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Elyria Independent Democrat (Newspaper) - April 08, 1874, Elyria, OhioJcj tvs of to blk. Farmers no sowing their Oata in Dulton a. I heat in Tanoy county. ., a seven inches High. Produces Lomeii weighing Twenty foor ounces apiece. Not More than sex too were in raw by people of Louisville in Tho Public my Rory lottery. A Kokomo a week old Only de of Pound and a half. It died irom the effects of too Many visitors. A yous lady now Tork re a has contributed Lief Gold earrings to Trio Charity Furtad. Sky tin no More ear ring child. A Box in the United states Bond warehouse at new York supposed to be merchandise proved on Lopo Ning to contain a coffin and a human body a county aged 70 years Ono Day last week felled t tree and Cut and split 1-10 rails and then walked homr All before 5 o clock Grace episcopal Church Newark. N. A splits at lost on. Ritualism. Bishop Odenheimer has been asked by Tho Low churchmen to Stop the riles. John e. Pierce of Jacksonville shot and killed his father i jaw and then fled. He was pursued by the vigilante captured Aud Hung to a tree. The Bones of five Indium in a sit Ting posture with a Kettle in front of them were it is said recently found in a Antic by some men who were Gina a Celler. A Farmer named John Gruber residing in alien county ind., fell dead while feeding his hogs a few Days age and before his body was discovered it had been nearly devoured. The counsel of Boss Tweed will not be Happy until the 23d of april. When their motion for a mandamus is to to granted or refused. They May not be Happy even then. Trapf tone of new York and James Ward of Toronto had a big Pigeon match at Stamford. Ct., at which the former can off Victor by three Birds. He killed eighty one. Three children of John Hembrook residing in Waterford Racine county went fishing on a Small Lake and while to engaged Tho ice broke beneath them and they wore drowned bodies of Cobaug and eng the siamese twins have been resorted to the surviving members of their who indignantly deny that they Ever bad any intention of exhibiting the remains to the Public. Judge b. B. Bogra Prev of chief Justice Chase publishes a card declaring be will Sno the editor of the Cincinnati comm Treiul for libel on account of strictures on Bis action with regard to the papers of or. Chase used As material for the biography a singular and fatal Accident is reported from a. A Young Man named tracs Hiebert. Stumbled against a table while getting out of bed and struck his neck on a lamp Globe. Severing his jugular vein. He bled to death in five minutes. Thomas Carr a worthy old gentleman was killed monday in the Catholic cemetery in Dorchester by a head Stone falling upon him. Lie had recently buried three children and was removing Tho head Stone preparatory to erecting a Monument Over them. An old gentleman named Walls at Indianapolis who had Boscn living in great want and suffering died on the sidewalk while being carried from the Honse to the Waggon of the undertaker Hedges who had gone there for that purpose of removing him to the Hospital. The recent death of Are. Moses crop Hera of Concord n. Ii., proves to have Baon a Moat distresses no Case of hydrophobia. She was bitten by a cat More than a year ago. About four weeks since she was seized with Aio Kness which by several Phye cans was called hysterics. Subsequently her symptoms were such that hydrophobia was plainly seen. She continued to grow worse and after terrible suffering death came to her Relief. Shewa Souly Nineteen Horas old. Quarrel occurred on Jyi Day night Between Enoch Pearson and James Lefevre in a Saloon at Tippecanoe which ended in pea Raou staying Lafever with a Large knife from the effects of which be died last night. The men were in a Drunken Carousel and after quarrelling violently about some trivial matter Pearson drown formidable knife and thrust it into Tho Abdomen of Lefvre making a far Fol Gash and letting out his entrails. A dispatch from Austin Nevada gives of a horrible tragedy in Smoky Valley. Charles Eckstein been for a Long time jealous of his wife on account of attentions paid her by. A Man named Norton and they frequently quarrelled about him. Yesterday a Man named Osterhaus went to Eckstein a found the door closed and getting no response opened the door and on the floor Lay naked the body of mrs. Eok Steinc. Cut to pieces her head split. At her feet Lay their two Little girls with their beads nearly severed from their bodies and near them the dead bodies of Ecksteine and Young Norton grappled at la the death struggle. Dec Kolne held a Largo bowl knife covered with blood in his right hand Norton a Dragoon pistol with