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Thsu-sday, Much 13, 1879. J.W, HOUGHTON. 1C. H. HOUGHTON, ' '' " XOITOM. . . ' C O. C. I.B. B. Time-table, Trains leave Wellington 8tatio w fol lows s . GOING SOUTH.;.- " ;v . V 1 Ctm. la. Korea n4 afaH.r..8:S& a. bv. y. a. As. LaU A CrectnaaU Vir MOfh IT. S. Xla Villi. Mafl . 8:57 p.m. Xa, t.-flmlnl IwNiHu. M01.li Inl Ti slants, . s-.ss a. a. aat S-ao p. a. GOING NOS.TH. 5 TallMSsa, MlH 8:40 a. a. Hav .. Lewie Os. Zxarsea A Kail, 1:38 r.X. a Onload Tiiii ii, :si P.M. X. a CavreUad r 1 i S:ss -.-SrrOwTrOS P.V. W. BU FISHV.R. Aceat. jq Church Directory. , v , DI8CTPLK " CHPBCH. Sei-rlcee every Sabbath at 1U.SO A. U. And 7 .DO P. M. Sabbath School at IS M. ril MIllll eaTliaHa, aiiahns W. B. Vhosapsoa, aaatar. COVQREGATIOIf AL CHURCH. hnten every BabbaU a Ufcjo A. U. and 7:00 P. M. Sabbath Beans s U If. Fiayet at eatine; am Tanradar ayea leas. . JTa. Vt. eassor. . . METHODIST KPlsrOPAL CHURCH. Raj-rlces ev- err sarftat,e at io:w a. M. aaa 7:oo r. m. dsmmib Sabbath School at ISM. Prayer Meetlus oa Tnura- aay evsaiasa. m. a. juone-iu. p Arrival and Tepar turevf Mails. HACK LINES. Obertln, I Arrive Tflay, Thuisday and Satnrday rtuaaeU.) at A. if. IxaveatlP.M. BrlaMoa, ' .' J Arrive dany at to A. It. Leare at K. ClarksSeM. f . II A.M. . , Tfiisi'mus,. ) Antra MoadAjr. Wednesday tod FH Salllraa. (day at I P.M. bear Tarsdsr. Thurs PaUr... J; . day aad Baiaraay at :SoA. M. . PeaSeM. ) Baeeeer. - f Arrive Tuesday. Tbereday aad Satnr-Homer-rille, f daf at 11 A. at. Leave at 1 P. M. Waat Salens,) C ' Publisher's Notice. The address label ea seen paper ahenra tha date te WM ek taa aaaaxrtbar haa paid, Ume: : Jerry Smith ljan79 Slrainea that Mr. Barith baa paid tor hts paper aatfl Janes!? 1st. 187a. The mall liat la corrected weekly. By eaesalunc the addreaa label evrry rabeerlber eaa tell la aa faataat how hia aecoant stsnds. and wheth ar ha haa leoalvod araner credit on oar hooka. ZrOcU &ad XliacelUaoouB: "A short article from Pe n field Is too kte for this week. - - 1 Kt. J. A. Daly Is absent for a week on a visit In 2Tew Tork." ; ' . ... .- - . Make no engagements for Wednes day eTening next concert night. - Hatvey has got that new style Col lar in Paper aad IJnen. ' ; ' 25w4 " 5 Miss Jennie lleade, of Nor walk, Is the guest of Mrs. J." C. Arts on Elm Hanfisonje and very cheap line of ew Carpet juat received at William -3tlninger'. . . - 25 8 w ! Mra,.'Horoan died at the. bouse of her son-in-law, ilr. Washbumef of Klyrla, aged t(8 years. Zj .j " f i If you want anything in the line of Hardware at Bottom Price, call at J. HTrVoolley'. I mean BUSINESS." 23tf ' K. E. Kpapp brings the champion gooae egjr, measuring 9zl Inches in circnmfereoee and weighing 12 ea. Frank B. Serage, successor to T. 3Qrkt boots, shoes, rubbers, etc. '. i The first w ek in March brought a good sap-run, spring birds and a real fere taste or spring", the muddiest kind 7 . eat of our "Monitor" Job press "Will be found oa this page,, and in the same place we hare a few words for w patron..V.?. :: "1 ; . j,p -;; y-Cn at JVH. TfTooley's If you wish to see two of the best makes of Plows In the country, warranted to glre satis- faction. . . , 'IS -! ? I i : ,lt, WalrntC-At this offlce, to rnn on necessary errands.some of tho4 pedes trians who 'are 'v wasting their time circling around rinks." That Imported Orient Coffee we bars roasted aad ground for us to order ao that our easterners may hare it fresh aad pore. (28U) , W: W. Haktit. - . rbfieT A.T. Oanbar was glren a donatioa oa the iKttv Jilt, at bis real denoe in West Richfield, of $100 in cash, and a large amount of provisions ... - Tofcng man, don't forget the con cert next week.1" ' 1 The pulpit of. the: Congregational Church was occupied last Sabbath by Eev. S. H. Lee,, of Cleveland, by ex change with the pastor." J'' -If yoa want Hardware lower than you was ever offered, yoa can find it for the next sixty days at - " ' 28 tf . " . J. H. WooixxT'g. . Miss Hattle A. Chapman, of Lorain, has been visiting during the winter at Lodi aad la now at her sister's, Mrs. S. S. Parker, on Cortlaodt Avenue. A. Dewey baa taken, the agency for Hall's Gasoline Stoves and will hereaf ter keep a full assortment on hand and will also furnish gasoline to use in them 'Tramps have been unusually : Im pudent la Akron lately ,aa many as four at a time presenting tbeinselves and de manding money of '"women staying lone In the evening. " : : - f Everybody expects a good time at the concert. M. S. Church, March 19. Oberlln College has been obliged to itspead a tbeologlcal student for want of eomnton honesty. ; The young - man 3ias evidently mistaken bis calling. - J There Is one dog in town utilised to some purpose. We eaw him trotting home the other day with a cart contain ing a sack of flour and the family gro- ' -1 - , i- l V v ... , "r u -v ..... .v A full line of white and Colored Shirts at Wj W. Harvey's. .. 23 wi. . - Mr. John Hill father of Mrs. T. J. Wells, of this place died, on the 6th Inst., at Florence, Irle Co., Ohio, fit which place be bad been a resident for about fifty years, aged 86 years. Taking Into account the quality of goods,-1 will glTO yoa better prices on Hardware than caa be found at any auction store ta the county. ; v .. . 