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Thursday. February 2. 1881.
J.W. HOTJGHTOI, . H. HOVCHTOI. IdKor. Vnm aad after tnla data an aotleea of eatertalaajenw aad raterprUcs of nm kind, which bsrs fur heir object Id. majriag of wmr, will be charged tor at rnr local rate. ONtaatr d Bwrrlaa aoiicee, ad oil local ooclen which ara purely acwa matter, will he, aa herctof ore. pa bushed Im. . The rataafor local aotlcea are: Tea crate a llae for the ret taseruaa, aad Serea eeau a llae for aarh eab -- tMrtlii Mlaloa trve. leaded. If the locale ara too, aad naa aeTerel weeks without eaaace. the wiu he art la urevwr type, a reeacOoa will he el Tea from lass ran 'WfMMocf and Pleasure. - - -- AJJ the year round Tn earth. - 'Bargains bow at Harvey's, before mor tal.. " Stands to NUN-l debater who wont Bit down. Try the Cleveland Bread. Ton win And It at Dewej'a.. '" 1 " f " " iv kangaroo ta a cartons chap; whea It's wide awake It's leaping-. ' rablkaHoai of the American Book Fx ehanjrs oa aale at Houchton's. 81 Had the (bl who waa buried la thought any grave Ideae t Tor policies of Insurance with the Ohio Tamer' law. Co apply to K. N. Goodwin. 9 ' WhydldmtadocwantaplacelnthearkT Becaaae It had a bark of lta own. A lot of book mora or leaa damaged the Bight of the ore for aale cheap at Houghton'. There are few girl who have so maay wpe aad dowaa aa Ana EUa Vator. Clerelaad Baking Co.' Tamily Biead, at Dewej'a. 7 ,-yK The yowag mas who put oa moat atyle at the theatre la otte who comae la on a bill board paaa or a sponged ticket. - -. ' Balph'a celebrated Camphor Ice, for chapped llpe, etc-, la to be had at Hough ton's, cheap. - ':. They tell as that match ea are made la ha Tea, bat eomehow they never smtll that way whea yoa atrlke 'em. Found A Bank Bin eacloaed In a note apparently deelgned for eome druggist, bat without algaatmre. Call at this ofBee. ' - "Well, mlaa," aald a knight of the blrch- rod.'-aayoa decline a klaaT" "Tee, air," "I can, bat 1 beta to moat plat-uUy." A ana, fan blooded Jersey Bull Calf, nearly oaa year aid, for aale cheap. .-Inawlre of t. W. Wllber. . . . --lMf ' Deaeoa Biases named the child ot hla old age Helea, aad now he hold up hi hand in holy horror whea aay oa pcak her same. A new thug. Braahe for deaaW pito teeth, aura to be appreciated by any who are nader the aeeeaalty of oalag each aa article. yT. 1. (hem at Hooghtoa'a. " Mr. A. H. Palmer wfll not keep any but competent kelp, and guarantee good fit, or goods will be paid for. AH work to be Brt claaa, or no pay. S3 ' A PhOadstphta aalooa keeper reports that bat oae of hla customers haa awtra off this year, and that was a maa ho refused to trust longer. Mrs. A. H. Palmer ha resumed her Dreaamaklngla the rear of J. W. Hooghtoa'a Drug Store, and I prepared to do anything ta the line of Cloak aad Dreaamaklag en trusted to her. . k -23 a- i 8aow, mow, beautiful snot? How happy we are to see It anowf) Blow blow breeses blow. It's Jolly to tramp through each drift or aaaw. - I hare received the exclusive ageacy from the Hall Vapor Store Co. for the aale of all their make of Stores la the following Town ships : Wellington, Huntington, Penfleld, Pi tU 11 eld, Camdea, B righto a, Rochester. S3 4 . ' A. L.DwT. I waited aaxwaaly with dread unfeigned I held my breath; my utterances were choked my maaclee twitched, my erery aerre was strained with hamld tears my handkerchief waa soaked till la a moment agony waa ceased I aulcklr turned my head Tor the next thirty day Houghton will ell the work of standard author very cheap la order to make room for hla incoming stock. For Instance: The Library of TJol Teraal Knowledge (Cuemberee) win go at 9&D0, Chambers' English Literature, In 4 vole, at W-S5; Plutarch' Live, in S Tola , at $175; Aem Biography, 80 cents, and others la the same ratio. 5. . -30 19 '' ' Old "Speckle" rose from off her nest And cackled with much rigor, Aa If to say "that egg's amy best ' " . Mo hea can lay a bigger. While Johnny standing near the gate, la mute contempt waa gazing, Aa If he could not tolerate The fuss the hea waa raising. . HI protest took her do n a peg . He raised hla voice to aay It "Tea Ink you're smart Dod made sat egg Tou toodn't help but lay it l . . , , , Zocat and Miscellaneous Trom 000 to TOO valentine were mailed at the WeUlartoa Post office last week. The Old Wellington House I on wheels, and moving down Bear the foundry. ' The aerie ot meetings held at the Disciple Church were closed list Triday night. Fifty Italian were (hipped here last Satur day aad were takea to Clarkafleld to work oa the W. I E. Railroad . The paymaster weat through here Monday. W. H. Tucker, of Elyi la, was here, Monday, to Institute a Lodge of the "Royal Arcan on." The Lodge win open with fifteen of our bus! aes men as charter member. ' Mr.A.H. Palmer ha leased the lud south of Hongh tea's Drug Store, and intend build ing mob, the building to be occupied by Mrs. Palmer for dressmaking and millinery. W.W. Harvey haa sees red accommoda tion for kb stock while building, with Homer F. Morehouse, the popular proprietor of the bow market oa West Liberty street, The attention of our readera 1 called to a notice la this Issue ot MThe.Book ot the Age." It promise to fill