four Chambers discharged. There is no jiving witness of Tho terrible affair. Temperance us the membership of the woman Temperance association has reached 192 at the close of Tho fourth week. During this time 120 visits have been paid Salon Isle exclusive of Many informal Calls. Much of the labor of Tho past Welt Haa been Given to Tho circulation of Tho property owners and personal pledges. To Tho latter fully 1000 signatures no already obtained though the canvassing of the town is by no moans Complete. Weary but never discouraged do the ladles continue their daily labor. Usually civilly received yet the fact is plainly seen that the visitation is becoming n weariness to those holding out in reply to the constantly repeated assertion sell to no drunkard to Are careful to whom to the growing sentiment is if those of settled habits will drink let our Young men who have not become thoroughly victimised to sparred and bring to the prime of life a manhood uncontaminated by this habit and Tho attendant evils. On elec Liou Day inc ladies hold hourly prayer meetings front c a. To 6 in Tho Chapel of Tho Stone Church Many of them took advantage of the fact that Tho saloons were All closed by Law during the voting to visit different neighbourhoods and urge the voters to attend the polls and vote for Good temper once men. The election the Temperance Issue was made by the democracy who under the Guise of a people s movement adopted All of Tho Kaptis Blicaus Suomi ties except for mayor and Council who alone have any control of the liquor question Aud Tho result was the most spirited election and the largest vote Over polled in lie corporation. They placed the name of John ii. Boyu Tou at the head of their ticket As mayor without his consent or approval and through his personal strength As a Republican although he is known a a life Long Temperance Man succeeded in defeating mayor Gates and two of the Republican nominees for the Council. The general result is the election of All of the Republican township ticket and All the rep. Corporation ticket except mayor and two members of the Council. This gives us a majority of Tho Council who Are pledged to enforce the Temperance ordinance. We have Only time to give Tho general result without further comment on the corporation ticket inc Vole was almost a tic As follows Mitrop. X. B. Gutes. S57. J. H. Boynton 5t5. Council. E. G. Johnson 351 h. E. Massey. 814 j. Swift jr., 31s m. Ii. m9 j. E. Bronson 311 c. Spit Jenberg. 35s. This Slaets e. O. Johnaon on Tae Republican ticket and j. N. Boynton a and m. U. Cui Mangham on the Peoples ticket. The regular Republican ticket for school Board elected the tote being As follows t. Jul. Nelson j. U. Boynton 471, f. S. Beefy 370. J. Kye the candidate for Justice of the peace was us laced by Charles ten majority. Attic democratic under the Guize of a Call for a people s caucus the democracy of Elyria held a Largo meeting at Tho court House last saturday evening. Their numbers were augmented by quite a delegation of republicans some of whom attend from motives of curiosity and other with the design of helping nominate a ticket in opposition to the one nominated by the Republican caucus which was regarded As the tem Rauco ticket. It was evident from Tho character of the manipulators of the movement that it was called with the Solo purpose of unitedly opposing the Temperance Reform thus aiding and giving Comfort to the liquor interest which was reps cited in full Force this is seen in the fact that the Republican nominees were All endorsed on the township ticket except two trustees and one Constable and Ilic corporation ticket All wore endorsed except the mayor and the three councilman who alone have anything to do with the liquor question. They thought to strengthen their anti Temperance candidates by bolstering them up with Republican nominees. Tho matter was All Cut and dried beforehand but there were some thorns found in their path nevertheless. N. L. Johnson called the meeting to order and nominated a to. Sampsel for chairman. Of s. Reefy was chosen Secretary. The chairman asked for suggestions from in the room As it was a people s without regard to party. No Johnson then meeting which he said was called to put in nomination Meu who Are competent to fill Tho township and corporation officers. To said the unanimous voice of men of All parties named but one Man for mayor. All eyes Are looking in the same direction therefore he moved that the caucus make no nomination Lor mayor which motion was carried. Some one in Tho House called out who is or. Johnson said Don t think it necessary that i should be More explicit. Holbrook was understood to say that we ought not