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Thursday, Dec. 18. 1879.
J. HOUGHTON, M. H. HOUGHTOK,
C. C. C. & I. B. B. Time-table.
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W. B. rilHIB. lt.
BiaCTrLX CHU8CB.-9.rrlM sTary Sabbath at
lu-.ao a. at aad TnU P M. Sabbath Saboui at 11
M. rravar Moetlna aa Tbarsday a v asanas. J. B.
COW0BEaTlO(aL CHURCH. terrloaa mrt
Sabnata u 10:10 a. M. and 7:0 P. M. Sabbath
chaal at U M. rrayar Meetinc oa Thareday tBt
la Cm. J. a. lay. pastor.
METHODIST EPiaiXFaX. CHCnCH Serrleaa ar
ery aabbatb at KfcBO a. M. aad T:v P at. aabbalb
abbaia School at is M. Prayer Meetls oa Taaia
day av.alasa. . a Albrtsht, aarfur.
rrlTMland I-prtare of Hails.
Obsrrra. ArrlnTmliT, Thareday and Saturday
rliubll i UILL utnitlF.M.
Bus-atom. Antra dally at 10 A. ML Leave at
j. ClarriSaM. 1 11 A. M.
Baatlaafa. 1 Antra If oaday, Wednesday and Trt
SalUvaav day at 1 P. M . Leave Ta.saay.Thars
Polk. ) . day aad aataraay at B.SO A. M.
Maw, t An-tve T a n day. Thursday and Satar
KotawrrC e, ( day at 11 A. U. Leave at 1 P. M.
Wrat aalan. )
label oasaeh paper shows tbe data ta
Terry Btaith 1 Jan 79
Italia 'bat Mr. Saittb aa paid for ate paper aatfl
isaaary IK. 17. T. snail list s i reeled weekly,
y caa-ulUea-teeddteal,asl every subscriber caa
tall la aa laataal bow bla aasoent etanda, aad whelh
ar ha ha Mislrsa Braver credit aa oar hooka. -
Batfaa hsnlti ta this eolasmaat 10aaaar Una
as bmbtHiss, aalaloa type, .
O, Say, have yon seen thoae nice 8 ilk
Handkerchief for Christinas presents, at
Tboae Scarf aa)e ornamental as well
aa useful Cbtiatma .reseate. Ton can get
'cbb at fitch's.
FOUND. The neat Cloves ard Mittens
for the money, at Fitch's.
LOST. The lad or gentl-maa that lost
a aatehel, can get one at about halt the
uaual price, at Fitch's.
Last Bummer Fitch bought an im
mease atoak of uoderclothlrjr. Bine than
the advance has fceen orar tS per cent., but
his customers jret the beneat, He sells si
the old price.
Wool and woolen roods hare cone up
tot per cent, within the Ust three
months. Fitch bought his stock early. It-
ton any advance, aad sells at the old price,
lie says, "aext year look out. for sooJe
ean't be bought of manufactareta as low as
Fitrh has nearly one hundred Overcoata
on hand now. Tou can get one 85 per cent,
cheaper now than yon can If you wait till
A. It- FITCH, the Clothier.
Wanted, stock-breed era and dairymen to
know that SL. W. Jeaea, of Wellington, has a
Sne Jersey bull, bred by the noted importer
and breeder, 17. L. Gardner, Norwalk, Ohio.
It is thoroughbred aad is recorded In the
Amerieaa Jersey Cattle Club Reclster, and
s a vary taa animal. Tbosa interested
please call at hi farm in the north part of
the villa. Sltf
No Deceptiou Used.
It la Strang so many people will continue
to suffer day after day with Dyspepsia, Liv
er complaint. Constipation, Sour Stomach,
General Debility, when they caa procure at
our store Bhlloh's Yttaliser, free of coat if
it does not cure or relieve them. Price 75
cuts. Bold by Kverett A Starr, Wellington.
... Prom Detroit.
. DaTBorr, Mich., Jin. 80,187..
Da. If. K. FssBca, Fredonla, N. T-,
Dear Sir: flease s-nd me one bottle of
your Blood and Liver Kemedy and Nerve
Tonic, and four bottles of your Improved
Cough Honey. I find tbem the beat reme
dlea I have ever tried. Nothing helped our
children waen they were recovering from
whooping cough aa your Cough Honey, sad
and aa for colds it certainly cures them very
quickly. We can not do without your ex
cellent remediea In our family, as they al
ways help as when we are in pain. Enclosed
And S3. Your truly,
MKT. JOH2T LUTMAN.
Br. ?ennrrs Blood and Liver Remedy
and Nerve Tonic may well be called
"The conquering hero" of the times. It
is the medical triumph of the age. Who
ever has "the blues4 should take it, for
it regulates and restores the disordered
system that gives rise to them. It al
ways cores Billioosness and Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen
XiilargmenU, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pim
ples, Blotches, and all skin eruptions
and blood disorders; Swelled Limbs and
dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves
aad Nervous Debility; Restores flesh
aad strength when the system is running
down or going into decline; cures Fe
male Weakness and Chronic Rheuma
tism, and relieves Chronic Bronchitis,
sad all Lang and Throat difficulties.