a place In theologjcal liter ature sot covered by any previous wore, Mr. Edward Weat, Huntington, having ranted his farm, will aell, oa Wednesday, March 2nd, soma valuable stock, fanning Implement, a lot ot corn, and other property. The new advertisements la this Use Hoyt at Wcolley, Furniture; J. II. Woolley, Hardware, and W.W. Harvey, Groceries and Clothing 1 merit the ettraUoa of 0 ax readers. The revival meetings at the Congregational -Church are growing ta Interest and several have already profeteed saving faith, while the number ot seeksrs is constantly Inereaa- There I nothing Uke taking time by the fore-lock, so to apeak. The flrit white woman who ventured to settle la Leadville, and did vnrlotU and sundry Jobs of waahlngand such like to make the miners comfortable, and help her husband'a finances, now has an In come of $90,000 a year from the little million ah haa laid up ax la it a rainy day, and her daughter attend ooardlag school ta aa mtwa ewe, . . J, -i V Saturday morning Bunco's taffy stand, which hss arisen phamtx-Uke under B.,1, & Co' awning, was adorned with a algn ar tistically painted, and "Pbotnlz Block" la the first of the new buildings to replace those destroyed by the fire of Jan. SO, 1881. The Lorala County Teachers Association wlU meet at Lorain, Feb. 26th, la the High Schoolroom. . Vipers of Interest will be pre sented by Professor White and Superintend end Clark, of Oberlln. A free dinner la tendered by the citiscna of Lorain. A large meeting la greatly dealred. Ocod railroad connections both going and returning. Saturday was a very busy day la our busi ness house. The town waa full of people getting ready for augar making, laving in supplies for house nd stock, and preparing for a break up of the road and a long aeige of mud. Great preparations are being made for early augar making, tin aap buckets and patent spiles being sold In Urge quantities. Last Friday night, when the Marshal waa making hla round, be found a maa near Horr A Warner office so drunk as to be utterly oblivious to all earthly this gs, and who could not poasibly be aroused to con sciousness. The Msrshal fpt a hand sled, loaded him on, and drew him to the cooler as though he had been a dead hog, and gave him free lodgings for the night. Hla em ployer came aroucd the next morning and took him home. The bed ot the old Clinton Air Line la aa far aa possible to be used 'for the new route from New Tork to Chicago. The question now Is: How la that read going to be made to hit Medina and Wellington if Akron and New London are to be made points. Gen Gibson spoke at Mew London Thursday evening last, asking from that township $30,000 and right of way through the town ship, which requirement they think will be met. Brown, Howard Co., of Chicago will build the road. Last Friday two young men from Cleve land came to Wellington, and meeting a friend on the walk, said they had come up to have some fun; and they had It. One of them, who haa been a brakesman and con ductor of extra-trains on this road, waa found. about 9 o'clock, hanging over the Park fence. Ue waa a stranger and they tnok him In. He wanted to go home on the next train, but the Marshal told him that the weather wa bad and he was not locking well, and he muat stay till morning. The other waa night clerk ot the City Hotel, Cleveland, and was found in the depot aitting room, too full for loco motion, and almost too fuU for utterance. He went in. In the morning, not having the wherewkh to pay for lodging, they left a gold chain for teeurity and went their way, sadder, etc., etc ri ..... personals. W. T. GaUaway, is about -to be ordained pastor of the Baptiat church at Medina. Mlr-e Hattle Chapman, ot Lorain, I visit ing her sister Mrs. 8. 8 Parker, on Courtland avenue. - Mlaa Thutston, ot Portland, Me., reached here Ust week to spend some time with her lister, Mrs. H. G. Starr. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. U. Starr, ot Portland, Me , are spending a tew day In Wellington, visiting their son H.O. Starr. Mr. M. McDermott, daughter of Prof. W. C Pierce, Is very ill with Inflammatory rheumatism at Jackson vill, Fla. Bev. fa A. Wright and wlfe who, three yeaf ago, established the first English Col lege at Conception, Chill, 8 A., are the guests of Mayor Fuller. - .. Bev. Arthur P. Beed, formerly of Medina, la pastor ' ot a Congregational Church at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, which society conse crated a new chapel Feb. 12th- J. W. Houghton was called to Fremont laat week by the dangerous illness of hi nephew, the youngest child ot Mrs. W. W. Ross, which at last account gave hope ot recovery. Mlaa Eva Brown was summoned home Monday afternoon by the sudden death of her tather Leonard Brown, who has been falling for some time. Prof Kinnlson doted her school tor her. W. 8. Frank received a telegram Sunday morning telling him that hla mother waa dying. Ehe lived till ten that night. The funeral occurred Wednesday at the family home lu Wadaworth. n. J. Clark of Oberlln, and I. N. Sadler ot Grafton, Lorain county, are among the suc cessful applicants tor eerlificatei aranted by the State Board of Examiners, who met In Columbus the laat ot January, " Mr. G B. Hamilton