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WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY; OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31, 1884.
Pl'ICi bourn from 7 . ru. to 8 p. m.
C, C, C. I. R.
Going North, 8:: a. in., 11:4,1 p. m., 8;00 p. m.
Going South. H::l . m 8H0 p.m.
From North, T -M a. m., :i a, m.
Prom South, :00 ft. m., 4:1X1 p. m.
, W. & I.. E. K. It,
Going Fust, 0:W n. m.
Uolng Went, H:Ot) p.m.
From Fust, 7:1mm. m.
from West, U.':ttitn.
Arrive, dully, 10:00 a. ni.
Depart, daily, 11 :00 a. m.
Arrive, 12:00 m. Monday!, Wednesday andFrl
lay. Depart, 0:45 . m. Tuesdays, Thursday and
Arrive, dnlly, 0:00 a. m.
Depart, dully, 2:00 p. m.
Arrive, 1:00 p. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Popurt, loud a. m. Tuesday. Thursdays and
PllOHrXOTlNO ATTOBKir D. J. Ny.
A3II1TOH ). Hoot
TitSASuiiaii O. H. Robbing.
Cluiih U J. Lewis.
Siisiurr calvin Knslgn.
HxcoitniCK W. K. f.'ahnoa.
pHouAxa J DiMia E. H. Hlnrnan.
BuHvcroH 'l C. Uowen.
Commihsionkk K. P. UurrelL W. M. Cran
Jail. A. Fauvor.
inniiMAuv jUikectoks I. 8. Straw, Mr. Foa-
v WELLINGTON TOWICUHIP.
TacsTgr.s-A. D. Perkins. Homor AUyn, a
Clkkk J. W.Wilbur.
TitxASUUiH A. II. Lambert.
Asmkskoh K. N. Goodwin. '
rjmxTiHi.r R. finnllnr. K. Hackctt.
Justices or thi FaAcs-T. W. Drowning,
E. R. Hunted.
Mayor W. U. Wean. .
u.ni'ii.urii-A. n. Perkins, w. fl. Metoalf.
C. V. Homeoway, M. W. Lang, W. U. bantley,
. D. HUll.
Ot.SRai R. K. Goodwin.
Tw.ahuh.su J. li. Wight.
MARaiiAL K. Ilackett
tmtr Knoivitcu iiua Dai-AiimiaT 8.
Mmar.na orrna Board nr P.occatiok J.
B. Wight. E. F. Webeter, J. W. Wilbur, 8. Win-
' decker, W. H. Bantley, i. w. Hougbton.
OFFICRIW OF nOARD.
PRicatoaKT J. W. Houghton.
, fuHK-W. K. Santlnv.
BuniiiNitvuasT or SuiiuoisB. H. Klnnl-
Iiuir rn4BRRV A1 IORJ l, tTHtlHCH,
r Nnrthwniit vnrner Pouth Main and Mar-
var ilroct. Sorvli-. Sabbath. I0:;B a. m., 7:00
p.m. UnlihMb (uhool, ItM m. Young po
plea' motlnic,:Uil p.m. Wat'kly prayer meet.
ik no inr r.ll'irA a, I lit IC4 il.
Kir fiiflic poiinrc. ner. in. r.v
r Kprvk't. IU::WH. m. and 7:11
m. Hulilwth uphnol, 1:10 m. Social nioolltiKa.
a.inn m Vnunv Dcunkn' mpvtlnir.Tueliy
? Tta n. in. lUrular wwklir pniyur mivllng.
Thnmlav evpnliiL'. PiUlor'a rt'iliiniioo nil
Cnrtlan.l A-eniio. dlnvilv In wr of phiirrh
rill at II. Wert Llbertr RU
Hpv. F. II. Moore, pnntor. Hervioca. 10:30
m.. T :IM1 p. m. Wl'tnilin prnmii, i-.vj in
Hi. IIOLHRIIOK, iKjntlrt. Offlc over
Huatel'a (tore. In Hank Building,
Wellington, Ohio. Nltrom oxldi gaa admlu
Iter. a lor to, extraruon or una.
rp RlcCLAB . .. Fhyaeian and 8ur
1 geon. Calli rroia village and oountrr
will receive prompt attention. OiHce over H.
