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just bought, that we will sell fott
lots; of Spring.
Plain and Fancy r Night
Shirts, at Fitch's, r
- - CHILDREN'S .
Plain' and FancCW aists,
at Fitch s.
Boys1 Lawn Tennis and
Sailor Suits, at Fitch's.
Wer have the best-75ct.
unlaundried shirts made
t. A. M. FITCH.
ft.! jv.tltl.l S.tSATiWIT ,':-'t'VI:.V,: " , ,. : '. . ' . ; .'! , m ; . 'a. a.. :. .''ism" ' ftsMsa ' . ' - - - -"-aw -Ai - "
manufacturer's :prioe . for them'vthirty days ago. . A 3013 lot 01 eosieryrvery:Oneap,
Also, an olea:it;line of Manalla;, Mackinaw and. Straw Hats, just received.:- ,
Bay jour Tree and Shrubs of C. W. Ba
ker. . 84
Parasols, Glorea and Laces, at Mallorv,
Jopp k Co'a. . S8
More Straw Hat to follow.
W. W. HiBTlT.
Full Una of Paraaola aad Bilk TJabrellas,
at MaUory, Jopp 4 Co'a. . 88
Tat good Hard and Soft Coal, eaU on W.
It- to want a Trunk, Satchel or Bbawl
Strap. Harrey has them. 89 .
Tor-tvralna la Bilk, Lisle and Kid
Gloves, go to Mallory, Jopp k Co'. 88
Houghton has a new and line assortment
of fountain pens at prices that those deslr
lajr one can afford. "
' ??-Soaaa, of last week's pnrchase of Clothing
was bought at less price than they cost to
makeup. They are bargains, at Htrre ja. 39
patterns tin Diaca, n uiw ana
Cream. Lares, at Mailory, Jopp Co's.
-OrV, Baker wlX sell you Trees cheap
and' of good quality; 0 Bee him before pnr
chaslnjr. t J J 88t4
Four7 six, eight "and twelve Inch Sewer
Pipe toe sale at Use Machine Shop and
Foundry.' r j ' . v 96
R. X. OodwlnIda. Aitt, makes a spec
ialty writing- lnetrraoce, rates as low as the
lowest. ""Call on hia before Insuring; else
where J- r 18
R. N. Goodwin tt now prepared to fur-
nlsh Usaranee to any amount, in standard
companies, against flre, lightning, and wind
storms. ' JJ ' 18
Lorr A Gold Watch Charm con Ulrftn.
photograph of my Bister, Jessie Jefferles and
another olmr cousin. The Under will confer
a favor by bringing It to J. W. Houghton's I
tore. I K.mM.Mtm mmMwmmimi.
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' Those la want of House , Famishing
Hardware, will do ell to call and' examine
and boy the same of J. H. Wooiley. He does
sot propose that any house shall sell better
goods or for less money. s -v 28
--FAJUtkna If you,: want Uie'Toest Barbed
Wire made, please eaU at J. H. WooUey'a
Hardware Store, aad It will give him pleas
. ure to show the goods, the bart Is so ad.
Josted as not to tarn the flesh of tbe animal
or pull wool from aheap. 'v - 88.
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' YtM, CalTerU Co'a. celebrated Pur
Ready Mixed Palnta can be found at the
Hardware 8 tore of J.,H. Wooiley, which he
will warrant to be equal la durability and
coTering capacity to 'any Paint made in the
State, -Tnose baring painting 'to do will
pies call and examine for themselves. This
paint la warranted to give aatls'aclon. 88 '
LOCAL A5D JUSCE1XA5E0US.
J. W; Wight came home from Cleve
land to spend the Sabbath with his parents.
Harry Peat, of Kxrwalk, has enlisted
. in the regular army and gone West to fight
Indians.'; - ""n --" -4
Dr." McClaren h&s built s handsome
summer-house on his lot. It looks cool
and cosy-.' j '
Whenever used, Peerless Worm Spe
cific makes fast friends. tS St SOcts. H.
G. Starr & Co.
Rev. A. T. Reed,' of Chard on, preached
for Mr. Daly in the Congregational Church
Sunday evening, j,-' i
Mr.. Geo. Fisher is building a very fine
residence on Magyar St When completed
it will be one of the .finest in town.
Hons. R. "A." Horr and L-. Herrick, of
Wellington, were delegate o the RepubJcattK gveuno xtra-leed, and milTMd but
lican Si ate Convetrttpn at Columbus.
A "brother of J7H. Wooiley from Tole
do accompanied by "his wife, came Thura.
day evening and spent the Sabbath here."' '
-r Edmund Clark,-at work 'for Bennett
Broa.'got a flake of iron in his eye last
week, which Dr. E, Rust extracted for him.
