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lThnrdy, Jnofcryi3, 1881.
J.W: BOOGRTOI, BODGHTOI, Editors. Trent mat after ' """Pt t every kind, which have for their i7 i . in money, will De cnar-gee Tor as TUlar local rates. Obituary and marriage notices, ud all local notice which are purely new matter, will be. a heretofore, published free. TSe rates for local notice ara: Ten cent a Hue for f be rt useeitlon, and Seven cents a line for each sub sequent tnaerUoa; Minion type, leaded. If the locale are kmc, and run several week w thout chance, they will bean la Keener type, solid, and n redaction will be aire from these rates. Justness and Pleasure. Tan Mississippi River has lea at Ita head. Flick will sell the balance of his stock of overcoats at cost. 17 Bernhardt la Boston has learned to say "ae pork and bean." Wanted, 10,000 Tnrkiea, by Couch & Baldwin. -. 8tf Old bachelors' Christmas wreathes begin and end In smoke. Lundborg's Criterion Perfumes are to be had at Houghton's. Firemen, as well as other people, like to talk of their oH flames. If jou wish to buy an overcoat cheap, now Is the time. Fitch is selling at eost. 1? Eating between meals is not so unhealthy as drinking- between drinks. Daly's "Pins and Needles" comedy is full of pointed remarks. Highest prices paid for all kinds of Turaltrv. h Pnilcll Jk Ttlriarln fttf United States greenbacks are at a pre lum oer gold in Montreal. Poultry of all kinds wanted by Couch 6t Baldwin. 8tf BeacontfleM's new novel. It is said, was written about twenty years ago. Wanted, a frlrl to do general housework. Inquire at Houghton's Drug and Book Store. One girl wants to be aa stylish as another. no iney oang weir neaas logetner. Tor policies of Insurance with the Ohio Tanners' Ins. Cx, apply to R. X. Goodwin. 9 " A. word to the wise If the swearing off la done at once It will save much headache. Fitch has a few Cloak and Dolmans that he will sell ten per cent leas than manufac turers' prices. 1 17 Han is surpassed by woman, in that be has no feasible way of fastening his hair on his head. NaU Barbsnk. Ralph's celebrated Camphor Ice, for chapped lips, etc, Is to be had at Hough . ton's, cheap. Only he of infinite) tact and of consu mmate genius can play the part of a hus band to a popular actress. Headquarters for sleigh bell and chimes at Woolley'a Don't want to keep them over. WU ten at a small margin. IS Denver baa a policeman who writes poetry, and the editor who refuses to pub lish It is liable to go to the lockup. Wishing to make room for spring goods, I will sell overcoats from now till March at cost. (17) A. M. Fitch. The girl who was courted by a spruce -younc lawyer said ahe liked to be protected by the strong arm of the law. A. fine, fun blooded Jersey Bull Calf, nearly one year old, for sale cheap. Inquire of J. W. Wilbur. 15tf Maiden Iadv'a o notation allffhtlv altered from an old aphorism "when singleness Is 1.1! 1.1 - . 1 l . win W HMJJ IV WW WITWW. Biggest stock of Revolvers in town. The best and cheapest corn shelter. Genuine chilled sleigh shoes. . Call and school bells, at rVoollev's. 10 To the query of a Danbury dentist to an applicant for a new aet as to what sort of teeth, she wanted she said, "something that won't show dirt." . Wanted, situation to do general house work. - No objection' to going into the country. Inquire at Mr. Williams', opposite the CatuoUe Church, Wellington. The families of W. R. Santley and James Bheldea were the happy recipients of line H axel ton Pianos on Christmas day, bo right from our well-known dealer, Wm. Vlschrr, Mr. Santley choosing the Upright and Mr. Bheldea a Square Grand. The Baselton has narked evidences of superiority In Welling ton Tillage, where they have been thoroughly tested for six yeara or more. None can show liner combined qualities In a piano, while the great mass are inferior.. We would ad vise all who contemplate purchasing a piano to get prices at home before closing contracts elsewhere. Judging from the pianos re cently bought in other places, from $73 to $135 can be saved. A fine stock on hand, which are bought direct from factories for cash, and will be sold not for eot but amaU margins. Pianos from the factories of Hue ton Bros., New York; CT. Pease fc Co., NewTork; and E. McCammon, Albany. A ; ana new Francis Bacon Piano Just received from factory. Square Grand, rich ogee mouldings on top of case, seven and one third octave, retail $630, for the extremely tow price of 1230. Go and aee these, pianos, and be convinced they are well bought In comparison with others who have purchased similar goods. A new invoice of twenty Organs Just received, which will be . sold at low rates. They are from the facto ries of J.Estey A Co , whose superiority none dispute, and the Bridgeport Organ Co., whoe 1 standard of excellence is well known. The Eighth Epistle of Timothy. And the mule that was under him went away. And a certain man saw It and told Joab.and said. Behold, I saw Absalom hanged In aa cak. Thereupon Joalt to-k throe darts and thrust them through the heart of Atsa . lorn while he was yet alive in the midst of the oak. Scripture. This mule-ridiog propensity, when univer sally Indulged in, baa resulted in more pore eussedness to nations, communities and in dividuals than the breach of any other moral obligation.. If we could classify snd present to view the different grades of mule riders that have pervaded all classes of society alnce the daya that the Prophet Balam at tempted to ride the mule's grandslre over an angel, we should find a pitiable sight of hu man lolly aa their mules have passed from under them and left them expoed to the public rasa Cajaar rode his mule over the ruins of eight hundred cities, but it finally passed from under him and left him a bloody corpse In the Senate chamner at Rome. Alexander's and Bonaparte's mule left them one a drunkard and the other a lonely exile: The historical