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Thursday, Not. 27. 1879. J. W. HOUGHTON. M. H. HOUGHTON, - xorroma. - C. C. C. & I. B. B. Time-table. Tniu Imti Wellington Statioa aa fol low! s OOIKQ SOUTH. 1-Ch.aM.lnraiiil MmU AST a. a. fc-4t 1Mb CMntU lqn... S:Kr.- Ha. s.-mitt sUsnas. Mn ... S:SSp.B. a. t.-Clirilnl Sssnasmnssrlsn SJOV-.m. MHMHWHMtt... OCsM Aa Ms, GOINO NORTH. Ha.. mat Kprin, a MIL .. S:0a.M. Ha. 4. St. VamSm a Ctn. Kxpraae a Mall. ... 1:0 r.M. Ye. 1,-Ownm Kiprass, .. : P.K. Mo. a-Ctevaiaa AswsassoAsaoB, ImI TntchV - IAS -- W. EL TIMBER. Aaant, Charcli Directory. DISCIPLE CmntCH. Services every Sabbath at lu:0 A.. M. and 7:00 r. at. Sahbstb School at 11 M PnnrHHtlm aa Tharaday eveninjs. J. V. Knowler , p. .tor. COKGRKOATIONAL CHURCH. arrloca every bcnool at 11 M. Prvr Maatlac aa Tttareday evea- 10:30 a. M. aul T:on r. M. Baooaia tasa. J. A. Daly, patter. METHODIST KrlSXPAl CH V KCH. Serrlcee ev- ery Sabbeia at IO:S0 A. jt. aad T:oo p. M. aaMMtB Sabbath School at 13 M. rrarer M frarar Meetta" oa Tanra- day ev.auata S. S-aSmIcbi. pni ArriralAud I-nrtureof Malls. BACA. UKCfl. ' . OtMriln. I Aniva TmaH.T, Tbanday aad Sataxday riuald.I - at A. M. um at I P. M. rsss-d. i --.- n i! & " Baat actaa, 1 arrlv Moaday. WfeehT aad WH SalUvan, (dajatlP.M. LearaTnadu.Tbon Poik. ) day aad oatariay at S-.JO X. M. PoaSeia, 1 Spencer. ( Antra Tatatay. Tharsday and tatmr Hoawrrtl.a, C day at II A. M. Laavo at 1 P. M. . 3 Publisher's Notice. ' Taa address label on sock aaoer shows th data to W-Wh tba sabecriber haa paid, that: Jerry Smith 1 jan 79 mi i.-. .w... if- o,fla W w.M An. hi. 111.1 fl every sobocrlber caa oar hooka.! - - r rr Katjaaa taasrtrd. hithla enlaan a lo seats porta ah tnaorOoa,nIie typo. " w V OTerooats. Instead of adva4as-tb Mica of Over coata to eorreopoW arils' the- advance In pries of woolens, ara aro selling cheaper than aver before. Early In taa Spring we closed oat a Una of bearers, worsteds and chinchil la way below the factory prices, so that we re selllnc from 10 to to per cent lelow last year's prices. These prices will be held until our present stock is closed out. Come early and get bargains, as we cannot I eplace them or the same money.--' ' f " j ; , Suits. " ' 1 1 Our stock of mens and boys clothing Is complete of latest styles, elegantly cut and . amide. Oar prices hare arer been the envy of competitors. We guarantee) our prices to bathe lowest, aad warrant every garment to be aa repraaentad, and everything that a not satisfactory in every respect may be returned and we will refund the money. Business salts, M to f IS 00. Boys salts, tUO to 7.50.- Hsts. We can beat the satins on lists. We happened to be la New York, la time to strike a failure ot a large hat and furnishing goods house, and bought salts a stock at auction. We will sell as good a hat for 50 cents as you will get elsewhere for tl; ss good for 73 cts. as you win get elsewhere fur f 1.60. We will sail aa good a Gosssmer Silk Hal for 13.00 ss you will find in any other store for. (5.50 to $6.00.. ,.v --,. -7- . - ' Underwear. We bare a lob lot of ladies underwear at about half price. No trouble to show goods. Come and szsmlno oar stock and satisfy yourselves Wa think we have as nice a line of cloth and suiting aa you will Sad la Lo rain county, and Hletk know Just how to make them up. V ' A . M. FITCH, the aothler. . Thoroughbred Jersey. Wanted, stock-breeders and dairymen to know that B. T. Janes, of Wellington, hia a line Jersey bull, bred by. the noted importer aad breeder, W. I'Gaxdaer, Norwalk, Ohio. It U thoroughbred and 4a recorded In the American Jersey Cattle Club Becister, and a a very fins animal. Those Interested please call at his farm la the north part of the Tillage. 31 tf No Deception Used. It Is strange ao many people will continue to suffer day after dtywlta Dyspepsia, liv er complaint. Constipation, Sour Stomach, General Debility, when they cam procure at oar store Bb. lion's Yltsllser, tree of cost If It does not cure or relieve them. Price 75 cents. Bold by Everett ft Starr, Wellington. -' sia-SOvl Two Tears an Invalid Cured. By coo.oIUbc taa add aa Ubel ar a haa rasilvod aeovar cndlt a Now Bmum, Pa.; July 19, 1965. Dm. M. If. rmn, rredonia, H. Y., Dear Sir: About two years ago I hsd an eruption of the skin and swelling ot my up per lip aad both legs. . J, could not wear a boot for nine months. I also had a bad cough for fifteen years. I began the nse ol your Blood and Liver Bemedy and Nerve Tonic with your Salt Bheam Ointment and Cough Hone via February last. I Improved so fast that I commenced work the first of March. The euro 1 complete, no trace either ot the eourh, eruption or swelling re mains. Yours truly, . , J. M. SETLEB. Br. Fanner's Blnrxi and liver Bemedy sad Nerve Tonic may well be called "The conquering hero" ot the times. It is the medical triumph of the age. Who ever has "the blues4 should take it, for it regulates and restores the disordered system that gives rise to them. It al ways cures BilUotunest sad Liver Com plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa tion, Headaches. Fever sad Ague, Spleen Xnlemaeats, Scrotals, Erysipelas, Pim ples, Blotches, sad all skin eruptions sad blood disorders; Swelled Limbs sad Dropsy; Sleepleaaaess, Impaired Nerves - sad Nerroos Debility v . Restores flesh sad strength when the system is reusing down or going into-decline; cares Fe male Weakness aad Chromic Rheuma tism, sad relieves Chronic Bronchitis, sad all Lang sad Throat difficulties. It does these thing by striking at the root of disease sad removing its causes. Dc Tanner's Improved Coogh Homey will reUSTS any cough in one hoar. ' Dr. Fennel's Golden Relief cares say pain, ss tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or headache in S to SO minutes, sad readily relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint, diarrhoea, dysentery. Tot sale by Dr. 8. B. Xmersoa. . Dr. Fanner's St. Vitus Dance Specific. One bottle always cores, For sale by dealers. At wholesale by Bwilt Dodd, Detroit, For Sale. A desirable House aad Lot or sal cheap. 