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A Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home Interests, Politics, A-grriculture, Science, A.rt, "Poetry, Etc.,..,
VOL. XVIII.; ;)
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7, 1885.
PnoimccTiJio Attohket W. G. Blmrp,
; TiiEAiiuKB-O. li. Bobbins, t
Cl.KBK II. J. Lewis. . , . '
HiticHirr Calvin Knslgn. j. ,-..(,,..'.
Hkcoiiukr W. E. Caltoon.
I'ROBATI JlIDIIE R. H. HiUlliaU.
. Survxvob T. C, Howeu.
Cohiiimioncjui K. P. Huiroll, W. M. Crauuull
and A. Faitvrr. -
iNrillMAllY DlHEOTOlU I. 8. StTOW,' Foster-
' '.. -, WELLINGTON TOWNSHIP. ,
1 Tki'ctee A. D. Perkins, Homer Allyn, and
8. K. Laundon. . '
('1.EHK-.I. W. Wilbur
1 iThka.diixh A. D. Lambert.
. AHK(ll It. N. Goodwin.
Jrarii-as or the Peace T. W. Browning; aud
B. . Iluftud. i j
WELLINGTON VILLAGE. '
Matoh-W. It. Wean.
Ooiiiioii.em A. U. Perklna. W. 8. Metcalf.
C. V. llcmcuwoy, M. W. Lang, W. It. Hautlcy aud
8. 8. Hall.. . f
Clehk It. N. Oorfrtwln.
TllEAl'KKB .1. H. Wl((llt. 1
' Mabhai.u K. llaiki'K.
CiiiEr noineii or Kire Dri-artmekt 8. A.
Mkmhkhe octiir Dohid or Education J.
II. Wlxlit. K. F. Wiilistur, J. W. Wilbur, 8. Wlu
dookor, W. It. Kiinllov, J. W. Hougbtoa.
OKFIt'EltS OF nOAlll).
PREstnr.xT J. W. Hiiuulitoa.
Ct-Kim-W. It. Pnntli-s . t
TllltAIIIIKR J. II. Wlvht.
8ui'krintk.ient or Schooij-'II. H. Klnnl
on. . '
VIKJiT 0 JIIK' A ttNtl. III U( II,
1 NorlbwoM wiriipr Pout h Main riiiIMho--ynr
tro.t.. rVrviuun, Babbuth. lll:Kl a. m 7:1X1
p. m. 8nlili:'-h Wflioiil, 12 :IM in. Yoiina; poo-j)li-h'nM'Ptlnu-.i4:0l)p.in.
Weekly pruyor meet
I V. llll IMf Fl-IM'I'HAI, llll III II,
Ent lilcPilMle8qunn', ltuv.M. F.Wnr-
nor, pnatr.r. Korvlcc. iu:;m. tn. Riia i:ii.
m. BnlibHth iH'hool. rJ:H0mi Social nieeUnars,
0:00 p.m. Vouiir Mrl""' imullnic. Tucwlny,
7:00 p. m. ItTBUlHr weekly pruyor mintlnir.
ThiirNUy evenlnir. ruainr't nilpnco on
Cortloml Arrimr. i.llninty In roar of rlmrrh.
WV. ( HIHCH.Woit Liberty St,
ltv, F. H. Moore. iHtor. flon lci a. 10::M
a. m., 7:00 p. tn. Kn'ilutlh aohool, l'J:tW m.
ltcKiibir wnukly pruyur niccling, Thuinluy
HJ. HOLBBOOK, Dentlat. Offlee over
a Huateri'a store. In Haok Building-,
WolllnRton, Ohio. Nitrous oxlda (as admlo
Itered lor the extraction of teeth.
TnoCUBKH.M, P., Pbysolan and Bur
g-eoo. Calla from village and country
will receive prompt attention. Omo over H.
O. Starr's drur etore; tulophona No. 6. Koal
denoo. South Main street; telephone No. ti.