frog, after attempting to enlarge himself to the siae of an ox, busted ; the bia-oted n-llgtonlst, the windy politic Ian. the bard, unscrupulous money getter, and the dishonest dealer, will all, sooner or later, find "Icbabod" written upon their foieheada and be mulelos. - I turn now to the last clanse of the text "While he wsa yet elire in the midst of tbe oak J cab thrust three darts through the heart of Absalom." Deceit may bring weslth, and wealth may bring the bubble, fame, but sordid selfishness . leaves no friends to turn alde or Caleb the darts of killing criticism. "And a certain man aaw it and told Joab." The disposition to tell and magnify the faults of others si cm to be an innate quality of the human mind. Adam accused the woman, I he woman ac cused the devil, and tbe devil turned out to he Irresponsible. Ia conclusion, tbe true key to human success ia decisalon of charac ter and Integrity of purpose. With many thanks for past patronage, 1 wish t say that the Hornet' Nest is well Locked with new god, and that we are ready to dispense them oa Just and equitable terms, guaranteeing both quality n-d price. Thus enaew tne jugnut xdiuw i jiuvuj. Locat and Miscellaneous Mr. Alpheus Howk has a son, George, 111 with congestion of the lungs. ' Prayer meetings were held in the four quarters of the village Monday evening. Samuel Wolcott, . Jr., came home from Cleveland, Sunday last, reported ill with scarlet fever. The only surviving brother of Milton Adams died at hie home In Illinois within the laat fortnight. Mr. Henry Mills returned from his visit to Rayaville Thursday last, and brought with him a family of red birds. Joseph Laztlle, of Fltchvillo, lost 26 sheep, killed or Injured by dogs, not long since. They were valued at $65.00. A Sunday-school Institute Conducted by Rev. C. N. Pond, was held in the parlors of tho Congregational Church, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon and evening. Breckenridge ex Sheriff, now Deputy Sher iff of Huron County, was given a gold-headed cane, by the different court house officials, upon his retirement from the Superior office. The Annual meeting for the election of officers of the Ladies Aid Society, snd also of the 8oclal Union, of the Methodist Church, was held at Mrs. John Bosera yesterday after? noon and evening. - The annual meeting of the Wellington Union Agricultural Society was held in the Town nail, Tuesday. A carefully prepared report for this paper is crowded out and will appear next week. Water is getting a scarce article, many farmers are much troubled to get enough to water their stock. Melting snow and Ice Is tbe general way of supplying the want, for both out and Indoor use. Leonard, son ol Joseph Jones, of Penfield, who hss been teaching in South-east Wel lington this winter, waa In Wellington a week ago Saturday to consult a physician, and died ol typhoid fever Tuesday morning. The Knights cf Honor had a social enter tainment, Monday evening, in their hall, for their members and friends. A large attend ance and a very enjoyable time la reported. We regret that we were unable to be present A subscriber asks whether ReT. M. L. Starr means by "the milk of a cow In a season," the entire milk season or that part of it when the milk is sent to the factory, weighed and reported. An answer will oblige, and state ments from other parties will be furnished. The Sunday School Institute held here baa been of much interest and profit. . A system atic plan of considering the topics of the les son waa illustrated and shown to greatly assist the memory in retaining the essential features of the Scripture narrative and its moral truth. J. McDennott and Co, Berea Stone Com pany, T. Churchward and R. Wallace, Berea, January 1st purchased tbe 90 acre quarry farm of Wm. Murphy for $31 ,000. The follow ing Mondsy the same property was pur chased by other parties through another agent for $31,5C0 part of the money ad vanced. Mr. Jeremiah Sprague, an sged man, and quite deaf, who la living In town with hia Si.n William, came near meeting with a serioua iujury a few dajs since. lie was walking oa the railroad track, when the cars coming up behind him, ba, stepped to one side on the ends of the ties, but not far en ough away to escape belog thrown to the ground and getting considerably bruised. We are soiry to be obliged to confess that we did tbe ex Rev. Brtlett injustice in our last If sue. He Is a meaner man than we rep resented, and we are entirely unable to do him Justice, and we give it up. We find that be lelt his wife in too poor health to do her owe work, and that there are fire children in stead of four, as we stated. There are various olhtr sgravating circumstances that have since come to our knowledge showing him to be a black-hearted rascal, incapable of hu man affection and destitute of common de cency. Mr. B B. Herrlck accompanied his father to Columbus the 4th Inst., snd spent several days In the capitol city, where his fsthcr is to spend the remainder of the Represents tive term attending to official duties. B. B. was present at the State Board of Agricul ture, as well aa at other Important gather ings. He came home strorgly imbued with western fever" csught by Liking sr birds eye view of Iowa's lime stone soil covered with an extensive acreage of moving vellow grain, a waiting tbe reaper, in harvest time. Symptotna quite dangerously inclined to emigration. U. B. West, formerly of Huntington, and more recently in charse of the Put-in-Bjy House at Put-In-Bay Island, has taken 'the City Hotel, Cleveland, entirely refitted and refurnished it, and made It a first-class house in all respect. He furnishes for $1.50 per day, good accomodations, snd ss good a tible ss any of the high price houses in the city. Oar Wellington friends when visiting Cleveland wi 1 find it pleasant, as well as a matter of economy, to stop with sir. West. Tbe City Hotel la located on Seneca street, near Superior, and is convenient to the various business houses one miy wish to visit. Go once and you will go again. Mrs. Jerry Whilehcad of Ogin, Mich., ar rived ft her fathers, Mr. Silas Miller, Friday last. Her husband follows soon, bringing their hoosebold oods; they have renUd tbe farm on which they have been living the past five years, as tbey Intend spending the present year In this place, and have engaged to carry on the farm owned by James Shel don, near the "Sheldon cheese factory." Mr. and Mrs. E. Manning, who have the piv.t year been living at above homestead, go the present' week to tbtir own farm, lately bought o C W. Ilorr, and known as tbe "Marietta farm," aituatrd in the North-east part of Brighton township. Mr. Jas. Itenouard has sold out his milk route. Mr. Renouard was a most obliging icsn, but we imagine even hia superior patience at last succumbed. 