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Thursday, December 23, 1880. J. W. BOOGHTOI. . H. HOOGHTOI, Editors. From sad after this dare all notice of enterUinmeBtt . and enterprise of aver? kind, which her, for their object the making of money, will be charted for at nnnrncttmN. uniuij hi nmii and all local aotleea which are purely aswa natter, will ha, aa heretofore, published free. Ta ratcafor local aotleea are: TeacenuaHneforthe rat meerttoa. and Seven cents a line foe each sub sequent Inaertlon; Minion type, leaded. If the looala are Urn, and ran eerera! weeks without chance, they will beset la Brevier type, solid, and reduotloa will be tin front these rates. BUSINESS AUD PIJ2ASUEE. Chris trass Slippers, at Frank B. Senge's. For Holiday Good go ta the Bee Hire. A shoemaker' shop may be considered a last resort. a Louisiana Oranges for the holidays at Harreja. . The bottojn baa fallen out of price at OUerbacaer'a Harneaa Shop. 13 tf London Punch call the fact- of the moon a silver mot; in the sky. Sllppera. Slippers, Slipper. At Frank B. storage's. . Look oat for the engine at the Bee Hire. V Isnt It queer that contractor should be enjraged to widen the streets? - "-Poultry of all kind wanted by Couch A Baldwin. 8tt Buy jour Christmas present of H. G. The telegraph tells na "the Kurd hare fallen back," which perhap Indicates that the whey I clear. Wanted, 10,000 Turkic, by Couch A Baldwin. 8tt If yon wish to buy a floe present, Woo iter 4 Adam la the place to go. S Tha Sixnal Serrioe observer, on the top of Pike's Peaka holda the highest office In the gift of the nation. . Look for H. G. Starr fc Co.' new Ctrist maa advertisement. 2 - -LflJ h..l. ah Dllnn.. K1s . Tnnlt B. Sersge's. ' If yon want correct Information about any kind of business, aak the individual who has never engaged In it. Desert Beta, something new and attrac tive, cheaper than ever before, at Wooley. IS Beautiful Lamps at the Bee Hive, for - Christmas. Many a tramp would be thankful for cold ham, bat none of them relish th6 cold shoulder. Salem Sunbeam. ' . " - The cheapest lot of Sae slippers la town, at TMMlr R AftMira'a The average age of a hog is only fifteen year. This always consoles us when we see a man spreading himself out over four seats In a railway car. Bay your Christmas Presents at the Bee Hire. . lS-a Otter backer la bound to win if good goods, low prices, and generous treatment of customers are elements of ape cess, 19-tf A poetess asks ; "Have yon lived the songs von sing, lover If he sings "We Wont Go Home Till Homing" no boubt he has lived at least one of them. New Zephyrs, German town, Shetland Wool, Sacks, Hoods, Mittens, and Leggine, at Mrs. M. P. Kingaley's. 6tf A very disagreeable old gentleman dies. A nephew, charged with the duty of pre paring his epitaph, suggests : "Deeply re are ted by all who never knew him. Bay Christmas presents at the Bee Hive; the flaest line In town. 8 Beautiful Chamber Sets at the Bee Hive. They will make an appropriate present for Christmas. 13-9 It Is said that the threads of Colorado spiders are strong enough to sew on buttons, and tha snider are no blower than blackbirds at that. Tha balance of our a took of Ladles, Cloaks and Dolmans will be sold ten per cent, below manufacturers prices. AJLFitch. Fine Decorated Tea and Dinner Sets at the Bee Hive, for Christmas Presents, 'Calloa Otterbacher and he will show you the 8 nest and cheapest goods In his line ever opened in Wellington. 13-U Undoubtedly Wooster A Adams ha ve the naest assortment of Photograph Albums for presents. 3 "Brilliant and Impulsive people," said a lecturer on physiognomy, 'have black eyest or if they don't have 'em, they 're apt to get 'em, If they re too impulsive." For buffalo robes, wolf robes, lap robes, horse blankets, as cheap aa can bo bought elsewhere, go to Otterbacher's. 12-tf , The Leadville Chronicle tells of a man Wll4 siaranril "with hla Ufa f tit TnAlafia The man who escaped without his Ufa hasn't yet been reported. Biggest stock of Revolvers in town. The beat and cheapest corn shelter. Genuine 'chilled sleigh shoes. Call and school bells, at Jt'ooUeys. . . . 10 Professor Rice, the Rochester astronomer, says that Saturn dots not retire until 8 o'clock A. at. This Is the first Intimation that planets played poker. The largest and finest sssortment of trunk ana satchels ever shown in Welling ton, at astonishingly low prices, st J. M. Orterbacher's. ls-tf An exchange speaks of a man who "is bat one step removed fsom an ass." He'd better make It three or four. The animal has long reach backward. in order to make room for spring goods we win close out oar stock of Ladies' Cloaks and Dolmans ten per cent, below manufac turers prices. " A. M. Fitch. "I have a theory about the dead lan guages," said a new student. What Is It r naked the Professor. "That they am killed by being studied too hard. , . - An premium awarded by the Welling ton TJnlon Agricultural Society not called for "before the 1st dsy of January will be eon nlonal oVmated ta tha Boeletv. Tt X. Good- rln. Secretary. 13 3 - -A couple of reporters spent the night In a cell with a man who was doomed to be fcaaged in Connecticut recently, and In the anomlng the prisoner was perfectly willing to die. . Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks. A great bargain In Cloaks. Having closed out a largs lot of . Cloaks at a great bargain, we propose to give our customers a benefit, as they mnat all be closed out by January 1, 188L Bald win, Laaadon dc Co. .