O. SUrr'i drug atore; telephone No. . Moat'
denoe. South Main street; tvlupbone NO-
Tn. J. Rl T. HomcDopatlilst
Calls at all
LJ hours prompuy attenuea.
resldooee.Wet flu, Publio bouara; lulephoa
RJi. tUIHlUWIK, Insurance Agent and
. Notary Publla. Insurance, deed, mort-
asgns, wills, lonaoa, contraoia, etc., written la
a neat and legal manner, umoa over oarage i
boot and shoe store.
T?lBtT NATIONAL II 4 IK. Wellington,
V Oh does a general banking buslnuaa,
buva and sells New York eiebange. Oovorn
n.ni bonds, eta. 8. B. Waraur. President: K.
A. Horr, Uaablor, WllUam Cushion, AasUUnt
It'CiKNB lOBIN:N. the Darber, ki-epl
U one of the neatost, most ennvenlent Har
bor 8bop In town. Only nrat-olasa workmon
employed. A full aawnmnnt of hair oils, po
mades ami hair restoratives. Fine batb-iooina
In oonnHutiou anil rurnialiud at all hour wltll
hotaad cold water and all n'Wtaary eonvonl-
encea. lUminK. Konlh able l.meriy- srrwt.
PH( TOO It A FH KIU
WV. NWTI LLK, Pbotograpber. Plcf
uroa In every style and fully abreast
all the late Improvement. In the art. Bugage
vienta for sittings should, whenever practica
ble, be mad In advance. Gallery over llowl-
py a) Hall store I teiepaon mo. n.
PLAN I NO MILK
TT Vf AllwWOHTII At 'N. Ilanlng MIIL
Bornll sawing, matehlng, piauiiw, eio.,
duiwuninlj.. iiMdiftr. In lumber, hull, shin
gle., doors, sash, WIll'K moulding. Mini ilreastal
lumber of all aorta. Yard, near Iluuillu loco
uire. wauiniruio. O. '
JW. HOI iH i wN, dealer In iikkjUcIp,
. oye glaawia. reading glartoa, opera
, glaaaoa, toleaoouna, and a full llui' of optical
' vooils. (luld. sllvt-r. aiM.l. nililn r ani oollu-
lold frsmi s of the finest grnUea kopl In stock.
iti'innug " rrpainng oia tramoa iiuiiv w
order. Filling dilllpiilt eyes a epuululty. Of'
floe, west side Public Square.
waaird tor The I.Ives of
rrrililAnla nff tIM u.
larirriL hahilioineM bf.
avr tola fur laa thai
ivlMnurerlre. Tna futratsalllaa book la A inertia.
Imnienae proflts to aant. All IntelllgAnl pipl.
anl It. Aay on. van tmiwwi. m auncr.tiui miftvv
Tama free. BaLurT BttOf Cuaraai. rurtlam'
Meets on theses
ood and fourth
ings of each
Fost rooms in
J, J. Thomas.
Halflo Moranfli Loflge
K. OF H.
Mn.li grat and third Wedneadar
each month, ltooms In tiinenna's block. (
1J. 1 . DHBLDUP, aiciuiwr.
F. M. Vacook, Reporter.
Cleveland, Columbua, ClnclnriHti and
tee mit imm mi routs
Throuifh cn with connectiont In
Union Depou. Only direct line via
NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND,
Direct connections (or all Southern Boutb-
wettern. and Western points, either by way
of Cincinnati, Indlsnspulli or Bt. Louis. Di
rect connection In Union Depot at 81. Louis
Inr all railway town In Missouri, Arkansas,
Texas. Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, New
Mexico. Old Mexico, and the I'aclnc coaat.
'Fast Time. Hew Eaulpment and ronnlnc
through tbe moat opuloas part of tbtrcouo-
try; postslng every appliance tor apeea
and comfort known to b servlcabie.
The Best Roadbed and the Safest
Road In tne West.
Tickets br tbla popular route for sate at
all regular Ticket Offices.
From snd after Nov. 17th. until fsrther notice,
trains on ibis road will psas W elllngton as follows
No. g-Indnl W. Rxpress 23 a. m
No. H-flD. Col's Ex. atoo on signal 10.1a a.
No. 7-('lcc'd Col's Kx 4.M p. m
No. (-Night Kxp.ws Sp. m,
No.81-Local Freight 7.66 a. m,
.. S.os a. m,
..7.66 a. m,
No. K-Oallon tleve'd Ac..
