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ELLINGTON ENT EBPMSE.
A. Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home Interests, Politics, Agriculture, Science, Art, JPoetry, Ktc.
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DEC.
POST-OFFICE DKPARTM KNT,
jFFICr. hour from 7 a. m. to 8 p. m.
C C C. A I. R. U.
' Going; North, B:H0 a. m., 3:4 p. m., 8:00 P. m.
Going South. :) a. m., 8:00 p. m.
From North, 7 :U0 a. in., -.; a. m. -Prom
South, 7:00 a. m, 4:1)0 p. m.,
W. AL.E.B. B.
Going; East. 9:45 a. m.
Going- West, 8:00 p. tn.
From Enst, 7:no a. m.
From West, U:0U m.
Arrive, daily, 10:00 a. m.
Depart, dull, 11:00 a. m.
Arrive, U:00 m. Mondays, Wcdnosday and Fri
Depart, 8:45 a, m. Tuotdavs, Thursdays and
Arrive, dnlly, 8:00 a. m.
Depart, daily, lt:00 p. m.
11:0 P- m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Depart, lu:(J a. m. Tuesdttys. Thursdays and
Frosicutino ATTonxir D. J, Ny,.
AOIUTOK ). Hoot.
TiilASUiiau-ti. H. Bobbins.
Clshk H J. Lewis.
Siiitiiirr islrln Ensign.
Kr.coiinnt-W. K. I'nhoon.
Fkuu.ts JuiKig-B. H. Hlnman.
Buhvivou T. 0. Bowen.
CuMisHinNKiu-K. F. Ilurroll, W. U. Cren
Jail, A. Puuver.
litriHMAHY CiitECTORS 1.8. 8traw, Mr. Pot-
Trdstiks A. D. Perkins, Humor Allyn, &
i A- Laundon.
TiitAntiKKK A. B. Lambert.
Ashehhok R. N. Uoodwln.
Constables K. dosllng, K. Hackctt.
Justiuks or tub Fkacs T. W. Drowning,
E. K. Hunted.
Mayor W. n. Wean.
Councilum A. D. Perkins, W. 8. Metcslf,
-( C V. Hcmonway, M. W. Lang-, W. B. bantley,
8. 8. HslL
Cmikk R. N. Goodwin.
Trsascrsb-J. H. Wight.
Marshal R. Haokett.
C'HIir EflOIRHR FtUS DlrAHTMHHT & A.
McnatRS or rnt Boako or FnpcATios-J.
H. Wight. B. F. Webster, J. W. Wilbur, 8. Win
decker, W. B. Bantley, J. W. Houghton.
OFFICKUS OF HOARD.
Prbsidirt J. W. Houghton.
Ci.siik W. R. gentler.
Tiisasurkr J. II. Wight.
Hupskuitsxoxkt or ocuoom R. IL KtnnJ
FIHT CO CR U At lfJ I. CHUIICS!,
Northwest corner South Main and Mag
yar street. Bervluos. Sabbath. 10 a. m., 7:00
p.m. PabbMli school, lS:O0 m. Young; peo
ples' mentlnir, 8:00 p. m. Weekly prayer meet
ing, Tbiirsduv evening.
MsMlii IHT KHt:nlML it l,
Eat side Public So.i:re. llev. M. F. War
ner, raster, services, iipijju. m. and , nop.
m. Kuhbuth school. KfOra, Sot-lal inoctlhga.
8:00 p.m. Young" peoples' minting, TuiiMlxy,
7:01) p. tn. ileginnr wri-Kiy pmyer meeting,
Thursday evening. Piistors n-sirieiieo on
Cortland Avenue. illn-ilv In reur of church
inn PI." Mil' Itril. West Mbcrty St.,
Iti'v, F. H. Moore, pastor, services, iu:au
la. m.. 7:00 n. m. Hahbatb school. i::im m.
Kcgnfur weekly prayer mooting:, Thursday
,71 J. hoi.ubooh. Dentist. Office over
ill Husiens store, in liana Uulldlng,
Wellington, Ohio. Nitrous oxida fas admlu-
I urea sor me exuweuou or teew.