to reject Good men because they were already nominated by the other parly that Woas to Morats had sometimes before voted for republicans without Lis making us very sick. A Reefy suggested the names of a. Braman i. C. Raymond and John Hart for township trustees. At this Point a e. Massey came into the room and addressed the chair asking if to was considered member of the caucus and it to had a right to speak there. The chair replied that the meeting was open to All. Or. Mussey wanted to know upon what basis Tho caucus was to he did not want any body to be cheated to defined his own position Nof want any person to him. To do Maude. To the of eject of the meeting Tho Temperance question. Or Johnson replied that Temperance had nothing to do with it the Law had nothing to do . Temperance was in to would a soon bring personal religion into politics a to no More believed in Legal temp Ernico than in Legal religion. Or Mussy said . Tomono Racut question was now the Issue could not be avoided. He referred to his nomination for councilman in. The other caucus and said the Mcconnor Lovillo ordinance was now Oil the statute and if to were elected it would to his duty to enforce it and to would do so Tho great e. To. Metcalf asked the. Chair if the of nil parties for was the Ono nominated on Friday evening or. Johnson Wilhoit giving the chair time to answer the question objected to the question As the goal Lemon was a member of the previous caucus and right to be heard there. Tho chairman said to is not the Man. Or. Metcalf insisted upon knowing who to was but both or. Johnson and the chairman decided that the question was improper Aud should not be answered i this remember was in a democratic caucus or. Johnson then read off the list of candidates agreed upon by himself Reefy and a few others and they were voted in by acclamation. When the Justice of the peace was reached or Johnson gravely said to will skip that and it was skipped. A motion to adjourn was interrupted by cries of mayor mayor nominate a when the chair remarked that the name of the mayor would be on Tho tickets monday morning. Or. Mussey demanded to know if Tho people were to have any voice the nomination of mayor hut Tho clique refused All further interrupt on and amid great confusion the meeting broke up. Its object was too apparent to deceive any person and its course of proceeding was anything but democratic. Removal. Nichols have removed their office to no a Ely Block no stairs when they will be pleased to see All their old friends and will make it for the interest of new ones who May poo fit to give a Call. Woman s sphere. A lady sends us the following note with a polite request to publish which we cheerfully do referring the query of Tho writer to the Rev. Gentleman himself editor Democrat. A few years since Many of the ladies now Foremost in the Temperance crusade it Elyria were very Inch delighted with two lectures at town Hall by or. Boynton then of Host of Vine St. Congregational Church Cincinnati. His subject was the sphere of which they will remember How nicely he defined Anc How he ridiculed some of the noblest women then working As Cinfici encinos Lyas now for the betterment of women trying to make her feel that she had a work to do in the moral reforms of the Day. I am reminded of those lectures by the following opinion expressed by him of the present women s movement upon intemperance. I thought it might have some weight with the Many who so Hung upon his of Wisdom but a Short time since. The following is an extract from a recent Sermon delivered by this divine to his Church in Cincinnati Are boasting of the Efficacy of prayer in subduing intemperance. You Aro calling prof. Tyndall and All the world to see that prayer is irresistible and you Are going to fail most dreadfully. You Are going to suffer a Moat shocking defeat in this matter and Are demonstrating to the sceptical world what they have been claiming and desiring to prove themselves that prayer per be has no Efficacy at All. You Are Imp riling religion which is based upon the Efficacy of prayer and while blindly following the supposed spirit of the Church Are pulling the whole fabric of christianity about your i am in favor of the women s ment now As i was then and Only wish to know what the Rev. Gentleman would define proper sphere of woman if he neither allows her to vote nor Pray fee Covert. Mrs. Livermore s monday eve., March 30th, was delivered to a Largo and attentive audience Hei subject was Battle of Money. This True and Noble woman electrified her hearers with truths fresh from the original Fountain of Wisdom till they seemed spell bound. So skilfully did she manipulate the threads of her