No. la-ht. Louis N. Y. Kx
No. S-Cincinnati Cleva'd Kx H. P
No. 8 Local Freight 1.4 p. m
E.B. THOMAS. 0. B. SKINNER,
(Jen. Manager. Trauic Manager.
Cleveland It Marietta E. B.
From and after May 19, 1884. until fui
ther tiotlre, trains on this
WelliPiTton as follows:
No. 1 S.DTa.m.
No. 1 11 la.m.
No. 5 S.&Sp.m.
No. 17 Local (.16 a.m.
No. 4..... lO.tna.m.
No. I S.SOp.m.
No. 8 ll.Hp.m.
No. 1 Local i.aop.mo
Trains 1 snd t dally. 4 and 7 dally, except Sim
dir. IsndS solid turns I'lttaburg to t nicagi
Take sleeper here.
Toledo With all lines entering the city.
fnmoul-Wtth L. E. A W. 11. IU
Clrdo-With I. B. A W. K. K.
Ballerue-Wlth N. Y. C. A Bt. L. R. R.
Monraeville-Wllb H. A O. K. It.
WclllBRton With 0- C, C. A I. Ky.
..tnnU-ll N. V P A l H. H.
Orrrllle-Witli C, A. A 0. K. It. and P., Ft. W
Muaillon-Wltb P.. Ft. W. C. R. K. iai C
T. V. A W. R. H.
V.lln. J,lnrll..n Wllh Valln II. It.
Canal Dover-Wtth C. A P. K. M. and C, T. V,
Nswcomentown-With P., C. A St. L. R. R,
Cambridge With H. A O. H. It.
Point Ploaaant-Wlth W. C. A M. R. R.
Msrletta-Wilb M. A C. R. R-
v n wnnnrriRn. JA8. M. HALL,
Geo. ROPt Men. Pass. Agt
To My. Patrons.
Now Is tne time to ordor your
and aocuro the lowest prices for the season
A full stock, of the best Lackawanna
Anlbrncito Coal, and Mosslllim, MoRslllon
Cannel, Hlnssburg and Jaukson.
Bon cool always In stock, at prices as
low as the lowest. . '
o. zs.' sxTTLirar. .
' Tha Ksv. O. H. Tiiavas, of Bourbon. Indians,
sayst "Both myself snd l ife, owe our litres lo
SHIIoh'l Consumption Cure," For sals by Wonstar A
From the Pittsburgh Dispatch, Sept. 26th, 1880. ' '
" Very seldom do we read of an actual
case of recovery, where hope had alto
gether been lost, to parallel that which
was Monday mvesti;ateu by a uispatcn
reporter, who had heunl in various quar
ters persons talkinir to tlicir friends of a
cure, seemingly little short of marvelous,
tliut.lunl been pcrlormed. i he plain I acts
in the case referred to, without exaggera
tion, are these, ns they were learned from
the mother of the young man, his pastor
and other persons 'well known in the com
" William Lincoln Curtis is the name
of the young man in question. 1 le is now
employed at 1 1. K. 1'orter flj lo,'i loco
motive works in Pittsburgh, Pa. A year
n:ro he resided with his mother on Grant
street. About that time he went to bed
one evening with n violent pain in his
shoulder, the result, he thought, of a cold.
The next morning the shoulder was
gi-catly swollen, the pain was intense, and
nclics were felt all through his system.
His case was speedily developed into a
violent form of chronic rheumatism,
among the first notable features of which
was the paralysis of his lull arm.
"lie Gradually crew worse, and in a few
months the elbow and knee joints and
both ankles became enormously enlarged.
In March last the cheek bone began to
enlarge, and upon his left side particu
larly, spreading nit lace out ot all resem
blance to his lormer sell. 1 he pain in all
his joints became intense ; fever, with its
deteriorating effects, was now added, and
no tweame rupiiiiy rcdurea to tne semniancr oi
a aKuiuion, wnue vitality renrnea us iowck
Kssible condition, and his sufferings were of
snrh an lnliwril,l,1e diameter that Thnse who
mnftt lovi'd him sometimes thought it would be
better if he w:ia called away. At thi. time
physicians well known in Pitlahurgh Informed
liis p.irents th it they could give no hopes of
"The young man finally commenced taking
that wonderful medicine, PaauNA. In two
werk quite a change for the belter, was per
ceptible. In six wteks,all the enlargement had
been reduced completely, while In apirita and
strength the patient was quite a well a. hs had
ever been in nis life. Nearly three weeks see
he resumed work asainachini.tathiaold place,
ahle.n perform as murh labor aa ever in his life.