WeTeara that a net profit of $70 was
made last week for the benefit of the Con
gregational Sunday School by' the Bur
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-rMiss Gertie TCBliams, of Wellington,
has a class of thirteen member4n instru
mental music at and in the vicinity of the
Centre Medina Gazette. .e y
, ' "7 " j '- "
-J." J. Thomas has made a great im
provement in the .sourroundmg of ' his
house..." New wafk, lawn, ""etc., give evi
dence of good taste on the past of J. J. 1 1
The raising and ballasting ot the Cn
CC. & L R'y pats' it in condition equal
to the best In the country. The road is
having an exceptional run oCprdsperity.
The Premium List for the coming fair
is now ready for distribution. Call on R.
H". Goodwin, Secy and get one; and begin
now to make this Fair the best ever held
Horr, Warner 3c Co. are busily enga
ged in the rebuilding and refitting of the
floor mill. The foundations have been put
in in. the most substantial order, and the
building will soon be ready fojrthe machin
ery. They expect to have' the work com
pleted and tbe mill Tunn!ng in about a
While out riding last Thursday, Mrs.
J. B. Lang met with an accident by driving
into a space between the ends of covering
the culvert near Mr. Snyders, on Magyar
street, destroying a wheel, also causing
Mrs.- Lang some anxiety as to her safety of
person. The same aftemobct b. K. -Laun-
don's carnage met with a similar accident
from the same place with the same result
-Mrs. W. R. Wean had arranged for. a
reunion of her family, and Friday evening
last they all came on one' train, twenty in
number, counting grandparents, brother
and sisters, husbands, wives and children.
The family were somewhat scattered, as
will be seen from their addresses: the fath
er and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Reed,
coming , from Austin buig; Supt E. F.
Moultoa and family, from Warren ; Rev.
Arthur T- Reed and family, from Char don j
Dr. A. BkReed and wife and children, from
Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Dr. iC-C Reed and
wife, from Detroit, Mich.; and.W, C. Rog
ers and wife and infant daughter are from
Cleveland. Mr. Wean's commodious
dwelling accommodated all the guests, who
remained over Sunday.
B 8. a Parker go to Ashland for a day
or two on account of business.
Mrs. Rosoa aad daughters, of New
York are visiting atCLW. Horr'.
Remenrl will be- In Wellingtoa with
hi bigTiolinoly 60i.'r Carry the new.
Mrs. 8. 8. Parker and daughter Edith,
re spending a-few day with friend in
Deacon Wert has laid a new oak aide.
walk in front of bin vacant lot on Cortland
t - Mr. A, Power continues to fail alow- J
ly in mind and body. A sister, Mrs. Por
ter is with her.
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Mrs. Stratton, an old lady of Brooklyn,
On died of heart difficulty induced by
fright during the storm oi Bund ay night
Mr. L. E. Bersey has returned to Wel
lington for the. summer, and is prepared
to give instruction in playing the violin
and viola. t
Beloit, Wis-, Brash Creek near Cedar
Rapids, Iowa,' North Vernon, InL, and
other points West suffered from destructive
wind storms Sunday night and Monday.
Lightning passed down the rod on the
spire of the Congregational church of At
water Sunday during the morning service.
The thunder was temflo and every one
was much startled, but no harm done.
The C. C. C. & I. By will run an ex
cursion to Chicago June Slut.' The Rail
way. Exposition now being held there,, is
well worth visiting. Posters will soon be
issued giving all information as to time,
Mr. West, formerly of the City Hotel,
has taken charge of the Streibinger House
Cleveland.. ,TUe houae ha. ,been lately
overhauled and refitted, and Hi. Waste' ex
perience in-' hotel management, first at
Puffin Bay and afterward in Cleveland, will
be a sufficient guarantee of hjs success.
' Mr. Gcott, an Oberlintheo6gue in the
middle oiass, who came, there last year
from the Kast, was taken to the Elyria
Jail Monday,' arrested on a charge of tak
ing, hooka from Goodrich's stare and ha
been suspected of pilfering from the libra
ry and from students.' rooms. JHa confes
sed everything but gave no reason for his
uncommon! thrift. , ''J' '
The class of 1883, Baldwin University,
is the largest aver graduated there except
the class of 69, which numbered 83. This
year took the degree of Bachelor of Arts,
nine were made Bachelors of Philosophy,
and firo. completed the .Scientific Course.
It is said that the graduates intellectually
Is one of the "strongest ever turned out
from that institution, there' being not a
dull scholar among them.
The entertainment Friday evening at
the Congregational' Church by Prof. Bur
bank was excellent, though to some who
had previously heard him, considered not
quite up to' his effort '..here last winter.
Others pronounced it better than thaU, He
gave by request "The Basket-of Flowers,"
a touching recital that was on his program
last year. He is among the best of humcr-
ists and delineators of character. J --
. j For the benefit of those who are inter
ested in keeping track, of the record of
Mr. C W. Horr's Hehiteitt heifer, we men
tion that she gave 8,012 ffcs. 4 oi. of milk
in the month of May, and has -averaged
over .65 ILs. a day so far in Jane.. Another
heifer, MarloryyDaw, smsller-Hhan the
former, Vanning1 with 'twenty-twoead of
twica t'd; u araging41( a aay.