-2 If you want to study the Immense variety of tha kaaua faea In exTtraalon von should band your gase upon the mobile countenance of a deaf and dam man when he reaches under tha plank walk for a lost nickel and picks up a raw bnmbla bee by the stem.. Croaks, Cloaks, Cloaks. A great bargain In Cloak a. Having closed oat a large lot of Cloaks at a great bargain, we propose to give oar cos torn era a benefit, aa they must all be closed oat by January 1, 1881. Bald win, Dauadoa A Co. . g tfrfllwi, eaa tha Th and that Brill flavar AaMavat me," sings tha poet. And the "autograph" - man of the Lowell Cltisea aays "he wanta the ' cards stocked so st to bring the four sees Into his fist. Thus it 1 that the warm aspi rations of a sensitive and roaring gedini are nipped hi the bad by Us Icy chill of sclo'axly After this week we will ran oar coffee mill and roaster by steam at the Bee Hive. For policies of insurance with the Ohio Farmers Ins. Co, apply to R. N. Goodwin. 9 - A facetious burglar who had broken Into an editor's house, said the only thing he struck waa a match. Highest prices paid for all kinds of poultry, by Couch A Baldwin. 8tf New York State, patent process Buckwheat Flour, $3.50 per hundred, at Hamlin's. 11 6 ' Certainly, there were Irishmen in Bible days. Don't we read of James, the brother of John, and Tim O'Theua his brother f A very large assortment of Gents' Em broidered Slippers st Frank B. Sersge's. The best Une of Vasbs and Toilet Set yon ever saw, at the Bee Hive. 3 . At a ball Matchmaking mamma (to her marriageable daughter) "Virginia, dear, don't lose sight of that gentleman In mourning. He may be a widower." Headquarters for sleigh bell and chimes st Woollev's. Don't want to keep them over. Will sell at a small margin. IS Politics, says the Hsckenssck Repub lican, la like an antiquated egg ; the better yon get acquainted with it, the more yon don't like 1L Don't fall to see Wooster A Adsms Con fectionary Department. We open, Saturday, the finest candr ever sold in Wellington. 3 There's more Joy in Californla'over one chinaman wto dleth than there Is over ninety and nine healthy washes washees within a mile of the Band Lots. Lost, a pair of ateel bowed spectacles, silver nose piece, in case with J. W. Hough ton's name on It. The finder wUl confer a favor by leaving them at this oSce. Joseph Gannett. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS Several Locals sad Personals had to be laid over, owing to the lateness of the hour at which they were handed to the printer. The first lot of steel pens sold st wholesale brought $36 a gross, three dollars a dosen or twenty-five cents each. Couch A Baldwin shipped ten tons of dressed turkeys from Wellington Saturday night, the largest shipment of such poultry ever made here. The new fire engine arrived latt week and waa an object of much interest. It will probably be stored In the old brick school bunding next the Town Hall. The concert that was announced to be given by the Congregational Church choir between Christmas and New Tears hss been postponed until after January 1st. The Choral Class of nearly fifty members, organised several weeks ago, under the di rection of W. & Franks, meets every Friday evening in Roser's HsU. A five years old boy la Wellington, who did not enjoy the darkness of his bed-room st night said: "I wish I waa God I would hang a bright moon right up over our house every night. There will be Christmas eve exercises In all the churches tomorrow evening, with dis tribution! of gifts snd sppropriate services in some form. Everybody Is expected to go and take the children. There is a very general expression of sa tisfaction in the pleasure given by our clos ing school exercises. They were exceed ingly gratifying to parents, patrons and visitors, snd a great credit to pupils and teachers. Last Tuesday night the rsllrosd night- watchman who travels the track found a broken rail near Lagrange with about 14 inches gone. The track men were called out and a new rail put In without any damage to the trains. Last Wednesday night passenger train No. 8 left her on time and run about one mile and a half when here blow-off valve got out of order and let all the water out of her boiler. They pulled out the fire, repaired the valve and pumped her boiler, fall by hard work, tired up- and went on, delaying all trains until midnight, Jacob Stelae, of Homer, committed sui cide Mondsy evening by hanging. He went to bed apparently in good health, and not coming down from hla room the next morn ing, an examination was made about eleven o'clock, when he waa found hanging by the neck dead. He had used a strap which he fastened to a hook and then drew up hla feet from the floor. He had evidently been dead several hoars as the body wss quite cold. He wss a farmer In good circum stances, though somewhat in debt and had been subject to fits of despondency sppsr ently on that account. The usefulness of cold storage facilities wss recently illustrated in the recipt by a refrigeration company of New Tork, of some grapes from California froxan hard in the transit, which were subject to a temperature a few degrees above frecsing point and graduaUy acquiring a. normal condition. Poultry, game, fruits of all kinds are kept without a particle of odor being emanated in the low temperature to which they are sub jected. We shall expect to see these things demonstrated In Wellington daring the year while the three thousand dollars worth of Ice lasts, which la now being placed in Horr A Warner's a to rehouse. A little girl of three years, who had Just began to wonder at the continued absence of one who had recently died, and questioned her mother until she