TBleCLABnN, HI. P., Pbysolan and Bur-
goon. Calls from villago and country
will receive prompt attention. Office over H.
O. Starr's drug store: telephone No. 8. Host-
denoe. South Main street; telephone No. Si.
DB.J.RI 83T, Homosopathlst. Callsatall
hours promptly attended. OtHoe and
resldenodWatt aide FubUo bquare; telephone
KM. (IIHIOWIV, Insurano Agent and
Notary Public Insurance, deeds, mort-
a-aves, wins, lessee, ooniraota, eto., written IQ
a neat and legal manner. Otfioe over Berage'8
oooi ano anoe store.
FIBMT NATIONAL BtxK, Wellington,
O., does a general banking business.
Duya ana sous new ior esenange, wovern-h.-.
.a a a u d i . . it
'A. Horr, Cashier, WllUaa Cusoion, AaslsUnt
IjlICE.NR HOIII V,ilX. the Barber, keeps
J one of the ueatest, most oonveulent Uar
Dor Hliotrtln towu. Oulr flrst-eiass workmen
inpliiyed. A full assortment of hair oils, po
s maues ana niur restorative. Fine Dutn-rooms
moonnootlon and furnished at all houra with
f botaad cold water and all necessary oonvenl-
Wr.KtnTtLLR, Photographer. Plot-
urea In every style and fully abreasl
all the late Im provemenU la the art, Bnrag
menu for sltung-s should, whenever practica
ble, be made In advance. Gallery over Vowr
by Hail s ttorai telephone Mo. 87.
WADNWOKTU II ON, Planing MIIL
Horn 1 1 -inir m.uihlne. nlanlnir. eta
done to order. Dealers In lumber, lath, shin
les, doors. ...h hUml . mouldlnirs and d raised
umner of aU aorta. Yard, near U
n. BOVSiiT!!, dealer In ipocUolos,
eye alasMa. miuiin. .1 . oiwira
glaasce,Maoopea,anda full line of opfloal
uoia, silver. steeL rubber and oellu-
fold rrames of the Snnat grades kept In stock.
BeHlilug and repairing old frames dona to
erd.r. Fitting dliHoult eyea a aoeelalty. Or
toe, west side PubUe Square.
wuted for Ths Llms of S
in. rraiiaanti of th. U. a
Tn. lartML hiMMnMi luiff
bOOk .vnr mnlA r... I.u thai
twloaoursrlre. xTnef.i.ts.lllna bonki. a m.Hn.
Innt.DM proais to wmli All lnt.lll.-nl rwnpl.
nut It. Aoy uae can b-cttae a ucu utrntt
Strati tn. BAU,arr Boci CoarAST, Varumf
12. A. R.
Meets on the sos
ond and fourth
ings of each
Post rooms In
J. J. TllOX AM.
'iV. L. C(kik.
Meets first and third Wedn-sdny nenlnits ol
each month. Kooms in k'inerwn's block.
D. P. Shsldus, Dictator.
V. JoRDAX. Ilrportrr.
CloveUntl, Columbtm, Clnclnnml and
iee cheat numi mn eouts
EAST A.TaZ3 WEOT
Throm.h cars with connectioni
Union Depou. Only direct litis via
NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND.
Direct connections for all Boulhern South
western, and Western points, either br war
of Cincinnati, Indlsnspolls or St. Louis. Di
rect connection In Union Depot at Bt. Louis
for all railway towns in Missouri. Arkanaas.
Teias, Ksnsaa, Nebraska, Colorado, New
Mexico, Old Mexico, and the Psciflc cosst.
rest Time. New Equipment snd runnlnr
through the most i opulous psrt of the coun
try; possessing every appliance for speed
aod comfort known to be servlcable.
The Best Boadbed and the Safest
Eoad in the West.
Tickets br this popular mate for sale at
all regular Ticket Offlces.