8ittlng In the cold, or the rain while the maid, meandered slowly down stairs, and deliberattly, hunted up the last new place she had fonnd for her tickets, then fonnd and emptied, and washed, and acaided, and rinsed, and wiped, and cried her two quart pall, while tbe family all to gether and alternately assisted her and en couraged the milk-man at the door. Job did not know all about human trial and mental or spiritual discipline if he had never peddled milk la aa Incorporated village ; neither eoold Mr. Johns huve dreamed what he was undertaking, when he aspired to a milk route. But la a quart or two of milk more or less sustslns very close relations to the family comfort, and it la Important that some men have tho glfta and grace to make It obtainable. - . A well known impecunious dead beat, lore; a resident of this town, while casting about for some opportunity to replenish his lank larder at the expense of some honest business man, dropped into the store of a new firm and set himself diligently to work to accomplish his designs by pricing various articles. . He was lavish In his praise, de claring that "goods were never sold so cheap ly," etc, being careful not to ask for credit on first call. Presenting a respectable ap pearance, the proprietor was favorably Im pressed la his favor. Next call, mide tame day, waa devoted to a caution to look out for dead beats, talking of bis wealth, and moral standing etc, and wound" up. with an applieaUotrltir a line of credit to tbe amount of $30 or. $25 ta Tun thirty daya. . Proprietor v. k ..... . . . saw through "dead heat" at once, sad turn ing on his heel withered him with the re mark, if he could not get cash for goods on delivery they might rest on tbe shelves till doomsday. D. B. trades elsewhere now, still holding to the Idea that "Baae is the alave who pays. Personals. Mrs. Scott Blddons wss In Akron Friday eveniog. Madame Camilla Vno and troupe are playing In Mississippi. John McGraugh, of Gberlin, haa gone to New Orleana on buslneea. A. M. WUlard painted two of hia children In his new picture called "News from tbe Front." Mrs. Livermore delivered her new lecture "The Boy of Today" at Cuyahoga Falls New Yeara night. - Judson, eldest son of Mrs. Geo. Btsrr, haa suffered the loss of a finger which waa crush ed a few days alnce whilo he waa assisting about a aawlog machine in operation. W. F. Starr having purchased the farm of A. L. Hayes, in Penfield, will move there the first of April, and Edward West will occupy his residence on Courtland ave. after that Ume. Mildred R. Baldwin, daughter of Milton Baldwin, of Berea, deceased, was married January 6th, In St. James Church, Bolivar, Tenn., to the Rev. Francis K. Brooke, of Piqua, O. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. Near ton Lee, D. D., uncle of the bride. Gen. Chas. B. Stewart, one of the oldest and most distinguished engineers of this country, died at tho Forest City House, Cleveland, last week. Hia wife waa the first to cross the suspension bridge at Nia gara, and waa drawsvinjt basket on a wire. John Watson, of W. II. Pierce, of tlf from apoplnxy Bur' communion tervl J "ji gational church. si. . " without having apokenyingTjw.w.w.i , , into the nearest house He was in his 75lh year, and had lived in Berea for muny yeara until bia removal to Oberlin two years ago. He was a member of the Ohio Legislature about twenty-two years ago, and waa In the mercantile business for many years there after in Bcrca. Latest News Notes. Horatio Seymour, of New Tork, is report ed to be in a state of decline, and not expect ed to live very long. By the census just taken the population Is shown to be 50,152,000, an Increase In ten yirs of 11,593,629; a little over 30 per cent. It la estimated that about $3,000,00010 per cent of the whole amount of pension apptoprlation ia paid out on fraudulent claimr. Elijah Pierce, of Huron, applied muriatic acid to a corn on hia foot. The acid ate into the flesh to the bone, producing mortification and death. It la aaid that the vice President Is soon to marry Mrs. Wood worth, the widow of an eminent physician who lost hia life two yeara ago from yellow fever. E. M. McGililn-cfe Co. have commenced a auitfor damages in the aum of $50,000, against two members of the firm of Morgan & Root, for reporting that the former firm were about to fall. Mrs. Jonathan Barchey, of Kent, died of fright. She was recovering from lung fever when the house caught fire, and the shock produced spasms and death. Her remains were brought to Chatham for Interment. The adjourned meeting of the Lorain County Medical Society waa held in Elyrla, Jan. 5th. Dr. Underbill, of LaGrange, waa elected President; Dr. Smith, of Wellington, Vice President; Dr. Cushlng, of EHria, read an able paper upon the "Progresa of Medical Science." The next meeting will be in April next, at which meeting papers will be read by Drs. Hathswsy, of Wellington, Matnard of North Amherst, and Bryant, of KidgcviUc. Tbe Herald's Norwalk special says a shock ing accident happened