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Thursday, July 24, 1879. j. W, houghton, m. h. houghton. XDITORS. C. C. C.& I. K. R. Time-table. Trains leave Wellington Btatioa m fol Iowa : GOING SOUTH. . Ke L Ctm. lad. limn ud llafl ..AST a. a. No. a 84. Inn CtaehnsU Express,... S:ior.M. Ko. S.-Nlht Sxpnsa, Man aisar.a. Ka. T. anihl Amosaasoaatloa, ........ S:sor.M. Local rtdcbta. 8:37 a. a. aad :S0 r. x- GOING NORTH. . S. VlgB sUrama. lUIL . .. S:0 A.K. So. . SkUsriaCJavBprass Satan,... 1:U r.w. So. . Cleralaa. Express, 8:SS P.M. Ho. S. CleralaaS AeeoaHSMdaUas). :S7 A.BL Local Freight M 3:90 P.M. W. H. FI8HXB. AlMk Clinrch Directory. DISCIPLE CHURCH. Serrlces tstt Sabbath at lir.SO A. M. and TKJO P. M. Sabbath School at 11 M. Prayer MeetlnaoaTtiartdaTeYtrUaaa. W. B. Tasanpaoa. paaaor. C OXc; RKG ATIONAL CHURCH. Barries ersry Sabbath at 10:W A. M. and T:U P. M. 8abbatb acttool HUH. Frarer MeeUs oa TDorsdaj Yea up. , a. fwor. VITimDIlT EPIBiPAI. CRTTRrH IWrlon rrw 8aboath at KKW A. X. aad 7:n P. M. ttabbath Sabbath School at ISM. Player Mectlaa- oa Tkure- oaj sTaauga. ji. aw ajongui, pbmot. Arrival aud Departure of Mai I a rack ioxks. Oberlta, ) Arrfre Twmtar, Tbaraday and Saturday PlatSeld, at S A. U. lxavs at 1 P. M. Brighton. I Arrtra sally at o A. M. Leara at a. ciara nw, iia.a. HnnttnatoB. ) Antra Moodar. Wedneadap aad Fri Sullivan. I day at I KM. Lcara TadiT.Thaia- PoUc. - ) Say aad tsaluriaj at 8:10 A. M lRBalddL. Spracer, (Arrtra Taraday. Thursday and fatar iiooKrviiia. L aay Htia. ja. ioara at t ja. Publisher's Notice. Th address label on each paper ahowa the data to Whieh tM auoaenoar mm pal a, una: Jerry Smith 1 jan 79 Slcaldeathat Mr. Smith haa paid for hta paper tratn Jaaoary 1st. 1S7S. Ths aiall llat la corrected weekly. By contslllaa: Uie addteoa label every aabacrlber eaa tall la aa IBMABI now ai. account KinK, ana wacw or he haa rscelrad propar credit oa our books. Hostess tiistnrd lathis cohnna at 10 cents per Uaa each hawrtln., minis, type. A Job lot of Hosiery, cheap, at Fitch's. Heavy mixed Hose, 5c a pair, at Fitch's. An elegant line of Fancy Hose at Fitch's. Boys' white and fancy Shirts at Fitch's. Those nice summer Hats for men and boys can be found at Fitch's. French and American Percale Shirts at Fitch's. A new lot of Scarfs, Collars and Ties, ateet styles, at Fitch's. FITCH has Just shelved an elegant line of Clothing for Men, Boya and Children, at prices lower than ever. DIAMOND SHIRTS, 75 cents to $1.50 ; ether brands at 50 to 85 cents at Fitch's. You can get two good linen collars, lat est style, fresh from factory for an even quarter at Fitch's. You can get a Laondrled Shirt for SO ants at Fitch's. 25 cents will get a fair working shirt and SO cent a. heavy chevoit with double back, made to order, at Fitch's. Spring cloths are la and If eltk Is busy making up those nobby suits at Fitch's. For Sale. House aud lot oa North. Main street. Inquire of A. S. Powers. tf Thoroughbred Jersey. Wanted, stock-breeders and dairymen to know that R. F. Janes, of Wellington, hss a Ine Jersey bull, bred by the noted Importer and breeder, W. L. Gardner, Norwalk, Ohio. It is thoroughbred and is recorded in the American, Jersey Cattle Club Res later, aad s a very fine anlmaL Those Interested please call at his farm in the north part of the Tillage. Sltf ' No Deception Used. It Is atranga so many people will continue to suffer day after day with Dyspepsia, Up er complaint, Constipation, Sour Stomach, General Debility, wheat they can procure at our store Bhtloh's YltaHrer, free of cost if it does sot cure or relieve them. Price 75 cents. Sold by Everett A Starr, Wellington, zta-aori Everett A Starr sell strictly Pure Lead and Colors; slso Pioneer Prepared Paint, manufactured by T. IX. Nevin k Co., Pitts, burgh. 8S-2mos . Go to Everett & Starr's for T. n. Kevin A Col's Pioneer Prepared Paint, mixed ready er use. Warranted to give satisfaction. S8-2mos . Drug Store for Sale. Aa old established drag store doing a fair amuunt of business, located in Wellington, O., at Invoice stock. Satis factory reasons given for wishing to sell. . Address or inquire of J. W. Houghton. tf " ' "' . .'For Sale. '. A desirable dense sad Lot for sale cheap. Apply to J. H.Belden. Sltf From the K. Y. Custom House. Crrroa Boras, w York city. J Da. M. M. rixna Treaonta, jr. .. Dear Sir: I bare boos eSlicted for a Icted for aonat time with feeta, as the Kraat remedy for reatorlBC a disordered s ! I was Induced to try It. 1 eaa thankiallr as mora yam tnal It haa exceeded say expectations, and that I cab BMat eoafldentlally orir- It. aaa apoa thoe aaJferraa from tba dlaeaana for vh'rh It a prepared. hUaeerely yoara, WM. W, fosTT Sr. Fennel's Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonio may well be called "The conquering hero" of. the times. It is the medical triumph of the age. Who ever haa "the bines4 should take it, for it regulates and restores the disordered system that gives rise to them. It al ways cores Billioosnesa and Liver Com plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa tion, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen Eolargments, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pim ples, Blotches, and all skin eruptions and blood disorders; Swelled Iambs and Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves aad Nervous Debility; Restores flesh snd strength when the system is running down or going into decline; cures Fe atlt Jfeafcn and Chronio Rheuma tism, aad relieves Chronio ' Bronchitis, and all Long snd Throat dU&cnlties. It does these things by striking at the root of disease said removing its causes. Dr. Fennel's Improved Cough Honey will relieve aay cough In one hoar. Dr. Fanner's Golden Belief cares any pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or headache la S to 80 minutes, and readily relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint, rrhosa, dysentery. For sale by Dr. S. Emerson. Dr. Fenner's St. Vitus Dance Specific. One bottle always cores. For sale by dealers, i ..