"The mother of Willie Curtia, In stating all
these facts, said t ' Indeed, I can not look upon
the cere much leas than aa a miracle. 1 do not
hesitate in sounding the praise of Paai-HA, and
in recommending it to all my friends. '
The pastor of the church where the young
msn attended Sabbath school was visited, and
be readily confirmed the facta of the deformed
bones, the emaciated condition from disease.
and of the doctors havinr riven him up. He
wss greatly surprised st his Improved condition.
8 tid he, ( If he had not spoken, I would not
have known him."
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Anthracite, Cannel, Jaoksoa and
Maasillon Coal, Lima, Cement,
riaabrr snd Plastering Hair at Lowest Prices. Office
la Oroaler's New Block, north of Public Sqaarr.
C::;::.:, w:ns ind .1;:?.:
North Main St., Wellington.
WhsnyouvlaltorlearsNewYork City, save Bag'
gage, Kxpreaaae and Carriage Hire sad stop at Iks
Grand Union Hotel, opposite Urand Central Depot
Elenant rooms sued as at a cost of on million
dollar., reduced lo ll.no end upwards pel day. Euro
pean plan. Elevator. Heatauraot supplied with tin
best. Horse ear, stages snd elevated railroad to all
depots, Families can lira better for leas mosey si Hi.
Grand Union Hotel than at any other Rial-class hotel
la the city. Kyi
Pna bvaearala snd liver eomnlalnr. tiiu hiva
printed guarantee on every boll le of Hlilloh's Vllallser.
ll ncr.r laiia iv cure. rur Hie oy nootier
Wn.i, Tor Surra with dyspepsia and liver com
pialntr Million's Vllallser Is auarauiei d 10 cure you.
r or sal. ny n uosier m a uams.
Th bmt anil rhp- I to glv atUfiw tlu
eft tours, fur 1 - or monpy ro
In una, , , fnntltHle (
rrir t) ncl 00 Cent.
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With no disposition to prolong the
controversies of tbe late campaign, but
ltb only a purpose to exhibit a relic of
campaign literature at the South, we pub
llsli entire a circular picked off the floor
of a grocery by a citizen of Wellington
who ban traveled extensively In North
Carolina. The spirit ot the South can be
very accurately judged by a reading of this
circular which they publish under the
bead, "Civil Rights against White Man's
Government." .. ;
It would appear that they are no more
disposed to allow civil rights to the negro
than they were at the close of tbe war, and
tho same eld prejudices are appealed to
and the same misstatements and falsehoods
published to keep the South solid as of
old. The Democracy may, but no others
ill take stock in tbe story that tbe blacks
are Intimidating ana terrorizing the
whites, since in any encounter the blacks
are always the one killed though they
out number tbe whites two to one. It was
sad spectacle when the white radicals
and block radicals got to quarrelling, and
tbe negroes called their white brethren
liars, cowards etc. Cut it is a matter of
small moment when tbe white Bourbons
provoke a quarrel with the negroes and
proceed to shoot them down like wild
animals. We know this Is waving the
bloody shirt and our Democratic friends
bjfct to that, but it will be waved until
every legal voter In all this broad land is
allowed to cast one vote and have it hon
If the Democracy wish to tske tbe
bloody shirt out of politics, they can ac
complish that desirable result by instruct
ing their Southern brethren that Intlmld-
ation, lalse counting and all kinds of
political dishonesty and treachery toward
members of the Republican party must
cease and that tbey must allow the will ol
the.majorlty to be freely and fairly ex
pressed and honestly obeyed. Lntu turn
we do not propose to allow them to hide
its bloody folds by ridicule or any other
The following it the (
"The National Republican Convention at
Chicago, itse lf presided over by a negro
Chairman, declared in its platform, that It
was iu Into, of civil rights. The Republican
co&txaftlon at Raleigh endorsed that plank
and its candidates sit astride ol it today,
and will kaou demand negro equality in
our churches and schools, our hotels,
kteauibouU and railway cars, and wind up
the demand by asking that negros be al
lowed to be buried in our graveyards
side by side with our dead. To-day the
Register of the Treasury Is a negro, anil
every new five dollar bill or national bank
note of whatever description, bears h s
negro signature. Fred Douglas, onot'.ior
negro, under the very dome of the na
tlonul capital, married a white woman
and there were none to object. Smo dnvs
ag' a negro, named Ematmol Ilewetl,
took passage on a steamboat from Wash
ington Cily to Fortress Monroe. When
supper lime came be went to the deck for
a supper ticket to tako hlsseutat Ibe table
with the white ladles and gentlemen on
board. Tbe clerk relused. This negro
then bad a warrant issued for the arrest of.