26tf ; : J. H. WooiXT. If your memory is short, make note of the Wedceaday evening con" cert for next week.r- - Various nodes of treatment have been adopted for the cure of Neuralgia, Bheumatlsai, Sciatica, and kindred dis eases, but none of them have proved so effectual as "Lawson's Curative. It Is readily applied, aad the relief is cer tala. " Pruggtita have It. Price 60 cu. We are all going to the concert next week. ' ' We have received a spicy article from Spencer correcting some state ments in a former article but we are so crowded that it will have to lay over till next week, also several articles on the court-house question. Spring Styles of Hats and Caps at W.W.Harvey's. 25w4 The Rev. Thomas K. Beecher, of Elmlra, N. Y., Is expected to dedicate the new Congregational Church in this place, April 3d, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Next week we will make further men tion of this more than ordinary man of an extraordiuary family. ' - The well which the oldest Inhabit ant will remember as being situated in the public square was opened last Thurs day by the frost. It Is said to be about ninety feet deep. It will now be cov ered with a stone and put in condition to make the water useful In case of fires. - Wm. Rininger has ost received di rect from the manufacturers the hand somest and cheapest Wall Paper and Decorations ever shown in Welllugten. Don't fail to see them before making your purchases. '23 w 6 Our city fathers are getting In ear nest about a fire department. A com mittee of their number has been Inves tigating the matter and will soon re port lor selection two or more plans that in cost seem to be within our reach. We await their report and action with great anxiety and will apprise our readers of developments as they occur. Remember the concert on Wednes day evening of next week. .' .': . Rev. Mr. Albright preached to full houses, and Sunday morning gave a very practical as well as spirited eluci dation of the text : "Take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat or what ye shall drink; nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on. Is not the life more than meat and the body more than raiment f" The sermon In the evening was from the words, "Am I my broth 's keeper?" - The following is a list of the eight lecturers of the "Bell Fund Lecture Course" and the amount paid each : Colgate Hoyt, expenses only $2; Pres- llent FairchildtlO; Dr. Hayden $16; Ex-Gov. Axtell of New Mexico, $0; Col. Flnley for expenses $2; Rev. E. V. H.Danner, for expenses $5; Miss Du Sulsseau, $16; Hon. J. C Covert, ex. penses, $2; Printing, etc., about $25 Net proceeds of the course $122 It Is not always the fault of the cook that the steak Is not tender or the roast juicy and palatable. The first class animal to kill Is not every time right at hand, or esuily obtainable in our village market, that mu-t never theless be constantly supplied. - But it would have o be charged to the baking and broiling if such cuts ss Fuller is doing up for his customers do not sat isfy any epicure. . Every young lady in tnwn likes music and expects to be seen at the con cert next week, March 19th. Dr. C. 8. Holbrook, of Shelby, Is pending this week here with his broth er, assisting him to get even with bis work wbicb baa been of late coming in unusually fast.- Ia another place Dr. L. P'llolbrook calls the attention of those Arbese work has been delayed to his .readiness now to attend promptly to their wants. It is due that we should say that since his advent among us he has gained an enviable reputation for good work and fair dealing. '. j '' The Social Union Concert will not fall todelUrht you. Wednesday even ing of next week, r , - The peddler must have been very stupid or else dull times and ; bad luck had made him desperate, who could force himself into a sad house, and Jn spite of the hint that Just then it was impossible to give him attention, go on with bis rigamarole and the showing of a paltry Invention. The mostuntu tored foreigner who ever carried a pack a ould have seeu at once that be was an Intruder, but this well-dressed and gllb tongued American did not go until .be was atked and then departed in anger. Harvey is getting in a new stock of Clothing. .. 25w4 Among the great manufacturing interests of the country the "Diamond" Company stands at the head of the line shirt trade. With the exception of Mr. A. M. Fitch, who has the only agency for their custom shirts between Cleve land and Delaware, their agencies are confined to cities and larger towns. Mr. F. has a full line of their French percale samples and plates of their va rious styles of shirts, cuff and collars, and furnishes their work at factory prices with transportation added. Sea ad. in another column, i . It After April 1st Dr. Holbrook's of fice will be in Q. M. btroup's new build lDgv ' 22 tf One of the "surprise parties" which have enlivened social life In the west ern suburbs of our. town, this winter, occurred at "Mr-Frank Warren's on Wednesday evening . of last week. Neighbors and friends gathered to the number of thirty or more, making the evening very -enjoyable, which enjoy ment was greatly enhanced by the ad dition of a taffy pull." :' They talk of forming a permanent association and collecting funds for some charitable b- aject. A good idea. ' '- " ' ' Headquarters for gasoline with Frank B. Serage. . We failed to give the Tennesseans a notice last week only for lack of room. We are sorry not to be able to commend the entertainment but truth compels us to ssy that they did not meet the expectations raised by their bills. Tbey were not the original Ten nesseans exoept in name, and their music had nothing attractive