DU.J.HI ST, HomoBopnthlat. Calla at all
hours promptly attended. OlHoe and
resldenocVTest side PubUo Square; telephone
KN. UOODWIX, Insurance Ag-ont and
Notary Public Insurance, deeds, mort
ages, wills, leaaos, oontracu, etc., written la
a neat and legal manner. Office oror Borage's
boot and shoe store.
F1RHT NATIONAL BA1K. Wellington,
dooa genoral banking buslnuas,
buys and sells New York exebange. Govern
ment bonds, ete. 8. S. Warner. President: K.
A. Horr, Cashier, WUllaia Cushion, AaalsUnt
Il'CKMB ROBINSJUN. the Barber, keeps
j one of the neatoat, most oonvenlont Har
bor Shops In town. Only first-lass workmen
employed. A full assortment of hair oils, po
mailos and hulr rastorntlvcs. Fine bth-rooms
InOonnnotlnn nnd furnished it sll hours with
hot and cold wsuir and nil neooesary oonvonl
eneos. Itooma. South able Lllwrty atnut.
ures m every style and fully abreast
all the late improvements la the art. Bngnge
anents for sittings should, whenever praoUca
ble, be made In advance. Gallery over Howl
by Hall s store! telephone No. (7.
nWtnoVTAHTH tk n. Pinning MIIL
Soroll sawlnir, malohlng, plauing, eto
done to order. Dealers In lumber, lath, shin-
fiee, doors, anali, blinds, mouldliivs anil dressed
umber of all aorta. Vard, near Hatuliu's toed
store. Wnlllnirlon. O.
NO. J.P, '
C. As lis
Uestsoi the see
end and fourth
ings of sach
Post rooms In
J. J. Thomas,
.'nr.U Coo., i
t.j -llkgtoa, - Ohio.
Meets first and third Wednesday ttenlne tf
aaoh monuV. nouus la huiersoa i filoek,
D. P. bHtbo-m, i)intwi
' r. M. VAVeas, Reporter.
Tha Bar. 0. tt. TaATia,'ef Beurboa, InSlans,
.illnkh H,vslr and 1-ira. iiwa mir IIvm to
TV H ' '
Model Coffee House,
CADWELL & BOOT, Proprlctora.
101 and 103 Seneca and 83 Fraultlla Btreotn,
Dinner Hotrod from 11:30 a. in. to S:30 p. m.
. - . . 831y
To the Public !
FRANKS, H0WK& CO.
Anthracite, Cannel, Jaokaon and
Moulllon Cool, Lime, Cement.
PlMWr and l'Uilorlng Hair at Lowt'it Prlcea. Offlee
In Crulcr'i Nrw Block, north of Public Square.
. T. 20LAXTD,
. Manufacturer of
North Main St., Wellington.
When you visit or leave KewVork City, aara Ban
(.Ke, Exprcuiae and Carriage Hire and atop at tin
tiranil 1'alon llutcl, opnoilte a rand Central Depot.
Elegant rooma Attcd up at a eoit of one million
dollara, reduced lo 11.00 and upwanta pel day. Euro
pean plan, Elevator, lteaiaurant auppllcd with the
beat. Hone care, ataava and elevated railroad to all
denote. Families can live better for loa money at the
Grand Union Hotel than at any other flnt-claai hotel
In the city. : y
Cleveland. Columbu. ClnclniiHll and
IndlanapolU RailwHy. (
tee .mnEinm wn mil
EAST AND WEflT
Tl.ronuli cars with connections til
Union DepotH. Only direct line via
NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND.
Direct connections (or all Southern South
western, and Western points, either by wsy
of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or Bt. Louis. Di
rect conueetlun In Union Depot at St Louis
for all railway towni In Missouri, Arkansas,
Texss, Ksnsas, Nebraska, Colorado, New
Mexico. Old Mexico, and the 1'acltlc eoast
Vast Time. New Equipment end running
through the most i opulous part of the coun
try; possessing every appliance lor speto
and oomlort known to ne servicsoio.
The Best Eoadbed and the Safest
Boad in the west.
Tickets br this populsr route for sals at
all regular Ticket Offices.
