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A Family NewspaperDevoted to Home Interests, Politics, Agriculture, Science, Art, loetry, Etc.
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTS1, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FED. 25, 1885.
PRoer-eimse AttouhiT-W. O. Sharp.
Ai'Ditoii O. Root.
Tbbaaukku-O. II. Ttoublna. , , .
CmiKU. J. Lewi. . ' ,
Saaaivy Catvlii Ensign. ;
P.icnuiiKB-W. E. Cehoon. ' -
Piiobatb JwmiK B. II. Ulnman.
BuBvaron T. 0. Bowud.
CiamH.ioKiu-B. P. Burrcll, W. M. Crandall
'"AriBHiBt'biiiBCTOM I. 8. Straw, Foster
- . WELLINGTON TOWNSHIP.
Tbcstbbs-A. D. Perkins, Uomot Alljrn, and
8. K. Lsundon.
Clcuk-J. W. Wllhnh
Tbfascbkb A. D. Lumhert.
Aa.x.noB H. N. Goodwin.
Justus, of tb Piaoi-T.W. Browning and
E. K. Ilu.ted.
MATon-W.R.Weea. - ,
COtlNCll.BKS A. U. rerniUB, vr. d. Jnmvui.
n. V. Hi-menwav. M. W. Lang. W. K. Santley and
8. 8. 1 1 nil.
a.itiis R. N. Ooodwin. ' , .
Tbka.ureb J. H. Wlnht.
U.nin.ii K llirkrtlt.
Ciiikf Esorxxsn or Futi Dzfabtxibt 8. A.
MRMBKn. or tub Boabii of EmrcATioM.-J. II.
Wleht. E. F. Wcbelei. J. w. Wilbur, b. WinuccB-
er, W. It. Santley, J. w. nonunion.
OFFICERS OK llOAni).
Pni!iDrT of UnAno-J. W. Ilouiihton.
Clkbk W. R. Sautler.
fr.. ......,., I 11 Wi-.lit.
HUI'KI.INTBKDBNT OF SCHOOLS B, U. KlnnlSOB.
Frank B. Woolley,
Jeweler and Silversmith
Wellington, Ohio. i
Welches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c, repaired
and cleaned promptly ana Id a tnorougn
workmanlike manner. Batistaction guar
anleed. Shop in Woolley's hardware store.
C. B. RtJSSELL,
M U and Lifo Insurance
Wellington, - Ohio.
Model Coffee House,
CADWEI.L A HOOT, Proprietor..
101 and 103 Seneca and 03 rranKiin nircets,
Dinner Bcnrcd from 11:30 a. m. to J:30 p. m.
Sandwiches. , . . . I
nail's Catarrh Cure, 75 cents. . 1 ..,
A door belle The pretty maid servant;
, , 7 .'!
For burns, scalds, bruises and nil pain
aim! tmri-npHa of the flesh, the irrund house
hold ri'medy la Dr. Thomas Electric Oil.
ISO sure you get tue genuine.
A small boy was playing truuut the oth
er day. When asked ir he would not pet
a whipping when ho renohed home, .lie
replied: "What is five mluiils' lickin' to
five hours of fun?" ;
T5ev. Wm. Stout, Winrton, Ont, states:
After helnir ineffectually treated by seven.
teen doctors for scrofula and blood disease,
I wsit cured bv Burdock blood Bitters.
Write him for proof. 1
"Humph!" said a young man at a play
with a young lady... "I could play the
lover better than that myself." "I would
not mind seeing you try it," was the naive
MFTIIOniST FI'IWCOPAL ciirRcn.
K..t .irfu Public Ho. Ilev. N. H. AHjrlahU
n.-tor. Service.. 10:a0a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Kah-
hiiih Xi-hnol. la ni. Yuuml l'noolu' MentluK.
Tue.d.r, 7 :!I0 p. m. Regular weeklr Prayer Meet-
log, i liurauajr vv.uinx.
To the Public 1
Anthracite, Cannel, Jolton avna
Mauillon Coal, Lime, Cement.
