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Elyria Democrat, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1889, Elyria, Ohio MARCH 14, 1889. NO. 27. AND Office considered are C PHYSICIAN AND offers his professional service to the Graton win Office in Hotel Ii A AT- Office on H. A AT Notary Estate Insurance and Wills tion to of and collecting notes and TO LOAN Eust St. O C- H. A In- puid to the settlement of and iu JDAVID and PUBLIC Room 1. Ely Block AND AT A. Office So 3 Snearer alock to locin to parties on aud other security in large or TO LOAN en notes and securities negotiated applied for by Y O MANUFACTURERS ol dealer in done Opposite the American O TRADE A. Well ana all chronic ami Nervous Compound Drs. Starkey 1529 Arch have been using for the last sixteen is a of the elements nd and the compound is so condensed and made portable thai it is sent al. over the Drs. Starkey and Pulen liave the liberty to refer to the following named persons have tried their Hon. William D. Member of Congress Victor L. Editor Ob- Rev. Charles W. N. Y. Hon. William Penn Editor Inter 111. A. W. editor The C. W. H editor New Judge H. P. Mrs. Mary A. Mass. K. S. Now York Mr. 'K C. Frank Hon. W. W. 1'n. Edward L. N. Philadelphia M. Sandwich Alexander Mus. Manuel V. Mrs Emma Spanish Central J. 0. S- Vice Consul M. V. Ued Cal. Ernest Jacob Xew and others invery part of the United its action and is the title of a brochure of nearly 200 published by Drs. gives to all inquirers full as to this curative agent and a record of surprising cures in a range of chronic eases many of them alter being abandoned to die sy other It be mailed free to any address on STARKEY 1529 Arch Pa COUGH OR COLD BRONCHITIS Throat Affection SCROFULA Wasting of Flesh Or any Disease where the and ore lack of Strength or fierce can be Relieved and Cured by SCOTT'S PURE COD LIVER OIL With PALATABLE AS for Scott's and let no or felicitation induce you to Sold jail SCOTT M. A. M. OVER- COATS lie will sell The white made of tlie best ton 2200 linen Every shirt to We will take measures for a quarter or without extra charge at A. M. Always in the Crown Collars and Tlie best 15, 20 and 25 cents at Until March 10th all winter goods will be sold at a discount make room for Spring goods which are now coming in daily at A. M. We will sell the balance of our winte Overcoats at a- discount of 20 per cent. A. M. If you want Blouse or Jersey Suit go You often hear the Prices have come since Fitch to Not prices profits have Gash one Honest Not suit an honest You dont have td pay enormous prices to make up fgr losses when you buy at a cash People are finding it out and are going to You eet Warns usta t Shirt 50 A full line; of Sach els at Fitch's See J J next door to Savings It Makes You Hungry nave used Celery Compound and It has had a salutary It tlie system and I feel like a It Improves tlie appetite and J. T. S.C. Paine's Celery Compound Is a unique tonic and Pleasant to the quick In its and without anv injurious it gives that rugged health makes everything taste It cures dyspepsia and kindred Physicians prescribe it. Six for RICHARDSON Vt. Spring medicine means more than it did ten years The winter of the nerves all The nerves must be the blood liver and trowels Celery the medicine of aU as nothing else can. Prescribed by by Endorsed by Minister Guaranteed by the Manufacturers to be The Best Spring the of 1SS71 was all run would get up In the morning with so tired a and was so weak that I could hardly get I bottle of Celery Com- and before I had taken it a I felt very much I can recommend It to all who need a building up and ing Mrs. B. A. Vt. DIAMOND DYES tr Nourishes babies UUU We have an entirely new stock of and Children's Hats and Trunks and ji Rubber W 4, MARVELOUS MEMORY Only Genuine Mild eMM GnM to witb opinioM of Dr. the in Min ileaf TO VOp N M SHERMAN TELEGRAPH C9 OBERLIN SITUATIONS FREE G. A. R. talks about it in a common sense Annual Camp Fire and although an enthusiast on the Richard Allen yet his enthusiasm is not that of a visionary but of a practical Richard Allen of Elyria who gives philosophic reasons nth annual Camp Fire in G. for the faith that R. hall last Friday It has been an extensive occasion long to be j traveler fry land and and offered fun and music enlivened his services to Gordon Bennett to The hall was crowded with j find He has traveled ex- there being representatives pensively in and outlined the resent from nearly all the posts In the route taken by He was eral years in the U. S. Navy and is well tit was the occasion of the posted in nautical and the geo- of Department Commander O'Neal j of the the posts of Lorain Mr. V. Hemenway says that money The Ladies Relief Corps of j invested by in the gas by the ladies of the G. A. in Wellington has paid a fine supper in the early partner the I Grandfather Perry will be 99-years Commander Kelsey presided and old March and is well and i lied the which was of Daniel a pioneer of this embracing a variety locality died last Friday He leech and j Was one of the original abolitionists of exercises opened with prayer Oberlin band of which was t the Kimberly Trio of W. D. can recommend Electric as the best Kvery tie sold has given relief in every One man took six and c-d of of 10 medicine 1 have ever handled in my is Electric Bitters of others have added their so that the verdict is mous that Bitters do cure all diseases of the Kidneys or Only a half dollar a bottle at H. J. Drug 2 Mrs. Mary Ann second wife of l r i T i y lie UL of David treasurer D 0- 3'P Peter departed tins life Col. on J 1889, aged 80 9 months and 20 Funeral services will take place Dwight all of ie Trio is a grand success