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Devoted to Home Interests, Politics,' .Agriculture, Science, Art, loetry, Etc.
A. Family Newspaper,
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 28. 1886.
Office in Bank Building, Up Stairs.
References bt Permission Hon. 8. 8
Warner, Hon. R. A. Horr, First National
.W. F..HERRICK, r
Attorney and Counselorat-Law,
Benedict's Block, 2nd Floor.
J. T. HASKELL,
iiMmuff t 1W..J MM iBf CTTT5T Tf
Loans and Collections made a specialty
Olllce in bunk building.
J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
TVhIit In Clocks. Watches. Jewelxv. 811.
verware, Gold Pens, etc. No. 5, Public
Square, Wellington, Ohio.
S. V. CAEPENTEK,
JEWELER and ENGRAVER.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Liberty Street, Corner Union Block,
t- N. f.ixillWIV Insurance Airent and
Ji. Notary Public. Insurance, dnod. mort
eagoa, wills, leaBos, contract, etc, written in
a neat and leiral mannor. Ollice ovor Soraire
boot and tboe store.
Tr J, HOI.HliOdK, Dentine Office over
II. Huaiori mire. In Hank Uuihllnir,
Wellington, Ohio. Nitrou oilds fa admin
Itured for tuo extraotlou or toetu.
iir F. MAWTi LLP.. I'hotovraiiher. Clot'
VV , urea In every etyle and fully abreutt
all the late Improvement In the art, Bniraire
nienu for alutiiira tliould. whenever preot (ca
ble, be made In advance. Gallery over Howl-
by Hall stow tulepbone no. 01.
L. A. SPRAGUE, "
Good rooms. Fine liuht. 'fho best of
work. Prices tho lowest. Give us a cull.
Cro.lor's lllock, - North Mln Street,
D.'L. WADSWOKTII & CO.,
llanufactarora of and dealer In
3Door. Scus-h. and Blinds.
Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kinds ol
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, llauens, mourn
Inns and Flooring. Siding made and Sur
f, a TiiHiini7ilniiu to order on short no.
C. E. SUTLIFF,
Wnli wi Retail Ma ia Coil of
The Best Quality.
Anthrurite, Muimillon, Jackson, Bloss.
burg and Cannel, at Bultom Prices. Yard
on 0. C. 0. & I. Ry. Olllce on West Main
Blrect. Wellington O. Telephone 82. 21
To tho Public !
FRANKS' h HOWK.
Dealer. In '
Antlmoita. Cannel. Jiekna ud
Maaaillon Coal, Lime, Cement.
Pinter and Plntertni Jlalr at Lowoit Pricea. Olllce
Uovt Woolluj't Furaltore Baiwini, . Mais ri.
EUGENE j-OBINSON ia the
onlv livedeale in Cigars in town,
J . a 11 1 1
Tifiarl the names of the new brands
just received from the East: Good
Catch, Grass Widow, Commander,
May Bird and Capitola, all to be
sold for five cents each; Acme and
La Pattie for ten cents.
VERMILYA & HEIFNER,
Nickel Plate and Oyster Bay
EaatBlda North Main Street. Lunches
nd warm bread furnished at the Oyster
Tlnv and warm meals at the Nickel Plate.
LEW FOWLER'S Livery StabUl
atMtaU. 81.1, . W.U1..0.
F1HST NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL $100,000.00, , .
Does a General Banking Business, Receives Deposits, Buys and sells New York
Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts
8. s. -OTA-TlNER. President. '
,8. 8. WARNER.
8. K. LAUNDON
Moot on the til
and 4th Wotlnoa
duv evcnlnirH of
post rootnx (n
NOB WALK, - - OHIO,
cr, f:: and ta Fitter,
AND DEALER IN
(Jas Fixtures, Batb Tubs, Water rioctn,
Marble Slabs, and all fciiiilHor Urass
Work fur Vater.(ius and Steam.
Bennett Bros. & Co.,
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
. MANCKACTUHKIIB OF .
The Excelsior Wood Sawing Machine,
The Quaker Brick Machine and
(iencral Machine Work,
"Welllr-crtosx, , .. Olvlo.
