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Thursday, Aptil 24, 1879.
W, HOUGHTON. M. H. HOUGHTON',
KDITOK.
C. C. C.& I. R. R. Time-table.
Trains leave Wellington Station m fol
low :
GOING SOUTH.
Ko L Cfe. A lad. Bipms ud Mail.. 8:SS a. X.
Ko. a. at. Lois ClaelaaaH Itxpiesa . . 1:10 r.x.
Xa a. Went Tipuss. Mail 8:57 r.a.
Ho. r Gtaralaad AeeoaaiaodatloB,. ....... aaop.n.
Local rrelcau... 8: as a. k. audi: JO p. a.
GOING NORTH.
KO.S. KIka Express. tllall. .. 5:40 a. K.
Xo..-ei Load Cta,Kxaiai Mao.... 1:38 r.x.
Ko. . Gerataad Zxpress. ftai p.m.
Ko. a. Cssralsa AeeomaMdatloa, :ss a-m.
Xiaeal Fratcata. .3:to7:OS p..
" W. H. FISHER. Aawat,
Church Directory.
DISCIPLE, CHURCH. Scrrtcea eTerr Sabbath at
10:30 A. M sad 7MO P. M. Babbstb School at 11
M. Prmrer Meetlns; oa Tharsday evenings. W. B.
Tasainsoa. pastor- ,
COK6RKOATIOKAL CHURCH. Berrlees ererr
Babesia at K:SO A. M. ud 7:00 p. M. Sabbath
behool at U at. Prarer Meella;oe Thursday erea
lags. J. A. Daly pastor.
XKTHODIBT EPISCOPAL CHCRCH. thin lies er
err Sabbath at KKSO A. hf . aad 7:o P. M- Sabbath
Sabbath School at 1 ht. Prayer ateetlac oa Tatt ra
dar OTcataca. X. 8. Albright, pastor.
Arrival and Departure of Malls.
hack una.
Obertta, I AirlTa Taeaday, Thnradar and Saturday
BjtMalArrlra dally at ra A.X. Leave at
HaBtractaav ) Antra Voaday. Wednesday aad Frl
BoUlTaa, eaw at 1 P. at. Leers Taraday.Thara
Polk. , ) day aadSatariay atauao A. M.
PenfleM. )
Spencer, rArrlTa Taeaday. Thanday aad Sersr-
uoaMrruiav f aay at 11 A. au mst. hit. a. '
PubUsher's Notice.
The address label oa each paper ahowa the data ta
what h the aahearlbar ha paid. Uos:
Jerry Smith 1 jan 79 .
Btfnltesthst Mr. Smith has paid for ate paper antn
Jaaaan I.e. 187a. Tha nail llat la corrected weekly.
By eoaaajttaa- tha addieea label erery aabeerlber eaa
tell la aa la- how hi. account etaada. aad wheth
er be haa raeeirad proper credit oa oar hooka.
Ketteaa laa-nrl lath ool-ana at 10 ceaU per 1
aatnto type.
THE DKKBT l a new style Hat lost
lecelvedatlltcVa. ..
. FITCH has J ait shelved an elegant line
of Clothing for Men, Bora and Children, at
prices lower than erer.
DIAMOND 8HIST8, 75 cents to tl.50;
other brands at 50 to 65 cents at Jltch'e.
SULTANA Is a new patent elastic back
standing collar, merer seen befure In this
market. ' Ton can now see It at Fitch's.
Ton can get two good linen collars, lat
est style, fresh from factory for aa even
cjaaruratFUch'B. .
' Ton can' get a Laundrled Shirt for SO
cents at Flteh's-
S3 cents will ret a fair working shirt aad
60 cents a heavy chevolt with double back,
made to order, at Fitch's. ' . -
Spring cloths are to .and Meitk is busy
snaking p those nobby suits at Fitch's- -
- -.
. If yon want n nice tie or crarat you can
get It at Fitch's.., . . ..! . . ...
The saost popular and fragraat perfume
of the day Is "Hackmatack." Try It. Sold
by Irerett Starr, Walllnrton, Ohio.
Graining-. .
HaTlng secured the serrlces of a CUto
laad graiaer, who makes graining a special
ty, I an now prepared to take orders in
graining oak, black walnut, chestnut, etc
Orders by mall promptly attendee1 to. .
eotf. - - . . W. B. 8TF.PHXNSON.
- Millinery.
Mrs. A. H. Palmer would inform the la
dles of WeWaanonlfcnd.Tictn.ty that ahe has
Just opened a Sne line of Bonnets, Hats,
Bibboas, Flowers, Trimmings, Etc all xiw
eoors and ahe baUeree they can be sold aa
cheap as aay ever offered in this Tillage, to
an inspection of which all are cordially In
vited. Koom one door south of Baldwin,
Laundoa A Co.'a, up stairs. ' Sltf
Wanted Good Teal Culres.
We will pay the highest market price for
good veal calves, from S to 8 weeks old. Will
also pay top prion for good fat ateera and
heifers, weighing from nine to thirteen hun
dred poundai Fat hogs and sheep wanted at
: all rimes ta be need ta our new market. ,
99U - ' ' ' MINIS dC MOREHOUSE.'
'We Challenge the World."'
When we say we believe, we have evidence
to prove that Shlloh's Consumption Cure is
decidedly the best Lung Medicine made. In
aa mack as it will cure a common or chronic
ao-jh la eete half the time and relieve Aatl-
ma,- Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Croup,
aad show more eases of Consumption enred
' than all others. It will cere where they fail,
It pleassatto take, harmless to the young.
; eat child, aad we guarantee what we say.
Price 10 cents, 50 eenta and tl. If your
lungs are sore, back or chest lame, use Sbi
loh'a Porous Plaster. Bold by Everett ck
attarr, Wellington, Ohio. . ,
New Paint Shop.