It does these things by striking at the
root of disease and removing its causes.
' Da Fennel's Improved Cough Honey
will relieve any cough in one hour.
Dr. Fennel's Golden Relief cares any
Sain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or
e ad ache in 5 to 80 minutes, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint,
diarrhoea, dysentery. For sale by Dr. 8.
B. Emerson. Dr. Fennels St. Vitus
Dance Speciflc. One bottle always cures.
For sale by dealers.
AUrholesala by Swift ft Dodd, Detroit,
For lamps and fixtures, see the new
stock st J. W. Houghton's.
King's California Golden Com
pound bss arrived st Houghton's.
' In getting ready for winter, do not
forget to renew your subscription to
the Ebtkbpbisb. .
For stationery, school books, snd
all school supplies, go to Houghton's
drag snd book store. tf
Paper in quarter ream packages
snd in smaller quantities cheaper than
er before known, at Houghton's.
Go snd tee the now goods, too num
erous to mention, st Houghton's drag
and book store.
The home paper Is the one you can
least afford to spare. Send In your sub
scriptions snd renewals.
A fuU assortment of writing and
copying fluids and Inks, pens, pencils,
for sale at Houghton's.
Wlck-ed things which even good
people allow and enjoy lamps. Ton
an get tlism st Houghton's.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
W. II. Hilborn at the M. E. Church.
Tuesttsy evening, Dec. 23 1.
Specimen copies of the X. Y. Tri
bune can be had at this office.
A choice lot of Tobaccos at A. P.
Dimock's, at Jobbers' prices. 8-tf.
Read Houghton's holiday sd. In
The late fair and concert st the
Congregational Church, netted 1168.13.
Tlio 3 : 10 p. m., passenger train go
ing south, does not stop at Wellington
If you would save 10 to 20 dollars,
buy your Sewing Machines of Smith, at
Will some of our subscribers favor
us with their copies of last week's pa
per, Xo. 12. Would like four or five.
When you are In town stop at A.
P. Dimock's cigar and tobacco store;
be has got something to show you. Stf
S. A. Potrra I, as piircliaei the
grocery stock of D. T. Bush, and will
continue bis business at Mr. Bush's
Whit has become of the Obeilin
GaS'tter The Lorain Times has been
in the de-crtctl office and says it is a
Go to the new Cigar and Tobacco
Store, and get some of that 50 cent
It has been tested in a court of law
at Wurtemburg, that a sheep-eating
dog if caught early enoagh, can be
proven guilty by giving him an emet
ic. Ladles Cloats and Clicles, latest
styles, cheap, $3.00 and upwards at
Win. Rininger's. " 13-4w T
Waxtbd 100,000 feet Oak, Ash
and Hickory logs.
11-3U C. W." Hkmskwat & Co.
All colors of perforated board, also
gilt and silver card board, at Hough
ton's; also a very choice new lot of
scrap pictures for applique work.
ll-4t v '
"Land and Home'' is a new publica
tion isne I at 37 Paik Row, New York,
at 2.00 a 'year, with Information de
signed for everybody with rural tastes
Katie Powers fancy articles of her
own design snd manufacture, are
among the prettiest goods we have seen
for holid iy gifts. She deserves to sell
G. W. Crosier has sold his residence
on Barker Street to J as. Shelden. Con
sideration f 1,000, and has purchased
the Barnard property on Taylor street.
Consideration f 1442. ,
W. H. Milbnrn U very ti roughly
endorsed by such u J. Q. Blaine,
S'xnnn Cameron, J. A. CarneM, O. P.
Morton, together with 30 other leading
men of national reputation.
We learn that the Mayor has given
the opinion that onr gambling room
might le closed up if any' one could be
found to make the nrcfstfary legl com
plaint. We hare nothing more to say.
Five wrecked buggle and wagons
were discovered between Wellington
and nnntlngton,- Saturday. Nothing
has exceeded the height and depth and
uncompromising solidity of the hubs of
last week. ' ' . i
A few more pretriVuuw r warded at
our late Fair remain unpaiJ. Persons
having claims against the Agricultural
Society will please present them before
the first of January, 18S0.
R. N. Goodwin, Sec.
I will tell yon what would be a
very acceptable boltdy present. Ore
of Harvey's warm scarfs, mufflers,
gloves, tnlttf, or even a silk handker
chief. He says be will be in readiness
for tho emergency this week. 13-2t
The Lorain Connty Teachers As
sociation will meet in the E!yrla High
school building, Saturday. Prof.
White of Oberlin. and Supt. Kennison
of Wellington, will take part.
Don't buy anything of the nickel-
Ised cast steel stiver plated spoon
swindlers; nor deal with - the cattle
buyer yon do not know ; nor sign your
name to anything whatever presented
to yon In transaction with a stranger.