wa la town Tuesday with bis brother William, of Iowa, who Is home on a visit. . He went to the Yf est about 30 year ago, and we heat that by Judicious Investment la real estate haa accumulated a fine property. , Mr. Lucy B. Wcodbrldge, of Berek, whoae mother died a fortnight ago with typhoid fever I very IU with the ame dlaeate and her Ufe was despaired ot for several daya says the Advertiser. Her Brother Lymaa Baker ha alao been confined at home several weeks by lllnes. - - - E. W. Hoaghton was one of the passen gers reaching Toledo on the Saturday of the great Hood. He with a number ot travelers wishing to get the other aids ot the raging Maumee, went up stream and walked over a mUe across, on a bridge of aawlogs. He reached home Wednesday evening after. Rollln Cole, formerly of Litchfield O., died at hi home In Fairfield, Mich. Feb. Sib. Hia mother, widow of Oviatt Cole deceased, had been with her son In the last two or three month of his failing health, and was at the time of hia death seriously ill with eyraipelas. Mr. Cole leaves a a If e and one child, a daugh ter ot parhapa nine or ten jeers. Bev. J. W. Cracraf t, of Gambler, who a few yean alnce abjured the Episcopal faith and became a CongregatlonalUt and haa since that period been a pastor la that denomi nation la the same town haa again changed hi mind and returned to hla native Ibid, the ceremony of receiving the prodigal being im pressively performed by Bishop BedeU on the evenlcg of Feb. 16th, in the presence ot a large audience. - r Latest News Notes. A black baas weighing 6)( pounda was caught in Chippewa Lake. M. 8. Colgrove, of Palnesville, died last a eek from the kick ot a boras. . Mrs. ShulU, of Logan County in this State has Just dlrd at the age ot 94. A stranger registering as Westfall, from Memphis, haa . suicided by laudanum at Xorwalk. , .... . - J. C. Great, a brakemaa, waa near killed Seville Feb. 10th. Twenty-seven cart ran over him.- ... Mr. Cary, of Canton, alater ot Hon. Joseph Medill, ot the Chicago Tribune, was baried Saturday. 1 Councilman A. K. Spencer, cashier of the First National Bank, Cleveland, died Mon day noon euddealy of heart dlseeie. . The Cabinet organ and small clock were recently stolen from the lecture room of the Congregstlonel church of Hudson, the burglars taking out a window to dolt, There have been 148 accessions to the First Methodist church of Akron durir g a late re vival. Mr. L. O. Robinson, the eTangeliet, taabeeautth then t ut hi now gone to BloomuigtcB, XU, ; ... .1. . i : .;.-; - W. W. Hanne, an old citiaen and carriage maker of Wooater, committed tulcide Mon day, greatly to the surprise of all who knew him. He wrs la financial trouble. A new paper mill at Hamilton, In opera tion but ten weeks, wa destroyed by fire Feb. 18th. It coat that firm $35,000 because they did not fill their coal oil lampa by day light. John R. McKinney, Esq., editor of the Wayne Co. Herald, waa Indicted by the Grand Jury at Wooater Friday for embesxlement; the amount being I37U. It waa nolUed by the court by advice of Proa. Attorney. A sixteen year old son of Hiram Rounds, In Medina, caught a runaway horse attach ed to a buggy by riding another In a race alongside through several streets and finally catching the lines and stopping the frighted steed. The fine large organ costing 3,030 in 1988, wa between fire and water ruined in the re cent partial burning ot the Akron Congre gational Church. One thousand yards of carpeting waa alao destroyed, but aa the wind waa high and blowing In several directions, the prevention at an extensive conflagration waa in the hlgheat degree fortunate. The different denominations vied with each other In extending courtesies to the society render ed temporarily homeless. Albert Converse who had been In Welling ton three or four weeka and Ed Kelley alia Joe Smith, ot New London were tried In the Cleveland Police Court last week Monday. Convene and one Dugan were qusrrellrg over a game of dice, when Kelly Interfered and knocked Dugan down. At laat accounts he was still insensible and hia assailant In Jan for want ball. Converse wis discharged. He appeal to have been a worthless fellow; haa been Intemperate much of the winter and while he waa In durance, hla wifo'a pa rents, came to Wellington and moved the household effects, and It la supposed took the daughter home. The Bevival. The interest manifested in the subject of religion haa, during the patt week, ateadily increased, with a good attend ance every evening. The Lecture-room at the Methodist Church has been so crowded that extra seats in the aislea have been provided even on -a very atormy night. Saturday afternoon thirty five Sunday-school children met bt Mrs McConnaughy's for religious inquiry and Instruction, and the occasion was in a high degree hopeful and interesting. At the same hour young people, seekers of religion, spent an hour with Bev. Mr. Albright in the lecture-room, while from three till four on three afternoons prayer and conference meetings were held for the mutual encouragement and profit of more advanced Chiistiana. The meet inga continued each eveningexcept Satur day in the two Churches, and within a week, without any urging except the in vitation from the