From snd after Nov. 17tb, sntll farther notice,
trains on this road will pan Wellington as follows;
No. W-Inilpls ft W. Kxprrw . 95 s. m.
No. s ln. A Col's F.i. .top on signal 10.15 a. m.
No. 7-('ktve'd A Col's Kx t.M p. m.
No. eNlght Kxp.Tss 8 p. m.
No. 81-Local Freight 7.50 a.m.
No. ft-Nlght Expresa S.OHa. m.
No. Si-Osllon A Clove d Ae 7 .66 a. m,
No. IS Ht. Louis A N. Y. Kx Is 43 p. m.
No. t Cincinnati A Cleve'd Ex 8 p. m
No. 8-Loral Freight 1.43 p. m
E. B. THOMAS. O. B. 8K1NNF.R,
Gen. Manager. Traill c Managor,
A. J. SMITH, Gen. Pas. Agt
WBEEL1X. i USE ERIE RAILROAD
Cleveland & Marietta E. B.
From and afu r May 18, 1884. until fui.
ther notice, tralni on this road will pass
Wellington as follows :
' Standard Time.
No. 1 g.lffa.m.
No. 3 11.13a.m. ,
No. t ., S P-m-
No. 17 Local 9.15 a.m.
No. 4 lO.Ws.m.
No. S l.snp.m
No. 8 11.13p.m.
No. IS Local ..30p.au.
Trains 1 and 8 daily. 4 snd 7 dally, except Bun.
day. 1 and 8 solid trains Pittsburg to Lhliagoi
Take sleeper horo.
Toledo With all lines entering the city. .
Fremont With L. E. A W. H. R.
Clyde With I. B-. A W. it. R.
Bellevne With N. Y. C, A St. L. H. K.
Monroeville-With B. A O. K. K.
Welllngton-Wlth 0, C. A I. Ky.
Crestoa With N. Y.. P. A O. P. K. ,
Orrville-Wllb C, A. A C. K. R. and P., Ft. W.
A C. K. n.
Msaalllon-Wltk P., Ft. W. A O. B. R. snd C,
T. V. AW. B.R.
Valley Junction With Valley R. R. .
Canal Dover-With C. A P. R. K. snd C, T V.
4k W. H K.
NewcomeretowB With P., C. A St. L. R. R.
Cambridge With B. A 0. 11. It. ,
Point Pleasant-Wlth W. C. A M. 1. R.
Marictta-Wilh M. A 0. H. .
If . D. WOODFORD, J AS. M.HALL,
Geo. gap! Gen. Pass. Agt
To My , Patrons.
Now it tiie time to order your
and secure the lowest prices for the season
A full stock of the best Lackawanna
Anthracite Coal, and Masslllon, MasgUlon
Cannel, filoaaburg and Jackson,
Soft eoal always In stock, at prices at
lriw as the lowest, ' ' '
O. 2C. QTJTIiIFr,
Jfnu nvsriraiA and liver eomplalnl,' you have a
rtnted guarantee en every bottle of Hhllob's Vltsllser.
t never faUs M cure. , For aale by Woo.fr
Adams. , lly.
W11.1 Tow Serraa with dyspepsia and liver eom
plalnl r Hhllnh'e Vltallsn Is guaranteed to cure you.
For salt by Wooster Adams.
Miss Anna Johnson, of J4 Front street,
Columbus, Ohio, says: ' " I sutTered from
an aggravated form of constipation and
Indigestion for several months. My fam
ily pliysicbn tried all kinds of medicines
and pills, but to no effect. I began to think
my case w.i a hopeless one. A friend o(
minj(Mrs. Elvira Rcdmond,ofEa.t Long
s'.rcet, tlits city), called.and seointlic con
dition I wai in, recommended roe to try
your Manai.ix. I must say I had but litt'e
faith in the medicine, but after I had taken
a few doses I was convinced that M.NA:
Li was the medicine for me. Alter I
h id taken one bottle I was entirely well
o! my complaint. I connider it one of the
best rem.'d.cs forconttipation I have ever
n,cd. I have several friends who are uh
i i;jf it. They think it an excellent reim-il;'
I recommend it to all who nre alllicted
with constipation or indigestion. Any
one douMinj this statement is invited Ui
c.il on me ut 2i r rout btcci.