tho clerk, charging him with a violation of
the Civil Rights law. The seed was planted
lung ago by the Republican party. Is It
nut growing f
In our own Slate there are Instances
which are enough to fire the heart of every
white man. Warren county aces in her
borders to-day a negro running for tbe
office of Sheriff, with a certainty of being
elected. Following upon bit election there
will be a horde of negro deputies empow
ered to search tbe homes of white men
and arrest their bodies. Twe other coun
ties In the East bare negro Registers of
Deeds. A ucgro Congressman represents
a North Carolina District in tbe council
balls of tbe nation. White men you who
bare half stretched forth your bands to
lake up a Republican ballot, think what
you are about to do!
The Edmunds bill, now pending in Con
gress, declares void all State laws making
any destlnclion between whites snd blacks.
It will be voted lor by every Republican
Senator and every Republican Congress
man. It wipes out fronflhe statuto book
ot North Carolina tbe provision prohibit
ing marriages between the races. It wipes
out the provision establishing separate
schoo's for tbe races. Such is tbe ineusure
which the Republicans arc pressing.
Call a halt where you stand. A liepub
lican ballot Is a voto for miscegenation
and for social and civil equality between
your own Anglo-American race and your
negro neighbors. A Democratic ballot Is
a vol for a white man's goveruuient and
Anglo-Saxon eupremucy.' Choose you!
Do you think tho negro Is equal to tbe
white man? If you da vote lor Ihe Red
leal lickel. It you don't, vole the Dem
ocrntic ticket. Are you willing for negroes
to Inter marry with while peoplo In Noi th
Carolina? Are you willing that your
children should go lo school wltu negro
children and so grow up with them In so.
rial relations? If you are, voto for the
Radicals If you are not, vote the Dtuio-
Are you willing to live under negro
rule ? If you are, be sure lo vole the Itad
tcal ticket; for Democracy and negro rule
don't run together in North Carolina.
But, if you are not willing to live under
negro government, and think this is a
white man's couutry, be sure not to let the
Radicals get luto power, let while Demo
crats look out!
Less than two months ago a deputy
marshal!, at tbe order of a Federal Com
missioner, actuully went into the very of
fice of tbe Governor of Texas to arrest
him while in the discbarge of his duties
as Governor; and for what? ' Because the
Governor'kept in the penitentlury a negro
who had been duly convicted ot having
married s white wife, in violation of the
State law of Texas, which forbids negroes
and white people to intermarry! The
deputy did not arrest the Governor, only
because somebody advised bim that he
was not the right deputy to do the work,
that be was outside of the territory in
wbicb bo hud jurisdicutiiin!
Think of that! A deputy United States
Marshall attempting to arrest the Governor
of a State, because a negro was kept In
Ihe penitentiary for marrying a white
About this matter of negro equality, the
Radical party is on one side and the Dem
ocrats are on the other. Tbe Radical
Chicago platform expressly declares in fa
vor of legislation to secure all civil rights.
What do the Radicals mean by this? Let
Senator Edmunds' Bill, now before the
United Slute Senate, answer: Senator Ed
munds is from Vermont and an able law
yer. His bill proposes to take every civu
rights case from the Stale Court and trans
Icr it to the Federal Court, and reaulres
the Judge to decide it in defiance of any
State laws and Constitution that may be
in bis way! If this bill passes, our Stale
law and State Constitution, forbidding
mixed schools and mixed marriages, will
be as worthless a waste psper.