. ..in .,,r ..u. tiiu. uuiii i.itiicr n,',i,c,
trains oa this road will psae Wellington ss follows;
V ... -...I V.. . It ! . I
No. Indpls A W. Express H a. m.
No. 8 t'lu. A Cnl's Kx.l.topon slgnsl 10.15 a. ra.
no. xf i ive a 1.01 sax
. 4M d.
No. 9-NlKht Kip.i
, 8 p. m.
. 7.U s. m.
8 Night Express
... SON a. m.
...7.59 a. m.
No. 8-(ialiun A C'leve'd Ac,
No. 18-St. Louis A N. Y. Ex
... 8.85 p. m.
... 1.48 p. m
No. 8 Cincinnati A Cleve'd Ex....
No. 8-Local freight
E. B. THOMAS,
0. B. SKINNER,
A.J. SMITH, Gen. Pas. Act
WEEEiiNS & mi mi mmi
Cleveland to Marietta B. R.
From and after Mar 18, 1884. until fut
titer not ice, trains on this road will pans
Wellington as lollows:
No. 17 Local.
, 10.45 ass.
, 8.85 a.m.
, 11.80 a.m.
No. 18 Local
Trains 1, J, Sand 8 daily,
4 and T dally, except
ToledoWith all lines entering the city.
Fremont With I,. B. A W. K. K.
Clyds With I. B. A W. R. It.
Believes-With N. Y. C. A St. L. R. B.
Monrosvllle With B. A O. H. K.
WelllnBton-Wllh O- C, C. A I. Ry.
C'reston-Wlth N. Y P. A O. P. R.
Orrvllls-Wlth C, A. A 0. K. K. and P., Ft. W.
A C. R. R.
Msaslllon-Wlth P., Ft. W. A C. B. B. and C,
T, V. A W. R. R.
Valley Junction With Valley R. R.
Csnsf Ilover-Wlth C. A P. B. K. and C, T. V.
A W. K. K
Newcomerstown With P., C. A Bt. L. R. R.
Cambridge With B. A O. K. K.
Point Pleasant-Wlth W. C. A M. R. R.
Martstta-Wltb M. A C. B. R.
M. D. WOODFORD, JA8. M. HALL,
Gen.fiupt Oso. Fsss.Agt
To My Patrons.
, Now Is lite time to order your
and secure thclowest prices for the season
A full slock of the best Lackawanna
Anthracite Coal, and Masslllon, Masslllon
Cannel, Blossburg and Jackson.
Soft coal always la stock, at prion a
low as the lowest.
O. 2S. ST7TZaZ77.
The Rsv. O. TJ. Taavaa. or aonrtun. laiiiui
sayat "Both mraeir aid If., ews or Uvea 10
Siuioh'a Consumptioa Curs." . For ssls by Wooaur A
Uamo MoraDQi Lotlge
To the Public !
FRANKS, HO WK& GO.
Dealers In -
Anthraoite, CaxtneL, Jackson and
Masslllon Coal, Lima, Cement,
nstter snd Fls.tering Hslr st Lowest Prices. Office
In Crwler's New Block, north of Public Square.
Carriages. Wagons asi
North Main St., Wellington.
Flue Bon Hons, Butter Cups, Chips, Etc.
Heyse's LADIES' LUNCH
KUU.il 9 ANO KKHTAUKANT.
snd parties in city and country supplied with the
cliulcuHt st ruSMotmble rates.
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For the week ending November 29tu,
1884, Judge Green presiding:
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Real Estate Transfers.
Oeo Ysn Dnaen to Wm Bufllngton 80 seres
LaUrango " g
Wm B Ibidortha trualoo to 8 C Brooks 83
Sadie "uduell to Krsuk Wsib property in
H M Norton to P and E Dldakoweky 83
Timothy R Derrick lo W S oirlsn i lots K,
8H block & Weill ugton
F W Edlvon sdm'r to M snd E Bon Lorain
Psrk Foster to Ezra Straw 83 Urcs in Am
herst snd Black River
M B Cooky lo A Nortlieim 3 seres Brown
helm E Hcaoounieller sdm'r to Peter i Schmits
8551 acres Sheffield
lleorge Dent to Arthur Koran 48 acres La-
A Corbln to Eliza Long part of lot 78 Obcr
lin Samuel Rardy to Roaevell Hardy lots 18.17
A 18 Biughampioa village
D P Johnson to O L Rolfe 73. acres
J Monroe tn J Monroe Jr psrt of lot 1H0
west of river Elyria.... ..