learned bt Heaven as a future dwelling place, took a practical view of it an and said: "Well, when I go there 'can I take my playthings, and doUles and my new rocking chalt? I dont want to go if I can't have these; I shall have to have my little rocker for I wouldn't have any place to sit down, and of course I shsll want to rest sometimes; and can Towser go to, for I shell wi nt him to smooths, and old Billy, (the big cat) "I want him there, but these two white cats I will leave them; Jesus, wouldn't like them would he mams?" PERSONALS. B. II. Gjlvrr is expected home this week from Colorado. ' Mrs. Klnntson and child are visiting st her father's in Madison, Lake Co. Mr. Webb, an aged lady of Wakeman, was last week stricken down with apoplexy. ' H. K. Foster, Esq., formerly of the Berea Advertiser, is now connected with the Toledo Blade. . Mr. Durf ee, killed by the explosion at Gar retavUIo, as insured for $2,00) in the rVel Ungton Mutual. . Mr. Theodore Ielden and wife, of Grafton, former residents of Wt ring-ton, were in town on Tuesday evening It at. . Miss Adelaide Merrill has gone to Palocs vllle snd other place in the eastern part of the State to spend her vacation. Mr. 8. E. Wilcox expects to spend the Holidsyswlth her. sister Mrs. Sheldon, in HorncllsvUle, N. T. Rev. L VcTC Pltteurer formerly assistant at St Paul's church bat acesptede call to the rectorship of St James Church, Zanes- villa, v ' Miss. Nellie, daughter of conductor Egbert Sreea, of Medina, was married last week to Cha. bobart, of ths firm of Hobart A Son -.,.:.:. Mrs. J. H. Dickson is suffering from a fractured cellar bone, which from an ap parently Insignificant wrench waa broken fortnight ago. Miss Mary L. Parsons, daughter of Hon. Geo. M. Parsons, of Columbus, waa married Dec. 16th, to Mr. Breece of New Tork, a broker of Rreat wealth. Mr. Samuel Doud, a prominent citizen of new London, died very suddenly Tuesday of Isst week, supposed to have been caused by rheumatism of the heart Prof. Kinnlson slipped and fell Monday morning, straining quite severely the snkle of a limb which has given him considerable Inconvenience of late. Judge Barber's decision in the suit of the powerful and wealthy Standard OU Co., and adverse to the corporation ia regarded as a courageous act of Justice. Mrs. C. W. Stearns, Berea's best soloist, lately achieved her highest success la a coo. cert given by the musical anion acder the direction of Prof. H. H. Darby. Mr. James Webber, of Penfield, was mar ried Thursday evening last week to Mis Sarah Thomas of Brunswick, a daughter 'of the Rev. Chaa. Thomas, deceased. a Mrs. B. D. Noble has painted in oU colors upon wax, some lovely flower pieces. One of morning glories, snd one a branch of holly, a rose, a tiny spray of forget-me-nots and delicate grasses were very delicately done. Geo. H. Houghton, of Claremount, Minn., writes Dec 11th: We have bad a month of as steady winter weather as I have experi enced, the thermometer ranging below aero most of the time. Hsve hsd little snow In this part of the Btate, but in the Notth and west roads hsve been blocked several time. LATEST NEWS NO;TES. An unsuccessful attempt has been made to rob the grave of Callahan, at Wooster. N. B. Davis, of North Amherst, dropped dead of heart disease Monday night. Conductor nildcblddle, injured in a late railroad accident, died at Gallon, Fnday. $25,000 will be paid to the laborers of the Wheeling & Lake Erie Railroad within a few days. W. L. Gsrdiner, of Norwalk, haa been to the Isle of Jersey and brought home some line Jersey stock. Charles McAllister, an eight-year old boy of Detroit Btreet, Cleveland, was drow ned while skating, Bunday. An extensive revival of lellgion is in pro gress at Greenwich. Over a hundred persons hsve professed conversion. Con. Lyon, a Columbus patrolman, was mortally wounded, Sunday night, while ar resting a gambler, Geo. W. Carlisle. Herbert Clark, a member of Trinity Church, Cleveland, and In business with Mcintosh, Good fc Con died Sundsy, aged 23 years. Whlttier's birthday was also celebrated by the Mt- Vernon schools. In much the same manner observed by the Wellington Schools. 1,000 wss paid by the London Times for the privilege of publishing selected chapters from Lord Beaconsfleld's book, Endymlon. Miss Helen Wright was thrown from a horse near Bucyms, Fridsy night, while re turning from a literary society, snd hsd lain In an unconscious condition since. Matthew Taggart, of Wooster, died very suddenly, 8atarday, after mentioning that he had a pain about his heart He had long lived in Wayne County, and his sge was 66 years. Ann Eliza, one of the relicts of Brigbam Young, hsd a narrow escape from cremation In a hotel at Bradford, Pa., which burned 8unday morning. She lost her clothing. Jewelry and money. J. R. Snyder, of Franklin, Wayne Co., hired a genteel tramp who worked satisfactorily two days snd then stole away In the stillness of night, taking with him the overcoat and weddlng.suit of his recently married bene factor. In the case of the Standard OU Company and Mestts. Scoflelds sgslost Scofleld, Shur man A Teagle, Judge Barber decided, Satur day morning, adversely to the plaintiff, re fusing to grant the temporary injunction prayed for. A young Dubuque girl went to New Zea land, summoned by her sweetheart who was to marry her on her arrival there. He seem ed disappointed In her not being as band- some as he had supposed, and she released him and came home. The residence of Thomaa Tod, Youngs town, was robbed, Friday evening, supposed to hsve been done while the family were at supper,of $5,000 worth of