1 ply to J. H. Beldam. r . tltf WANTED. Old scrap Iron st Bennett ' Bro's. Foundry, for which 80 cents per hand red wiU be paid. Houghton's continue! to be head quarters for spectscles, and all kinds of sids to vision. Has a aew system of stuns;. xryM. SiT- LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS 'Poultry wanted by Couch A Bald win. - 8-tf Highest market price paid for poul try, by Couch ft Baldsin. 8-tf King's California Golden Com pound has arrived at Honghton's. A "choice lot of Tobaccos at A. P. Dimock's, at jobbers' prices. 8-tf. For lamps and fixtures, see the new stock at J. "W. Houghton's. Ten thousand turkeys wanted, by Couch ft Baldwin. 8tf . S. P. Hastings has about com pleted bis borne, and will occupy it soon. In getting ready for winter, do not forget to renew your subscription to the Ektkkpkisb. Mr. IS. W. Lang moved Into his new house on Cortland avenue, last week. , Snndsy "Enquirer will arrive early Monday morning, and be oit sale at Houghton's. : For sfatiopery, school hocks, and si! school supplies, go to Ilouglitori's drng and book store. tf Ohrrlln, Pittflell and Wellington, are one more in daily communication by mail. Union Thanksgiving servicer at the Congregational Church at half-past ten this morning. Paper In quarter ream packages and in smaller quantities cheaper than ever before known, st Houghton's. Go and see the new goods, too num erous to mention, at Houghton's drug and book store. When you are in town stop at A. P.' Dpnock's cigar and tobacco store; be has got something to show yon. 8tf ; The home paper Is the one you can least afford to spare. Send In your sub tcriptions and renewal. ' Goto the new Cigar and Tobacco Store, and get some of that SO cent Tobacco. 8-tf. Conch ft Baldwin are going to buy all the turkeys In the country. 8tf Just received this morning, a third shipment of winter cap. The latest styles. - Prices sure to olease. I 10-3t VT. W. Harvst. A full assortment of writing and copying fluids and inks, pens, pencils, for sale at nonghton's. Wtck-ed things which even good people allow and enjoy lamps. Tou saa get them at Houghton's. 'The addition to the new school bouse is rapidly approaching comple tion and will be ready for occupancy the beginning of nxr trm. A job lot of port moiinaies, wallet, bill hook, and moner purse, for sale at Houghton V, at unheard of prices. The Immense ssle on those beaver overcoats at Harvey's, hs obliged him to ort'er a second shipment. Will sell cheap. 10 St Before yon bny s sewing machine you should examine the Royal St. Joh n, the best machine now io the market. Fine tables only $33.00. Call on Smith, at Rininger'd. The large- and old tree jutt outh of S. Wolcott's house, in hts door-yard, broke In two ami fell In the wind storm of 2fov. 14th. Fortunately It fell from the house. Harvey has the finest assorted lot of gloves snd mittens ever bronght to 'Wellington. Buck, dog and calf skin, yarn and cloth with leather fronts, and at prices to astonish the natives. 10-3S Our good citizen, Mr. Lewis P. Starr of LaGrange, In this county, has just returned from Kansas, after pur chasing 480 seres of line land from the Kansas Paciflo Railway Company. Mr. Starr's two sons- will settle upon the land immediately.' The man who helped himself to some lumber from the new school house s few mornings ago, did not go early enough. He was aeon st It, and now he wants to return It still earlier in the morning, or a black man proposes to make it lively for him. Miss Kate Powers is preparing to meet the wants of patrons in getting ready a supply of useful and beautiful articles suitable for holiday gifts. Go and see her stock In making your rounds of shopping with reference to Christmas. lOtf Ladles who bare not supplied them selves with cloaks and circulars, can save from 85 to 60 per cent, by buying them at Fitch's. . A nice assortment re ceived to-day. This offer Is only good for two weeks, as sll that are not dis posed of within that time will be re turned to the factory. p-Let it be remembered that among the other good things of the season, the ladles of the Disciple Church will hold their annual fair and festival In those pleasant rooms of Mr. Ylscher's, over the store of Wooster 9c Adams, on the eve of Friday, December 5tb, snd will then snd there, be pleased to entertain all their friend. . A group of fourteen persons lately photographed by Mr. Sawtell, shows an interesting class in the M. E. Sunday school of Brighton, taught by s brother of S. Peabcdy of this place. All but one of the officers of the school are em braced in the class, and the teacher has been absent but one Sunday In five and a half years. Special Inducements will be given to subscribers to the Emterpsiss who wish to club with other papers and pe riodicals. Subscriptions will be taken for New York, Cleveland and Cincin nati papers st lowest club rates. Any thtcg published In the Uulted States, furnished at the lowest living margins. Leading dailies kept on sale and fur nished by the week to regular subscri bers. Owing to the Immense sale of Dry Goods, etc., st RIninger's this fall, he has been