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Elyria Democrat, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1889, Elyria, Ohio LIBERTY, XXIIJ. TJINTOISr. ELTKIA, OHIO, TUESDAY. MARCH 14, 1889. NO. 27. Directorv- AND Office CburchAUncoounts considered are rendered. ,VK-.. r> C Campbell, PHYSICIAN AND SUUUEON, Grafton. O., offers his professional service to the oeople o: Graton win Office in Hotel builtUng. Ii A TIORNKY --'AU-'O COTJNSELeR AT- Klvria, Oh'o. Office on Uhoipside. upstairs. Win. H. Tucker, A TTORNEY AT LAW, Notary rubllc.Roal Estate anrt Insurance AKeut. Mort- gages, Reuses, and Wills dritwu Specta! atien- tion to settlemeoits of and collecting notes and MOJVEY TO LOAN amTResiiiencc, Eust riccond St. Elj-fja, O C- H. Coolittle, A XTGRNEY-AT-.LAW. N'otary Public. In- Mtmnce Agent, Elyria, Specii.latten- :on puid to the settlement of estates, and tocol- fxstinj; couvevaucinK. iu Beobu Jock. JDAVID J..NYJB, ATTOBNKY-AT-LAW and NOTASY PUBLIC Room .wo. 1. Ely Block WM. SHAKP AND urOXSELOB AT A. tiAW..' Office So 3 Snearer alock to locin to parties on fjirin aud other security in large or sinhJls.ums. AIso'MONET TO LOAN en gpod security, notes and securities negotiated "PAXJEr-iOTS applied for by X.- IF1 .A. Y ELYRIA, O BENSON. MANUFACTURERS ol .and dealer in Car- riftges. "Wagons, Sleighs. .Repairing done promptly. Opposite the American House, O TRADE MARK- Street, A. Well -For Consumption. sia, CaEarrVrHeaa __. Neuralgia, ana all chronic ami Nervous Disor- ders. "The Compound Oxysen Drs. Starkey Palen. Xo. 1529 Arch Phila- delphia. have been using for the last sixteen years, is a seicot itio adjustnienc of the elements ofOxygen nd Xitrogen magnetized, and the compound is so condensed and made portable thai it is sent al. over the world. Drs. Starkey and Pulen liave the liberty to refer to the following named persons srho have tried their treatment: Hon. William D. KelU'v, Member of Congress Philadelphia. Key. Victor L. Conrad. Editor Lntheian Ob- serve-, Philadelphia. Rev. Charles W. Cushinfr, f.ockporc, N. Y. Hon. William Penn Editor Inter Ocean. Chicago, 111. Bev. A. W. Moore, editor The Century, Lan- caster. C. W. H Worthington. editor New South, Bir- mingham. Judge H. P. Vrooman, Quenemo, Mrs. Mary A. Liivennore, Melross. Mass. Judsre K. S. Vorhees, Now York City. Mr. 'K C. Knight. Philadelphia. JHr. Frank Siddall, Merchant, Philadelphia. Hon. W. W. Solutyler. Eastoa. 1'n. Edward L. Wilson. ?33 Broadway, N. Y., En. Philadelphia Photographer. M. -Lyon, Waiiiica, Hawaii. Sandwich Islands. Alexander Ritchie. Inverness. Scotland. Mus. Manuel V. Ortega, Fresnillo, Zecatecas, Mexico. Mrs Emma Cooper, Utila, Spanish Honduras, Central Am--rica. J. Cob_b_t 0. S- Vice Consul Casablanca, Mo- rocco. M. V. Ashbrook. Ued Bluff, Cal. Ernest Turner, Jiottingham, Ensrland. Jacob Ward, Bowral. Xew Soufh Wales, and fflany others invery part of the United States. its modepf action and is the title of a brochure of nearly 200 pages, published by Drs. Balen, M-hich gives to all inquirers full inlormation as to this remarkahe curative agent and a record of surprising cures in a -wide range of chronic eases many of them alter being abandoned to die sy other physicians. It TviD be mailed free to any address on application. Address, DBS. STARKEY PAL.EN. 1529 Arch street. Philadelphia, Pa CONSUMPIIOH COUGH OR COLD BRONCHITIS Throat Affection SCROFULA Wasting of Flesh Or any Disease where the TJiroat and Jjungs ore Inflamed, lack of Strength or fierce Power, you. can be Relieved and Cured by SCOTT'S PURE COD LIVER OIL With Hypopbosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. for Scott's Emulsion, and let no plantation, or felicitation induce you to mccept Sold jail SCOTT ABOWHE. M. Y> A. M. OVER- COATS wMcli lie will sell clie'ap.. The "Moriaicli" white shirt-is made of tlie best cot-- ton aucl 2200 linen bosom. Every shirt to fiit. We will take measures for a quarter or ore-lialf dozen" without extra charge at A. M. Fitch's. Always in the lead! duett's Crown Collars and Cuffs. Tlie best made. 15, 20 and 25 cents at Fitch's. 