Platter and Pla.ierlnn Hair at Loweit Price.. OIBco
In Cruder. New Block, north of Public Stuart.
The trra'itude of n futlier when his off-
snrine are relieved from disease Is some- of dor senlp."
t.i ... i i.i vni.t rtnlw.la I tr.. i..
liling iuutuini( ui iiriiiiiii. Ajin"b wuuvio
of Tiidhmf nolis. hud triple nuise fur emll-
tilde to the munufncturer of Mishler's Herb
Bilters, lor he writes: "All my three chil
dren have been cured of worms by your
bitters. It is far ahad of all the worm
lozenges ever made." 1
SHAMPOOED - WITH VITRIOL.
Tha Unpleaant Kxpcrlenoa of Judge of
New Vork City Court.
N. T. Snn.l .
Judge Charles H. Truax, of the Superior
Court, promised to take his wife to the '
opera on Saturday night a week ago. He
went straight home from court to T West
Olio Hundred and Twenty-fourth street,
bad a little luueheon, and went out to got
shave. His family decline to tell wta'o Is
the Judge's barber. At any rate. It hap
pencd to be the boss barber, a German,
who operated on the Judge.
After the shave Judge Trnax said he
would have a dry shampoo. Throe razors,
a bottle of cologno, a hairbrush and comb,
bottle of bay rum and two other bottlos,
one of which contained the shampoo mixt
ure, stood on tlio shelf In front of the mir
ror. Tlio barber picked np one of tho two
ether bottles, squirted a half dozon drops
over the Judgo's dark-browu hair with one
hand, and rubied the judicial head briskly
with the other.
"Gracious! that's hot," exclaimed tho
Court. "It burns."
" "Dere vas no use to make dose tings so
renk," snld the barber confidentially.
" Dit vcak ammonia don't got by dor pores
niruT fnNOBEOATIONAL CHURCH.-
f Comer South Main and M.cyar Hlroet.. Rev.
Service, 10:90 a. m. and
-nnt, m H liaih Hrhool. 12m. lounc IYnniea
jioeting, Tuejri.r, 7::) p. m. Weekly Prujri
MeeiliiK, Thuraday evening
T-vIMCiri.K CHt'RCH.-Llberty Street. Kev.
Ill II. Moore, n.ftor. Berrici'j. 10:80 a. m.
and 7:00 p.m. B.bbatta School, l:Bo m. Regular
weekly Prayer Marling, Thuwuay evening.
North Main St., Wellington.
TT J. IIOI.HH(OK, Dentin. Office over
11. Uuiw 'i store. In Bank Uul Id nr.
Wellliurton. Ohio. Nitrous oxld g admlo-
Stared lor tin eitraoiion or teeta.
k-''r neCLAR-N. iTi. P.. Physolan and 8ur-
X (eon. Calls from villa and oountrr
will receive pmmpt attention. Ottloe over H.
O. Burr's druff store; telephone No. t. Real-
denoe, South Main street; telephone No. M.
Arrive dally, 9:00 a.m. Depart, 1 : p. m.
HUNTINGTON, SULLIVAN and POLK.
Arrive dally, 11:90 a. m. Depart, 1 : p. B.
Depart Tneadayi, Thursdays and Saturdays at
iu:uu a. m.
Arrive, 1 M p. m.
"It you want low git at the circumfer
ence ot a man," says Jcsli Billinps, ''ex
amine him arming men ; but if you want
tow git at his nktual diamoter, measure
him at his fireside."
The l'reltiest Lady In Wellington
Unmarked to a friend she other duv that
she knew Kemp's Bulsam lor the Throat
and I. iin i78 was a suuer or remeuy as n
stopH-d her cough when others Lad no
effect whatever. So to prove this, O. A.
Kchrtuder will guarantee it to all. Price
50 cents and $1. Trial sire free. 5yl-3
H. J.HI ST. Homompathlst.
hour, promptly atiennen,
Calls at all
ldenoe,WMt aide ( nbUo Square; telephone
UN. V)MIWIW, Inaurance Aa-ent end
Notary Public Insurance, dneils, moi-t-aagei,
wills, loaava, eontraots, eto., written In
a neat and lea-al manner. OlDce ovor Beratre'S
boot and .hoe a tore.
