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Thursday, Feb. 5. 1880.
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An Cleveland .... leavo Oslloa :3 a. m.. airlTlBt- t Cleveland at lo-.is a. as. Traiaa No. s aad A ran dsn. TTalas No. and 4 ma dally be twoea Cleveland aad Indianapolis, All other trans 411 j except Bandars. - A.- J." SMITH, Oea. Ttekat Agent, j - " Cleveland, Oslo. , - v v -Cbtireii'Dlrrctory. '' ' ; DISCIPLE CWRCH.-Srvleee "every 'sabbath at UKSO A. M aad 7HX p M. Ssbbatb school at 13 . . M Prayer Meeting am Tbaisday cvealns. J. B. Blueerftee, pastor. OKOHIOiTIOWSi CHURCH. Jerrloea ' every aabtauh at 10:S0 A. M mod 7: on r. M. Sabbata easel at U M. Prayer Meeting oa Thursday eveu IW. J. A. Holy. s in nr. MBTHODIIT KPIBI10PAI.-CHTTRCH. m U. SAS u in-SIl A. M. anal 7:tm P. M ' " Basket School at 13 kf. Prayer Meeting oaTaers- any ev.aiaga. M. a samu, r Arrlral uA lvpt.rtireof Mail. mm a fana. or m aV - - " ' 1 a." ". la ". . faicK uxta. . . . , jTjJAr 70 A.M. L-ra- Saat actoa. Arrlro ktoaaa. Weaaeadav and Fri iUraa. day at 1 P. M LeaiaTa dty.Tbara Pvlk. . ) day akdSatatlay atajo A. U. PoaAaU. tpmmeur.- ( Antra Ti alay. Thanday aad Patar- BfaaiMinia. f day at 11A.M. LmtihiML CbK ataaaVMaaSa J PoiMisher'a Notice. A MMM ... Tba addrauUealoaaaahoaaarahows Ibo data ta Vhlah taa aaaaanaor baa aald, tbu: , ' : Jerry 8mUh L . I Jab 79 Blsalaaa that Mr. Sailth baa paid tor b la paper aatll J aaaary lat. 187S. Tbo atari llat la eofreeted aroek!y. ltT Tia lilTI-if " ' arery aabacrlber eaa tall la aa lastaat how bis account ataaula, aad wbatb ar aa kas raoarrad proaar crodlt oa oar books. i par Una i typa. For Bent. Tke alaraat troat room, fifty feet deep, orar tb Kaw Tork Clothing Uonse. Will dTrid lt aad raat til front part U destrad. That raoas poaaatan local adraatafea an- sjaalaa by aay elaer room la toara. A ran akup U aaar by, where araapoaa for personal aconatera (should a Life Insurance Arant rent it) can be obtained oa ressoDAbla tarsaa. It is betaroen a drajr, store aad a arKeoa'a office, both of which fford ex eaUeat taaillUea for rep siring personal dasa aeaarltk aeataeaa aad dispatch- When tbo Clad Bpriac tiraa oomas, tha jolly Vlacher will ba Jy,st across Sha hall, with voice aad other musical. InstrunenU rU toaed, aad Toeai aad tastraiaeota aoaeerU Will be tree to tha oeeapaaU ot this room. : Tor tarma aad torthar partistilara en oira ot '. ' ' ; " A. H. TITCH, tha Clotbiar. . , . Agents . Wanted. - .: " Aseata araatad ta erery toara ta the C Cease aad aea tba -- - i Bmiss iaw MAcanrt. OUas Pataat, KxhiblMd by A. C who will aall tha saaarilaa or wtU sail for the wtUteictoa, O..Da.34oX TAT y ' Z - Attention I -lr. A. H. Palmar wishes to announce ta tha ladies ot Wellington, that catting end 'fitting la a apeclalty in her dress making department. Not only dresses, bat eacquee and dolmana are cat ia .the latest stjlea. Come and aee if joa can not befitted perfectlj. t rv ;T ', " ; Tlioroatrbbred Iersy. treated, tock-breedera aad dairymen to kaow that R. T. Janea, ot Weniaftoa, hss a aaaJerMT hall, bred by the noted Importer aad breeder, W. L, Gardner, Norwalk, Ohio. It.la taofoaghbrad aad ia recorded ia the Amertoaa Jersey Cattle Club Becister, and a' a Tary ana animal. Those Interested please esll at his fana in tha north part of theTlUsKa. . . -; J 81 tf 1 ;;,.lfo Deception Used. It 4a trenge so taaay naoplr will eontinne to anr day after day with Dyspepsia, Uy r. eoaspislnt, ConaOpaUon, Soar Stomach, Qsmeral Debility whan they eaa procmre at ear stora hDoh'a Vttsllser, tree ot coat If 1 t eVoea ac4 asua ac ratteaw thaas. Price 75 ceota. loU by;tvrett ck Starr, WaQlngton; 't ', A ; laatlid Medieine. . - If Aawaraa ftmici, pa., V ay 18, 1878. -Da, U. M.rajraaavFredonla, 2i. Y., - Dear hUr: 1 hare tried yoar Blood and Llrer Baaaedy and Nenro Tonic, sad find that lt la a splendid medicine. My father had beea sick a long time. One bottle has helped him more than any medicine he baa ever aaod. My wife, also has need a bottle wua gooa reauiia. . . loora tmiy, , . JACOB SMITH. ' Dr. Fenner'a Blood and Liver Remedy and Kerra Tonic may well be called "The conquering hero" of the times. It . the medical triumph of the age. V7ho Ttr haa "the blnea should take it, for t. Mandates and restores the disordered a yetean that gives rise to them. It al ways corca BUliousnen aad Liver Com plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Uonatipa tk)n, Headachea, Fever and Ague, Spleen Aduarrmcnu, ocroiaia, sryaipaiaa, rim- prea. Blotches, and all skin eruptions and blood disorders; Swelled Lira he and Dropey; Sleeplearaeaa, Impaired Nervea aad Nervoaa Debility; Reatoree flesh aad strength when the system ia running down or going into decline; cures Fe male Weaaaeae aad Chroaie Rheuma tism, aad relieves Chronic . Bronchitis, and au Lang and Throat difflooluca It does these thugs by striking at the root of disease and removing its causes Da FanniJB Improved Cough Honey will reuava any eoagn m one hoar. , Dr. Fennera eoldea Relief cares any pain, as tooth-ache,' neuralgia, colio or headache ia S to 80 mi nates, and readily relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint. atarraosa, dyaentery. For sale by Dr. o B. Emerson. Dr. Fenner'a Bt. Vitus Dance Bpeciflc. One bottle alwaja cures For aale by dealera. - At wholesale by Strong, Cobb at Co., Por Bent. Twohtfsa appar rooau artth elaaata to aaoh. salt- Mo for ladles or teaUamaa who deeira to board Ikaaaailiaaaiai lbs Hlch Babool ballda. laqalra . a. waiiaaisia. M-t& Lost' An .Onyx'.. Sleeve neaae laaveat this efflce. -r r Button. