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Tharaday. March 24, 1881.
"W' "OMBTOB, H. . UOUCHTOS, Editors. JJtwm an notice of eatertatnmenta TI rS. J0"'- wmimcmiim 'oral V2 or loc1 notices ere: Tea craui IIh for tba ; eoa Mm ccbu a une for cch nb 855?" teee'tron; Mlnlflei type, leaded. If the Heal are Ion, and rua eereral weeks without v hens'e, taey will ba est ta Brerler type, solid, aad ' aredncttawlUheMTeafeeantaeeeratea. business and Tleasure. New Roods at Mia. H. N. Rockwood'. Was ted A giil to do general housework. Inquire at this Bice. Pat who sliced a potato la hi hot whisky contended that "a navor wu a UaTor, wether It was letaoa or pltaty." Carpet, la aew and Tery haadaome de signs, cheap at Wat. Btnlager'a. M- Pitch has Just received a nice line ot Spriajc Cloths and Casalmere. 36 Whenever the fellows lean to keep their arm away from the yoang ladles apron strings there will be less seatehed wrists. Wsna meals at ill hours at Uncle Robl sons, with refresh menri ot all kinds. 2 a Tor policies of Insurance with the Ohio T arm era' Ins. Co., apply to R. N. Goodwin. 9 When aha Is twenty she feels Tery easy ob that aeore. It is wbea she scores another that she woadere who lc rented wrinkles. The ever pointed. Ivory mounted, move able lead pencil, for ladle, cam be had at Hoegbtoa'e. -- . ' ' If yom want a nobby, nice fitting suit, try the Treacfcaua who w lei as the shears at Pitch'. 2 Whenever youagladlea learn to stick a pla la their aproa a triage so that it wont acatch a fellow's wrist there will be more marriages. Ail the new and handsome patterns out this sesoa la wan and decorative papers, cheap, at Was. Bininger'e. 24-4 Next to English sparrows, there la no thing that Increases faster thaa potatoe bugs unless it la the interest on aa unpaid note. A full and nlee Una ot Spring 8alts for man and boys now ready for Inspection at Pitch's. : r - : m A narrow baggy Without any top ruxKlna Is a little "sulky," and a woman without any top rigging la a Utile sulky, too. Persons desiring any kind of Bread or Cakes, by leaving . their orders at A. L. Dewey's, can have the same at t o'clock next day. 84-4 A newly-married man has discovered that the difference between a woman and an um brella Is that you can sometimes shut up th umbrella. . . - . i , ' ' , " Mrs. A. H. Palmer win not keep any but Co tape teat help, aad guarantees good flt or goods win be paid for. All work to be flrst claas, or no pay. "... 23. A Detroit man was astonished the other day to find that the telephone could talk French. He said he thought that It was an American Invention. " A aew aad choice lot of stationery has Just beea received as Houghton's; also a Una lot of: Pock St books, BUI books, aad Auto graph Album. ' If you wish to undertake any Important affair, be aura aad consult your wife. If she agrees with you, ly Into her ansa, If not the best way I to By Into a pass Ion. Pound A pair of silver bound spec tacles at Was. Raaingav'a store some weeks ago, owner can nave the same by calling at this office aad paying for this notice. Our happiness blesses not only ourselves but all who are around us. Thus Bridget en Joys herself at Saratoga aad Long Branch, as much aa the rest ot the family does. - Mrs.' A. H. Palmer has resumed her Dressmaking ta the rear of J. W. Houghton' Drug Store, aad la prepared to do any thing a the lias of Cloak and Dressmaking eu rustad to her. " -r 83 Ziocal and Miscellaneous R. Crsddoek's aew hone Is to be built by C.H. Black. 1 . We are Indebted to Mr. M. Kuns for late copies of California papers. The ladle of th Congregational society gsv a sugar party Friday stsnlog. The last report from P. Wsdsworth.of BsysvUl, tells ot th lota of a valuable Mra. aTauna Thompson will be In Cleve land for th next two or three weeks as Isom a Foots. . - - A clothing store I to be opened torn by S. W. Arnold, la the rooms aexi west of R. 8. Hollanback's. BeV. W. 0.. Ward, of Xtrrla, win preach at the M. S. Church, next Sunday morning aad evening by exchange.- ' Mr. 811a Miller started. on Thursday last for Boms, lad., where he goes to settle the estate ot hie son Pordyce, deceased The Chataaeaaa, a magsslne, the of the Chataaqna literary aad adantlfle circle, has reached a dreulatlou of 17,000. . Some on might make 'a corner on the oyster trade, it all the suppers due oa bets over decisions oa "Stanley's suit" are paid la. i ... - - - - - Tuesday aad Wednesday of last week were the "big" esp days of the season. The jleld from' newly net tree being aauaually .. - . Wm. Tlscher la putting: a third story oa his building to provid itorsga room for bis large and Increasing stock of planes and orgaaa.; 'A aew batch of salts oa the docket, before the probate court, and a score of men as witnesses go from Wellington to giv evi dene. . -: . , .' . ' ' . Was. Holme, ha bought ot O. H. Gates the old farm formerly owned by the Iste Wm.v Howk, two aad a half mUe north of Wel lington. . Th railroad company ha put up a new aad Improved signal at th Depot, with which they ar famishing all th principal stations. . . .. : . Mr. Pitch, of Fltcaville, aad Miss Lydis, eldest dana-nter af Mr. aad Mrs. George McCleUaa were married the early part of last week. . ; ti ; . j Th following, township officer will be elected this spring : Three Town ah lp Trus tees, Treasurer, Assessor, Clerk, and two Constable. Mrs. George Sanders, of Orange, a lady of 83 year was thrown oat while rid log In Balabridge, striking on her head and was In stantly killed. . . 