compelled to go to New York the second time, where he now Is buy Ing goods, snd If you would make your purchases from a new fresh stock, go to Win. RIninger's snd see his new supply of Cloaks, Circles, Shawl, Dress Goods, Skirts, Prints, Notions, Carpets, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, etc. Indeed, snytblng you neeJ, st prices , thst will make you happy. Personal. Miss Augusta Stevenson, of La Grange, has been visiting" Mrs. Arthur Dimock. TV. F. Sawtell is doing some very fine work, some of It ordered with special reference to the approaching holidays. We are glad to be able to report that Dr. McClsren Is msking steady pro gress towards recovery, though more slowly than we would wish. Mrs. Anna Probert came to her moth er's In company with an uncle last Friday evening, and will return to Columbus after visiting Xorwalk this week. Eli Clifford sends his subscription from Escsnaba, Mich., and writes en couragingly of the climate and brisk business demands of the place, -and region. Jahn M. Whitman and F. Rowley, formerly connected with the Oberlin Gazette, have purchased the Lorain Monitor,and re-christened it the Lorain Weekly Times. Arthur E. Whitney, son of S. D. Whitney, of Pitts field. Is now one of the firm of S. Brainard's Sons, music publishers, and located in their branch house in Chicago. Oberlin News. Miss Mary Marshall, an adopted daugh ter of ex-Pre. Wheeler of Baldwin University, has been appointed pre ceptress of a seminary for young ladies at Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. Mr. Lorenzo Childs, rho returned from the West In such feebleness, a short' time sgo, does not improve, and feels the severity of the climate as all persons with delicate lungs do, at this season. Mr. Chas. A. Hoyt, son of Rev. Dr. Hoyt, editor of the Western Christian Advocate, was admitted to the pmctlce of law in the United States Courts yes- terdav. Cincinnati Commercial. Alfred Cellier, a wayward but tal ented Bohemian, a sort of satellite of Sullivan's, is now credited ss having written considerable of Pinafore. Ave are now ready to add any number to the list. The Ex-Empress Eugenie, last Fri day, passed through Paris on her way to Madrid, to see her mother, the Countess De Montijo, who died before her daughter reached her. Prince Na poleon and Ex-Queen Isabella were ad mitted to her presence. The marriage of Mr. Won. M. Salis bury of Strongsville, to Libby E. Ten Broeck of Bcrea, which occurred Thursday evening at the West House, Brooklyn, was a pleasant and happy affair. Rev. E. H. Bush performed the ceremony. Cleveland Leader. Mrs. A. E. Dewey, of Nor walk, was present at the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Benhara. The husband of a de ceased step-daughter, from Pittsburg, was also present. Mrs J Ives returned to New York last week, her mother, Mrs. Adams, being no worse, and ightly Improved In her symptoms. he late N. G. Hoyt, whose death as mentioned last week, came to Pen- field, from Marcellus, N. Y., In 1854, and except two or three years spent In Wellington, had lived there until his removal to Elyrla two years ago. He was from early life a member first of the Presbyterian then the Congrega tional Church, and few men were more affshle and courteous la neighborly In tercourse, or strict In their interpreta tion of what was proper and consis tent in the observance of Chiistian duty. L . Farm Fencing. Examine Phillips Portable Fencing, now on exhibition on Public Squre,as It is the saving of half of the material and half the cost In building. Farmers should avail themselves of the opportu nity of examining It. Farm licences and township rights for sale. 10-2t J. ft n. O. Pbatt. Final Festival of 1879 The Ladies Grand Bazar at the Congrega- . tior.al Church, Tuesday Evening, December 9th. The ladies of the Cong. Church ani Society, will hold a bazutr, Tuesdity evening, Dec. 9th. The rooms of the Congregational Church will bo opened for their accommodation. A substan tial supper will be served In - tho par lors ; also Ice cream and cale to those desiring. The class rooms wilt be fitted up as booths for the sale of tho numer ous fancy article. Among other at tractions will be "The Old Woman tn the Shoe," a photograph gallery, etc. Music of a high order will delight the ear and Inspire the.soul In short an enjoyable time Is anticipated. Late News' Notes. The Faculty of Baldwin University, have decided that "No student will be allowed to own a share. In the billiard hall located In the village, or to visit it." F. R. Loomls, late of the Medina Ga zette, has purchased and taken posses sion of the Norwalk, O., Chronicle. The Whitney brothers of LaGrange have jost completed a new saw-mill, a few rods eastot Grafton Center. Flora ce Abbe, of Elyrla, is bringing from England, by way of Canada, some fine blooded stock. A Universalist Church costing $30, 000 bas just been dedicated at Akron. The Berea Advertiser siys that busi ness in the quarries is better than ,it has been for several seasons, and it Is difficult to get cars enough to handle the stone. Among the new students at Hudson are two youog Jspanese gentlemen. W. F. Rudy, a young Iswyer of Hayesvllle, in a quarrol and scuffle with Tobias Crone, living near Ash land, shot at random, bitting the old man, the boll entering the stomach and lodging near the spine. Advertised Letters. List of letters remaining unclaimed in Wellington P. 0 for the week end Ing Nov, 22, 1879: Mrs. Emetine White, Miss Emma Miller, E. P. Carson, C. II. Clark. J. T. OoDBir, P. M, When falling fjr the above please say "Advertised." A Bonanza