pulpit, and without any evidence of excitement, a large company of promising jonag people hnvo enlisted in the army of the Lord. Nearly all of the Senior Class in the High School are among the volunteers, and aa these young men had been pretty thoroughly united in serving under another commander, they show an almost solid front in ex pressing a healthy hatred of the past, and a ditposition to prove their earnest ness and loyalty by recruiting for the Captain of their Salvation. And they can do very effective work if there is a corresponding faithfulness to duty in their studies, in their secular employ ments, in their exhibition of the Christ ian qualities. Youth, with its vigor, its enthusiasm, with the freshness of its talent, with its sanguine hopes, conse crated to a cause that enlist its sympa thies and commands its faith, may ac complish a great deal. Their friends and associates should assist Divine grace in keeping these young Christiana from discouragement, from temptation and wrong doing. Families, society the whole community is made purer and stronger by this accession to the Com pany of Believers. The children are taught that a child's religion is proven by cheerful obedience to parent and teachers, by kindness and helpfulness to them and to brothers, sisters and asso ciates, and by simple faith in the Heavenly Father, the great Teacher to whom we are all pupils. None of these things are new. They are the principles taught in every good home, by every conscientious parent and teacher of the young; tut there are times when whole communities are unusually and divinely impressed with their supreme inipoit ance; whea the conscience is especially tender, alert, awake; when Divine truth takea hold of the mind and enlists the affectiona, and people are moved by great feeling and enter upon a new life with changed motivea and higher purposes, and others acquire a momentum in the path already chosen which is progress that last., and bjth are fruitful in good that la eternal. Neighboring Ne?rs. Brighton. Mr. L. Perkins has rented a farm on Hartland ridge for the coming season. Tba saw mill under the superintend anoeof Mr. O. Johnson, after many months ret, began operations last Thursday. Mr. Ilorton grinds three days in the week, and from on hundred and fifty to two hundred bushels per da. The canvass of Brighton township for John B. Gough's new book Sun light and Shadow has beer completed Nearly twenty copies were taken. Not a single person looked cross at the agent, and be met with only a few who had never heard of John B. Gougp. Rho. Huntington. We are awake to the progress of the age, good advice and wise council U in readiness when needed. Mr. Chas. Noooey, the successful operator at West Salem, ma le a sh-tr t visit to hia afflicted mother last wck. Our sympathies for the Wellington fire department are so strong that we have two young men who will volun teer their services. One we know can hook and the other is for reaoblng. Our new saw mill av. rages nearly seven thousand teet per day. Albert Larg and wife, after nearly a years visit iu the west have returned home. A welcome awaited them. Mr. Whitney Smithy who witU hi ramily went (ram ns to their Dome 111 Michigan, dleJ last w.eek. Ills wife, formerly Emma Lang, has our sympa thies. S, .". -i : ' - - -i . , 'J Penfleld. The donation visit at the M. E. Tar son age last week was a success socially, also financially, considering the at tendance which wa email, owing to unfavorable weather and undue notice being given. Bev. Wachob is conducting a pro tracted meeting In Litchfield. Mrs. Wachob is visiting friends in Stark county. Henry Tost has sold his place to "Uncle Ned" Yoomans, consideration $1,000. Washington Krebs has purchased the Dickson property at the centre. David Shaw & Co. have purchased the Saw Mill ot W. W. Penfleld, and have already commenced operations. Spencer. Spencer has Ion another of its early pioneers in the death of Mrs. J. II. Wclcher, who died February 8th, after an illness of a few days. She was born March 4, 1311 In Seneca Co., N. Y., and had nearly completed her 70th year, sue witn ner nusoaiiu came 10 this township In its early days, and 40 years ago this winter, she experienc ed religion and united with the Free will Baptist church, since which their home has been a home for the chris tian traveler. Had she lived until March 13th tht-y would have reached their golden anniversary, which they contemplated celebrating and ruoi.ing their family once more . with other friends at the old homestead. "Man proposes but God disposes." She leaves to mourn her loss . a husband, three sons and four daughters, besides a large circle of friends. She died in the full assurance of the faith by which she bad lived. Honesty and Promptness. Warrkm, O., February 7, 1851. This is to certify that the Citizens Mutual Belief Association of Welling ton, Ohio, has thU day, through their District agent, M. S. Clapp, of this place, paid us eleven hundred and forty two dollars ($1,142.00,) the amount due upon the Life Insurance of our father, Ambrose Bobbins, who had belonged to the Wellington Co. for 3 years, and in that time paid only four assessments, $3.00. The money was not due upon