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS We give an interesting letter from Radix, which baa laid over lor want of room. Frank Whipple of Providence, R. I., is In town buying bonus for the Eastern market. Dr. Biggar of Cleveland, wa in town last week. Called In consulta tion to ace Leon Wsilsworth. Last Saturday night the night watch found the door of J. II. Wool ley's hardware store unlocked. Monday night, Baldwin, Lanndon t Co., and their employees bad their annual Invoice oyster aupper. We understand that Mr. Henry Chapman baa told hla celebrated trot ting mare to partiea In Cleveland. . AU partiea who contemplate steal ing wood want to look out, for the few who have any left bave put powder In every pile. No joke. The serious illnets of one of the editors of this paper will be sufficient apology for any failure to give the usual vaiiety of news. It U aald Mesrs. Foot, Tiscber and Conch, went to Columbus tbla a. m , to "Lager" thrangh a certain bill referring to wator" privileges. The personal property purchased by C. Ensign of D. Burdick, will be sold at auction on the Jones farm, one half mile east of Penfield Center, Mon day, Feb. 9th, 1SS0. Lost. Lost on Monday, Feb. 2nd, 1880, between Brighton Center and Wellington, "a mink boa. The finder will please leave It at this office, or at Brighten Center, and oblige Mrs. A. O. Johnson. - ' Monday, last, Deputy Sheriff Blanchard was in town,-leaving bis gilt-edged Invitations around among bis frienda. to come over to Elyria and tell the' Grand Jury, wbat' they know about the "ways that are dark.". The first of lb social ; anions for the present 'year wtll.be neld in the M. JS. Church parlor,. : to-morrow (Friday) evening. An unusually In teresting .programme baa .been, pre pared, consisting of tauleauz, music,' etc A cordial invitation is-extended to all. , . One must go from ' home to hear the news. The New London Record aaya "D. L. Wadsworth, the extensive lumber dealer of Wellington, will soon open a lumber yard in tbla place, (New London) the gentleman having already taken steps to purchase ground for bis business.". Tuesdsy morning, a man en gaged In putting slate on the) roof of C. W. HorrV new barn, tnbaed his footing, and fell lo th ground. He wis uisde insensible by the fall. Dr. McClaran wa, called, but before his arrival the injured man bad regained consciousness, and seemed less hurt than was at first supposed. A very heavy fall of snow occurred Monday night and continued much of the day Tuesday." Now if the ther mometer will keep down to the proper point we shall soon have delightful sleighing,' which will make all hearts glad, for this season he thus fsr furn- jsued the most outrageous ttavelling ever known lu the memory of tke old- eat Inhabitant. i We have a business house in Wel lington who have so large a correspon dence that It has been found profitable to employ a stenographer to whom the proprietor dictates his letters- and they are then reproduced by a type .writer, not only making them more legible but also a great saving In time. A former typo in this office .makes the hyero- glyphica and runs the machine. If some of our subscribers who have contracted to draw na wood, will bring It along promptly, they may have the satisfaction of saving the editorial fftmily from a bad freeze. Our little wood pile has almost dwindled away to nothing and we ahudder to think of the consequences If some one does not take pity on us and supply onr necessities. Would like those whose wood ia sea soned to call first. ' , A Mr. Habbe, of Clarkmlleld, wbo baa been wanted: in Sandusky on a charge of disposing of a. forged note to the. bank, la that place,, was arrested Saturday night-by onr-marshal and brought to Wellington on Sunday. The next day be was . taken to Elyria to meet the officers of the bank, when It appeared that Mr. Hnbbel was not the man tbey were after, and their still hunt came to nothing. . A new firm bat opened business Jn Wellington, under the name of "Wit beck Bros.," doing business as . brokers and agents under-the management of M. X. Witbeck, the junior member. They purchase machinery, tools and all kinds of farm and domestio ntenslls and furnish them to the purchaser