I Cleveland. Columbus, Cincinnati and
,. Indianapolis Railway.
THE GEEAT C1NTM Ml IWL
1?IKNT NATIONAL II HK. WelllnRton,
O., does a a-eneral banking businos,
buys and sells Now York eicbanxe, Oovern
annt handa. eto. 8. 8. Warner. President: It.
(A. Horr, Cashier, William Uusbion, AsaiaUut
Throueh cars with connections in
Union Depots. Only direct lino via
The thermometer at Savannah, Co., fell
to 89 degrees, and it was called a "bllr.-
stard." The thtrmometcr at Pierre, Dako
ta, row to zero and the Peteriles congrat
ulated themselves on the "January thaw."
Tbe Duty of State Legislatures.
Leii.latlon in every State should regulate tlio
aale and ue of the many poisons resorted to by
women In their deapcratlon to obtain beautiful
I complexions. There exUts la Dr. Uarter's Iron
Tonic every requlaite to accompll.h the object
. without injuring bealib or endangering lire,
A Sunday-school teacher asked a little
girl of her class if she bad been baptized.
"Yes," said Ihe little girl, "Iwo times."
"Two limes! Why, bow could that be!
exclaimed the teacher. "It didn't lake
the first lime," said Ihe little girl.
TON SO RIAL.
.-ranuBtNK itomxa.tN. the Barber, keens
one of the neatest, most oonvonlont Bar;
iwr 'Shops in town. Only Brst-claas workinoa
employed. A full assortment ot hair oils, po
trnaile. and hair restorative. Vine butli-rooms
Snooniioutioii and furnished at all hours with
Siotaad ixild viu-r and all cecoaaary convent"
,nce. Rooms, ttoutn siae birwriy mrnn.
lPHToT K APH K. R.
WF. HA WTr LIK, Photographer. Plot-
uret n every style and fully abreast
all tbe late Improvements la the art. Bmraxo
int rnr .ItLlnira ahould. whenever Drmaltoa-
bl. be made In advance. Gallery over UowW
by Mail s atorwi loiepeoae wo. wi.
NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND.
Direct connections for all Southern South
western, and Wuaturn points, either by way
of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or Bt. i.ouis. Hi
red connection In u nlon Depot at ot. i.ouis
for all railway towns In Missouri, Arkansas,
Texas, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, New
Mexico, Old Mexico, ana tne memo coisu
Fast Time. New Equipment and running
throuifh tbe most i opulous part of the coun
try; possessing every appliance for speed
and comfort knows to be servlcable.
The Best Boadbed and the Safest
Boad in tne west.
Tickets by this popular route for sale at
all regular Ticket Offices.
Fmm and after Jan. 17th. nntll farther notice.
train, on this ruadwlU paaa Wellington as follow.;
Ho suspended his rubbing to fling a great
deal mora of the shampoo mixturo on
Judge Truax's head. Then he laid down
the bottle and began rubbing vigorously :
with both bauds. I
"Great C'lirl3toph"r!" cried the Judge,
springing out of his chair with a bouud.
'ClVliut, in the name of all that's good,
have you put on my hair?" .
Tbe other barbers dropped the razors
they were sharpening, and lookod In
amazement at the Judgo as he ruhliod his
head and groaned with pain.
" Dcre vas nodlngs wrong mid dot sham
poo," tho astonished boss said. " Vas it
choost a leedlo sdrongr" !
"I'll see about It," Judge Truax said ;
sharply, putting on his high bat and over
coat and seizing the bottle. He carried tt
off to a druggist near by and demanded.
" What's this the barber's been rubbing
into my head?" Tbe druggist stnellod the
contents, tasted them, poured out a little;
examined it, and said:
"Sulphuric acid, sure. Rather a vigor
ous tonic for the bair," and he laughed.
"It's weak, though, and I'll give you some
thing to stop ths burning."
