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" If yon want a stylish, nobfcy,
good fitting rait, overcoat, hat, or Test, don't fail to call on Fitch and examine his stock before you throw your money away elsewhere. Ladies all wool scarlet ;nnder wear, at Fitch's. A large assortment of Boys un derwear, at Fitch's. Ladies' underwear, 60 per cent wool, for 60 centa, at Fitch's. Ladies good rests and pants, 40 cents. . Business suits form a very in teresting part of our stock ; but if we undertook to describe a frac tional part of our superb display, you would not read it all. , It is sufficient to say that we have everything in this iine, and we guarantee the prices to be lower than all others. "We can fit the slimmest dwarf or the most corpulent giant. Come and see us. A new lot of very nobby HATS just received at Fitch's. . Those nobby Suits were cut by Mr. Tissotf and even the critics cannot suggest any improvement. mm Bit t$ss than cost, at fitch's. jZbu m'tl find an im mense stock of Overcoats at fitch's. JSis prices are the lowest. - dfeir Cloaks and Dot tnans will be dosed out ! " 'M BUI&! - t business and Pleasure. VTtssb nl after this M an boUcss of as lei Islam eds X arte, oi every klma, whisk have for iBalr r object Iba utli ef uq, will to charged for a tafivJar loaal rataa. OOWaary aad artw aotlcaa, sad all local aatlcas which an aaral MWI mailer, will to, M keratorara. awbushed frea. TW ratsa for loael aotlees arai Taw eaata a Has for th raft laeeitlii. tad Seraa eaau a 11a for aach nb kualoa type. Mane, if UN re VomM. an ram WTeral wees witaowt chaaaa, they will a aet la Brarlar typa. aolld, aa a MacUaa will to dram froaa thee rates. I Price at Harrej'a. 13 Truaia and Valise cheaper than vr at - OtUrbwekar'a. 9 The boat works of J. Q. Holland for aala at Houghton., AsaUtaat aculptor wanted. On who la 4 quick and correct at iffnre preferred. Tor Holiday Gifts call oa A. Q. Q.L Coach. 13 The Be Hire la th place to any Christ Baa present. . 1 J. K. Kifccer Is rscalvlnf hla mi atock of good. ' 9 -A stroke of Uehtalns; awaerauy aparca lb rod and spoils the hows. Don at Mrs. A. H. Palmer's, tram a XteUa to on Dollar. 10 Call and and a that ale lob lining at Otterbecker'a. 9 J. H. Krleger kaa 1000 feet of picture snouldla-. 9 Th we- of &la ia Death, and the loa der U that &la doesat strike tor higher lrages. Tow eaa lad a Present for everybody at A. Gv. a . Coach's. 19 A fla Una of Geata' Neckwear at Har TtT. 19 A largo assortment of Spectacle, at HoughUnV. tha of&o leeker who get nothing ia what la good for him and erectly what ha la good tor. TwelT different kinds of Lap Kobe a OtteTbacher'a. 9 Walt for H.G. Starr A Co.' diaplay, be fore porehaaUr Holiday Free en U. 12 Headquartere for Baata Oana, at tha Be Hlye. 13 in miaola Behoolaalatraaa declined to asair her torer becaoaa aha wasted to elope and had no parent to elope troaa. Our Baa of folding Chalra la complete atA.Q.AQ.L.Coueh'a. 19 The hlghett price la eaah paid tor acrap Ira at Bennett Broa. Toundry. 30 Hare yo aeea tha Monk Box to be gl Tea awayU H. G. Btarr Co.'T , 19 The man who has half an hoar to spare generally drop la and occupies a half hoar that belong to aome other amaa. Get the picture yoa hare of Pre. Garfield framed at J. M. Kriecera. A. nice aaaortaaaat ot Hats, Flumes, etc. mi Vrm A TT Palmar. Pllgj War tea aoaablw. 10 Orer four hundred pair of Vases to select from, at the Bee HIT. 19 -Brlagham Young neoulred tha Utla ot I general from having been called BriggT. dear. so often by hie aamerou wires. One plain ' price ia the winner, aad Ear. vy geto it 1 Do not forget, the place to boy Christ mas presents la at the Bee Hive. 13 Lrppiaeotts Biographical Dictionary, at Hough ton's. To avoid being cheated la a hone trade, be snre th vour horse U worth less. This simple role never tails. 50 Ladies Knit Hoods reduced from 1-25 down to S3e at J. M. Erleger'a. ' 9 Look at Ottrbckara show window aad see the taeatloi of leather Glove aad Mit tens is market V A Library ot Travel edited by Bayard Taylor, en exeeDeat Christmas gift, at Houghton's. A medical student say that h haa never been able to discover the bone ot eoateatloa, and desire to know It tt la aot Bear tha Jaw bone. AU Goods marked la plain fig-ares, at Harvey's. U Lamps, at the Bee Hive are lower than rer. Call aad look at them. IS . A compU-te history of the English Poets by T. H. Ward, at Houghton's. News comes that the late rains have seriously affected the maccaront crop this year, ao that tt will be Impossible to mow tt before AprO. Oysters always on hand, HIT. at the Bee 13 Geata' Mnfflsra la great variety, tor Holi day trade, at Harvey's. ; j IS Twenty-fire more ot t!oae Light Running . Domes tie Sewing Machine Just received by a. P. Hastings for the holiday trade. 13 A mtle child was addressed by a gentle man the other day. How old are yon, my deerf he ssaed, Oht laid the child lnfttgnant- ly. I'malte new. , If yoa want aa Overcoat, doat tail to see the figures that Harvey ma kaa. 13 Good Tar for trimming Cloaks, Dolmans, eta., cheap as the cheapest, at Mrs. A. H. Palmer's. 10 That ftOe Tea still hold oat, and a pres ent given to every purchaser of one pound, at the Bee Hive. . . 13 Is your father a Christian? said a gentle. maa to a little boy oa one occasion. Tea air, said the boy; bat I believe he has aot worked much at tt lately. ' Toot Boys can boy their clothing at Har vey's, oa price. u Pis Confectionary for the Holiday trade. at the Bee Hive. w Do aot purchase your Holiday Goods matil you hsv sees what H. B. Btarr Co. have to show yon. 1 . Th Philadelphia Americas aays si sag 1 the destroyer of conversation. Ton bet it Is, aad the American people should ait dowa oa it with esaphaela. W shall open a Baa of Holiday Present oa Saturday Dae. 10th that will surpass all past effsrU, H. O. Starr Co,. 