at Havana, ten milea from there. Mrs. C. G. Galley and Mrs. E. O. Ellis, were riding in a sleigh, and when ap proaching the B. & O. Railway through a cut in the road, the bells drowned the noise of the spproachlng locomotive with a caboose. The cutter and locomotive reached the cross ing at the aame time Mrs. Galley, seeing her peril, stood up In the sleigh. She waa struck by tbe pilot ia such a manner that she waa thrown over the cab of the engine and fell In tho arma of the fireman, standing on the tender. Mrs. Kills was thrown forty feet. Both ladles were killed. The horse waa also killed, and the cutter ground to fragments. The United States District Court grand jury, at Ita recent session, found two in dictments against John Moore, postmaster at Spencer, Medina county one fur unlaw fully detaining a letter, and the other for unlawfully opening a letter. It appears that a woman In Paw Paw, Mich., addressed to a female friend In Spencer a letter that was never delivered. Shortly after the letter was mailed in Michigan a copy of It was In cir culation In the village of Spencer, although it is said to have never been seen by the womsn to whom It was addressed. The writer refers to an InUmacy that had for merly existed between herself and the post master, and bemoans tbe fact that ahe can not be as lavish of writing paper as former ly, aa she now haa no "P. XI." to supply her wants lu that direction. Tbe Michigan woman learned of the use being made of her rather gushing episplc, and complaint wss made to the postoQice lllt-Uls, who have fastened upon the postmaster aa the guilty party. Moore was arrested on a capiaa yes terday, and gave bond in the sum of $500 tor his appearance from day to day during the present term of court. Cleveland Herald. Jfy'om Ihc 2b?t'nships. Huntington. Jasdabt, loth. The week of Prayer was observed by tho Christian people, iho are now united In a scries of meetings. Tbe Angel of deitb haa made us frequent vliltathus early in tbe new year. Mra. M jron Hawley, so well known by Hunting ton people has been called to a just recom pence of reward. Little Daniel Bush, aged acyen years, died of stone cancer and was burled Sabbath day. "A brl!l!aot child and lortng brother sleeps. An anxious father w hi fading bloom. A mother', gentle h.nd hi dylog pillow smoothed. How sad they watched ht Journey to la tomb. How taring! hi dying hour th y toothed. Itest; little nltererln thy narrow bed. Rett; freed from mor.al care and '.rife, Thy Savior Iotc the early dead, Beit; tn sternal life." S. Penfield. Jakfabt loth. Almon L. Hay is has sold his farm to) Watson F. Starr. Recorder John Blanchard and family were in town last Sabbath. Leonard Jones is very sick with Typhoid fever. Mr. Nelson Cuthmsn Is also sick and under the doctors care. A certain Nlmrod hereabout took his gun and weut out In search of game. Not re turning at night his family feared that he had acoldenUy taken himself for game, or had become a prey to wild beasts. The neighbors were summoned and a search in stituted, a fruitless search through wooda and fields, resulting in flndlr-g no "corpo." They came upon the tracks of tho roiaslng man, and following them cart fully were led straight to the scene of his tragic oh no they were led straight to the home of a neighbor, where he waa found engaged sparking his girl. It is enough to ssy that the anxiety of hia friends waa relieved, but the volley of "cuss" words that welled up from their bosoms were "not loud but deep" Dont inquire tbe name of the victim of thla aad catastrophe. He has sworn everybody to secrecy and well never tell, no never; well, hardly ever. Fittsfield. PrrTSFiELD, Jan 3rd. Trof. Harding's einging class is still in running order and the interest seems unabated. A Mr. Gardner Is teaching a writing: class In the Town Hall two nights In tho week, Tho new school house in District No. 5, two miles east of the Centre ia finish ed, and pronounced by those who ought to know, a firt-cliss Job. Tally one for the contractor, J. Rose, of Camden. Quarterly meeting at the Methodist church on the 1st and 2nd Inst. Rev. T. Warner, of Taylor street, Cleveland, officiating, owing to the unavoidable absence of F. M. Saarles, the Presiding Elder. M. Lorain. Lobaix, Jan 1. During a few days sojourn in this formerly slow village, with nothing on my mind but to gaze upon the vaet ex- bosnrn of old Erie, this place' 'mTSTieW readers of tho E.TERPRi8'"'KlWr'Wo.f years Black -lt:ver, near Lorain, lay deid, as Dickens said of Scrooge, "Dead as a door nail." In my recollec tion under good old Democratic rule, the cast pier being goue, the channel was filled up so that a man could at times walk across the river where now float vessels of 2,000 tons burthen, the channel now being sixteen feet deep. A few tumble down warehouses did a small grain shipping and freight busi ness, but now are among the things that were. Business was confined to one store kept by Wm. Jones, still a resident of this place. The usual shoe shop, blacksmith and post office were among the inevitables; an old scow ha uled across by hand was the ferry of thcpselays, succeeded by tbe float bridge built of square timbers floating on the water, and this again was displaced by the ii on structure some five years since. Since the railroad was completed to Lorain, tbe place has slowly improved, many business houses having been built. Hotels, docks and facilities for shipping the large amount of coal dally received. The wonder to me was where were the vessels to carry it away as fa-t na it came, but when we see that an eighteen hundred ton schooner has capacity for 180 car loads, then the proble.n is easily solved. But Lorain hns something i.ew in a bufiness way; Mr. Ilogsn, tbe lively real estate agent, has succeeded in getting the largest Brass Foundry in the worlJ to locate here. An hour was pleasantly Rpent in looking about the new structure