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Elyria Independent Democrat (Newspaper) - June 04, 1873, Elyria, OhioTik Teot Ohio in county j an order or clerk of the saturday. 1873, j follow ing de to in the Yin. Am and state mending at the ii Nowr one the Twenty two cast feet to Lorth West c thirty 30 Corner. A sheriff. The most sewing my. Of Wheeler Only Cau stamp Ison s f the civil ipod old for family i Chlory. Of any stitch. Try is very Sim Picu in town not cull in to of s new Block and examine the were dec outs , agents. Store co., books in ail and in Prary comic private or Law Liles Roohi 170 a with eve stationery. Ter Turc Cal Tancous Schuve Nlle. Blank. Stationery Ami f the american us and Sabbath Ashy paper free on rec it b amp co., Cleveland o. Belden. The undersigned and Qualia de As i Bildad bal Dan Stebbins. 88-3 lock dealer ingrain county of Rich . Wagons business orders Rupert cd. B.pa1risc Ness and nue opposite so done ii Cullim at tic jv1ijujls be. We keep on of Superior having win Viii y can get n hand u variety of pets y Low prices. Prepared i or Wear vote self. Is Bito s. Ial Revenue a payers. Ciji Sirrs every Vuu cation him Lin blk to Iii sly in his Stab special Tai tic provisions of ring Viz Jooi 1 so w of oco to y cents for cd it class is 1 15 iss. Comply with the subject to severe Hont the Cou Antor of the proper ear commencing for further notice. Teky _ de to. And Stamps Deputy collector cres of land. Well. Barns arid out or railing water be. Building lets Anco of Elyria. Eal estate agony b o in e i it t e 1 1 i g c n c to advertisements arc charged to fonts a line each insert on. Marriage notices 35 Routs i free i f Only announcements. Many new dwellings arc built on tie Side of lie River. Some line horses Are expected to to Here on Llie 4th. Fourth n Fili ily Ginger Brend. Inn undo nil Candy. We notice that Tomei of Day Ore sailing n line line of our town Don t seem to have n stagnant Pih now. Stunllros., arc Selling piles of Gociu at the town Hall. at Tiue is being filled up and much improved and will soon to Otic of the Best streets in our Village. Present of our first Page thin week Iho speeches in do at the state convention Lead them. Luarn Liat the new band it Black River is improving last and will soon be Able to show their citizens Biu they can do. Decoration Day was generally observed in every town and the Cote minnuies turned out in Masse to show respect to the dead. To Celebration on Trio at Elyria will bring Large crowds from neighbouring a nuns. Mrs. Polly Lindsley of pen Kohl died or Trio 20lh lilt., aged 83 years. She was the Wistor of the late Raymond Stirr of this place and was the Fouth of the family who lived to be Over four score years. The cold weather for the past few Days has cooled the temperature to such a degree that those who went bathing last week shiver flu ii they think of it. The annual election for members of Tho school Hoard will taks place next monday. The citizens should see that two Good men ure elected. The Wellington Enterprise says that Leo Miller who was advertised to lecture in that place of tuesday night last week for some reason unknown did not put in an appearance. Loyle Cro s Bavo n Fine new Coffee Mill at their establishment and they now grind out Slutt article in Short order in any weight the customer May desire. It is a Fine piece of machinery much la Igor and better than he one they Hud destroyed by the fire. People jumped from summer attire into Winter clothing lust week and weather grumbles bad something to talk about Liny went out leaving n poor record behind her and May picnics wore postponed till july or August. A number of Gates in this Village have been broken from their hinges during the past Mouth. Tho cause of this is supposed to to Tho heavy weights they have sustained nightly of late. If Gates had tongues what they could toll tie Wade Wortlie Enterprise says that Harry Croose had his left Arm crushed while coupling cars at Seville a few Days since. At last accounts he was. Getting Long reasonably Well. 3. Ii. Greene. Of the Medina looked in upon us last monday. He is looking Well As every conscientious editor always does. Ii Kusk Sini mint the amount of cheese i rom Hia station during the month of May was 11543 Bax a 43.625 pounds. The above item is furnished us by Joshua Roswell who handles the cheese at the