys for sale, very cheap.
J. P. Eidt Is making fresh Candy
for his holiday trade.
J. P. Eldt sells his own make of
Candy for 20 cents per pound. It Is all
pure sugar to.
J. P. Eldt usc3 no adulterations in his
Candy. You need pay out no doctor
bill If you buy his Caiidy.
J. P. Eldt will sell you Oysters any
way you wish to buy them.
J. P. Eldt will furnish parties at re
duced rates on Oysters and Crackers.
J. P. Eldt says trade with him, if
you don't want to be bulldozed.
Buy your Candy and Toys of J. P.
THE KING OF
We aak yoar special attention to the followln
point! of the Domeatlc:
New Vlbrathic Presaer and Undert raider.
Self Betting Needle.
Self Threading Shuttle,
The Automatic T entlon.
Simplicity of Construction,
Great Range of Work,
Quietness and Kate of Operation,
Loose Pulley for Winding Bobbin,
Light-Running, Flnith and Durability.
It It an admitted fact, a the sworn statements of
the manufacturer! win thaw, that there 1 bo ma
chine made that eaa tnow the rapid growth and In
creasing popularity of the POME8TIC for tbe time It
bat been In use. Merit will win, ;
r m a a year. Benmen t;enxa in one ecu
af fllatampeforaflne Silver Plated Thtm
iawJlllf ble. retail price 25 cenu, and learn
liuw iv uiaac favaiv a jvai
Onlr tbotrC who mean business need apply.
' A. T. BUCK. CO., Milton. Pa,
FEANK H. CHURCHILL,
Oberlin, - 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 entire satis
faction. Prof. Rice, Prof. Wright,
Prof. Cady, Prof. Severance.
Prof. Davis. Prof. Blakeslee,
tJT Orders left with J. W. Houghton
will receive prompt attention. 37-tf
H. S. 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 .ftat in or
der to continue to raise good crops they
must apply 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, prepsred as
plant food by the best known process,
it-is the standard fertilizer; . causing
immediate and lasting fertility, and is
perfectly adapted to all crops. Call
and get circulars.
Warehouse South of Ry., Depot,
4in-33-tf Wellington, Ohio.
OYSTERS t OYSTERS t ETC.
I guarantee to all my customers oys
ters as fresh and as good, for as low
prices as any other house in this place.
I shall have on hand a full supply for
Christmas of bulk and cans.
larjre assortment of holiday can
dies, toys, pipes, tobaccos, etc.
Please call before you bay and ex
amine goods and prices.
R. J. R0BESS02T.
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