8. D. Chapmen, of Lorain, la visltlns: f rienda In town. . He Is looking I rat rate and gives a glowing account ot the business prospects of taet place. The editor of the Mediae Gssette hss been to see Sara. Hear him. "She is aa graceful a a lHy, as bright as a streak of sunshine, and as pretty ss a pansy.? ; r Bev. Geo. W. Pepper lectured In Sprlng- aeld lately for a newly organised Irish Land League. He hss lectured in that city sevsrsl times and la very popular there with ail classes. Lorenso Doty, a former resident ot Brigh ton end known to some of the people of Wellington snd Huntington, died in Grsnby, S. W. Missouri, March 13th, of congestion of the lungs. Mr. Black fell from a ladder to the ground, bruising his body severely snd getting a cut on the head from a hatchet with which he was at work. He la able, however, to be about town. Harry Fulton and Prank Howk hare both been employed by W. R. Sentley A Co, and will leave Monday next for Tenneaee, to en gage la the work of getting out lumber, stsves, etc A telegram received Saturdsy announced that Mr. Elf. father of Lewis F.ly, wss dangerously sick st his home la Deertleld, Portage Co., O dis sou started the same day to visit him. x The time for spring elections is spprosch- Ing and a few men will be wanted to sacri fice themaelvee tor the public good. Victims are plenty and only need a hint, to lay them- cItcs on the altar. Eugene asys that Mra. Frank's elopement is rather hard oa Milton, for she was his main stay and support. She has left his bed but not his board, and that Is what ails him. He s in hot pursuit of the truant pair. Mr. F. II. Phelps, who for years hss been in the employ of W. R. Bantley fc Co., Is of fering for sale his house aad lot on Court- land ayenue, with the intention of removing his family near hla work, where he can see them of tencr. Hon. L. E. Finch, of Burllngsme, Kan., who represents Ossge and Waubaunsee counties in the 8tate Senate is much compli mented by the Topeka Journal, and It la the opinion ot that paper that he will be con tinued in his present petition. D. E. Plumb and family, who reside on Courtlsnd STenue, were very agreeably sur prUei on Saturdsy evening lsst by a party of friends and neighbors. They left their re respects In the shape of a beautiful hanging lamp and a castor. ' Mr. Plumb Intends mov ing soon on a farm one halt mile west ot Camden. A private letter from Mrs. Richard Hough tun, of Burllngame, Kan., speaks ot the ex cellent health they have enjoyed there. They have all kinds of fruit on the place, no lack of spring water, a milder winter than we have experienced, no wlnda more blustering thaa Ohio wlnda so tar, and good prospects generally. . . . - , - The municipal election will occur Monday April 4th, at which time there wOl be chosen three council men, treasurer, three members of the school board, marshal, one cemetery trustee and a chief engineer of the lire de partment. No movement has yet been made to select candidate, but we presume hot haste will be exhibited about th Saturday btf ore election. gome of the members of the " Sioux club" ot which Roy Bennett Is a leading spirit, spent Saturdsy of last week with tankie Wadawortn, st his home in the country. Though sleet, snow snd rain came down In guslv aquale they didn't seem to dampen the spirits ot young America, judging from the way they flourished around bringing smiles snd sunshine In door and out. The dam of C. W. Ilorr's reservoir gsvo wsy Saturday morning, and the water, oover. Ings apace ot about three asres, varying from S to 10 feet In depth, escaped. It la suposed that the frost had separated the earth from the stone wall built for a waste way, making an opening which the large body of water soon widened to a gap In the em bankment of IS or 80 feet. The damage will be repaired Immediately. When you hear in these dsys muffled tones ot thunder proceeding from the privacy of sa upper story, you can depend upon it that some Demosthenes or Cicero is practic ing for exhibition day, and that the other aide of the question is who Is catching it. We mention this lest worthy and Innocent cltitsas should on account of these mysteri ous sounds be suspected ot keeping, aa asylum, or putting uulawful restraint upon human liberty. If there Is not a hall ti be hired wonld not Mr. Cemstock lease some quiet corner of his mill? Mr! Arthur G. Smith and Miss Nellie V. Crsddook were married at the house of the bride's parents, Wednesday evening March 10th, Rev. J. A. Daly officiating. The al most Impassable roads prevented the atten