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. Fitch's. We will sell the balance of our winte Overcoats at a- discount of 20 per cent. A. M. FITCH. If you want .a pr.etty, Blouse Waist- or Jersey Suit go toEitch's. You often hear the remark: Prices have come down. since Fitch 'came to Not prices .but profits have comedown. Gash one Price, Honest Goods, Not trash, suit an honest man. You dont have td pay enormous prices to make up fgr heav.y losses when you buy at a cash Louse. People are finding it out and are going to FITCH'S. You -can... eet Warns usta muslin, all-linen-bosom t Shirt for. 50 cents, Fitch's. A full line; of Trunksfand Sach els at Fitch's See Hats. J J ELYRIA, O., next door to Savings Bank. It Makes You Hungry "I nave used Palne's Celery Compound and It has had a salutary effect. It Invigorat- ed, tlie system and I feel like a man. It Improves tlie appetite and racllltates dlges1 J. T. COPE- LAKD, Primus, S.C. Paine's Celery Compound Is a unique tonic and ap'pettzer. Pleasant to the taste, quick In its action, and without anv injurious effect, it gives that rugged health makes everything taste good. It cures dyspepsia and kindred disorders. Physicians prescribe it. Six for ss.oo. 'Druggists. WELLS, RICHARDSON Co., Burlington, Vt. Spring medicine means more now-a-days than it did ten years ago. The winter of isss-SS the nerves all fagged, out. The nerves must be strengthened, the blood purified, liver and trowels regulated. Palne's Celery the Spring, medicine of aU this, as nothing else can. Prescribed by Physicians, Jtecommended by Endorsed by Minister t, Guaranteed by the Manufacturers to be The Best Spring Medicine, "In the spring- of 1SS71 was all run down. "I would get up In the morning with so tired a feeling, and was so weak that I could hardly get around. I Doughta bottle of Palne's Celery Com- pound, and before I had taken it a -week I felt very much better. I can cheefully recommend It to all who need a building up and strengthen- ing medicine." Mrs. B. A. Dow, Burlington, Vt. DIAMOND DYES uiHmunu UIC.H tr fail! Alwayssure! rnnn Nourishes babies perfectly. UUU Physician' sfavorUe. We have an entirely new stock of Men's, Boy's, and Children's Clothing, Fur- nishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Trunks and Valises, ji Rubber Clothing, Ruqgle W ]S7o. 4, MARVELOUS MEMORY DISCOVERY. Only Genuine SjMm Wmnt Mild evred. Krery eMM mtnlt kenefltted. GnM to Plum. witb opinioM of Dr. Wm. the world-faowd Spedkfiit in Min ileaf THOKOlJSlL.V; tfUGHT TO VOp N M E.N SHERMAN TELEGRAPH C9 OBERLIN SITUATIONS FREE "GUARANTEED. G. A. R. talks about it in a common sense man- eveuth Annual Camp Fire of-ner' and although an enthusiast on the Richard Allen Post. subject, yet his enthusiasm is not that of a visionary crank, but of a practical si; Richard Allen Post, of Elyria gave, scientist, who gives philosophic reasons nth annual Camp Fire in G. for the faith that him. Commo- R. hall last Friday evening. It wasjdore Schroeiier has been an extensive occasion long to be remembered, j traveler fry land and water, and offered ntiment. fun and music enlivened his services to Wm. Gordon Bennett to ehour. The hall was crowded with j find Livingstone. He has traveled ex- stenms, there being representatives pensively in Africa, and outlined the resent from nearly all the posts In the route taken by Stanley. He was sev- pfcmnty. eral years in the U. S. Navy and is well tit was the occasion of the annnal; posted in nautical science, and the geo- of Department Commander O'Neal j eraphy of the world. the posts of Lorain county. j" Mr. "c. V. Hemenway says that money The Ladies Relief Corps of Elyria, j invested by stockhokfers" in the gas feisted by the ladies of the G. A. in Wellington has paid nrved a fine supper in the early partner cent, dividend. the evening. I Grandfather Perry will be 99-years Commander Kelsey presided and old March ICth, and is well and hearty, i lied the program, which was of Daniel Williams, a pioneer of this lualjnterest, embracing a variety of; locality died last Friday evening. He leech and song. j Was one of the original abolitionists of exercises opened with prayer Oberlin band of rescuers, inplain Robinson, which was followed] t the Kimberly Trio of Cleveland, Verttict W. D. Suit, Droorgist, Eippus, Tnd., -M can recommend Electric 'Bitters as the best remedy. Kvery bob- tie sold has given relief in every qase, One man took six bottles, and "was cttr- c-d of Rheumatism, of 10 Abrahftm. Hare, druggist, BeH- ville, Ohio, affirms: "The medicine 1 have ever handled in my years' experience, is Electric Bitters ihousands of others have added their testimony, so that the verdict is unani- mous that lectnc Bitters do cure all diseases of the Liver. Kidneys or Blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at H. J. LADX'S Drug Store. 