CARRIAGES, WAGOXS AND SLEIGHS
OF EVERY DKHClIirriON.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Sign Writing and Paper Hanging
We are prepaieu to ao all Kinusoi noue
painting, sign writing and paper hanging,
in town or country, on the shortest notice.
Chairs repainted, uuice on xsunn it. it.
street. tf Tuti-r & Powers.
ITY HACK. Conrova pitMongcM to and
from the dupota or aroutia town. iraer can
be left at the Hold. II
Arrive dally, 9 :00 a. m. Depart, 1 :S0 p. m.
nUJJTINOTON, RULL1VAN and POLK.
Arrlre dally, 11 :30 a. m. Depart, 1 :30 p. m.
Depart Tacadayr, Thundays and Entnrdaya at
iu:uu a. ui.
Arrive, 1:00 p. m.
ITiUAiKNK llllMiN, tho Ilarhrr, kr(.p
J one of the neatnat, mint convenient llrtr
barBhnnalntown. Onlv flriitolaait workmen
mployed. A full aaioirtmeitt of hulr oil, po
made and nair reMomuro. Fine utiiu-rufMii.
InoonneotWm and furnlnhedat all Imiira with
kotand cold watr ami all nraanry onnveul
ace. Iloom. South IJo Liberty (trout.
LEMON, VANILLA, ETC. ",
ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BE THE
purest, finest flavor, and cheapest
EXTRACT!? IN TIIE MARK ST.
HAKUriCTURSO OBXT T ' '"'
E. A. PALMER & BRO ,
W. E. WHITNEY,
TIX33 NEW anOCEB,
No. 8, North Main Btrect.
A fresh supply ot Groceries and Provisions
constantly on hand at Bottom Pricks.
Increased patronage solicited.
OVA&AtfTEED; J.D.Eitehnm ft Co. Cleveland,
Ullio, onur rirxi moruru rerm
Nob., both PaiNCirALanil intb-
tiated In tho AaaaiitAN lsvuiT,
MINT Co.. of Eimnetsbunr, Iowa,
AIo6 pereeut. Delxinture Honda,
of Mtueaoiiiany,runniua; lOyean
ecuml by Mortamro Ipani uex
Ut with AIkkiiantilh Thiiht Co.
fiT7ESTlZllT3!o( N. Y. Writ for oiroular. -
1 TUUgbtmalw "U.l..
Issued on all European countries.
A. nana,, uasnier.
Jr., Ass't Casnierv '
-C 1 1 & 1. El,
January 1st Standard Time.
S-Cln. TiulnlH. & Col's Ex
8:23 1. m.
No. B Kim-cIhI N.Y. Cln. A St. L. Kl
Stops oa niiriml. I
IMS p. m.
S:UO 11. m,
No. 27 Clevo d & Col's Aixoin
No. ft-NlRht Ex
No. 81-Local FrviKht
No. S-Nlchi Ex
No.2-(ilicin Cli've'd Ae.
No. 24 Siiwlal St. I.nuls IS, V Ex.
No. 8 Citiciuiintt I ml & Clevo'd Ex.
No. 82 Local Freight
f. n It anil )1 ntt, .lallv.
8: a. m.
9-.U0 a. m.
6:rt ft. m.
11:110 p. m.
yurlhoi'infurmatioo iu regard to thin lino will
be round on pugug.
mmm 1 lake ui unm
Cleveland & Mariotta R. B.
From and alter Jan. 17, 1880 until fui
flier notice, trains on this road will pass
Wellington as tollows:
No. 1 9.8!.m.
No. 5 ll.Wa.m.
No. 7 J.Wp.m.
No. 11 . 110 p.m.
No. 17 Local ;2Sa.m.
No. 4 10.10 a.m.
No. 6 P
No. 8 ll.2Hp.m.
No. lb Local 8.2Up.m.
No. 11 runa daily; othem dally except Sunday.
Further Information In regard to .ttala line will
be found on psuo 3.
Nevada Mny 4th, 5:t)p. ra.
WIhcuikIu May lllh, ll:C)a. m.
Alw-ka. Jiny imn.B p. m,
Wvomiuir May 2.',th, 10:t ). m.
Cabin ratcn, ar cording to local Inn. f'i), $70,
round trip Jllll, 9144. Steeratfo For
paniugc and any further fuformatinn. apuly to
il. u. uiuus, Atfi., neiiiugton, u.