discourse that the dullest mind Musl have been aroused. At the close of her lecture she announced the purpose of giving Iree lecture on. Tei Norence the following morning at 10 o Elk. At the specified Lime nearly Al business houses closed to give Opportunity for All to listen to this truly Eloy tint and inspired lady. Those who were so unfortunate As not to have Beard these May truly feel their loss is not easily made up. As before stated mrs. Closes the course of lectures for this season. It has proved itself not Only self sustaining but there is a surplus in the Treasury of 850, which will be devoted to Library purposes. Another course for Tho coming Winter 1ms been decided upon and mrs. Livermore is already engaged to fill one or two evenings. Elmer Long son of John Long died March 30th, after suffering from a Long and painful disease of the spine inflicted from a sprain received whilst turning a log Over three years ago Tho deceased was a Young Man about Twenty years of age much respected beloved by All. His death is a sad to the family Circle. Tho furniture shop Inch Dingan immense clock now. Lie a. Esq., was destroyed by fire on Tho morning of the 3d Only a few articles and those of the plainest goods were saved. No i Ranco loss estimated at Tho fire is supposed to have originated from Tho engine situate in the work the fire was discovered about 10 o clock in Iho morning and was under Stich Fortio it was impossible to subdue the flames till All or nearly All was reduced to smouldering ruins. His House standing a afr providentially saved with water and keeping the Moro exposed parts covered., of Ertlov. The great topic of conversation Here for the past four Mouths has Boon wli6 shall be our Boxt last saturday Tho i convention met at the town Hall to consider Trio Best Means of arriving at a definite understanding As to who among Tho seven candidates should to recommended to our representative for the office. It was decided Best to Settle the matter before Tho Spring election came off accordingly a. Meeting b f the voters of the town was called to assemble at the College Chapel to Day and ballot for the candidates. To make u Long matter Short o. Alien was nominated on the third ballot by a majority of 67. Without entering into the merits and demerits of the several to will say that or. Alien is Well worthy the Confidence reposed in him and will administer inc office with Justice Aud impartiality to or course Piliere Are some among our people who Wold prefer an older Man in this place of Trust and who think the Young men can afford to wait. But old Heads arc often found on Young shoulders and the general opinion among Tho business men is that will suit Lliam belter than any other Ryan. Chapter. By some Means Trio Bovo letter was received too late for last week s paper. A Lac liable history of Jnes movement. T1je grounds a history of the origin Aims and Progress of the Farmers movement. Embracing an authoritative account of Farmers clubs ranges etc., a full discussion of the transportation Tion and other grievances and a history of Industrial education in Llie United states. Together with sketches of the lives of prominent leaders etc., olc., Elc. By lion. Jonathan i Erin editor Western Rural vice Ives. Ills. Stain Board of agriculture Elc. Published by e. Itani Ilford amp co., Cincinnati this work gives evidence of careful preparation Aud is evidently a genuine off tier authentic and reliable. To Nolice that lion. W. C. Flagg president of the Illinois state Farmers Assoc lion furnishes a highly interesting chapter on the transportation question. This is followed by a still longer and decidedly Peppery contribution from Trio pen of j. W. Mic Geley esq., president s Secretary of the n. W. R., Chi ago presenting Iho Railroad Side. Or. Periam then reviews the whole subject in four Strong chapters which fairly bristle with facts and figures. The author is evidently master of the subject. He has also obtained invaluable assistance from prominent leaders in the movement Many of whom Liao endorsed the Boot in highly commend tory letters which however we have not space to copy Froni the publishers circular. The groundswell is a fairly printed and handsomely bound volume of 576 Crown Octavo pages. The illustrations Are 107 in number of which eight Are original the publishers arc Well known for promptness and reliability and have Cuiulo bully made a great lilt. Of people will buy this Book who Wold not think of investing u cent in any other. It is sold by distributors sometimes culled agents who obtain the Book direct from the publishers and bring it direct to Iho customer s very door. We Sec that the publishers Are widely advertising