Mr. Frank 8. Powers has fitted up a Paint
Shop in the room first door east of Croeiers
warehouse, sad Is bow pre Dared to do any
thing In the Una of House, sign sad Carriage
Fain ting. He proposes to make Carriage
Painting -n specialty sad will give prices
lower taea ever before beard of In Welling
ton aad warrant s flrstlaae Job. - Slt4
- No Deception Used.
It is strange so many people will continue
to suffer day after day with Dyspepsia, jJt
' er complaint, Coaatipatioa, Sour Stomach,
General Debility-, when tney eaa procure at
our store BhOoh's Titallser, free of coat If
It does not eare or relieve them. Price 73
ceata. Sold by Everett A Starr, Wellington
atn-eOyl
a
From all parts of the country reports eotne
' of the immense salee and Increasing demand
fnr that ileal i imilT do D alar Sewinr Machine,
Tha Old and Reliable "3takpaJ." the price
of which the proprietors wisely reduced to
i $st iaclodtnc ail the attachments, aad at
. once secured Ur them a populartty among
k 'a.iaaiao.'' KBCrwrn from . exper
ience that with the W- -epsa the lowest
price they eaa ewtaeJ ad other maehlaea,
where Ue superior quality and low price la
nuda knoeraT This splendid machine com.
bines all the improvements. Is far ahead ol
all atha. iCaaatw and durabilitT of its
work, aaae of management, light runniug
ana certain tr or water Bon, is nsuj weue
unon aoaed'ariivHria arith DOaiUve work
ing parts all steel, and can be aafely put
down aa the wn nerfeerJon of a serviceable
sewing marhtaa, in every particular, that
will outlast aay aaacbiaa, and at a price far
uowai aamw any other. It is thorourmy
warranted lot a rears. Kept In order free
of charge. And seat to aav part of the
. eouatry lor evsmiaaUon by tha customer
nexore payment of tha Mil . We can predict
equally as large a demand for them la this
section as la others. Families wishing the
beat machine manufactured should write di
rect to the Factory, and eatarnriain.
wishing to aeiae the chance should apply for
sodawhrable aa agency. Ban sdrerUsement
,V?USLP"?J0 Paper. Addreea Stand
a d Machine Co., Cor. Broadway aad Clin.
evsi uki new lOH.
v. -other machipeat any prleay the conaeooeace
of wbieh K ' 'eats are leaving the old high
nrieed mat. -aa. aad seelrrng territory for
Local tv&d lXiscolUaeous.
Frank Sernge Is painUn hi store
front.
Mrs. Hood is building an addition
to ner house.
Don't let the printer be the last
man you pay.
Gasoline by the gallon or barrel at
uraok B. Serage's.
Reliable receipts for coloring given
away with all dye stuffs sold at Everett
4 Starr's. . . 31-4t
A lady's pin was found by the walk
near the Disciple Church. Enquire of
II. Bennett.
Don't fail this spring to replace
the dead shade trees with live ones
wherever It is required.
Frank Powers has decided to open
a business on bis own account, See
his card in this Issue.
Fob Salb. A line horse, seven
years old, perfectly sound, true, antTVil Church have paid on the parsonage.
gentle. Inquire at this office. Sltf
Fitch has nice Percale Shirts for
boys, cheaper than you can buy the ma
terials and make them at home.
Fob Rbxt. Two good brick houses
in the west part of the village. In
quire of C. W. Hkukkwat.
9
For Saul House on corner of
North Main and Vine streets, at a great
sacrifice. Inquire of
A. S. Powbbs.
j Rube Miller, the colored man from
Bellevue, won In the foot race at New
London Tuesday. The race was for a
pursa of 500.
After the severe winter and conse
quent loss of house plants, let those
who have a supply divide up and make
their neighbors happy.
Mrs. Butler, wife of the superin
tendent of the Plymouth public schools,
was tha guest of Hit. and Mrs. H. O.
Biggs, on Sabbath last.
Photographs of nearly 200 designs
to order from of the beautiful White
Bronse Mouuments can now be seen
at tbe office of R. N. Goodwin. It
Orrin Dirlam, of Huntington, aged
87 years, had two bad teeth extracted
at Dr. Holbrook's office last Monday
His courage and nerve was equal to
his age.
Dr. McClaran has rented the
rooms in the second story or O. M.
Scroop's building for an office. We
think there are none In town so well
adapted to the purpose.
Agent Fisher offers to furnish coal
cinders to fill up the mud holes near
the depot, If the authorities will dis
tribute them. Wouldn't It be well to
accept his proposition ?
The excavation for foundation and
basement of the new post office - was
commenced last Friday, the Bunce
block having been previously removed
to the west part of the village.
Mrs. A. II. Palmer has s card in
this Issue announcing that she will
open a millinery store in tbe loom for
merly occupied by Mrs. A. L. Dewey,
south of Baldwin, Laundon dt Co.'s
store.
The fire in Mr. Crosler's house was
not the fault of the grate setting, but
from letting the ash pit get to full as
to nearly reach to tbe floor joist, and
the hot coals from below set fire to the
timbers.
We have printed receipts for color
ing with directions for use, which we
give to all purchasing dye stuffs at our
store. They have all had years of
trial and will be fou nd reliable.
3l-4t J. W.Hocohton.
'jpOn Sunday last, tbe double team of
Hon. S. S. Warner, hitched to a two-
seated carriage and left standing in the
yard for a few moments, became
frightened and ran away, making al
most a total wreck of the carriage.
Any one who has tried has found It
a difficult thing to arrange boots and
shoes to look well in a show-window.
Mr. II us ted has succeeded In overcome
ing this by his elegant show-case.
C. H. Bush may deserve some credit
utt here.
R- F. Jones, of Wellington, has a
fine Jersey bull, bred by the noted Im
porter and breeder, W. L. Gardner,
Norwalk, Ohio. It. is thoroughbred
and Is recorded in the American Jersey
Cattle Club Register, and Is a very fine
animal.