W. II. Haaklns to I.sbells Burnet 1 acie
M O Elliott et al to John Conklin 80'i
H K Mnasey lo Louis Kesaler lot 18 block
"t,,?0" 10 A 0 toucB a block4
B Richmond tn Manr T. Vlrhmnn
R JnmptoJohn Wilkes lot 1.1 Parker
m reuiH-m a aau unerliu J40
He Thanks Ills 1'aper.
Mr. Editor: I waa Induced by reading your good
paper 10 try vt. Hatter's Iron Tonic for debllitv.
liver disorder and acrofnla, and three) bottles hsre
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Mrs. Dr. Walton's Periodical Tea.
Mother Walton has prescribed this valuable medi
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Orand Ualoa Hotel, epeoal led rand Central Depot.
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yl CLavnaga, O.
A1MBI IN EXILE.
A Visit to EirypfB Expatriated
Where a French Visitor Found Him, and
How lie Manage, to Content Himself
During His Enforced Absence)
Krom His Native Land.
Cor. Paris Matin.
Arrived at Colombo we est out for Mount
Aron to visit the retreat ot Arabi. Mr.
Honri (ll;;arl, formerly an a sent at Cairo ol
Ilubbattino A Co., who ii thoroughly ao.
qualutod with the Arabio language, con
sented to act as Interpreter. While trav
eling through this country so singularly
beautiful, I was almost tempted to envy
the fate of the groat Egyptian exile. This
sentiment grew stronger when our coach
man pulled up In a delightful garden in
which the luxuriant vegetation of Ceylon
was displayed in all its splendor. Serv
ants came to meet us, and, after having
taken our curds, conducted us to the ver
anda, which was used as a reception room.
Of Arabi there have been a great many de
scriptions. If I recall rightly, he has been
described as a man without education,
equally dull morally and physically. I be
lieve I have also seen pictures represent
ing him oa a half negro, with thick lips.nnd
a low forehead. Nothing could be more
nntrue. This Arabi In whose preaenoe we
found ouruolves is a man of tall
stature and majestic carriage. His
fneo, which Is truly handsome,
with an Intelligent forehead, is framed
in a long black beard, tinged with
gray, which gives ban the appearance of a
patriarch. The ease with which he con
verses and the affability of his manners
denote in him the man of the world. If I
did not fear to be guilty of a paradox In
regard to the prisoner of the English, I
would say that he Is an accomplished gen
Tkanks to the good offices ot an Inter
preter, the conversation did not languish.
While smoking manilaa and taking coffee
a la Turque we spoke of Ceylon, ot France,
and, above all, of Egypt Itself, the events
In which the ex -dictator followed with an
interest easily understood. "What does
your excellency think of the war of the
Mahdi and the result of It?"
"The campaign of the Mahdi." ha re
plied, "must necessarily end in a reverse.
The ardor ot his troops will become worn
out in the face of tbe nullity of the results
obtained. The opportunity to march upon
Egypt is gone by and will not come
yon believe that Gordon will be able
to otnii the diffloiiltleg which Blirend
"I know Gordon, M said Arabi. "Ha haa
extraordinary energy. I am convinced
that, unless there is an accident, he will
put down the insurrection. As tor the En
glish, I imagine that when they ksve pact
fled the country, if they are wise, they will
allow it all the autonomy possible. Egypt
enslaved would be ot less service to theuj
than Egypt administering her own affairs.