for More and for the Benefit of such of readers As May wish to correspond Wii them sve give their address in full e. Iia7stnaford amp co., 177 fourth St., Cincinnati. Trio License question. Proposition 226 under consideration in the constitutional convention covers the License question and there is we Are informed sufficient support to insure its passage. The provisions Are As follows Section 1. Except in compliance with and upon the bed by Law no person shall in or sell intoxicating liquors in inc state of Ohio. Section 2. Shall to passed to prevent the evils resulting from the Sale of intoxicating liquors and drunkenness resulting therefrom. Section 3. Caputy commissioners. Township trustees and municipal authorities shall have Power severally to prevent the traffic in and Sale of intoxicating liquors within their respect Active jurisdiction and impose conditions thereon other and in addition to those prescribed by Law. This is simply a provision for License with a local veto. In the first place in the absence of Law the traffic would be illegal. In the next place the legislature May License but local authorities would Haye the right of veto and he right to prohibit the traffic. This would leave the matter largely to the legislature and Tho people and viewing it from every Elos i utterly powerless. Such to opened and liquors sold in d Iii Tinct of the entire re aliment o if the Cong Tili Ilioff in Akera will give the people a flour to matter it is Al that Otisi . Among o in country exchanges there is Ono not favouring Trio women s Temperance movement. It is the Ultra the to Tom says ?h6w. Much5 ii Mie Rimi this Ter stand Point it strikes As a judicious measure. The legislature win have the right to prohibit or License hut in no Case can the traffic to forced upon any locality where Public sentiment May be against can. A Getty. To cannot see Why this arrangement is not just what the people can cheerfully support. It gives ouch Community Power to License or prohibit As it sees fit. It carries this option to townships which is now to glued to incorporated villages. As the Law now stands Tho citizens of any Rural townships who desire to a Franco. Jiant icim to travel to Redden the Aud make wholesale confiscation of by Opert v. Nil nil in. Iho name of Tho Bucyrus. Council passed result Lions empowering the mayor to appoint special police to Slop the praying the women As soon As Tho was made known come out in stronger Lorce sonic leaving their sick Beds for lie purpose nine rain Iviria in girls coming in from the Donn to. The mayor finds in diff moult to find respectable Mei to net is special t Lei , or i lie woman s aver of the Mallol. In the filitor of the. Cincinnati do to asked a of a group of Young indies Olio were presenting him with the suffrage petition indeed reason enough i should said one. You men have been ruling the nations throughout past Ages. You have had War and killed off thousands of men. In our own country by the License of the liquor traffic intemperance has increased until one Hundred thousand die yearly from this cause alone very few of these As you must own Are women. And what has All this to do with our voting Why just this while to Sirls Are being told that marriage is our sphere to have suddenly waked to the fact that there arc no men for us to marry. Thero arc three Hundred thousand Nore women than men in Iho United Stales with a huge surplus in nil other countries one million in England they say. Now we want to vote for Temperance and morality in the Hope of saving a i men Olive. Remarked another. Huml s just what has caused the woman s War on whisky. Tho papers say Lewis suggested it. That s the papers know about it. It Springs from a latent instinct on the Purt of Tho women that if they Don t do something to Suvo Iho remainder of the men ulivo Thero will be no one for them to marry. So that instead of women desiring the ballot for inc Sake of Rushing out of the sphere for which we Are them to fill Public offices they Are simply planning to get husband s and Homes. For do Yon think we All want to Dio old in aids what Good will the ballot do educated Aud respectable ladies will stay at Home and Only the lower class who Cau be hired by politician will go to the polls it s too late now for that argument. If Christian ladies will mob the liquor saloons and drug which is just what they Are actually doily and hold prayer meetings by the hour in the streets can you suppose for a moment that they will refuse to do such a simple thing Aslo drop ballot in the cause of Temperance then we will have prohibitory Law. And sound officers to enforce Liviem. And they will Iphy must do it or they la never be elected