Horr, Warner fc Co., have leased
the park just east of the passenger de
pot, and will erect a brick ware-house
on it for cold storage purposes, which
they expect to have ready for the next
G. W. Crosier & Co., have leased of
the R. R. Co., ground at the end of the
freight depot, for s cheese ware-house.
Brick have already been purchased and
work will be begun Immediately and
pushed as rapidly as possible.
The fat steers so well known ss
belonging to W. W. Penfleld's fcerd,
a 1th five other head of fat cattle, were
driven into Wellington by nenry Wit
beck, Tuesday, who was taking them
to Buffalo, and some fortunate people
East will have choice cuts ot Christ
Mrs. Cowles sudden' death last
week from pneumonia, startled all her
acquaintances, snd many are tho ex
pressions of sorrow st the Iocs of so ac
tive and benevolent a Christian woman.
She was one of the old members of the
Congregational Church, and a very de
voted servant of her Master.. -
A brother of the Mr. Gait who was
taken in at the gambling room in
Union Block, to the tuno of f 9s, was In
town Monday of last week; and in the
evening got so drunk and disorderly
he was taken to the cooler to recuperate
bis nervous system. Tuesday aiomlng
his Honor assessed him $5 for lodgings.
The Gaits are s happy family.
There has been a number of case's
of illness in town the past week, of
throat and lung difficulties that for the
time were serious. Mr. Mills Janitor
of the Congregational Church, Is re
ported very ill. Mrs. Webster, mother
of E. F. Webster, is ' also on the sick
list. Mrs. Adams, who has been parti
ally paralysed for several weeks, has
been so much worse the past week as to
require constant watching, iler speech
is very much impaireJ snd she Is oth
erwise almost entirely helpless. A. L.
Usyes. out on a business trip, was taken
ill and n ached the home of his brother-in-law,
Dr. Houghton, Thursday even
ing last, where he has since been kept
very still by s rheumado difficulty snd
Major Bartley and wife, and Mr.
B. C. West, all celebrated actors, will
play "The Spy of Atlanta" some time
between Christmas and New Years,
assisted by s dozen or more of Wel
lington's "star performers." As the
proceeds are "for the benefit of the
Band," It will of course be well at
tended. The success ot "Harper's Young
People" has been so -great that after
Dec. 25th, It is to be doubled In size.
Harper's Bazar Is so attractive and so
full of good things, and instrnctions
how to do just what every family is
trying to accomplish before the Holi
days, that we do not lay down a num
ber without wishing snch a weekly vis
itor might brighten every woman's
We have received the catalogue of
Oberlin College for 1870-80. The Wel
lington students in attendance are J.
Blair Doland, sophomore; Cora E.
Gannett, freshman; Josephine Winch
ell English school ; IJa VanCleef, Con
servatory of Music. Belle Willey,
Spencer; Efile Chapman, nnntlngton;
Clifton snd Watson B. Lindsley, and
S. McConoughey, PentielJ; S. A.
Baldwin and Jennio E. Baldwin, Pitts
field, are enrolled from this part of the
county. There is a total of 049 students
or 1016 ss numbered by classes.
Mr. O. Herrick hss so far recovered
as to be able to be in his store a portion
of the time.
( Captain M. V. Bates, the "Ohio
giant," snd his little wile, went through
Dr. McClaren walked from his resi
dence to the poet office and made us a
call Saturday, and attended church
Miss Julia Dickson of Penfield, who
has been in California two years,
reached here last week, on her way
home for a visit..
Miss Sarah Fitch, sister of Lleuten-
ant-Gov. Fitch and president of the
Woman's Christian Association of
Cleveland, fell on the icy sidewalk last
Sunday while returning from Church,
and broke her left wrUt.
August Thieme, the rounder, editor
and proprietor of the Wajchter am
Erie, Cleveland, died suddenly of pa
ralysis, Monday. He was a very ac
complished German, who took kindly
to American institutions, and for twenty-eight
years edited the paper above
Robert Blee, Superintendant of this
division of the C. C. C. & I. R. R.,
with Frank Ford. Chief Engineer, were
in town this week looking after the in
terests of the company, in connection
w ith the leafing of their grounds for
the purpose of erecting a clieeso ware
house. We hear two of our cheese
firms desire to get possession of the
same piece of land.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our sincere
thanks to tho many friends who have
so kindly befriendfd us and given us
such substantial aid and hearty sympa
thy, since the recent loss by fire of our
household goods, etc.
Mart Tkrrill. .
There will be a meeting of the
stockholders of the First Nation
al Bank of Wellington, Ohio, on Mon
day, the 12tu day of January, 1SS0. be
tween the hours of 10 a. ui., and 12 m.,
for the purpose of electing live direc
tors to serve for the ensuing year.
W. Cushion. Jr., Asst. Cashier.
WaXLurarox, O., Dec. 14, 1879.
I have s choice lot of Beaver and Felt
Hat, and will sell a low as they can
be bought anywhere. In my Dress
making Department I have a superior
hand for cutting, fitting and making
Cloaks, Dolmans and Dresses. Goods
made op to order In a style not sur
passed. A good fit guaranteed and
Mrs. A. II. Palmer.