of Books. The Stock in Trade of one of the Oldest and Largest Book Stores of the West. Ingham, Clarke fe Co., 917 Superior street, Cleveland, O., are very well known ss repre sentative book sellers, the senior member of the firm having been associated with thai business In Cleveland since 1843, snd un doubtedly the most accomplished and ex perienced connoisseur in his profession of any dealer In the West. Doing business ith every publishing house of any note in the United 8tates, and culling from the choicest collections of foreign houses.we are only calling attention to simple facia in at tempting a brief description of the complete ness and immenaity of their stock. The name of the firm above the entrance In the narrow limits of a crowded street. Is less pretentious than thst of many trading on a capital of a few hundreds, and gives no hint of the almost infinite vsriety of books on! their shelves, and roods pertaining to their trade solidly packed under all the counters and la every foot of available spice In a store occupying the basement and first floor of a building twenty five feet wide and one hundred and seventy-five feet in depth. Doing a large businesi in both wholesale and retail trade, this house deals In books of every description, from the most learned and exhaustive treatise In science or theolo gy, to the moat attractive j a veulle woiks or the latest fiction snd the current literature of the day. Here may be found books with ccd tents suited to every degree of attain ment, in bindings to please the most fastidi ous taste, snd upon all subjects, suiting the inclinatioas of all classes ot minds. 'Books for every profession" is the aim of this house, and one ouly needs to exam ine any department to be surprised at the ex tent and fulness of the collection. A whole sals trade that embraces orders from every state ot the West, which sends to California, tbe Sindaich Islanda and China; whose pub lications reach New Zealand and India, mutt ot course comprehend tho needs of every class in our own country. Tho SCHOOL BOOK DBPARTMIXT Includes all tLe text books in use in the Uiilted States, snd seeing their stock one might suppose that for a time no more need be published. Sold at retail, and In quanti ties at wholesale, they are shipped to all points of the West, and every year replaced by others. As everyone familiar with the wants of the modern schoolroom is'awsrc, the books are only one item of tbe pupils requirements, and a glance at shelves, tables snd counters, and long rows ot labelled drawers containing the necessary schoolroom implements of the present day, from a globe to a slate pencil, would be a revelation to the generations agone, who were fully equipped with two or three books, snd possibly a slate, often carefully preserved snd handed down from father to son. THE SC1TDAT SCHOOL DZPaKTMBST Contains several thousand volumes of choice books, selected from every available source, Including the publications of all the religions societies, so thst each denomina tion can by coming here or sending for one of Ingham ft Clarke's catalogues, giving an economical plan ot selection, obtain any list they may desire. In this connection we msy mention that here msy be found all the aids to both teachers and scholsrs In the study of the Bible, including Vincent's "Notes snd Questions" and Peloubet's "Se lect Notes" on the International series now out for 1880, together with msps, charts, Bible dictionaries, commentaries, compends, review csrds,question books, and everything used as aids in preparing the lesson, or to assist in making clear what is taught In the Bible class or Sunday school. They have what they call their "Chautauqua table," on which Is congregated the entire list of text books used In the Chautauqua literary course. TBI RELIGIOCS DBPABTMBXT Embraces standard theological books, com mentaries by 81 autbors.family Bib!es,choice styles and in great variety; teachers' Bibles, pulpit Bibles, of many kiuds. This is also the depository of the American Bible Society. Tbe Oxford University Press has issued a complete series ot Teachers' Bibles.expressly for the use of Sunday school teachers, and students of the BiKc. They contain in addi tion to text with references, all that is impor tant in other teachers' Bibles,besldes valua ble information written specially for these editions, embracing the results of the most recent explorations in Palestine, and the latest scientific investigations all through the East. "The Ingham Lectures" on the Evi dences of Christianity, published three years ago, are still selling readily, nearly the whole of the "second edition being exhausted. There is a CLaSEICaI. department Where the linguist msy find Greek and Latin text books, German books; French, Hebrew, and Spanish books, Italian and Sanscrit, grammars and dictionaries. And a SISniCAJ. DEPARTMENT Ot several hundred volumes. Among theae are standard books for family use, and the new medical books of every school of prac tice received as published. IX TUB LAW DEPARTMENT Are dockets and blanks, Ohio statu tes.books and blanks for Justices, guides for adminis trators and township officers, and old and new standard legal text books in full varletv. While in Europe, this year and last, the senior member of the firm, who bofore bsd been In the habit of ordering from foreign publishers such works as could not be ob tained in this country, was able to examine storks snd select in person some very rare sets; among them tbe basis of all modern law Justinian In the original vellum, and other very rare works interesting to