13 Telescopes, Reading Glasee,Mlcroeops sad aQ kinds of Optical Goods, at Hough ton's - risely re-tonchod snd nicely burnished jotgrmph for $LfiO per dosen, at Halne' Gallery, ovr Hrocks Grocery Btoe. 00 Just rreelTed, another load of that chest. But taaned leather at OUerbacker's. Now is th time to order your haraeaa. A useful Christsaaa praeent would be a Printed Dinner Set. Ton can find lots ot than at the Be Hire. 19 The average Ufa of a circus actor la 40 Tears. The a re rax life of a circus Joke ia 950 Tears. The latter ia worked to death, nearly erery year too. For a nice Christmas present, by a Print ed Chamber Bet, at tha Be Hire. 19 Tha Americas and English Poets I cheep and durable binding, at Houghton's. The newest colors are the rose regesce, a very delicate pink, the Stephanie, a soft silver gray, and a doll ugly shade ot oIIt, which la called tunlslaa green. Our usual fine line ot Groceries always on hand, at th Bee Hire. 19 A Pictorial History of V. B. with In steel engraving and haadaomely bound, at Houghton's. The young couple who talked too much at tha opera live in a boarding-hooa and hare not sufficient opportunities tor courting at noma. People sitting neat them aoflered. Coma early and .select your presents for Christmas. Do not wait until the last saoment, tor we shall then be busy, at the Be Hive. 19 J. W. Houghton has the choicest assort ment of books ever brought to Weill nrtoo. . Wanted TamUy Bowing by Hra. Tulp, at Mrs. Whitehead's, Courtland Ats. Price reasonable, and the best ot reference given. Ladies wishing work win dad tt satiafactorDy done. BaJlora frequently mutiny for an Increase la their allowance of grog, and bread riots are of common occncmcc; but the only strike tor water on record was when Moses smote the rock. " In selecting Holiday gift do not forget to call at Houghton's, West side Public Square. Greet Bargslne Por the next Thirty dsya I wUl sell any or all of mv stock of Clothing at coat. Come and examine for your aire before purchasing elsewhere. 8. W. AanoLD. Wellington, Nov. 23, 1881. 10 The only man we know ot who doeant want the credit for the work be doee Is the burglar. He is quite willlnr that aome other fellow should have the nam of dulng his work. . , t . Bible Gallery, illustrated by Gustavo Dora, also Milton's Paradise Loot, Illustrated by tha same artist can be found at Hoagh tosT A pretty Christmas gift for a lady ons of those elegant boxes of do stationery, which can be found at Houghton's Drug and Book store. West aide Public Square. t The growing custom ot wearing mourn ing for a deceased sweetheart should be dis couraged. When half a dosea different girls appear ia black at a young man's funeral the aiiualitin Is embarrassing. One of Sswtell's Glee pictures, which he will take for yoa any bright day, needs oaly ooe ot those new style Velret Trainee 1 1! -. T7aaK,amV. ,n am.lra a (Ttirfafc. ... member Tuur .mii. ht4.lv nrta. ' What la wine made ofT aaked s teacher Oi JpannT sisaiewp, wnw mw nawa Ton ought to know, for last summer I saw yoa climbing over a fence to get Into a grape arbor. What did yon get there A licking. Otterbaeker haa purchased the stock ot Mr. T. Medager, who haa been carrying on a harness shop at AbbeyvIUe, Medina County, aad engaged him to work In hla shop. His friends from Madias Conay are requested to call on him ia hla aew quarters. Anything la tha line of hla trade will be furnished by Mr. Otterbaeker at lowest prices. 10 An old-fashioned lady wants to know why tha graduates of Yaaaar and other fa male colleges always have their agea printed after their names la re porta ot alumni meet- rlngt Miss smith. President fTO;) Miss Jones. Vice-President r68;) Miss Robinson, secretary 1790 etc, etc What would be more acceptable to a lady for a holiday present thaa a "Light Running Domestic or a 'New Home" Sewing Machine? Call at 8. P. Hastings rooms, in Benedict' Block, where yoa will nd the largest aasortmont of machine this aids ot Cleveland, and aa low prices as can be had of aav other agent. 10 ZrOCal and MiSCellaneOUS Daniel Wilson, 90 year old, died at River BtTl.NovJBd. - KevaV Daily aad Ward exchanged pulpit Suaday evening. Mr. HoUenbsch's eldest daughter, wbo haa had scarlet fever, la reported doing welL Mr! aad Mr. Ashley Bawson, ot Grafton, spent th Bsbbath with their aunt, Mrs. H- 8. Smith. - ? The Ladies Missionary aad Aid Society met last week, at Mis. J. M. Krleger, oa Taylor St The funeral seryices of Mr. Mary A. Wei- land, daughter of Isaac Jones were held Sunday afternoon. Over 1109 people attended th concert of th Annl Louise Cary Company given at Obrlln a week ago. Over nfty head of poultry were taken from a Strongvlll hen-house one night lately, taking all th owner had. ' Sev. Mr. N:lea, ot Canton, a young minis ter haa beea spending: a fortnight with his anst, Mrs. 3. H. Wight. A large sewer pip factory la to be built at TaUmadgs, Summit Co., to replace the on burned some three or four years ago. B. Wlndecker U home from New Tork where h. has been th. second Um. this Fall I buying foe his firm. Bald win, Laundon A Co. Bar. Mr. Albright, of the First M. X. Church ia not so wall this week, aad a llttl child of th family ia now sick. Wooster Republican. Willie, the youngest son of C N. Christie, died Sunday morning, after several weeks Ulses resulting from diptheria. Bis funeral occured at their horn Tuesday. Peter Ackermen, who was ehot when attempting to burglarise A. M. Fitch's store laat Sprisg, was lately brougui into eour i Bri Ps., a raving manic The bullet was ex tracted from his head not long since, but the brain la still affected and th ehsrtff at Crie was Instructed to ask tha boy's friends, at Maaaleld, to ear for him and tt they do not to aead him to an asylum. Vra. Lawia Bennett, whose Qlnoas we I noticed a month ago, in till an invalid. Mr. and Mrs. O. t. West reached home oa Batorday having vialted many friends In varioua Western 8tatea. Irwin Fisher sick with typhoid fever for weeks past is reported better, bat his recov ery ia considered doabtfmL Myron T. Herrick, Xsq. Is receiving con gratulatlona of his friends over that week old boy ot hla.-Cleveland Voice. W. A. Harding, a leading hardware merchant ot Waoster, ill for several days with inlamatioa of tha stomach, died very unexpectedly, Suadsy morning. With more room and better facilities than aver before for a to ring and dlsolaylng a largo stock ot goods, J. W. Houghton larUe the public to call aad see what ha haa for tha Holiday trade. Miss A J. Bprague, slater of and for years a teacher with Bupt. M. A Bprague of the Berea Union Schools, waa married Not. 80th, at the residence of her brother, to Mr. Luth er Bralnard, of Brooklyn. . , . Sherman Johnson la trying to walk with crutches. Friday night, slipped and fell breaking open tha first fracture shore the knee, which had recently, knit together, a misfortune which will retard his recovery soma weeks.. v J. H. Wight, Jeweller, moved Batorday from J. W. HoQffhton'e building, one aide of which he had weeupled since he drat cam to tows twenty-two years aro last October.to his new store betwwea J. H.:WooUeye sad the Post Office. ; ,,.. . ' The entertainment next Wednesday and Thursday erenlnga, at the Congregational Church promisee to be a very unique and Interesting affair. The f committees . who have la charge the various booths will ensure th success ot each. I J - - i All who are Interested la Missionary work, wOl be specially anxious to assist the cause by giving their patronage to the entertain ment Monday aad Tuesday evenings. And those who have giTen no particular attention to these Christian enterprises are eare to be entertained in a literary aad social way. " W. H. Btronp has girt a -such aatisfacUoa as a teacher of the BpenceVHlgh School the Fall teravOihlChet of resolutions certifying to his efficiency were adopted, aad it was publicly moved that they be sent to the WnixistOToa KTxnraisB for publication. Oar columns ' are too crowded for further mention than the above. 