In the meantime the barber bad found
out why his customer ' bad jumped out of
the chair. One ot his assistants bad been
nsing a weak solution ot sulphuric acid to
clean sponges, and when a customer came
In, had laid It on the boss's shelf alongside
the shampoo bottle, which was identical to
apiwane; -..' .. , . ' ..
Judge Truax went to tbe opera, but
since thon he has complained of frequent
headaches. lie was on the bench every
day last week. On Sunday he caught cold,
complained of a violent headache, and
called his wife's attention to a number of
small lumps on his scalp. She put cold
bandages on his head, and he felt better
on Monday morning and went down to
court. Whon he got home hs complained
of severe pains not alone in the boad, but
in the neck and down his back, and went
at once to bed, where he remained all day
Some neonle are slow in tellins what
Bona tilings liave oeen aone lor tueiu, uui , . , . ,. -
3ohnP.Daly.ofGillis.nvillc. 8. C. says Dr; Jo,hn ra": h ' b?' "i
...i. -i., in i,.irin tntl.e and another physician have decided thai
wi-trwlarf.il fflmcv id Brown's Iron Billers his life Is in no danger. Ue expects to be
in dvsnensla. fever and ague and general out in a day or two.
. . .V. . . ' II..
debility ot the system. He bas personally
experienced the, most satisfiiciory resulls
Irom the use ol tins vaiuaum nieuicme.
Make a memorandum of tills all ye wImho
svs"cms are run down. Brown s iron mi
ters will euro vou. 1
KILPATRICK'S PRETTY AIDE.
A Romance of the War Revived la a Chi
cago Police Court.
A romance ot the late war was revived
A trnmn innrH nt a lionae In the sub- In the Police Court her to-day. One day
' 11 I. .V. 1 - Ufa! w V, A flmtl
TT WADNWOHTH ft UttM. Planlnr Milt.
11 Scroll auwlntr. mutublng. pluinng, ouj,
done to order. Denier In lumber, lath, slilo
glut, doors, anab. blinda. moulding and dreai)
lumber of all aorta. Vaxd, near ilamllu'S teed
latore. Wellington. O.
! T W. Ot'OHTwN. dealer In spocUolea,
tl a eye (lasse, raitdln yliuaos, opera
a-laases, telesooiMm, and a full line or optical
oode. Oold, silver, stoel, rubber and collu
T.jrf rmnu.ar tho flnoatrrades kept In slock.
ltcfllilng and repairing old framo done to
:oraer. ruiinir nimoui ejo w-
floe, west side Publlo Square.
n. a. r.
klcets on til sec
esd and fourth
ings of each
Tost room in
J. J. Tiiomau.
No. Indpl. 4 W. Etpre.s SMI a.m.
No. 8 Cin. A Col'a Es..top oa .Ignal S.lHe. m.
No. ft N. Y. A t In. Ex 1:41 p.m.
No.7-Cleve'd A Col'. Ex 4:M p.m.
No. S-Indpla A St L Ex 8 P m.
No. t Col. A L'in Night Ex 9:p.ro.
No.81-Local Freight 7 &5a. m
No. 14-St L A Ind Ex tp oa Igual..' 4:57. m.
No. S-Cln ACol Nmht Ex S.ISa.m.
No.xi-l.llin Clevo'd Ac 7:88 a. m.
No. W-St. Loul. A N. Y. Ex IS44 p. m.
No. 9 Cincinnati A Cleve d Kx e.sip.m.
No. 8-Local Freight L P- m.
E. B.THOMA8, O. B. SKINNER,
Uen. Manager. TraUlc Mausgcr.