the legal profession. Here sre the "American Archives authentlck records, state papers, debates, Ict'ers snd other notices of pnhllck sffUIrs," forming a documentary history during the Revolution. The North American Review, fifty vol umes; "The Monthly Review or Literary Journal," London; valuable for its contem porary view of literary matters, with man ners and customs ot that time. Congression al records, the American almanac, SI vols.; and the London Annual Register containing a view of history, politics, state papers, no ted characters, travels, trials, snd books and poetry for each year, bound In old calf, and other books In black letter, some dated ss far back as 1900. Persons In search ot atrriQ.i-i.TiBS For public snd private libraries, will find their attention arrested by many rare vol umes and sets picked up la the old world. such ss the "Bridgewatcr Treatise," Psley, In solid calf binding?; "The complete works of Ancient poets," in solid Russia bindings at 80 cts. a volume, Arty-four volumes that cannot bs duplicated; .Watt's complete works, quarto, half calf, at the cost of bind ing; tha original "Percy Anecdote," "Plok erton's Travels Around the World," 17 vols., quarto. Illustrated, puillahed by subscrip tion for 3X) lbs. sterling and oOdrcd at $40, with a set of Rollln in large tj-pi and lasting Russia bladings, at aro very quaint specimens of book making in ye olden time. Passing on we notice that in addition to the departments we have mentioned, there are others not less full, such as tha Agricul tural, the Music Bo .k department, SUtion ary.Blank Book ,and Library acpirtments.the Miscellaneous department, and the Publish ers department, each as complets as though it was a specialty. There are alcoves de voted to the publications of tho chief houses of this country, from which are received new books as fsst ss published. Among these we noticed Harper, Scribner, Llppin eott, Houghton, Osgood & Co.. Appleton, Carleton, Lee & Bhephard, Blgelow and Main, and were not further surprised to learn that any book advertised In any paper on any subiect, could be furnished here st pub lishers rates.- In the miscellaneous de partment alone, 15,000 volumes sre constant ly in stock. Ssying so much about books has left us no room to mention other goods per taining to a book-store, such as globes, dia ries, pocket books and albums, but these are also here. Many more things than we can name, help to complete this mine represent ing the Ideas, the fancies, and the achieve ments of all ages, which aside from the toil and gain la the rest romance of book selling. JUST FOUND OUT That the place to buy Good Oysters is at tbe Star Bakery. We ara selling more Oysters than ever, and on Friday and Saturday of this week we will have A fresh lot on hand; especially for Saturday's trade, and If you want them to eat on Sunday they will be in good order. Next week Thursday will be Thanks giving, and for that occasion we will have on hand some 20 or 30 gallons, fresh and nice. Remember that our brands are solid meats. Oysters and lunch served at my rooms every day. Xo pains will be spared to please all who come. My canned goods were bought when prices were very low, and I will sell them the same. J. P. EIDT. Rooms Jn&t North of Rinlnger's store. Trees. Fruit, shade, ornamental of all vari eties and grades. C. W. Baker of Palncsville, O., who has been selling and delivering stock from the nursery oi Storrs & Harrison of that place is re ceiving many words of commendation for the very excellent quality of his trees. Ills customers uniformly ex press entire satisfaction with both qual ity and prices. He will continue to canvass iu this vicinity all winter and will fill orders taken, uext Spring. Reserve your orders until he calls on you and gives you prices. 6 -4m Mr. If your wife makes it unpleasant for you after buying shoddy coal oil, go to liowiby & Ua.ll a and buy the pure water white. You can't afford to live in dark ness. A number of persons have said they got the best Oysters from us that they had this year. What does that mean? A reputation lor selling the best goods lengthens our girt. We don't want a reputation for tho lowest prices, it's too suggestive of slops, sknm, watered stock, dyspepsia, headache, etc. Pure and healthy food makes the head right, and when you are right in the bead you will go to Bowlby & Hall's for flour, crack ers, buckwheat, canned goods, dried beef shavings, fresh rossted coffee, tea and everything in their line. Remember tnat between December 20th, 1879, and January 2d, 1880, to everybody that buys a pound of tea or over, or a dollar's worth of coffee or over, we give a pound of pure mixed candy. This is no money making scheme. We sell the same goods at the same prices we ao any time in the year. We have the best assortment of dishes and glassware in town. Come and look at them. BOWLBY & HALL. Bad Blood. A serious emeute oc curred on John street last night, be tween two horny handed sons of toil, which resulted in a broken arm for Smith and a cracked rib for Jackson. For bad Mood there is nothing equal to Scovill's Blood and Liver Syrup, which drives out all impurities like magic. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, biuiscs, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all kiuds of skin eruptions. This saive is guaranteed to give perfct satisfaction in every case or money refunded. Pric3 25 cents per box. For sale by J. W. Houghton. a Notice. Being the authorized agent of E. B. Mallory, I have appointed A.L. Dewey my agent at Wellington, to handle his brand of oysters and will at all times guarantee our sroods. Anv sroods not No. 1 at time of receiving them, can he returned to him, and prices at all times as low a? the lowest. W. C. Brack. Cleveland, Oct. 25, la79. C tf Eye, Ear and Deformities. One or more of the Surgeons of the Central Surgical Infirmary, of Indian- polls, Iti J., will visit personally, Wellington, at the American House, Mouduy, December 10th, and Oberlin, Thursday, Nov. 27th. All afflicted witii any disease of the eye or ear, catarrh, cross eyes, club foot, spinal curvature, piles or chronic diseases, etc., can consult thein free of charge. Artificial eyes inserted. Remember tbe dates. 9-2t Five Hundred Thousand Strong. In the past few months there has been more than 500,000 bottles of Shi loh's Cure sold. Out of the vast num ber of people who have used it, more than 2,000 cases of consumption have been cured. All coughs, croup, asth ma and bronchitis yield at once, hence it is that everybody speaks in iu praise. To those who have not used it, lot us say, if you have a cough, or your child the croup, and you value Ufa, don't fail to try it. For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Said by your druggist, Everett t Starr. Stop That Cougr. If you are cufferirg with a cough, cold, a-ulima, bronchitis, . Uiyr fever, consumption, lost of yolco, tickling in the throat, or any aflVcMon of the tluont or lungs, use Dr. King's New Discov ery for consumption. This is the great remedy that is eiusing so much excitement by its wonderful C:ircs, cur ing thousands of hopeless CS'?. Over one million bottles of D. King's Nw Discovery have been used within the Iat year, cud have given perfest satis faction in every instance. We can. nn- hc iutingly say that this ii really tho only sure cure for throat and lung af fections, and can cheerfully room mend it to all. Call and get a trial bottle free of cost or a regular size for f 1.00. For sale hy J. W. Ilnughton. "Infallible" is tho verdict of the afflicted when referring to the merits of 'Seller's Liver Pills." Bad blood always causes trouble. It may be a family fight, or boils, pim ples, itch, tetter, etc.; but no matter, Dr. Lindsley's Blood Searcher" Is the cure-all. We have a speedy aud positive cure for catarrh, diphtheria, canker mouth, and headache, in Shiloh's Catarrh Rem edy. A nasal injector free with each bottle. Use It If you desire health and sweet breath. Price 60 cts. Sold by Everett & S arr. A Strange People. Do you know that there are strange people In our community, we say strange because they seem to prefer to suffer and pass their days miserably, made sw by dyspepsia and liver com plaint, indigestion, constipation and general debility, when Shiloh's Vitali zer Is guaranteed to cure them. Sold by Everet & Starr. The word Eclkctric In the name of the celebrated household remedy Thomas' Eclectric Oil, signified se lected and electrized, and aptly de scribes its nature. The ingredient) of this annihilator of pain and remedy for lameness, sores, hurts, throat and lung difficulties, dysentery, blllious- ness, snd other afflictions, are carefully selected, and possess valuable eleetric qualities. Look for the advertisement! Answer to Many Correspondents. In reply to numerous inquiries from our readers, concerning the wonderful qualities of the Great German Remedy, St Jacobs Oil, mentioned in our last issue, we would inform them that the article may be obtained from our retail druggists, or by their aid. Ask for St. Jacobs Oil, and if the dealer does not keep it in stock, he will be sble to procure tt in a few days from the wholesale bouses. We un derstand there is already an immedi ate demand for the 'remedy, which Is not so very surprising when it is con sidered what it is daily accomplishing In the way of relief and cures, bord ering in some Instances, on the mirac ulous. Tbe Real Estate Boom. New York reports an advance in real estate of over 50 per cent, during the past six months. That landed property is advancing in price in Cleveland, and that it is being more sought after than It has been for years is apparent as the boom in stocks, iron, coal, and other commodities. Within eighteen days past Mr. D. R. Taylor, tho well known real estate broker, has made, among many other sales of less Importance, the fol lowing: CO ft. on south side Euclid ave., $12,000 60 ft. " " 14,250 81ft. " " " 12,450 100 ft. " " " 16,600 48 ft. " " " 8,600 Cleveland Voice. THE MARKETS CHEESE. Tbe marke t still firm and moderately active with prices unchanged. We quote: buying, (naked) 10llc; billing, (boxec)ll 12 cents. The shipments of cheese for the week ending Nov. 25, are as follows: No. of Boxes, 3.15S; No. of pounds, 116.2S0. Butter for the same time as follows : No. of pkgs. 43G; No. of pounds 25 ,155. Wellington Produce Market. CORRKCTKD WSEKLY BY BALDWIH, LACK- DO CO. Annlra. dried. lb 4 Geeae dreraed. V lb OS H.r. a ton a uo Hams smoked, lb 8 Hldca.freen.VI.... 3 Maple War, lb...JXstlo Potatoes. V bu.... SO lUca. lb t Salt, Sue. tnck a UU S.lt, A.htoo. V lb 3 Salt, Coaimon. bbl.. 1 4o Salt.Soar. bbl 3 00 Sh ep Pelta, V lb .2Ssl 00 Turkey. dreed, flu 8 10 Timothy teed, 3 00 Wool, lb JS3i Applet, graen. V buO 7.V Dueswax. f id...........2 Bean.. bu 1 so Buckwheat, ba 7" ChlckcDSdreued.) et7 Clover aeed.bu ....4 75 CJ.If ttlni. w 10 7 Deaccn Skins, 4083o Ducka dreued, lb 10 BLTTfcK U.irjr. IO 349 Creamer. lb T.TgUV dol l FeaUiera, a lb 7u Grain, Flour and Feed. CORRECTED WKXXLY BY . II. B. HAMLIX. mran. V ewt 80. ton IS 00 SKU.IXS. I Com. shelled. 9 ba SO FLOUR Corn In ear, 9 ba.. ....so .... .5 so .3 eo B?t wnite. 