City of Ilerlin April 17th, 4:) p. m.
" Cheater April 24th, 10 a. m.
" ChlrHKo May i, :i p. m,
" ltlchmond May 8th, V a. m.
Itatea of na.aaee from Now York, cahln, tiK) and
ft, nmud trip SI in. 3144; Intermediate ;, round
trip stij; rtuerauu M, ruuuu trip w.
U. O. BIUOS, ARt,
Scrvla MaylKt, S p. m.
Umhrla May mil, 8 a. m.
Aurania May IMh, S p. m.
Liallia May 2d, 11 a. m.
Cahln paaa;e IK1, ), H, ateeraire 20, Inter
mediate 41.'. for lurilier luioniiniinii apply lo
II. O. IIIIiOM, Al., WelliuKton, O.
To strengthen tho stomach, create, an
appetite, and remove tho horriblo depres
sion and despondency which result from
Indigestion, thcro is nothing o effective
as Aycr's nils. These Tills contain no
tnlomcl or other poisonous drug, act
directly on tho digestive and assimilative
organs, and restore health and strength to
the enllro system. , T. P. Bonner, Chester,
I., writes: "I havo used Aycr's Tills
for the past 30 years, and am satisfied
I should not have been alive to-day, If it
bad not been for them. Tbcy
me of Dypcpl& when all other remedies
failed, and their occasional use has kept
mo in a healthy condition ever since."
L. N. Smith, Utlca, N. Y., writes: "I
havo used Aycr's Tills, for Liver troubles
tnd Indigestion, a good many years, and
have always found them prompt and
efficient In their action." Richard Norrls,
Lynn, Sfass., writes : "After much suffer
ing, I liav been cured of Dyspepsia and
Ayer's rills. They have done me more
good than any other medicine I have ever
taken." John Burdctt, Troy, Iowa,
writes: "For nearly two years my life
was rendered miserable by the horrors of
Dyspepsia. Medical treatment afforded
me only temporary relief, and I became
reduced In flesh, and very much debili
tated. A friend of mine, who had been
similarly afflicted, advised me to try
Ayer's Pills. I did so, and with the
happiest results. My food soon ceased to
distress me, my appetite returned, and I
became as strong and well as over."
1 PRIPARID BT ' '
'' US. J, 0. AYES U CO.', towU, Xata,
For sale by all Druggist. ..-
From Oar Efficient Csrji of Corresnonients.
' V PITTS FIELD
I.'; !j , . April 87tb, 1886. '.
Duriija the past week our farmers have
been biy putting In their oats. A large
area hnj been sown, and they have" 'gone
lntothexround in good cbndition.
Borne little has been done in making
garden, ,. . .
A cbnuge in our post-office is among the
things talked ot. "
Mrs, lines has sold her bouse and lot
west 0! The center to Mrs. Edna Mills.
Mrs. Dr. Young has had a relapse and
is quite sick. , .
The t.hlngllng ol.the north side of the
root ol the M. K. Church is completed.
A sidewalk to extend from G, D. Mutch'
urn's io'jobn Marshall's is commenced.
Rey, J. R. Jewett preached in the M. E.
Church Sunday. . . m.
r-H ' ( l'ENFIKLD.
. , April 27th, 1880.
Plowing for oats, sowing and gardening
is the order of the day in town. .
Weather beautiful, roads in excellent
condlllmi, I'ruit trees in bloom, and all na.
ture semis to bu doing its best.
Mri. Trego, ot Delaware, O., is expeced
to hold a eerie ol meetings in .the M. E
church, commencing next Sunday night.
Rev. J.'L, Putlllps preached his last ser
mon to his church and people lust bub-
Rev. Mr, lrvin, of Zanesville, preached
a very eloquent sermon in the isuptisl
church Utst babbutli evumng.
Born, to Jere Dugue and wife, a son, on
Boras April 10, to Fred Dugue and wife,
a daughter. ,
We had a good rain last night, which
was very much needed and acceptably re
celvwf. ' Jake,
' ' ' ' MEDINA.
April 20th, 1888,
Easter -yas observed In all the churches
in town, most ot them giving concerts.