A. J. 8MlTn.0en.Pss.Agt.
urbs of Houston, and said to the lady of
tlio house: "Please give a poor man who
is traveling, aud who is far away Irom
home, a trifle to heln nav expenses." "If
you haven't got any money to pay expens
es, whv do von travel?" she asked, in
Destroy that Sign,
' One may leel that he's getting old, but
be naturally dislike that anything about
bis appearance should advise others ot the
fact. Yet nothing does this so effectually
as thin and falling hair. No woman wants
to marry a man, una business nrms nest
late to emnlov a man, who shows this fatal
sign. Parker's Hair Balsam Is worlh to
you, in this regard, more than Its weight in
diamonds. Use It, and have plentiful and
glossy bair. Many have had every Irat e
ot grayness removed ana bald spots cover-
en bv usinir a sincie doiiiu. u-nu
in tbe spring ot 13, when General Judson
K1I Patrick's army was marching through
South Carolina, an unusually engaging and
pretty little woman came to the roadside
and inquired for the General. To him she
laid she was a school-teacher from Ver
tnont, stranded by tbe war, and asked ths
privilege of moving with his army. She
was put Into an ambulance, and subse
quently occupied a family carriage "for
aged" by tbe soldier. OnctVay there was
a new officer on the OeneraF staff, a boy
ish-looking fellow whoso face bad never
yet needed a razor. He sat oa his horse
rather awkwardly at first, and even after
many days was unable to arrive at the
easy gait of the veteran cavalryman.
"Who Is that yonng fellow?" would be
the question along tbe ranks as the staff
would sweep by on a gallop.
"That's Captain Charley," would be tbe
remark with a wink. Whon the truth was
known some men sneered, others bit their
Hps. All agreed it might have been ex-
place of safety, where the surgeon said no
bones wore broken, bnt that Captain
Charley would never again bear the voices
ot loved ones. He was Incurably deaf
from concussion. The snrgeon also in
dulged In some mutter ngs concerning a
General who would allow a woman to ride
with his staff officers. "Captain Charley"
had seen the last of the war. A few days
in tbe hospital restored her to health, but
her deafness prevented her maktp; a liv
ing at her former occupation. She drifted
into tho slums of Washington and New
York, and lastly to Chicago. Dissipation
made her an old woman before her time.
She was arraigned to-day for being drunk
and disordorly and was sent to the House
Tbe Evil the Game la Working Tpon our
N. Y. Mall and Express.
Stud-horse poker Is dangerous beer so
it has the air of Innocence and fair play.
Five cords are dealt, the same as In othor
poker, with this exception, that all but one
are exposed, and It is upon the strength or
weakness ot this bidden card that the
players win or lose their monoy, as the
caso may be. For instance, one player
may have an ace in sight, another a king,
and so on. Should any ono of these pair
the down card it would constitute the
strongest hand. Tho players can only
judge from the enrdi thrown around by the
deuler as to what pairs are out. Tbe high
. est cord or pair in sight must do the bet
tlntr. This eives the nlavor holding a
' strong pair, one of the cards of which Is
exposod, tho other hidden, a docide I ad
vantage, as the others may not be playing
him for a pair. The tables form a semi
I circle, and are so arranged that ten or
dozen men can play at one time. The
dealer with his chips sit In the center and
! requires each player to "anto" one chip,
' which entitles bim to draw two cards, the
first one of which is dealt with face down,
the second being exposed. The betting
, then begins and continues until the cards
we all drawn out. This looks like a very
fair game and probably would be wer it
not for the "rake-off" or percentage and
other little point which are kept a secret
among the favorites of the green-cloth cir
cle. The percentage token by the bouse absorbs
at least one-halt, and la so great that-old
and experienced gamblers will not play
their money against tb game. ner
the greateit evil exists 1 in the cheapness
of the game. nTh chips in the majority ot
the bouse art sold at tbe rat of two for
five cents, the player being required, to
buy fifty cents' worth at a time, or a
marly more as he likes. Should lac rtn
in hi favor, he may make quite a good
winning off a half a dollar. In nine cases
out of ten it goes tbe other way.
This, then, Is where the fascination of
the game come in. Each player Imagines
that be can play the game better than
some one else, and that there Is a fortune
in store for him if he only has nerve and
follows it op. Young men who could not
be induced to play their money against
other games at chance are daily caught in
the meshes at " stud poker," and, once in,
they find it hard to extricate themselves.