- r At wholesale by Swift Dodd, Detroit, JiMaU fooxut4rS) QriL P. HOW EM. a CoS Waarapaper Aoi taxma; Bureau (10 Spruost Street), wbare atfrwr. eiraiM ve wr33.iCLX Ikdaar he maile lor LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS A few pairs more of those Webster ties cheap, at Fsank B. Suioi's. Look out for the large and Illus trated posters for the Fslr. Gents calf boots, nice fitting snd so cheap, st Fsaxk B. Sxkaos's. A large snd commodious dining hall Is talked of on the Fair Grounds We learn that Wellington has a new physician, lira. Hall, a sister of Hr. Splcer. The Secretary of the Agricultural Society is busy these days, posting bills announcing the time of the Fair. People say that the cheapest place In town to buy boots and shoes, is Fkaxk B. Sam ag it's The sthlete sports that are to be given on the Fair Grounds during the Fair, will be very amusing. It don't do to look squint-eyed at a man with a pistol In Texas, unless yon prefer to look like s porous plaster. Herald P. J. Mr. T. Ilerrlok was taken sick last week and has been confined to the house and bed since.' We learn that he is Improving. Dr. C. C. Hall of Ann Arbor, Is at present s guest of her brother, C. A Splcer. and contemplates opening an office In Wellington for practice. The new post-office building Is rap idly approaching completion, being about ready for the finishing touches. It will be grained and frescoed. Rev. I. II. McConnell of Elyrta, will preach at the 31. E. Church next Sabbath, exchanging with Mr. Albright. It Is also the day of quarterly meeting. Mr. Stuch field has gone to Europe In company with s married sister from Rochester, N. Y., their mother having recently died in their native country The friends of Miss Lois Adsms will be glad to learn that she Is so far Im proved as to be able to go out in- suits, ble weather in an invalid's perambula tor. Rev. Mr. Daly Is oS on his racatlou and the other chun-hes were unusually crowded last Sunday, In consequence. the aisles being also seated with occu pied chairs'. :- 1 r There will te a feast of the phan toms, gnomes and mortals, at the Pub- llto Park, Wednesday evening July 30th. Isce small hand bills. ' 1 ' . . " Secretary. Nine persons out of every ten would do more for themselves snd the materi al prosperity of our community by help ing to make our village fair a success than by rtirlng np bad blood talking politics. ' Dutch girls make the best wives. King "William has been married fifty years and he Is not as bald beaded as some Americans who .have been wed ded only .that many months. Norrls- town Herald. Pleasure haa many definitions, but in reality it consists in going some where, being perfectly uncomfortable all the time while there, snd calling it the best time you ever had. Msra thon Independent. In the storm of July 10th, the barn of S. W. Moon in Avon, George Thomp son of Dover, Phclp's cheese factory of Eaton, one barn in ' Columbia, another lu Olmsted and one in Sheffield, were struck by lightning and most of them burned. "When an editor goes out riding In his open. barouche, drawn by four milk- white steeds, he is never shot at by a Socialist." - We have noticed that oar selves. When we'rodo ont with only one steed, and thst not milk white,, the event excited no Incendiary act. ' At the Oxford Farmer's Club, it was very truly said of the White 'Leg horn fowl that they are ."good layers snd enterprising; their enterprise car ries them over any fence the neighbors can build, and their, activity brings them home unharmed. . : The Toong People's "Social" which was deferred, from last Friday evening, will be held to-morrow evening in the M. E. Church parlors.- It is said thst the 'Parablo of the Ten Virgins" and a tableau, "The Sapper at the Mill," will be well worth hearing and seeing. There is nothing in this transitory world that will yield quicker and lar ger, returns on the amount invested, than poking a wasp with your finger to see if he feels well. It may be of Interest to know that he does. I Bridge port Standard. '"... J , a'- Cleveland had another fire Monday morning, destroying a "planing mill owned by Hempy A Co. The building was new as was also the machinery. The loss is estimsted at $10,000; there was Insurance to about half that amount. r V.-'. A Dresden man owns an bid doe that was lately caught batting lu head against the bucket as it swung over the welL This set was ones referred to by poet, who wrote s "The old doe can buck It, , ; . , . That hung ia the weU." Only, four) weeks until the 24th annual Fair commences, snd as the officers of the society are determined to make this one the most Interesting ever held, let each one go to work and do what they can .to help make it a success. Do not forget the time, Aug. 19th, 20th, 21st and 22J. , Messrs. Hemenway A Son have purchased a burr gammer, snd slso s press gummer for gumming cross cut, wcod, machine and heavy mill saws, and will do custom work In that line ia good style aad on short notice. No need of taking your saws to Cleveland hereafter. We have just received intelligence of the death of Mrs. P. R. Grauel. who was several years a resident of Wellington, and highly esteemed by a large circle of friends aad acquaintances..