As responsible participants In the la
dles bazaar, we desire to announce to
our many liberal and kind-hearted pat
rons, who contributed so lareelr and
cheerfully towards Its success; that be
sides the enjoyment of the social greet
ing, we ate happy to report the net
amount of $108.18. While we cordially
thank all, we especially feel under
great obligation to the musicians who
favored us with a choice selection of
music, vocal and instrumental eaili
evening. We regret that spaco will
not permit special mention to bo made
of each. All who listened to the sweet
strains will not aeon forget the rich
treat. Great credit Is due all the par
ticipants In the concert in maUnir the
baziar a certain success.
Laura Alberta Comedy Company
Miss Lanra Alberta, who Is now-
playing at the Academy of Music,
Cleveland, this week, will visit this
place and appear at Rininger's Hall, on
Monday and Tuesday evening', Dec.
2id snd 23d, in "Fiflne," has received
In other cities high commendation for
sprightly acting and pleasant singing.
The Cleveland Leader of Tuesday,
says, "The play contains many thrilling
scenes and the Interest Increases as the
plot develops. Miss Laura Alberta as
"Fiflne," evinced a clear perception of
the difficult role, and whether as the
child of Barnegst Beach, the street mu
sician, or in the enjoyment of a Imu
ran t home, she was natural and fasci
nating. During the performance she
plays solos on the harp and banjo, and
sings several songs. Iu each she is
The NewYork Sun also says, "Laura
Alberts, who Is youthful, bright snd
pretty, performed with great dramatic
effect the part of "Louise," the blind
girl. She was frequently applauded
and called before the curtain."
The citizen of Wellington now M ill
have the opportunity of hearing at
home without an additional expense, s
first-class troup and plays at drte
Don't Fail to Hoar
"The Blind Man Eloquent," on Tues
day evening, Dec. 23d. Xo man Is
more highly endorsed by the leading
literary journals of this country and
Europe. Witncis the following opin
ions of the press.
"One loses sight of his great calami
ty in listening to his finished and capti
vating eloquence." X. Y. Tribune.
"As an orator of tho foremost rank ,
he may well challenge comparison with
and stand by the side o' the first that
have ap eared In this country within
this generation." London Times.
"We agree with the Louisville Courier-Journal
that there are dontlesssome
who excel him in buffoonery which
commands the popular applause, but
for refined beauty of 1 anguage, gennine
wit, noble thought, and oftentimes a
deep pathos, we have not known his
equal. With personal convictions we
now pronounce him to be most truly,
The Blind Man Eloquent." Harper's
'The discourse in the multitude of
thoughts suggested, in the beauty of its
presentation, and tho eloquence of its
oratory, as well as the vividness with
which the impressions of the sightless
orator are given, is nt within the scope
or power of pencil or pen to report."
Detroit Free Press.
Course tickets will be on sale at the
lecture Tuesday evening.
Gamblers and Gambling.
Wellington would not of-course be
able to maintain its claims s an aspi
rant for city honors unless It had its
gambling hells as well ss Its other pla
ces of resort, for a certain sort of gent
ry who have learned that it Is easier to
lire by their wits than to earn their
bread by the sweat of their brow, and
so an upper room in Union Block has
been fitted up for the occupancy of cer
tain "lewd fellows of the baser sort"
where they ply their nightly games,
while more stupid and industrious peo
ple are engaged in honest sleep.
Experience has shown that such
places are a good thing to have in s
town, they are so refining and elevat
ing In their tendencies, and many of
our young men with enterprising pro
clivitl s, are not slow to avail them
selves of the opportunity to turn an
"honest penny" into their pockets by
a more expeditious and less laborious
method than earning it. We would
not like to intimate that those who fre
quent this room for the purpose men
tioned are disreputable in charactcr.for
the truly good and fashionable of our
select circles, sometime admit them to
their homes and our daughters join
with them in social pastime and the gay
dance, and to admit such au inference
would not be altogether comforting to
our self-respect. It would hardly be
fair to charge that all who frequent
this room are ss bad as those who have
been detected In practices not approved
by our codo of social morality, though
they do put themselves on terms of so
cial equality with them. There must
of course, as the old adage has it, be
"honorable men among thieves," or do
we forget, and U It "honor among
thieves," which last is not so comfort
ing, but probably nearer the truth.
But this Is not what we started tossy
A man by the name of Gait, a resident
of Ashland county, paid our town a vis
it a short time ago and was Introduced
by one of the noble youths of Welling
ton to an upper room whero money is
made easy, where it la supposed ten
men can shut themselves in and by suc
cessful business manipulations, all in
due course of time come out with more
money than they had when they went
in. Our friend went In with $123 and
after a few hours had lost 23, and ru
mor has It that the remainder was deftly
abstracted from his pocket by one James
Adams snd John Kunz, (no relation to
our barber, however,; while he
was engaged in his games. At the
close of their evening's work, one of
tliis precious pair had 113 and the other
$43, and as there was probably uot $10
In the pockets of both at the begining
and they had gained but $23 in their
games, and possibly they not all of that,
they found themselves in the very un
fortunate and suspicious condition of
being too rich.