Hollo way's Pills and Ointment,
advertised in another column, will be
found at Houghton's drug store. They
haye s reputation established by years
of use, and need no recommendation to
those who are aquainted with their
merits. Try them. .. 31-4t
A five hours' walking match' on
the fair grounds last Saturday, between
A. M. Slade, of Solon, and E. A. Brown
of this place, resulted in the defeat of
the lormer, he becoming exhausted at
the expiration of four hours and ten
minutes. Brown walked 20 1-10 miles
and Slade 19 3-10.
A colored man la the employ of
Dr. McClaran, left foe parts unknown
some time during Monday night; but
not until he had relieved Mr. Jesse
Fienner, the doctor's next-door neigh
bor, of a fine suit of clothes. A dis
patch from Columbus states that he
was seen In that city on Tuesday.
The friends of H. O. Biggs and
wife made them a surprise crystal wed
ding on the 15th. anniversary of their
wedding, which occurred last Monday
eveulng. The company gathnred at the
American House and dropped in on
tbem just as the were about to retire.
They received a large number of pres
ents.
A German who travels for a New
York wholesale house, standing near
while we were scribbling Items for the
Ektb bfbisb, said: "Sir, I vlll gifc
you something to write I This morn
ing when I starts out from Clefeland,
the baggage master says my trunk
weighs one hundred and foofty-fife
pounds, and I must pay d wen ty-fife
cents for the fife pounds too much
I tells him, I zee your whole railroad
in In s place vot Is hot you know be
fore I pays you any twenty-vive cents.
"Well, what did you do about it 7" we
asked. "I shust opens my trunk and
takes out a box vot Is more than file
pounds heavy, and carries it In my
hand, then be checks my trunk and
says uot'lng." '
At the M. E. Church Sociable last
week, at J. H. Bowlby's, Instead of ta
ble refreshments they had "The Song
of the Seven" represented by person
atlons, each character being well adapt
ed to her part and the entertainment
pleasing. We wish It might be repeat
ed in a larger room with more to enjoy
it. There are better things than late
suppers for the cultivation of our so
cial natures,
One of the sweetest songs we have
heard this many a day is entitled "We
Shall Meet all the Little Ones There,"
words and mutic by Will L. Thomp
son, East Liverpool, Ohio. The song
is an inspiration of comfort, sure
lv. to all whose homes hare been in
vaded by death. It Is one of the few
compositions which will live for gen
erations. To all lovers of muslo we
Bay, send 40 cents to the author and
bless the household by a copy of this
gem. Methodist Recorder
iA-The Ladies' Aid Society of the AT
which they bought three years ago
this month, $794.80, interest included.
A year ago they also paid $300 on the
church debt, and have within a few
months given 8176.35 to calls of benev
olence" from abroad, goods amounting
to $68.35 being sent to missionary sta
tions In Utah, and money and boxes of
clothing to Mr. Ryder, who Is work
ing among the freed men at New
Orleans. They have besides expended
enough on the parsonage to keep it in
good repair.
Mrs. Lucetta Graham, wife of Mr.
Angus Graham and mother of Mrs.
W. F. Eccleston, died at her home In
this Tillage on Thursday, April 17th,
at 3 o'clock. She had been sick for
some time, and her death was hourly
expected for the past two weeks. Her
disease was cancer of the stomach, as
learned by a post mortem examination.
The funeral will take place at the house
at 10 o'clock, nd the remains will be
burled in the cemetery at Litchfield the
same day. Medina Gazette.
Mrs. Graham was the mother of
I Mrs. Daniel Peters of this place.
MpOur sidewalks are In bad condition
Tin many placea. One year ago the
committee uu wauaa caoTosaeu tue
whole village and inspected them care
fully. Notice was then given to lot
owners to repair or put down new ones,
as In their judgment was needed.
A few did so, but many have not as yet
paid the slightest attention to the order
of the council. Many other bad placea
have been made during the winter by
driving over them, and it would be in
order to have them repaired at once.
A friend at our elbow'suggests that the
council pasa a law empowering the su
pervisor to go on and make repairs
without notice, and charge the expen
ses to lot owners. Then tbe public
would run less risk of broken limbs by
stepping into the many holes that are
criminaly left open.
There haa been rather more than
the usual amount of sickness in Wel
lington this Spring. They have been
mostly casea of lung affection, and
have been severe, especially with aged
people. Jasper Comstock, Burt Davis
and Ellaar Smith are among the
more recent caset. The two first are
convalescing, the latter at this writing
is still seriously ill but is expected to
recover. Mrs. John Under, an aged
lady, has been confined to the house
and bed for many weeks with very lit
tle prospect of recovery. We have not
been Informed of the nature of the di
sease. There are still others on tbe
sick list whose names have escaped us,
by means of a treacherous memory.
We hope the fine weather which has
finally reached us will aid in speedily
restoring all to their accustomed
health.
When yen have had your home
paper for years and years and confessed
that it was the first one sought, and the
most eagerly read ; and when .yon
have always paid for It about a year
after it is due, don't you think It a
retlly handsome thing to do, to come
round and tell the printer that you
have paid out all your money for other
periodicals and must economize by
stopping the local paper? How it
cheers him as he works, to reflect upon
the business sagacity, the tendency to
deal Justly, the Instinctive and univer
sal goodness and the politeness of the
human race, especially the politeness-
It Is enough to make a man rise right
up and embrace the genius who'invent
ed "cheek." The looking-glass, the cam
era and the photographer, altogether,
cannot show off a man as he will un
awares do It himself.