1117,000 in railroad bonds were stolen from the CommercUrKatlonal Bank in Cleveland about soon, Saturday, when the attention of the President, Daniel P. Zens, was momen tarily occupied by a gentleman friend. The bonds wereteke away la a pasteboard box into which the gentlemanly thief saw Mr. Bella place them. f . When the choir strike; ttp an anthem ia which they rrtlrl"n "Hoer beautiful! how beautiful !! about a doses times with in creasing emphasis, oa us sophisticated little tot thinks they refer to aome youag ladles resplendent In feather aad fur who are com ing up the 'alsla, and that the remark timely aad complimentary. ; v The moving and putting In place the two heaTT sates of X: H. Wight and J. W. Hough ton. was not a piece or worn; uaacoiuu u. anade light of- The dog. la fuU sympathy geaerel anxiety,, and at a loaa to BAmnrehend lust what waa going on, nke some ot the small boy spectators was slwsys lost In the track whea a change of base waa accessary. He U still trotting back and forth between his old quarters aad the new with a bewildered countenance and dejected, home sick air. Every merchant la town ia annoyed by the lawlessness aad freedom ot children who soil tbeir gcod by handling things they hare no Intention ot baying. Some of them do aot heed a gentle request, bat have to be spoken to repeatedly aad sternly before they pay the slightest attention. Children with eleaa hands aad who wish to inform uem aelves so ss to choose wisely, when they make theit little investments are always welcome. - Concert. - - At aome time in the near future, pro bably tho Friday evening before. New Year's, the Choir of the M, E. Church, under the leadership of Mr. W. 8. Franks, will give a Concert, the proceeds of which will go toward the purchase of a fountain for the Sabbath school room soon to be fin ished. Mr. Franks has generously pled- ged himself to secure the fountain, and takes Uua pleasant ana entertaining -way or securing k. tie is guw iu be haa lue promisea pupport ui jur. kw Mrs. MeteslL-Mr. and .Mrs. Jay Woolley, Mies Natelle Rlninget and Miss Alice WoostetyaU of whom will be given a wel come hearing by theit many friends who have before heard them.' The purchase of the fountain, when it shall have been sec ti ed, will be owing almost wholly to the enterprise of Mr. Franks, assisted by those who have so kindly promised to help him and who know to well how to entertain with gladsome happy song. Let all lover of good music, and of a good cause, bear In mind the coming Conceit and give Mr. Franks and his friends a full house. Fur ther sad more explicit notice will be given in an early issue of the Ektkbpwsbv. Big Besulta From Little Causes. Do yoa know?" remarked a man to his friend on Chestnut Street, a day or two since, " I believe both Conkllng nd Piatt had a bad case of skin disease when tbev resigned I" "what makes ,nu think aot" Inquired the listner In astonishment. "Well; yu e they acted in s-ich an eruptive manner so rasbs-lyaa It were. Save? "Oh I yes, I a " refilled the other, "they were boll Ing over and merely resigned to humor themselves, l oppose. ' - Je th . case,tbe ' NUonef difficulty mia ht have been averted by applying Swayne's Ointment for skin diseases. a-a . ' Attention. There will be a meeting of the Lorain County, Farmers' Institute, at the Opera House, in Elyria December 14 and 15 1881. A good time is expected. All Interested are invited to be present. -i i Bi Mothkbs Don't Kkow How many children punished for being uncouth. willful aad Indifferent to Instructions or rewards, simply because they are out of health! An Intelligent lady said of a child of tnls kind : " Mothers should know that if they would give the little one moderate doses of Hop Bitters for two or three weeks, the children would be all a parent could desire." 11-S NEWS OF TIIE WEEK. waiter From All Quartan. CCTTKAinS TBUAL. a as SB CrlamlmaJ Cwwr November SO. Guitesa waa again placed oa the stand and continued the narra Ureof his lira. He gave his experiences la trying to ieeture. On on occasion he tried to laetureaa-einst Bob InrersoU wbo was to de- Uver a la Mature asva aeu, www no i"" i) proposed to lecture oa he exlatence of a bell. aue mm found, however, people very ready to pay fifty cent to hear that tnere was noheuTtW woiWn t pay a oentto heewthat SmJJwiT; helL The prisoner said he made his first application for ofnc soon after Ueo- I &oir.!.V.eouto!ArrS"fl r'neer. showJ that defease b, fortmce was at leisure. " eald Oulteau, "1 ahook bands I Uoos aad torpedoes Is the only one which la with him aad banded him my speeoa on wdjob was written, -rani uonsuuuup. no nw at once. 1 left aim reading tae speeon, ana . tha oniv interview I ever baa wiia President Oarneld. I wish to state bere that my getting office or not i-wttln- offloe bad nothing whatOTer to do with my removing the President. That was the sot of an inspiration, and waa done as a political necessity." The prisoner then related his experience at the Btat Department, and bia Interviews with Secretary ilsiM' describing, as he termed it, the modus operandi of getting at tae Secretary of State. The witness then described his last Interview with Blaine, who rather hurt hla feellnire by his abrupt manner, which waa so la contrast with his previous cordiality. The witness taen determined to see the President, and with considerable exoitemrat related hla efforts to do so. The witness continued: "The party was at loggerheads, and I got very much worried orer It. I wrote several notes to the President telling him something must be done, but he paid no attention to It. I kept worrvina- over the politioaJ aituation, and I knew this Nation waa eomlna to grief. Uad deoly, oa Wednesday evening after Conkllng's resla-natioa, be thous-at if President Oarneld were out or ta war au wouia r . tried to shake It off. but It grew. In a fortnight's time It had become a fixed resolve. n n kaa doubtad alnos that time, about the first ot June, tbst be was Inspired. He ' uoo II uiroeiu werv