to one who baa previously beard negroes sing plantation melodies. Their voices had only strength to recommend them. Tbey were both harsh and uncultivated and their songs lacking novelty were scarcely worthy the patronage - receiv ed. We learn from our exchanges that in some respects they weie equal to white folks, having a decided taste for h vl whisky and in some places getting gloa'iously drunk and quarrelsome Un less Donovan's troupe should come again we think it would hardly pay to give an audience to another negro con cert. ... Tell all your friends to take in the concert March 19th. . We are informed by the assignee of Ears Franks and his two sons,that their failure was largely the result of the mismanagement of Orcn Frank.:. He had done an extensive business In build lug.largely on borrowed capital, paying a high rate of Interest which Instead of paying each year he allowed to accumu late. His father and brother had un dersigned with him and so became re sponsible. The brother was not involved on his own account but Ezra Franks was considerably Involved by Invest ments In real estate, and interest, and shrinkage of values in. addition to his son's failure were too much for him. The property has been appraised at $19,600 with debts estimated at $14,000 but which will probably shrink at lesst $2,000. It is thought that all creditors will be paid in full. ' The "Corn Supper" at the M. E. church parlors Friday evening was so well-attended that maybe it was a real favor to all conecernd that we and those delegated to tell us Individually and collectively forgot to mention It in last week's issue, it would surprise one who had not thought upon the matter to see how many really delicate as well as substantial dishes can be made to embody some form of this, our national cereal. The bill of fare Included coi n itoffee, tea, mush, sweet corn dried and canned, hominy, dodger,griddle cakes, johnny-cake, baked loaf, steamed loaf, gems, grits, baked and boiled puddings, every variety ot corn starch cookery and more things than we have named, all well-cooked and served. The base ment was nearly full the whole evening the people coming and going from early until late. The net proceeds amounted to$G3.oO. Three Card Monte. The train coming to Wellington from the south last Saturday morning had ou board a gang consisting of live three-card-tnonte swindlers, who made t!ie acquaintance of a minister, apparently well supplied with filthy lucre and who furnished a tempting subject for their art. They explained to him how easy it was, by risking a small sum, to gain a large one. He saw it, put up hia lit tle fifty dollars, and In less time than it takes to tell it he wss minus that amount. Word was telegraphed to our marshal and on the arrival of the train he arrested the gang but by some care lessness the one that had the money in his possession was allowed to escape. The others, seeing no way out, of it, made up the money for their victim and the expenses and were allowed to depart. It would hare served the man lu sheep's clothing right if he had nev er received his money. We think if we had been u Rev. wo would not have been caught in such a game, but if wc had would have kept our mouth closed. Who will now step Into the ranks as fool No. 2. We have our pencil sharp ened in readiness for him. Court Expenses. The following are the sums paid, out for expenses of the January term of court, 1879: Paid witnesses in State canes. . .$534 90 " Grand Jury witnesses 246.60 " Grand Jurors 217 30 " Petit and talis jurors 900.15 Total. $1,904.85 It would be Interesting to the temper ance people to know what proportion of this expense was made in the trial ol whiskey cases or cases growing out of intemperate habits. It would give us an opportunity of knowing for whose benefit our taxes are paid. Who will give us the figures? . Real Estate Transfers. John Scott to Charles McCotter, 21 acres in Camden township,. $1,000 Laertes it. Smith to Rosa Bell Johnson, part ot lot I7S, east of river, 34 acres of land ta tp. of Elvria, 1.000 Orestes T. Engle to Wllhelm ttpreDger, part ot lot 3, X acre ot land Id Russia tp...) Abraham Blifldoa, sr., to Abraham Sheldon, Jr., part ot lot 63, 40 acre In Russia town ship 1,600 Emily B. Lewis (by sheriff) to Luella Wortb ington, whole of lot 18, part ot lot 17 in Amherst 1,337 A R. Woonter to Mrs. L. R. Wooster, whole ot lots S3, 89, H ot lot 87, block 6 WelllDf ton village. Quitclaim 100 Heman Ely to Una and Water Co., lot 520,in block DO, between braaebes of Black River Elyna,. 1,000 Abel Daugherty and wife to Samuel Kiehard Smith, 100 acres of land in Pen field town ship. Consideration, support for natural life and 1,000 Elyria Republican. St. Patrick's Xiffbt. A Literary Entertainment and Oyster Sapper are to be given at the Town Hall, New London, Ohio, Monday even ing, March 17th. The leading feature will be a lecture on St. Patrick by the Rev. Father Murphy, formerly of New London and Shelby. There will be va rious other speeches, and some stirring songs by a Cleveland quartette. A pro gramme of surpassing Interest is assur ed. All are invited to attend. Admis sion 25 cents. Concert. On Wednesday evening, March 19th, the Social Union of the M. E. Church will give the musical entertainment al ready announced in these columns. The selections of Vocal Music will be ren dered under the direction of Mr. W. S. Franks. The Orchestral Selections will be rendered by Miss Wooster, and Messrs. Wilcox