It has now beon a long time since
we have called upon our subscribers
for money. In looking over our book
we find many whose subscriptions have
long been due. Our rule, like that of
other papers, is to require advance
payment, but for various reasons we
have given time to many. We cheer
fully accommodate those who need
time, but there are many who can as
well pay now as ever, and they should
remember that these small sums consti
tute our running capital. We ueed
every dollar due us now, and every one
can tell how bis account stands by re
ferring to the date after his name on
the margin of the paper. The date
shows the time to which you have
paid, and as we have now waited on
some of you a year, would't you like
to come in and pay that and also give
us an advance payment for the next
year? Don't forget It, but come in,
or if you live at a distance enclose two
or three dollars in a letter and send it,
We will give yon the proper cret.it for
any amount sent, and the date after
your name will be in the nature of a
receipt. Some are getting In tbe habit
of paying for six months at a time,
which makes ns double boak-keeplng
sad three times the work in correction
of mailing lists, and we must hereafter
charge all such eighty cents for six
months. We must also Insist hereafter
on subscribers paying $1.75 after six
months, and $2.00 after the close of
the year. This Is but just, and a rule
Insisted upon by our neighbors. We
hope the suggestions here will have
prompt attention, and we shall be
saved the necessity of makings personal
application to each one of you. we are
trying to Improve the chsracter of our
paper, and are putting as much labor
and money into it as our receipts will
justify. Please do not delay until our
request is again forgotten, but respond
promptly, and remember dear reader,
if y. u owe uf, that we mean you.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Sciatica
need no Ion ger be regarded as incura
ble. The introduction of "Lawson'a
Curative," which is one of the perfec
tions of Medical Sclr nee, Is now regu
larly prescribed for these as well as for
all nervous complaints. Diptheria,
Sore Throat, Nervous or Sick Head
ache, are promptly cured by applica
tion of the Curative. Price 60 cents
and $1 per bottle.
" Neighborhood News.
Berea has made arrangements for
memorial services on Decoration Day.
Huron and Norwalk papers are con
fident that the W. & L. E. Ry., will be
finished to New London this Summer.
Elder G. W. Allen, a Baptist minis
ter quite well known in this region,
died March 22J, in California, where
he had gone for his health.
Gen. Wm. S. Plerson, who was the
Colonel of the regiment in charge of
the prisoners at Johnson's Island dur
ing the war, died suddenly at Keene,
N. II., of pneumonia, last week.
Rev. I. McK. Pittlnger, pastor of the
Brecksville Presbyterian Church, has
withdrawn from the Cleveland Presby
tery, and entered the ministry ef the
Protestant Episcopal Church ef Ohio.
Berea Advertiser.
The Amherst Free Press says that a
mau calling himself M. C. Merrell and
pretending to be traveling In the em
ploy of Worthington & Sons, hired a
two-horse livery rig at McNeal's sta
ble, in that place, and failing to return
It in proper ttme was hunted up, the
team being found at Oberlin and Mer
rell at Wellington. He was found to
have been discharged by the Worthing
ton firm, and it cost a relative from
Sandusky $20 to settle with McXcal
and release the young man.
The pa pers continue to advertise for
the Ohio Scale Works. That I they
Insert a five dollar notice for an article
purporting to be worth a dollar and a
half and get something worth only its
weight In old tin for their pay. The
advertisement represents that agents
are easily making $5 and $G per day.
A few months ago the News was silly
enough to publish the same advertise
ment. As a response to this five differ-
ent men In this vicinity have secured
tbe exclusive agency for the sale of the
article In this county. Oberlin News.
We responded to the offer by telling
them to send on their scales, and wo
would then cheerfully advertise the
worth of it, and they ceased to impor
tune us.
The business men are signing a peti
tion praying the City Fathers to pro
hibit street peddlers from vending their
wares on Broad street. There is no
good reason why this petition of our
business men should not receive s gen
erous consideration. The petitioners
pay taxes and rent while tbe every day
street peddler pays a license- of a few
cents, displays his wares on a goods
box or vehicle', obstructs the way, pays
no rent and no tax, snd can therefore
undersell the regular business men,
and generally prejudices public senti
ment in his favor by misrepresentations
against the regular merchant. This is
especially true of the drug and station
ery trade. Prohibition Is perhaps im
possible, but a good, stiff license fee
might have a good effect. Elyria
Constitution. . .
We commend the above to the notice
ol our City Fathers, hoping they will
see the reasonableness and importance
ol taking some action for the benefit of
our own tradesmen.
LVvisitors at thb coox Lccrusss.
J I Many ministers from the surround
ing country attended Cook's lectures.
mong the nnmler we noticed. Messrs.
McConoughey of Lorain, Clark of Ver
million, Creegan of Wakeroan, Reed of
Medina, Breen of Amherst, nargrave
of Brooklyn, Meek of Bellevue, Broad-
well of Norwalk, Strong of Sandusky,
DeLong of Sheffield, Rice of Penfield,
Baldwin and Hushour of Pittsfield,
Martindale of Sand Ridge, Weber of
East Townsend, Hinds Smith of Ashta
bula, J. M. Whitman of Chatham, Me
dina county, Wm. Kepler of Perkins,
Erie county, N. J. Close of Avon, J.
G. Frazer of Madison, Roberts of Pen-
field, and others.
The special train brought from Ely
ria 77 people, and from Bellevue, Nor
walk, and Intermediate stations, 247.
Wakeman alone sent over 100, and if It
had been possible to secure more re
served seats, many more would have
come from the various stations.
Among the ministers who came by the
specials were Messrs. Williams," Mc
Connell and Backus,, of Elyria, Bal
com and Catworthy, of Xurwalk, and
Pepper of Bellevue. Oberlin News.
The piquant and charming actress,
Miss Marian Mordaunt, of the Broad
way Theater, New York, was taken
suddenly with a severe hoarseness-
was unable to perform ; a friend rec
ommended Giles, Liniment Iodide
Ammonia; the cure was rapid and
com lete.