If this bill passes, the States themsel-
vt will be at the mercy of Federal Judges,
Federal Commissioners, Federal Marshal
and their deputies. If s deputy marshal
can arrest s Governor at tbe command of
a Commissioner nr Federal Judge, our
State government will be at an end. We
know what power the Federal officer
have la l Ue Internal- Heenf servie sad
bow they use it. How will It be if that
power is extended inlo other branches of
Are you ready for this, white men of
North Carolina? If you are vole for York
and tue whole Kudical ticket; Tor every
man on It stands on the Chicago platform
and sustains Blaine. If you are not ready
for it, then vote the straight Democratic
ticket. Every man who joins the Radical
party is obliged to be "bail fellow well
met" wllb every negro be sees and treat
him as an equal,
What a spectacle that was in Raleigh Ihe
other day In the Rati leal county convention !
The white Radicals and the negro Radicals
got to quarreling, and the negroes told
their white brethren that they were liars
and cowards, and professed to be quite
ready to settle the difficulty in any way
the white gentlemen might desire!
Aud what was the result? Tbe whito
Radicals had to bolt and leave Ihe
And so it will slways be. The negroes
will not allow white men to stay in the
same party with them if the white men do
not treat them as equals.
Nor Is that all, On lost Wednesday
night, (22nd Oct.,) while General Scales,
our candidate for Governor, was speaking
In Wilmington, s negro procession went
by the place where the speaking wss go
ing on, with s brass band playing at full
blast. The procession hissed snd yelled
and shouted so that General Scales was
forced to stop speaking, being unable lo
make himself beard in the confusion and
This wus done In open violation of an
express agreemeut entered into by tbe Ex
ecutive Committees of th two parties, that
Ihe two parties should not come into col
lislon that night. But Ibis was not all
The negroes were not content to yell and
slioul ; they rocjeed the stand where Scales
whs speaking! On stone, a brick-bat,
struck Col. Staples (our candidate for Elec
tor,) and Gen. Scales and others on the
stand narrowly escaped. Tbe force and
violence with which these stones were
thrown showed beyond all doubt that no
mere child'splay was intended; lor, bad
they atruck anyone in a vital spot, death,
or at least tho very severest injury short of
death, would have resulted. And this is
no new thing in Wilmington, for in every
Presidential campaign there has been
some luch outrage by the negroes on the
whiles. Are vou ready to give up this
sort of thing white men of North Caroline!
It you sre not, non't vote for the Radicals,
tor Ihe Radical party of Ibe South Is s
negro party, aud ihe Democratlo party is
the white man's partyi and this Is the
whole truth In a DUt-sbell.
True American me and women, by reason of
their strong constitutions, tvesnllful forms, rich
complexions snd characteristic energy, sre a ivied
by all astlons. Its the gwersl ase of Dr. Uart.t's
Imu Tonic which bring about those results. 4SU
For the week ending Dec. 15th, 1884,
Judge Green presiding:
M R Coleman vs Orrln 0 Clark. Drop-
pea from docket.
Henry Newbecin vt Albert Ely. Con
Globe Iron Works vs Agnes Lowrie.
A C Matched vs C C Humphrey. Con-
Ann M Mo1lion vs David Mollison.
Dropped from docket
D L Wadsworth vs Chas McClcllan et aL
Dismissed by plaintiff.
Matilda Shoemaker vs Calvin Ensign.
snerin. verdict lor piaintiu 0 cents.
Nicholas Fisher vi George Bacon. Con
Edwin II Norton vs Ida M Norton.
Dismissed without prejudice.
J A Tool iff vs Chas A Cooler et al.
Domed al defendant s costs.
Dene Cadwell vs Bi id tret Cadwell. Mo
tion to rctax costs overruled.
A J Cole vs Vean Town. Bale confirmed
and deed ordered.
Carlos Kelih vs the N Y. C tfc St L Ry
uo. motion lor s new trial overruled.
J F Utlie vs Indiana Alkin. Continued
on defendant's motion.
Otis E Young vs the Brock Hill Coal Co.
Continued on plaintiff's motion.
Samuel Smith vs E II Hastings. Con
Hannah Delaney vs Stanley Griffin et al.
bettled and costs paid.
Georgle Z Whitney vs 0 J Peck. Dis
missed without prejudice.
F M Bowen vi LIS Pettis. Dismissed
N Shedrom vs Augustus Baldwin. Con
Therissa Osterman vs Elmus Beard et
al. Motion tor new trial overruled.