and Mather. The con cert will doubtless prove exceptionally fine, and a full house is expected. Lecture. Miss Eva L. Pinney will deliver a lecture at the Town Hall, Wednesday evening March 19th. Subject: "Duties and Responsibilities of Woman." It will be remembered that Miss Pinney delivered a lecture on the subject or temperance lu this place last fall which gave universal satisfaction. Go and bear her. Advertised Letters. List of letters remaining unclaimed In Wellington P. 0 for the week end ing March 8th., 1879. Miss M. Sharp, Mr. John Dlx, Fred erick Rockwcod, Clarence Herrick. When. calling fjr the above please say "Advertised," J. T. Oodkit, P, M. Don't fail to call for . that 40 cent Japan or Green tea at Houghton's, tf Neighborhood. News. Medina has a first-class sensation in the confession of A. I. Root one of its supposed respectable citizens who has made a wholly uuwaranted exposure of bis unclean thoughts and wrong inten tions toward a former employer and business partner. The general opinion U that this ex-Jeweler and beekeeper had better have kept still. ' Massey 3fc Gamble, of Elyria are go ing to start a cigar -factory In Medina about the 1st of April. Twenty-one new members were re ceived at the First Congtegational Church of Bcre a week ago Sunday. Rev. J. Wick Pittcnger a son-in-law of Dr. Godman of Berea has resigned his position as pastor of the Presbyte rian church at Brecksvllle. Prof. Kerstetter of lit. Union gave a highly appreciated lecture in Wooster with illustrations and ingenious appa ratus of his own design and construc tion, lie Is going to show the Wooster people next tumnier what they are lia ble to get in their food and drink by his Illustrated lecture "MrveW of tho Ponds." Etta Winson, of Berea, was badly burned while cleaning a glove with benzine, and a man in Huron county blew up himself and wife and baby re lieving them of eyebrows and hair and most of their outside cuticle by reckless handling of gunpowder In the presence of fire and of bis family. It will take a good while to teach some tolks that there Is any necessity for caution in the use of inflammable substances. A Card. I shall be glad to see those parties who need dental work done, especially those whom I have not been able to wait on during the past two weeks. My brother is with me for a short time and we bope to do all work promised with out obliging any to come a second time. L. P. Holbrook. Musical Instruction. E. G. Sweet announces to all who are desirous of taking Music Lessons this summer that he will be ready to resume his class about June 1st. Address Box 763, Oberliu, Ohio. 25 w 3 To be a good judge of a horse re quires that the pernon so judging should be a lover of horseflesh, have a keen eye, a practiced hand, great discrimina tion and well-Informed, such a person is Mr. R. N. Wood, druggist, Toronto, Canada. None can more quickly dis criminate and tell the good or weak points of the animal. As a remedy for the cure and removal of Lumps, Bunch es, I.amenes--, Kingbones.he pronounces Giles Linimeiit Iodide Ammonia the article long needed by horsemen. . Soi l by all druggists. Trial size 25 cent. Seud for pamphlet to Dr. Giles' 120. West Broadway N. Y. Sold by J. W. Houghton, Wellington, Ohio. Mr. B. A. Mitchell, Wholesale Druggist, London, Ontario, say 8: "TUe community owe Doctor Giles, of New Yi.rk, a debt of gratitude for the dis covery and Introduction of hisLlulmcut Iodide Ammonia and Pills. Gout, Rheu matism, Enlarged Joints, Piles, Cos tlveness, Diseased Liver, Headache, Fe male troubles, are all cured by their use." . Sold by all druggists. Trial size 25 vU Send for pamphlet to Dr. Giles, 120 West Broadway, N. Y. Sold by J. W. Houghton, Wellington, Ohio. THE MARKETS Cheese. Little Falls, Mahcu 10, 1879. . Quite a number of factory men offered lots of cheese to-day, but buyers do not want to take any chances and will gen erally receive them only on commission Cows are fust coming into milk aad we learn of a few factories which are now open and mcst of them will make ch eese daily, receiving the milk once a day. We hear of but few ftctori e tiiat will make skim-milk cheese all of the largest and best ' realizing thtt such a course would prove a losing business. It will doubtless bo about four weeks before we shall see new cheese in the market, but when it does come it will be cheae. At New York the receipts of cheese last week were 25,162 boxes ; exports 47,801 boxes. The market 1 stea'dy and there is a coLfideut feeling on all really good stock. Not much of an advance is expected, but all merchantable goods will be closed out before the end of the season at about present values. There have been occasional sales of fancy cheese as high aa 10 cts., but they are rare. The bulk of sales are at and be low 67 cents. The condition of the market hero is unchanged. Stocks are rapidly disap pear! ng, and everything promises to be in good shape for the spring trade. Wc quote : Buying, (naked) 5 to 5 cents. Billing (boxed) $i 7 cents. The shipments of cheese for the week ending Mar. 12th, are as follows: No. of boxes, 6,159 No lbs, 194,020. Butter for the same time as follows : No, of pkgs. 11. Mo. of pounds, 048. Wellington Produce Market. CORRECTED WBKKLT BT BALDWIN, LA UN DON CO. " uiim,T i ... . . . r- Applea, exeen. bo... ..'