Sold by all druggists. Send for
pamphlet. Dn. Giles,
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
Sold by J. W. noughton, Welling
ton, O.
"The Only Patent Medicine
I ever signed my name for,"- says Mr,
Kendrick Kendall, of Goffstown, N. II.,
concerning the 'Constitutional Catarrh
Remedy ; and adds : - "For a person
subject to headache I do not know its
equal." This wonderful medicine is
for sale by Everett & Starr, Welling
ton, and Strong, Cobb & Co., Cleve
land. I suffered fearfully with swollen
joints, went on crutches, tried every
remedy without success; Giles' Unl
ment Iodide Ammonia cured me. ..
Thomas McDonrkll,
178 Wellington St., Montreal.
Sold by all drugchtfs. Trial size 25 cU
Send for pamphlet to Dr. Giles, 120
West Broadway, N. Y. Sold by J. W,
Houghton, Wellington, Ohio.
Don't fail to call for that 40 cent
Japan or Green tea at Houghton's, tf
Bennett Bros. Machine Shop.
Messrs. Bennett Bros., have this
Spring taken a new departure in the
line of manufacturing engines. Mr,
Geo. L. Howk, a man In their employ,
designed and made the patterns for an
engine and pump combined ; tbe latter
being In form like the steam cylinder,
occupying the same bed and worked
by an extension of the piston rod
through the remote head of the steam
cylinder. The pump takes water as
the Cylinder takes steam, at each end,
and Is six inches In length by 3V In
diameter, while the steam cylinder is
CxC, making, what seems a paradox to
unprofessional ears, a square cylinder.
Tbe suction pipe Is two inch and the
discharge 14 inch In diameter, and
the pump la capable of throwing a full
sized stream continuously. Tbe addi
tion of a nozzle to the discharge pipe
would enable It to throw water to con
siderable height, and serve all the pur
poses of a stationary fire engine. The
bed plate is cast hollow and has a coil
of pipe enclosed In It, through which
the water feeding the boiler is forced
by au independent pump, and Into the
space outside, the exhaust steam es
capes, heating the water nearly to a
boiling point before it reaches tbe
boiler and effecting a great saving in
fuel. The piston rod of the engine Is
coupled to that of the pump midway
between them, and can be disconnected
at will, leaving it simply an engine lor
ordinary purposes.
It Is designed especially for the use
of cheese factories, which for cooling
milk and cleansing purposes requite
the use of large quantities of water,
and also an engine for running churns
and other machinery. It Is of about
five horse power, and would be equally
useful for driving any light machinery.
Tbe patterns are "so constructed that
the pump can be omitted and give only
an ordinary engine.
One was finished some three weeks
ago and sold to Peiry Noble of Roch
ester, to put into a cheese factory in
IndlaiM, which he owns. Two more
are nearly finished, and are ordered for
factories in this vicinity. They .are
very Ingenious In design, snd yet sim
ple, and add one more article to the
useful manufactures of this enterpri
sing firm. The cost of engine and
pump is about $200, which Is as cheap
as the same could be bought in Cleve
land.
They have also this Spi ing made a
larger cylinder forD. L. Wads worth 'a,
engine, competing for the job with a
Cleveland firm. They are now work
ing a larger number of bands than
ever before, and with utmost exertion
are unable to keep up with their or
ders. It gives us pleasure to notice these
evidences of increasing business pros
perity. Other manufacturing firms are
opening with flattering prospects for
the coming season, and we hope we
are ou the eve of better times.
Statistics of Railroad Business.
We are Indebted to Mr-JH. O. Biggs
for tbe following tables, showing the
business done at the railroad office in
Wellington the past year. Thetooage
of freight forwarded and received,
stock shipped and received, and passen
ger traffic are included in tbe tables :
Freight forwarded 9,678,342 &
Hogs and sheep, (hds.) .... 10,000
Horses and cattle, (hds.). . ' 1,710
Wheat, (bu.) i,639
Corn, oats and seed?, (bu.) 677
Flour, (bbls.) 160
Total of freight forward
ed eastward. . 7,838,862 B8
Receipts for same $3,090 21
Same westward 5,691,070 lbs
Receipts for same ...... $9,841 88
Total tonage forwarded. ..13,627,932 lbs
Receipts for same. $14,932 09
FBKIQHT FOBWABDBD:
Merchandise.; 3,110,816 lbs
Manufactures 1,891,381 "
Provisions 1,415,343 "
Forest products 6,428,850 u .
Stone and lime C,305,2G0 "
Coal : 2,268,828 "
Petroleum : 190.3S5 "
Hogs and sheep received
(hda.) 60
Horses and cattle, (hds.) 270
Corn snd oaU, (bu.) m. 3.644
Flour, (bbls.) 606
Tonage reev'd from west 2,578,761 lbs
Receipts for same $2,3S7 63
Tonage reev'd from east 19,625,203 lbs
Receipts for same $10,419 79
Total tonage received 22,203,959 lbs
Receipts for Fame. . . . $12,807 34
Number of passengers -
from the station (not In
cluding deadheads) 14,957
Amount received for sale
of tl. kets .$10,235 75
. - RJCC APlTCLaTIOX :
Freights forwarded $14,932 09
Freights received 12,807 34
Passenger traffic 10,235 76
Total $37,975 13
Wanted.
Some person or persons who have
vim enough to start an organization or
movement that shall have for its special
object the beautifying of the park and
public grounds of our village. A small
amount of money and energy would
make our village green an ornament to
the town, and an educator of the es
thetic tastes of our community. Wel
lington with Its neat homes and well
kept lawns, with its fine churches sud
well regulated snd well furnished
schools, with Its troup of merry lads
and lasseo, can not afford to lose three
fourths of the benefit usually derived
from well kept public grounds and
parks. Especially should those who
reside in humble houses be zealous In
this, for the public buildings and prop
erty of a community belong as much
to them as the wealthy. Here they
can feast their eyes, here they can en
joy. their holidays, here with wife,
children or friend, they may pass hap
py hours. " Who does not say beautify
tbe park and public grounds of Wei
llngton ? Flora.