the policy till CO days niter iroof of death, yet the Company, without any solicitation upon the part of any one, has paid it in eight days, instead of sixty. We cheerfully say that we are more than pleased with the manner in which the Company treate 1 us. Every repre sentation bas been more than fully realized, and we recommend them as being strictly honest and reliable. We do not know what we would have done, if father had not taken the precaution, wheu he could, of joining this Associa tion. t e shall ever believe there is no company better than the Wellington, Ell J. Kotr, Gnacx Bobbins. Daughters of Ambrose Bobbins. Lord, I Bolieve. BT ACRA FZBKIIIS. Once, when I rowed my shuddering boat Where the dark water knows no thrill; Where never wave In ripples wrote Wher oar-bdds drop ghostlike and still; Where dtptl.s unfathomable are black, And i hallows full ot finny growth, That waved no farewell to my trask; Where wild birds scream lu notos uncouht And doubt and fears forever dwell I cried in voic j o'erwrought with grief, "Oh height ot Hcaiea or depth of Uell, Stir this dark unbelief '." The waves that lap the randy beach Or wrap the crag in rude caress, Or with advancing fingers reach To crease the rock In restlessness, Or smiling lie beneath the sun, Or ru a with ciestod waves wlud driven Such waves I launch my barque upon And aet the sails for flesven. O yea I I know the storm may come And flout hia banners in the sky; The wave the sua is smiling on May hide the breakers from the eye; But He who bids me Uke the helm (Ready ot ear and etioog to save) Would have me reach a radiant realm Beyond the wayward wave. The Book of The Age." THE PROBLEM OF I1CMAX LIFE FIBRE AND UKUKAFTaK. "BT W1LFOHO." This book has unquestionably receiv from the pres and the cleriry, stronger praise than any other book ever oublis- ed, and is universally admitted to be the only work in tx-stem-e which ab solutely demonstrates a personal God anl the immortality of the soul lv Science alone, without the aid of the Bible, utterly uiinihilntiiig the theories of Darwin, Huxliy, Tyndall, Ilelm holfs and othets f the evolution ot man from the lower animals nnd his txtluc tion at ilfulh. No better prof of the extraordinary character ot this work t an bjakeJ than tfio following extracts (rum the relllius press a mere specl muii of ImudieJs equally enthusiastic: "This is the book of ttio nse, anl the unknown author 0h1 aspire to no greater literary Immortality than the proJooiio.i of this work will give hlui, and tlioiuunde of the boss educated minds that have been appalled by tho philosophical teachings or modern scienti-u Mill rise up and call bless ed." Methodist l'rotestant, Baltimore, Md. 'We ctn truly say that we are amaz ed at the origii.alily, thoroughness, and inatvelluu abiMiy of th author or this work." New Covenant, Chicago. It is entirely out of ihu ordinary line of suirutillu and philosophical books, and abounds in aiguments of a startling character." Herald and Pres byterian, Cincinnati. "Although strictly c-Iontifi, its one aim U the ilcuioiiatralioii of a personal UqJ and a heron fie r for humanity. It I an exhaiithss mine of christian truth. It is the literary cliol d'eeuvre of the age. All ministers and lay mem bers shouM read it It is au armory riiilal tho weapons tf the Almighty fur the pulling down of strongholds. It U woit 1 its welg'it lu olamoiij." Breth ren at Work. l'he author (4 man of acknowledged genius, and coulessedly the brightest mteniitlc star of modern times) has startled tho religious world into traits ports of joy and praise. No rdigio scieutitio work has received both from the ocuUr and religious pies such willing and unqualified praise as the Problem or lluiuan Life. It is tho dea h blow of atheistic clenee." American Christian lleview, Ciuu. "We most vor.ljally concede to the Prohlem itf Muuiaii lfe tun well earn ed. ttlo-:hb IxK-k uf the ;je, Douht Jea. the (j.m of Providence has ritUed up the author 10 iuet the wnnts of the eiiuich in mis lime ol need.' Domin ion Chtiri-huiu, Toronto. WiihoutxJoutit It is the most startling book of tho century. 1 vo.iild rather have the houcy f writing suuli a book than to be President of the United States." Watch tower. It is a large royal octavo of 628 page , richly bound in cloth, and con tains excellent likenesses of six of the greatest scientists of the age. It will be sent post paid for $2. Agents wanted in every county, to whom excellent wrma win be offered. A'lrtress all oruers, Schell & Co., General Agents, No. la University Place, New York. Greeting for 1881. TV4rvlrul xr nri, mnIAA Mttf --j sssava? s 0ilv2 Ulllla COnAPnilPlirlff nperlir tall am .l " 1 'j 'j i nccaeivaitru to buy their spices ground. It is known T ll D F AntnAa .. .... 1 . . i".ca ic auuiienieu more man anv other article of food. Its strength aud pungency afford better opportunity for adllltpralirtn r)in a n.- V.!... .. . I some buyers think to buy a large pack- s" niumi amount 01 money "is business " Yt an uf lirnn.n,i plot 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. vi iuu uuimug out pure goods, and sell them at their value. This Ifl thn Bpflftnn rf thA ..n. - " . j .