! A 1 Jll mm Ik A Oeeae dreraed. V lb 00 Hnjr. ion a oo llama unokeu, V lb 8 llldee.frt-ea.9 lb....4X8 Breawax. V lb Bnnt V bu 1 SO Buckwheat. V ba 7ii Mapie buaar, at 10...JX9MI Poiatora. V ba 73 Ham. lb I Salt. fine. V bbl .a 73 Hall, Aahton. lb S Sail. Common. V bbl.. 1 33 Salt, Solar. i Mil 2 Ml Sh-ep Felta, P lb 33 Turkt-radmaed. Plblo Tlm.MhT aeed,..! 15tal 33 Wool. P lb OtmVU c nickrna qrraaea. w id... Clorer oned. bu. J oum4 oo Calf 6kloa.lt lb 7 Deaco Skina. lb..406U Ducktdreaecd, lb lul BUTTKM Dalrr. lb IS0) Creamery, a lb - Emr.Vdos ia feathers, lb 7o Grain, Flour and Feed. CORRECTED WEEKLY BT H. B. HAMLIN'. saXLUO. FLOtTt Bnt White. sack . Beat Kt-d. lack ... No. X P ivk Graham, p cwi Buckwheat Flour, .... Bolted Meal. V cwt ... Meal. P cwt Cnop cwt Mlldllnm.wcwl Sauna, p cwt Oil MraL V cwt Bran, V ewt 7a P ton IS on Corn, helled, P ba 4" Corn In ear, p bo. ...... Oata, V ba -X Clover aeed. 9 ba 3 73 Tlnwthy aeed. p ba...l So Panxa. 1 an 1 .1 3 u 1 SO 1 ui ...wi ...Hi Corn, abelled. V ba S3 com. iu ear, r ou ..... ata.P bu 33 Wu.-al, P bu H.V11W" Clorer aeed. P bu a so rimotby eacd. P bu...l 33 ...7.1 .3 UUl Do You Believe It? That in this town there are scores of per ons passing our stoia every day whoa lives are luade miwrable by indigestion dyspep sia, soar aad distressed stomach, liver coin plaint, constipation, when, Hr 75 cts. we will sell them Stiiloff'a Vitalixer, guaran teed to cure them. Sold by .Everett a Starr, Wellington, O. BUSINESS LOCALS. "He seems to have been shot lu the diaphragm," said the doctor. "Oh, no," said the weeping wife, "he was shot right in the shoe shop and those new collars at Fi'.ch's are the nicest he ever wore." From all parts of the country reports come of the Immense sales and increasing demand for that deservedly popular 8ewins: Machine, The Old and ReUable "Stahdabd' the price of which the proprietors wisely reduced to $20 including all the attachments, and at once secured for them a popularity among the people, far beyond that attained by any other machine at any price, the consequence of which is, agent are leaving the old high priced machines, and seeking territory for the "Standard." Knowing from exper ience that with the best goods at the lowest price they can outsell all other machines, where the superior quality and low price Is made known. This splendid machine com bine all the improvements. Ia far ahead of all others In beanty and durability of its work, ease of management, light running and certainty of operaUon, is sensibly made upon sound principles, with positive work ing parts all steel, and can be safely put down aa the very perfection of a serviceable sewing machine, in every particular, that will outlast any machine, and at a price far down below any other. It is thoroughly warranted for Ave years. Kept in order free ot charge. And sent to any part of the country for examination by the customer before payment of the bill. We can predict equally as large a demand for them in this section as in others. Families wishing the best machine manufactured should write di. rect to the Factory, and enterprising persons wishing to setae the chance should apply for so desirable au agency. 8ee advertisement in snother part of this paper. Address Stand ard Machine Co., Cor. Broadway and Clin ton Place, New York. "Bad Doctored a Number of Years." Des Moines, Iowa, May 13, 1878. Dr. M. M. Fenncr, Fredonia, N. Y., Dear sir: I had doctored a number of years for ' Biliousness, Rheumatism and Heart Disease, but found no relief. When in Elrairs, N. Y., I used your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic with great success. 1 am satisfied if more of it were used there would be less sickness. Please send me two bottles by express. Yours truly, Alex. W. Patox. Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic may well be called "The conquering hero of the times. It is the medical triumph of the age. Who ever has "the blues" should take it, for it regulates and restores the disordered system that gives rise to them. It al ways cures Billiousness and Liver Com plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa tion, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen Enlargments, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pim ples, Blotches, and all skin eruptions and blood disorders; Swelled Limbs and Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves and Nervous Debility; Restores flesh and strength when the system is running down or going into decline; enres Fe male Weakness and Chronic Rheuma tism, and relieves Chronic Bronchitis, and all Lung and Throat difficulties. It does these things by striking at the root of disease and removing its causes. Dr. Fenner's Improved Cough Honey will relieve any cough in one hour. Dr. Fenner's Golden Relief cures any pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or headache in 6 to 80 minutes, ana reauiiy relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint, diarrhoea, dysentery. For sale by Dr. S. B. Emerson. Dr. Fenner's St. Vitus Dance Specific. One bnttlo always cures. For sale by dealers. . The first record of paper money is found in the account of the dove bringing the green back to Noah in the ark." It takes but a small greenback to goto, nobby spring hat at Fitch's. "Qootl BorVIiug, Bister Jones. Suid Smith on his way to business, and then added, "This weather bakes by catarrh worse ad worse." "Well," said Jones, "You certainly never have heard ' of the 'Constitutional Catarrh Remedy.' That's a sure cure." The medicine is for sale by Everett & Starr, Wellington, Ohio, and by Strong, Cobb & Co., Cleveland, Ohio. For Lame