Mr. Milton Kno'.U. Uibana.O.. vritr:
" Last Novemlx.-roiio yenr ai I wnt tak
en s.ck.ukI calli.il m our lannly pliysiciatu
IK-examined m: and said I "hud syinp
toins of typhoid fever. . Ho gave me
mvilicine lor two we.-its or more witn
outany relief, I.bejjan to think that my
davs on earth were fast closing In. ' I
saw nt once that his iivmIiciiic W011I4
not reach'my dUoase. Just ft, was nl.out
to conclude tluit I would have to die, inw
daughter brought me one of your pamph
lets. I no'.i.'cd a cac whose eymptcirv
were like mine, nnd PrRi'XA and JIax.V;
LIW had cured him. I concluded nt o:u:e
to try it I procured one bottle of I'kkc
NA nnd one of MasaLIN', and took theni
as directed, and before I had used the two
bottles I began to receive strength nrd
gain in flesh. I fmi-hed the rest of tht
twobitllcs and continued it uc imt I
the third bottle was used. When t!i v
were used I could cat anything 1 want' J
to and go about my work. I consider
that if it hadn't been for your Pkiii-xa I
would have been in my grave. Parties'
wishing information can write me at the'
above place. I recommsnd your medi
cine wherever I go."
Mr. John It. Davie, Moiindsvllle. W.
Va., writes! "I have been handling"
your Pebdra ever since its introduction.
All who have used it speak highly of its
curative properties. I consider it a rell
able remedy." . 1
Mr. George Fisher, Portsmouth, O.,
write: Mlam handling your Peruna,
and having a good trade on it It gives,
, . .., For the Splendid New Book
WUt5 11 Tropica) and Polar tipjorrrs.
Including the OFFICIAL HISTORY of the
lata UKKELI l..l'MII I KI.l IS
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All lta tilMV.m.nt. rflMviv.rlf. travels, and ad
ventures of the great eiplorera, with descriptions of
wonderful countries, eu.toaia and liamte of Mr
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Stanley, )u Challlu, Wallace, Long. Hauler and nu
merous IHI1DI, 1 nrr ,1V KHIVUB, ri.ll.llu.
Hayes, Hal . Schwalk.. lie Long, (Ireely end many
others: fomilnK a cotnpleui eueyclopedls of Explors
tlon. fleoTerv and Adventure la all parts of tha
World, with a History 01 tat age raoea, Strang ueasi
hint, and r.otll,4. and areaL Natural Wonder..
hfknk of Ineatlmabla value and rauld arlllna Olialltlea,
Nesrly HO quarto pages, over 41) splenuld lllualra
Uons. low prtee. outaells all other books. Agents
tortal circulars and eitra terms. A'ldreia,
ilisrillllt.'AL 1TRLIMI1M! CO.,
Its I'M N. llh Ht, riiii.Auai.rniA. Pa.
nsnieo on esiarr or v.yni,ui on. nrue lur ,k
a for working people.
Send IS cents pos
Itsae, snd we will mall you free, a ruya
III II put -Hi In the way of making more
' valuable samnm uos or goons tnai wi
- niimejr la a few nays than jruu evil
ihn.ht nnMlhle af ai.v 0,1 bualneas. Csnltsl not re.
nulrvu. You can live at Home and work In .pare time
only, or all the lime. All of buih s, tes, of all exes,
grandly sueeet.lnl. Sflcenls lo a-1 easily earned every
evening. That all who want work may test the bush
nesa. we make this unparalleled offer: To all who see
ool wrl' sstuned we will send SI to pay for the tiouble
of writing lo as. Full partktilara. dlrectli ele..
sent free, immense psy absolutely sure for ail who
eisn at once, lion I delay. Auarrsa, btixwih k 1,0.
Portland. Mama. iy
more money ihnn at an) tiling else uy uxmg
an sgeney for the be.l selllmt book oul. lie
ulonera succeed grandly. Nona fall. Terms
Hallstt Bma Co., Portland, Maine, lyl
THE HARLEM RAILROAD.