; Dr, JikUols.is quite sick with infiam.
matioa ia tlio bowels. '
JtLMA A, tvttnuilj of lb OaaetMV Jaat
sold his quarter interest in thut paper to
C. M. Wellou's house, on Waahington
bt., lb nearly Unished.
D. A. Lewis started last week for Akron,
where he will work the coming season,
A. R. Whiteside, of Cleveluud, is visit
ing in town.
llev. Kaulluiuu, of Wadswortb, will
deliver an address at the Odd Fellows'
hall this evening.
'Pup" tiuell, of Akron, is spending a
few weeks in town. U.
April 20th, 1880.
Flout a tree Friday.
A nice shower ol'ruiu Saturday evening.
Farmers aro busy sowing oats and
plowing for cum.
J. Bernard, ol Medina, visited his
duuguter.Mrs. Juiucs Daugherty.lust week.
Miss Fannie Mosier, of Brighton, visited
at Mr, liupp's over Sunday.
The Euster concert at the Buptist church
wus lurgely attended and very good.
bchool cummeuces ut tho center Mon
day, with Miss W'ulluce, of Jerouieville,
Wayne Co., us leucher.
Miss Lilla Punueter also commenced
touching Monday in the Kuons district.
VVheut in this section Is generally poor,
lute sown wheat especially.
Rev. N. S. Sage, of Wellington, will
preach in tho M. E. church Thursday eve.
April SOU), 1880.
Tho liquid lu the reservoir at the saw-
mill hog gone East.
Orrville, in our last, should have read
I Smllhvillo, in ' notice of Whipple Bros,
Mrs. O. E. Johnston, who has been sick
with diphtheria tor a short time past, is
Charles Green has left the employ of J.
C. Whipple and bought the farm of Mr.
Dunbar, south ot the center.. . .
J. A Garlss lost a brood mare last batur.
day morning, which he valued at one hun
dred and fifty dollars.
Mr. Foster, a very aged man living In
Clarkstteld, died last Thursday. He was
buriod, Friday, in tho Brighton ccin
J.Loveland,ot Dakota, a son oi
Loveland ef this place, lately inherited
I $5,000 lrom the estate ol an-unclo.
Fred. Kinney has undertaken tue job oi
furnishing board and clothing for a boy j
and he didn't get the boy lrom an Orphan
Asylum, either. Cjwjcal,
' ' April 2flth, 1880.
Oats nearly all In. '
There Is a fine prospect for fruit thl
season. ;.!.! ' v
Mr. Dewey, oi Wellington, was ia town
F. S. Turner, will direct the young idea
which way to Are, down at the burg this
Charley Mattlson visited in town.
Yeakley's eldest daughter ia visiting
him. . . . ., ..... ,,
Cuas. Beckwlth, ot Elyria, was In town
Mrs. C. M. Turner and Mlsa Clara Nick.
crson have been spending a few days in
P. 0. hank will have a wind mill, i
Mrs. Marsh, of Fremont, paid Litchfield
a flying visit last veek. , ' ; ' . ,' , 1 i
master exercises at. both the Congrega
tional and Baptist churches last Sunday
evening. , , : . ,
L. Parker has lost bis Hotspur colt.
Mr.' Thair has been quite sick.
House, the billiard man, intends to re
turn to the luko this summer.
April 20th, 1880,
ThefM. E. Aid Society met with Mrs.
Erastus Cook last Wedhesday. Good at
tendance and good supper.
A new coat of paint Improves the ap.
pcarance of the north side of Cook's store,
Will Fulks has a new fence in front
The traveler enrouto to the station will
notice tho newly painted' residence
Miss Frank Franks, of Ashland, is vis
iting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs,
Ira Townc, our station agent, goes to
f ! 1 1 . . i v . r
wirvuie iu wuih. a lew uuys auu tr,
Uue takes his place here.
House cleaning is about over, and stoves
ere taken down. When the cold nighti
come, how we'll shiver I
Mr. James Freeman, who is to be the
valedictorian at the Wellington high
school commencement, it the son of our
townsman, Richard Freeman. ' Give ns
your hand, Jimmie.