dance of many of the friends, but notwith stsnding s goodly company waa present to witness the ceremony. A large number ot presents were left by the friends which 'will be prised not only for tbelr usefulness and beauty, but for the cxpres sloo of the friend ship and good will they will ever represent to the recipients. The residents of District No. 8, which is to be the future home ot Mr. sod Mrs. Smith, gladly welcome them to a home among them, and aa neighbors and friends wish them a pleassnt Journey over life's tempestuous sea. Lata Kewi Jfotes. . Elder Wstkins, of Litchfield, Is quite sick. Peter Justice ot Esst Clsrksfleld died March 7th, aged 83 years. . ' Dr. Tsnner hss been lecturing on "Alcohol" In the Tsbernscle In Cleveiend. Wm. Hsvlland, poatmaster at Greenwich, died Mrch 10th, after three daya illness. The public school of Lorain hsv been closed two weeks on account of measles. The Lorain Gas and Water Company, this county, has been incorporated; capital stock tioo.ouo. A. W. Lucky a prominent pioneer citisen of Elmore died ot apoplexy in Church Sun day morning. Allan Washburn, three mile north ot Milan, committed suicide by taking mor phine Sunday night. A boiler explosion st Rochester, N. T., Mondsy morning, shattering a brink build ing in the heart of the city, killed one man and badly wounded seversl others.. - A large amount ot west-bound freight ac cumulated at Council Bluffs Mondsy,- on ac couot of the overflow of the Platte river, stopping the trains of the Union Pacific railroad. v An unsuccessful sttempt was msde to en ter Baldwin, Lersch fc Co's. store at Eljris, Saturday night by prjiugopea the rear doors of the basement with a crowbar. The Heavy Iron bar with which they were fastened sav ed the store. No due to the perpetrators. Two beautiful marble memorial tablets are soon to be placed in the chapel ot the new Cleveland Orphan Asylum, to the memory of the 1st Leoaard Case and Mrs. Mary Clark Maynard. Both tablets will bear epproprlste inscriptions. Cleveland Herald. ' The 1st Pemando Wood was three times married, his lsst wife being a young lady of Urge fortune, and a great favorite In her Hr mother objected to the match on account of the disparity In age, and never vialted her daughter In her new home, which Anally so preyed upon the lsttcr's mind thst she became aa inmate of aa Insane asjlum, so thst Mr. Woods lsst years were over shadowed by domestis sadness. His sister had charge of the household, quite a family of young children, and was with him when he died. i j : - . c :.'..-."; Prof. Mead, of Andorer, a brother of Prof. Hiram Mead has been visiting Oberlin and lectured and preached during hla atsy. - Both branches of the Stste Legislature have pasted an act authorising the commie sioners of Huron county to levy a tax of 9-10 of 1 per cent, for repairs and expenditures on the Court House at Norwalk. This puts such a sum st their dlspossl aa will build them a house as good as new. Bertha, daughter of Supt. Cobban of the Wakemau schools died Sundsy of scarlet fever. The dlsesse Is very bsd . there. Dlp- therls snd measles also prevail. In Birming ham, schools are closed for the ssme cause, and In Florence several deaths have occurred from them. William Rattlgan, s farmer and slock buyer living about two miles from New London, was arrested March 18th at the Instance of the Fret National Bank, of that place, charg ed with forging a note of $500, using the nsmeoftwo neighbors, James Csllery and James Tompkins. He plead guilty and ask to be taken to Norwalk at once. Rattlgan, it sppeara haa been engaged in like trans actions for a year past, the forgeries so fsr discovered smountlng to nearly $2,200. One note held by thla bank for nearly a year .haa beea repeatedly renewed by his forging the names of his mother snd James Collery. Cleveland Herald. Neighboring JVews. From Pitlsfleld. On the evening of the 17th inst, the Con gregationsl Parsonsge, by the Rev. C. C. Baldwin, Mr. Shaw and Mrs Fowler, both ot this place. Quarterly Meeting at Kipton, Saturday of this week, service st 10 A. it. ' Kev. C. C. Baldwin Is to presch his farewell sermon April 3rd, being the close of his services in this place. M. From Oberlin. Miss Jessie Leonard was awarded first place as esssylst by the Judges at the oratorical contest. The subject of the esssy wss "Greece's contribution to ClvlliisUon." The decision wss only recently msde. The health of Mr. J. B. T. Marsh Is so seri ously Impaired thst the College hss given him leave of absence, for several montba from the Treasurer's Office. He Is expecting to start on a sea vovage soon after the Spring term opens, to be gone probably until Sep tember. The College haa purchased the Ackelson property at the corner of Main ana Lorain streets, and will further fit It up for per manent uses as a boarding hall under the name of "Stewart Hall. The dining room ,In which every chair Is now occupied, will be enlarged before next term. The price paid waa $3,500. The aale waa made through the agency of W. B. Bedortha. The