- i ii i m. In eettlnir married or !.. ... r- C " (v O . UIVIC Ullll ringes occur In the winter than at othr tlmaj . .. .1 . . ...... course, me an get mar ried for lllCk. V.csrrhAilc . get the best cats and drinks at said -imiS5, mr ii mey aou t, 'Dad luck to you." Mothers! you know, we know, everybody knows, that youcan g;et bet ter coffee ami a-us? i is tan mil jr place else In town. Further, you can get as good tea, extracts, sugar, flour, cheese, raisins, and anything necessary In Innl.. . I I! - J ... .uv.j. neuumxs ot us as any other place. And when you are in such good luck to fet the hi hands, make her glad by coming to Bowlby fc Hall's and buy her a set of iii8uMarei wasn iuos, 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 and Spice Mills. By Bowlby & Hall. Stop That Cough. Ifyoti are suffering with a Cough, Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Consumption, loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any affection of the Throat or Lungs, use Dr. King's New Dis coveiy for Consumption. This is the great remedy that is causing so much excitement by its wonderful cures, cur ing thousands of hopeless cases. Over ode million bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery have been used within the last year, and have given perfect satisfaction iu every Instance. Wo can unhesita tingly say that this is real !y the only sure cure for throat and lung affections, and can cheeriully recommend it to all. Call and get a trial bottle for ten cents or a regular sixe for $1.00. Sold by all drujrgists. ll-ly(c) O, What A Cough. Will VOU heed the warning TO. signal perhaps of the sure approach of maw uioie. terrioie disease Consump tion. Ask yourselves if you can afford for tho sake of savin? .V) i-t tn r.i. ti risk nml do nothing lor ir. We know from experience that Shiloh's Cure will cure your Cough. It never fails. This exulains tthv mnrA thou - ,niiiivm i.... t - . ...... ti. w. ties wero sold the past year. It relieves viuu), ami muooping cough, at occe. Mothers do not he n-hhnni w iv.. J? Back, Side, or Chesf, use otuiuii a a urous taster, JjolU by H. G. Stsrr S Co. 7 cow-lv(o) Spread the Good News. As a family medicine and tonic, there is no remedy at present giving such universal satisfaction, and pflWHnt no many astonishing cures, as Electric Bitters. Our druggists report a lively demand for them, at times being unable u suppiy me many calls. All Bilious Attacks. Ktoinaoh T.I , ? H. , a. niivs lalUUCV Complaints, Diabetes and Gravel, read ily vleld to their inr,tir. r,n.iin.a - - ......... ,v uaitiica. Sold by all druggists, at Hlty cents per vuvnc. li-umcc) Delicate Women. Cases of female weakness, delicate and enfeebled constitutions, and those suffer ing with stomach. Liver and Kidney complaints, will find Electrio Bitters a speedy and certain cure. The sick and prostrated should rejoice that such a reliable remedy is placed within their reach. Health and happiness will surely follow where Electric Bitters are used. For sale by all druggists, price only fifty cents. ll-liui(c) D. Snyder Has takea 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 coarse work in the best manner, and at the lowest living prices. A full assort ment of leather and flndings kept in stock, and both work and materials guaranteed to give satisfaction. Give him a call when in need of any kind of work. 7if Patents. The standing of attorneys may he as- n . . : 1 . t : - . ii-uuiicu upuu inquiry nt ine l atent Ollice, where It will be found that in qentor 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 securiuz broad and valuable olalms, and promptly prosecuted. 12tf Coal Yard. nving bought the coal vard and bus ness of W. 11. Fisher & Co.. I take this method of informing the citizens of vreiuugiou ana viclulty that I shall keep on hand and furnish to order all varieties, and qualities of hard and sea coul, at the lowest livinir prices. All order given nie will be promptly and 8nnsiacioruy uiieu. 37-tf Chas. E. SuTurr. How It Was Done. "How Co you manage, said a lady to her friend, "to appear so happy and good natnred all the time?" "1 always have Parker's Ginger Tonic handy",' was ine rep:y, -auu tnus easily keep inysi If and family in good health. When I am well I always fell irnnd Diitured." ltcad about it in another column. 23-4 A Cross Baby. Nothing is so conducive to a man's remaining a bachelor aa stop; in g for one niht at the house of a" married friend and being kept awake for five or six hours by the crying of a cros babv. All. cross and crying babies neen only Hop Bitters to make them well and smiling. Young man, remember this. Traveller. Dyspepsia and Iiivor Camplaint. Is it not worth tho small price, of 75c. to free yourself of every syrapton ot these distressiug complaints, if you think so call at our store aud get a bot tle of Shiloh's Vitalizer, every bottle haa a printed guarantee on it, use ac cordingly and if it does you no good it will ct you nothing. Soi l by II. G. Starr & Co. 7 eow-ly(o) Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve iu the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, suit rheum, fever sores, tetter, clmpped hands, chlllblalns, corns, and all kinds of skin eruptions. This aalre is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in every case or money re funded. I'rice 25 cents per box. For sale by all druggists. 