-. She died i Friday aooral tig, July lltb, 1878, in the 3d year-of her age. The husband sod frlenda have the sympathy of their Wellington friends. Don't lorget the. Fair .August 19th to 22 J. Write ts year friends to come ; write to msaafajCturers to come ajid ex hibit their machinery: L Everybody take an interest ia it snd we will bsve the best show, the finest grounds, the larg est crowd of people, snd in. all,, the grandest time that Wellington has ever bsd la twenty-four ye us, sines .the Fslr was organized. Those skeptical of the virtues of "Lawton's Curative" for the positive cure of rheumatism and neuralgia, as well as those other diseases which hare their origin ia the nerves, have but to make a trial of one bottle, aad they will never be without it. It not only cures the above diseases, but as a household remedy for cuts, wounds burns, tooth' ache, earache, swellings, etc., It Is in comparable. IJyA pair of horses bitched to a lumber I waggon, started from Horr A Warner'i ware-bouse Friday morning, running through town In an easterly direction making every other vehicle respectfully get out of the way to let them pass, We have not learned that any harm was done beyond the anxiety and ex cLcment attending such an event, and the moral effect on the good character of the horses. To those who are so unfortunate as to become prematurely gray, ot whose hair exhibits s teudency to fall oft", we recommend a trial of Hall's Hair Re- newer. We do so with the utmost con fidence because It is everywhere re ceived with marked favor, and has built upon its owrf merits such a sure foun elation that it is known and Uf ed In all civilized countries. Addison (N. Y.) Advertiser. It is especially desired that all who have premium lists ot our coming fair should preserve them. The demand for them has been so great that the sup ply is nearly exhausted. Bring your books to the fair and if yon don't need them turn them over to the Secretary Ac unusual interest ia manifested by all the people of the surrounding coun try and the Indications are that this will be the most successful meeting the society has held for many years. The "One Cent Weekly" Is a new family and literary paper published in Cleveland, every Saturday, by Messrs Hartley A Hynes. It has eight pages, and Is but fifty cents per year. Judg ing from the copies issue J, we think the proprietors intend making it a first class journal, and It is certainly mar yelously cheap. Mrs. E. S. Morgan has been appointed by Hartley A Hynes to solicit subscriptions in this town and vicinity, and Hiss Minnie Clegon will canvass Rochester. Every thing (s moving oft finely in regard to the Wellington Fair. The citizens are becoming more and more Interested as the time draws near for the grand opening. Letters are pour ing In. The secretary is having bis hands full of communications from all parts of the State, asking to secure stands for different purposes. Manu facturera are asking In regard to mak ing entries of machinery. Stock men are anxious about their stock, show men to exhibit their wonders, and everything looks as if there would be an Immense crowd to witness the grand display. Personal. Rev. and Mrs. Carter, missionaries to India, arrived in Rangoon, May 19, In good health and less tired than when they left Berea. Mr. n. F. Kastendieck, who former ly worked on the Berea Republican, Is going to India next fall, commls ml8sioned by Rev. Wm. Taylor. Miss Ella Waterson, who has been at Mineral Ridge several months, is at home again. Robert Wallace of Berea, Is an nounced by the Plain Dealer as a can didate for Representative from Cuya hoga county. A Card.' The undersigned desire to express their gratitude and sense of obligation to friends and neighbors who showed their sympathy and rendered .very timely assistance during their recent af fliction snd bereavewent. S. Baktok, Ltjcia Van Valkek beho. Pjkfikld, July 17, 1879. . School Bonds. The Board of Education of Welling ton Union School District offer for sale at par, the bonds of the district in sums of even hundred dollars, running from one to five years. They can be obtained by calling at the First National Bank of Wellington, O. - Excursion Niagara Falls. Thursday, August Tth, 1879, an ex cursion will be run to Niagara Falls and return, for four dollars round trip. For full particulars, see bills or inquire at R. R; depot. The Ashlsnd College U being pushed forward with the Intention of occupy ing it by Sep. lit. There are more people from Norwalk ummering at Lakeside than from any other town in the State. Fred. n. Smith has bid sdleu to the Hayeaville Journal, aftechavlog worn the editorial harness s year. Prof. J. Tingley of Alleghany Col lege, Mesdville, is to be one of the lec turers st the Sundsy School Institute st Lakeside this year. John Doyle, a young man of seven teen, attempted to board a moving train near Ashlaod, was thrown beneath the wheels and had both legs cut off. The fine dwelling ol Mortimer Case of Montville, was consumed from the roof downward a few days since. Cause, probably, a defective chimney. At Burbank, July 11th, Sam Daull was killed by a barn door blown from Its hinges as he was trying to shut It, and a little girl in Medina was serious ly injured in the same way. If we made s note of the accidents by runaway horses, and injury to persons in this way, that we see In exchanges each week, It would form quite a de partment in the ExTsaraiss. The house of Chas. Blakeslee snd.tlie barn of -Cass Blak. slee, In opposite di rections from Weymouth, were struck by lightning July 10th. , The latter was burned snd the house much damaged. The Ashland Press has been sold to W. G. Heltman and W. T. Alberson, the latter taking editorial charge. B. F. Nelson, the late propiietor, goes to Akron to edit the Democratic dally of that city. .. Daring the storm of Jaly 11th la Hartland township, the boy aud girl of E. A. Morgan were milking In a stable, The lightning struck and killed two cows, one of which tho girl was milk Ing, snd while the boy was tying an other, and neither of the children were hurt. A. M. Wlllard has completed a very clever sketch of a wood interior at Nine Mile Creek. 