at haa price than be can purchase them him self, for a commission which is paid by the manufacturer or dealer. Office in second story of Arnold's brick building. If any one of onr readers who thinks be can edit a country paper to the satisfaction of the public will just call in, we will give blm a chance to try hla hand at It. We are spoiling to sur render oar big chair to him and will put bis name In capital letters at the bead of the editorial page and. leave it fhere for four whole weeks, if he dnea not sooner fall a victim to the bullet of some outraged subscriber's revolver. Come, don't be bashful. Come right in and take hold of the crank and then you will know how It Is yourself.., .. A boon to the aged and all who are Buffering from failing eye-sight, has lately been invented In the shape of a lamp-burner, by a Mr. Lommox, which gives a light equal In brilliancy and steadiness, to the best gas bmner, ft consumes more oil, but at fifteen cents a gallon that will not be consld ered a great objectlou, since It ia still very much less than our city cousins pay for gaa. It baa several times be fore seemed that fixtures for the con sumption of coal oil had about reached perfection; but thla. burner la a step further forward than any we have yet witnessed. Another very convenient device is a douUe-wicked burner, for ordinary use and' a night lamp com Dined, the same ratchet raising one wick while it depresses the other. Th e light from the large, wick is extin guished, while the ainall one ia raised in time to light from the other, and vice versa. Tho amsll wick consumes very little oil when giving a full flame and is free from the offensive odor given . by all. other night lamps, while the larger flame can be obtained sim ply by turning np the wick, without the necessity of bunting lor and light log a match. They must both rapidly come Into use, for those who value and desire to preserve their eye-sight, aa well as those who appreciate comfort and conveniencewill be ure to want them. Rev. N. S. Albright haa been preaching a aeries of four discourses from the text: "For tho love of mouey is the root of all evil.' The topic of the first wsa "Its effects on character ;" the second, "Its 'effects on society;" the third, 'Ita effects on government," and the fourth, "Its cffVjpts on civiliza tion.". . They were highly appreciated by bia audience, and in order that a larger. number may bave the benefit, we publish an extract from the third sermon, concerning C Its 'effects on gov ernment, which will doubtless be read with satisfaction by those who beard it, as well as those who wore absent. The committee of the Ladies' Lec ture Course of tbe M. E. Church, con template providing for an additional lecture, the expense of which shall be defrayed by private subscription,- and made free to every one that chooses to come. It la expected to make the en tertainment not inferior to any of the course, and to give the opportunity of hearing a fine lecture to all wbo for any. cause have been unable to avail themselves of the advantages of the regular course. It is hoped that ar rangements will be so far perfected that particulars may be announced in our next Issue. . . The present season will be remem bered by tbe oldest inhabitants aa being tbe moat open-aud mild occurring In their eventful history. The air has been aa balmy 'as-spring, grass has grown, buds have swollen and even leaves bave appeared, but oh the mad, oceans of mod, broad, deep and fathom less, making travelling difficult, labori ous and almost impossible. It has been estimated that the loss lo the trade of Wellington on account of bid road' has not been lesa than 60.000,' and still it has been better than for two or three previous Winters. Last Saturday night, however, Uie-teiuperatura took a fall and the weather'cairio down to business. We have promise of genuine Winter, and onr factory men and cheese dealers who have been anxiously awaiting an opportunity to 1311 their Ice bouses are wearing smiling faces. The boys, whose new skates have been Lidly hsngtng in the wood hou.e or gar ret since ChrUtinas. are, taking dead loads of pleasure In anticipation, while merchants and business men will ex pect to reap the advantages ot good rosds. and recover the losses Incurred during their enforced idleness. And so, from one cause or another, we all look forward to the good time coining, and get new courage to bear the. evils of to-day, shutting our eyes to the lessons of experience which teach that every, time haa its own allotment of good and evil, prosperity and ad versity, and happiness ' and" sorrow Happy fortune that .sees tronble only In the present or past, and blinds us to Its existence In the future. Silver Wedding. Some seventy five persons met to celebrate tbe tweiity-fifth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. John Titus, Thursday evening of last week, amojg whom