F. H. Finch; of Sharon, reporul lb s
Medina "New hi success in raising the
TsiIk'wtrm."Hlr-varietyls the French
white from Dr. riogle, of France, and the
yellow Italian from Italy. , From 45,000 to
60,000 hatched, have passed through the
first or moulting age, and none have died
except from accident. They are fed four
times a day oa Chopped Osage leave and
are grass feeders, leaving not even a stem
Oberlisr has passed an ordinance that
all lot owner shall mow the grass, in front
of their lota. .Now here la an opportunity
for our Council to distinguish' themselves
by giving us a similar.Qrdinance by which
we shall have lews-sheep and cow pasture
along our streets, with grass ' and weeds
to grow up- and .fall over" oa sidewalks
soiling ladies' dresses by saturating with
dew and rain..; Gentlemen of the Council
give this yoar prayerful attention.'
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We have seldom-' seenTa; more artistic
Job. of house painting and decoraiiorhan
has lately been done on the interior of Mr.
E. Benedict's house. Indeed we believe
there is -none finer in Wellington. No de
scription we can giye.woujd convey any
adequate Idea of the fckill "and taste dis
played;, and we therefore Invite our read-
era to eaU and examine It ' The painting
was done by Frank Powers, of this place.
and the paper hanging by Mr. Holden, of
Cleveland. - J. r. .'
OUR LOCAL C0RRESP05DEXCE.
Children's Day was observed here
last Sunday in the M.E. Church. .A rainy
day . but. a -full attendance- . The chnrch
was beautifully , decorated, and a flower
rack took the place of jhe pulpit, with an
arch beading over with ivies intwined and
a birducage hanging la the center.' "There
were also dghrother bird cages, one hang
ing at each- window and under each chan-
deHer; with, the singing of the choir and
the sweet music of the little birds made
one thLxk they were in the garden of Par
adise. The children of the Sunday "School
celebrated the day with beautiful services.
Captain Stewart has. not succeeded in
raising the scow, Hines, that was sunk by
the bridge some time past - Pumps fail to
do the business and derricks will probably
hare to be used.. The direr was busily at
work-last 6aturday taking out the lime
tone. - A large tub fastened to a rope is
used in removing the stone- '
Mrs. Dr. Garver was called tp Spencer
last Saturday by the sickneisi of her sisk-
Mrs. A. Doner. , "V-1. j
The 124th Regiment will hold He reunion
nere August linn. -w M i-..'A m SO
Revenue Cutter Commodore Perry ar-
rived last week Thursday and went out
Friday.', This Is her last trip, another boat
is building- ttrtake her place.- She ha
traveled the lake 1.0 years.
:- The- Lorain Union Schools will close
this week Friday No graduating class
this year. "
The recent Improvements made on the
Farrell Hotel adds" greatly to its appear
"anc7 'Now If Mr. Farrell would only do
away -with hia' bar and billiard, room it
would make one less and do a great favor
in this vicinity. "V .
J am sorry to" say that the large building
going up on the south-west corner is to be
saloon. Why is it that the Scott liquor
aw does not effect Lorain nor any of its
numerous saloons. I " . -
Geo. A. Clark and Randall-Austin have
purchased the yacht Theron Moore, of Mr.
i The audiences at the Baptist church are
constantly increasing. " Rev. Green" pre
senting some very instructive sermons.
A strawberry and ice cream festival last
Wednesday evening in Mr. Holman's new
bouse on Penfleld Avenue for the benefit
of the Baptist church." V.
Elder Phillips, of Clyde, O-, has preach
ed with acceptability at the Baptist church
for two Sabbaths pastj'fcnd the prospect is
lair for his permanent engagement
Children's Day was observed at the
Methodist church last Sabbath.
Mrs. Hawley Hart will start for Cincin
nati this week to visit friends and relatives
and the scenes of her eaily life.
; SPKKCKfi. '-
ithe lecture by Rev-ST. S. Albright Tues
day evening the Oth iost was not well at
tended because of the extremely bad
weather. But those who came despite the
mud, rain afed dark, were abundantly re
munerated for all their pains." The lec
ture was onebf the bestwe have heard on
the subjects J. ,
A Mild. Suggestion.