1'. is the best thing ho has done in landscape. Mr. Wil lard will manage the art department st the Northern Ohio Fair Exhibition snd as he Is devirotis of making It s success, invites the co-operation of his brother artists and of all others inter ested In art. Sunday Voice. Obituary. (An articles ander this bead five cents per line.) Mrs. Sylvester Barton was born at Whitehall, Washington county, N. Y, March 9th, 1814. and died at Penfield, O., July 12th, 1879. From 181G until after her marriage, at less than elgh teen years of age, she lived with her parents at Pike, Alleghany county, N, Y. When scarcely more than an in fant, In consequenco of alleged mal practice In medical treatment, she was partially paralyzed and never after wards had the full nse of one side. Notwithstanding this physical disabili ty she was s remarkably active, indus trious and efficient woman; never ex cusing herself from the ordinary du ties and employments of the healthy and strong; and was continually seek ing the comfort and well-beiog of those around her. In 1840, Mr. and Mrs. Barton moved to Springville,. Erie county, N. Y where they united with the M. E. Church, ever after giving much atten tion to the responsibilities of Christian living. Neighbois and friends will bear testimony to the assertion that the deceased bore in her life such fruits of the spirit as "peace, long suffering, meekness, temperance, gentleness, good ness and faith." She was charitable in her judgment of others, and very sym pathetic and self-sacriflcing in her na ture. With three children of her own she yet found room In her hesrt and a place In her home for another, and com forted the dying mother of an Infant boy by taking the child and rearing him to manhood with the same loving devotion she gave her own. Two young married daughters had come to Ohio previously, and in 18C1 Mr. Barton moved his family to Pen field, where they have since resided The death of a daughter by small-pox, In 18G2, was a sad affliction, which was borne with Christian resignation. Since November last, Mrs. Barton was a constant sufferer, being confined to her bed the last four or five months. Her family have such consolation In their bereavement as is granted to those who can look beyond their loss to her great gain. "Now thy world ia understood; Now the long, long wonder ends I Yet ye weep my erring friends. While the one whom ye call dead, In unspoken bliss, Instead, Lives and loves you; lost, 'Us true. By such a light as shines for you; But In the light ye can not see Ot unfulfilled felicity." A Cruise to Mackinac Chase for the Oswegatohie Fourth of July on Lake Huron. Our diminutive Saratogas were packed for a three weeks cruise on the Northern Lakes in search of rest, health and pleas ure much needed after the years ex hausting labor. The gentlemanly agent at Toledo of the Northern Transit Company, had giv en the most confident assurance to our party of ten, (seven women to three men) that the steamer Oswegatchie would leave her dock at that port at 8 A. M , on the Sd of July. When at 8 A. M., we made oar appearance, armed ana equipped for the route, the consternation of the agent was overwhelming; no Os wegatchie had come, none was to come; it had gone direct from Cleveland to De troit, all unmindful of the gentlemanly agent and oar expectant party. But the heroic agent, equal to the emergency, stilled our complaining by his generos ity, and harried us to the early train to Detroit, with ticketa famished at the ex pense of the Transit Company; and the pursuit of rest, health and pleasure was for the time abandoned in the chase for the Oswegatchie. We gave a lingering sigh for the beautiful boat ride we might have had. and congratulated ourselves as we cir cled Detroit on the Lake Shore R. R.,he engine puffing and the bell ringing, that we had not had an unpleasant time, we had not found it as hot as we had ex pected. On the contrary the bronze of the wheat fields and the fresh greenness of the foliage had pleased and rested our city tired eyes. The man portion of our party haa snch a strong belief in our importance and that the Northern Transit Company must be duly impressed with it,and were boned to attend to every means that, would add to our comfort and enjoyment, that they folly expected some one from the boat would be la waiting at the Dstroit depot to convey us and our baggage to the expectant deck of the Oswegatchie. They were quite undeceived, however, when, after homo mistakes and many inquiries, we finally reached the boat landing and fonnd the Oswegatchie had gono off half an hour before our arrival, not even knowing of oar existence. I was amused to see bow the different members of oar company received the news of this pro voking dilemma. The women as wom en always do raised at once their indig nant voices in exclamation and lamenta tions and protestations; the men well, they seemed silent. Whether it was be cause they had no chance to speak, or whether they were taking the matter in cool and philosophic spirit, or whether they were pondering some practical ex trication from the difficulty, I have not yet been able to determine. The agent of the X4 . X. Co's line at Detroit, expressed great sympathy for oar disappointment, and what was more to the purpose, took us to a hotel and gave us oar dinners, then furnished us with tickets to fort Huron. The horrors of that afternoon's ride to Port Huron I dread to recall. By the deliberate or ac cidental mismanagement of somebody, oar train, after