and getting an idea of Its" proportions. It will be ready for occupation April 1st. The main building Is to be 400x40 feet, three stories high, of brick, stone cornti-e and slate roof; north and south wings 170x60 feet, two stories, besides other buildings detached. They will put on a force of four hundred mechanics, which will increase the population of the village nearly six hundred soul-. Tho work has been carried steaHily along all through the wiuter, excepting the la-t very cold days. Ftty to one hundred men are at work currying for ward the brick anil woodwork at - fist as po-sible. Of course the citizens are delighted over the prospect. Business men tell me there are no stores to be had, inquir es lieiug made for that class as well ns dwt-lling houses Trade has been good and ns yet no abatement. All kinds of busines are represented here, yet there is room for more, or will be in spiine. Many thousand tons of beautiful lse are being Mit tip, steam power in Mine cases b.-ing usd to trnport it fiom river to ic houso. This snine Iteautiful ice wa the tempter which caiist'l your unlucky correspnn (iuiit to fall, not from hU usnal high standing f mnrnls, but from Ms per pendicular. (Skates hnd a haml, or rather a foot. In It. Nineteen y-ars without practice on those slippery ileceptions beat me, "bent nio bad." It did not tnko tl.rej minutes to prove it, for they went from ur.der me like a flush of I'ghtning, bringing me down and giving me u c-nstt-lluteil view of the Heavens for nothing. Then with the air filled with exclamation points and my left arm In a fline.one knee tied up, aching heatl and a frieml to see me home, I left tiie ice. fadder, but of course no wiser, for I shall sometime make the trial again. This surely is tio long for your patience, will cut it off right here. X. Important Notice. The following preamble and resolutions were presented by Elder II. A. St. John, at a District Quarterly meeting of Seventh Day AdventUts, held at Cmden, Ohio, January 8, 1S81, and were adopted by that body, by a unr.lmous vote. Wokrkas, James C. Bartlett, has deserted a good Christian woman, his legal wife, and five children, leaving them In destitution, and without the means of support; and, wherea, the evidence appears conclusive that he baa eloped with another man's wife; and whereas, in all the sgxravat-.'d circum stance In the case, he li.is revealed himself ss base, and bypocritliil, hiving denied the faith, and worse than an infidel; therefore, R.I90LYED, 1st. That we hereby give era phaiic expression t ur utter abhoraase of hia ungodly conduct, affirming our Irgh purpose lo tave no fellowship, knowingly, with the unfruitful works of daikucss; and Resolved, 2nd, That we cxpre.-s our sym pathy for the christian wife and mother thua so basely snd caus'estl? deserted, and pray God to bless them, and hi- pro pie to rt mem ber them. Sarah L. Rown, District Sec No More Hard Times. If you will stop spending to much on fine clothes, rich food ami style, buy good, healthy food, cheaper and better clothing, get mure real and substantial thing of life every way, and especially stop i he fool'sh habit of employing ex pensive, quack doctors or using so much of the vile humbug medicine that does on only harm, but put your trust in that simple, .tre remedy. Hop Bitters, that cures always at a trilling cost, and you will see good times and have good health. Chronicle. Greeting for 1881. ......... Everybody can't have a spice mill, consequently nearly all are necessitated to buy their spices ground. It is known that spices are adulterated more than auv other article of food. Its strength and pungency afford better opportunity for adulteration thananythingelse, and some buyers think to buy a large pack age for a small amount of money "is business." Yet we are informed that a pint of milk and a pint of water mixed don't make a quart of milk. It is the same way with ground goods. We grind our own spices, in our own mill. Grind nothing but pure goods, and sell tliem at their value. This is the season of the year for luck in getting married at least more mar riages oecur In the winter than at otlur times, and, of course, the all get mar ried for luck. Everybody, expects to get the best eats and drinks at said weddings, for If they don't, '-bad luck to you." Mothers ! you know, we know, everybody knows, that youc-an get bet ter coffee and spices of us than any place else in town. Further, you can gi-t as good tea, extracts, sugar, flour, cheese, raisins, and anything necessary in lucky weddings of us as any other place. And when you are In such good luck to get the big girl married off your hands, make her glad by coming to Bowlby & Hall's and buy her a set of dishes, glasware, wah tubs, mop stick, pails clothes basket and numerous other things, with groceries and provisions enough to make a good start in house keeping. At the Wellington Coffee aud Spice Mills. By Bowlby A Hall. Protect the Iungs. Every year thousands go to untimely graves from pneumonia, lung fever or congestion of the lungs. Not a winter passes In any community in this cli mate without more or less victims to these swift and fatal diseases. Delicate people, especially should wear besides the ordinary flannels and warm clothing an extra covering over the lungs, and the most vigorous may wisely adopt the same precaution, and, in this changeable climate where a few hours often wit nesses an abrupt and extreme depres-- temperature, from November i - 'iMJluensure great- leeiauM abandon tr"enC7j a. goods at Houghton's Crngaavi store. v. Stop That Cough. If jrou are suflering with a Cough, Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Consumption, loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or sny affection of the Throat or Lungs, use Dr. King's New Dis co veiy fur Consumption. This is the great remedy thst is. causing so much excitement by its wonderful cures, cur ing