rid of him in necessary to aave the Nation from ruin. I anew ue lAtd amntoved mebeoause he alwavs emptors the beat material. I felt that the Lord wanted me to do tt to advertise my book." No allusion was made by the witness to the Immediate In cidents of the shooting. Shortly after one o'clock Mr. boo villa finished the direct exami nation and rave the witness over to the prose cution for eross examination. The prisoner bore the examination with considerable self possessiou, although he occasionally got ;flur rtedand excited. Court adjourned with Guit- Dbcxmbkk 1. The croes-examination ef Qutteau waa resumed. Judge Porter began a rapid fire of liiterrosratloas. eliciting from the prisoner In his several replies that physlo auy he was a coward, and always kept away from danger. Morally he was as brave as a lion, when he thought the Deity was back of him. In his opinion the doctors killed the President. The acts of Jones and Mason in attempting to kill him were wrong, and they nsht to be punished, unless they eaa show that they were lnaplred by the. Deity. The witness soon showed eigne of impatience and excitability, and. striking his open hand upon the desk, emphasised every sentence uttered. When pressed for answers, he finally became obstinate and shouted -to Judge Porter: -I know you well, and know blgrer men than you are. Tve seen you shake your finger at witnesses In New York, but you can t scare me," and shortly after, when asked If he be lieved in the ten commandments, he reepond ' ed In the afflrmative; and if he believed that the commandment, "Thou Shalt not kill," ought to reed In his ease, " Thou Shalt kilt, be beoame exceedingly violent and refused to discuss that matter at all. There was no mur der In his case and no killing. It was simply for the jury to determine whether or not his act In removing the President was in spired by th Deity or not. It was all non aense to spilt hairs any longer over that word. It must be distinctly understood tnat th removal of the President wss the aet of the Deity. The witneas proved deolded ly obstinate, and after flatly oontradlcting the testimony ef General Xogan, Colonel Reed, and eeveral other witnesses, he posi tively refused to answer several questions, his Invariable response being: "I decline to discus that with you." The witness seemed to be greatly annoyed by Judge Porter's habit of pointing his nnirer at him, as he frequently old by way of emphasising his interrogatories. Be was permitted to lndubre his paaatoo for salklnar and Juda-e Porter attempted to lead aim from his theory of Inspiration, but while he was often flurried and thrown from the track he kept In sifrht of his chosen character of aa-ent of use Deity. The examination was narked by a persistent but rather wandering Inquiry on one aide, and by wild Inveotlve, petulant declamation and Impudent replies apoa ta other. . 0XCKXBZR 8. The croes-examina-tton ot Oulteau waa resumed and continued until nearly two o'clock, when Mr. Soovllle made a short redirect examination and was followed by cross-examination by Mr. Dav Idge, when at half-past two th prisoner was excused, after being three days on the stand. During th examination the prisoner wss aa obstreperous as ever. He continually ex pressed his arrogance and diasmst at the ques tions asked and In tones ot mockery responded to many of the lnterroratioiia. Again and again he asserted the partnershlu between himself and th Deity, said he believed in the doctrine of predestination, and that he was as much a man of destiny as the Savior, or Paul, or Luther or any of those relia-tous men." When pressed closely at times he took up a paper and read without paying attention to the pro ceeding. Soovllle called Dr. Alexander Hall, of Columbus, Ohio, wbo testified to seeins; the prisoner there some three or four years ago. The prisoner was then ens-sged In the lauda ble antarnriae ot trvlna- to lecture on theolonr and to seu an Inspired volume of his own au taorship. snd which he said was one of the nest literary productions that ever emanated from an Inspired pen. I am aorry to oontra- from an Inspired pen. -1 am sorry to oontra Stct you," Interposed the prisoner, "but 1 never eaia so. ji, wnn m -jtobhw versstions with him and waa under the im Session (which he expressed to his friends at e time) that the prisoner was a lunatic Hoo vlii called Bmory A. Htorra, Charles B. Far well and other witnesses, but aa none of them responded the court adjourned. DcCKMBBa 3. Emory A. Storm, of Chicago, testified that he knew the prisoner m that etty by eight, aa a young lawyer. He saw aim perhaps a dosea times at the National Republican Committee rooms in Mew Tork during the late Presidential can vas. The prisoner came up to him aieefully, and patting him on the shoulder, said: You are oa the right track." Witneas never saw Oulteau doing anything at the committee rooms exoept readina- papers. He seemed to have no especial employment. In April he saw the prisoner at -Washlna-ton. Oulteau eald he was golna- to have the Austrian mission. The witness told him the plaoe was an Important sua and in Blaine' line and that he (Blair) was known as a politician. The prisoner re plied thst he was solid with Blaine." The witness thought the conversation waa leading up to a request lor mm (tae wnneaai m -rmn Blaine ta Guiteau'a Interest snd forestalled It by savins that hla relations with Blaine were such that he could not possibly aid him (tae prisoner) la any war. 1B witness naa ionneu aa opinion Be tO WUI1W1 BNUt HH UU oold no : press sn opinion as to his sanity or Insanity. His impression was taat uuitemu Bad an ill hajanaed mind: In common narianoe. Ibal he did not have good common sense." Upon pros examination the witness s-Ud be never saw snythina- In Oulteau to Indicate that he could not distinguish between right and wrong. Be never saw anything In the eonduct of the prisoner that would indicate that he did not know the difference between guilt or in pooenoe. and never aaw anvtbins to Indicate that he would not be responsible for crime. Edward Daniels testified to Oulteau's peculiar religious view and hla Impression was that he was eraxy. Senator Davis, of Illinois, was questioned aa to the political situation at the time of the assassination, Soovllle stating that he would give his reason for this line of examination In the argument. W ben Bailey, the District Attorney's stenog rapher was put upon the stand, Oulteau be cause excited, and ensured the witness with coming to him as a New York HeraU reporter and trtcklnjr him Into an Interview, the notes of which were used br the District