in -n Sunday March 10th, at the rth and They j church in Mrs. wife of died Sunday March 3, 1889. aged 80 and She was one of oldest residents in this locality where she had lived and k the house by storm every Early of 1 he funeral occurred Tuesday ring address of which was j ji at the church in by the principle address of the delivered by of and WaS attended a number of speaker reviewed the of the G. A R in showing order to be in the most i highly respected by all who knew ihe purpose and aims Her husband and one order were forcibly also i f sand two Mrs. Taber whe is tl years of and Mrs. Brown of who is also well along in survive The remains were inter- red in the cemetery at Amherst The insurance companies have re- work of charity it does for dy veterans was eloquently set forth Ige O'Neal is an interesting and and his address left a and lasting impression upon his The address was interspersed the spice of good humor and was of a humorous ride by David jcy was the next oil This excellent piece of humorous com- took the veterans by German dialect with wonderful Rev. Garnil fused to pay George Hughs any of the insurance on the two stock and that it was insured in the name of his dead John No honor in Uorman W. An dress is of made the next potatoes at the rate of 300 bushels per and Past Commander Smith He buys the potatoes at 12 cts y Lorain and Newton L. Cotton of Rice North per The product is known as Saratoga chips when made an excellent little Judge are sold at the rate of 18 to 25 Hinman repeated his lecture on to the amusement of Major Palmer of made a The chips cts per short speech in which he complimented the Hon. G. Washburn in his Last Friday evening Adolph Heyman who resides miles south of this place made a mistake which nearly cost him it seems that Heyman and legislative work in behalf of the soldier were preparing to visit some Major Palmer was a member of friends when Mr. Heyman went down general assembly with Mr. cellar to set a drink cider and un- Pat was the took a drink from a jug i containing washing As soon as His address was followed by jhe discovered his mistake he jumped Kimberly a buggy and came to town in j another recitation by i which capped the climax as a ous closed the lar program of the when a social of several was enjoyed and the time spent in telling and singing by the meeting of o it was a As stated unusual interest and will long be who had the good remembered by fortune of all being County and Neighborhood If Wellington's would be north pole ex- Commodore William who is holding correspondence with the imperial geographical society of concerning an states that the expedition will be de- layed on account of the death of Crown Prince Rudolph and the trouble in the household consequent of Francis search of a doctor and luckily found in his office and he ly the necessary antidotes Mr. is at present getting along as well as can be expected under the There is a project on foot to lish a bank at this herst Since Mr. Cone has been serving his sentence in the quite a number of thefts have been which goes to prove there is a gang of miserable and scamps about here who do not get an We sincerely hope every one of them may be exposed and punished to the full extent of Mrs. died at the ed age of 92 last She was a continuous resident of the town since 1833. The ticket office was entered in broad Joseph regarding the succession to the dav week and money The royal geographical society drawer robbed of in It is he says is maintained bv the Austrian to have been some small boy government and in through the ticket office ing out scientific enterprises unless ordered by the The The college charges E. C. Richter of tcrs received by the Commodore Wis. with CREAM Used the States En- by hearts of tte greas l Public Food as the reTt and Dr Price's Baking does not contain I ime or Ur Price's Delicious do not Oils or PRICE POWDER CO NEW YORK CHICAGO H. No. 6, O. line of all and other Sole for Lorain O County of i. s. Todd's and other Chicken Horse and Cattle Try Hot Drinks Something Particular attention paid to Open Sundays at 9 a. 12 m and 6pm O. J. Insurance and Real Estate A. O E Y. HOTAKI PUBLIC Written MONEY TO the royal scientists speak with val of his and state that the port of the government can be obtained for an expedition that promises cal The Commodore has cor- responded with and partially revealed his plan to the geographical societies of the U. Great France and receiving replies endorsing it as but these governments are skeptical about engaging in polar ex- because the Greely and Commodore unbounded confidence in his Mr. R. defeated an Oberlin student at the International Oratorical contest at Kansas last How few there who are really If the stolen ideas and borrowed forms of expression which enter into the essays and orations of students on public occasions were there would be little left of them but we mean it. The idea that the immature mind of the boyor girl graduate of the High School or College is capable of giving utterance to the genius of Cicero is The borrowed light ana A Gold Watch for only Per week by our Improved Club Sys The cases in our watches are ful ly warranted for 20 The me ov ments are Elgin and reliable find well The watches are Hunter case or open Ladies or (i winders and and are fully equal in ser vice and appearance to any We sell these watches for spot cash and send to any address by Express or Registered or by our club system at SI per One good reliable AGENT WANTED in each Write for EMPIRE WATCH CLUB 34 Park New N. Y. Arnica The best Salve in the world fee chapped and all cures It is guaranteed to or cents
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