John Grissingcr and family came over
Irotn Rochester Sunday, to see the iolxs
and be present at the Easter concert
Misses Funnie and Mary Herrick, Nona
Laundon and Fannie Benedict, of Wei
lington, were guests at Kilborne'a one day
last week. .
John bUellhart and wll,t West Salem;
visited their old friends, Mr., and Mrs. D.
W. Grissinger, Sunday. Prof. Jenkias.
Newu From the County Seat.
New cases commenced in Common
Pleas since court adjourned lor the term
are as follows:
Brubuker & Wood vs J S Martin; re
plevin. From docket of T D Phelon
In mutter of Albert A Wright et al ; to
vacate village plat
George Shaw vs Justine Shaw; divorce.
James Nlcholl vs Geo L Secley; money
only. Money deposited in National bank
Andrew Syfred vs William Deeg et al;
damages received as an employe.
In probate :
Last will ot Isaac B Mead, dee'd, late
of Eaton, tiled and commission issued to
T D Preston, Olney, 111., to take testimo
ny ot non-resident witnesses.
Edwin Robson, guardian of Mary J
Barchurd filed petition to sell land ; prem
ises sold and deed ordered.
Lust will ot Lucius Spencer, dee'd, lute
of Oherlin, admitted to probute, and Jno
L Spencer qualified as cxe 'utor.
Last will of Daniel A Stocking, dee'd,
lute ot Elyria, admitted to .probate; wid
ow elects to tako untler the will and ex
ecutors, J. B. and A. D. Stocking, quail
fled. Last will of Henry Farmer, doe'd, late
of Elyria, admitted to probute.
Volney McRobertsJappointed guardian
of Lena and Pitt McRoberts, minors.
Last will of Isaac C Raymond, dee'd,
late ot Elyria, admitted to probate.
Last will ol Einlllne II Dyer, dee'd, late
of Wellington, admitted to probate.
Last will of F D Paris i, dee'd, lato of
Oherlin, admitted to probate and F E Par.
ish qualified as executor.
Christian Thome, guardian of Gertrut'e
Kriebzen et al, flies petition for an order
to sell land.
Wellington vlllago vs Laura A Powell
et al ; verdict ot Jury lor land owners, and
assess their damage at $101.
' Nobby Suits For Boys.
A lady who buvsher boy'sclothlnglrom
tho old slocks of clothing stores and see
her neighbor's Ik dressed in a suit Imuglit
trom ns will feel v ry bad at the contrast.
She will leel mm h wuire il she compares
what sho paid with what her neighbor
Pal1' E. M. McQii lin & Co.,
D-icoratetl Clntmliers gets.
W have luat completed the purchas i ol
a large lot of Decorated Chamber Sets
which havo always retailed at $0. , Our
mice will now be $3.75 while tbey last.
1 E. M. McGlllin & Co., '
. ' Cleveland. O.
FOR SALE A desirable house and lot
at a bargain t situated on the north-east
corner of Prospect and South streets In the
village of Wellington, Uhio.m m
. . J.W.WnacB.
BOGUS BUTTER. ' ?
Provisions of a Bill to Regnlate'the
Traffic In Oleomargarine.
. , -
The House Committee on Agriculture
April 22nd authorized Chairman Hatch,
of Missouri, to report favorably a bill to
regulate traffic In fraudulent butter which
ia substantially identical with that framed
by the American Agricultural and Dairy
Association. ' , ' ,;
The bill Imposes annual taxes as follows
upon those engaged in the business: man
ufaeturers. 00; wholesale dealers, $48;
retail dealers, 48. Maniifncr
oleomargarine who have not paid the tax
shall be fined $1,000 to $5,000 in addition
to the tax.wholasule dealers $300 to $2,000,
and retail dealers $50 to $300. All uianu.
lacturcrs of oleomargarine shull pat uj.
their product in wcaden packages stamped
uuu manueu under regulations prescribed
by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue
and dealers shall be allowed to sell imita
tion butter only from packages so branded
Violations of this provision shall bo. pun.
lsuauie oy nnes and Imprisonment. Even
package'auall be labeled with the numbel
of the manufactory. Neither the stamp
thereon nor the package shall be removed,
re-used or destroyed, under penalty of $5(:
fine. Manufacturers shall pay a tax ot 1(
cents for each pound of oleomargarini
manuiacturea by them, and if any manu
torturer tells or removes for sale or con
sumption any oleomargarine on which tV
stamps ace not affixed he in ill be liable t.