The Graduating" Clais of our Union
Schools, thinking they could be more easily
heard In the Congregational Church, made
application to the Trustees and- obtained
permission to holdtheir Commencement
Exercises there this year. In view of the
fact that this Church has been opened for
this purpose three tunes already, it was in
tended to use the Methodist Church, and
the change was niada in deference to the
wishes of the Graduating Class. Appre
ciating the kindnes8brthe Trustees, and
knowing that considerable soiling ana in
jury to carpets and furniture must unavoid
ably result, we desire td caution these who
purpose attending, adults and especially
children, against entering the Church with
muddy teet and afterwards against marring
and soiling wood-work, by putting feet upon
backs of seats, on gallery front, or on any
place that can be damaged Especial care
will be necessary in, the event of rain and
muddy walks. It.ia expected that no lady.
gentleman or child will attempt to enter
until they have thoroughly cleaned their
feet It might seem that such a request
was superfluous, but it is remembered that
last year so many paid no attention to this
that large quantities of mud were carried
in and great damage resulted. One' thing
more : We are sorry for the necessity that
compelsus tp request all lovers of the weed
to leave 'their tobaaco at home." We under
stand how much those who are obliged to
stand in the vestibules during a long ses
sion are in need of a stimulant, but we beg
of them, on that occasion, to fortify them
elve in advance by a double" portion if
necessary, ana so enaoie us me ipuowmg
morning to view carpets pure and spotless
as those oi a church should be.
To avoid the crush that has occurred
some years, the doors of two or more en
trances Will be opened as soon as the audi
ence be sans to assemble. . An emctent
police will be in .attendance to preserve
order and see that no small, thoughtless
boys enter with muddy feet, but we expect
to have very little -occasion for their serv
ices unless it may be to jrive a word of
caution to some visitors from the " rural
deestricks " who do not read the papers.
Seriously, let every man, woman and child
consider themselves a committee of one to
see that such order and cleanliness is ob
served this year as will give the officers
and mem hers of the C6ngriatiouul Church
no occasion to regret Laving openeoTtheir
doors for our. annual Cpinmenceinent Ex-
ercises. ' - . ""''" '
Sunday, June 10th wns Children's Day
in the Methodist Denomination. A special
service prepared for the church universally
was used, the responsive readings includ
ing scripture quotations to illustrate "The
Evils of Ignorance and Benefits of Knowl
edge giving also much valuable inform
tion coooerninz church helps for promot
ing knowledge, and results and promise of
the -Children's Day and Children's Fund,
the collection of this day being an offer
ing of the -Sunday School Fund of tbe
Board of Education ot this denomination
for the assistance of worthy students who
may need, help in' fitting, themselves for
usefulness in the church.-
Withfn nine years more than 900 stu
dents of both sexes have been thus assisted,
of whom many are still in the schools ; 23
are in foreign lands as missionaries, 158
more are ministers, and others are teach
ers and professional men.
- The floral decorations- are a pteasant
feature of Children's Day, and the music
prepared for the occasion was this year
especially good. At the last, forty-eight
little men and women from the infant
class sang and recited in concert, with
gestures, "in a very impressive nfanner be
"Friends, we bow would like to tell yoo,
Wsaa work as wwU as yo; ; ,
. Thoagh yea think as veiy Uule,
There is something we can do." ,
The morning sermon was from the text
in Deut, wherein parents are commanded
to "Teach the statutes of the Lord diligently
unto their children, talking of 'them when
. thou sitteat in thine house, and when thou
waUtB8t.by.tiie way, and when, thou liest
down and when thou risest up."
Tie Closing of tbe School. .".'
The Public Schobla'will close Thursday
and Friday of next week for the summer
vacation. The Primary Grades will have
their closing exercises and promotion on
Thursday forenoon, and the B, and D
Grade in the afternoon of the same day.
The entertainment of the A Grammar
scholars, in connection with thai? promo
tion, will be given in the High.- School
room, on Friday afternoon, commencing
at 1 :30 o'clock. The Commencement Ex
ercises proper will be held in the Congre
gational church on Friday evening, vune
22nd, beginning promptly at 7:30 o'clock.
The patrons and friends of the schools are
cordially invited to attend the promotion
exercises of the different grades on Thurs
day and Friday.
- R. H. KiNJiiaoH, Superintendent
We are glad to announce one new sub.
scriber to the Telephone Exchange, mak
ing 48 numbers. Paste on the bottom of
48 F. C Leach, Groceries.
We hope to be able to announce next
week two remaining numbers to fill the
witch board. As the season of storms is
now upon us, subscribers' are requested to
see that lightning arresters are in place on
the approach of a storm. Any whose in
struments are not supplied are requested
to call at the Exchange and get an arrester.
Soldiers and Sailors Picnic
At the annual meeting of the Vice Pres
idents and Executive . Committee of the
Lorain County Soldiers' and Sailor's Asso
ciation held at Elyria, June 2, 1883, it was
determined to hold our Fifth Annual Re
union, at Grafton August 31st, and that it
shall be a basket pic-nic The President
was authorized to procure the services of
the Grand Army Band of Elyria. "' '" ,
3. M. Hord, President.
P. D. Rkeft, Secretary, ... ...
To tlia Kdltar of the Xaraannaa.