She is too near Europe, too directly in
contact with modern ideas, to pormit ol
her being subjugated to a state of vassal
age like that of tbe principalities of tht
rajahs. The movement of all nations to
ward total independence may be checked
for a time, but sooner or later, it will begis
Here Arabi closed the conversation. Wi
could see that he enjoyed perfect liberty,
lie lives like a private gentleman, and hat
with him his wives and children. Soma
of the latter have been sent to Cairo U,
pursue their studies. If material comfort
can slide ambition, Arabi Is certainly tc
be pitied. Ceylon ought not to make bin
regret Egypt, and his bitter bread ot exili
appears to be very much like a cake.
A BRIDE'S EXPERIMENT.
How a Toons; Woman Is Alleged to Hava
Had Dead Loads of run With a Car Kol
X. Y. Letter.)
I bold it to be a truth constantly self,
evident that a man will defend a womai
against all men except himself. If yot
haven't noticed It already you have only tj
look for it an hour or ao in any place ol
mixture of the sexes. Clap your eyes on 1
pretty woman without a male escort, ant
two phenomena will become obvioua
Firstly, there will be a large amount 4
open and covert staring at her, to all ol
which bar obliviousness Is of coarse onlj
assumed. Secondly, if one of thestaren
happens to realise that others are at tht
same game, Mt will manifest plainly bit
disgust at such treatment ot an unpro
tected beauty, utterly Ignorant of his ow
offense. A husband and wife got Lntoi
street car. Tbe man was somewhat dudisl
In drees. .The woman was under twenty
and as pretty as nature and art
are In the babit of combining to produos
They were chatting on the very subject
that I have Introduced.
"Pereival, dear," aaid she, "I will provi
to you that I am right, and take only tea
minutes to do It, if you'll promise not ts
get angry about It."
He closed the contract. Then she drew
herself up, aa though the basband sitting
beside her was aa entire stranger, and
waited for the ear to fill with passenger!
at Union Square.
"Mow," she whispered behind her fan.
"observe how I am ogled when alone."
Within five minutes he saw tbat half
dosen maaoulina passengers, from hoary
age to callow youth, eyed his bride witk
more or less audacity, and several mani
festly would not bare needed the sin all est
beginning of a wink on bar part to selsi
-apon her then and there. That part of the
exhibition was a triumph for the wife, but
the most curious feature of the experiment
remained to be tried.
"You certainly do seem to attract a
great deal of admiration," aald the bus
band, supposing that the pretended
strangeness was at an end. 8be lifted beg
eyebrows la simulated surprise, aa though
an impertinent fellow had aawarraatedly
accosted her, and pointedly turned her face
way from him. He understood her now,
and did not speak to her further. Next,
abe drew her shoulder away from contact
with his. By this time the spectators wer
believing that be was annoying her dread
fully, and scornful glanoea wars aimed at
blm. A man arose from the opposite side,
"Will you exchange seats with me?" he
very gallantly and politely said, lifting hit
bat most deferentially.
Now be bad been foremost among tb
original oglers the veriest simpleton el
"Thank yon, sir," she replied, "bat I pre
fer to sit by my husband."
Thus with tbe same stone she killed that
vulture-bird and the dove-mate whom she
bad undertaken to instruct as to the phil
osophy of mala gallantry.
flow He Bluffed the Constable by QantUif
A few years ago there' came to Randolph
two Canadian Indians, a father and
daughter, who fought the battle for broad
by making beaded baskets, pin-cushions,
etc They remained about town a day or
two undisturbed, but finally the magis
trate, who considered' his position a very
exalted one, concluded that the strangers
should pay a license and in a small way
fatten the exebequerof Randolph. He ac
cordingly approached the bead venders
and demanded a license of the old Indian,
whose only response was to draw from hia
coat-pocket a passport from his own Gov
ernment At this the old magistrate grew
wrathy, called bis Constable, familiarly
known from his gigantic frame and super
abundance of flesh as "Big Joe" Latham,
and ordered him to arrest both Ridians,
father and daughter.
Tbe order was obeyed promptly, but Just
at this point of the proceedings Johns
HoneycuA appeared on the scene, and the
following conversation ensued :
"Look'er here, Big Joe Latham, what's
yer goln' to do with these Injuns?"