being switched out of Detroit, was attached to the rear of a cattle train. The sun burned down like flame of fire. The country through which we passed was a continuous waate of swampy underbrush and dead timber, while the occasional breezes brought back to onr disgusted sense the vile stench from hnndreds of suffering hogs. losely packed in their BtmfDg nitny cages, for six weary hours we endnrea this, we seeking rest and renewal of our wasted energies we, who bad pic tured ourselves taking in long heaitn- giving draughts of the pure lake air and gazing our fill oa its sparkling waters we, seeking pleasure! Right there, we looked into each others hot, tired faces snd laughed at the supreme ridiculous ness of the whole thing this chase after the Oswagatchle. The continued and renewed disappointment of every step of the way thus far was so inauspicious a beginning that we Inclined to believe we were fated, and to go farther would only lead as Into further difficulties. But the longest day must have an end ing, and in due course of time our mot ley train unloaded its freight at the Port nuron dock. The flrst sight of the Dlue waters of the St. Clair revived our spir its and gave us the most pleasurable emotions we had experienced during the aay. we waited with suspended breath wnue the question waa being asked -uaa the boat arrived?" "mot vet- was the answer, and our revived spirits drooped again; but we consoled oar selves with the cheerful fact that we could go no farther by rail. We were all surprised when after an hour's waiting me uawegatchie actually came in sight. We could scarcley believe that such good loriune had befallen as so eager are we to rush into ills we know not of. It only toned down our enthusiasm a little that the boat was to remain at Port Hu ron over night. There was already a large company aboard, but after some difficulty we were supplied with state rooms close, hot, and narrow they were, mere band-boxes compared witn the roomy conveniences of home but wo were seeking pleasure vou know The long, narrow table in the narrow cabin was nearly filled with travelers. Aty neighbor on the right was a minis ister, the gentleman opposite waa a law yer. "There may be a Chapin or a Beecher in this Toledo party, who will add interest to our celebration to-mor row," waa the first remark that attracted my attention. But it was by no means the last we were destined to hear of the celebration of the "glorious Fourth" in the middle of Lake Huron. Our minis ter, as we speedily learned to designate him, was one of those positive, persis tent, self-asserting men. who wish to lead, who will not be turned from a oar- pose, and who continually reminded one of the commands of a closing exhorter at a revival meeting, "Uome, sinner, come, right straight along new." After supper we were separately and collec tively interviewed as to our ability to sing, to recite, to read, to reply to toasts. The last thing we heard as we closed our tired eyes in our hot, suffocating state room was the load voice of our minis ter, "We will sing the Star Spangled iianner to close with." Port Huron seems to be the head oua ters of the N. T. Cu's line of boats. We were to start at 8 o'clock A. M., Friday. At about that hour the President of the Company appeared on the deck and an nounced Uiat the boat would not leave until afternoon "had some more freight to put on," "too strong a head wind." it. was soon whispered around that the President waa in a bad humor. The Captain told us afterward it was on ac count of the mismanagement in getting our roieuo party to fort Huron. 'Ye, (our party of ten) paid them seventy dol lars from Toledo to Chicago. They had had an actual outlay of over two-thirds of that sum to get us to Port Huron not one-fifth of the distance. "Hereafter all boats of the line will stop 'at Toledo,' growled the President, which order the Captain thought would not be counter manded icr a week. You will be sur prised to know that we were so ill natared as to find supreme satisfaction in the fact that onr discomfort had been at somebodvs loss. i hree of us, after a little conversation with tho captain to make sure that the boat would not leave us. went out with our sketch books on an investigating tour, we took a quiet path that led up to Fort Gratiot. The fort itself was as calm and peaceful with its white build ings and well-kept turf, as though it had never had poured into its precincts the murderous shot and shell which it never had. We met an old man, a Ger man, who had been a soldier there for thirty years. We should have hd no difficulty in understanding the particu lar occasion for the erection of this fort or any of its subsequent history, if our old soldier had known anything about either. We plied him with numberless questions, but he seemed so innocently surprised that there need to be any rea son for the existence of his fort that we gave op in despair. He showed as thmough one of the white cottages, dis playing with evident pride its parlor and attcnen. "do the soldiers cook for themselves?" "Vy vat is de vlmmens for, if not to cook!" was bis astonished answer. "De mens eat!" I thought he had found a simple solution of the wom en! rights question. By his permission we picked a handful of the roses, peeped cautiously under the weather-stained canvas that covered the bright brass cannons, and then turned our footsteps to sketch a lighthouse on a near point of land. We visited in Her Majesty's do minion on the opposite side of the river, a grand aquarium. It contained 3400 sturgeons, some of them seven feet long and weighing over a hundred pounds. we watched them with curious interest aa they moved slowly and aimlessly un der and over, between and around each