were a large number of relatives and friends from abroad. The company began gathering before 8 oVlock ' and' continued cominz until nine, at which time tbe house was about as well filled as it possibly could be. Precautions hnd been taken to provide plenty of chairs, and so the guests were made-more comfortable than is usual on such occasions. Mu sic, and social converse occupied ' the time, until near 10 o'clock, p. m., when refreshments were served. A tea set and various other articles of sllver,and several neat and useful articles, the handiwork of lady friends, were con tributed by the guests as tokens of their friendship and esteem, amounting in value to not leas than $75.00. - Rev " Oeo'. Mather made a brief ad- dreai to the bride and groom of twenty- five years.in bia most felicitous manner, recounting their causes for gratitude and thankfulness during the quarter of a century of their wedded lifo, and conveying to them the warmest wishes of their frienda present, for a long and prosperous future,' to which Rev. Mr. Albright responded on behalf of Mr. and Mrs. Titus. The occasion was a very enjoyable one, and will nfnrk one of tbe bright spots in the lives of those present. '- ' ' JOHN CHINAMAN AT HOME. Rev . Boss C. Houghton's Locturo. Wednesday evening's entertainment, seemed rather premature, following so closely upon the previous lectures and with such short notice that it was In- snfficienily advertised. We had hoped that we might know or It long enongh in advance to "give it due announce ment. Outside oFtii own denomination the lecturer -was but little-known in this part or the con try, having but a few months ago - been , called from Sr. Louis to the Pastorate of the Euc lid Avenue, or First M. E. Church, of Cleveland. ' , He it an Eastern man by birth and education, and most of the years of his ministry bave been spent in, the cities and towns of New Tork. . He gave a very clear and graph ic description 'of China,' the antiq uity of its civilization and its profici ency in the mechanic arts, its gen eral physical appearauce, modes of living In city and country, the plente ous luxury with which- the wealthy Mandarine surrounds himself and fani ily, and the exceeding economy and simplicity in which the millions of the poorer classes manage to live. The speaker enjoyed unusual advantages in bis travels In foreign couutries, spend ing much more time than tourists usu ally do, and being In company with missionaries or English residents, w ho were perfectly familiar with the lang uage and customs of that people, and having constant association with them. He had a native Chinaman everywhere as a personal attendant and interpreter, and saw the stolid, grave, almond-eyed heathen In shop and stall. In the field and on the street, at home and abroad, and describes how families live In pal ace and hovel, In city apartments nar row and squalid, and in the cleanlier, freer boat-life tipou the river. Vivid portraits were given of these men and women, their appearance and dress, a hint at their culinary and domestio habits, at tbe mysteries of their bills of fare, their exceeding latitude In matters of cleanliness, their even larger liberty of conscience, and utter destitution of frankness and busines Integrity. And yef he aaw enough to inspire him with great respect for this strange people, and much to admire with all that was amusing, grotesque ami unaccountable. -He described the prolonged ceremo nies and the multitude of courses of a Chinese state dinner; the execrable qualities of Chinese music, and the theatricals out of which the natives con trive to get amusement, but which are hideous and meaningless to foreigners whom they seek to entertain.' Thecom promiseabetween the English and Chi nese language, making a common ground of communication for tho ama teurs In each, and known as pidgeon English, was clearly and amusingly illustrated. The lectuiewaa full of Information and very entertaining. Dr. Houghton has written ' several . books and his woiks are text books as authorities up on the subjects and countries of which they teach. . : ,- ' -' . ,: For Sale. I will sell at private sale, on my farm east of the Center of Penfield, before Feb. 20ih, Ihe following1 prop erty: Five good Dairy Cows; Four Tons of Hay ; One two-horse wagon ; Plow artd Harrow; Sap Pan, Buckets and storage Tub. . ' X' VaI" L. IlAYESi Penfield, 01, Feb. 2;1880. - Attention. The soldiers . of Wellington town ship are requested to meet In the brick building near the Town Hall, Saturday evening, Feb. 7th, 1S30, in order to form an. organization auxiliary to the County Association, as provided for at Lagrange last fall. . By Order of Committee. COMMTJT1TCATIONS. We are furnished the following narra tive of the Canadian Rebellion, or what was usually called the Patriot War, by Mrs. J. B. long: At the breaking out of the Patriot war, I was living aoout nireen