Bark, siileni chest nse SITI LOU'il POltOUS PLASTER. Price 25 cts. Sold by Kverttt a. Starr. "Well, to tell the truth, papa, I didn't think much of the close of the sermon,-" said a fashionable young la dy. "Probably you were thinking more of the clothes of tho congregation," rt; plied her father. If you want nice fitting clothes go down to Fitch's and let Mcitk take your measure. IWiwli Everybody to Know. Rev. George II. Thayer, an old citizen of tins vicinity, known to everyone as a most influential citiz-n aud christian iniuister of the M. E. Church, j-ist at this moment stopped iu our store to say, "I wish every body to know that I consider that both my self and wife owe our lives to EJliiloh's Con sumption Cure. It is having a tremendous sale over onr counters aud is giving perfect satisfaction in all cases of Lung Diseases, snch as nothing e'se lias done. Dcs. Match ett ft France. Bourbon, lnd., Mav 15th, 187S. Sold by Everett k Starr, Wellington, Ohio. The Knisely Shirt Co., Of Mansfleld, O., hu appointed F. C. LEACH, Agent. For Wellington and vicinity. Those wanting a flrst claas ahirt made to-order should aire htm a call Sims At W. W. BARVKrS. For Sale or Kent. House of eight rooms, oo Clay St.. In rood order. House oa Cortland Ave., seven rooms, nearly new. House on Prospect St.. eight rooms, nearly new. All the above have good cellars, fruit and barns In connection with room for a good garden. Apply to tf . B, J. ROBINSON. Real Bitate Agent. Aluituiwtrtors Sale. I win offer at pubue sale a Hoota aad Lot la the village of Wellington, on Barker Street, known as the Ellxs M. Hamilton place, said sale to take place Saturday, March 13th, 1870, commencing at 10 o'clock, A. M., oa the place. LOOMI8 WHITOW, Feb. 4th. I87B. 30wS Administrator. Sale of ltoal Estate by Order of Court. On Saturday, the 5th day of April, A. D. 1878, at the hour of 1 o'clock, P. M,. on the premises In Pen Sold township, wlU be sold to the highest bidder the following real estate aa the property of James Dis brow. deceased, to-wit: Being part of Tract No. 1. la section of laad conveyed by Caleb At water to Abi gail Andrews, bounded north by laad conveyed to Ruth Cook by Caleb Atwater, east by land conveyed to Gideon B. PenScld. south by the rait and west center section line of said towsshlp.snd west by the center of a north and south road which wss Intended ta be laid one mile west of tha north aad south cen ter road, the same to extend from said western boun dary far enough east to make sixty aad sixty ona handredtba (OU OO-IOO) acres of land, subject to the right of dower of Cynthia Dlsbrow and her right of hoaeatead. Appraised at $1. SSO. Terms of sale, one-thtrd down, one-third ta oaa year sad oae-thlrd In two years aad Interest KL1SHA SUSLDON, 33t . Administrator of James Dlsbrow. Uean make money faater at work for ua than at anything els. Capital not required: we will itartyuu. SIS a day at home made by the Indus trious. Men. women, boys aud ,;irla wanted everywhere to work fur ua. Now la the time. Coat ly oat Hi and terms free. Address Taos A Co., Aa gnata, Msino. H-iTyl I mm MOKPnilE ksUt slas. Rr fall p.rtie.Un- Or C irltua, I B. Clara ac, bSKata,,!, The finest and best assorted styles of visiting cards ever brought to Wel lington are in our new stock, and will be printed cheap to order at this oftice. BEST business yon can engage in. f 5 to S20 per dny made by any woraer oi eunei sex. right In their own localities. Par tieulara and san.Dlea worth SO free, lm rove vonr abare time at this business. Addres Tixsoa A Co., rortlaad, Maine. U-x7yl 22 STEAM JOB OFFICE. New Press! New Type! We Lave this week put in a large Job Press, equal to all the demands that will be made upon tjs for commercial printing. We are also prepared with type and paper to do the work for this and adjoining towns, and we are determined to do it if good work and fair prices will secure it. Special rates given usiness houses for large orders. ' Please call and examine our work and get prices and if you find you can make money by it, help us to build up a home enterprise that shall be a credit to the town and that will many times prove a convenience to yourselves. . r , . What Do You Soy? About those Xenia Sugar-Cured Hams? Well, to speak it simple, they look down on everything else, are just right in ev ery particular. We . received the first shipment of them last week. Remem ber that no others compare with them. Herbert says they will cause the eye to shine "like a tallow candle in a cellar." You can't afford to go dirty when you can buy Soap so cheap. We have a mul titude of it, and a number of kinds. Be clean, it may make you a fortune; so sayeth Herbert W. Hall, M. D. If you want Light come and get the Water White Oil, and make the family cheerful and avoid a number of bad worda that are so often used in describ ing the merits of the common oil. Our stock of Wooden Bowls runs from the smallest to the largest sizes. Butter factories can be supplied. . Out of Five Brands of Flour anybody can suit themselves. We have one brand that excels everything else In the market. Remember we make It a specialty to suit everybody on Dishes, Glassware, Table Cutlery and all goods belonging to that line. Fresh-roasted Coffee is always stronger and finer flavored. After roasting it is constantly losing its aroma apd absorbs water. Our coffee is alwitys fresh roasted. We roast it ourselves. Her bert is the "medical attendant." A fresh stock of New Garden