thousands of hopeless caes. Over one million bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery have been used within the last f ear, and have given perfect satisfaction n every Instance. We can unhesita tingly say that this is really the only sure cure for throat and lung affections, and can cheerfully recommend it to all. Call and get a trial bottle for ten cents, or a regular size for f 1.00. Sold by all druggUU. ll-ly(C) O, What A Cough. Will you heed the warning. The signal perhaps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Consump tion, Ai-k yi-urselves if you can aflord lor the sake of saving AO cts., to run the risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that Shiloh's Cure will cure your Cough. It never fails. ThU explains why more than a million bot tles were sold the past year. It relieves Croup, and Whooping Cough, at oi ce. Mothers do not be without it. For lame Back, Side, or Chest, use Shiloh's Porous master. Sold by H. G. Starr & Co. 7 eow-ly(o) Astonishing the World, For a perfect renovation of exhaust ed and enfeebled constitutions, female weakness and general decline, nothing so surely and speedily produces a per manent cure as does Electrio Bitters. Their wonderful cures are astonishing the world. For kiili.ey and urinary complaints they are a perfect specific. Do not give up in despair, for Electric Bitters will positively cure, and that where everything else fails. Sold by all druggists, at fifty cents a bottle. 0-6m(c) D. Snyder Has taken the triangular room in the new Bee Hive Block for a Boot and Shoe Shop, and will do all kinds of manufacturing and repairing of fine and coart-e work in the best manner, and at the lowest living prices. A full assort ment of leather aud findings kept in stock, and both work and materials guaranteed to give satisfaction. Give him a call when in need of any kind of work. 7tf Patents. The standing of attorneys may be as certained upon inquiry at the Patent Office, where it will be found that in qeutors may be sure of honorable treat ment and a skillful prosecutor of their business by applying to Mr. C. E. Fos ter, 509 St veil th Street, Washington, D. C. Applications are presented with a view to securing broad and valuable claims, and promptly prosecuted. 12tf Coal Yard. Having bought the coal yard and busi ness of V. 11. Fisher fc Co., I take this method of informing the citizens of Wellington and vicii;ity that I shall keep on . hand and furnish to order all varieties aud qualities of hard and soft coal, at the lowest living prices. All orders giveu me will be promptly and satisfactorily filled. 37-tf CriAS. E. Sutliff. How it Was Done, "now do you manage," said a lady to her friend, "to appear so happy and i;ood natured at all times?" "1 always h.tve I'arker's Ginger Tonic handy," w as the reply, ''and thus easily keep myself and family iu good health. Wneii I am well I always feel good ii in u rod." Kead about it in another column. li-4 Dyspepsia and .Liver Camplaint. I it not worth the small price of 75c. to free yourself of every syiupton of these distressing complaints, if you think so cnll at our store aud get a bot tle of SI'iloh's Vitalizer, every bottle haa a printed guarantee on It, use ac cordingly aud if it docs you no good it will vtt you nothing. Sola by II. G. Starr & Co. 7 eow-ly(o) Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. The best salv in the world for cuts, brun-cs, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped ha.ids.chilllilains, corns, and all kinds of skin eruptions. -Till-' salve is guaranteed to give perfect satlsl .i tion in every casoor money re lunded. l'rice 25 cents per box. For sale by all druggists. 8 ly Hair Goods. Mrs. E. P. Baird will xrder for ladies all the leading novelties In hair dress iiitf, consisting of Saratoga Waves, Scol lops, Coquetta, Switches, Curls, Puffs, Frizzetts, etc , at the lowest cash price. We have a speedy and positive cure lor Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Head Ache, in Shiloh's Catarrh Kem tdy. A nasal Injector free with each boule. Use U it you desire health and swk t b.eih. Price 50c. Sold by II. G. Starr & Co. 7 eow-ly(o) W. E. Miller, ( fBcllvuc, Ohio, says: I have been troubled with Asthma, and eceived no relit f until I procured your "Only Lung Pad." I can reccomend it to any one havlug the Asthma. See adv. TIXIls XaLAJEULIZTS. Cheese. Everything closed up on accout of cold weather. Prices remain unchanged. The quotations are : New, buying (naked) 1010Kc ; billing (boxed) llc Shipments fob Week ending Jax. 4. Cheese.. . . 763 boxes. 28,400 pounds. Butter. ... 13 pkgs. 620 pounds. Grain, Flour and Feed. CoaaacTBD Weskly by H. B. Hamlix. Flour, per sack (50 Its). . $1 .00 Buckwh't flour, perewt. 3.25 1.40 Graham flour, per cwt. . 3.00 Corn meal, per cwt.. ... 1 .10 Chop, per cwt. 1.50 Middlings, per cwt....: 1.10 Shorts, per cwLi 0.85 Bran, perewt 0.85 Oil Meal, per cwt 1.25 Clover 8eed, per bush. . 4.00 Timothy Seed, per bush. 2.60 Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.45 Com, In ear, per bush.. 0.45 Oats, per bush 0.35 Wheat, per bush 0.85 Hay, per ton 13.00 1.40 . 50 2.70 0.52 0.52 0.40 0.90 15.00 General Produce. COBRBCTID BY BaLDWIS, LaCSDOS & CO. Butter, dairy, per lb $0.10 0.18 Butter, creamery, per H. 0.28 0.30 Eggs, per doz 0.25 .... Chickens,dressed, perlh. 0.07 0.08 Ducks, dressed, per tt.. 0.10 .... Geese, dressed, per lb... 0.05 0.00 Turkeys, dressed, per Ih. 0.08 0.10 Beef, perewt .. 5.00 6.00 Pork, per cwt 4.75 5.00 Ham, smoked, per Xb. .. 0.10 .... Potatoes, per bush 0.50 0.65 Beans, per bush 1.50 2.00 Apples, green, per bush. 0.20 0.25 Apples, dried, per tb. ... 