8-ly We havcaspee-iy and positive cure lor CuUrrh, Ilphtheri.-i, Canker mouth and lloud Ache, in Shiloh's Catarrh Rem edy. A n iifal Injector free with oaeh liotile. Uso it if you desire health and we-i breth. l'rice 50o. Sold by II. G. Starr & Co, 7 eow-ly-(O) C2TEvery description of Job Printing executed neatly and promptly at the EXTaMPMaB Ollice, . Clieese. : Market very quiet and prices unchanged. Thequotationsare: New, buying (naked) lOtj-fallc; billing (boxed) ll13c. Shipments for Week ending Feb. 22. Cheese. ..1,507 boxes. 51,153 pounds. Butter. ... 59 pkgs. 3,103 pounds. Grain, Flour and Feed. : Corrected Webklt bt H. B. Hawlct. Flour, per sack (49 lbs). . ft . 00 1 . 40 Buckwh't flour, perewt. 3.25 . .... Graham flour, per cwt. . 3.00 .... Corn meal, per cwt 1.10 1.40 Chop, per cwt 1 .15 .... Middlings, per cwt 1.10 .... Shorts, per cwt 0.85 .... Bran, per cwt 0.85 .... Oil Meal, per cwt 1.40 Clover Seed, per bush.. 4.30 . 4.80 Timothy Seed, per bush. 2. CO 2.70 Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.45 0.52 Corn, in ear, per bush.. 0.45 0.52 Oats, per bush .. 0.35 0.40 AVheat, per bush 0.90 0.95 Hay, per ton 13.00 15.00 General Produce. Corrected bt Baldwin, Laundon & Co. Butter, dairy, per R. . . .$0.10 t 0.20 Butter, creamer-, per B. 0.28 " 0.30 Ejrgs, perdoz 0.15 Chickens.dressed, per Sj. 0.07 0.03 Ducks, dressed, per lb.. 0.10 Geese, dressed, jer B.. . 0.05 0.08 Turkeys, dressed, per lb. 0.08 0.10 Beef, per cwt 5.00 6.00 Pork, per cwt 5.00 0.00 Ham, smoked, per It.. . . 0. 10 .... Potatoes, per bush 0.65 0.75 Beans, per bush 1.50 2.00 Apples, green, per hush. 0.20 0.25 Apples, dried, per lb 0.03 I am making preparations to build a new brick store on niy present location, and mnsp. quentlv will move inf rio buildinsr occupied n mpt mar ket, across tiie street, second door west of Bank. From this time until I move my goods I snail otter great inducements to buyers. We shall be pleased to sell our overcoats and all heavy weight goods less than cost, and we shall make special inducements in all of our cloth ing stock. "We have put in a new stock of hats, which we shall sell at way down - prices. Don't let this opportunity pass, as I mean business. W. W. HARVEY. b b fa b h. h fa: fab fa H. B, Hamlin, Headquarters For ' Flour, Feed, and- , t ALL KINDS OF GRAIN, Has on sale a new Brand of Flour of absolutely the best quality in tow. at the same price you nay for Isfcior kinds. Try it, and get rid of that bane of the family, bad bread. Farmers having grain aho.ild re member that this is the place to get the highest market price for it ia cash. They should also remember :3at la or der to continue to raise goou crops thev uiuabappijr icniiiso a to meir JauuS, - SU PERPHOSPHATES have been proved to be thj irost niw. ertnl, heat and cheapest ferti i7x in the market. Made by experienced and re liable manufacturers, prepared as plant food by the best known process. it is the standard fertilizer; causing immeuiue ana lasting iertuity, and Is perfectly adapted to all crops. CaU and get circulars. Warehouse South of Rv..Denot ' 4in-33-tf Wellington. Ohio. 'Wellington, Sept. 18, 1880. To 7?ii Customers, one and all, Old and Young, Republicans and Democrats : I am now daily receiving Fresh Uysters, in can and in bulk, and will sell as cheap as any other party can. I 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 Class Parties, and will f arnish everything de sired at moderate prices and at the shortest notice. As ever, your obed't serv't, B. J. X.OBI2TS02T. Pacakiaaa 13, 1S7S. Maa. A. Soott, I am alad w add my testimony, wttli many at my friends lu till' town. Perhaps It may be of use to your patients. 1 will ht-re stale that your reliable "Sure Cure" has rured nie from my constant vearlnjc disease of tbe throat and rhest. whlrh I never huci. ed to be froeiroiu. After 1 hail taken your medicine a few months my aroMUun grew aironver. aud at tbe rnu ..i me year i was restorea toeooa nealtn. I pained fifteen pound. 1 feel wholly Inductee to your r Sure C. Si. BkSXETl', Key Port, a. J. Mas. A. Ccott: I have ureat confld-Mire In voir medicine. My lunga and chest have troubled me for yesm, from whlcb 1 had failed to obtain relief, and your reliable iure Cure" Is the best rem. dy that I have ever fonnt, and would cheerfully recommend It to all afflicted with (uuhdiacase. JAMES LtWltf, Wellington, OMo. SURE CTJEsE Fortta Throat, Chest 85 Lungs. GREATEST REMEDY EVER KNOWN. By Mrs. A. SCOTT, "Wellington, O. 25 cents per bottle. So-ly SlOi Outfit f arnUlietl frec.vlth fall Instructions for runuuctinic in niut prontuitle buafiwu that ftiir one run meatce In. The business Is so eay to learn, said our Instructions are so sim ple anil Plain, tnat anv one ran msike svrwat proflta fruni the very start. No one cai fail wbo la wlllintr'tu work. Womn are aa successful as men. Buys ami ?irl can earn larse sums. Many have made ai the buineM Ityrr one.buniir-ed dollars lu a single week. ISoiuinR TTke it ever known lefore. Ail who engage are aurnrixed at the ease mod rapidity with wli:ti they are ante 10 wake motiey. You can enquire In this butinet