property of Dr. Morgan on the comer of College and Professor streets haa been sold to the College for the use of the Con- scrvstory of Music When the right donor Is fouud to build the future Music Hsll, this ill be a splendid site for IL Meanwhile the Conservatory will adapt the Morgan resi dence for its present use, taking possession next summer. News From Penfleld. Deferred from last week. The Inclemency ot the weather, Thursday, 3rd Inst could not prevent a gathering host st the house of one of Penfleld'e most honored cltixens. The occasion waa the fiftieth anniversary of the marriage of Rev. Matthew snd Mrs Sarah Starr. The assembly consisted of the children and grand children ot the aged pair, some others of their near est kindred, snd a few Intimate personal friends. The event waa one of rare interest, and ail present seemed glsd of the oppor tunity to help brighten the dsy on which two faithful pilgrims began the second hslf century of their married career. The fore noon waa spent In pleasant and profitable conversation, snd 1? o'clock hsvlng arrived, Matthew and Sally were commanded to leave the parlor by some one whom they had com manded more or leas of his lite; and who assumed authority pro tempore. Obedience having been rendered with a degree ot re luctance, a series of doing took plsce In the parlor, which I need not describe ss they will be easily conjectured by the reader. Now all were ushered Into the room the happy couple being sestcd on a sofa at the head ot the apartment so as to be conveniently viewed by the entire company, and Rev. Wachoh arose and made a few congratula tory remarks on behalf ot the assembly In which he briefly alluded to the rare festive occasion which brought them together, spoke it the contrast between the wedding fifty years ago, and its present annlversaay, and expressed the sincere wishes thst their friends might look upon tbelr smiling coun tenaocea, and siioy the blessings of their society for many years to come, and at the close of hla remarka presented some ex quisite gifts procured by the children and a few others. These presents were useful snd ornamental, snd exhibited the good taste of those who selected them. A response wss msde by Rev. Mr. Btarr with much propriety. closing with the expression of hearty thanks for the gifts, while doubtless the donors were msds to feel the truth ot the saying "it la better to give than to receivs." This done sU were Invited to the dining room, for ot course there must aeed be something good to est on such occsalons, a wedding would scarcely be a wedding, were It not for the dinner. . Well, It it must be so why then It must, snd this one wss a grand success. Our pen is too clumsy to describe It, Hut we have the satisfaction of knowing that Justice was done It to which all the wait-! ers will bear testimony. Ws should be censured, however, did we not notice one feature of the table which waa a rare sped, men of the beautiful and good; this wss a cake called the Starr Pyramid, and arranged by the dextrous hsnd of Mrs. Elbert A. Starr. Upon the top were two golden stars, repre senting the parents; about half way down the pyramid was encircled by a ring ot seven stars, to represent the children, only four of whom survive; sround the bsse were eleven stars which represented the grandchildren. On the very top wss erected sn upright piece bearing an appropriate Inscription, a part of which wss "1831 flftv years 1881." The dinner hsvlng been disposed of In a manner which Indicated that the guests bad but little respect for their stomachs, but a treat deal for the dinner If to completely demolish a thing shows It respect sll repaired to the parlor, where the Starrs ssng together to the extreme delight of all present. When the mu sic bad ceased the company dispersed. The events of the dsy took on new beauty and interest when the past life and labor of the venerable couple ws considered, for a career of noble heroism hss recorded its own history to their credit. Doubtless the touch of their Influence sbsli tell for the good ot million In the great hereafter, and we think that when the good master ahaU come to make up his Jewels In Penfleld Uncle Mat thew and Aunt Sally will be among the brightest and best. A Gcbst. Social Scandal. Wellington this time the scene of a social scandal in high life ( ?), It being no les than tho elopement of tba wlfo of one of our principal cltixens with a Mr. Lutnberger, who haa officiated as iheese maker In one of our factories the past season. Mr. Lumberger, It appears, not having anything to occupy his at tention during the winter season, and finding time hanging heavy on hla hands, and wishing to cultivate his social nature, formed the acquaintance of Mr. Hilton Franks' family. Milton and his wife, a rumor goes, have not always dwelt together in unity and love, they having frequently had certain do mestic Infelicities that could not be ap peased without a war of words, and sometimes even the shedding of blood. An intimacy soon sprang up between