May Iv as one of the- many residents of
Cortland Avenue, put in my protest against
any further delay on the part of the Super
visor to put our street in sanitary (?) con
dition... It is a stagnant pool, of green
colored slime from end to end.- Carriages
cannot drive up to the sidewalk on ac
count of the aforesaid ponds. .. .. . "
Another thing previously mentioned, is
the shade trees and sidewalks in all parts
of the town. 'The health and comfort of
citizens should have some consideration
at the hands of -our officials,", and that
speedily. -. Tax Patbvr.
We take the liberty of publishing "the
following portion of a private letter from
Mr. J. C Horr, thinking it contained maj-
ters of interest to many of his friends in this-
section: .. .-"
Post Towkbxk'd,' May 26, 83.
I am hew. I auDDOse. Derma-
nently stationed at this point, looking af
ter the custom's business of Oregon, Wash
ington Territory and Alaska. Wsshine.
ton Territory is now the custom ot attrac
tion for emigration, ana r"utrct Bound will
soon be the greatest lumber country in the
world. As the terminus or the .Northern
Pacific Railway its growth will, I believe.
outstrip-the most sanguine hopes of the
Labor is better paid here than in any
nlace in the known world, and the mild
climate of winter, although wet, and tbe
beautiful summers which have no equal
will soon bring thousands of eastern capi
talists who are dying with cold exposures
east of the ttockies.
While I have my many pleasant recol
lections of home and friends in old Ohio, I
would rather live here on one potato a day
than suffer the winter experiences of my
early life.- Through -your valuable paper
1 often hear of your prosperity., and am
glad that old Lorain is in such flourishing
condition. Hope to be able to visit my old
trienas some time in ine near future. ,
I am yours truly, '
J. C. Hobs.
A letter from a patient' subscriber;
ay: "U.ve us tome solid .Information
ia your Grsphicalitiea." This is precise
ly what we do. We mention -facts in
this column every day never before
known.- Here is some valuable informa
tion: In Greece the different sort of
poetry were the epic, the cyclic, the ele
giao, the throe bale, the. idyllic, tho dao-
tyllic, the iambic, the hexameter and
pentameter,: .' the cataletlc, trimetre,
psasps, hypcachemas, farasnia,t soolia,
embaters, hernia, epininoia, "proodes.
mesodes and epodes. Some of these are
very - nice, and everboay should write
that way as muoh as possible."' For'
cataleptic (or catalectic, as it is called in
the book, probably from motive of del
icaoy) Is a great luxury, and will some
time fetch as much as twenty-five cents
if you return the basket. Exchange..
The City of Springfield, O., hss been
obliged to pay to Moses B. Walker, ot Ken
ton, $8,000 with interest since Dec. 1881 for
damages on account of injury received in
falling into an excavation left unguarded
at the Book waiter bridging on Limestone
street They also paid the cost of prose
Houghton has on sale Illuminated Note
Beads, with date line, tor Union School
scholars and buaraeaa and professional men
who do not wish to go to the expense of reg
ular business stationery. The paper Is of the
very finest quality and will be sold in any
quantity from one to five hundred aheet.
will pay you to examine it' - V
A night train on the C. & P. road was
stoned at the Newburg depot last week
A- J. Spencer had just risen from the seat
nto which the rock was hurled. '
Judge-S. W. McClure, of Akron, died
J une 8th of paralysis of the heart, and
Judge Allen Pardee, of Wadaworth, June
7th in his 94th year. - -
Rev. A. J! F.Behrends, of Brooklyn,
N.Y., married June 6th Mrs. Francis R.
Otis, of Cleveland, a daughter of B. F.
Rouse., . . .......
Mile, Litta Is reported dangerously ill
at hex home in Bloomlngton, 111.
$25 . Howard. $25
Twenty-five dollar reward will be paid
for information that will, lead to the de
tection of the parties who tore down the
temporary structure on the Union School
grounds last Monday night; and the sum
ot fSO will.be paid for like information
with reference to any depredation or dam
age to property that may occur hereafter.
The Board have determined to prosecute
all such offenders, if detected, to the full
extent of the law, and to that end will-
make use of every possible means to being
them to justice. ;.'...
- -By ordkb of ths Boabd.
Wellington, O., June 13, 1883. '' 3t2
Desiring to keep fully abreast of modern
Improvements in optical goods, we have
increased our assortment and supplied
ourselves with the latest devices for accu
rately fitting difficult cases. : We guaran
tee the quality of our best goods and war
rant a perfect adjustment Our prices are
from 25 to 60 per cent, less than those of
peddlers, besides we are here to stay and
can be found If there is any failure in fit
ting, or if goods are hot as represented.
Our gold specs are made after our own di
rection and combine the- most desirable
requisites as to quality aad durability, and
are stamped with our name and may be
absolutely relied on as being the best the
market affords. " J. W. Houghton. -
. Taken. . '.