valuables Jewelry, personal apparel, and some money. Only three chambers appeared to have been en tered. v ' Finch Brothers, owners of the Commercial Hotel, BurUngame, Kanaaa, suffered a loss of several thousand dollars, rreantly, by the burning of that building, upon which there wss no insurance. They began rebuilding the next morning, and, the paper states, will not be at all embarrassed by their loss. A disastrous fire In Buffalo, Fridsy even ing about 6 o'clock, in a wall paper factory without fire escspes, burned about twenty workmen, and many more escsped only with serious injuries. There wss also a great loss of ptoperty. The origin of the fire is a mys tery, no fire or smoking being allowed In the building, snd the engine and boiler rooms were In sn adjacent structure. A stationery boiler in the Platlna Zinc Works, New York, wss blown up, Saturday night, and thrown over several five-story roofs and landed two hundred feet away, The fire under the boiler had been raked and left to die oat The boiler was new and had txen twice examined. It must hsve risen hundreds of fret snd did no harm except to the building It left A Birthday Party. A very enjoyable birthday party was held at G. C. Cliffords, on tha 14th, It being the 77th birthday of Mra. Margaret Barge. The children and grandchildren of Mra. Barge number about twenty-five. They all came with weU fillel basket of Provisions, and some of the grandchildren had prepared themselves with nice, sppropriate verses fpr the occasion which were read by them. The following is a specimen: KBM BMBIB THY MOTHER. Lead your mother tenderly Down life' sleep decline; Onoe her arm waa thy support Now she leace on thine. Bee upon ber lovlns face TDoae deep line of care; Think It was her care for thro l,aft that record there, y Vrr forget her ttreleas watch Taking from oer step the grace, Kruin her eve the ilirht.' fvrp, dj oaj auu mgut. Clirrlah well her fhful heart Which through wearr ;aar Echoed with 1 1 1 rnipathy All thv anUea and tears. Thawk God for thy mother's love, Ouard the priceless boon, For the bluer penlpa hour Cometh all too soon. When thy areatlul tenderness ' Loses power to save. Earth will hold nodeareripot Than thy mother's graTe. Mrs. Barge is the widow of Joseph Bsrge, deceased, an old lesldeut of this county. May she live long to enoy many more birthday celebrations such as this oni has proved to be. Wellington Schools, REPORT FOR THE TEKM OF FIFTEEN WEEKS ENDING DECEMBER 17, 1880. The following table gives, by schools, the enrollment, days of absence, tardiness, and per cent, of daily attendance : No. Days Times per eent EnroU. Absent. Tardy. Att'nca. Hlsh School. A Grammar. B Grammar, C Grammar, A Primary, B Primary, C Primary, main bid" g C Primary, North, S7 St s M.S 5 SO 1 H-t 57 u 4 n 1 W S S9.1 s: no 7 ss.s ss m s ss.s s; is .s s ss.T The totals give 430 enrolled, 755 days of absence, 39 cases of tardiness, and an aver age per cent, of daily attendance of 97.3. During the term 21 scholars were tem porarily withdrawn, all of whom re-entered before the close of Uie term; 17 were per manently withdrawn on account of re moval from town, sickness, or work. The above report corresponds very favorably with that of the corresponding term of last year, showing a gain of 29 in enrollment, a decrease in tardiness of 26 cases, while the per cent of daily attendance full from 98 to 97.3. There are 30 tuition students enrolled in the schools, the same in num ber as one year ago. There has been more sickness and consequent absence than du ring the corresponding term of last year. The parents are urged to help maintain the attendance and punctuality in the schools. R. II. Kinxisok, Supt On Friday afternoon a large number of parents and friends of the pupils aane in bled at the High School to witness 'the closing exercises, in honor of Whittier's birthday, and spent nearly three hours, most pleasantly. The following programme was rendered in a manner that reflected much credit on the performers: Song by school Kellers American Hymn. Biographical sketch of Whlttter. Warner Horr. My Birthday. Forest Parser. The Moral and Religious Character of WhltUer. Whitney Clark. Review Tent on the Beach. Carrie Tripp. Vocal Duet Mnsle and her Sister. Sons. Jessie Foot snd Minnie ulegon. Declamation To Faneul Hall. Leon Wadsworth. Recitation Tb Witch's Daughter. Miss Emma Scott. Review Songs of Labor. Charles Barrell. Declamation The Pumpkin. Elmer Sheldon. Essay Whlttier's Women Characters. Msad Miller. Instrumental Duet The Messenger Bird, from 8hu- hurt. Mlas Van Cleef snd Stella Shepard. Declamation Eve After Election. Bently Vise her. Oration Whittler as a Patriot and Philanthropist. Elmer Houghton. Declamation Lana Deo. Charlie Roser. Gymnastics By School. Review Snow Bound. Mary Ingraham. Recitation The Yankee Girl. Addis Led yard. Declamat loo Prisoner for Debt. Walter Horr. Esssy Dream of Summer. Stella Shepard. Song Bird Carol. By the School. Recitation What the Birds Saw. Clara StuchScld. Declamation At Port RoyaL Geo. Rust. Declamation Barbara Frletchle. Joe Hendee. Oration Whittler as a Foec Watson Lang. Sons Duet Oently Sighs the Breese. Clara Btnch- Beld and Minnie Clegon. EOCHESTER. Married, Dee. ISth, at the Baptist Church, Miss Amy Contes to Mr. Win. Robishaw. Rev. Clark of Cleveland officiating. School has closed for holidays. Wore than forty Rochester men went to Elyrla courting last week. Quarterly meeting at the M. E. Church last Saturday and Sunday. The store windows and counters are piled with many nice things for the Christmas tree that is to be at the Baptist