For Sale or Exchauge.
A house and lot in this village, one
half acre of land, good house with eel
lar under the whole of it , Will ex
change for s farm. Inquire at this
office.
THE MARKETS
Dairy Markets.
Little Falls, April 21.
Chkksb. There were about thirty
small lots of farm, dairy and factory
cheese sold to-day. A good share of
the factory cheese Is what is known as
"every day cheese", and of very good
quality; it sold at 4)6c., only one
lot of extra quality selling at the lat
ter price ; most sales were made at
P5c. Some skims were offered, but
nobody would buy and they were sent
forward on commission.
B citer. Dairymen came to town to
day with all kinds of vehicles, many
with sleighs, as there is very good
sleighing on some roads after getting a
mile or so from the village. We find
sales of 230 packages, the most of which
ranged at 15 16c. " '
Wellington, April 23rd.
Chkesk. New cheese is now coming
in in small quantities. Demand light
and billing at 6 cents.
The shipments of cheese for the
week ending April 23, are as follows :
No. of boxes, 865. No lbs, 33,690.
Butter for the same time as follows:
No. of pkgs. 314 No. of pounds, 17,607.
Wellington Produce Market.
CORRECTED WEBKLT BY BALDWIN, LA02T-
DOM CO.
Apples, dried. f lb 2V
Apples, sreen. V ba..2S
Beeawax. V lb. 23
Hranv f bu 1 5n
Buckwheat, si ba TO
Geese dressed. 9 lb oo
Har. V- ton 8 00
Hams amoked. 9 lb e
Htdea. areen. lb....3X5
Maple Sugar, S) lb...Jtn
Potatoes. t bo 75
Kaga, lb 1
Salt. line. 9 bbl l 33
8.1 1, Album.! lb 9
Salt, Common. bbl.. 1 25
8alt,So1sr. bbl S oa
Sheep Pelts,) lb 25
Turkey, dreased, lb S 10
Tlmoihr seed...! lsei 25
Wool. 9 lb .2030
Chickens dreaaed.) lb... 6
Clover eed. ba S SO,
Calf Bklna, V lb 7
Deac M Skins, 9 lb. .SOeUO
Duck, dressed, 9 lb 1U
BUTTBK
Dairy. V ID laa
Creamerv. V lb 33
Exam. dos 8,
FesUiers, V lb TOI
Grain, Flour and Feed.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BT H.B.HAMLIN.
zu.na.
Bran, 9 cwt 83. V ton 15 oo
Corn, shelled, V ba 45
Corn In ear, V bo. 45
Osta, 9 bu 20
Clorer seed. 9 bo S 75
Tlmoihr seed. bo...l SO
r-ATIJCO.
Corn, .helled. 9 ba......38
Com. In ear. 9 ba ..... .38
Oata,) bn 23
Wheat,) bo .3001 OO
Clorer seed. 9 bo S SO
Tlmothr seed, 9 bo...I 25
FLOUR
neat wnite, V ssea
Ben Red, St aaek ..
No. 2. aark
.1 an
.1 o
.1 uu
.2 on
.2 so
.1 ou
...90
. 80
...HO
...85
.1 10,
Graham, si cwt. ......
tSQCKwneac Floor....
Bolted MeaL cwt ..
Meal, cwt.
cnop
Mlddllni
in. V cwt .
Shorts. cwt.
Oil Meal. 9 cwt.
C. 8. MOREHOUSE. W. D. MINER.
NEW MEAT MARKET.
WE have opened a New Meat Market
on Liberty Street. Snd door west of
tbe Bank, where we propose to keep all
kinds of cot nieata of a better quality than
baa heietofore been sold in Wellington. We
hare a tew patent cooler and all tha appli
ances for doing a first-class matket business.
Oar prices will ba oo higher than others
'charge for interior meats.
Report of the Condition
OF THE .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Weninaton. In tbe Stite of Ohio, at tbe close
of business, April 4th, 187U:
RESOURCES. i
Loan, and Discounts,
Overdrafts,
V. 8- Bonds to secure ctrcnlsUon,
Due from approved reaervc agents,
Iue from oltjer vstlonsl Banks.. .........
Real eststn, fu mi tore snd fixtures,
Current expenses snd tsxespsld. .......
140.835 87
2. SHU Ol
100,000 00
6.14173
4.S71 SS
10,541 IS
- 810 88
TOO 00
444 71
. 45 00
10 SO
1,038 35
4,042 OO
4.500 00
Premiums Dald. .
Check snd other cash Items,
Bl Is of other banks.
Fractional Cnrrencv. (Inelodloa nickles).
Specie, (tnclodlss sold Treasury certia-
cates)
Lent tender notes,
Redemption fund with V. 8. Treasurer.
is per ceat ox circuisuonj
Total..
. S27B.231 37
LIABILITIES. -
Capital stock paid in, $100,000 OO
Surpla.iond.rr7. 14.su) 00
Undivided profits, 4.075 69
National Bank Notes outstanding. 80.000 00
Individual deioalts subject to check, .... 47. WW us
Demand certificates of deposit, ia,7HO 33
Dae to Stale Banks snd Bankers, 17 SO
Total. . 270,21 37
Stite of Ohio. County of Lorain, ss.
L TL. A. Horr. Csshler of the above named bank.
do solemnly swear t hat the above statement Is true to
we nest Ol my anowicugs uiu oeuci.
R. A. HOUR, Cashier.
Subscribed aad sworn to before me this 15th day of
April, 187U. J. II. DICKSON. Notary Public
Attest: 8. S. WARNER. 1
EDWARD WEST, Directors.