Both were arrested and the evidence
being sufficiently strong Mr. Kunz was
put under $500 bond to appear at the
Court of Common Pleas, and James
Adams was first put under bonds of tho
same amount, but by the efforts of his
counsel It was reduced to $300 and lie
then bailed his client. Kunz could not
furnish bail and accordingly was lodged
Tho nisht after his trial, Adams
with a confederate, visited a house
where Gale was staying, and proceeded
to demolish him, but the outcries of the
female portion of tho household bring
ing a large number of the town peo
pl on the premises, obliged them to
desist and leave for otlier and unknown
We have no disposition to prejudice
these rases in advance, but we cannot
refrain froui giving the opinion that
justice is sometimes quite s commen
dable as mercy. When a man has re
peatedly shown himself to he wicked
anil dangerous, especially when iutoxi-
cated, it Is about as well to let him take
the penalty of violated Isw as to try to
help him evade it or get around it, or
make it light and easy lor him. We
have no patience with that kind of sent
imentallsm that lets ones pity overcome
every attribute of justice.
Criminal are not ordinarily made
better by suffering them to escape de
serve! punishment and In the good
time coming when public sentiment hss
reached such n stage cf Advancement
the penalty will overtake the criminal
with the certainly of fate and they will
have no encouragement to take chances
with i-riine by tlij hope that a soft
hearted pcoplu will condone their mis
deeds aud allow tlieni to go free.
The delays and crook and turns an 1
evasions and escapes of tho law give
large room for hope to the ovll-dispos-ed,
that though he sin he shall go un
punished, and to an extent hardly
drcamcJ of encourage lawlessness and
Society ha soi.ie rights in sucli cases
and when counsel protect their clients
from injustice, llieir duty has been
well and faithfully discharged, and any
effort to protect them from well merited
punishment no. only does harm to the
criminal, but wrongs the public whose
Interests are certainly as Important and
should be as dear to every good citizen
as those of the drunken and lawless,
who put the property and lives of bet
ter people In peril.
We have no personal grudge or Ill
feeling against the persons named, but
we do not believe their reformation
will be accomplished by sparing tbem
from the natural resul ts of wrong-do-log.
A Wonderful Record.
Myriads of so-called "specifics" and
"cures" for rheumatism have already
been brought before the public, and
many of them have even been endorsed
by the certificates of respectable snd
prominent citizens, who have derived
benefit from such preparations. There
is no doubt that a great many of these
"liniments," "oils," etc., so widely ad
vertised and freely recommended for
rheumatism and painful complaints of
a similar nature, have genuine merit
and will relieve certain types of the
complaints named ; but when rheuma
tism, neuralgia, and kindred diseases
have become chronic and threaten seri
ous results, you msy rest assured that
they will help but very little. Al
though not recommending as "Infalli
ble," the peculiar qualities of St. Ja
cobs Oil especially adapt It to those ca
ses which may be termed ''chronic,"
and which have previously withstood
all known "specifics," as well as. the
prescriptions of the best physician.
We would mention, as an example,
the ease of Mr. A. Heilman, editor of
the Pittsburgh Republican, who suf
fered with rheumatism for two years.
After vainly using all the best rccom
mended"remedies and exhausting the
skill of the most experienced physi
claus without even temporary relief, It
required only two bottles cf St. Jacobs
Oil to effect a permanent cure. Mr. C.
Hanni,a well-known citizen of Yaungs
town, O., secured for his wife? who for
twelve years had been a constant suf
ferer from neuralgia In the head, the
services of the ablest physicians in the
land, but they were unable to do any
thing for her; half a bottle of St. Ja
cobs Oil cured her. Mr. Wm. Rein
hsrdt, Elmore, Wis., reports the case
of a neighbor who for twenty years had
suffered so terribly with rheumatism
that, at times, he could hardly move
around; a few bottles of St. Jacobs Oil
cured him. "To cap the climax," how
ever, Mr. A. Xeiger of Taylorville, Pa.,
writes that his mother, who had been a
continual sufferer with rheumatism for
the past thirty years, used one bottle of
St. Jacobs Oil and was immediately
relieved of all pain. These are results
which truly deserve to be brought to
public notice; but they are not excep
tions, as will be seen by the numerous
other certificates from all parts of the
United States. It should be the duty
ol every one to call the attention of his
suffering friends and neighbors to this
wonderfully efficacious preparation, es
pecially as the low price of 60 ceuts s
bottle places it within the reach of all
persons, rich and poor.
J. P. Eidt Is selling out his immense
stock of Christmas Candles very rap
Idly. J. P. Eidt has for sale some very flno
Candy Canes very cheap.
J. P. Eidt ts selling the finest mixed
Candy in Wellington, for 20 cents per
J. P. Eidt has an immenso lot of
Candy Toys for sale, very cheap.