again. Anna . Tic jul Cintli of u daughter of Ali o in As it. Do Loii in Paris. I 10 of the s re Turk a Spross. The burial services of a demo la Baronne Gnu Dree Billeau a daughter of senator Benton took place it St. Pm Fillippo do Roule ibis morning. Leas than a we Kago although ailing had seen her friends Aud appeared much the same As usual. On saturday evening last jul Lunation from which she had been s uttering became alarming in its symptoms and on sunday morning at 7 o clock she expired while the last sacrament of the holy communion was being administered o her. Friends battened before Dawn on sunday to the officials to try and obtain her husband s release from concierge that lie might to present with her at the last but in Vitin the weary tediousness of French red tape Kepi him from her till 2 p. M., when nil was Over. Loving friends and her dear Little children. However surrounded her at the last hour. The Baron Gua Dree Billeau it will be remembered was sentenced to three years imprisonment a year since Lor reasons connected with governmental business in which Public opinion Quile exonerated him from blame. The Day he was tended find went into prison the death blow was Given to Bis wife. Her proud and Noble spirit kept her no to do the work she had planned to do. She Hap through her sole in. In enc obtained far her husband a reprieve n a few weeks m. Billeau will to again free. As a Soldier who Dies just As Victory crowns the struggle has she Gono from a world that was too hard for her. Billeau was it Tho funeral with his three Little All broken with their grief. I do not think there was a dry Eye in the crowded Church. The coffin was a mass of Flowers and the Cather Adf St. Phillippo was most gorgeously draped in the priests the the music the tout on Simble fit for the obsequies of an Empress. As Story e. A Grant name to any by chief enstice Waile lie Yankee Cook Cirl in Cincinnati they Tell a Little about mrs chief Justice Waite few months ago be Bro general had broached waste s the general Hilly i says or. Waito was always general Grant s first Bitt before c thing was thought of the matter the Waites mrs. White wrote an tide on cookery for the Gin. Gazette. The article was signed Cook girl. It was full of sound Sugges. Tons on the cookery question and Replete with Good advice to housekeepers., the of Cook girl arrested so much attention that finally a Rich old widower in Cincinnati wrote to Sam Reed the that to would be glad to a situation As a servant but that she might Side Over his household. In offered marriage. Or. Reed answer in a paragraph Tafth o Kee Cook girl was not Ket she having got a situation neighbouring City. The people Cin Nali Don t know even now t. Cook girl was mrs. The Senoi Blo and practical wife it new chief Justice and that her situation is to be highest in uie chief mistress in Uncle Sam s hold in Wand fact had editor the not prese to Yan Marin a Crinthe wait of the new land House in England at present is a Skeleton Man lie is All Bones and in muscle. The head is Large the fuck the Teeth Are prominent and Iho eyes Blue. Jle do nip smokes sleeps a alkyl and taken his toddy and never and a Day s illness in his life. The Only tic festive thing about him Are his hear ing and speech lie 1ms a Good heat of Brown hair but no hair on his body there has been no alteration in his weight for ten years. Dict in Orange March Sotl Samuel Robins aged 7-1 yours. List 1 think .1 hear the whispering come tip higher coir of whore Tho strains of heavenly music. Wait Olieo when thy done. Weaker weaker flows the pulses hark i the heart throb fainter the death Damp Oil the i i pc ill Heo ills breath is Shorter now. Llu Ihetu Tho voice of this on father j closed Tho eyes in death s Long sleep hands Lay folded Cross Tho bosom lips no More will part to speak. Yes the Angel waited for him. I Myers and tears wore All in vain they be borne him through the River Tut in Hea Yuu will . To Hertz is no Puiu which the Wenthur liniment will hot relieve no swelling u will not subdue and no lameness which is will not cure. This is Strong language Ihns More cure of neuralgia lock jaw palsy sprains swellings cake breasts scalds Burns a Altheum car Echo the human Frame of s trains Spavins fails upon animals in one year Thani inc pretended remedies since the world began. It a counter irritant an nil Sci Illing pain reliever Critides throw away their crutches Tho Linc walk poisonous Altos lire rendered harmless Anil the Wou Deil healed without of Sony. It is no Humbug. Tho recipe is published around each bottle. His Selling no Ai Rule Over Benoro it Sells because it docs just wlm til pretends to do those who now suffer from