other through the transparent water. The morning passed quickly away for ns, but by the impatient remarks at din ner we guessed others had found the de lav tiresome. At the frequent inquiries as to when the boat would start, there had been some mysterious nodding and smiling between the steward and cabin- maid, which became more intelligible when the captain muttered, "They'll wish themselves back again." At two o clock the boat started. At three the celebration was to begin. We have always had a supreme contempt for people who get sea-sick. From our lofty standpoint qf swell balanced stomach. We would look with indinerent pity upon those weaker creatures who could not watch the beautiful rainbows in the high mounting waves, or enjoy the dashing of the sunlit sprsy, or endure the grace ful rocking of the boat. Well we think the celebration began at three clock, we believe the btar Hpangled Banner was sung. Wo think that the Toledo party was toasted. We heard that the evening was made brilliant with fire-balls and sky-rockets; but we can not personally testify that any of these things were so, and we talked after wards with many other of the passengers who seemed to have as Indistinct and confused an idea of that afternoon and night as ourselves. We were on a pleas ure trip, you know; but we have changed onr mind about people who get sea sick. The morning of the fifth dawned bright and fair, with the lake as smooth as gloss. Once more we looked upon exist ence as endurable. After seventeen hours sailing we landed at Prcsque Isle. The dock of while birch logs and one solitary house w.-ts Presque Isle. We supplemented our breakfast with wild strawberries, which grew in abundance, and filled our hands with bark and moss, ferns and flowers. This day upon the water was very en- oyable: and when late in the afternoon the high bluffs of Mackinac came In near view, we believed the long anticipated joys of this pleasure trip were about to begin. JJeiore landing we bad by unan imous consent selected a large, white, rambling sort of building, standing high er up and apart from the village, partly hidden with trees and whose wide piaz zas over-looked the lake, as the most de sirable stopping place during our atay at the Island. Alii tie inquiry revealed it to be the Mission House the place where the bon ton wib generous bank accounts take in the health giving breez es from the lake. But good fortune, who hitherto had only looked askance at us. came smiling down to the landing to greet as. The town was as vet comparatively free from visitors and the Mission House with its hundred empty rooms, would ceive us at other hotel rates, we parted from the Oswegatchie without. regret, turned oar backs apoa its ill kept state rooms and odorous decks, and after a short ride fonnd ourselves in a pleas ant and well-appointed home; and here for the present we bid you good bye. T, Thanking my friends for the yery liberal manner in which they have patronised me, I now propose to sell Hats, Bonnets, Ac, tor the rest ot the season at very low figures many of them below cost, as I desire to be. gin the Fall trade with new goods only. have a good variety of Ladles Domestic Underwear, comprising everything In that line. I also have the best and largest eyed needles In use. Call and see Goods and Prices. Mas. A. H. Palhsb. Wellington,)., June 28th, 1879. Scribner's Monthly for August is fully up to its former excellence and beauty as a midsummer holiday number. A fine portrait of tbe poet Whittier, pre cedes the title page, and as we have not space even to mention the list of charm ing papers that make up the number, we counsel everyone summering at home or among the mountains or by the sea, not excepting those who can do neither, but who appreciate an entertaining compan ion that will not fatigue by any direct questions, to buy and read Scribner for August. THE MARKETS CHEESE. Wr.MixaTOx. July 23, 1879. Dealers claim that cheese Is from 5' to 5, but vigorously assert that there is one house sending out letters and cir culars quoting cheese at S cts., which is entirely unnecessary., Cheese is shipped np closer than it was a year ago. Much less is being made and none has been put Into cold storage, while last sum mer at this time largo quantities had been laid awaytn the refrigerator ware houses of N. Y. Unless the yellow fever becomes epidemic and general in the South so as to cut off the trade in this direction, it is fair to presume that cheese will soon 'find a more ready market and at better prices. We quote: Buying, (naked) 5 cento; billing, (boxed) 6J cents. The shipments of cheese for the week ending July 22, are as follows : No. of Boxes 3,752 ; No. of pounes 156,040. Butter for the same time as follows : No. of pkgs. 850; No. of pounds 4G,lG(i. Wellington Produce Market. CORRECTED WSEKLY BT BALDWIN, LACK- DON CO. Apples, dried. V lb IX Apple, areen. ba Geese dreraed. V lb 00 Hy. 9 ton 8 00 Hams smoked. V lb (1 Bwbx, ) ib 23 Ueanr, ba 1 so Hidea. areen. lb 3'. linckwheat, V bu 7n Chickens dreateil, V Ib...6 Clover aeed. ba S SDi Maple Sar.tr, V lb H&IO rouuoer, f tm....7Jei uu Rasa. Ib 1 KW. v id..... 7 Deacon Skin. i(oo Pnck drcued, V Ib lu Salt, flue.) bbl 1 2.1 8lt,Apbton.l Ib a salt. common. V bbl.. 1 2- ouur. k Salt, Solar, ai bbl 3 UU Hhifep Pelta. 9 lb .2SU Oo uairr. v id 10a Em. 9 dox n. Timothy eeed,..l 20t 40 Creamery, 9 lb 15 Tiirlceyiareaaca, w in reatuera, ID ....... ....7U wool, at ID x43o Grain, Flour and Feed. CORRECTED WEEKLY BT H. B. HAMLIN. Bran, cwt 79. 9 ton 13 00 Com, helled. 