Mr. Lumberger and Mr. Franks, she, no doubt, finding him a more congenial spirit than her legal lord and master, and, Monday afternoon, they set out for parts unknown, leaving the partner of her sorrows to solitude and remorse Our devil, at our elbow, suggests that since Mr. Lumberger haa brought bis Dime into men bad odor he ought here after to spell It" Llmberger," but then that would be a fraud on the cheese, and wa hope he won't do It. Her husband should bear his troubles with fortitude. for, without doubt, when she tires of the new love she will return to his house- bold to cook his meals, keep his fires, and take In sewing and wahing to pro cure the wherewith to furnish bis pipe, the unfailing solace of all the ills to which his flesh Is heir, and. In his esti mation, an almost sufficient substitute for food, drink and raiment. Police Notes. Last Saturday was pay day for the V. & L. E. R. an J, as a matter of course, some of the hands must have their little spree. One went In twice because he was too drunk to take care of himself, but was promptly, released when bis foreman came to take care of him and sea him home. Another a son of Erin was found In a shed in rear of VanBurnaw's aaloon, almost too drunk for locomotion. The marshal got him on his feet, but he got several falls before he finally took the walk by Rinlnger's store with such force' as to nearly take away his seuses. Four men took him to the cooler, where he was al lowed to sleep ofl his drunken stupor. lie was what may emphatically be called dead drunk. lie was also dead broke, financially, and was allowed to depart the next morning, owing the corporation fine and costs. A young man from Sullivan got lull, Saturday, and made so much disturb ance at Mr. Dewey's eating room, into which he wandered, that he had to go to the luck-up for the benefit of the public. He had no money, or not much, but left hi watch and other secu rity in payment of his flue of three dol lars and cost. A light-fingered cbsp fancied a certain horse-brush in Otterbacher's store, and adroitly slipped it Into the breast pocket of his . coat, hut not before . he was discovered. The marshal was put on his track, and, walking up and putting his hand on him familiarly, he re marked, "Ol you're the one they say took that horse-brush.'' He Indignantly denied tho soft Impeachment. "But," says the marshal, I am quite certain you are. I think you will find it in your Inside coat pooket now." He looked, and, behold, it was so! lie wtnt to the cooler for rcfluctiou and re pentance. Hawras very sorry he was detected. It was a pity, for he was dead broke, and owes the corporation for board and lodging. Obituary. Cl. L. Colb waa born in Richfield, Ot sego Co., X. X, August 27, 1 TV8, snd died at the residence of her son, J. W. Houghton, in Wellington, Ohio, March 17, 1881. Her parents were natives of Providence, Rhode Island. She was married at Barry, Orleans Co., N. T., to Aaa Houghton, whose home waa at Batavla, and at once assumed the care of six motherless children, five of whom are yet living and came to see her or sssisted In nursing her in her last sickness, snd tor whom she always entertained tender maternal regard. Of her four children, two daughtera died in womanhood; one Is the wife of W. W. Ross, of Fremont. Her home in the last six years was la the family of her son, where both'she and her husband died the latter In Septem ber, 1875. They were married fifty years ago, on the 23rd ot March 1831. When her husband waa neat death he took the hand of her who had served him so faithfully, snd, with a tenderness his children will never forget, repeated the stanza in which these lines occur: We bare tes leoa; nrihr. . 1 hrouRii ptrasaut snd through cloudy weather; T. bard to part whea frit-no. ara dear, 'Pertaapa 'twill cost a stjtti. a tear. 6air m tuud-nia-ht r but la soma brighter cllrae 'Bld dm guodmuruuig.' Five years of lonely waiting, and In that mysterious country where no shadows come, She hss bid husbsnd and children "good morning." July.18, 1815, while praying at home slone, he was happily converted to God, and in the autumn following her aevecteenth birthday, waa baptised and united with the Methodist Episcopal Church; and In the sixty-seven years of her religious experience no one ever knew her to be anything but reverent and heartily loyal to the faith and cause she had eapoused, committing temporal anxieties, as well as spiritual things, to God. The Biblo was, la reality, to her "The Book or Books," and she read it ao constantly that its teach ings snd promises became familiar a part ot her own thoughts and were the natural expression of her devotions. Sundsy, March 0th, a fortnight before her fu neral, she sttended Quarterly Meeting services, and greatly enjoyed the evi dences ot religious awakening In our midst. During the nine davs of her Illness she exhorted believers to faithfulness, pray ed for the impenitent, besought for herself perfect fitness for the change that su was fully persuaded swsited her, ssklng for