rheumatism pain or swelling deserve to suffer if they will not use Centaur la Simeni. More than look certificates of cures including chronic lieu mutism gout running Lunior ifcc., have been received. We in ill Send a circular containing certificates the recipe ac., Gratis to Tony one requesting it. One bottle of the yellow wrapper Centaur liniment is Worth one Hundred dollars for spa ined or Swec Nied horses Aud mules or for in sheep. Stock owners this liniment is worthy your attention. No family should be without cuu Tuur line uncut. Sold by All druggists co cents per bottle bottles j. 11. U05j- a co., 0-1 York. is More Luin u substitute for Castor Oil. It is thu Only sul u article in existence which cd ruin to assimilate the food regulate the bowels cure will Coll. And produce natural it count los neither minerals morphine or alcohol and is plan situs to take chitin i Tim need not cry and May rust Folt a Good House and lot with plenty of water on premises. For particulars inquire at this office. Actu . Mrs. S. J. Howard. Hot House Izcoa Jituso Rommi Teutul it Basket plants. Roses of All kinds variola Verbena 75 per Doz. For Sale at Manville s store or at the Green House no. 2u Kast Avonne. Also just received u Large variety of Flower seeds. House and lot for Sale. House contains six rooms food Well and Cistern of premises. In quire of 1132tl w. Fax. Bankrupt notice. A the matter of Nicholas Pius amp Christopher i 7n Llano Cruls. The creditors of the above a Neil bankrupts Are hereby Noti cd that at Cleveland on wednesday the Day of april a. 1874. At 10 o clock a. M., n final meeting of the of tart estate will be held at the of iliac i m. It. Keith us Istrin bankruptcy Davjd j. Nyuli Assignee wll n it cup this Wal leu mtr c t a West agents want Cru everywhere for this new Aad beautifully illustrated Book ol1 the author s thirty lift adventures among the ii urn in the mexican War Hunt ing. Wild animals ao., Thrim Nerly Inte l Bormore any Tiisik Ever u he 1 sewing mac1hm3 co against the Singer. Wilson and u Rover is companies involving Over , is Ilii Auy decided by the supreme court of Llic United states in i Igor of the Florenco in h k h alone has broken j r ices the new Florence is the Only machine that sews be Twain and sold Forcash Only. terms u fits and epilepsy opium the estate of is that he under. V has been Only appointed and As exe Titov. Of the last will and March Aist sheriff s Sale. Henry Davis Al. Al. Plaintiff s. To. . The state of Loralu county by virtue of an order Oli Alp issued by clerk of the court common pleas of Tovan county i Ohio in said Case and to me directed i shall offer Lor Sale at i Bullo auction at the door of the court House on wednesday the 6th Day of May a. D., 1874, at 1 o clock p. I of said Day the following described real estate to wit parts of Lou and 92 in the town of Amherst in the Bounty of in Oran and state of Ohio and described As common ingot a Point la the Center of the state Road at the North june of said 93 thence cast rods along the North line of lots 9s and 9 thence South parallel with the sup Road fur enough so that it line extending duo West will include thirty North non said Road to the place of beginning being thirty acres off Ibe North end at n acres de Edcil by Antni s Hazel on times so liar or april lacs appraised at terms on Day of Sale. I f r. Be. , sheriff. Taylor amp Plinney. Plaintiff s Alty f. , Ohio april april 8th, Hampton coloured students. From the Hampton Normal and agricultural Institute of Virginia. Original Cabin and Plantation songs. Negro melodies Jubilee music. These renowned vocalists will sing their celebrated Temperance Kors in connection with regular programme. These were nearly All born in slavery and their souks Are a faithful rendering of the Siulc Peculiar to slave life. Admission 60 ots. Tickets sold at girl Stivold s Hook store. Mrs. Dale amp miss Rota to. 79, commercial Block. Have inure lifted Hie millinery store of mrs. Maggie Smith mid Are to die Stock great additions of the very latest Spring styles direct from new York City Ijo Iii for them by miss Mary Smyth. They will be pleased to Sec All old my Many new ones As will favor with a null. No. 79j x of. The Wourl i Nelly a Juno to attic citizens of Elyria unil Nufo Jiler. Hiil be Lii pc Neil full and Complete assortment of go la hardware Stork at no 128, West Ollie Betulio Bloke on goods Are All new i Resh from. Mun purchased Fob Cash Wlinich will Unble me to sell 11 fifty houses wanted Bullion the in ratan addition to the Village of Elyria where farm for Sale. Off kill my farm for Sale a Tuati a Miles South West from North containing 100 acres Good cd nil Liv Liis water land of excellent Quality. A