9 ba SO Cora In ear, 9 DU.......50 Oat. ba so FLOCR nert wnite, v sacK . Beat Red. sack... Ko. 2. V aark 1 fin 1 1 u 2 oi 2 6" I in : in Clover teed. 9 ba .....S 75 Tlmotby aeed. ba 1 so PATDCO. Corn, shelled. V ba 45 Corn. In ear, V ba ..... .4-1 Oata, 9 bu so Wheat. bn Mj Graham. S) cwt.. ...... Buckwheat Floor,.... Bolted Ileal cwt ... MeaL cwt Chop cwt , l is juiaaunxa, v cwt Shona V cwt .1 ou ...t ,1 10 Clover seed, 9 ba 3 SO Oil Meal, 9 eat. Timothy seed, ba...l 23 BREAD! BREAD! The most delicious and wholesome bread in the world, is the Vienna Broad, Baked by Heflebower's Vienna Model Bakery, 364 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. Ladies and eentleruen visiting Cleveland should go to the Vienna Cafe, Eaclid A to., opposite Opera House, for lunch. Vienna Coffee, Imported delicacies, Vienna Rolls, the same as at the Philadelphia Centennial. W. W. Harvey Is agent In Wellington for this bread, and will receive it fresh daily by express. Beef Eaters Delight. Everybody likes Dried Beef and no body likes to slice It; hence, we have purchased a machine that literally makes shavings of it; and the toothless, false teethed, decayed teethed, or any kind of teethed Individual, can eat It with perfect satisfaction. .We "are Im mense on the Dried Beef business. Como In and buy some and see the ma chine work. The man -who said that Bowlby A flail kept the best cigars in town, Is celebrated for good sense and judgment he never told a lie. Tou will find the best Crackers and Flour at the place where all that good Coffee comes from, which is at - BOWLBY & IIAIX. EVERY FAMILY Should be provided with ss reliav- ble medicine to treat such eases) aa constantly occur in house- holds. Such a remedy should combine healing, soothing, and enrative properties. No medici nal preparation haa ever been discovered which combines these in such a degree aa . 1WE or has been so success ftil in cur ing severe and chronic cases or Rheumatism, Earache, Neuralgia, Ague in Face, Headaches, Dyspepsia, Diphtheria, . Constipation, Sore Throat, Biliousness, Lame Back, Piles, Toothache, Catarrh, Kidney Diseases. Where this medicine ha been onee used no other will take its place. It is aavfe, agreeable and powerful. No Inflammation or pain can exist where the Cura tive has been nsed as we direct, ' It is the best PAIN KILLER ever Invented. Sold by all Dranctets. PREPARKD BY LAW SON CHEMICAL C0.lCleTeMl0. LABQE NEW SIZE, 60 cents aad $1.00, mm The Friend ot All 1 Hollowavs Pills! "I had no appetite; Hollowajr's Pins tare me hearty one." "Your Pills are msrreloas." "I send fer another box and keep them la the house. "Dr. Hollowar has eared mr headache that was "I aveone of roar PIHe to my babe for cholera . m mvm uwo uu bo- weu in a oaf. "Hi nanaea of a morning la now eared." Tour box of Holloway's Ointment eared me of noises In the head. I robbed some ot your Ointment behind the ears and the noise haa left.' "Send me two boxes; I want on.3 for a poor family. "I enclose a dollar; roar price Is 3J cents, bat the w mc j. wurui a aoiiar. "Send me Ave boxes of your Fills." mHPfJf-iY!"'".!'?? box o roar Pills by return I hare over two hnnrirfvl tn.li Mmm.r.ia t, For Cutaneous' Disorders. And ill eruption, of the skin, this Ointment Is most Invaluable It does not heal externally alone, but penetratea with the moat aearchlnir .fr.-.- it.. B rtutt of I it a v I ' HOLLOVAY'S Ollllf.UIII! Possessed of tabs remedy, every man mn be his own doctor. It may be robbed into the system so as to reach any internal com plaint; by these means it cures sores or ul cers in the throat, stomach, liver, spine, or other ports. It is an infallible remedy for baa leirs. bad breasts, contracted or atitr joints, goat, rneumatism and all skin dis eases. the KlKnatnre of J. Ratdoce, as agent for the United ot.tCT, Hammioi eacn oox ot nua and ointment. Boxes st 2& eenta. S3 eenta, and SI each. IM I here Is considerable saying; by taking the larger HOLLO WAT A CO.. Kew York. H. B. Hamlin, . Headquarters For Flour, Feed, and ALL KINDS OF GRAIN, Has on sale a new Brand -of Flour of absolutely the best quality In town, at the same price you pay f.r inferior Kinas. l rv ID. ana tret rid of that bane of the family, bad bread. Farmers having grain . should re member that this is the ulace to set the msiicas market price lor it in c.isn. They should also remember that in or der to continue to raise good crops tbey must appiy iertiusers to tneir lands. SUPERPHOSPHATES have been proved to be the most now- erlul, best and cheapest fertilizer in the market. Hade by experienced and re liable manufacturers, prepared as plant food by the best known process, it is the standard fertilizer; causing immediate and lasting fertility, and is periectly adapted to all crops. Call and get circulars. Warehouse South of Rv.. DcDOt. 4in-33-tf Wellington, Ohio. MILLINERY. Bargains! liargaius! at Call and examine my stock and pri ces before purchasing elsewhere. There is no stock to compare with it, either in extent or variety. : : Trimmed Bonnets and Hats, at $1.00, 11.60, $3.00, $3.50 and up. Leghorn Hats, at 00c 75c $1.25, and $1.50. Imitation Leghorn, at 25c 37c 50c and 75c. Children's Hats, from 12 cents to 11. A great variety of Ribbons and Flow ers, ver3 cheap. Bargains in Silks and Satins, at 30c 50c 75c $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 and $2.00 per yard. New Fancy Goods. Laces at very low prices. The Finest line of Em broidery ever offered in Wellington. Bargains in Hosiery and Corsets. Do not forget to call. . MRS. II. IT. ROCKWOOD. AGRICULTURAL AGENCY. Buckeye Mower and Reaper, Tiger Sulky Rake. Thomas Sulky Rake. Aultman fe Taylor Threshing Machines. Superior Grain Drill. Dnnkirk Cultivator. Bone meal and Phosphate standard' Fertilizers. Look through my stock before pur- chacing.; Wm. Morrow, Agt, 34-3m. - Wellington. O. A WKEK In toot own town, and nocapltnl riafced. Yon can give the basin s atrial without ex pense. The best opportunity ever offered to those willing to work. Voa should try nothing else until vou tee IV r TOuraWf whi nn do at the bottnenwe offcr. Ko room to explain here. You can devote all your time or onty your spare time to tbe budlneiri, and make fcreat pay for every hour that you work. Women make as much as men. Send IV r special private terms and particulars, which we mall free. $5 Ouint free. 0ont complain of hard times when you have such a chance. Address H. HALLETT A CO.. rortland, Maine. 