Church. ill. Times for Holding Courts in Lo rain County for 1881. District Cocrt Monday, March 28. Common Plkas Monday, January 31st ; Monday, May 3rd ; Monday. Oc tober 24th. No TJSO Trying to "run a grocery store with wind. Steam, varacity and honest merchandise walk over everything" else. All that good Coffee you hear so much about is roasted in our Steam Roaster, and the pure ground Spices are ground in oar Spice grinder. Kverjbody knows tliat Haltby's II. & M. Oysters are the first choice every time. Wo are Ms Agents here and ship direct from Baltimore. We have a larger and more complete stock of Holiday Goods than ever be fore. Nobody should think of buying Christmas presents before seeing the at tractions in our show cases, on our table?, hanging on the ceiling and lying on the shelve'. Do you want a nobby China, Jap anese or Iron Stone Tea or Toilet Set? Bowlby & Hall's is the placo to buy it. Do you want fance Vase?, fancy Cups and Saucers, Mug", Ltmps, everything in fine Glasaware and too many other thing' to mention, "o to the Collee aud Spice Mills, aud reliable Crock ry store kept by lUtf. Bow lb T & Hall. Protect the Lungs. Every year thousands go to untimely graves from pneumonia, lung fever or congestion of the lung. Not a winter passes in any comtnuuity in this cli mate without more or less victims to these swift and fatal diseases. Delicate people, especially should wear besides the ordinary flannels aud warm clothing an extra covering over the lungs, and the most vignrous may wisely adopt the same precaution, and, in this changeable climate where a few hours often wit nesses an abrupt and extreme depres sion oftempeiature, from Xcveinber till June, every one thould ensure great er safety by wearing a chest protector. Those who have worn them and ex perienced the added comfort and free dom from chillineos which such prot tection gives would not for any price abaniloti t em. A full line of these goods at lloughtou'd Drug and Book store. v P. Snyder Lias taken the triangular room In tlio new Bee Hive Block for a Boot and Shoe Shop, and will do all kinds of manufacturing and repairing of line and coins work lu the best uiauuer, and at the lowest liviug prices. A full assort ment of leather and findings kept in stock, and both work ana niateiinls guaranteed to give satisfaction. Give uim a call when in nee J of any kind of work. 7tf Another Comet Heard From. Bo sure you are right, then go ahead; First read what Starr fc Co. have said, In Christmas Goods we lake the lead, To this tact you all accede; Co, examine their goods, see their prjoes, Compare your notes, and buy their devices. Special Notice. Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks. A great bargain in Cloaks. Having closed out a laige lotof Cloaks at a great bargain, we propose to give our customers a bf ne lit, as they must H l6 closed out by January 1, J&81. ' BALpWIX, LaCKDOJf & CO. A Nice Holidsry Present, Twentyrflve more of those elegant light-running Domestics, just received for the Holiday Trade. Cull and see them at the Sett lug Machine Rooms in Benedict's Block. 11-if S. P. Hastings, Agent. Hair Goods. ' Mrs. E. P. Buird will order for ladles all the leading novelties lu hair dress ing, consisting of Saratoga Waves, Scol lops, Coquetis, Switches, CurU, ruffs, Frlzzetts, etc., at the lowest cash price. Man's Noblest Work. This Is an age of great works and wonderful invention. Steam, elec tricity, water, air, all are made to seve man, but unquestionably the greatest inventions are those which fireserve man's health and prolong bis ife, and among the greatest of these is Dr. King's New Discovery for con sumption. Its effects are truly wonder ful and hundreds are happy to-day, who once looked forward to an early grave. For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, loss of voice. Hay Fever, Hoarseness, Croup, or any affection whatever of the Throat, Chestor Lungs, Dr. King's New Discovery will posi tively cure. We can cheerfully recom mend it to all, and can unhesitatingly say it is the only sure cure for Throat and Lung Affections, Trial bottles ten. cents; regular size $1. For sale by all druggists. . 8-ly(c) Shiloh's Consumption Cure. This Is beyond question the most suc cess! ul Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a few doses Invariably cure the worst ease of Cough, Croup, and Bron chitis, while Its wonderful success in the cure of Consumption is without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If you have a Cough we earnestly ask you to try It. Price 10 els., 50 cts. and f 1.00. If your Lungs are sore, Chest, or Back, Lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25c. Sold by II. G. Starr & Co. 6eow-ly(a) Answer This Question . Why do so many people we see around us, seem to prefer to suffer and be made miserable by Indigestion, Con stipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Coining up of the Food, Yellow Skin, when for 75 cts. we will sell them Shiloh's - Vitalizer, guaranteed to cure them. Sold by II. G. Starr & Co. Ceow-ly(a) Shiloh's Catarrh Bemedy. A marvellous cure for Catarrh, Diph theria, Canker mouth, and Head Ache. With each bottle tbere is an ingenious nashl Injector for the more successful treatment of those complaints without extra charge. Price SOcts. Sold by 11. G. Starr & Co. Ceow-ly(K) Given up by the Doctors. Where doctors have failed to cure, and have given their patients up to die. Electric Bitters have often been used, aud a cure effected, greatly to the astonishment of all. Diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Urinary Organs are positively cured by Electric Bitters. They invariably cure Con stipation, Headache and all Bilious Attacks. Try them, and be convinced that they are the best medicine used. Sold by all druggists, at fifty cents a bottle. 