0.03J .... FURNITURE We have a large stock of PATENT ROCKERS . Terry, and raw and span silks. nuuytyunJittS in pat- re LADIES' WRrrmccivA WORK TABLES, FOOT STOv oC3., &C, ixO. Nice line of Walnut, Ebony and Gilt, Stands and Pedestals, Cylinder Cases, Sideboards, Hall Racks, Library Tables, and the usual stock of CHAMBI2R WARE SUITS ! FROM 25 to $125. Gents Easy Chairs and Foot Rests! We have the finest stock of foot rests ever brought to Wellington, They range in price from $3'to $12. Brackets, Blacking Caaea, Frames, Mouldings, And everything in our line. We invite an examination of our stock, and a com parison of prices. Upholstering done to order. A. G. & G. L. COUCH. Wei-t Side South Maine Street, Wel lington, Ohio. anil the best goods the market produces, and one price, At Harvey's. Low, Lower, Lowest prices for OVERCOATS AT HAHVEV'S And don't you forget it. H. B Hamlin Headquarters For Flour, Feed, ALL KINDS OF GRAIN, Has on sale a new Brand of Flour of absolutely 'the best quality iu tow at the same price you pay for i; e-io kinds. Try it, and get rid of that baut of tbe family, bad bread. Farmers having grain eho.:ld re member that this is the place to g3t the highest market price for Is ia cash. They should also remember Jlifit in or der to con ti nne to raise o-ooi crops they must apply fertiliser to their lands. SUPERPHOSPHATES have been proved to be th a ost pow enul, best and cheapest ferti ize in the market. Made by experienced and r liable manufacturers, prepared as plant food by the best known process, it is the standard fertilizer; causing Immediate and tasting fertility, and is perfectly adapted to all crops. Call aui) get circulars. Warehouse South of Ry., Depot, 4Iu-33-W Wellington, Ohio. Dbczhbbz 13, 187. lias. A. Scott, I am (lad to add mr trttfmony. with many of my friends in UiU town. Peruapa It may be of um to your patlrnu. 1 will here state that your reliable "Sure Cure' has cured me from my constant wearing dloease of the throat and chest, which I never i xnect ed to be free from. After I had taken your medicine a few months my ambition grew stronner, and at tbe end of the year 1 was rcntored to good health. ' pained Of teen pounds. 1 feel wholly lnoebtee to your rSure tura." C M. Bt.NKKI f. Key Port. K. J. lias. A. Ccott: , I hare great confidence tn Jor.T medicine. My lungs and chest hare troubled me forye.rs, from which I had failed to obtain relief, and your reliable "Sore Cure " Is the best rerai dy that I have ever found, and would cheerfully recommend It to all afflicted with such disease. JAMJta LKW1S. Wellington, Ohio. For the Throat, Chest & Lungs. GREATEST BEHEDT EVER KXOWX. By Mrs. A. SCOTT, Wellington, O. 25 cents per bottle. S5-ly Thns. James, Darlington, England, says: The "Only Lung l'ad" is being thoroughly tried here. One lady has already received great benefit, who has suffered for years from Bronchitis and Attlimii, and congestion of right lung. See advertisement. Now is the time, and BALDWIN, LAUNDQN &C0. is the place to buy. They have a large variety of everything that will make you happy, and at very low prices. . To men tion a few things displayed : . A large variety of ladies and gentlemen's Silk Handker chiefs, at all prices. . r A large variety A large variety A large variety A large variety A large variety A large variety Staney ce2e&;F fey i&o Oct Tnd.ivid.ual Cups and Saucerj 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 happy for Christmas. In Dress Goods, Good Baraina! Black JatslimLerg9 Cheaper Hosiery, w WW. Will be sold cheap, to close! Ti We are prepared to - 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 witl remain good for the next 30 days. Wellington Dec. 7. 1880. IT "WILL Is offering fre, poat-pmld, to each trabacrfber for lflSlf- an XZlotrtint Illuait:T(v4fI AlakaBawCs and in addition to tbla a valuable Monxelio-ld Dook containing overSOj recipes for cooMnAthtr oat been tborouehlr tesu-d by an experienced housekeeper, many of them new and all valasbi.-. BcskM them ar tables of welirb s snd measures, an Idotes for poisons, rates of postage, and other o--f ul inforasaMom. Toatfeer theyconstltu e the most Taluabie premiums evir offered by a newspaper. The Herald la a lia, w de-awaka journal, and gives all the news. It has special correspond- bU In all the leading cities of ti coaasry. and Is every city and town In Nortnern Ohio, its specUl departments, Agt icutture, Marsts" Tfas raaslly,' and 'Tbe Young Folks, " are each In charge of a special editor, and furnish Taluabie Information for tbcolder ones and endless amusement for the young folks. SUBSCRIBE FOR TSS SSZIALS JLIfX SECURE YOUR PIIKM1UM8, Terms S5 Per Year. Smd for Specimen Copy.SA&dreas THE HERALD, Cleveland, Okio. We will club the Etkrpriss and the Herald at $3.60 per year, and famish each sub scriber both premiums free. I- . THE ENQUIRER. The People's Paper. The Greatest Newspaper InK&e Wast. Ths Enquirer Is Just closing- one of the most prosper ous and successful yeara of lu existence. We wish to thank tne people and our patrons for their support. Your encouragement baa made the t4k of publishing the best new.psp.--r In the West a possibility. We ask your aid and support for the year to com, and for the future, and pledge you that we will spare no expense to make the inquirer for tbe ensuing yenr not only the best newspaper In the W est. but thj rival of any In America. The worid's news, recorded by a corps of fifteen hundred correspondents In all sections of the Klobe, will be found in the Knonlrer erery day In the year The hltory of each day's event will be faithfully and fearlessly told, exposing rr.ud, rebuking corrup tion, and upholding the right. The facts of the world belong to the people, and will be presented to them by the Knqulrer m e of malice aad undlstorted for politi cal or personal purposes. In - hort, tne Enquirer will continue to be a newa- fii tne fnture, as tn the past, the Enqnlrer wilt be found advocating tbe rights of the people, and against euoroachmeut upon those rights from any s.nrue; the rights of the States; the rlghta of communities, and the fullest liberty to Individuals compatible with tbe gcncial