2 JvORTU A.MIIEKST. Mrs. Mary Ann Rice, second wife of l r i T i J.IAIO. iio-ixi y -mil J.I.HJC, OUOi'UU >Y lie UL almposed of David Kimberly, treasurer D 0- 3'P J' Peter Rice, departed tins life March7th SlCuyahoga coun'v, Col. Gnttin andLoon on r> J 1889, aged 80 years, 9 months and 20 days. Funeral services will take place [Major Dwight Palmer, all of Cleveland. ie Trio is a grand success in -.onii.o i, -n o'clock. Sunday March 10th, at the rth and comic. They j church in Brownhelm. Mrs. Hahn. wife of George. Hahn, died Sunday March 3, 1889. aged 80 jirieuds and relatives. She was one of oldest residents in this locality 'j where she had lived fifty-Jive years, and k the house by storm every tiruei sang. .ev. Early of Eaton, delivers_ vears- 1 he funeral occurred Tuesday ring address of welcome, which was _, j ji at the church in Brownhelm station, cwed by the principle address of the -ino-, delivered by officiating, mauxler O'Neil, of Lebanon, O.l and WaS attended a number of .e speaker reviewed the general! :h of the G. A R in Ohio, showing order to be in the most progressive, i .was highly respected by all who knew iqpditiou. ihe purpose and aims oti, iher. Her husband and one son, Chas. order were forcibly illustrated, also i ._ f ,__ sand two sisters, Mrs. Taber whe is tl years of age, and Mrs. Brown of Brown- helm, who is also well along in years, survive her. The remains were inter- red in the cemetery at jSForth Amherst Reporter. HEJTKIETTA. The insurance companies have re- work of charity it does for dy veterans was eloquently set forth Ige O'Neal is an interesting and jiiblu speaker, and his address left a and lasting impression upon his ers. The address was interspersed the spice of good humor and was witlTstorms of applause. a humorous par- ride recited, by David _'.-.-, -j.-.-" jcy was the next oil This excellent piece of humorous com- Dosition took the veterans by storm. Kimberly'recites German dialect with wonderful tact. Rev. Garnil representin HamlingPost fused to pay George Hughs any of the insurance on the two barns, stock and that it was insured in the name of his dead father, John Hughs. No honor in that. BIRMINGHAM. Uorman W. An dress is kiln-drying of Wellington, made the next speech, potatoes at the rate of 300 bushels per and Past Commander Smith represen-! day. He buys the potatoes at 12 cts y Lorain Post, and Newton L. Cotton of Rice Post, North Amherst, per bushel. The product is known as Saratoga chips when dry. made an excellent little speech. Judge are sold at the rate of 18 to 25 Hinman repeated his lecture on the'pound, gray-back to the amusement of all. VEKJIILLIOX Major Palmer of Cleveland, made a The chips cts per short speech in which he complimented the Hon. Geo. G. Washburn in his Last Friday evening Adolph Heyman who resides miles south of this place made a mistake which nearly cost him ihis life, it seems that Heyman and legislative work in behalf of the soldier jllis famny were preparing to visit some Major Palmer was a member of friends when Mr. Heyman went down general assembly with Mr. Washburn. cellar to set a drink .of cider and un- Pat Dowlino-of Toledo, was the took a drink from a jug i containing washing lluid. As soon as speaker. His address was followed by jhe discovered his mistake he jumped Kimberly Hnto a buggy and came to town in j another recitation by .Mr. i which capped the climax as a humor- ous production. closed the regu- lar program of the evening, when a social of several was enjoyed and the time spent in telling stories, and singing by the Trio, meeting of o it was a As stated before, unusual interest and will long be who had the present. good remembered