'package taken from Rochester depot
on Monday evening, June 4th, containing
twenty yards of Mull and a Panier Loop
skirt Worth in .all seven dollars. - Any
person having taken it by mistake or oth
erwise, will oblige the 'owner by returning
it to Rochester depot. ' No questions will
be asked. 1 If not returned will be looked
. ii-. ..: Dr Kennedy
Would have it -maderatood that, while he ia
encaged In the Introduction ot hia medicine.
"Favorite Remedy," he atifl continues the
practice of his profession, hut confines him
self exclusively to office practice. He treats
all diseases and performs all the minor and
capital operations ot Surjrerv. .
Part lea Urine; at a distance," (ezeept In
surcical eases.) by sending' a statement of
their case, can be treated- at home. Address
. -DR. I. XXXNEDT, --
'- Rondout, N. T.
' - Chese.
Tbe price has taken' a very sudden fall.
owing, .partially, to the condition of the
Eastern market, precipitated prematurely,
it is -claimed by some parties unnecessarily,
by h desire to make" themselves solid with
the trade by being the first to make .conces
sions on a falling market. The fall was. in
evitable, but the regulation of prices can
never be managed satisfactorily ither to
dealers or patrons until a Cheese Board of
Trade Is established. ' This ought' to be
done without delay, and if dealers are un
willing the patjons should dejnand it in
their own interests. Tha stocks are in
good condition and supply, and the trade
ry satisfactory. ' ' We , quote, baling
(boxed) 9 cents.
Shipments roR Week Eitdinq Jchb 12
-Cheese. ,. .5530 boxes.215,714 pounds.'
Butter. . . . 214 pkgs. 1 1,196 pounds.'
J; Grain. Flour aiid Feed.' .
OoaaacTan mx VaiCuw, Fishbb, A
Flour, per sack(49Ss)..fl.6( 8.23
Huckwut nour.percwt. 4.uu
Graham flour, per cwt.
Corn meal, per cwt.. -i
Chop, per cwt....
Middlings, per cwt. . . .
Shorts, per cwt ......
Bran, per ton . .'
Oil Meal, per cwt...... 1.75
Cotton Seed Meal 1.40
Clorer Seed. Dei bush.. 7.00
. Timothy Seed, per bush. 1.65
uorn, sneiiea, per Dusn.
Corn, in ear, per .bush. .
Oats, per bush....
Wheat, per bush...... .
Hay, per ton
...... .... 125
, ' -
CokbjsCtsd bt Baldwin, Licmon A Co.
Butter, dairy, per Ib.r.. 0. 14
Butter, creamery, per lb. 0.23
Chickens, dressed, pert). 0.08
' Eggs, per dtr. . . : ; .'. '. t-. 0.14
Beef, per cwt. . .'. '.- 5.00
Ham, smoked, per 8. . . 0.10
Potatoes, per bush 0.50
Apples, green, per bush . 0.00
Apples, dried, per tt. .. . 0.06
Tallow, pe' '0.06
. Hides, per B(.. 0.06
Wool per lb.. ....... ...0.25
Infants and Children
WKhowt ' Mcfpht er Tfareetlae,
WhjU (rlTea oar Children rosy eneekn,
.'What cures their ferers, makes ttaem sleep;
Tis Caatoriai. .
. Wbeo Babies fret, and err by turns.
' What cures their couo. kills taeir
i their worms.
Bat Cm oHn.
What quickly enrea Constipation,
Colds, IndigemsM : - ,
Farewell then to Morphine Byrnpe, -OastorOfl
and Paregoric, and -Hall
"Centaur Ltniment.-A ah-
solnto onrei for BksanatliB,
BvraUma. Boras, Gadls. eTCo I
Files! Piles r
Dr. Lyman Dow, using Dr. Brinkerhoflfs
system of Rectal Treatment can be consul
ted at the American House June 21. Those
uffering from piles, ulcers or any disease
of the rectum should consult him and be
cured. Consultation free. Terms reason
able. The Doctor's ' visits will ' be
Mrs. 0. 5. MOREHOUSB
Is constantly receiving New Goods
and would especially call attention
to her Trimmed" "Work, including
Bonnets for elderly ladies, middle
aged, and all classes. Children's
and Misses' Hats. Goods all new
and latest styles. . '
North, Main Street
Accepting- the Extension mt Piwepeet Street
from Foarth Street to the South Line of
the Incorporated Tillage of Wellington.
Sacnoic 1. Be It ordained hr the Council of the
Incorporated Village of Wellington, that the street
now opened by B. 3. Warner being a continnation,
and extension of Prospect Street ne, and is hereby
accepted by the Council of the Village of Welling-
DEcnoir 8. This ordinance shall take effect and
be in force on and after Its passage and legal pob-
Passed Jane 11, 1883.
T. R. HERRICK, Mayor.
R. N. GOODWIN, Clerk. SMS
. An Ordinance
Shutting; Saloons after Tea o'clock P Jt.