10 Cm(c) Patents. The standing of attorneys may be as certained upon inquiry at the Patent OfBcc, where it will be found that in qentors may be sure of honorable treat ment and a skillful prosecutor of their business by applying to Mr. C. E. Fos ter, 509 Seventh Street, Washington, D. C. Applications are presented with a view to securing broad and valuable claims, and promptly prosecuted. 12tf A Foolish Mistake. Don't make the mistake of confound ing a remedy of acknowledged merit with the numerous quack medicines that are now so common. We speak from experience when we say that Parker's Ginger Tonic is a sterling health restorative and will do all that is claimed for it. We have used it our selves with the happiest results for Rheumatism and when worn out by overwork. See adv. Times. 114 Coal Yardt Having bought the coal yard and busi ness of W. II. Fisher A Co., I take this method of Informing the citizens of Wellington and vicii.lty that I shall keep on hand and furnish to order all varieties and qualities of hard and soft coal, at the lowest living prices. All orders given me will be promptly and satisfactorily filled. 37-tf Cbas, E. Sctliff, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, totter, chapped bauds, chillblaius, corus, and all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction In every case or money re funded. Price 25 cents ppr box. For sale by all druggists. 9 )y Cliarle Hartman, Toledo, Ohio, says i know it cured me, and J hope othern similarly troubled with pain iu the chest may be helped by the "Only Lung Pad" aa I have. See advertise ment. II. Richardson, Sac and Fox Agency, Indian Territory, says: The "Only Lung Pa'l" has restored me to health, and 1 shall be glad to recommend it to any one. -See advertisement, THE MARKETS. CTTTiESE. The market is quiet with no especial movement to notice. We quote; Nw, buying, (naked) lOcaiOlicts; billing (boxed) 11J cts. The shipments of cheese tor the week ending Dec. 21, are as follows: No. of Boxes, 1,204; No. of pounds, 49.3G0. Butter for the same time as follows: No. of pkgs. 25; No. of pounds 1,233. Wellington Produce Market. COBBKCTCD WEEKLY BY BALDWIN, LACK DON CO. Anplea, dried, V lb SVjOeesedressed. lb OS Apple, green. 9 niui ar. Hay. V tun 11 ou Ilecswax, st lb Hams smoked, V lb 10 Bran, V bu 1 .VI Hide, men, lb....5i? W nucltwliest, tin. ..,...7i Maple Sugar. II. .0 Clilakvns dressed, &t47!'oiioes.uewlu 44 Clurerced,bu 3 ?aiKaxa,i lb -.1 Calf Skins. lb 12VSalt,flne. sack.... .a 05 Deaon 8klna, 75iSalt, Ailiton, s lb a l)uck drved, V lb lot rtalt. Common. V bbl.. 1 2.1 BCTTKlt Salt. Solar. bbl a IS Oalry. V :i V3 shep Pelts, lb .2V1 oo Crrainery. V lb lTurkeysdreaed, 168 8 Km. V do ............. AiTtmulhy meed, ........ 2 23 Feathers. lb 70; Wool. lb Dressed l1"' SS.OU. Grain, Flour and Feed. CORKECTKD WEEKLY BT H. B. IIAMLIX. Bran.ewt . R3 Ion IT 00 SILL1KQ. FLOUR Corn, sbeilcd, V bu. 5f SO 40 Corn in ear, bn... Oats. bu Clover seed. V bn .. Tiinotby seed. bn. 11.1 White. V sack .1 -to n -st IUd, a, hcK.,.1 VI .4 -V) .2 TU tlrahsm, V cwt M no. a. lift 1 Buckwheat Hour, ....3 2.V ItolKd Meat cwt ... I l Meal, rem 1 Ciop crt 1 in Corn, shelled. a ba 43 Cora. In ear, bu ..... .43 ats,i n.. ,,,.. ..nasi: V lie at, i li .U3S Mtd.lrlliK,ewt..,.., I'K cnoria, trwi .0.-1 olIMeal lcwl........l lul ciovcr seeo.T du iu Tlinothr seed bn. .2 su Von Tagan's Alaxine. We wlxh to train the confidence of thoae who read tiiia, mo that It may not be cen- Idertd simply sn adrer-tl-w-men' but a candid statement of facts re icardlnK our preparation called Alaxine, which ws are anxlou, to have tried by those who are afflicted, no nuikr haw b.iriiy. wit. Constipation. Disordered Llvrr, Blu id. Kidneys, and all sloinae 1 1 roubles. The u,tinot a-ire 1$ is.m lu ireparwM n tnorowrii study has been alren to' obtain the proper proportions of the Imrredls.its used s mailer requiring skin and knowledge. have had It tested by numerous physicians in their rrcticc,andlhe enthusiastic repoits from them.snd he many others who have ucd It, Justlry us In claim ing for It icreat superiority over all otli. r remedies, whether they be pills, sarsaparillas, Ac, for the abovs complaints. It Is the finest known remedy for Oonstl ration, and those who buy It fur this complaint, yet fear by Its use injurious results tularin ensue, we aqtiid say that Its action la that rf a iirur.t tonle'to the bfiweta.and it n,atu,rs nut the" length of time used.lt will positively re.tora them to s hcslthy state, unlike sll other remedl) which do destroy this result. It Is uncqualed for irenerai family nsu. Now. we s.k for U s thorough trial, and miarautee it to do all we claim. See that you buy it on these conditions, so thst ona need not neslta e. but try it at once, therefore sarlna Min,tnoner.si4fTetiiir snd life. We fee) tioinu.t:tlt Ollf ?ry n'rSw "" uHi-J-''' I"-'- " f1- ;1 00 m1r,lt Tot Sale by WOOSTEH fc ADAMS. SU! tit fttniUbeil fns?, with full inntrncttonafor ucttnK tae nttxtt prufltiablo iiuIniavs that out -a eninurn hi. The bualn U to to If urn. and our inattnict Wrujt are ao lim it" and nJatti, that any one can make Kreat proflta fitiin the very .Mart: So one ran fail wto Is willlnjr t j work. Women are aa aiirrtimful aa tned? Bora and irfrta can earn, Unw nun,. 