order and welfare of society. aii niiMtiflniuid nartiea shall be treated with can dor and fairness, but tne truth shall never be perverted. Th- year 1K41 will be an eventful one In the history of the State and Hepubllc The Inauguration of a new Administration, with new men and new purposes, are themes of the gravest Interest to all citizens who lovr their country. Upon all these topics the Enquirer win contain the fullest and most reliable Information from lis coips of able and foiluf ul correspondents. . Tho Weekly Enquirer will be a paper that ought to be In the hands of every farmer every mechanic and every toller In the land. As an agricultural paper, full of fresh, valuable anc re laole Information, It wlil be without a rival. A corps of contributors baa been tetained whose practi rai and theoretical knowledge In ail branches of good fanning ia unaurpaased. Terms of Weekly Enquirer. For one year. -SI 15 65 r or six morn us.. A free copy given to sny one sending a clubof seven names with S8.US. Terms of Daily Enquirer. ' Without With Sunday Issue. Bandar issue, One Tear Sia uu i w Bli Months.. SOD 7 00 Three Months 3 25 ? s One Month 1 1 M Sunday's Issue alone, per year. - a 00 Any two days' Issue, 4 00 Auy three days' Issue, ' S0O FARAN & McXEAN, Publisher, . SM0 CINCINNATI, O. Bealtb. is Wealth. X pa E. C. Wkst's Nairra ihd Bsattt Truth bitt, a specific for Hysteria. Dizziness, Conva.slond, Nerr ous Headache, Mental Depression, Los of Memory. Spermatorrhoea, 1 in potency. Involuntary Emission. Premature Old Akc, caused by over-exertion, aelf ahuso, orover-tuduhrence, which leads to misery ana death. One box will care recent cases. Each box contains one month's treatment. One dollar a box.oi six boxes for Ave dollars: sent br mat: prepaid on re ceipt of price. We guarantee six boxes to cure an) case, with each order received by us for six boxes, accompanied with five dollars, we will aend the pur chas r our written KQrantee to return the money li the treatment noes not cnect a care, uumnnti is sued only when the treatment la ordered direct frunu U. Address JOHN C. WE6T A CO., Bole Proprietois. 181 A Iks W. Madison St.. Chicago. UL bold by ali JTPlV a C'!Telsud, Ohio, WOOSTER ft ADAMS, Agents, WeUlngton, Ohio 47-iy SlOi Outfit furnished sfree, with f nil Instructions for couductins tne most pront&me oiuineea tnai any one can enrotn in. The business Is sc easy to learn, aud our Instructions are so stm nle and nlain. that anv me can make srreat profits from the very start. ISo one can fail who is willing to work. Women are aa successful as men. Boys and girls can earn larve sums. Many have made at the business over one tiun ired dollars In a single week. Kothiugllke It ever known before. All who engage are surprised at the ease and rapidity with which they are aole to make money. You can engage In this business during your spare time at gr. at profit. Ton do not have to Invest capital In it. We take all the risk. Those who need ready money should write to us at once, ah innuiara tree aauren irviu., of Comb Cases. of Card Receivers. of Japan Ware. of Toilet Boxes. ' of Hand Glasses. of Fancy Vases. 9 than ever. give good bargains. ooo - BALDWIN, LlUNDOIf & Co. IF.A. - X" -STOTJI Wellingtoa, Sept. 18, 1S80. To my Customers, one and all, Old and Young, Republicans and Democrats I am now daily receiving Fresli Oysters, in can and in bulk, and mil sell as cheap as any otner 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 tbis fall and winter for Class Parties, and will f urnisb everything de sired at moderate prices and at tit a sTinrtast. nntinft. A m AWaw "wry-va-a VSJ AfwVva-af4 ST. 1 w 1 19 CVCl. j VUl UUCU II OCA Y fj e. j. &OBX2rsoxr. II nmo trontm mi t 1 1ftrla a 3eaninal Wens new. pimples ass impure blood, loss of neTST, partial Imnotpaea. dbsraaalno (night emhutona, and many vital leTlls reaultinar from Asmsst a Youtn ana exosesee. wnicn u egieessa, .na in premature old age. treated with auparaUeled suc cess on entirely new principles, eenscalna cures In 3 many clays a required weeks wider .14 aan. Mnuux RDS I id danirerouSifemedlea. Twenty yeaus cxiMiiAncs. ".Yrshjsrlaaft am Simula exclusive Detllltv"and llatof queatl one sent ta .lain seal 'and llatof qneatlona sens tat plain sealed. iveiope on receipt or two .-cent stamps, aw sto Bcetpt or two -oenfc stamps. m sto I until Raoovafyr a.ddreae) . 12? 6s. Clair 8b- CLHVKI.ANIsj Oi P BEE LINE." Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati A In . dianapo1! Railway Time Schedule, in effect November 7, 18S0. , , Stations. Lv. 'Cleveland. " N.Y.F.0. No. a. a. 7 is 7is 748 8 17 838 9O0 9 43 No. slSo.7 No. S aoll P.sL 2 tO 2o7 r. m. 4 oo 4 OS 434 SO". 5 So S.vt r.m. f.v. 26 I 7 45 7 33 I 7 52 8 CO I 8 2. 8 33 J IU ! S 23 n 27 ' aw " Keren. Grnfton WelllMBton. Kew Londoti Hhr-nv Aj Crest line Lv. tr.Gailon Lv. ' a.r.De'awmre... Lv. .... Ar. Cotnmbus .. Dsyton " Clnclt nstf.. 633 655 715 728 lo 15il -f. 4 -4 t. 4 to 345 1S IO 12 10 20 so 00 M. 1213 - 1 IO sso r OO 1 10 lo 11 So 11 40 p. 13 SS 838 son 10 SJ 71" 5 2o 10 50 Indlanapollsi 11 lo No. 2 No. 4 Noio NO.S r.x. 730 a. a. 43o Lv.Indlanapol!e Cincinnati. ' Dayton.... Colnmbna . A.M. 725 13 to 15 11 II 12 4U SlO 4 So 5 45 555 Tt'7 . 71 733 7 so 11 SO A-. I 4.", 24o 2SO 3 ttf 4 OO A. M. r. Delaware... LV. Ax.Gallon.. . Lv. Opltin . .. Ar.L'restiine. Lv.Cretllne. 7 10 720 11 85 1145 r. M. 12o5 12 25 12 59 1 18 1 38 2o2 224 235 1123 4 10 4 36 3 17 5 4o 6 o3 8 35 To2 7 lo II SS ' teaelby NrwLondot 738 8 15 838 lo 834 Ila:- T55 aso oa 35 asa Wellington. (J rt mil .... Berea N.r p.o. Cleveland r at.1 6 5ft I 7 21 loot) IO 15 3 u 3 750 lo 18 8 oo IoSS nrTralns a. 5. 3 and 13 will run dally. No. S will run to Ualion onlv. on Snndava. Loeal r'retght No. 25, going West, arrives at Wel lington 8:38 a. a. No. 2ti, going East, arrives at 1:4 and leaves at 3:04 p. u. A.. J. SMITH. Gea. Ticket Agent, Cleveland. Oktta R3 H'flClli