"Fifty cent worth, Just for amuse
ment," says tho smiling tempter, and tbe
halt-dollar is exchanged for a small stack
of Ivories; the cards are dealt, and tbe be
ginner, at the end of soveral plays, finds
that his capital bas been increased four
fold. "Great game!" cries the novioe.
"No good," growls the capper, who bas
been losing. "Try again," suggest the
dealer; "perhap yon will have better luck
next time." He does try again, and the
result Invariably is that either he or the
dealer bas all the chips when the game
closes. These, thon, are the recruiting
posts for the gambling house. Let a man
once become a victim to "tod-Doker" and
It will clinch him like tbe old man of the
sea. The best friend that can come to the
rescue of these poor fellows Is the law. It
is the only thing that can save them from
WHEEL!". & USE ERIE
A little ten-year miss told her mother pected At any rat,, lt was no man's par.
that she wss never going to be irarrlcd, ticulnr business. Very likely the General
Cleveland St Mariotta B. B.
From and after Dec. 22, 1881, until fut
flier notice, trains on this road will pass
Wellington as follows:
No. 17 Local...
No. .... ..
No. 10 Local.
t. OS p.m.
10. SO a m. '
S. SO p.m.
.. 4.90 p.m.
but meant to be a widow, because widows
dressed in such nice black and always
looked so happy.
Keynote to Health,
Health is wealth. Wealth means indo-
nendi ncc. The kevnote is Dr. Bmianko'i
Cough and Lung Syrup, the beat cough
svrun in the world. Cures cotiehs, colds,
pains In the chest, bronchitis and primary
consumption. One dose gives relief In
every case. Take no other. Price 50 cents
and El. harapies tree, com uy vroosier
& Adams. oyi-isi.
would provide for tho girl when a railroad
should be reached. "Captain Charley"
rode with Kilpatr ck through the Caro
lina. One day there was a stubborn fight
in which ono regiment got separated from
the main body. It was necessary that
orders be sent it. Nobody cared to go, for
Urav Dr. Rabbeth.
St. James' Gazette.
Doe any one ever hear of medical
man who lacks courage? There Is a sat!
story In the newipaper to-day of a doc
tor' gallantry and devotion. A child al
the Gray's Inn Road Froe Hospital wal
suffering from diphtheria, and the opera
tion of pacheotomy was performed. Is
order to remove the matter that had ac
cumulated In tbe child's throat lt becamt
necessary to suck tt through a tnbe, and
this was done by the senior medical officer,
Dr. Samuel Rabbeth. The Doctor, how
ever, caught the disease, and, we regrol
to aay, died last night a victim of
noble and courageous sense ot duty.
Such acts are fortunately not rare Is
our hospital wards and infirmaries; bul
they assuredly deaorve torn recognition
when they are recorded. Moat men mod
Englishmen, at any rate we suppose an
tb valley was swept with grape, canister ' not deficient In a certain kind of physical
and shells, but Captain Charley's black 1 bravery; but the bravery required to
eyes were blazing. Turning to KJ1 pa trick ; charge a battery of machine guru, 01
Meat first and third Wediiewhi)' ovenuun D
teh month. UoumsU Euiermn'a black.
D. P. bnsi.oo3r, JWetori
, T. M. Vacobs, Reporter.
Tralna 1 and 8 daily. 4 and 1 dally, except Bun
der. 1 and 8 aolld train Pltuburg to Chicago.
Take sleeper here.
Toledo-With sll lines entering the city.
Irumonl-Wlth I.. K. A W. It U,
Clyde With I II. A W. H. H.
IWIIevne-Wlth N. Y. C. A St. L. R. R.
Monruevtlle-Wlth B. A O. It. H-Wellington-Wllli
C, C, C. A I. Ry.
Cre.toJ-Wlth N. Y.. P. A O. P. R.
Orrvllle-Wltu C. A. A O. K. B- and P., Fu W.
C. K. R. . ;
Maaalllon With T.. Ft. W. v a. n. ana v.,
T. V. AW. R.R.
Valley Junction Witn vanoy n. i.