9 wick Brat Red, sick .. Xo. a. lick .1 65 .1 S) .1 IJO .3 Or .3 SO .1 IO ,.: HI .1 ..! lOI ....8& ..1 SO Oats. w oa Clover seed. V bu ... TlmoUij aecd. bu. Qrah.m, si cwt.-. Backwheat Hour,... Bolted Meal. t cwt.. Meal. ewt Cuop.cwt Mlddllnra, a ewt Shorts. cwt Oil Meal V cwt PATUCO. Corn, shelled. V bu.. Com. In ear, 9 bu ... Oats. V bu 45 ... .4S . ...ss 1 10 Clover seed. 9 ba 5 CO Tlniotbr seed ba.-j jo warat, V oi. How Ecksteine Hills tt Co., Man ufacture Their White Lead. Messrs. Euksteiue, Hills & Co., have sdopted tbe Dutch process, which, after hundreds ' of years exptrience, has pTovea the test. It consists in exposing thin sheets of mitsllc lead to vsoors of acetic acid for a long period. Into the bottom of earthen pots or crocks is poured weak vin egar, made by diluting acetic acid, about a quart In each pot; sheets of lead (commonly cast iu round lattice work shapes called buckles, about the size of a tea plate) are placed in the pot,, ten of these weighing about ten pounds, being placed hi each pot. resting on shoulders above, but aot la tou ted with the vlneear. Being thus prepared, they are placed together in successive lsyers lu stacks, about eighteen feet square. Each layer is covered with boards snd then with spent tan bark, or stable litter, the best from which causes the vioegsr to fer ment, and this starts the process of corro sion. Each stack usually contains from twenty to twenty-fire tons ot lead in from four thousand to fire thousand pots. At the end ot about three mouths the stacks are opened sr.d the carbonated lead emptied in to the separating machinery, which sepa rates the corroded lead from -that not cor roded. The carbonate is then drpoai'ed by elevators In tanks, where It Is thoroughly washed to remove any discoloration; It Is then ground in a pastry state under French burr stones; next pumped Icto tanks snd allowed to settle. After a few davs it la plsced on copper pans heated by steam, and dried; it is then tbe dry white lead of com merce. Then it is mixed with linseed oil in proportion of nine parts by weight of oil, to ninety-one parts by weight of white dry lead, snd finished by grinding. By the Dutch process of corroding, wbite lead con tains more oxide of lead, and possesses a greater covering power or body than when made bj any other process. For Sale in Wellington bv J. S. WOOLLEY. Townley's Toothache -dnodyui CUBE3 IN ONE MINUTE. Beware of Coaaterfclts. SB eow-iy $350 A MONTH! A3SSTS ViXTZtl 7SlMlllktlrtMukiU.V,rUMn. vis stm. asJAT BRONSOH, Bttnii, Uss OYSTERS I OYSTERS! ETC. I guarantee to all my customers oys ters as fresh and ss good, for as low prices as any other house in this place. I shall have on hand a full supply for Thanksgiving of bulk and cans. - Please call before you buy and ex amiue goods and prices. R. J. ROBINSON. jEI. 33. Hwi.oili3ij Heedqnarters 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 for inferior kinds. Try it, and get rid of that bane of the family, bad bread. Farmers having grain should re member that this is the place, to get the highest market price for it in cash. They should also remember .hat in or der to continue to raise good crops they must apply fertilisers to their lands. SUPERPHOSPHATES have been proved to be the most pow erful, best and cheapest fertilizer in the market. Made 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 perfectly adapted to all crops. Call and get circulars. Warehouse South of Ry., Depot, 4Iu-33-tf Wellington, Ohio. STOVES! STOVES! STOVES! Ladies and Gentlemen are invited to call and examine the best line of COOKING STOVES THE TRAVELER takes the lesd among these. Attention Is also called to the cele brated Hard Coal Burner "SPLENDID," one of the most popular now in market. TIN "WARE! Milk Pans sod Milk Palls at Wholesale or Retail, or any thing else you msy want in -THE- TI1T OR AGATE WARE LINE. Pumps! Pumps! A full line of Porcelain Lined and Plain Wood Pumps, and the various styles of Iron Pitcher Pumps. NEW ATTRACTION3 Are offered ou our Fire And Ten Cent COUNTERS ! The number and variety of useful articles that can be purchased is really astonishing Call and look them over, and when you want to buy you won't forget it. JOB "WORK. Tin Roofing, Eavespouting, or any kind of repair work in TIN, COPPER, or SHEET- IRONWARE! C3T" We would say that we keep first- class Workmen. In regard to prices, we will guarantee prices to be low as the lowest. 46-tf F. T. -SMITH. A WKFK In yotir own town, and no capital rUked. Vu can give the buslntss atrial without ex pense. The beat opportunity ever offered ta those wllllna to work. Vou should try nothlnir else until vou see for vouraell what on en do at the business wc offer. No room to explain here. Von caa devote all roar time or only your spare time to tbe buttnesa, and mak great pay fur every hour that you work. Women make aa much as men. Send f-.r special private terms and particulars, which we 1. 1 1 jr-ee. .- unint irets. juo t complain oi uara Uraes when you have such a chance. Aodresa U. HALLKTT at CO.. Portland. Maine. 37-ly Estate Notice. . Kotles la hereby given that the aaderslsiied haa been duly appointed and onalifled Executor of tbe last will and testament of Eraatus Knapp, deceased, late ot Rochester, Lorain County. Ohio. DAXUX 8. POND. November 3th, 1830. s-st. Notice of Sale. Tha Board of Education of the Incorporated vtl laav of Wellington, will seU at public auction, on Saturday. Dec 20th, 187a, the South Primary school building, and lot six rods by ten. Lot and balldmg to be sold arperately. Tbe Board reserve the right to one bid oa each. Sale to commence at IO A. At., on tbe pranlses to ba so'd. Time wlU be given oa part of purehaee price. But per cent Interest on deferred payments. 