'Marry have nradQ ai ih bntln over oue nun lrt?rl dotlara In a lpfrlB ViH'lc: NothlnkriKflt ever Knowm before. All whq Is Ti ism ire are urorlfU'fl at the iaM and raufdltv with wtitrh they are able to make money. You can enpurf 19 thin bulnt-aa during your aiare time at grvat wqt ou du not have to Invent ranltal In t. Wv tt,V all ilte rk Tbuae who noed rrady money ahould write una at once. All furnished fret. tudreu Tmcx Co. uffutvta, Maine. f-lj FOB WIHTEH CU3AKS A2H DRESSES go to Cook & Starr's Shop on Uourtland Avenue, for cutting, fitting and making. 2-6m Harness, Saddles, Etc. Headquarters for everylhlne In the above Une at AT J. M. OTTERBACKER'S If 70a want a (rood set of Harness or a Saddle at manufacturers' prices; or a Buffalo, Wolf or Lap Robe as cheap aa can be bought elsewhere; or a horse blanket for less than the material cost, you want to irlve me a call. I have also a nice stock of whips and lashes, which I will sell for less than they can now be made. Trunks from one dollar up; Bat chela from fifty cents up; shawl straps from twenty rents up; and a nice line of sleigh bells, which I will close out at a low price to make room for other Roods. I use only first class materiel and employ only the best work men. All work done under my supervision. J. M. OTTERBACHER. CHRISTMAS GIFTS! 1 A new lot of silk mufflers, silk handkerchiefs, and the largest assortment of gentle men's neck wear ever brought to town, and suitable for holi day gifts, just opened at Harvey's. A pair of gloves of any kind you wish, or a nice scarf or fine suspenders, collars, cuffs, etc., can ho had of Harvey. Harvey has bought a new lot of overcoats at lower prices than have been bought this season, which will be sold ac cordingly. And don't forget, an all-wool suit can be bought for 10.00. 'Wellington, Sept. 18, 1880. To my Customers, one and all, Old and Young, Republicans and Democrats : I am now daily receiving Fresh Oysters, in can and in bulk, and will sell as cheap as any other party can. 1 am also prepared to serve up Oysters in every style at my old stand on Liberty street. I will use my Ice Cream Parlor this fall and winter for Glas3 Parties, and will furnish everything de sired at moderate prices and at the shortest notice. As ever, your obed't serv't, B.- J. &0SZZTS01T. H. B. Hamlin, Headquarters For Flour, Feed, ALL KINDS OF GRAIN, Has on sale a new Brand of Flour of absolutely the best quality lu tovn. . at the same price you pay for is eric: kinds. Try it, and gut rid of that bano of the family, bad bread. Farmers having grain should re member that this ia the place to get tha highest market price for li la cash. They should also remember :tiat in or der to continue to raise good crops they must apply f ertilises to thoir lands, SUPERPHOSPHATES have been proved to be the rrost paw erlul, beat aud cheapest ferti izc ' In the market, Ifade by experlonoed and r -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 ant get circulars. Warehouse South of Ry., Depot, 4In-33-tf Wellington, Ohio. THE ENQUIREB. The People's Paper. Tb.s Crreavtesrt Newspaper' inKHe Wosrt. The Fnqalrer Is Just closing one of the most prosper ous snd successful years of Its existence. We wish to thank the people and our patruna for their support. Your sncouraKement has made the tssk of publishing the best newspaper In the West a possibility. Wc ssk your sld snd support for the year to come, and for the future, and pledge yon that we will spans no expense to mske the KnQulrer for the ensuing year not only the best newspaper in the West, but the rival of any In America. The world's news, recorded by a corps of fifteen hundred correspondents In all sections of the ftlooe, will be found In the Enquirer erery dsy In the year. The history of each day's events will be faithfully snd fearlessly told, expulni( rraud, rebuking corrup tion, arid, UQUoldiua the right. The facta of the world belong to the people, and will be presented to tbem by the Knquirer free of malice and undi toned for politi cal or personal purposes. In hurt, tne Enquirer will continue to be a news paper. In the future, as In the past, the Enquirer will be found advocating the rights of the people, snd against encroachment upon those rights from sny source; the rights of the Steles; the rights of communities, snd the fullest liberty to Individuals compatible with the genet al order and welfare of society. All questions and parties shall he treated with can dor and fairness, hut be truth shall never be perverted. The year Mi will be sn eventful one in the history of the Ststc snd Hcpuollc The Inauguration of a new Admlulstratlon, with new men and new purposes, are themes of the gravest Interest to all cltizeoa who love their country. Upon all these topics the Enquirer win cootsln the fullest and most reliable information from Its coips of sole snd faithful correspondents. The Weekly Enquirer Win be a paper (hat. ohmM va be rn. the hands of every f arrnwr rvry mw-hanlc, aod every toiler in the land. As an agrlraltural' p4per, full of fresh, valuable and retlaOle Information, it will be wllliout a rlvaL A corps of contributors has been tetsined whose practi cal and thcurctlcal knowledge In all branches of good farming Is unsurpassed. Terms of Weekly Enquirer. For one year. For six mouths.. $1 15 A free copy given to any one sending s club ot seven names with ss.us. Terms of Dully Enquirer. Without With Sunday Itaue. Bunday Issue, One Tesr. ii tu fit vu bit Months s 00 7 OU Three Months S 75 One Month IS 1 SO Sunday's Issue slone, per year too Auy two days' Issue, 4 00 Any three days' Issue, " uu FAR AM & McLEAN, Pntlialien, -io CINCINNATI, O. Sealtlx is Wealth. X Db. E. C. West's Nbbts axtj Bkatw