Attorney. Bailey afterward made una report from his note for th New Tork Heraid, and Oulteau wanted to know what he received for It- It was Anally brought out that Bailey had been given S500. The prisoner was worked up con siderably and contradicted the witness, accus ing; aim of perpetrating a fraud upon him. Bailey denied emphatically that be had repre sented himself to Oulteau as a Herald corre spondent or tricked him In any way. The pris oner read a list of names of persons he want ed subpoensed to snow the political condition of the country laat aprln. The names were: President Arthur General Grant, Ex-Senator Conkllng and Piatt, Messrs. Jewell, Kobertson and Dorsey, and Senators Jones and Logan. Also Bennett, of the Herald, Reid, of the Trib une. Jones, of the Times, Dana, of the Sun, and Hulbert of the World, Gorham, of the Waaaingtnn KrpuMiran, Hutchins, of the Washington Fust, and William Peon Nixon, of the Chicago Inttr-Ocn. No attention was paid to the request. Soorille said he hsd Is sued a subpana for President Arthur, but did not oar tu bare him summoned until he bad seen him personally, and had directed th Marshal to that effect. There being no other witnesses the court adjourned. WaSHINKTOX. ArrOIHTMEKT CLKHK LAhTPBXRB, of the Treasury Department, waa discharged by Becretarr Folser on the Sd, because of bis connection with Irregularities ot the Custodi an's Ofuee, and James B. Butler, of Idaho, formerly United Btetes District Attorney of that Territory, was appointed In his place. . Secbktakt Folgek has issued an order discontinuing the United States Depos itory stTuscoD, Arizona. Sbcbbtabt or War Liwcolw, in his ssnusl report, calls the atteatioa of Congress to the need of legislation to prevent Intrusion upon Indian lauds, especially from Ssasaa Into the Indian Territory. General Sher man's recommendation that th army be In creased to 80.000 men receives Secretary Lin coln's earnest Indorsement. Especial atten tion Is also called to that part of the report of General Wright, Chief of Xngtneera, which - " -. ----- refers to our sea coast defenses, end on toil subject the report ssrs : "The Chief of En kt pracUcabla tor a coast as extended as oars, comprising so many rich maritime cities, extenslTe navy yards and depots of supply that any attempt at any other mode of defense would be enormously ex pen tire both m..h.i...., for first cost and cost of maintenance, and It ia the only mode adopted by maritime aa tions. Experience show that modern wars come oa suddenly that serioos International d spates occnr between nations, relations of which are apparently most unlikely to be oth erwise than friendly, and that the conditions of read ness for defense and an attitude of belligerency are sometimes tha best prevent ives from actual war. W know thst the nec essary new works for the proper mod ill cation ot oar old works will require many yean for their completion, and It seems simply a mat ter of common prudence thst we commence without delsy, and, ander liberal appropria tions, put our coast la aa efficient condition of defense." Thx Republican canons, on the 3d, nominated the following candidates tor the vartoos elective offices of the House: Speak er, Joseph Warren Kelfer, or Ohio; Clerk, Edward McPherson, of Pennsylvania; oer-KBaat-at-Arms, George W. Booker, of Ver mont; Doorkeeper, Walter P. Browalow, ot Tennessee; Postmaster, Harry Sherwood of Michigan; Chaplain, Rev. Frederick D. Pow er, ot Washington. Keller, for Speaker, was nominated on the sixteenth ballot. J. Hyatt Smith, the Iodependeat Congressman from Brooklyn, N. T., attended the caucus. The Democratic members nominated the old offi cers of the House, from Speaker Randall down, for re-election to their respective posi tions. Th Greenback member also held a caucus and nominated Nicholas Ford, of Mis souri, for Speaker; Gilbert De LaMatyr, of Indiana, for Clerk of the House; Lee Craa- dall of Washington, D. C, for cergeant-at-Arms; H. Martin Williams, of Missouri, for. Doorkeeper, and W. H. C Moore, of Fenn sylvsnls, for Poslmsster. Eightt-six. National banks were or ganised during the year ending November 1, 1881, with an aggregate authorised capital of $9,951,061, to which $5,233,580 In circulating Bote waa Issued. This la the largtet anmber of basks organised In any year since lbTi Twenty-six banks with an aggregate capital of $2,020,000 and a circulation of $1,245,530 voluntarily discontinued business during the year. National banks are located ta erery 8tate of the Union except Mississippi, and In erery Territory -except Arisona. The total number In operation oa October 1 laat was 3,132, the greatest number of banks In opera tion at any on time. Comptroller Kkox aays the amount of coin aad currency in the eoautry, Norem bsr 1, was $1,455,631,602. THE EAST. At Ithaca, N. T., on the 1st, steam and hot liquid carelessly turned into a rat ia a paper mill, which two workmen were cleaning, scslded one to death aad probably mortally Injured the other. Ik a fire at Scran ton. Fa., on the 1st two old ladles, named McCarty and Reed, were horned to death. At a meeting ot the Philadelphia Peace Society oa the 2d capital punishment wss denounced and the subject ot th com mutation of the death sentence It passed on Gultean waa debated noon. . At New York on the 2d Willie Blake, aged three, poured kerosene oil over aa In fant brother In a cradle and then aet fire to the fluid, and the child horsed to death. Jobx Hiluaro, President of the Mechanics' and Laborer' Bank, Jersey City, N. J., which suspended Novembers, 1878, has been convicted ef conspiracy to defraud aad sentenced to eighteen month in the State prison. The court room was crowded with depositors, and the sentence was applauded. HUllard broke down on hearing the sentence and his wife fainted. Thx steamship St. Germain, which arrived at New Tork City oa the 2d. had oa board Carl Benjamin Dunkel, an alleged con firmed criminal, shipped to the United States by th authorities of the commune of Bother, lagan, Switzerland. Collector Robertson seat aa officer to the vessel who served pa pers oa the Captain, that be would b re fated permission to allow Dunkel to land, and In case he did land clearance papers would be refused the vessel. Dunkel wss, therefore, riven In charge of the Captain ot the vessel. The Collector stated that he acted under the law passed March 8, 1875, providing against the landing ot any aliens guilty of offenses other thaa political. er EST anb ssimi. Tax Democratic members of the Ken tucky Legislature held a caucus an the 1st snd nominated Senator Beck for reflection. There was no opposition. Thx official vote of the State of Wis consin for Governor shows Rusk, Rep-. 