8 ft Br Oxdib BOARD OF EDUCATION. Divorce Notice. The Stite of Ohio, Lorain Co., O., a a. J In the Court of Common Pleaa. Myron Bawley. put, 1 aft.lnat J Petition for Divorce. Emily Hawley. dfc ) Tha defendant, Emily Bawley, will take notice that the above named plaiatlB, on the 29th day ot October. A. D., 1879. tiled his p.-UUon In said c.nrt foe a divorce. Said petition charjrea that the sald.Emtly. In the year A, D.. 1877. did reneate ly commit audultry with one GeorRe Davis, at Hunting, ton. la aaid county, and that she la now living with and cohabiting with the aa d Davis, la the State of Michigan, la s state of audultry. 8. Id petition will be for hoarlug at any session cf said court, after six weeks from the date hereof. MITtoX HAWLKT, By J. H. Dickson, bis Attorney. October Sjth, 1879. e-ot-chd. S66 The World's Child-Magazine. John Greenleaf Whittier, the most child hearted as he is among the foremost of American Authors, writes of St. Nicaolas: "It is little to ssy of this magazine that it Is the best child's periodical in the world." Prof. Proctor, the astronomer, wrote front London: "What a wonderful magazine it Is for young folks, and ours are quite as much delighted with it as American children can be!" That it is calculated to delight the little folk everywhere Is Indicated by the fact that it is to be issued In French by Del scrave of Paris, and that even the far-away little Moslems are now to have a volume made up ot translations from Sr. Nicholas into Arabic, by the Rev. II. H. Jessup. Beginning with the November number (resdy Oct. 85th) the magazine is to be printed on heavier paper with wider mar gins, and is to be so mnch enlarged that the new volume will contain nearly two hun dred more pages than any former volume, while the price will remain the same. The publishers announce many brilliant novel ties, including a new serial by Miss Louisa M. Alcott, entiUed "Jack and Jill;" "The Treasure-Box of English Literature," , in which wiU be given gems from standaid English and American Authors; an Acting Plaj for Sunday Schools, by Rev. Edward Eggleston, which will be printed in time for the hollidays, with directions for its repre sentation in school exhibitions; and a beau tiful Fairy Operetta for children, entitled "The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood." ' The November number has two beautiful frontispieces and a red-line title-page, and contains over sixty illustrations. In it, be gins a new serial story for boys, "Aaoiff THi Lakss," by the author of 'Dab Klnzer. Another splendid serial for boys has been secured for this volume, "The Falrport Nine," a story of a base-ball club, by Noah Bbooks. In short, St. Nicholas, which hss no rival on either continent, la to be better than ever. A superb Christmas number is in prepa ration, to sppear early in December. Sub scriptions should begin with November. Buy it of your book-seller, or send the sub scription price to the publishers. Price, $3.00 a year; 25 cents a number. EcaiBNBa & Co., 743 Broadway, N. T. FURNITURE ! CTTH.A'PSraSS & ;F.T.TsTT.TTCa Is found at the waierooms of A.G.&G.L.COUCn, WeHlzxgtoa, Q. Great additions have been made to the stock to meet the demands of the trade. Tbe 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 PARLOR GOODS, Which they offer st very Low Prices. IN TOE 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 thisbusiuess we guarantee to keep in good condition all bodies put in our charge for any length of time desired, without change or decomposition. Light-Sun n In r Domestic Sewing Machine The new TJKDERBR AIDER, which Is the best and only thing of the kind ever used, is now a part of the machine, and, with the new Self-Threading Shuttle, Self-Adjusting Needle, new Take-up, Combination Wheel and other improvements makes It the best Under-feed Hewing Machine made. I am also agent for the Davis Vertical Feed The Few Home Sewing Machines, each of which has advan tages peculiar to itself, which recommends them for a variety of uses and n.ake them second to none iu the market. Parties desiring machines will find it to their advantage to give me a call. All ma chines warranted. All kinds of Sewing Machine Needles and also a fine quality of Sewing Machine Oil kept for sale. S. P. HASTINGS, Ag't, Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, 0 Jan. 16th lyr. S'2500 ft year. Send Ten Cents tn me cent stamps fir a fine Stlrer Plated Tb I Bi ble, retail price 25 cent, aad learn how to make $25GU a year. No bum- bmca. Only tboac who mfat business need apply. . T. BUCK. 4fe CO.. kUtun, Pa, FRANK H. CHURCHILL, PRACTICAL PIANO TUNER, Oberlin, - Obi", Pianos and Organs Repaired. All Work Warranted to Give Satisfaction. TESTIMONIALS. Th's is to certify that we, the under signed, have employed Mr. F. Chur chill as a Tuner and Kepairer, and that the work for us has given entire satis faction. Prof. Rice, Prof. Wright, Prof. Ca-!r, . Prof. Severance. Prof. PavK Prof. Blakeslee, Prof. Sweet. iT Orders left wiih J. W. Houghton will receive prompt attention. 37-tf one HERE! $5 ia CfOQCS for SO cts. ssBwawawawsnS) w TtitutbM svsoswy-ssakiac seerttt: N Kscfe nt tjrcsj Mf FotiBtiia e; f WrvH Posts: I Stim-stat! Heldwrj I Han HoMer; 1 Rol.feer-tiii fVBcif ; 12 fts EnvrU pes; 13 sbSwts tars Paper ( I l.sV mmh ts)i fuiT Pocs. and Chi Bess Secrrt for (tossinc I'Ms. (snf ssosir-y sNir crM All Nnt for Fifty Cents. Start takes. AJdrwws, ifcsub. Wtj CXIOJ JMMMk iV nrifsiUwsit rm Jsmj.