Valnabln Huggestlnn of Interest tn Men
Kmployetlonall Kallromla Head It,
l you Would be be IteneUted.
No man Is better known along the line nf the Har
lem ft. K. than conductor Truwhtld. lie wrllea as
ful.own Voaiit cToaa' RtMia. llAaLM Daror, (
Na Yoaa, Feb., Isst- (
Data Hia: I tike pleasure In saying a good word
forbil. KKNNflUY'H r'AVOltlTE ItEMKIIV. I have
used It for two years for lyhHmls snd derangement
of the 1,1 ver, and can say with emphasis that It slwavs
afford, nmnmi sod complete relief. r'AYOjtlTK
IlKMHUY Is pleasant to tin taste, thnmueh In lis
cfTcris. nevur pKNliielng the sIlKbieat dltagreoahie or
sk-krnlng sensation. Youra truly,
U. (J. I HOWBKIDtlE.
Bni Mr. Trowhrlilve Is not alone In his prslse of lilt.
KP.NNhllY'H FAYtllllTK HKMKHY. KAVOIHIK
KKMF.IIY Is a positive cure for Ualsrls ss well as III
dlge.tlin. U,-ad the following letter from It. A.
Campbell, fnreniauof the storlug room In the Mont
kotneiy Paper Mill.
Nimwuir, oatxniCO.. N. Y March I, l".
Dr. KenmUr, Kondoui, N. Y.i
Da. a sib: I hare used for some time your valuable
medlelne, FAVOIIITK IIKSIKDY, for Malaria, and II
has proved an efleLtusI cure. After liavlag tried
many medie.nes for s disorder of this kind without
avsiC I Snd UK. KENNEDY'S FAVtllllTE IIKM
KHV aBorda conudete sstinfae lon, and 1 do heaitlly
reoomuiuod It to all who suffer as I did.
ft. A. CAMPBELL.
nit. DAVin EErEtirs favoiiitk kemedy
Is a positive uure lor Malaria, kidney and Liver Lla
esse., aud lor all tlioar Ills peenllsr In women.
Matawax. M. J , March 4, IW4.
Dr. Kennedy, jf. It., Kondout N. Y. 1
tlasn hib: I have used your vslusble medlelne,
FAVUH1TB HEMEPY, Inmrfamllr for Liver alien
culilea, and And It aa exceUent preparaUoa, worthy
of the reenmniendstlnfl It besrs. .
II Mm V l MllS. MAIIOAKET HAYES.
T1i bnt Aiul hMip- j
Mt ouich i are t
In UN. j
r money re.
Prlre 3 mnd 00 Cent.
TMtCniifft, ni4 iunprallfl
rd for Cfitijctit, Coltit and all
dloraafii vf the ttirott. luiiKiAftd
bnmrhUI tulm. riijrflrls.nl ara
ooitfttrttlr urdfrliiB wiaiinio
I 3 tlvis riALIi iitai in f ha Ptn Wiwirfai
w aurendrd In hrluainff
ill the lrtura and vital rin
1h valid at homearrtinipllNlilna;
what many hare long tried to
do. W haod -iiiotiatrald lan
rwrfrvt aoluhiltljrof thriar. and
tlmreOv Ita rfradjr a i) turpi loa Iniu
tlm irsffin-hjr a Mini'h mort
rapid and vraeral puver than
inereiy laliallnif tha air of tbt
rlnfrrfra. U ! parfpetry anfr to
be t Rka af tha caaa may rrsjulra
mall and freuuml doejei being
ntoat fltvtiial In llarinii tht
axlatim IrriUbsUty $AA by U
' Vm Dr. Sawemi Pile Suppoet-
UiHmi nre rtruedy for rile. Piiet TSetf, aboi.
tieut br tnell
4 ' SPFNCEK. '
Mrg. 11. 1J. Hart Is visiting her sister, In
, Mra. jC. C. Inmnu, of Toledo, viKlted
friends .and relatives, in town, ChistinuH.