by fortune of all being County and Neighborhood If CATS. Wellington's would be north pole ex- plorer, Commodore William Schroe- der, who is holding correspondence with the imperial geographical society of Austria, concerning an expedition, 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 Quigiey in his office and he immediate- ly aduiiuistered the necessary antidotes Mr. Heymau is at present getting along as well as can be expected under the circumstances. There is a project on foot to estab- lish a bank at this Am- herst Reporter. AMHERST. Since Mr. Cone has been serving his sentence in the work-house quite a number of thefts have been committed, which goes to prove there is a gang of miserable and goodfornething scamps about here who do not get an hone'st living. We sincerely hope every one of them may be exposed and punished to the full extent of the' law. PlTTSFIELD. Mrs. LucettaHall died at the advanc- ed age of 92 years, last week. She was a continuous resident of the town since 1833. KlPTOX. The ticket office was entered in broad Joseph regarding the succession to the dav iight ]ast week and tlj0 money throne. The royal geographical society drawer robbed of in bills. It is he says is maintained bv the Austrian thougnt to have been some small boy government and cannot'move in through the ticket office ing out scientific enterprises unless ordered by the government. The let- window. OUF.KLIX. The college charges E. C. Richter of tcrs received by the Commodore College, Wis. with plagiarism. CREAM Used the Uniterl States Government. En- dorsed by hearts of tte greas Universities: l Public Food Analysts, as the Strongest, reTt and Healt-hiul: Dr Price's .Cream Baking does not contain Jihinionia. I ime or Alum. Ur Price's Delicious Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange.. -Alnxoii'd; Rose. etc.. do not Poisonous" Oils or Chemicals. PRICE BAKISTG. POWDER CO NEW YORK CHICAGO -8T LOPJS H. J.EADY, No. 6, Cheapside, Elyria, O. ITull line of all Cougt. and other medicines. Sole asjent. for Lorain O County of :MC. i. s. Todd's and other Chicken Tonics. Horse and Cattle Powders. Eady's Liniment, Eady's Bitters. Try oui' Hot Drinks Something new.. Particular attention paid to prescriptions. Open Sundays at 9 a. m., 12 m and 6pm O. J. PECK, Insurance and Real Estate A. O E Y. HOTAKI PUBLIC DXKDB MOETGAQIS AlfD tOAWS Written MONEY TO the royal scientists speak with appro- val of his plan, and state that the sup- port of the government can be obtained for an expedition that promises practi- cal results. The Commodore has cor- responded with and partially revealed his plan to the geographical societies of the U. S., Great Britain, France and Belgium, receiving replies endorsing it as practical, but these governments are skeptical about engaging in polar ex- peditions, because of, the Greely and DfcLong failures.- Commodore has! unbounded confidence in his plan, Mr. R. defeated an Oberlin student at the International Oratorical contest at Lawrence, Kansas last nonsense! How few there are, who are really original! If the stolen ideas and borrowed forms of expression which enter into the essays and orations of students on public occasions were elim- inated 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 thoughts.tnat the genius of Cicero is folly. The aver- agelitn-'irGaects" borrowed light ana A Gold Watch for only Per week by our Improved Club Sys tern. The cases in our watches are ful ly warranted for 20 years. The me ov ments are Elgin and Waltham, reliable find well known. The watches are Hunter case or open face, Ladies or (i eats' winders and setters, and are fully equal in durability, ser vice and appearance to any S50 watch. We sell these watches for spot cash and send to any address by Express or Registered Mail: or by our club system at SI per week. One good reliable AGENT WANTED in each place. Write for particulars. EMPIRE WATCH CLUB Co., 34 Park Row, -50m6 New York, N. Y. Arnica The best Salve in the world fee bruises, sores, nlcers, oalt rbem, fertr sores, tetter, chapped kaacls, cMlblmi corns, and all tiyely cures It is guaranteed to Wction, or money. cents EWSFAPER
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