81, 753; Fratt, Dem-, 69,803; Kahouse, Temper ance, 13.225; AUla, Green backer, 6,974 : Rusk's majority, 11,050. - DaxroRD's bank at Caldwell, Kansas, havlag suspended several days ago under sus picious circumstances, the depositors secured th President on the 1st and threatened to bang him unless he made good the losses. A boilkb ia the Yazoo, Miss., Oil Works exploded on the 1st, wounding seven colored men, four fatally. Thb Cincinnati Price Current, on the 1st, gave returns from eighty-eight per cent, of the point where pork packing was done last winter; for the month of November, showing a total for this season of one million seven hundred and eight thousand against two million two hundred and fifteen thoasand last year tor tha same time. From this the Price Current estimates the total packing In tha West for November 1 Are hundred aad sixty thousand short of last year, aad that the end of the season will show a falling off of on million from last year. Laborers at the steel worka at Joliet, I1L, struck on the 3d in consequence of a no tice by Superintendent Smith that the wagva of all common laborer would be reduced to twelve and a-balt centa per hour. The entire works were compelled to shut down, and aa a result 8,500 men are thrown out ot employ ment. Mobttpklier, Va., formerly the home ot President Madison, and hla burial place, was sold at auction on the Sd for $19,000. Thk National Dairy Convention at Cedar Raplda, Iowa, doted on the 2d. Ho Austin Belknap, ot Boston, was elected Pres ident, and Colonel B. M. ButUr. of Daven port, Iowa, Secretary and Treasurer tor the ensuing year. Madison, Wisconsin, was se lected a the place for holding the next an nual convention, and the first Thursday fol lowing Thanksgiving-day, 1883, waa designa ted aa the time. At Minneapolis, Minn., on the morn ing of the 4th, a Are broke out la the Pitts- burgh flouring mill, owned and operated by C. A. PUlsbary at Co. It communicated to the Excelsior mill, owned by Dor! II us Morris,' sad operated by C A. Plllsbury A Co., and th Minnesota mUl, owned aad operated by Crocker, Flak k Co., which exploded, kllllag Neil Fredericks,-first asslstsat engineer of the fire department, and two other persona, and Injuring several others. Tha fire thea communicated to aa angina mill owned by L. F. Wateoa, of Massachusetts, and operated by a A. Plllsbury A Co. The street h ar ia g been reached at this point th fir wss gt under control, but brandt from the conflagration falling npos the roof of a cotton mill near by, owned by Dorillua Morris, It wss also consumed. Thus four flooring mills and on cotton mill were consumed, with a railroad trestle work In th rear of the mills and several freight ears filled with wheat. The cause of the explosion la the Minnesota mill Is a matter of speculstlon. The mill had been shut dowa for some time aad th explosion Is a likely to have beea from eon lined gas ss from flour dust, to which the Washburn mill explosion wss attributed. The capacity of the mills waa 8,400 barrels dally. The loss is estimated at $410,000; In surance, $207,175. Harbt Weston, foreman of the Gold Park Mining Company, near Leadvllle, CoL, was shot and killed by Bagley, a discharged blacksmith, on the 80th nit. Ban ley also made aa unsuccessful attempt to shoot Su perintendent Turner, and then fortified him self la a cabin, which was immediately sur rounded by a mob. The cabin was besieged for eight hoars without dislodging the occu pant. Finally a large quantity ot giant pow der was placed hear the door and Ignited. The explosion following tore the cabin to pieces and Bagley was found with a bullet through the heart, having evidently committed sui cide. Bagley had several sympathizers, who were ordered to leave town by the vigilant. Oft hundred and seventeen thousand dollars' worth of railroad bonds were stolen irom the office of the President ot the Com- msrelal National Baak of Cleveland, Ohio, on th 8d. Th President hsd been engaged In clipping the coupons from the bonds, and turned from hla desk to speak to a friend, when a stranger, who hsd entered a few min ute before aad apparently desired to speak to the President, picked up the box contain. Ing the bonds and walked out unobserved. The theft wsa not discovered until half hoar later, whea the police were notified and a description of the bonds telegraphed all over the country. The bonds belonged to the President personally. FwRKIGM IXTELlilO ETVCK. The Austrian Minister at Bucharest, Boumaala, ha been Instructed to suspend all personal relations with tt. Roumanian Cabi net aad to transact his busines with the Roumanian Ministry by letter only. This ac tion Is caused by the decisive language of King Charles, in his speech from the throne at tha opening of the Roumanian Parliament, when His Majesty insisted upon the right of Ron mania to control the navigation of the Danube. A WnrsTOic, Ont,, dispatch gays it is regarded as certain that the propeller Jane Miller ha been lost la Georgian Bay with all oa board twenty-fire persons, including six teen passengers. Air attempt waa made on the evening of the 8d to blow up the Montreal. Canada. court house by aa infernal machine, which waa wound up like a clock aad contained about ten peuads ot dyaaratte. Itr the German Reichstag on the S$3 Baron Voa Bottlcher, Secretary of Bute, ta rnlv to a deputy who lamented that the emigration statistics of the present year al ready reached the unprecedented anmber of 200,000, Incidentally slated that the Qovern menthoped to introduce a promised bill on the subject early In the spring. A Liberal deputy, who said he had lived a long time in the United States, declared that Germans were attracted thither by the certainty of finding everrthlng which they Tainiy asked for f rom their GoTerament at home. LATER NEWS. Dr. Kkkkoh, managing editor of tha Chicago Medical Review, testified In the Oult eau trial on the 5th, that he believed the pris oner insane. Richard J. H in ton. editor of the Washington Gazette, had seen the prisoner at the Republican headquarters in New York, nd hurl f nrmM tha oninlon that he was ex- ceedlnrlT Ill-balanced: an egotist. Dr. Charles H. Nicholas, of the Bloomlnvdale Asylum, re plied to the hypothetical question proposed bv KnntriMa and aald: -If the evidence to which I have listened is correct, I should say the pris oner Is insane. Dr.roisom,oiDoston,tnouinH if the hypothetical proposition put by Soovllle wss correct In all particulars, the prisoner was Insane when he shot President Oarneld. Dr. Bamuel Worcester, of