37-ly A Good Plan.. The most profitable war of dealing In stocks Is by combining' many orders and eo operaiine them aa a wuofe, dlvtuina profit pro rata among harebolders. according to the market, monthly. Each cotbmer thus secures all the advantages of Immense capital and experienced skill, snd can nse any amount, from ten d.illara to ten thoOHind dollars, or more. lth equal proportionate success. "New York Stock Re porter" snd new circular mailed free. Full Informa tion for any one to operate ausceasf ully. Lawkkxcs a Co., 57 Exchange Place, N. Y. 41-Sinu. 2. OOO. A YEAR for honest. Intelligent busi ness men or streets. New hu!n.9; llfcht .work. Address COOpkkatWs. Ahincy, Madison, lud, . .. 4Wino. $15001 . make fonoo A Tear or $5 to a dav la vour own lo cality. No risk. Women do sa well as men. Manv make more than amount stated abore. No one can fail to make money fust. Anr one can do the work You can make from fifty cents to two dollars aa hour by de rot Inn; your eve ning snd spare time to this business. It costs noth ing to try tbe bu-tnes. Xothtnx like It for money tint kiss; ever offered before. Business pleasant and strtoUy honorable. Header, If you want to know all about thbe4t paying business before tie public, scud a your address an 1 we wld send you full particulars and private terms free; samples worth $S also free you csn then make up your mind for yoursell. Ad: dress OKOR jK riNdON st CO.. PortUad. M-jfne. 37-ly WE WARRANT Superior Whiteness and Fine ness, and absolutely purity in our brand of strictly PURE WHITE LEAD and will pay THIRTY DOLLARS for every ounce of Hiidulteration found in one of our packages. . T. H. NKVIN A CO., ; Pittsburgh, Pa. Baldwin, Laundon $ Co., Sole Agents, Wellington, Ohio.' . Sa-tf. fw s r FURNITURE! CHEAPNESS A ESCELIaEXTCE Is fonnd at the waierooms of A.G.&G.L.C0lICn, Wellington, O. Great additions have been made to the stock to meet the demands of the trade. The purchaser will find a match less variety of splendid low-priced goods as well as the costly. The public can see at their showrooms very fine PAELOR GOODS, Which they offer at very Low Prices. IN THE Undertaking Department We are prepared to furnish everything in the Coffin and Casket line. Shrouds of all kinds kept on hand. Having had many years' experience In this business we guarantee to keep in good condition all bodies put in our charge for anv length of time desired, without chancre or decomposition. G-roat Bargains in H A B, D- Come and see two of the best work ing Plows in the co.untry. Warranted to give satisfaction. Prices reduced. Do vou wish to nse Paints and Oils ? Ton can find the best quality In the .ruusmA. LrJAi ana in the da 1 TUN OIL, an article that will stand the win try blasts. Come and be surprised at the low price of the best quality of Whips. xney cannot De surpass cu. In CuUery, both table and pocket, I can give extra bargains. They are the nest inaKes. In Brushes I have a large variety and can give you extra bargains. I can now offer a. large variety of Shelf Hardware since marking down so cheap that close buyers will exclaim Can it be possible ! ' vet tnis is a fact. and as I am a very modest man and dare not tell you all, please come and see for yourselves. Come and see the new Barn Door Boiler. ' A very practical roller. Now is the time to buy Wire Screen cheap. Wnt. Chisholm A Son's Spades, Shov els, Scoops; just glance at them aa you go Dy. Sole Agents for Miller Bros's Chemi cal Paint. J. 2. WOOIsMTST. Light-Rnmilng- Domestic Sewing Machine The new UNDERBRAIDER. which Is the best and only thing of tbe kind ever used, is now a part of the machine, and, with the new Self-Threading Shnttle, Self-Adjnstlng Needle, new Take-up, Combination Wheel and other imnrovements makes It the best Under-feed Sewing Uachlne made. I am also agent for the Davis Vertical Feed The New Home Sewing Machines, each of which lias advan tages prcnliar to itself, which recommends them lor a variety of uses and luake them reeond to none in the market. Parties desiring machines will God it to their advantage to give me a call. All ma chines warranted. ' All kinds of Sewing JUacbine Aeedles and also a fine quality ot Sewing Machine Oil kept for sale. S. P. HASTINGS, Ag't, Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, O Jan. 16th lyr. IT WILL PAY YOU To buy your SHIRTS of Practical Shirt Maker, Mansfield, O. N. T. Mills or Wamsutta, 2300 linen, $24.00 " " 1800 " 18 00 As good as any eastern shirt, -12.00 Six shirts for .... . : . 6.00 I do my own ruttlnc and can furoUh a better fitting and better shirt than you can get elsewhere. Measure taken by . F. C. LEACH, Agent, At narvey's. . Wellington, O. P. S. A nice line ot imported shirtings. UHCLE ROBINSON'S Snraraer Arrangements. SODA WATER, v LEMONADE, ICE REAM, - ' AND .'j REFRESHMENTS 7 For . church and beneyolent objects I will make reasonable deductions, also to merchants. Please do not forget that I keep a full snp. ply of Groceries and Provisions, together with Fmits and Confectionery, Tobacco and Cigars, Lunch and Hot Tea and Coffes at all hours, and no pains spared to accommodate all who call. - Thankful for past favors I remain you humble servant, . .- B. J. ROBINSON.