Canal Dover-Wltb O. A P. R. K. aud C, T. V.
W. R. R.
Newcomentown witn r., v. m 01. u. u. u.
Camtirld(!0-Wlth B. A O. lt. R.
point PlearanV-Wlth W. C. A M. R. R.
Marietta With M. A O. R. R.
V. D. WOODFORD, JAB. M. TTALT,
Uea Bapt Uen.Paaa.Agt
"G'mawnln, Eph. What am you doln'
fur a libln' dese dayat" "Me? W'y I'to
sistant sup'inlendent ob de bigges' rail
road In dis country." ."G'long! You dosn
tole met Golly, Epht What does the
sistant sup'intendon' hat to do?" "Nutli-
In' but 'slst de sup'lnlcntenden' when he
wants to put on his obercoat an' slch.
Mrs. Dr. Walton's Periodical Tea.
Mother WattMba. preacrlbed Hill valuable medl-
eln.forasreat many rear, la her prtvat practice.
It ha. proved ao unfailing speelSe I th treatment
of th. many dlaordmrto which th female frm.tlia
tloa Is .select. It Is a sar ear for tne monmiy
troubl.t that ao many women Boffw. Mailed on receipt
of nrlee. SOaenta. FBAX1KK MEDICAL CO.
4yl Outbuid O.
he aid: "Let me go, General."
"Go, then. Take low ground there In '
the hollow and ride like tbe devil." All
watched the dayple-gray a he spun along
an unused wagon-track in the hollow. A
redoubled roar of artillery and tne sharp
nap ot rifles told lt was no summer
shower through which Captain Charley
was riding. The rider disappeared and
cessation of Bring by the detached regi
ment told that the order bad been deliv
ered. Then cams the regiment sweeping np
the main road and a cleared field, their
sabers flashing In tbe sun. Captain Char
ley essayed to com back and Join hi
chlof. Just at the moment wben tbe aide-
de-camp reached tbe last elevation In bis
parllou path, an enormous shell exploded,
seemingly over his head. Captain Charley
fell to tb earth, but his well-trained and
faithful hors stood fast. Half a dosen of
th escort that now came np without or
ders ruihed down the bill, picked np the
nnconscious body and conveyed U to a
Court Proceedings. '
' For first two weeks of January term
1885, Hon. G. W. Lewis, Judge :
Albert Ely vs II. II. Poppleton. Con
tinued. Albert Ely vs Wm Walsh. Continued.
Wm Fisher vs M W Fierce. Dismissed
Conrud G Ormsby vs Orpha Ormsby et
id. Dismissed at plaintiff's costs
F E Bronson vs Village of Oberlin.
Decree for plaintiff.
Solomon Ipa vs Hastings & Gott. Dis
missed without prejudice at plaintiffs cost
Allien Ely vs Elizabeth Bird et al.
Lawreuce Faulhaber vs Peter Urig.
Dismissed without prejudice at pluinllfTs I
A W Shcrbonily vj John L Cole et al.
Sarah Bennett vs James Quln. Con.
Tlierissa Oslermau vs John Linden et al.
Calhoun, Robblns & Co vs Simon Levy
et al. Continued. ,
Bridget Caldwell vs Dene Caldwell.
Dismissed at plaintiff's cost.
Adell Budd vs James Budd. Continued.
Thomas Armltage vs Frank M Searlcs
t al. Dismissed at plaintiff's cost.
Isabell Crandall vs Charles Crandall.
El Ho Hawk vs Edward Hawk. Divorce
George Kreiger et al vs John Shaiblejr
et al. Decree tor partition.
Augustine Whitney, sdrnr, vs George
Staples. Dismissed at plaintiff's costs.
Alton II Moores vs Fordyce A Park.
Settled at plaintiff's cost.
Therlssa Osterman vs John Linden et
al. Demurrer overruled.
Sylvlna Reeves vs David Reeves. Di
vorce granted. '
Barbara E Mans vs Anton Mans. Di
vorce granted and name changed.