J. P. Eidt Is making fresh Candy
for his holiday trade.
J. P. Eidt sells his own make of
Candy for 20 cents per pound. It Is all
pure sugar to.
J. P. Eidt uses no adulterations in his
Candy. You need pay oat no doctor
bill if yon buy his Candy.
J. P. Eidt will sell yon Oyster any
way you wish to buy them.
J. P. Eidt will furnish parties at re
duced rates on Oysters and Crackers.
J. P. Eidt says trade with him, if
you don't want to be bulldozed.
Buy your Candy snd Toys of J. P.
Fruit, shade, ornamental of all vari
eties and grades. C. W. Baker of
Paincsvllle, 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. His 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, next Spring.
Reserve your orders until he calls on
you and gives you prices. 6 -4m
nasbands and lovers, who want to buy a
choice China or glassware Christmas
present, can find just what they want at
the crockery store of Bowlby Sc Hall.
Oar stock of mustache, tea and coffee
cups and saucers is the most complete of
any thing in town. We have a variety
of Christmas goods that everybody
ought to see before purchasing else
where. Herbert puts on his standing collar
and says come in and see how gallant
and accommodating he can bo. John
wears his old clothes, but says he is not
dead nor asleep and won't be outdone in
politeness, nor accommodations. Lewis
says it is a big pile of candy, but thinks
he can get away with it without much
Yes, you get a half pound of candy
thrown in with one pound of tea or over,
or one dollar's worth of coffee or over,
until the 2d day of January, 1890, stthe
said Bowlby & Hall's.
Our coflee and tea are the best and no
body shall undersell ns on same quality.
Ilejiember we roast our own coflee,
ai those who use it say it is the best.
Come in and see our lamps, glassware,
dishes, table cutlery, canned goods, mo
lasses, syrup, soap, crackers, and espec
ially those oysters direct from C. S.
Ma.thy, Baltimore, the oldest and most
reliable oyster packer in America.
BOWLBY & II ALL.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
In Wellington P. On for the week end
ing Dec. 13, 1879:
Miss Annie Stephenson, Miss Uattie
J. T. Oodzb, P. M.
When falling far the above please
"Sellers' Liver Pills" stand unri
rlvaled in the United States for curing
billons ness, sick headache, etc.
Boils, pimples on face, rait rheum,
old sores, and all cutaneous eruptions
disappear like magic when "L'ndsey's
Blood Searcher" Is nsed.
Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy. A mar
vellous cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria,
Canker month, and Head Ache. With
each bottle there is an ingenious nasal
injector for the more successful treat
ment of the complaint, without extra
charge. Price 50 cts.
Coughing in Church. No place In
the world equals London for the con
stant barking kept up in the churches.
It Is like a perpetual fusllade of small
armsv Why don't they take nail's
Balsam and get rid of their coughs It
is the mot wonderful remedy, and the
proprietors warrant it In every instance
Let the coughers give it a trial.
Public speakers, actors and vocal
ists, find and state that Thomas' Eclec
tric Oil relieves hoarseness and irrita
tion in the throat better than remedies
specially advertised to relieve that dif
ficulty. This Oil has a wide scope,
since it cures external hurts, corns,
sores, frost-bite, piles, and a variety of
other unhealthy conditions. Note
Eclectric, selected snd electrized. See
We speak knowingly when we as
sert that Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair
Renewer is the best article of the kind
sold on the American Continent. Per
sonal trial has demonstrated this, and
the article is an elegant and cleanly
one, without which we think no toilet
complete. Messrs. Johnston, Hollo
way & Co., 602 Arch street, Philadel
phia, are the agents for the article and
when our Philadelphia friends return
from Cape May, they should certainly
procure some of it. We know of no
such articl extant for the hair, and
thus speak in such decided and emphat
ic terms. Ocean Foam, Cape May,X. 3'.
The Best I Ever Know of.
J. G. Starkey, a prominent and influ
ential citizen of Iowa City, says, "I
have had the dyspepsia and liver com
plaint for several years, and have used
every remedy I could hear of, without
any relief whatever, until I saw your
Shlloh's Yitalizer advertised in our pa
per, and was persuaded to try it. I am
happy to state that it has entirely cured
me. It is certainly the best remedy I
ever knew of." Price 73 cents. Sold
by Everett & Starr.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tetter
chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve
is guaranteed to giveperfct satisfaction
in every case or money refunded.
Price 23 cents per box. For sale by
J. W. Houghton.
A Mother's Grief.
The pride of a mother, and joy of a
home, are her children, hence her
grief when sickness enters and takes
them swsy. Take warning then, that
you are running a terrible risk, if they
have a cough, croup or whooping
cough, which lead to consumption, If
you do not attend to it at once. Shl
loh's Consumption Cure is guaranteed
to cure them. Price 10 cents, 60 ceuts
and $1.00. For lame back, side or
chest, use Shlloh's Porous Plaster.
Price 25 cts. Sold by Everett & Starr.
A Wonderful Discovery.