mues north of Toronto, and In the midst of tbe h"t bed of the Rebellion. Among tbe leaders was a brother-in-law, sev eral cousins, nnd many others who were in one way or another connected with our family. My father, however. was a conservative, thus placing us children In rather a peculiar situation, and requiring1 us to keep entirely mum." A'ter the enterprise began to fail onr friend who were patriots, were obliged tn kep ont of sight and as rapidly as ther thought It safe made their way to tbe State, leaving their wives and chil dren, their fsrms and other property, not knowing how soon it would be tak en by the government an I confiscated. My brother-in-law, Thomas Kennedy, and a brother-in-law of bis. David Smock, made large numbers of spears for the patriots, for whicli act they were obliged to leave the country. Mr, Smock settling Id York, Medina Co., Ohio, and Mr. Kennedy in Menard Co., III., where he is still living. Some of the young people will be re membered by the older residents of Huntington, whither they went and worked for some time. John Mun shawl, Wm . Oreenough, and two by the name of Johnson. Vigilant search was made by the Orangemen for arms and amnnitlon; chests,tranks, bureaus, and closets were ransacked by those follows. At Isaac Miller's, a cousin of m'ne where I was staying, a man named Weir was secreted under tbe floor, by taking up the carpet, tearing np tbe floor and letting bim down, and then making all as it was before. That house was searched several days and nights in succession, but Mr. Weir was not found. We children were closely questioned, but we were in structed to know nothing. One of the principal fights took place on Thorn Hill, where I saw the blood run along the street. A large tavern kept by a Mr. Montgomery, who was supposed to be a patriot, was eel en fire and burned to the ground A brother of his, who married a couMn of mine, sympathized with the patri ots, and secreted one of the leaders. Wm. Lyon McKenzie,' In his hou3e. A reward of one thousand pounds was offered for his capture. Montgomery's houso was searched, and while tbe search was going on, McKenzie dressed in the garb of an old woman was sit ting In a bedroom, his back to the door, with knitting work in Lis hinds, This ruse saved his lite, and he soon escaped to the States. Several of my acquaintances were arrested, and some were banislicj to Van Dicmans Land One man named Lount, and another named Matthews were hung; and by Ihe .way, Matthews, I think, was a great uncle to our neighbor Mrs. W, B. Sanlley This excitement, which was most In tense at the time, soon d'd out, and Mr. McKenzie was allowed to return, and befo e ho diod was elected to seat in the Canadian Parlimout. SULLIVAN. w February 2, 1883. A Miss Sarah Nimox died this morning, aged 42 years. Possessed of that kind neaa ot heart that characterizes every true Christian, she will long live in our memories. Bhe was an snectionate and only daughter, and her constant atten tion to her devoted and sightless mother, shattered her frail constitution, inviting the angel of death. The family bave the sympathies ot the entire community She hath done what she could, and rests in peace. B. PENFIELD. Mrs. Almon Hayes sold a span of I horses for 8285 00. last week. Bali f roes, wild geese, grass-hoppers and robbins were aeen here laat week. Andrew Denham haa beea appointed post master. u.a. haw will soon remove to ren- field. BRIGHTON. Februarys. 1880. Mr. Bctia haa been out Weat aa far aa Eansas, to see the country. He did did not like it so well as to induce him j to move there. The farm of the late widow Strong, a few rods North of the Center, ia to be sold in a few weeka at Sheriffs asle. A petition for partition was not granted by the Courts, because the heirs are so many, but an order for aale was issued. Kev. S. D. Beymour, once a pastor here, is to visit as and hold a Bible reading in tbe - M. E. Church, on Sunday Feb. 8th. Key. A. r. Jones, of Rochester, pas tor oi the M. J. Unarcn absent two Sundays, having been called away by the serious illness of his father. I Mr. Jack Bennett's mother and aiatftr I who have beea sick several weeks, are I e- Anotner new comer this time a bov at Mr. Taylor's. Rho. Advertised Letters. List of lettera remaining unclaimed in Wellington P. O-, for the week end ing Jan. 24, 1SS0 : Mrs. S. M. McCoy; Eli S. Hull; M. Hastings. J. T. OoDiw , P. M. When calling for the above please say "Advertised." : Don't you forget It. "Sellers' Liv er Pills" were the first pills so called in the United States, and never fail to do their work. We have a speedy and positive cure for catarrh, diphtheria, 'canker mouth, and headache, In Shiloh's Catarrh Rem edy. A nasal Injector, free with each bottle. Uae lt If you desire health and sweet breath, i Price- 60. eta. Sold by Everett et Starr. Out of Work. There be those who aay that there need.be pone