"I have arrested 'em, sir, because they
haint paid no license for manufacturing
beads, and unless they rake up the spougj
they will have ter go to jail, and tbey
"Big Joe" held the Indians' passport!
which Johns demanded, and after glanc
ing at it, be replied:
'"Big Joe,' you're a dura big fool;ltheee
Is citixena of the English republic, and tbe
fust thing yon know, dura your fool skin,
Queen Victory will send her BheriS out
here, take yoa over the water and bang
you until you're deader nor a hearing.
Now yoa just bands off; 111 take charge)
of the critters, and If yon mean to keep at
whole bide, don't yer touch 'em."
The big officer knew bis man and yielded
with a little exhibition of reluctance. Johns
led the "Injuns" to the little hotel kept by
his mother, left them safe within, and then
took a o..,hJ-brrel-J njt and seated him
J tm wwaat v..- -vOTt
juice, and when well soaked held the rib
bons over the town, so to speak; but Anally
"Big Joe" mustered courage and ap
"Johns Honeycutt," said the big con
stable, "I'se a officer nv the law, and I de
mand them prisoners, an' et yer don't give
them up I'll git er bill nv Indictment
ergalnst yer, and then we'll see whose'er
bossln' this town." '
"Big Joe Latham yon are the durndeat
biggest fool in twenty States. Just wait er
little and let me read you the law." Johns
looked around and found an old weather
worn code of Alabama, opened the lids and
quoted aloud from his own fertile Imagi
nation: "Be It ordained that henceforth, now and
forever, every citixen of the English re
publio who may or shall come to this conn
try must be allowed to make bead baskets,
eta, and any officer or anybody else who
pesters them shall be convicted and sent to
tbe Penitentiary forevermore."
Aa "Big Joe" couldn't read and waa not
thoroughly posted In statutory law, he did
not discover the fraud, but quietly re
marked : "It looks a leetie strange," and
surrendered the fort.
Johns stood guard at the door of the hotel
until a freight train rolled np and stopped
at the depot. Then he hurried tbe "Injuns"
to the train, opened an empty box-ear,
forced his prisoners to get in, and tbea
closed the doors. The train rambled away
and the bead-venders have never been seen
from that day to this. But everybody
around Randolph and for mllee along tbe
railroad remembers bow Johns Honey entt
played a bluff game on "Big Joe" Latham
hat quoting fictitious law and telling bus
what Queen "Victory" would do. Johns
rescued the Indians, hut bread came bad
from the caters, hut friends have rescued
him, and to-day he is as free as the wildest
redskin In the "Great West."
A Connectleat Cat Story.
There were three cats in a Williams street
family, and the lady of the house conclud
ed that one was sufficient to do all the busi
ness, and aa edict of death was passed oa
tbe old eat and her kitten. Tbe queetloa oi
the manner of death was settled and ths
chloroform purchased. Days passed aftsa
the chloroform was In the house before thl
executioner could muster courage to exe
cute the sentence. To facilitate mattert
tbe lady thought that some laudanam add
ed to the eat's milk would produce a stupot
that would make the chloroform more easy.
The drag was put In tbe milk and tendered
the old eat. She tasted the food, cast hss
eyee suspiciously around her, and refuses'
to eat. Tbe kitten rushed to the dish te
partake of the milk and was violently
knocked away by the old eat, who took a '
corner of a mat and covered over the dial
to hide It from the kitten and prevent bag
. 1. f . L u 1 . I M Arc. 1 - . -
irom saaioa; aj --moaicine. is. uuij .
flnulfl fine heJlnve Ifc wieattd thai ilia aud
was Intentional on the part ot tbe cat, and
uncovered the dish and again tendered th
dish to her. She again knocked the klttea
from the dish and covered It over triors
carefully tbaa before. This repetition ot
the protective act gained the good-will of
the lady, and she gave up killing the eata
She cava not satisfy her mind, however,
whether the action of the cat was prompt- -'
ed by Instinct or reasoa.