For the speedy cure of consumption
and all diseases that lead to it, such as
stubborn coughs, neglected colds, bron
chitis, hay fever, asthma, pain In the
side and chest dry hacking cough, tick
ling in the throat, hoarseness, sore
throat, and all chronic or lingering dis
eases of tho throat and lungs. Dr.
King's Xew Discovery has no equal
and has established for itself a world
wide reputation. Many leading phy
sicians recommend and use it in their
practice. The formula from which It
is prepared is highly recommended by
all medical journals. Tho clergy snd
the press have complimented it iu the
most glowing terms. Go to your drug
gist and get a trial bottle free of cost,
or a regular size for $1.00. For sale by
J. W. Houghton.
The market lsa little dull, as is usual
at this season of the year, but without
any material change in prices.
We quote : buying, (naked) 10"i311 c;
billing, (boxec)ll 12 cents.
The shipments of cheese for the
week ending Dec. 10, are as follows:
Xo. of Boxes, 1 337; Xo. of pounds,
Butter for the same time as follows:
Xo. of pkgs. 102; Xo. of pounds
Welliugton Produce Market.
COItRECTKD WSEKLT Br BALDWIN, LA UN
Apples, dried. lb 4
AppiM, ureftn. f) bud 7ft
Oecae drrrsed. V lb OS
u. v. tf ton h it
I Hnma tmuked. t lb
If.n. bo 1 S
Hurmrh.t. f bo T'i
Chicken drra4.d. TP .'7l
lltdc arreo. lb....
Mnple SufOr. ft ib....dviu
Potato., f bu.... so
Kan, lb 1
slt,tiuc. " sick.. ...2 oo
Slt.Ashton. V lb 3
Salt, Common. bbl.. I so
Sail. Soiar. bbl 2 so
S!i epPt-lls,? lb .iVl i 0
TnrkFTidmaed, f lbs IO
Timotbr ueJ. 2 mi
Wuul. lb XXiCU
1 lveretl. Da.... .....4
Calf Skins. V lb 7
Imcn bklnn, 4"X
Inclc (IrrMcd. V lb 10
Ditrr, V lb -J03
Urramrry. V lb
Em dot in
Feailiera. lb 7o
Grain, Flour and Feed.
CORRECTED WtESLY BT II. B. HAMLIN.
Bat White. 9 aack .
lirat Krd, ..ck ...
No. a. V nek
Graham, V cwt. .......
Bolted aril. cwt ...
Ural. fJ cwt
Bru, V cwt So. V too IS 00
Corn, belled, 9 bu so
Cora In ear. V bn SO
1 SSlOata, S bn o
1 fAICIorcr.eed.ft ba 5 .V
1 on Tltnothv buhL at bit...? so
I !, a-ATlM.
1 4o:Cnrn, abelled. V bn 48
2 lu Corn- Id ear, i ba ..... .48
I 2) Out, ba u
,1 lo Wheal,) ,a s,
.. 8. Clorer aeed, bn 4 7S
1 40 IlmolbT need bu...2 so
Desirable Village Property for
The aaderatened otTera tor aale, bla very dealrabla
boiue aad lot oa Cortland arenas. Lot suxies feet.
Honee nearly new. Standard and imall fruit, grape
etc.. In profusion; alo an abundance ot hard and
oft water. Tot full particular aud term, apply to
e. S. FARKlia.
Between F. B. Manley'a and Wellington, or on tbe
road north cf Manley'a, oa tbe 5th of NoTcmb.T,
wacoa ehoe. Tho flnder will be rewarded oa learlof
It at tbe EaTaarauB offlce.
It-tt FRANK WADSWOETH.
"Studying the subject objectively
and from the educational point of view
seeking to provide that which, taken
altogether, will be of the most service
to the largest number I long ago con
cluded that, if I could have but one
work lor a public library, I would se
lect a complete set of Harper's Month
ly." Chatles Francis Adams, Jr.
Its contents are contributed by the
most eminent authors and artists of
Europe and America, while the long
experience of its publishers has made
them thoroughly conversant with the
desires of the public, which they will
spare-no effort to gratify.
The yolumes of the magazine begin
with the numbers for June and De
cember of each year. When no time is
specified, it will be understood that the
subscribers wishes to begin with the
Ilarpers Magazine, one year S4 00
Harper's Weekly, " " 4 00
Harper's Bazaar, " " 4 00
The three above named publica
tions, one vear 10 00
Any two above named, one year,. . 7 0")
ilarper s xoucg 1'eopie, one year, 1 50
Postage free to all snbscribers In the
United States or Canada.
A complete set of Harper's Magazine
comprising CO volumes, in neat cloth
binding, will be sent by express,frelght
at expense of purchaser, on receipt of
(2 25 per volume. Single volumes, by
mail, postpaid, $2 00. Cloth cases, for
binding, 23 cents, by mall, postpaid.