grace to endure and for patience to wait, and through great Buffering triumphed gloriously. This life, ot over fourscore yesra, wss also worthy ot imitation In Its uselflsh devotion to the comfort of her household. Its tireless Industry, and the willingness snd energy snd skill with which she wrought and served. A pioneer mother, she keenly felt the con trast between tbe comfortable appointments of tbe K at tern hum- and tbe new one in the woods, but possessed the elements ot charac ter that evercame obstacles, msde much ot Utile, thought nothing too trivial for pains taking, and practiced as she believed that what waa worth doing at all was worth do In well. She retained her faculties to a remarkable degree, and though living nearly eighty-three years, her hearing, memory, and knowledge ot many practical things weie unimpaired up to the last day of her life. Funeral services were held st the residence Sandsy afternoon, March 20th, her pastor Rev. N. S. Albright basing his brief remsrks upon th passsge selected by the deceased: "AH tbe dsys of my sppolnted time will I wsit till my cbsnge come." - ' "Sorrow, misfortune, pain snd eire. In quick sncoa atnn throne our patni Lured uuea, uuw gatticrvti round vur hearth. Arc mn, alas! no kmgfr then.' M. II H. MARRIED. Smith Craddock. At the reidence of the briile's parent, Wellfngtoii, on the ISth inst., by Rkv. J. A. Dnly, Mr. Arthur O. Smith and Miss Nettie V. Craddock. Greeting' for 1881. Everybody can't have a spice mill, consequently nearly all are necessitated to buy their spices ground. It is known mat spices are adulterated more than any other article of food. Its strength and pungency afford better opportunity for adulteration than anythingelse, 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 them at their value. This is the season of the year for luck In getting married at least more mar-' rlsges occur In the winter than at oth9r times, and, of course, they all get mar ried for luck. Everybody expects to get the best est and drinks at aald weddings, for If they don't, "bad lock to you." Mothers I you know, we know. everybody knows, that yoti.can get bet ter conee and spices or us than any place else in town. Further, you can gft as good tea, extracts, sugar, flour. cheese, raisins, and anything necessary in lucky weddings or us as any other place. And when you are in such good luck to get the big girl married off your nanus, malte Her glad by coming to Bowlby & Hall's and buy her a set of diohes, glassware, wash tub., mop stick, pans clothes basket and numerous other things, with groceries and provisions enough to make a good atart in house keeping. At the Wellington Coffee and Spice Mills. By Bowlby & II all. The Greatest Remedy Known. Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption is certainly the greatest med ical remedy ever placed within the reach of suffering humanity. Thous ands of once hopeless sufferers, now loudiv prociHlin their praise for this wonderful discovery to which thevowe their lives. Not only does it positively oire consumption, but coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, hay fever hoarse ness and ail aneciions or the throat. chest and lungs yield at ouce to Its won derful curative powers as if by magic. we do not ask you to buy a large bottle until you know what you are getting. we therefore earnestly request you to call on your druggist and get a trial bottle for ten rents which will convince the most skeptical of it wonderful merits, and show you what a regular one dollar size) bottle will do. Forsale by all druggiets. 9-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. Ask yourselves if you can afford lor tbe sake or saving ou cts., to run tne risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that Shiloh'a Cure will cure your Cough. It never fails. This explains why more than a million bot tles were fold the past year. It relieves Croup, and Whooping Cough, at or.co. Mothers do not be without it. tor lamf Back, Side, or Chest, use Shiloh's l'orous I'laster, bold by II. Cr. Starr & Co. 7 eow-ly(o) Dyspepsia and .Liver Camplaint. Is it not worth the small price of 75c. to free yourself of every sympton of these distressing complaints, if yon think so call at our store and get a bot tle of Shiloh's Vitalizer, every bottle has a printed guarantee on lc, use ac cordingly and if it docs you no good it will cost you nothing, bold by 11. U. Starr & Co. 7 eow-ly(o) We have a speedy and positive cure lor Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Head Ache, in Shiloh's Catarrh Rem edy. A nasal Iujec-tor free with each bottle. u tt if you desire neaiLii ana swe-t breth. Price SOc. Sold by 11. G. Starr & Co. 7 eow-ly(o) Spread the Good News. As a family' medicine and tonic, there is no remedy at present giving such universal satisfaction, and effecting so many astonishing cures, as Electric Bitters. Our druggists renort a livelv demand for them, at times being unable to supply the many calls. All Bilious Attacks. Stomach. Liver and Kldnev