during your spare time at (treat profit. You do not have to Invest capital In It. We take all the risk. Tbosd who nel ready money should write tousaconee. All furnished free. Address Tkvs A Co.. Aujrusla, J-talne. j-iy "Trnmtiae) on Kurrfma Da billtjr and PrlTftt Diseases." A warning vol 00 to Youth and Manhood sent In plain sealed envelope oa receipt of two &-osnt BUunD:!. Olvataadi .ce ana insu-ucuona mereeuit 01 twenty years exclusive experience for the care of al I forma ot privtue dtoeautea, Narvout Debility snentsU anil physical depression, palpitaUom, impaired sight cod memory, nervous anxletyoas of enercy, pelna la tck head and limb, distressing nhzni em la otcns&A., thoroenlt of Toothful Crrororexceaa ca, !howlncaposlUvlyonalniX4esansof raraUntn't bo<h and vlk-oraea nan hood, after ail nLhI , Addreaa XU. CUSOO. Itf bL Ualr Ma, Cfi Makea tba balr trow, keep ttaa bead (res Irons dandruff, atopa Calling balr. pravanta premature baldneaa. Aak.aUT' dealer for It. C..rM.SUStRO ; CVmHaHOala. Now is the time, and . - BALDWIN, LAUNDON & CO. is the place to buy.' Thev have 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 Handier chiefs, at all prices. A large variety of Fancy Boxes. A targe variety of Comb Cases. 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. Individual Caps and Saucers, Dolls for the girls, from 25 cents up. Skates for the boys, t7 . 7 -. ..71 7 .7" -7." 77. - oieas jor ine ooys, ana everything mat is neeaea to -make boys and girls happy for Christmas, In Dross Goods, 1 Ulaclit Cashmers, Cheaper than ever. JAMESTOWN ALPACAS, " A neio lot just received. Hosiery, Gloves, Will be sold cheap, to close.- In ; We are prepared to give good bargains. - 000 - Gome and see us before buying Christmas Presents. If we cannot sell you we will give you some low prices free of charge.- 2 he aboye'will retnain good for the next 30 days, BALDWIN, LAUNDON & Co. "WinDfOTosr. Dee. 7. 1880. MORROW & CO. kVJil 103 acres in Penfleld 192 acres in Russia 54 acres in Penfleld 5 50 acres in .Sullivan 131 acres in Wellington 75 acres in Henrietta ;. 142 acres in Brighton 42 acres in Huntington 101 acres in Huntington 75 acres in Wellington 30 acres in Wellington 118 acres in Wellington 160 acres in Iowa 80 acres in Illinois 125 acres in Brighton 47 Houses and Lots. ranging in price From $400 to $4,000 We can suit all in prices and terms. Either cash or a k long time. , : 1IORSOW & Co., ' . AVfiLLINGTOX, OHIO. Opnca OrB . BuKCicr'a Habdvabx Btorx. S Sax a lartre variety of everything Good Bargains ! nitfens and Pars PTJRMITXXRB We have a large Btock of .. PATENT ROCKERS In Terry, and raw and apun Bilks. LADIES' FOLDING ROCKERS in pat tern Drasseia ana pattern velvet. SEWING CHAIRS in rattan and imitation bamboo. LADIES' WRITING DESKS. WORK TABLES, FOOT STOOLS, &c, &c, &c. Nice line of Walnut, Ebory and Gilt, Stands and Pedestals, Cylinder. Cases, Sideboards, Hall Racks, Library Tables, and the usual stock of CHAMBER WARE SUITS I FROM $25 to $125. Gents Easy Cliairs and Foot Rests! We have the finest stock of foot rests ever brought to Wellington. They range in price from 3 to $12. . Bracatata, Blacking Caaea, Fram . Mouldings, And everything in onr line. We invite an examination of our stock, and a com parison of prices. - Upholstering done to order. A. G. & G. L. COUCH. Weft Side South Maine Street, Wel lington, Ohio. 2TOTZC23. Chairs of all kinds re-seated to order, with Cane, by tho subscriber. Satisfaction guar anteed. ARTHUR C. DYER. West Liberty Street, Wellington. 134m BEE LINE ROUTE. Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati h In dianapolis Railway. Tim Schedule in Effect Hovamber, 1880. wosit Bound STATIONS. Hp. I, Mo. a. Ho. T. Lt. Clevelond. T.A.a. S.lWp.x. 7.3Sr.a. 4.u0r.x. Ar.N.T.P.0. 123 2.07 T.Kt i.m Ben-a 7.43 .w 4..W (irafton 8.17 2.M 8.3a 5. US vrciiinatoD . x.at a. oi s.a Shelby .n 4.ui 10.13 s.u Vernon 9.30 Crestline.... iu.UK t.n 10. ss. 7.1s Oa'loo Hl.U 4.XI iaSU 7.47 UeUsrare... 11.39 5.15 12.U3iJt. 8.2 colnnibus... ristip.ji 1.10 , Spiinailrld.. J.0O 7.40 . .2S .... Dayton. 2.55 8.35 S.a .... Cincinnati .. I 5.21) 10.50 S.0S .... Lt. Gallon... I10.3UA.V. 4. 10 t.x. 11. 16. 7.3Sra. Ar.Marlon.... I1.1D 5.1S 11.50 8 27 Bellefuutaln 12.45 r.x. (.80 1 a)a.. 10. 05 Vnlon 2.55 8.15 S.fu Muncie. I 4.fs) . a.17 . 4 45 Indianapolis' .us 10.55 5.55 ZlAajt'Bouiid STATIONS. BO. 2. Ho. 18. No 6 Ho. S. LT.Indla-polla '-U-. 4. 1ja.x. 1.!Sa.h. .. - Ar. Muncie... 10.00 t.m 1.55 r a l"n1on 11.111 7.-J5 s.i Bellerontain 1.211 A. X. 9.25 5.110 Msrton...... t 55 l).4i (.25 Gallon. S 45 ll.su 7.10 Lv.CludnnaU. tl5r.j(. 7.-3a.a.f l.uir.a.l Ar.Daytoo.... 11.55 9.15 8.10 I 8prlnrtfld.. 12.55A.M. K).(l 4.IH I 1-elawaK... 2.45 11.25 5.45 I LT.Columbna. 1.45 a.a 10.15a.ji 4. 50p.it Ar. Delaware. i. 11.15 5.45 (.UOa.a. Gallun 8.55 12.25 p.a. 7.18 7.15 Crestline-.. 4.10 12.35 7.22 7.20 Vernon- 7. 45 ' 7. a) Shelby 4.SS 12.58 7.55 7.88 Wellington. 5.40 1.1R (.02 8.88 Grafton (.05 l.SS 9.25 9.90 Ben-a (.85 9.52 9.M K.V.P.AO. 7.0 2.?8 10.18 10 OS Clereland... 7.10 2.45 10.25 10. 15 Train Hoa. 9 and 5 ran dallr. Trains Xoa. S aad daily betwaea Indianapolis and CleTrland. Al oUr tralnidaUjeiceiitEaadar. A. J. SMITH : . . . r' Qal Tteket Act,