The C'lirlstrnns snow houne and Concert;
given by the M?E. Sunday' School was a
success. The oration by Miss Iuimel and
other (elections by the little folks, were,
greatly Vdmlrcd. " '
Grandma Dnugherty, who spout Christ
nioa with her dauxbter, Mrs. E. W. Hough,
ton, of Wellington, returned home last Fri
day. :L- ,
Electa Bulr, who has been sick tor soma
time, U Mowly improving.
8oino scholars and some parents can
never be suited with a school teacher.
A teacher to bo successful in a school of
sixty scliolars, must necessarily have strict
rules, aud because it does not just exactly
suit three or four scholars, they "fly the
track". and leave. Nobody cares, as it
hurls nobody but themselves.
A lavt -suit in town, Saturday between
A Hutchinson and Aldrivh Bros.
The holidays have passed and gone
which left many smiling faces.
Miss Mary Ingruhaut accompanied by
Mias Cora Ililclicock returned to Oberlin
Monday after spending vacation at home.
Miss Coriuno Rice also returned to Well
ington snd Eddie P. Frink to Asblaod,
to resuipe studies.
Charlie Biddengcr, who went to Kansas
two mucins ago to find work was suddenly
attacked by ague aod being unable lo get
relier.returned two weeks since, He l not
able to be out at proseot, the disease bar.
log apjiearance of dropsy.
Mrs. E. Carter and Mrs. Jdo. Taylor are
on the sick list . . . V.,
The yearly meeting lor election ol offic
ers in the S. C. Rand occurred on the 20th,
ult., buiog observed with a social Includ
lug the wives ol members, w hich ended
with an oyster treat. The old ofllcers
were reelected ; VlE., Chas. II. Coon, Pre
Carl B Coafj, Leader: WIB. Chamberlain
Secretary; C. E. Ingraham, Treas. All
present enjoyed themselves hugely.
.A surprise for Geo. French Thursday
evening, and we guess It was too much
for George cs he failed to npjie ar at church
Holidays have again come and gone and
were observed in the usual manner by the
The dancing frateruity were entertained
by a grand masquerade ball at the Hotol
do Haekett. Among the crowd we noticed
(hat Wellington people have not forgotten
the art of dancing, but were represented
by tome of the solid hoys like B. W. and
F. 8. We also noticed that the ladles had
not been forgotten, for there were Misses
J. 8. and P. C, the latter of whom, we are
given to understand, is the champion lady
roller skater of Wellington ; and, also, the
genial and smiling countenances of W. M
and Miss M. C, or rather, we piesume
they would have been smiling If they had
removed their masks, but they came not
to be recognized, and failing badly, they
skiped for home when the time came to
unmask. Come again, friends, and we
won't tell on you any more.
The dance at the town ball, New Year
night was not as well attended as the man
Our worthy shoemaker bas sued J. T.
Sheets for alwut 50 cent worth of patch
that he put on J. T.'s boot.
Councilman Leach "left" our worthy
marshal so easily that he refusclh to be
A woman trying to beat her way to
Cleveland was put olT the local frelgh
here, and her language was more express
ive than elegant in regard to the how of It
The Uittotn boa dropped out ol the roads
with a vengeance, and trade is consequent
Messrs. Mauville und Hinghum have
sold their shoe store to E. C. Adams und
M". Starr, their former clerk. The shoe
store wtll lie moved Into the unoccupied
half of Adams and Roe's drug store.
Tho schools opened Monday morning
with nn increased attendance In all depart
William Teasdale, employed in the
jewelry store of John Murbach,aud Miss
Minnie Redd, with Raldwin, Lerach it Co
wero united In marriage on New Year's
Ere. Success to the happy pair.
At one o'clock, Fililay morning, the
saloon and dwelling hpuse of Nicholas
Wagnoi wag discovered lo be on Are. The
Are department was called out and sue-
ceeded In quenching the flames alter s lost
of about $1,C00. It might have been
serious conflagration, had there been
wind, at it was in a dangerous locality.