Complaints, Diabetes and Gravel, read ily yieu to ineir curative qualities. Sold by all druggists, at fifty cents per bottle. ll-6mfc) How She Saved Money. "For nearly six years my daughter was most of the time on a sick-bed from kidney and other disorders peculiar to women. We bad used up our savings on doctors and prescriptions without any benefit. Our dominie advised us to try Parker's Ginger Tonic, and four bottles en- cted a marvelous cure. As it has been our only medicine since, and a dollar's worth has kept our family well over a year, we have been able to lay by a Hitla money again for a rainy day." A Poor Man's Wife. 27-4 A Good Housewife. The good housewife, when she is giv ing her house its spring renovating, should he:tr In mind Ihnt her dear in mates ot her house are more precious than many houses, and thst their sys tems need cleans;ng by purifying the blood, regulating the stomach and howls to prevent and cure tbo diseases arisintrfrom spt lug malaria and miasma, and she must know t lint there is nothing that will do it so perfectly and surely as Hop Bitters, the purest and best of mcdiciqes.- Concord, N. II. Patriot. Patents. The atamlinfr of altnrnova mirKita. certaincd upon Inquiry at the Patent OHi(H whprrt It U-ill llA fi-himrl thiafc In. qentors may be sure of honorable treat ment anu a sauiitit prosecutor or tneir business by applying to Mr. C. E. Fos ter. 509 Seveinli Street. WnBhincrtnn D C. Applications are presented with a View to SPPIirlllfr hrn:lil n ml valnaHla cl.'iiins, and proiuttly prosecuted. 12tf TgHE ESTEY ORGAN through its intrinsic merit has won a wide popularity. It is univer sally known as combining sweet ness and power of tone, skilled and thorough mechanism, new and elegant designs. t J. ESTEY & CO., Brattleboro, Tt Illustrated Catalogues mailed free to all applicant. BUY ti! ESTEY ORGAIl and you will have A fine aosoitment on exhibition t at my rooms, to whieb ths pub lic are cordially invited. WM. VISCHER, 27 General Manager. "jpTiiiai "nm af; Cheese. Market very qnict and prices unchanged. The quotations are : New, buying (naked) 10,'llc; billing (boxed) 11 12c. Shipments fob Week kttdinq March 22. Cheese. . .2,154 boxes. 83,415 pounds. Butter. . . . 50 pkgs. 2,804 pounds. Grain, Flour and Feed. CORRECTSD WEBELT BT H. B. HAM LW. Flour, per sack (49 lbs).. $1 Buckwh't flour, perewt. 8 Graham flour, per cwt. . 3, Corn meal, per cwt. ... 1 Chop, per cwt. 1. Middlings, per cwt 1. Shorts, per cwt 0. Bran, perewt 0. Oil Meal, per cwt 1. Clover Seed, per bush. . 4. Timothy Seed, per bush. 2. Corn, shelled, per bush. 0. Corn, in ear. per bush. . 0. Oats, per bush 0. .00 1 00 00 .. 10 1 15 10 85 85 40 60 4. 50 40 .80 .90 .50 .50 .40 .00 .00 60 45 45 35 95 00 0 0 0 1 15 Wheat, per bush..' 0. Hay, per ton.. 13. General Produce. CORRBCTSD BT BaLDWIJt, LiXNDOW A CO. Butter, dairy, per 11 $0.10 0.20 Butter, creamery, per B. 0.28 0.30 EsR, per doz 0.13 .... Chiekens.dresscd, per S. 0.07 0.08 Ducks, dressed, per 1t.. 0.10 .... Geese, dressed, per lb.. . 0.05 0.08 Turkeys, dressed, per lb. 0.08 0.10 Beef, per cwt 6.00 6.00 Pork, per cwt 5.00 6.00 Ham, smoked, per S... 0.10 .... Potatoes, per bush 0.65 0.75 Beans, per bush 1.60 2.00 Apples, (-Teen, per bush. 0.20 0.25 Apples, dried, per lb. ... 0.03 .... I am making preparations to build a new brick store on my present location, and conse quently will mo.ve into the building occupied as meat mar ket, across the street, second door west of Bank. From this time until I move my goods I shall offer 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 b ,b b b b b b b SPRIMG, 488i I have now a complete assort ment of NOVELTIES for the Spring trade, and cor dially invite the inspection inspection of purchasers. ft. S. HOLLEIJBAGH. We have a large stock of In Terry and raw and spun silks. Xadies folding dockers in pattern brussels and pattern velvet. in rattan and imitation bamboo. Ladies' "Writing Desks, T7ork Tanles, Foot Stools, &c, &o., tc. Nice line of Walnut, Ebony and Gilt Stands and Pedestals, Cylinder Cases, Sideboard, nail Racks, Library Tables, - - and the usual stock of CHAMBER . WARE SUITS A FROM 25 to $125. UNDERTAKING. ' Special attention will be Riven to this department. We keep a large varietv of Caskets, Cuflln, Burial Ro!cs, etc., constantly on hand, Bodirs placed in our charge will be kept any reasonable length of time. A Hearse and attendant in readiness at all times. A. G. & G. L. COUCH. Wei-tSide South Maine Street, Wel lington, Ohio. UNCLE ROBINSON, Jalsr, aafeiUansr tai fiaily hcr. All kinds of Fruits and Vege tables in their season. Fresh Bread every day, and Rolls, Buns, Biscuit, etc?, made in quantities to order, together with, all kinds of Cakes, Crackers, etc I am also prepared to serve warm meals at all hours in the most improved style. or lunch of cheese, sa mines, cold beef, cold ham, beef tongue, lobster, oyster. All kinds of canned fruit, canned vege table", In fact, almost everything in my line. Choice brands of t ibacco and cigars always in stock. Remember tbe old stand, south side Liberty Street. r l ours, truly, ' B. J. S02INS02T. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. . . The best salve In the world for cats. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chnppeii nanus, cnuibialm. corns, and all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is guaranteed to itive perfect satisfaction in every esse or money re funded. ' l'rice 2o cents per box. For sale by all druggists. 8-ly Hair Goods. . Mrs. K. P. Bnird Is prepared to do all kinds of Hair Work. Cleansing and re pairing Switches on short notice. Keeps on sale Switches. Curls, Puffs, Crimping Pins, Invisible Hairpins, etc. WIHH Now is the BALDWIN, LAUNDON & CO.'S 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' chiefs, at all prices. A large variety of Fancy Boxes. A large 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. Pane? fcoc!OX?F &y tdo OcO, In Dress Ooc&j, Black Caa)hmerii Cheaper than ever. JAME STOWN ALPACAS, A new lot just received. HoDicry, Gloves, Dittoes and Para Will be sold cheap, to close. In ' ; '..,4 We are prepared to If we cannot sell you we will of charge. J. W. H0TJ&HT0N, -DiiLR nr- Patent' Medicines, Dye Stuffs, Trusses, and Shoulder Braces. cmorsccs ail oi mc aiauuauu guuua, of Manufacturers. We keep a TI1j11W consisting of the finest and best Perfumes, Soaps, Cosmetics, Hair Brashes, ' Tooth Brushes, Combs, Mirrors, etc., which are all first-class goads, . - and which will be sold very low. Our stock of " , will be closed oat at actual cost, and will afford all an opportunity to par- -"' chase at a bargain. We have also a very large line of the - ': best manufacturers of mm, -. tmrn . mm. m mmmM which we are offering at a great reduction all warranted. A fine stock of for medicinal purposes only. We cordially invite the public to call and '.. examine our goods, confident that we can show them As Good Goods and as Low ; Prices as any house in the State can afford. West side iPublic Souare, Wellington, Ohio. " "1 DaoBxaaa vs. U!t. Mas. A. Scott, - 1 mm visit to add av teatlmoDT. with many or nv friends Ta this town. Perhaps It mar oa of um to roar patients. 1 will nere state tnai yonr rvuaoiv our. i:ure" has cured me from my constant waarina disease of the throat and chest, which I never expect ed to be free from. After I had taken jaar medicine a few months mjr ambition crew stronaer, aad at tha end of the rear I was restored to good health, i gained . 1 . T 1 hnll tn4.Kr.. 1 f ttnnr , 'Sara Cure." C M. BKXNKT r. Key Port. i. Mas. A. Scott: t h.v nt Mmfldenc In vonr medicine. If v limn and chest bare troubled ma for Jre.rs, from which I had failed to obtain relief, and your reliable 'dura Cure" Is tbe best remrdjr that I have erer fount, and would cheerfully recommend it to all afflicted with acco disease. JAMKS LKWUJ, Wellington, Ohio. Forth. Throat, Chest 8s Lug's. GREATEST RKMEDT EVER KNOWN. By Mrs. A. SCOTT, Wellington, O. . . 25 cenU per bottle. S5-ly nam tMBiBMt aft l :tna 3miiial Waaj-neaa plmplra'snil Impure blood, loaa of lay. partial tmpotenoa, aislrasslna Dbrhtamlaalona,aiM many vita; evlla reaoltlnc from awiosa o Youth ana saasisas " ZZZOZX la prematura iuj aua.M..iu. -- ? ' la Ban- . Tretatlaa) on Marvouo Dbllltvnaod llstof questions sent In plain sealed aarelope on receipt of twos-pent at I two s was aampo. NO lP.TiriBIU'IID-8 time, and and gentlemen's Silk Handier Qoofl Drarcolcal give good bargains. " I " give you some low prices free BALDWIN, L&l'KDOX & Co. uu u iicsut vcuig jjuivoucu uucil vi full line at all times. We have (BdD'dD'UD T SIT Wftl If HIIHT TETJSSES Bava you seen the aew Ti uases recently pat on ta market by tbe Celluloid a Hiss K rasas Tatraa ' Co.. of Ktv York City? They require so leaathy cer tiorates sny man ot ordinary Intelligence can sea that they are the moat sensible, aa well aa tha finest appli ances for the Relief and Cure of Hernia. yet Invented. Itothtnc can equal them lor llsalnsaa . efficiency and comfort. For Sal by J. W. HOUQHTON, . WaXLIKOTOK. OHIO Zlealtb. is Wealth! Da. K. c. Wbsts Hbbtb an Bans Tiuranrr, a apeelSe for Hyttaria, Olssmeaa, Convmslons, Nerv ous Headache. Mental Depression, Loaa of Memory, Spermetorrhtn, Impotency, Involuntary Emissions, Prematura Old A e, caused by orer-ezertloa, self abase, ororer-ladulirence, which leads to misery and death. One box will cure recent cases. Each box contains one month's treatment. One dollar a boa. or -alz buzea for fire dollars; sent by mat: prepaid on re aelptof price. Weanarantee alx boxes to ear sny case. With each order received by us for alx boxes, accompanied with Are dollara. we will send the pnr-ehas- r our written guarantee to return the money If the treatment does not effect a core. Onarantt ea Is sued only when the trestment Is ordered direct from as. Address JOHN C. WEST CO.. Bora PBoprletora. 181 Its W. atadlsoa St.. Chicago, III. BoM by aU ' drnirsists. 8TEONO, CuBB A CO.. Wholesale Areata. Cl-TeUad. Ohio. WOOBTSB ADAMS, Acaats, Welllnaton, Ohio 47-ly fa tuRofnrs l LI O Twuas. JH