Salem, declined to ex imu an onlnlon until the counsel explained more definitely what was meant by the term - inspiration.' Dr. William W. Godding, of the Government Asylum for tae insane at Washington thought if the theory that waa set forth in the hypothetical question were true, th nrisoner was undoubtedly insane. Dr. James H. MoBride. of Milwaukee, Dr. Channinar. of Brooklyne, Mi also thoujrbt, taking all the hypothetical proposi tions to be true, that the prisoner was insane. risoner was insane. Dr. Theodore w. r tsner. or nosum, wouia ai- lik to be confined to the statement of facts contained In th hypothetical question, but if compelled to answer, would say he should judge the prisoner was insane. More than usual interest was taken In the opening of Congress on the 5th, and the Capitol wsa thronged with visitors. The Senate waa form all r convened by Senator Davis at noon. The credentials of oenator- elect Windom were presented, and be was duly qualified and entered upon nis amies. A large number ot bills were Introduced, among them the following: For the ap pointment ol a commissioner to Investigate the qnestions of tariff and revenue laws; for retiring the trade dollars and recoining them Into aiandard allver dollars; to enforce the treaty stipulation relative to the Chinese; to incorporate a Garfield memorial hospital; to nlace General U. 8. Grant upon the retired list of the armv. Senator feberman intro duced a bill to provide for the issue of three per cent, bonds. A resolution to continue tha committee a they existed last session, waa laid over without action. Clerk Adams celled the House to order at noon. The roll Mil showed 90 Rerjreeentatives present, the absentee being hiorey. Scales, Mills and Deuater. Nomination for Speaker being in order. Mr. Keller was put In nomination by Mr. Robeson, Mr. Randall by Mr. House, Mr. Ford by Mr. Murch. The roll was called and tha nmit was aa followai Whole number of votea. 285: necesssrr for a choice, 149. For Keller, 148; Randall, 129; Ford, 8. Those mln. far Mr. Ford were Messrs. Brumm. Burrows, of Missouri, HaxelUne, J ones, of Texas, Ladd, Mosgrove, Mlrch and Rice, of Missouri None of the candidates voted. Messrs. Fulkerson and Paul, of Virginia, Re ad jutera, voted for Keifer. The result hav ing been announced, Mr. Keifer was escorted to the Sneaker's chair bv Messrs. Randall and Hiacock and took the oath ot office, which was admin late red or Mr. n.euey, oi lennsTiva nla, as the oldest member In point oi service. Tha work of sweariner In tbe member than commenced. Objections were made to the swearing in of Wheeler, of Alabama; Cutta, OI lowa; van vornev, u j..ow ivi., mu,, of Lousians; Moore, of Tennessee, and Chal mers, of Tennessee. Afterward, however, all objections were removed snd tbe gentlemen were sworn in. i ce nepuuiicau caucus uumr for nfflntra were then elected and sworn in, and the President notlBed that the House wss rcsuy iui uiv w u o -.m. v. wmu.0. A pabt of the Tennessee State peni tentiary, together with a large amount of manufactured goods, wss destroyed by fire oa the 5th. Notwithstanding the confusion snd excitement, only six convicts escaped from custody. Many of the convict exerted themselves to sst the propsrty of tbe lessees. The loss, over the insurance, is about (250,- 000. Tub Supreme Court, in an opinion prepared by Justice Matthews, decides tliat a Sheriff is not personally liable lor damages, haying obeyed the mandate of a court, thus reversing the decision of the New fork elate Supreme Court. An alarming increase in the number ef small-pox cases Is reported at New xork. DIED. Hekrtck At Colony, Anderson County, Kansas, November 22, 1881, Timothy G, youngest son of O. R. and Caroline Her rick, aged one year and four months. O little feet, whom patter sweet, Grew hashed in bleak November! O little hands, and shining bands Of sunlight caught from Eden lands - Ours ever to remember. A Kind Word of Advice. If you feel yourself growing weak. your strength failing, the natural func tions or tlie body becoming Impaired, take warning in time: your system neeas iron, which, when combined with proper vegetable extracts.produces a tonic of medicinal effect. Such a reme dy is Brown's Iron Bitters. Bay it of your druggist and do not be persuaded to uko a KUDstitute, ror this is the only remedy which gives permanent strength It contains no alcohol, nor does it black en the teeth. It receives the universal endorsement of clergyman, physicians, druggists, and all who have used it. The following is the advertisement of nine-tenths of the little aod Big dealers In America: "Largest stock in town You will save money by buying of us Keceiviug new goods daily Special prices and bargains, extra Inducements to purchasers, lowest prices ia town Come earlv and avoid the rash." B Locxhkad & Co. Somebody has said that advertising Is a science. Grant It. And here is a pro blem that perhaps is solvable by said science : How can everybody sell better goods at lower prices than everybody else? Now, gentlemen, let's strike an originality, or, if you like it better, an 1 ,1 ! J !!. TT .11 luumuumiijr. xiavu you sometning pe ter than your neighbors? Wi have; it is roasted Coffee and ground Spices. And. we have the podding string that anytody may "chaw," which is always positive proof. We have as good tea, sugar, flour, oysters, buckwheat, crack ers, raisins, smoxea hams, onions, but ter, cheese, canned goods, and every thing in the line of groceries and pro visions aa we can nna in tne market. Young man. do you realize that this Is the Peak of the matrimonial season? Do your duty (maybe it's your last chance) and come to us and buy a set of dishes, a wash-tub, wash-board, mop stick, broom, clothes line, lamps, knives and forks, spoons, glassware, etc., and ten your aunts,uncies, couslns.motbers, fathers and friends that we have just wnat tney ougnt to buy for you a wedding present, such as Msgolica and tnina dishes, fancy vases, and a num ber oi things tn our line of trade. We have added to our stock a number of fancy articles for the Holiday trade. y e want everybody that comes to Wel lington to come and look at our goods. BOWLBY & HATTi. The Children of Israel Took Alaxine or anti-bilious prescrip tion during their sojourn in the wilder ness, and found it to be the peer of all remedies as a stomach and Liiver cor rector and as a Laxative to keep the bowels regular. It beat the Jews' high est anticipations, it does every one's, Sold at Wooster & Adams's. Taos. Kirk, Druggist, says: Rhine- hart's Worm Lozenges give better satisi faction than au outers. or sale by a. 6. Starr & Co. 11-2 Cheese. The market is dull and prices remain unchanged. we quote, buying, naked, luc; billing, boxed, 11J4C Shipments fob Week Ejtohjo Dec Cheese . . .2,099 boxes. 