Lii Rood dwelling and out building. Terms easy. W. Hebe sky. North air hers to Ali Rich js7i. Also Law 50 houses there Are a Large a umber of very Des rabbi lots ready for Sale near the Cleveland screw Ami tap company s factory and the manufacturing District of Ely la. A great Chance for investment. Beishi Fiille situated. By mid excellent soil. Are no Selling rapid v. For information enquire of univ in land w. A. Khaman k. Tuck a. T. I. Nkl80.v. 1i. Ii. Xiluo of House and lot for Sale. Of Felt for Sale my House and lot situated _ at no. 4, East third a treat convenient fur boarding House Well and Cistern water and Good out buildings for end Niroj it Hannan amp Obitts or on the Elyria March kith 1874. 11 Jim for Sale Ulm desirable place Lor Sale Tiitu on Furnace Slicer in the Elyria Anil about a Milus North of coning house1. Said place containing about Conns of Good lain House mud barn in Good Repi Nuis also 3d Choice Apple and Keurji Orcus in condition a Pyy on premises. Terms 1 128-1 w Bluffis. Notice to insurers. Having taken the Agency for the Ohio banners insurance comp Ivov i or i Iii county Lam now prepared to business i or Tho ii inc. Parties Des Iain to Cimeot insurance in thu company before being personally called on will please just less Mont Elyria Linro their business will receive prompt attention. Of tace in Beebo Hillock Ovi r Post 1127tl u. W. Pm Moy agent. Limong my Toca be i Annj it coup or list Harda Akk and Kurush Lii Iron trails paints and Oil paint bashes Glass put. Axles and horse horse Vicc. To the mechanics. Ulm i Iiri Luo inv i f u l l l i n hand and pannel saws i Hare full of l comp late Tabe and pocket Cater clinic a Flowers Beautiful plants t1tk largest Stock of plants Ever grown in Elyria is offered for Sale by Charles Gibbs at his Green on seventh Street Between Middle Ami Kasic Avenue Elyria Ohio. A Beautiful plants in is varieties and for 15 cents. Hug to Shear farm for Sale. I Okkyu my farm for Sale lying on the Road one Liaf mile fast of title corporation of a Vrla. It consists of 130 to by Tai and will be sold a Vrh Ole or Divide d t will aug Pfell my on . In. H. I Opi srisor.-, Barber and paper iut if of offer at us Larket hates. I a. Carp Eitek. I Elyria june Loti new tobacco store. No. Of Imo Aik St or. Charles Schadi is now in lilt new re garters. Unil Caily for Imi he will keep on poncho and smokers of tineral a and will please All Massillon Coal n e w s t o g k o boots amp shoes at Philpott Ai Fink Jijine of Enlil re Rthur notice 1 ill Clivi a my d screened or Brier Hill coals at a reduction of 5u c per Lan find would re spectrally surest to my i s. That j shall ii out ii Low Niv self to me Ami 2.000 la. To the ton Guarani teed. Ajl coat will be cite and delivered in corporate tree. Your Patroniti o respectfully Sall Cuddi. .1. A o Lii is. Nor in Coal Yard nver t. V. By. Depot. W k a i v i to the ton a k e u Chi Oil of 50 in per ton i or vol orders loft with Vuk c11jld by or at i Ayne s grocery near i Osl office. Ladies Anil misses Wear also a fill line of turtles it rubbers cheap for Cash. New drug store. Henry j. , to. 8 do dealer in to qts a is d chemicals Patent medicines perfumery toilet articles. Brushes amp soap. Pure wines Anil liquor for us Russo Only in particular attention paid to sole agent for drink for cows. Millinery mrs. Olms Eccl lifts just Rix Elveu finc or tall and we nth a foods. Pusi it ids of hats bonnets Flowers i Libbos. Laces 2eph.yiis, and fancy goods is Low figures one door Moa ouster s store. 1107-tl Nichols Peck dealers in ki2al jbstati2. Agents for fire life and Accident insurance. Office Jie Ebe Block Over 1 Ott office. Buy sell and rent kinds at lies buy notes mortgages nod negotiate rare Chance for investment for s ale. acres on nil Hermit hid ref 1 not Wilmot Arm. Farm of 30 acres on state Road x tit to Center of old Gvillo. House and acre lamp on West Ilde t. V. It. 11. A bargain House and lot on Middle av., Corner sin desirable and cheap. House lot on 9th Street. New a Story lot located 1.0w for Cath. Orwell exchanged for a farm. Ten of Choice land a at Oberlin buildings fair land thoroughly under drained covered with fruit and tree Deil Rable a or to plat. 100 in Elyria. Wei Side very 23 lots Middle Dionne let. Is lot on the Point situated on Colum Bussi. I Rick dwelling Home Aid shed on Huron St., v. B. B. A Brick House two Ito Ritu High with Wing. New. And in Good repair of an of Sandy land with plenty of food fruit Ami other improvements. To be at a bargain allow the abort property will i told Low and made . N. Attention to Mullink personal property or Este at Sale of Austun. 3. Peck. E.

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