Jeremiah Buckley vs the Commission
ers of Lorain County. Dismissed at plain-
Therissa Sand rock vs John Sandrock.
David Kenlslon vs Daniel P Wheedon
et al. Decree for plaintiff.
Weldeman. Kent 4 Co vs Henry G King
Stai. judgment lor piainlin toivM,
Thurber. Wbyland tfc Co vs Henry G
King et al. Judgment for plaintiff $201.67.
Seal Estate) Transfers.
JolluS Plumb to 8 K Laandoa et al Wel
Chas Seeley to Julias Plnmb Wellington.. 1,000
J F Korts to Isabel Fllnck lot IS Gawn s ,
R n Bcardaley to Edward Barnaul Grafton B00
J K Redlngton to C Schaunck IS acre
I K Gray et al to F A B Ooagh part of
section iu Avon vv
Geo Bacon to Wm Ahell 83 aero Brown-
Short! to Townsend et al (0 acres Grafton. S.430
t M Benscotcn to D D Gott Lagrange 1,M0
0 Hogan In Philip Kuebeler lot SO Lorain.. W0
Caroline Wslkden to I McPsrUnd 40 rod
of land Columbia 103
Peter Stoudvr to J and F Long 40 acre
ATOn ,.. S,9UV
llrlrlna Adair to Bonaor Jacobs part of lot
oo uiicrim iw
Geo R Nichols to R A Facer lot am block
40 Klyria S,SW
Geo M Fiaber to II fl and B M Uolmaa lot IS
block 4 Lorain SS0
L S Beach lo Thoa Hnmiston 10 acres t'sm-
dca : 490
II A King lo Mary LiebOeld original lot 11
W F Maaon et al to C F Beckwlth part of
lot in uoerun euu
Sheriff to J W Horn sob 1 lot S tract I Lo-.
M J Brace to R M Rows 40 acres Bldge-
C V Hemenwsy to A A Witbeck lot t block
S Wellington BOO
A A Wltberk to M U Lsundon lot 5 block
S Wellington WO
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We want lo say s word to tbe men. wom
en and girls who work in stores, offices
and factories. There are hundreds of thous
ands of you in the country. Very few of
you are well. You are shut up too much
and exercise too Utile, is this way you
get sick. Your blood is bad, your diets
lion poor, your head often ache, you dont
feel like work. Your liver, stomach and
kidneys are out of order. Parker's Tonic
has cured hundreds ot such cases. It is
pure sure and pleasant SOU
Erysipelas snd salt rheum was driven
entirely away from Mrs. J. C. Andeison,
1'esbtigo. Wis., by Burdock iilood Hitters.
No equal as a Blood purifier.
Oil from Nature's Wells.
The skin on tbe head la kept soft snd
flexible by S secretion from the oil glands.
When these sre clogged tbe hair dries and
falls off. Parker's Hair Balsam renew
their sction, restores the orlginul color to
the hair and makes It soft and glowiy. It
also eradicates dandruff. Not greasy, not
s dye, delicioiialy perfumed. Delightful1
for s lady's toilet table. The best ol dress
ings. 1'reierabie lo all similar article be
cause ol Its superior cleanliness and purllv.
For rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia.
cramp snd Colic there Is no remedy supe
rior to the genuine Dr. Thomas' Lleclrlc
Th Mtuskar 4 aot as Coesnotlre,
whoever baa seen them must have noticed the
hrlsht, clear completion of the Slater. There I.
no . ot id.i sinae ht yviinw .mini ine ryr. no vmrm
hruWB anoleon lha skin. Thee loiik brttftit and rbrer-
ful because Ibey eu,,y good health, they maintain)
perfect dieestum hy ihe eaa of Iks auakar asireoi w
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"I most ear a word or two la reward to your great
medicine. About four yean) ago I was lakea dow.
with a nunila. in my Slomacn ..a rnan,eiiiu. om
gan growing weak and could nut eat anything, 1 trt-4
eireiythlna I eoiild think of bal oould not Sad any k,-lp
waa Induced lo try a bottle uf lite shaker ka tract of
ftoote, and I eoeimeeeed (cuing helter at on,-. I
wed .Is bottlae, and bow eaa eat anything without It
Injuring me. I gladly recommend 11 lo anyone suffer
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