8arah E Plumb vs Jacob A Plumb. Di
Thomas Shields vs Daniel Titus. De
Rachel Parker vs Ann Cliff et al. Do-
fault v. decree and order of sale. Due
plaintiff, 351 10.
Selah Chamberlain, trustee, Charles
Liningcr ct al. Default decree ; and order
of sale. Due plaintiff, $313 30.
P D Reely vs Adolph Fllnck et al.
Settled and costs paid.
D M Osborne & Co vs Henry C Wilcox
etal. Default. Judgment for plaintiff,
The grand Jury returned 14 Indictments
at this term of court.
Ohio vs Cuas Mason snd John Abdrews.
Horse stoaling. Plea not guilty.
Ohio vs Frank Brockway. Larceny.
Ohio vs August Koohle. Burglary. Plea
Ohio vs August Koohle. Forgery. Plea
Ohio vs John Massey, Henry Flannlgan,
Thomas Flannlgan, Peter Flood. Burglary
and larceny. Plea guilty. Flood and
Henry FlHnnigan sentenced to Reform
School ; Massey and Thomas Flannlgan to
Penitentiary, with request to Gov. Iloadly
10 commute sentence and transtcr them to
Ohio vs John Massey, Frederick Hud
son, Henry Flsnnlgan, Thomas Flannlgan.
Burglary and larceny. Plea not guilty.
Ohio vs Henry Flannlgan, George Ellis,
Frederick Hudson. Burglary and larceny.
Flannlgan and Ellis arraigned. Plea guil
ty. Sentenced to Rclorm School.
Ohio vs Henry Flannlgan, Frederick
Hudson. Burglary and larceny. FJanni
:jn arraigned. Plea not guilty. Noll led
as to Flannlgan
Ohio vs Henry Flannlgan, Frederick
Hudson. Obstructing railroad track.
Flannlgan arraigned. Plea not guilty.
Ohio vs Henry Vogley, Frank McClin
tock, Henry Flannlgan, Thomas Flannl-
nan, Frederick Hudson. Larceny. Plea
of II Flannlgan, McCllntock and Vogley
guilty j of T Flannlgan not guilty. McClln
tik and Vogley sentenced to pay fine of
1 10 and costs.
Ohio vs Frank Callan. Larceny. Plea
To snv body who has disease of throat
or lungs we will send proof that Plso's
Cure tor Consumption has CiirH the same
complaints In other esses. Address,
E. (' UAZkXTiMB, Waireu Pa.
even what napoieon caneu
O'clock In the morning courage," which
he daimed and which hi enemies dialed
him, might fall before such an ordeal as
that incurred by th yonng medical offiier,
Dr. Rabbeth, II pear, was only in bit
tw raty-elghth year.
" I Am l.:.l,m.n In - at rwn r-fi Inv. atAOfl
Red Stun to Oo Down Little Throat. , 8 .
Emrldge Gorry to a Jf. Y. Interviewer. hn-klng at a strange V.aKd. "W here are
1 Chocolate bomb, are at out th. size of a you frn.-Pat?' "Begorra, air, J m Irom
pigeon' egg and are made of a hollow anywhere but here," he replied, ;'an 1 11
shell of cryatallzed candy, filled with toon be from here, too, sir."
sweetened fusU oil and alcohol. They are '.
eoatod outside with chocolate and have a A Reliable Article,
balf of the kernel of a Madeira nntj stuck p enterprise, push and a desire to get
on top. Tbe content ot three tomb will BOch ood j,, wi, ,lve t)lt trade satlsfac-
flll a wlneglaas and maka a man drunk. n Wooster A Ad mis Ihe Druggist 'eads
Rock-and-rye drops are permeated wiih a m), coropeHilon. They sell Dr. BosHnko's
vile combination ot alcohol and fuiil oU. (vuirb ttnd Lung Syrup, because It Is tbe
Borne chool children have confessed tbt y medicine on the market for coagha,
their condition of partial intoxication is cnds,- croup and primary consumption.
attributable to tbe cnocoiate Doraua aaa price 00 cents anu ft- oampic tree.
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