Seeds just received. Come to the Grocery and Crockery Headquarters, which is at BOWLBY & HALL. The Self-Threading Shuttle and Sel'-Scttlng Needle and other Valuable licprovd . meat are now applied td the Light-Running " Domestic Sewing Machiive Which makes it the best Under-feed Sewing Machine made. I am also agent lor the Davis Vertical-Feed The New Home Sewing Machines, each of which has advan tages peculiar to itself, which recommends them lor a variety of uses and make them Second to none in the market. Paities desiring machines will find it to their advantage to give me a call. All ma chines warranted. AU kinds of Sewing Machine Needles and also a fine quality oi Sewing Machine Oil kept for sale. S. P. HASTINGS, Ag't, Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, O' Jan. 16th lyr. You are cordially invited to inspect our large stock of Furniture The Largest, The Best Assorted, Most Durable. Do not be induced to purchase a Bingle article of FURNITURE Until you have called AT HEADQUARTERS! Please remember our competi tors do not pretend to coin - pete with us in the Quality of our Work. . A.G.&G.L.C0UC11, 'Wellington. O. Sale Bills Give us a call. printed at thin office on short notice and on moat reasonable terms. WD PRINTING Good Work! Low Prices! 1 Just published, ta a Staled Envelop. Price t cts. A Lecture on the Nartrss, Treatment, and Badlca. cure of Seminal Weakness, or Spermatorrhata, in duced bv Self - Abuse. Involuntary Emissions. Impo teney, N'ervous Debility, and Impedimenta to Mar riage generally; Conauinptinn, pitepcy, and Fits; Mental aud Physical Incapacity, Ac By ttOBKKT J. CULVbUWELL, M. D., author of tha "Green Book. etc. The world-renowned author. In this admirable Lec ture, clearly proves from his own experience that the awfnl couseauer.ees of Self Abuse mar be effectually removed without medicine, and without dang-eroos surgical operations, bougies, instruments, rings, or eordlsla; pointing out a mode of cure st once certain and effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter wnat ill. conauion may oe, msy cure HimwiH cucsp ly, privately and radically. E7Thlt Lecture wU) prove a boon to thousands and Uiousands. - i 8nt under seal. In a plain envelope, to any addreaa, post paid, on receipt of six cents ur a postage stamps. Address the Publishers, ..... Tho CxLlverwell Uedical Co., 41 Ann St.. New York, P.O. Box 4586. ass aSs Ak a week In your own town. $5 Ontfl VRR fna No liak. Reader, if yon waa tjrlWW a business at which persons of either sex can make great par all the tin-e they work, wri.e for paitieolara to H. Hallbtt A V.O. , rortiana, ataine- st-xyt- The Great Natural External Remedy for ' Acute and Inflammatory Rheuma tism, Gout, Selatiea. Lumbago, Neuralit-a tX Severe Bodily Pain. Immediate Relief Guaranteed ! Endorsed hy the Medical Profession as the only E XTKK.VAL CURK known to science. ' Prairie Oil la extracted purely from the vegetable kingdom, embodying no mineral compound, is per fectly harmless In its operation, and la InfaUlbla la Ha results. Tho most agravated and painful cases are relieve J it okcb after one or two applications, while In almoat every Instance one bottle will effect a per manent cure. .. Fna Otrrwaas Usa Oaxr, no rabbins or frSstion required. PRICK ONE DOLLAR. Prairie Oil Coo: Murray St., N. Y. And Druggists generally. Pamphlet containing treatise on the diseases and particulars of the remedy, with testimonials, sent oa application. lS-2Sryl The New Era (iOFEEE! Is made from choice White Winter Flint Wheat By Putnam's Patent Process of Prepar ing, Steaming, Drying; and Boasting, and Is a perfectly pure article, free from any adulteration whatever. IT IS A KEKVE FOOD. It can be used by those who cannot use Imported Coffees, and contains vir tues and health-producing elements not possessed by tea or coffee. Physicians universally indorse it as a healthful table driuk. A prominent physician and surgeon of San Francis co, Cal., writes us, "It Is the Wonder of the Age !" What the People Say of It. Having used the New Era Coffee for the past year, I believe its eueral introduction will prove a permanent good. L. M. LEE x. . Dorchester, Sept. Sd, 1878. Having used It In my family for the past year and tested its excellent qualities, I be lieve it is a real sanitary boon to people gen erally. AFKED C. QAKBATT, X. D. 37llojlston St., Boston. . I consider it a most heathful and nutrit ious beverage and free from all the injurious effects of tea and coffee. EDWARD PAGE 83 Commonwealth Av., Boston,May 29, '78. For ten months I have drank the New Era Coffee. The palpitation of the heart which I have experienced from drinking Java Cof fee has entirely ceased. I thin It it excellent. N. W. STEAKS. 298 Columbus Ave., Boston nay 20th, 1878. I have used the New Era Coffee for the past nine months, and ao much, pleased with it that 1 intend drinking-it constantly. JOSEPH BANARD, 1. D. Neponset, July 16th, 1878. for sale bv W. W. Hakvet. T- wOOaLAatTIa), Manufacturer of CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, Wagons and Sleighs. - Having ouiehasei the interest ef P- Thomaa in thecarriage business, I shall vote my entire time and energy to supply- ids; everything in my line that, me Leoessi-t ties of my customers demand I have a large stock of new and aecoud hand carriages which will be old at prices to suit the times. Offioe and Factory at the old stand as formerly. Thankful for past favors, I so licit a continuance of your patronage. 