C. W. HOHB, J
Son MADE IN A SINGLE DAT, Jan. 30th. by
wsav an agent. Bend I cent stamp for psrtlculars.
Ksv. S. T. Buck, allium, Psunsylvsala.
PENSIONS.
AU Soldiers, wounded or inlured. can now
obtain pensions, nnder tbe new law to date
from discharge. Address at once with stamp
for blanks and new soldier's circulars.
W. C. BERINGEB t CO.,
116 Bmlthfield BU, Pittsburg, Fa.
CSfOldest claim agency In the State.
Of a eonv of m MEDICAL COMMOM SENSE
BOOK to any person sufferina with Consumption.
Asthms, Catarrh. Bronchitis, Lossof Voice or Sore
Throat. Send name and post office address, with two
three-cent postage atamps and .rate your sickness.
The book la eleirantly illustrated. 144 pp. 12 mo.
1879). Tbe Information It contains, la the p.ovldence
of God, haa saved many lives. The suthor hss been
treating diseases of the Nose, Throat, snd Lungs aa
a special practice la Cincinnati since 1857. Address
DR. N. B. WOLFE, Cincinnati. Ohio.
J- "W- WUTmr's
Clxeese STaotory
-AND
DAIRY HOUSE
HEAD-QUARTERS!
-FOR , .
Cheese Vats, ,
Curd Drainers,
Milk Cans,
Llancliard Churns,
Testing Instruments,
Thermometers,
Cheese Tryers,
Curd Knives,
Curd Pails,
-. Butter Workers,
Iron Clad Milk Pails, v".
Fairbanks Standard Scales,
StTTery thing that pertains
to the manufacture of m cheese
and butter furnished at the
lowest prices. Opposite the
American House, Weliington.
OPIUM
Bl MORP1TTXE tMMI -Vbsafs.
iMrlf uat arawwdilf cmrwaL Pmist
Im. M publicity. BbJ MaBp
1W full MrlkwUn. Dr Carittatn
MlstowaiCtfSUa,
. The Friend of All I
llolloway's Fills!
T hd no appetite; Hotlowij't Pill cm me a
ncariy one. '
rooT Pill- are m-vrrelonm."
I vend fer aootber box and keep them in the
BOUa-43."
Dr. ITolIowakv hai. eared mw hftmifeche that TM
chronic
I one of tout TMTb to mr babe for cholera
uiuruiM. a lie aemr uhw uudi trot wen in m uj.
'My naaaea, of a morning ia now enred.
Yonr box of Hollfnrfs.va (Hntment cotM m of
nuinea m we ueaa. a ruDoea wme ox joar oiouneni
behind the eara and tbe nolae haa left."
' 8end me two boxes ; I want one for a poor family.
"I enclose a dollar: tout mice fa 34 eenta. hut the
meuicine to me ia worm a aoiiar.
Send me Are boxea of yoar Pills.
'Let me have three boxea of Tonr THlla Yrw rotnra
saJSBlSa IUT vlllUlwOursTcr.
I have Over tWO httntsYed arnoh tMtlmnniela sa thaaaua
bnt want of apace compels me to ounclude.
For Cutaneous Dlsorderw,
And all ernptlons of tbe akla. this Ofntment la moat
Invaluable. It does not heal externa. y alone, bat
Lw:uriniiv wiui iiic mif ii sw 1 1 m iih bdhci u uu varv
IIOUDl'in OIIITfJfliT!
Possessed of this remedy, erery man may
be his own doctor. It may be robbed into
the system ao aa to reach ao7 Internal com
plaint; by these means it cures sores or ul
cers in the throat, stomach, liver, apine, or
other parts. It is an infallible reiaedy for
bad lofS, bad breast, contracted or stiff
Joints, gout, rheumatism and all skin dis
eases. . -.
ImH)1T1T CATTTTOir. Vane mrm Bfmnlne nnleae
the signature of J. Ratdook. aa airenf for the United
States, surrcmnds each box of Pula and Ointment.
Boxes st 2S cents. 62 cents, sad SI each.
rjrTnere Is considerable airing by taxing the larger
siaes.
HOLLOWS. Y CO.. New York
NEW
LIVERY STABLE.
Having purchased the large
Wareroom formerly owned by
T. Doland, and fitted it up for
a Livery Stable and furnished
it with first-class rigs, all new,
1 am prepared to meet every
want of the public in my line.
Good teams furnished at all
hours and at reasonable rates.
P.C.THOMAS.
Calcined .Magnesia.
Four FIBS T PREMIUM MEDALS awarded.
More agreeable to the taste and smaller dose thaa
other Magnesia.
For sale in government stamped bottles, at
araggisis ana country siorea, ana t?y
T. J. HUSBAND, Jr., Philadelphia.
(28-em)
FOR CONSUMPTION
ADD
AH Diseases that Lead to It, sach as
coughs, uolds. Bronchitis, and all
Diseases of the Langs,
cured bt
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM
Has become known aad appreciated In ererr tows
and Tillage throughout tbe United States snd Domin
ion of Canada. Hundreds of t no i. studs of bottles
are annually sold; and thousands of witnesses testify
to It. unequalled power la healing the diseases it Is
recommended for.
It la harmless to the most delicate child.
It contains no opium in any form.
tVDIrecttoos accompany each bottle. It Is sold
by medicine dealers generally. 38t4
Beautiful Spring
Haa come. How the delicate flowers
breathe out their sweet fragrance. Tune
up the lyre (liar) and welcome her with
sweet music such as cats make ia the
night. Give her an appreciative recep
tion, jjon'i lorget it. ,
It is a good time to plant potatoes
Come to the head-quarters and buy the
pure Early Rose and Peach Blows.
Come in and see with what profession
al exactness we roast and grind Coffee.
All admit that our coffee is superior to
all others, and our teas occupy -a front
seat every time.