a fine and imprisonment in addition to the
tax. Imported oleomargarine shall pay an
Internal revenue tax of 15 cents per poun..
in addition to the Import duty. Every per
son who purchases or receives lor tale
oleomargarine not properly branded shah
be liable to a penalty of $50 lor each of
tense and to a penalty of $100 in addition
to forfeiture of the article for receiving
oleomargitrine from a manufacturer who
has not paid the special tax. Fraudulent
use or possession of oleomargarine shall .
be punishable by fine and Imprisonment.
Scientists may be appointed to determine
whether any article is subject to the tax,
provided also whether any oleomargarine
which ia intended for food is deleterious tc
public uealih. The former shall be foriclt
d in ease the tax stamp is not afTlk'ed and
the latter in case it is decided to'bo injuri V
ui to health. Oleomargarine may be ex
ported without payment of the tax pro
vided, but shall be labeled "O i margar
ine" In large letters. Any person engaged
in the oleomargarine business who de
tmuds or attempts to defraud the United
S ties In connection with the business shall
forfeit the factory, manufacturing appara
tus, and stock, and in addition bo liable to
fine and imprisonment. Rigid penalties
are provided for all infractions ot the law.
This bill shull tuke effect ninety days
after its passage.
Cut this out. :.ve this and wait, in
consequence of tin- failure, the Large
Wholesale Clothing House, 143 Water St.
neor Superior St.. will remain closed lor I!
days (o make an inventory of stock and ar
range for a great Bankrupt Snip. Thi
great Bankrupt Sale will comuicuce Friday
Aluy 7th ut 10 o'clock, in the immense
building, 14:1 Water streat, near Superior
street Cleveland, O. The slock consists ol
nearly $250,000 worth of tine clothing, hats
and other goods, and will be sold at retail
40 per cent, less than actual cost, us by or
der of court the estate 'must be settled
up with in 5 days. We have space to men
lion only a few of the bargains Unit will be
offered; a splendid suit ol men's clothes.
$3.75, wortli $14, or money returned. This
suit Is made of fine quality of cloth all to
mutch, lutest style and very handsome; this
suit can be kept home fourdaya, and if you
do not think it worth $14 we hereby bind
ourselves and agree to return the $3.75. An
elegant pair of men's pants $1.24, made ot
superior quality of cloth.and guaranteed
worth $3 50. It you are not satisfied that
they are worth $3.50, bring them back any
time during the sale and get your money
Extra fine quality suits $5.90, worth $15 50.
Elegant blue cloth suits $8.00, made of su
perior quality, very lino, and worth $17.
Also, 7,000 different kinds ot light overcoats
and 10,000 ditl'erent kinds of the finest
quality of silk and satin lined suits. Men's
finest iur bats 90 cents, worth 2.75 or money
returned. Extra fine umbrellas 99 cents
nnrtii i'2.50. White shirts 38 cents and
35,000 different other goods at 143 Water
Blieet, near Superior street, Cleveland, O.
Remember th is great uan Krupt oaie com
mences rriday Jtiay an, at iu o cioca, auu
iht close in five days. l'OHitlvely no
goods sold before Friday May 7lh at 10 o'
clock. Store will be open till o'clock at
night. . ......
Asking a Favor.
Will the nublio please anticipate their .
wants and vive us their orders a few days
ahead for flue trimmed hats and bonnets?
This spring we increased the size of our
trimming room ou per cent, lue room is
now as lull of trimmers as it can comfort
ably hold. Every night during the past
week the trimmers had supper in the
store, and worked until' Id o'clock, and
notwithstondlng all this 'effort yesterday,
we had to turn away hundieds vf orders
for trimmed goods, which we- could hot
fill. - Our "initlittnry business la running
away ahead ot any previous year, and we
ask your kind indulgence until we can
catun :up with it. E. Al. McUillix 4 Co.
' 1 Sail i '
Lang & Pelrce iell the Wilhelm Milk
Cooling can, a new system ot gathering
cream. Convenient and cheap. Butter
makers will do well to go and see thcm-.