Tkiatxixt, a specific for 11 jteriv, Dizziness, Convulsion, Nerv ous Headache, Menial ltepraMlun, Loas of Memory, Spermatorrhea, Impotency. Involuntary Emission, P rem al ure Old Ape. caused by over-exertion, self abuse, or ovcr-ludulscnce, which leads (o mlaetaitd death. One box will cure n-cuqt case. laca box contains one month's tp-atpjeu?. One dollar a box. or six boxes for Arc (loJ tarsi sent by mat: prepaid on re cclntqfbUot. We guarantee six boxes to care any oaae. with earh order received by us for six boxes, accompanied with Ave dollars, we will send the pur chas r our written guarantee to return the money If the treatment does not effect a core. Guarantees t sued only when the treatment Is ordered Alrac from n. Address JOHN C. WKST CO.. Bole rroprtetora. lrti 4k 13 W. Mailtos frt. Chicago, 111. Bold by ail drnfftrlsta. lO UoMi, CiB9 4 CO. Wholesale Aetata, 1 Cleveland, Ohio. "WOOSTER ADAMS, Agent. Wellington, Ohio 47-1 y Traaxlaa an Maraona De blltty and Prvrat, Diseases.' A warning voloa to Tooth and Mwhoo. sens n, plain aaalaa envaiopa aa reoslpt of two s-oans atasnna. im. Un4 1vitmrtinna the raanit or twwntr Tears jxclosrre Slpertenoa foe the eure of ail forms of private disoases, Nrvoua OablUty. aMatal and physical depression, palpTtatjoai. Impaired, sight sod memory, nervous aaauHr.ross ei snenrr.pali. In tack bead ansf limbs, distressing night amis, skms Aa., the raanit of Youthful aiTor or excess es, shuwins a positively certain means of resnvlnliul health and vigorous manhood, arts all other remedies bar failed. tJiQ Fm untlljRurjKf. Address DO. iHJtOQ, WbL cSu te. CiJ7: tAjUkO. . I I ssjfl frflflSl Mil Come one, come all, and examine our stock of : We exhibit this year a finer and . i e Zradtes' celluloid and hard rubber Dressing Cases, Zradies3 plate a lass Hand Mirrors, jDadies' 2er- fume and Odor Cases 33ul7c and bottled Perfumes, Collar and Cuff Soxes, Ladies' glove, handker chief and perfume Cases, Cut glass Sollies, Cut gtass Jhfc Stands, lancy Melalic JSair Srushes, r w w , l. Mxrir AKW , lArJLMr JU lltsjr XSMrJJO. and Saucers. at v ' ' We call especial attention to the latest attraction in household articles, both orna mental and useful, a new Japanese Ware called KALO-MEDA, and .veil worthy of your inspection. Aa usual, we have not forgotten the little ones, and nVAVSt A sM' . Ifal aWT Off CIIaaiSTrCAG OA2I2DXSC has just arrived, among which is a fresh lot of those line wrapped Caramel, which the girls pronounce awftjixt nice. Our 20c Mixed Candy cannot be sur passed for purity and fineness. Very respectfully, H. G. STARR & CO. successors to Everett & Starr. For Christmas Pr-eGentg Now is the time, and -- BALDWIN, LAUND0N & CO. ia the place to buy. They have a large Variety of everything that will make you happy, and at very. low. prices.-: To me tion a few things displayed : . .. v r A large variety of ladies' and gentlemen's Silk Handker chiefs, at all prices. A large variety of Fancy Boxes. "' ' A large variety of Comb Cases. s V A large variety of Card Receivers. , "!, , A large variety of Japan Ware. A large variety of Toilet Boxes. A large variety of Hand Glasses. - ' A large variety of Fancy Vases. ; . Fasey 0eocIc fey t&e Oet Individual Caps and Sauceri, Dolls for the girls, from 25 cents up. Skates for . the boys. Sleds for the boys, and everything that is needed to , make boys and girls Jiappy for Christmas, In Black CaHlimersi, Cheaper than ever. JAMESTOWN ALPACAS, A ?iew lot just received. Hosiery. Gloves. Will be sold cheap, to close. In'-. We are prepared to - ooo - Come and see us before buying Christmas Presents. If we cannot sell you we will give you some low prices free of charge. 2 fie above will remain good for the next 30 days. BALDWIN, LAU1YD0N & Co. WzixnraTojr, Dec 7. 1880. . ' . .. " - MWMjS Call and see the Embracing every line, plain and fancy, that the best makers 'can furnish. Prices lower than ever. No trouble to show goods. Everything warranted as repre sented, and guaranteed to please. . G, & G. Xi, COTJCZX. Is offerln free, post-paid, to each subscriber tor an Elesrant Illustratod Almanac, snd In addition to this a valuable Monsehold Itook containing over 00 recipes for cooking, that have Keen thoroughly tested by sn ezpetienced housekeeper, msnj of them new snd all valuable. - Besides these are tables of weigh. s snd measures, antidotes for poisons, rates of postage, and other ueful information. Together they constitute the most valuable premiums ever offered by a newspaper. Tha Herald Is a live, wlde-awak. Journal, and gives all the news. It baa special corresponds uts In all the leading cltlea of the country, and la every city and town In Northern Ohio. Its special departments. "Agriculture," "Markets." 'The Family, and 'Tue loung Folks, " are each In charge of a special editor, and furnish valuable information for the older ' onea and endless amusement for the young folks. 01728021X332: 701. THE HZIIIALD AMD flUBcrrBB TsTOVJXt XXtXUdtIT7IbXS, ' Termflt-rll.SS Per Year. ' Sead for Specimen Copy.CAddrM we wal c;uo tne rJtTSRPKisa ana uu neisua acriber both premiums free. " more varied assortment than i i: x Sox Papers, 2oitet and ZPocfcelbooks and Surses, H at sk S U T SL. a. Hlttcna antl Bnva give good bargains. ' Special attention will be given to this de partment. We keep a large Trtriety of Caskets, Coffins, Burial Robes, etc., con stantly on hand. Bodies placed in our charge will be preserved any reasonable length of time. A Hearse and attendant in readiness at all hours. ' .' : WWII immense slock of 'v.-. s s.'-w per jnmr, ana runusn eacrr sup . " " ,'" '