Sacnoic 1. Be It ordained br the Council of the
incorporatea village or Wellington, inai it snau
be unlawful for the keeper of any ale, beer or porter
snopa, or nooses waera intoxicating, iiqnors are
sold in said Tillage, to keep open any snch ale, beer
or porter shops, or houses after ten o'clock in the
Sscnoa . Any person Tiolating the provision
of this Ordinance shall be nnad in aay snm not ex
ceeding thirty dollars, or be imprisoned In the Jail
of the corporation not exceeding twenty daya, or
doio, si ine oiscreuon or me oarx.
SacnoN a This Ordinance shall take effect and
be in force on and after iu passage and legal pub
lication. Passed June 4. 188S. - "
R. T. HERRICK, Mayor.
B. N. GOODWIN, Clerk- 2918
R HALL will rive lessons In Instru
mental Haste at WelHnffton dnrinr the sum
mer vacation. Term commences July 6th and con
tinues ten weeks. Be will call noon any one
wishing instruction If notified by postal or word
ieo.at win. viacnsr s aiuaic more.
CoNMBVa.TOBT OF MOSIC, '
Obxbxik, Ohio, Jans 2, 1863.
Mb. J. R. Baix has studied In this Institution
nearly three yean. He has been very Industrious,
and has made marked nrorrese. I consider him
well qualified to give sound instruction in Piano
Forte and Harmony. FBnatioa B. aicb.
THI STATE OF OHIO, I
IN THI COURT OF
lyORAIX UOUaTT, SS )
EDWARD WEST .
. PROCEEDINGS lit ATTACHMENT.
BY virtue of an Order of Sale lamed by the Clerk
of said Court. In tbe above action, and to me
directed, shall offer for sale at Pubuo Auction, on
the nremises formerlv owned, and now occupied
by the said James Kirk; one and one-half miles
north ana one mile east or tne v mage oi w ening-
ton, in saia ixnun yoanty, umo, on
MONDAY, THE. 85th DAY OF JUNK, 1883,
at 10 o'elnrk A. V. of said dav. and continue from
day to day thereafter nntU all la sold, the following
namea property to wit
S Yearling Cattle,
1 Excelsior Mower,
1 Cutting Box,
Fall Calf. t Tons Hay,
IBayGekiingJyearaold, 1 Oak Tab,
1 Black Mare, 1 Three SpringWaRoa,
1 Bet Bobsleds, -
Two Hone Wagon,
88 Fleeces of Wool.
Terms Cash. . . .
CALYT2Z ENSIGN. Sheriff.
J. IL Dicxaoa, PUTs Att'y. . i i
Elyria, O., Junes, 1883. 89
THE STATE OF OHIO, 1 IN THE COURT OF
iosiih vouktt, as I vuuun riAo.
ADAS COMSTOCK .:..... Plaintiff,
JAY L. COMSTOCK..
PETITION FOR DIVORCE.
rrHS defendant ia notified that the nlalntiff has
- X this day Hied her petition for Divorce In the
above Court. Said petition charges the defendsnt
nu gross neglect or outy, wiiu extreme cruelty,
and habitual drnnkenneaa. It also asks for the
custody of the two children, Lee and Floss, to be
given to sua motner, ana roc alimony. i same
will be for hearing at the Mav Term of said Court,
A. D. 1883, at which tens the defendant ia required
to appear ana oexena tne same.
By J. H. DICKSON, '
- S6t6 . Att'v. for Plaintiff.
THE STATE OF OHIO, 1 IN THE COURT OF
XiOBAIS IOUITTT, SS. . I VUJUiUIH ruus.
JVUAN C. PAUL
The unknown Helra
f M. 8. COTRELL. deceased.
. : - Defendant.
rrMIE said unknown heirs -of M. 8.
X ceased, are hereby notified that 1
above named has filed his petition in tl
the Court of
Common Pleas-of said County to emit the title to
tna nrenuaea Known as tne east bair or Lot Mo. fae
twenty-two in Block No. (3) two, on the comer of
LiDerty ana union streets, in tne village ner
lington, County and State aforesaid. . '
baid petition aven actual ownership of said Lot
in plaintiff by virtue of purchase from said M. 8.
Cotrell in hia lifetime, and open, notorious, con
tinuous and adverse possession thereof on the Dart
of this plaintiff, and his priorities of contract for
twenty-one yean ana over, last past. -Said
netitlon will be for hearing at the Mav t
of said Court, A. D. 1883. Defendants are required
to plead, answer or demur thereto on or before the
BSlh day of Jons, next, or the same will be taken
as true. .