Remember we keep the celebrated
Xenia Sugar-cured Hams, and Chicago
Dried Beef. '
Never buy Dunes or anythinz in that
line without looking at our stock, j- We
have a variety, quantity and quality
that will suit everybody.
Choice Unskimmed Cheese don't lie
on everybody's counter just now; but
we have it. Buy some and take it to
your family, and see if they can tell
what it is.
V . BOWLBY & UALL.
IT WILL" PAY, YOB
To buy your SHIRTS of
sr. XX
Practical Shirt Maker,
-: Mansfield, O.
N. X. Mills or W amsutta, 2300 linen, 124-00
' " " 1800 " 18.00
As good as any eastern shirt, - 12.00
Six shirts for - - . -. COO
I do my own cutting: and can furnish a
better fltticg and better shirt than yoav can
get elsewhere. Measure taken by
F. C. LEACH, Agent,
At Harvey's. Wellington, O.
P. S. A nice line of Imported shirtings.
UNCLE KOBINEON'S
OYSTEE, DEPOT
I am now 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 snd benevolent
objects I will make reasonable
deductions, also to merchants.
Please do not forget that I keep a full snn
ply of Groceries and Provisions, together
with Frnitsaud Confectionery, Tobacco and
Curare, Lunch and Hot Tea and CoQee at all
hours, and no pains spared to accommodate
ail who call. . , .
Thank fol for past favors I remain your
nuinDie servant.
B. J.ROBIJISOir.
U. l. Palmer, D.D.S.
Successor to Dr. J. J. Stedman.
EsDecial attention given to tlie
Preservation, of tlie
UTatural Teetii
By filling and cleaning.
ARTIFICIALTEETH
Inserted upon all the various bases .
. known to the profession.
TALL WORK ' WARRANTER
OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING.''
FURNITURE!
-- . Is found at the warerooms of
A.G.&G.L.COUCI,
Welllagrtox- O.. ;
Great additions bave been made to
tbe stock to meet the demands of the
trade. The purchaser will find a match
less variety of splendid low-priced
goods as well as tbe costly. The public
can see at their showrooms very fine .
PABLOR GOODS,
Which they offer at very Low Prices.
, ".- IN THE
Undetolring Department
We are prepared to furnish everything
In the Coffin and Casket line. Shrouds
of alt kinds kept on hand. .Having had
many years' experience la this business
we guarantee to keep in good condition
all bodies pnt in our charge for any
length of time desired. Without chansra
or decomposition. : ; . - -. j i .
HARDsABE!
J. 2. WOOsUaaXTwT.
Come and see two of the best work
ing Plows In the country. Warranted
to give satisfaction. Prices reduced.
Do yon wish to nse Paints and Oils
Yon can find the best quality in the
PHCENIX LEAD and in the DAYTON"
OIL, an article that will stand the win
try blasts.
Would call attention to NailsGlass.
or anything In the house trimming Use.
i aim io Keep trie Dest quality and make
these goods a specialty, and am nrenar-
ed to give you the lowest figures.
Come and be surprised at the low
price of the best quality pt . Whips.
xuey uannot ue surpassed. - .
In Cutlery, both table and Docket. I
can give extra bargains. They .are the
best makes.
Wishing to close out rnv snoon trade. '
will sell them regardless of costv
Come and see for yourselves.:
You may find at all times a lar (re and
well selected stock of all kinds of llenr
ry Dlston's Saws, warranted, and at.
prices down to hard pan. I ana now-:
marking down gooda ao. low that the
necessity or atteuding auction is past. .
In Brushes I have a larire "variety and
can give you extra bargains., - ,
BELLS for farms, schools, doors,"
cows, sheep, and those to make you get
up eariy in ine morning. -. ; f :
I oan now offer a large variety of
Shelf Hardware sinee marking down
so cheap that dose buyers will exclaim
"Uan it De possible I" yet tills is a fact,
and as I am a very modest man and
dare not tell you all, please come and
see for yourselves. .
Llglit-Ranntiig-
Domestic Sewing Macoine
TV-- TrttTVfD'DTj i I 'I I'L'U !.!.. "l. 41.
beat and only thing of tha kiad ever tased, la
now a pars or uie mactune, ana, wiin ins
new Belf-Threading Shuttle, Self-Adjnating
Needle, new Take-up, Combination Wheel
and other improvements makes it the best
Under-feed Sewing Machine made. I am
also agent for the ; 1
Davis Vertical Feed. V -
'-' . The New Home
Sewing Machines, each of which has advan
tages peculiar to itseli, which recommends
them for a variety of uses and make them
recond to none in the market. -
Patties desiring machines will find it to
tbeir advantage to eive me a calL All ma
chines - wsrranled. All kinds of Sewing
Mactune Needles and also a fine analUr of
Sewing Machine Oil kept for sale.
- . . . S. P. HASTINGS, Ag't,
Office in Benedict. Block, . "Wellington, O'
Jan. lethlyr." ' '
"THEHLRVksT IS T
6
T TIOf BUMMERS
llJ -CaXIXXaj.
Now maki ' "DECEMBER AI PLEAS.
ANT AS MAY? by providing .yourselves
with one of ear elegant Stove of which
we have f " v.'Kj -4-.
The Cream of tteWorl4 J
The old reliable, giard,
The beautiful Golden Star, v v
The Majestic Garland and
The gUttering Gold Coin, ;
".,. ; nd this is not all!
" We can show yon the finest t, 't-
-AND
Made in the world, andwood
Seating Stoves
TJnequaled im beauty, quality and Trice on
the American continent.-, we sell every
thing in our line at bottom prices and guar
anire sailaiacTJon.
We generally have second hand stovia
that we sell cheap. : . , j : j
Lamps and lamp jjoods.ii ouel of only-specialtiefcJwV"--!.
'. . .;', . '. .. -
Com e and See XJ X ,5
vol Il-lS-ly. "
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