2iu40yl - T. DO LAND. THIS PAPER EEcS Newspjper Advertising; IUireuu (10 Spruce) Street), wiiereadvor- Bisasfaa a faa ea mm 7jriIEu YORK. rrnm U1TCLE ROBINSON'S OYSTER DEPOT I kltL bow in daily receipt of fresh Oysters from Baltimore, and will sell bulk and can oys ters cheaper than ever, by the dish, served up in every style. For church and benevolent objects I will make reasonable deductions, also to merchants?. Please do not foriret that I keep a full snp ply of Groceries and Provisions, together with Fruits and Confectionery. Tobacco and Cigars, Lunch and Hot Tea and Coffee at all hours, and no pains spared to accommodate all who call. , Thankful for past favors I remain your humble servant, . B. J. E0BINS0N. "THE HARVEST iSMPAST AND THE SUMMER IS ENDED.", Now Tnakn "DECEMBER AS PLEAS ANT AS MAY" by providing yourselves with one of our elegant Stoves of which we have The Cream of the World, The old reliable Argand, The beautiful Golden, Star, The Majestic Garland and The glittering -Gold Coin, And this is not all ! . . We can show yon the finest , V EA1T3:BS ' V . i . AND ' '.. ", Made in the world, and wood Seating Stoveo Unequaled in beanty, quality and price on the American continent. We sell every thing in our lie eat bottom prices and guar antee satisfaction. , - We generally have second hand stoves that we aeU cheap. - - -- Larcp and lamp goods is one of onr specialties. - ". x' . ' Come and See Us X Xas&xTc ; & ; PSZZ.CS, ' L" " "' ' ' J " .V vol 11-lS-ly. LIVEBY GTABLDs Having purchased the large Wareroom formerly owned by TV Doland, and fitted it up for a Livery Stable and furnished it with first-class rigs, all new, I am prepared to meet every want of the public in my line. (Jood teams furnished at all hours and at reasonable rates. P. C. THOMAS. Ua-sOvl A Rare Chance. . . Bush & Bkldktt wish to say tD their customers and - the public generally, that they contemplate closing out their clothing business and have de cided to mftke a slaughter in prices. All desirable goods will be sold at cost : those a little off will be sold regardless of cost. WE MEAN BUSINESS. If you don't believe it come and see for yourselves. Cash, and nothing else, will be taken for goods at cost. BUSH & BELDEN. Aug. 28th, 1878. li-i. tf PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE rOS SPEEMATTOEHCEA. -: "SEMINAL PASTILLE" A alt-able IHaeoverT and Nc-cr 1 -fMi-tu. tn Sird ical Icrfc-?, an -mtiixly Kv aitd n-tsa&ixel-r HStrt ire Iau tif tor the p edr and jrsrnuanent Car ot &rsiual miMlozia t Ioxpoteiicy bjr tha only true wayvis: Direos AfTTllifwat invi St, lka wrwirs SSA.E , ,1,1 O SCanf Ak MST1LLI ripa! scat of tha Dlatnae, act in by Ab orptlom. and exxr tinjc its tp jiiie influence ou the terminal V cs clea Zbao ulutorr DactI-rormt OlAodami Urrthrau Tbeuaa ot t :. Remedy is a terxlrU with tm pain oriimnvnieiwc, H ia qric'ilr diehcd vnd soon lrrtcii prsdmwig as la: mediate txkth.i-ag and i-aatotaii'a effect -upon the ncx nai and Dcrvoas oraeiataJ - wrecked trom setf-sba and excesses, stopping lii drain from the wy tes, re-toj-lnjrthe mind to healtn arid sound memory, rcn-ovins; tha Dimncaa of Sic at, Ncrroui Debility, Confusion of Idcaa, Aversion to 8 oolety, EieJ!. sxi-d the airr anee of prematCTfo old ataTa uualy a cram pw wine this trualsLe. saJ ttUarlnf perfccl Sexnnl Visor, wheie it has been dormant tor jvars, This snode of ter-aUatasHft bat stood the test tn very severs cases, and i now a pronoin.ecd necsss. Zru4TS are too mtch pnsrribrd In these aoubles. aiul, as many can besr witness to, with but Kt!e H any neiTDnnentEuod. There is no KuMcnsw aboot thss Preparm lion, Prstrtical nhservs'ton enahlesTTss to positively ruArmn to that it will rivs aatiafssctton. During tha elght jrcarsthat it has been in jfenersl we have UkoaMiKl ot trelimonlflls as tv its value, and it is bow coneeeda. ed by the Medirat Profession to ba tha Tanost ntiunai ineane yot discovered of Teaching snd earing this very prev slent trouble, tftai is well known to ba tha cstsss of tsstord misery to so mane, and vpon whom qnaoks prey with theiruseless nostram and bisr feoa-The Bsxnedyls pot up in a neat box, smooch to last mouta. amt snat in a plain wrapper by mail eraled Ur S. Two sniss. (sssflli li ntlii r4fa ta rteiTOKucntcure onlcss in severe cases) 9 Three boxes Is sting I area fb.Il months- will stop em isstorts, and restore -rijror, in the worst cs sea. $7.. rail DIMMGnQX9 for ttsintr will nooompsny KACH BOX. Send for a Descrit-tiva Pamphlet ffviuf AawsAsflatasirv IUiisrtrmlions, which will convinc tha mnst socntWal Vthat they can be re-stored s perssct manlrsd ami ntted for the dutjea of lite, sama as if never anvcaed, W arrt 8ralsd for stamp to any aa. Sold OZiXY by the HARRIS REM EDY CO. MfQ.CMEMt3TS. Mswstand8rta, 8ta, T. LOWS. -WO. MADAM!! - TOado yoa cany that rusty-look tn? lwswfftasT Bar, when yoa call make It look lost as well aa a new oee with - , Eiiows rsENCH DSEssnra, OR BLOWS SATIN" POLISH t And tfow'flet the children's boots look ao rasty and shabby, whoa aa feoa.M awfiaJs caa ba given them by either of these Dressings, which yoa can get at any Shoe store. It will not soil the skirts la consequence of their "Teat popolarlty. 1 her are several imitations. To kwep peace ia tha faaaily, Rive your ftisMas a oas. ws BROWN'S AEMT & KA7Y BLACKIKH, he mar be on aa equal I ' De on aa equal raonag. the himhmmt awwawietsa. and aMstaf he Paris KxposUioa. wis. . Awaraea im SMdsUattBel for Sale by Or. S. B.Emerson.