JULIAS C. PATJL.D
Br J- H, siczsoir, his Attorney. aoto
$ 3 $
, H&ving failed to renew the lease
of my present store or to : secure
any other room. I will, after this
date, close out my stock of Cloths,
Clothing, Hats,' Caps and Gentle
men's Furnishing Goods at less
than actual cost of the unmanu
The goods must and will be sold
between this and July 5th, and if
the people of Wellington, town
and dountry, want such a benefit
as buying goods at wholesale and
less, they have only to call at my
store and purchase at lower prices
than was eyer known.
This is not a bankrupt sale, but
the prices are as low. Cloths will
be made up tp order on . the same
terms by one of the besftailors in
the country. .'Call and be con
vinced. ,' . ? v
Wellington,' April 25, 1883. .
;f i, -':.f ; . ': .; v -f
The Largest Stock,7
The Newest Shades,
The Best Values.
will consult ' their
own interests by
inspecting . our,
stock before pur
i- j .:!!!.:
,- r.-.i ;-
1 -Irri-. .
1 Casli anneMilliDoes 11 '
1 ": . -vn!tiiiihcait";'(:;i5l
Is headquarters for fine ' -
Harness and Saddlery Bardware,
Biding Saddles, Trunks, Valises,
Whips Turf Goods of all kinds
By buying my goods in rse quantities ' for
Cash, I can afford to sell low. -1. ." .V. Tt
ThanTdng the public for past favors, and soli
citing a continuance of the, same I remain, '
- n "
pi ourratEirpr a sure
Jl core for Bleeding, Itch
ing andiu ice-rated filea.
A ainsla box has enred
the worst chronic cases
cJ SO vr' Btandins' No one need sof.
fer alter naing Da.WnjjAic'a Fuji Onrr
imrr. Sold by Drnggista, or mailed on
receiDt of price. $1 .(XL P. fi. LajcxtfcCo..
aaropa, -Lr-V c-t" tJj 1 B -m- -
For Sail by H. 5, Str? I Co'., WiHutsi,
rT II Kill
NEW. VStjiB I
Is now receiving,1 direct ' from JNew . York "and IhiIadeil,
$10,000 WOUTHf OP. pRY;.G00DS
Notions, Groceries, Boots; and ': Shoes, biotliing;
Hats and Caps; Carpets, WaU ajid-Window;- .
... Paper, liooking
All selected with care And purchased 'for -cash at lowest TJue, which
...:--'. r - .; will be sold at ' .-' ' "
: nil o r
B"Call, see and saye; money iQmaldpg ygur spring purases,3
Ellington, AprU 25, 1883. ' .' " '
& Co, DRY GOODS.
r 1 1-
i' Ji .
: I J'i -.
show a . largo and
rT .'! " "; 'it vj-,-.v ' ' !i -:
'-'. --''' ' -.
varied. ; assortment
ii- ;.:--'-. -.oi'.iiif
'' of the latest :t'
T J it
iii : I
Oi! 9Y 1
A Cure Guaranteed In All Cases.
Ka; OLD aJD. VOOHG. MALI lU IUlaU.
t aaJ1,ivrrni jusicm; a Brala and ..
JfTMrTFood; PoaltlTelr Care. Night j
P -Khmsi; andlorall Weakaesses of
a ..VuLtlB GDraiiTa Qmu In mi tli my .
&jcrxaa)lt Is aa Unfailing jrr Posmra rirru)
-Ctraa. tones np the debilitated system, arrests all
involuntary dlscnanres, removes mental Bloom and
despondency, and restores wonderful power to tne
weakened organs. tVWltb each order for twelve
' packages, accompanied with Ave dollars, we will aend
onr (jriiurm to refund the money lithe treatment
does not effect a core. It fs tbe Chbapbst add BasT,
Medicine In the market. Full pamcalara In pamphlet,
which we mall tree to aay address Sold by all Drua--giata,
one package 90 eta; Six for S3. Si, or sent by mail
oa receipt of price by adjlireilin the-- :- 90yl)
MA.GNKTIC MKDIClsa CQl. STBOTT. MICH,
i For sale tn Wellington by J. w. Honghton, -and by
all droszUte eTerywbere. . ".
people are always oethe look
oat for chances to lacrosse
their earnings, andratlmebe-
mottrnwrore their opportunities remain In poverty.
We offer a great chance to- make money.:, we want
many men. women, boys and girls to work tor as right
la taeir own localities. Any cms can do tbe work
properly from tbe flrststan. Tbeiboalness will amy
more than ten times ordinary wages. Expeoatveoiit
furnished free, Ke one who engages faila to make
money rapidly. Ton eaa derate your whole time to
the work, or only yoar spars moments. Fob infor
mation and all that Is needed seat free. Address
Btissos a Co., Portland, Maine. - ' " lly
tSf-Bring yoar Job Printing to the
ENTKBPKia offioe. . We are.eongtanUy
adding new styles aad novel Uea, and
can give yoo as gooa a jor aa yoei
get In the clty,7fry ua..--' .; r
Glasses: Trunks, ettX:
:x c -B;
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