81,660 pounds. Butter 598 pkgs. 30,197 pounds. Grain. Flour and Feed. COBBECTBD WXHXT BY H. B. HAUXnt. Flour, per sack (49 lbs).. $1.25 2.50 Bucfrwh't flour, per cwt. o.ou Graham flour, per cwt. . 8.50 Corn meal, per cwt. ... 1.50 Chop, per cwt......... 1.50 Hickory nuts. '. 0.85 Middlings, per cwt 1.50 Shorts, per cwt 1.10 Bran, per cwt 1.00 1.00 Oil Meal, per cwt...... 1.60 .... Clover Seed, per bush.. 4.75 5.00 Timothy Seed, per bush. 2.75 8.00 Corn, sjielled, per bush. 0.70 0.78 ' Corn, in ear, per bush. . 0.70 0.78 Oats, per bush 0.40 0.45 Wheat, per bush 1.23 1.30 Hay, per ton 10.00 12.00 General Produce. CoaaacTao by BaXDwrx, Lachpos A Co. Butter, dairy, per $0.25 0.27 Butter, creamery, per lb. 0.85 0.87 Chickens, dressed, per lb. 0.08 0.10 Eggs, per doz 0.25 0.27 Beef, per cwt 6.00 . 6.00 Ham, smoked, per lb. . .' 0.10 0.14 Potatoes, per bush 1.00 1.25 Apples, green, per bush . 1.00 1.25 Apples, dried, per 0.06 ..... XTOTZCS. There will be a meeting of the Stockholders of tho First National Bank of Wellington, Ohio, on Monday, January the 9th, A. D. 1883, between the hours of 10 and 19 o'clock A. AC, at the office of said Bank, for the purpose of electing live Directors to serve for the ensu ing; year. Wellington, Dec. 6, 1881. 13t4 R. A. HORR, Cashier. Treatise on Hervons De bility and Private Diseases." A warnlns voles to Youth and Manhood sent In plain sealed envelope on receiptor L.n LMnt --"- oivea ad- :ce knd liiwuoUon the result ot twenty rears jxclnslve experience for the oors ot all forma ot private diseases. Nervous Lfeouiry, . ct eases. Nervous Debility, mania anu epraaslon. palpitation. Impaired stent T. nervous anxiety, loaa of energy, pains Md snd limbs,distrasslng nlKQt amis. nnvalcal dec a.ad memorv. tn UK Df-an slonsethreanltof Youthful Krrororexeesa. ea, showlnga positively certain means otrecalnlng health and vtiroroua manhood, after all other What Shall I Buy For a Christmas Present? h ,.T,l.;,r,r,.,M. nr,- Tnr-. " " 1 A FINS ASSORTMENT ON EXHIBITION at my Rooms, to which the I Remedy such as Diseases VTtrmt.tTcasoBES. pimples. THE GROrCUREFOR I Willi JG PILES Bvaiotoemi an mraiaSara, suBging, Itching, wars at BisBt; saaaasas if Bia-woraas wars erawllng about tbsrsctBm;tapr1vafraparwaroftanaffaeted. Asa -phaaaat, ecoamaJcal and pnatova car. Swavbs's Oamn si snparior to any arnela la tha siarkat. Bold by druggists, or sand so cat. in 8-ct Stamps. S Basis, U m a rtilraaa, Ia. Swatss S Sou, Phila-, Pa The Rev. George H. Thaver. of Bnrhnn Ind., aays: "Both myself and wife owe our Uvea to Shlloh'a Consumption Cure." For Sale bv Wooster dt Adams. Are voa made miserable v Tnio-.i Constipation, Dizziness. Loss of Appetite. YeUow Skin? Bblloh'aVitalizer is a positive core. For sale by Wooster A, Adama. VThr will you cough when ShllnVa fnn will eire immediate relief. Price in eta sn eta, and $1. For sale by Wooster & Adams. Sblloh's Catarrh Remedv a nnaftim for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth. For sale by Wooster & Adams. Hackmetack." a laatlnir and fnm.i perfumery. Price 25 and 60 cents. Par sale by Wooster & Adams. Sblloh's Cars will lmmii.t.ii Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. For sale by Wooster & Adams. For Dvs-DetMla and TJver Cnmni.t-t 5aT.e'Ptea raut.ee on every bottle of Bhiloh a ViUliser. It never fails to cure For sale by Wooster fc Adams. - A Nasal Iniector free with ah twittl of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 60 cent. For sale by Wooster dt Adams. Important to Travelers. Special Inducements are offereri vim bytheBurlington Route. It will pay you to read their advertisement to be found elsewhere in this issue. BASEST JL2TD GEOCESIZS ' " O why should the ladies be workintr V he said, " when Robinson's busy making his bread?" They need not to work, or ever to tire. or burn their dear faces over the Are. Who said itt 1 would most respectfully announce to the ladies that I am now runnine mv bread wagon every day with fresh bread ana cages. All who want anything in my line can have it left at their doors by leaving their orders with Mr. Panning, the driver, or at my store. All goods bought will be delivered promptly. The quality of my bread speaks for itself, as its sale has doubled since my son has learned to manufacture by the new pro cess, taken from one of the. best baker's receipts now iu use. Try our cakes. We make all kinds to order. Our loaves are full weight, and made from the best of flour. You will please accept thanks for past patronage. H. J. E0EIITS01T. THE STAR BAKERY HAS CHANGED HANDS. Would most respectfully announce to the good people of Wellington that be has rented tbe Star Bakery on North Main Street for a term of years. He has hired a first-class baker, who is making the finest qualities of Er:2.d.Ei::mit:, G::ki::.Pi.:, s., and has' the magic skill of making fancy cakes for weddings, parties, etc., while Isaac and wife, with clean hands and warm hearts, will run the RESTATJHANT DEPARTMENT and make hungry ones happy by fur-, nisbing them warm meals at all hours. Come and try Sister Isaac's Tea, Coffee, Pies and things. 8 UBS. A. H. PALMER is constsntly receiving th latest styles In Fall and Winter Millinery. FLUSH, FELT, AND BIAVEB Hat and Bonnets, in black, white, gray, bronse, etc, etc TRIMMINGS. All the latest nc velties in Plash, Velvet, Satin snd Chenille. Real Ostrich Feathers.. Shaded , Plumes in all colors. DRESSMAKING. Cutting done by S. T. Taylor's system. Ladies' and Children's patterns for dresses snd wrap. West Side Public Square. - Wellington, Nov. 1, 1881. Tyl . L Kerry Cfrlslau ui i E.?py hi 7eir. Harness, Saddles, Etc. Headquarters fur everything in tbe above tine I am happy to Inform voa that my stork of Harness. -Saddles. Blankets. Bubes. Sleigh-bells. Whlpa.Trunlca. Traveling Bags. etc.. for the cumin aeason, ia the lanreat and most varied that I have ever pat on th market. I also take the present opportunity to ex press my thanks for the liberal patronace here, of ore received, and hope to merit a continuance of the same. I am beneral Agent for the D. M. Bristol Bit, and Bridle Attachments the best ever Invented for th control of horses and colts. 1 nae only flrst-elaas material and employ only the best workmen. All work done under my supervision. . Don't forget the place when jou want to buy. J. M. OTTER BACKER. South Side Libert r Street. Wellington, O. public are cordially invited. TTm. VZSCSSS. Cfrea,1 llanarer.