Dr. Hoy I, the presiding Elder, preached
In the M. E. church on Bat ui day morning
aud Sunday evening, it being quarterly
meeting. Ten young people have recently
united with the church, on probation and
several more will soon.' ", '.' ''
Rev. P. P. Kennedy spent the past week
in vihltlug old friends iti Streetsborough,
being called there to pcrftirm a marriage
cetemonv. 1 '
The cenler school began again MoQday
morning, alter a two week's vacation,
Miss Jenny Musson and Miss Fern Sage,
will spend the winter with us. ,
Mr. J. Secrcst Is on the sick list. .
The roads are a good deal like the
weather, pretty rough.
'Hie Rand boys and their wives gave
Walter Holland a surprise party, on Mon
day eve, be having just returned home
with his bride. It was a very pleasant
To Those Wishing to Tluit the World's
Exposition and New Orleans.
We have arranged to go to New Orleans
with one reclining chair parlor sleeping
car, on or about Feb. Oth. Passengers will
bo taken from any station, from Rerea to
Anderson inclusive. Returning, reach
home about the 21st The car will stop at
Montgomery and Mobile, Alabama, going,
in all othce cases no stop over is allowed.
Reclining chair will be but (3 extra, la
eluding the time at New Orleans, provided
passengers go to and lodge in the car
while there. The R." R. Tickets will be
good to return before or after the excursion,
and the rates will be as low at by aoy
other line. A good coffee and lunch stand
will be In one end of tbe car: coffee at S
cents a cup and lunch at like low rates.
ThlB excursion will be In New Orleant
during the great free carnival of Maidl
Gras, Feb. 17th, which will be tbe grand
est street pageant ever given on this con
tinent, also ample time to visit tbe World's
Exposition and New Orleans.
I am well acquainted at New Orleant
and will visit the exposition soon, so at to
be fully at home with tbe party. By these
arrangements each passenger may save at
much at the It. It ticket costs v tee more
and have a better time thai by any other
route or program. The time chosen It the
most lavorable and attractive during tbe
Great Exposition. The car will be filled
in the order the tickets for the chairs tre
purchased. These tickets at 'i each are
now on sale at my office and may be pur
chased through either of tbe above R. R.
agents. The car bas but thirty. two chalis.
when these are sold we can accommodate
no more. By this arrangement we can
provide for all until every chair is filled
Those desiring to join the party mutt pur
chase chair tickets early. Respectfully,
C. E. He alt, Exc'n Agt
New London, 0., Jan. 1, 1885.
In "Tbe Doctrines and Discipline of the
Methodist Episcopal Church" It found the
"Resolved, 1, That we advise all our
ministers and members to abstain from the
use of tnbscfo, as Injurious to both tout
" Resolved, 2, That we recommend to the
annual conferences to require candidates
fur admission to be free from tbe habit, as
huitful to their acceptability and useful
ness among our people."
The English Wesleyans will not receive
into the ministry a man addicted to the
use of the noxious weed ; and Bishop Janet
of our own couutry, cheers us by bis
avowed belief that the time will come
when congregations will not accept a pas
tor who uses It.
The New York State Congregational As
sociation a few years since adopted, with,
out Qissent the following resolutions:
kl. That the tobacco habit is an enor
mous evil; and on account of Its watte of
money, positive Injuries to health, snd per
nicious example to the young, Christians
ought to abandon it.
"2. That this Association earnestly rec
ommend to a'd our churches thorough
mcasuret for instructing the people as o
the maulfyld mischiefs flowing from the
use of narcotic drugs, as well as drinks;
and that special efforts be made to guard
children and youtbfrora'any and every
uie of tobacco."
Tuk following epigrammatic periods
from President Porter, will repay perusal:
"Young man, you are tbe architect of your
own lortune; rely on your own ttreogth of
body aud. soul. Take for vouf star, solf
reliance. Inscribe on your banner: 'Luck
Is a fool; Pluck is a hero.' Don't take
ton much advice; keep at tha helm and
steer your own ship, and remember that
the art of commanding Is to take a fair
share of the work. Think well of your
solf. Strike out. Assume your own pos.