Remittance should be made by P. O.
money order or draft, to avoid chance
Xewspapers are not to copy this ad
vertisement without the express order
of Harper fc Brothers . Add res
Harper & Brothers, New York.-
Xew styles of these unrivaled organs
cocstantly on hand. The coming pi
ano is the upright, and among the old
est and most reliable are the McCam
mou. Call and see these beautiful instru
ments. Tbey are well bought and will
be sold on close margins.
J.5W. Houghton's, Optician.
. Wellington, Oliio.
J. H. WOOIXBT,
Keeps on hand at all times a large and com
plete stock of Hardware. Making his pur
chases direct from the manufacturers, he
can offer goods at the
Attention la called to his'stock of
Oils aud Brushes.
n;s stock of Carpenter's and Mechan
ic's Tool, Cutlery, and House Furnishing
Goods Is complete, and prices unequalled.
Revolvers and Cartridges -iti
full assortment, and at unpre
cedently low prices.
All Goods warranted and
J. H. Woolley.
E3tate of O. Jerome Hockwood,
Tbe onderalgned ha been appointed and qnallSed
administrator with tbe will annexed, of tbe ettate of
O. Jerome Bockwood, late of Lorain Connty, de
ceased. Dated la 3d day of December. 1879.
I-8t ROBERT X. GOODWDt.
Notice Is hereby Ktren that the under tuned ha
been duly appointed aud qualified aa Administrator
de boob non with the will annexed, of the estate of
Stephen D. Kenonard. deceased, late of Wellington,
Lorain County, Ohio.
3. w. nocGiiTox.
Kot. Sain, 1879.
do at the business we offer. N room to explain here.
Tou ran devote all your time or ony your spare time
totho buhlncaa, ana make area, pty lor every hour
that yu work. Women make as much as men. Send
fur special private term and particulars, which we
mall free. S Outfit free. Don't complain of hard
time wbn you bare such a chance. Address 1L.
UALLKTT fc CO.. Portland. Maine. 37-ly
A job lot of port monnaies, wallets,
bill books., and money purses, fir sale
H ir mx'i, 45 a i!uird of pricsi.
A WEEK In your own town, and
I WM n. capital rl.ked. T n cm girt
Mx-V lne basin- a trial without el-
IB' apenae. Tbe beat opportunity ever
I offered to tnoae wu.mg t . work.
1 You should try nothing clie until
yo r nee for yourself what ton c.n
A. ;. & 0. L. (01 ( II,
We have increased our stock, aad have a
large assortment of all the latest and fash
ionable styles, at
Those wishing to saro money can do so by
glying us a call.
A full line of
Marble top 2abtes,
Child's JFancjy dockers,
and about all kinda of chairs yon can men.
Uon: In fact, oar stock or furniture is com.
plete, and at much lower prices than you
have been, buying for during the last 25
Domestic Sewing Machine
The new USDERBRAIDER, which is the
best and only thing of tbe kind ever used, ia
now a part ot the machine, and, with the
new Self-Threading Shuttle, Self-Adjusting
Needle, new Take-up, Combination Wheel
and other improvements makea it the best
Under-feed Sewing Machine made. I am
also agent for the
Davis Vertical Feed
The New Home
Sewing Machines, each of which has advan
tages peculiar to itself, which recommends
them (or a variety of uses and n.ake them
rrcand to none in the market.
Patties 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 Tor sale.
S. P. HASTINGS, Ag't,
Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, O
Jan. 16th Irr.
i aA Atresr. Send Ten rents In one cent
SaC f II llstamrafr a fine Silver Plated Tblm
rVVlsaVCJ Viable, retail price 2S cents, and learn
how to make S2SOU a year. No hum
buzs. Only thoce who mra.i bus'necs need apply.
A. T. 11UCK. k CO.. Mlltwn, Pa.
FRANK H. CHURCHILL,
Oberlin, - Ohio,
Pianos and Organs Repaired.
All Work Warranted to Give
This is to certify that we, the under
signed, have employed Mr. F. Chur
chill at a Tuner and Kepairer, and that
the work for us has given entire satis
faction. Prof. Rice, Prof. Wright,
Prof. Cady, Prof. Severance.
Prof. Davis, Prof. Blakeslee,
t3f Orders left with J. W. Houghton
will receive prompt attention. 37-tf
H Be, Haioiiii 3
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN,
lias 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 bavins: grain should re
member that ttiis 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,
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 procesa.
it is the standard fertilizer; causing
immediate and lasting fertility, and is
perfectly adapted to all crops. Cull
and get circulars.
Warehouse South of Ry., Depot,
4ln-33-tf Wellington, Ohio.
OYSTE2S! OYSTERS ! ETC.
I gutran'ee to 11 itr c-i'Prs 'ys
frs as f ..agi'ot. fraslow
pri"e i'- tvtfHT ! n ihi place.
I xiia'.l h-ivt- " hwnd I II supply for
Christin:4 of milk nod ca ns.
A la rye nssortuient of holiday can
dies, toys, pip'-a, tobaccos, ct?.
Please call before you buy and ex
amiue goods and prices.
R. J. ROBIXSOX.