unemploy ed that there ia work for all, If they will but do it. What we say, Is, let every one who has a cough or cold take Hall's Balsam at once. It is the only reliable remedy that never fails to cure. In order to give a quietus to a hack ing cough, take a dose of Thomas' Ec- lectric Oil thrice a day, or oftener If the cough spells render it necessary. This inestimable aod widely esteemed remedy also cures crick in the back, rheumatic complaints, kiduey ailments, pains, etc. It is used inwardly and outwardly. A reference to advertise ment in another part of this paper is recommended. Note Eclectrlc, se lected and electrized. Mr. Philip Remllnger, an old sub scriber to our piper, and well known in the whole auirouniing country, in formed us the other day that his wife, who for two we-irv years had suffered with rbenmatism in the shoulder, dur ing which time she has beet! treated by several physicians without success, had been completely cured by a single bot tle of St. Jacebs Oil. Bucyius, Ohio, Courier, Feb. 13, 1879. 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 so by dyspepsia and liver com- nlint. Indigestion, constipation and general debility, when Shiloh's Vltali- znr Is iruaranteed to cure them, bold 3 by Everett & Starr. Free of Cost. Tho most wondrful remedy of the age ia now placed within the reach of all. Be be rich or be be poor, it costs noth ing to give this great remedy a trial Dr. King's California Golden Com pound for dyspepsia, Sick headache,l0W spirits, loss of appetite, soar stomach, coming up of food, yellow complexion, general debility, Inactivity and'drowsi- ness, liver complaint, jaundice and bil iousness, for which It ia a certain and speedy cure. No person should be ithout It. In order to prove that It will do all that we claim for it you are given a trial bottle free 'of cost, which will convince you of its truly wonder ful merits, and show you what a regu lar one dollar size bottle will do. For sale by J. W. Houghton. Houghton is sell Ing the best Horse Powder ever put in the market, put np In one pound package's with the formu la plainly printed on the outside, allow ing that it contains the best ingredients ever put together for the the treatment of tlfc various diseases to which horses and cattle are subject. Give .them a trial. 18-4t. THE MARKETS CHEESE. The market is firm, demand good, and the price has advanced one cent since our last quotations. We quote : buying, (naked) 12;13 c ; billing, (boxed) 13614 cents. The shipments of cheese for ' the week ending Feb. 3, are as follows No. of Boxes, 1,293; Ao. of pounds. 50,853. Butter for the same time as follows: No. of ikg. 31; 2xo. of pounds 1,837. Wclllntrtou Produce Market.! CORRECTED WEKKLT BT BALDWIN, La US- DO CO. Apples, dried," lb 4 fleeee drmed. f lb 06 Appiea, Rreen. m out t tt.y. ion it w !,- fHIU. V lb a:. II sins smoked. Ui H neans, bo 1 JHlHlrtsTeen.)l....- S7 Buckwheat, a ba 7 Maple Sussr, V lb. .Miu Chickens lrc-ed. j .tr7 Cloverseed.hu 4 73 l.lf ttklcs. V lb 7 lrsc n Skin-, I'OlUlO-t. DU.... IUKS.V lb Salt, Sue. e sack... NUt, A.hton. i ll.... Salt, Common. V bbl. ....2 luck dressed, e lb loi IILITKK 1 a so Pslry. " lb I"0 Sh ep Pelts. lb .XM1 OO Crrsmery. w lb si'iTurkcTsdressed, V lbs f Trtt'. v doi lO.Tlmnhy Med, 2 oo Feathers, lb To-Wool lb bait, sofar. ( DDI. Dressed pork. o.w. Grain, Flour And Feed. CORRECTED WEEKLY BT H. B. HAMLIN. nrsn, 9 cwt 83. ton 18 00 Com, shelled. t ba. Cora In ear, w bu Uais. bu 4ii Clover seed. bn 5 SO S1LLIKO. FLOUK 11 t White, S) sack .1 K Itest Itrd. ssck...! No. A ssck I u Graham. V rwt 3 .V Timothy seed. V bo.. .3 oo HtK-k.-hst Flour, ....S 611 Bolted slesl.ll cwt ...I 4(1 rATiao. Corn, ahelled. 9 bu..., seal, t cwi, ........... i in Clop wesrt 1 tti Mlddllum,ai cwt I lo Shorts, cwt as Corn. In ear. St bn 4 oia.bu .jcj'ASS Clover aced, V bu 4 75 I Timothy seed V ba. ,J T5 wneaLVDU ...i 9i OUMcal CVt t Sui A.(i.& (i.L.C OlltH, Wellington O. Dealera In FURNITURE ! Wo have increased our stock, aad have a large assortment of all the latest and fash ionable styles, at LOWEST PRICES, Those wishing to save money can do so by giving us a call. A full line ot jParlor Suits, jBedroom Sets, Marbte top Sables ; Iuncy Sables, MiXienSlOn JLaOieS , "Pnfflnt TinrPpr? -J JjJctSV ChCtifS Camp Chairs, Office Chairs, Child's Mtncjy Ztockers, JFbot Ztesls, JFlo7ter Stands, Sible Stands, and about all kinds of chairs you can men. tion: ia fact, onr stock 'or furniture is com plete, snd at much lower prices than you have been) buying for daring the lsst 25 years. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cut", braises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is guaranteed to give perfct satisfaction in every case or money refunded. Pries. S3 cents per box. For sale by J. W. Houghton. Trees. Fruit, ahade, ornamental of all varl- etiea and grades. C. w. jsaker or Painesville, O., who has been selling and delivering stock from the nursery ot Storrs St Harrison of that place Is re ceiving many words of commendation for the very excellent quality of bis trees. His customers uniformly ex press entire satisfaction with both qual ity and prices. He will continue to canva8 la this vicinity all winter and will fill orders taken, next Spring. Reserve yoar orders until he calls on you and gives you prices. 8 -4ra MRS. That choice Coffee that everybody compliments so much. Is roasted at Bowlby & Hall's. Don't forget It. And if you have to wade through mud knee deep, go to the Grocery and Crock ery Store of Bowlby & Hall and get Coffee that Is strictly pure and fresh roasted. The quality of tbe H. & M. Oysters ia known by everybody, we get them di rect from the packer in Baltimore. Those who bny our Flour, Crackers, Buckwheat, Tea, Coffee, Cheese, Bat ter, etc., know that no better goods can be found in the market. We employ our energies In selecting the best and healthiest goods, and will sell same quality at as low price as any body. Our Queensware and Glassware stock is tbe most complete of anything in town. Give as a call. BOWLBY & HALL. THU BTATE OF OHIO, Ia the Conrt of Probate. Lorain unnty. aa. i Joseph H. Dickson, Administrator or John Mius, deceased, Plaintta, AUAIfl B 1 Marsaret Marietta. Jacob H. Marietta. Wl'llam C Marietta. John W. Marietta. Jarnea H. Marietta, Melinda Cronemtller, Joha Spencer, Mary C. Spen cer. David Marietta, lease Marietta. Margaret Stick. Daniel Stick, lydla A. Peters, George Peters, Cornell Baffsrs, Michael Bugara, Daniel Mint, and other. Defendants, Notice. Tha abors named defendants, Margaret Marietta, the widow, and Jacob H. Marietta, William C. Marl- eUa. Joha W. Marietta, James H. Marietta, Melinda Crooemlller. Joha Spencer and Mary C Spencer, Darid Marietta. Isaaa Marietta, 'Marsaret Stick. Daniel Stick. Lydla A. Peters. Cornelia Sasara, Michael So ssrs. heirs of Jolin Marietta, deceased. aad Daniel Mills, oaa of tbe heirs of Joan Mil a. ceases, will take notice tbe BBdaralsned aa Admlnla- trator of Joha Mills, deceased, haa Sled tn tbe Probata Conrt of aald county, hla petiutlon to sell tha folio wins real estate, la Brisbtea township. In said eoaatr: Bains' part of lot Ho (1) one and (3) two. In Tract Ko. 7 seres, bounded North by bJshwar. West by owned by Hester M osier. Bonta by lot lines. East by land owned by Leonard Loreland. Also Its acres of land In tbe Worth -west comer of lot No. (to) ten. Tract (T) seres, betas ten chains on theKorth aad South sides, aad Sra chains on tha Bast aad Weat sides, tinea parallel with lot Unea. Also arty acres of lead In WelUnstoa township. In lot No. (43) forty-three, and formerly deeded to Cbaa. Toots and Joha L. foots, bounded on the North by lands formerly owned by C and L. Foote. Bast by land owned by F. 8. Wadswortb, aad South by land formerly owned by O. Smith, aad West by township line. On tha two erst parcels the widow and nous or John Marietta are Uen holders, and said Daniel Mills hss an Interest In all of said parcels, ss heirs at law John Mills, deceased. Bald petition asks for a sale of tald premises, to psy arst tna liens taereon. ana secooa we sCIrcl debts of ssld John Mills, deceased. The same will be for heart ne; on the 37th dsy oi February, lsaub at lo o'clock, A.M. J. 11. DICKSON. Administrator of 18 at. Joha H. Mills. Deceased. OYSTERS! OYSTEBS! ETC. Although Oysters have advanced In price, you can still get the m for 30 eta per quart, and from 20 to 35 eta per can, at tbe store of ' It. J. KOBIXSOX. JULIUS Klll&B SOU KttUCYKt J. W. Houghton's, Optician Wellington, 0 6 PERUVIAN TOHC BITTERS! Are very rapidly taking the place of all Advertised Bitters in this market, because they do every time all that is claimed for them to do. They are made from the very best selected stock that can be found. Both experience and skill are used in every part of the compounding of them. They are put up in large bot tles, and are very neat and attractive in appearance. ... The manufacturers of the Peruvian Tonic Bitters feel so confident of its wonderful power that they authorize us, for the purpose of introducing them to make this liberal offer, viz: that we will in all cases, should any occur, where these Bitters have been used faithfully and no benefit derived from the use of. them, either exchange the empty bottle or refund the money. Remember these are the Peruvian Tonic Bitters, and that we are the only authorized agents in Wellington. Manufactured by W. F. Philips & Co., Portland, Me. EVERETT & STARR, The New Light Running "Domestic." It is acknowledged by all Experts that the Domestic is the MODEL SEWING MACHINE i. the WORLD ! It Has No Equal. ' . S. P. HASTINGS, is our only anthorized Agent at . "Wellington, Ohio. DOMESTIO SEWING MACHINE CO. tlNE HOME.!" I' am also Agent for the "New Home," a model of nimpliclty, stiength and beauty pattern