Won. Put potatoes in a cart, go over a
rough road and Ihe imall ones go lo the
bottom. Rite above the envious and Jeal
ous. Fire above the mark you intend to
hit. Energy, Invincible determination,
with a right motive, are the levers that
move the world. Don't swear. Dont
deceive. Don t read novels. Don't marry
until you can support a wife. Be civil.
Read the papers. ' Advertise your busi
ness.' Make money and do good with it.
Love God and your fellow; men. Love
truth and virtue. Love your country and
obey its laws." ' .' ., , . ( , ' v
. Court Proceedings.. , t 1
For tho wwk ending Dec. 23jL, 1884,
Judge Green presiding: ' . , .
Henry E Aiken vs Indiana Aiken ct al.
New partition ordered. Report confirmed.
Savincs Dep(sit Rank vs Jacob Low.
man. Settled and costs paid. .. . , . .
Ben Kaun vs John II Hevman et L
John Cottou vt Burton Titus et al.
Motion for new trial overruled.
Daniel Rush vs J A Chapman et al.
Decree lor plaintiff.
E L Johns vh ihe C C C & I Ry. Judg-
ment for plaintiff, fl 48.
Wm Marshal vs Eusene Marshal. ' 8et-
C E Ronsor vs C J Burnett. ' Dismissed
and costs paid.
Eliza Fitcli et al vs Hem an Barrows.
Dismissed and costs paid.
Emeline Krid.el vt August Kridzel.
Dismissed by plaiutiff. -
Emma Valerius vs Antone Weber.
Dismissed by plaintiff.
J Bucklev vs the Commissioners of
Lorain County. Restraining order allowed.
Hannah Green vt Henry Moore. De
Err il Tiber vs Christian Willa. Judg-
ment for plaintiff.
Elizabeth Locke vs Edwin Locke. Di
vorce granted for gross neglect of duty.
Judge Lewis presiding: - -
J C Hill vs M V Smith et al. Decree
for plaintiff. .
E B Emmons vt A II Osborne et aL
Report of Commissioners confirmed.
S K Laundon vs the W ds L E R It Co.
Judgment for plaintiff 12658 80.
Ann J Schirring vs Leon Schlrring.
Divorce granted. Alimony $1000.
Savings Denosit Bank vs Elma Nesblt
Decree for plaintiff. . '
Elizabeth Gelst vt Margaret Clark et al.
List of grand and petit jurors drawn for
January term, 1885.
Adolph Braun .Black River
George Robinson .'.Ridgevllla
H. B. Llndslny Brown belm
Norman Abbey Elyria
Orin Hall Brighton '
M. A. Avery Russia
Chas. E. Cook Elyria
James Porter ,
G. L. Ferguson
M. J. Linden
Wm. A. Thomas
8. A. Avery
Joseph K. Miller
..Black Iti ver
John E. Redington..
Milo IL Smith
Henry A pel
Lewie F. Wright
D. P. Sheldon
B. B. Adamt
ileal Estate Transfers.
R H Ckwe U Alfred Harvey part of lot 78 '
Oberlin f t
B Poller to A and C Harvey part of lot 71
C and A Harvey to B Falter part of lot 75
Geo K Crisp to W L Nichols south half of
lota 150, 151 blk M Elyria 8,500
Harriet William, to H C Williams Camden 1,900
II C Nlshlt to i Vf Johnson part of lota 78
TT Grafton 700
V and C Cook to Joseph Rodgers acres
Geo W Miller to Adam M una part of lot SOS
Roawell Hardy to D Barner part of lot 4S
Roawell Hardy to Peter Segonrney lota It
Is snd part of 16 iliughainplon ITS
A A Wltheck tn J W Dickaeon Iota 4, a
Wllbeck's add Wellington SCO
R and P Linden to Fredk C Snyder tl.
acres Avon ltt
John Denger to C L Witt lot t Pearl's
add Amucrst 700
Jamee Evans to Jobs TannaSacrea Ridge-.
A White to W C Hall SM acre Hnntlngton tt,00t
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