ot perfection, light running, makes very little noise, and seldom gets ont of order. It has a self setting needle: the automatic tension: a device whereby tbe bobber can be wound without running the machine: a large space nnder tbe arm: a dial for regu lating length of stitch, while bo other machine has and adjnstibility of parts so that loet motion or wear irom iodk usage, can w wssu ALL MACHINES FULLY WARRANTED. Forty New Home machines have been sold from this Agency within the last two years. and all are giving entire satisfaction. . A une quality o( oil kept oa hsnJ, sad wjrran ted not to guia. Also needles and attach ments for all machines. Rspairiag done to ordsr. Jan. 1, '80 ly t3TA number of good second hand Machines for aale cheap. S. P. HASTINGS, Agent., t" Rooms and office in Benedict Block. HARDWARE ! J. 2. WOOIallT, Keeps on hand at all times a large and com plete stock of Hardware. Making his pur chases direct from the manntactnrera, he can offer goods at the Lowest 7igures. Attention is called tohlsjatock. of IRON, GLASS, NAILS, " FORKS, BPADE3, BHOVEL3, Wlilto Lead, Oils and Brashes. His stock ot Carpenter's and Mecban ic's Tools, Cutlery, and Honse Furnishing Goods is complete, and prices unequalled. Revolvers and Cartridges la fall assortment, and at unpre cedentiy low rices. All Goods warranted and satisfaction guaranteed. J. H. Woolley. STor Sale. Agricfltijrai, IMPLE5FENT3 ! Phosphate and Bone Fertilizer! Farms, housea and lots, for aale or exchange. . Kice farm of 205 acres In Minnesota, to exchange for Lorain County property. Honey to Loan. Collect notea and accounts. Office over new Post Office, Welling ton, O. MORROW & CO. Jan. 1, 'SO Smos. tn P? EH n o t o n CO o OS 03 W M is eft ta P n ai P H o a o O 5 bC 2 "2 - 5 i Sao el a u s g a . i 9 O M 2 c a a a c r3 5 rs a el m P. o . a. a 2 o !! a o JS c o t S i 2 S 3 a Si Sale Dills Give oa a call. printed at this offic oa short notice snd or most reasons bl tarma "Wellington, Ohio. . . THE KING OF Sewing HacHnes. We ask your special attention to tha foUowInc points of the Domestic: New Vibrating Presser aad Dnderbraldar, Self Betting Needle, Self Threadinc Shuttle. The Antomatla Tension, The Automatic Tske-up, Simplicity of Con-tructlon, Adjustability of Parts, Great Ranue of Vv ork. Quietness and Ease of Operation, Loose Pulley for Winding Bobbins, Llxht-Running, Finish and Durability. It la an admitted fact, as the sworn statements of the manufacturers will show, that there Is no ma chine made that can show the rapid growth and In creasing popularity of the DOMESTIC for tha time lt has been in use. Merit will wln, up. H. B, Hamlin, Headquarters For Flour, Feed, and ALL KINDS OF GRAIN, Has on sale a new Brand of Floor 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 .tmt in or der to continue to raise good crops they mnst apply fertilisers to their lands. S 0 PERPHOSPHATES have been proved to be tho most pow erful, best aud cheapest fertilizer in the market. Made by experienced and re liable manufacturers, prepared aa plant food by the best known process, it ia the standard fertilizer; causing immediate and lasting fertility, and ia perfectly adapted to all crops. Call and get circulars. Warehouse South of By., Depot, 4ln-33-tf Wellington. Ohio. Estate Notice. Notice ia hereby given that the underslgaad haa beea duly appointed and qualified aa Administrator de bonis non. with tha will annexed, of tha estate of Austin KJnasbury, deceased, late of Brighton. Lo rain County, Ohio. Mtratca Goes. January 1, 1830. SILMORE & CO., (ESTABLISHED 1885) - P cBsionr,Increase of Pensions and all other classes of Claims for Sol diers and Soldiers' Heirs, prosecuted. Address with stamp, GILMOBE CO., Washington, D. C. NEW GROCERY! Having purchased the stock of GROCERIES and CLOTHING, of D. T. Bush, One dooa North ot tbe Post Office, and having a stock now complete, I am pre. pared to furnish to my customers any thing in the GROCERY LINE, at as low rates aa can be sold in the village. I am thankful for past favors, and would ask that you call and aee me in my new place of business, and examine my stock. I am selling Clothing at cast. Yours Truly, 2in 14-2nt S. E. PETERS. School Election. The qualified voters of the Union School District of the Incorporate Vil lage oi Wellington, are notined to meet at the Town Hall, in said vlllaee. on Saturday, Feb. 14th, at 8 o'clock V. M., and then and there cast their ballots for or against the'pnrohase of the B. G. Car penter lot on northwest corner of school gronnda. Tickets to read: For a levy sufficient to bay the B. G. Carpenter house and lot, at fifteen hun dred dollars. Yea. For a levy sufficient to buy the B. G. Carpenter house and lot, at fifteen hun dred dollars. No. For Sale. Honse with six rooms, and lot on Booth side e Adams street. Also a vscant lot oa South sloe of Magyar street. For terms Inquire of 8. 8, Warner. 18-tf.