Deil Niti school alumni there be Moi Ting of the Elyria thigh school alumni Tho residence of the superintendent next Friday evening. The object is to take Steps to form an alumni association. Crux of of time the railroads have changed their time which will be found noted in our time card. The Ely in and Toledo accommodation has been discontinued and n through train has been substituted leaving and arriving earlier. wonk. We Call the attention of Tho Hijiya to the advertisement of miss m. J. Vincent who has located herself Over r. Ii. Shute s meat Market whore she is prepared to do hair work in a neat und satisfactory Ina nor. Give her a Call. .seen., anywhere awl reacts the thorough Workman Uslip of the contractors ? taxes. Auditor Johnson has compiled a table showing Tho amount of taxes paid by All the railroads in Lorain county a mob Tho year 1852, when the first Rood was completed. The information is in response to n Call by the constitutional convention and for ils Benefit. Tho taxes paid in 1852 were from that period they Havu increased varying somewhat from year to year until the present time. The amount paid in 1872, was bog g2. Who will say that railroads Are not a Benefit by Way of reducing taxation death no drowning. Last sunday a Man by Tho Amo of John Powell was drowned in the River below the Jasin while bathing. He in company with a follow labourer left their boarding place at 10 o Elk and went to a place where they had bathed Tho sunday previous. Neither could swim and in wading Over the treacherous rocks 1 Owell fell into a deep Hole and immediately stink. His Comrade Daro not go to his Relief but raised an alarm which was heard by several persons a Short distance above who went to the spot but did not find Tho body readily it was about three hours Bolero he was Ibi ind lying Between Tho rocks Iti about eight feet of water. He was a Quarry Man employed by John Weller about 30 years of age and Lead no family. To was a native of Hereford England and had been in this country six years. To was buried of monday. Mei Iimori Ial ill Elyria. The Beautiful and impressive ceremony of strewing the Graves of Tho deceased soldiers with Flowers was witnessed by a vast throng of our citizens last Friday afternoon. Tho procession formed at 3 o clock in front of the town Hall As per programme published last week Tho signal for assembling being Given by n National Salute from Gap. Burdick s gun squad. The procession Wai by the Silver bund playing a solemn Dirge and marched with slow step Down Broad and East Bridge streets to East kivei1 Street and to Lance to Tho cemetery. A very Large crowd of citizens followed the procession and on arriving at the cemetery Tho grounds were already filled with people who Hail preceded the cortege. On reaching the Summit of the Ridge Tho t procession halted and unimpressive invocation was pronounced Bellev. I. T. Noakes. The squads previously designated then filed to the different Graves and deposited their Floral offerings remaining until a Given signal when at each grave was Sung the first verse of Tho National hymn sly country tis of Tho immense crowd then assembled around the . Where Tho acting president of the Day. J. 11. Faxon Esq. Rend the names of soldiers buried in this cemetery Aud also the names of those buried on Distant Fields to whose memory a rustic Stone Monument was erected three years ago. This Monument was profusely decorated with Flowers and flags. An impressive and appropriate prayer was then offered by her. K. E. Wal links of using thanks for the privilege of assembling in peace and quiet to commemorate the deeds of those who died that their country might live and invoking the divine Blessing on the people of this nation in All their varied relations. Thebaud then played Aud the audience joined the select choir in singing with Tine effect the hymn commencing love unchanging for the dead lying Liere in jul cried sleep. J. U. Marvin Esq., of Akron was then introduced and delivered an address appropriate to the occasion which was listened to by the great crowd with evident interest to ils close. A e took no notes of Tho speech As we expected to be Able to Lay it before our readers in extensor but the speaker modestly declined to furnish a copy As it was hastily prepared with no intention of seeing it in print. He succeeded in pleasing his hearers if be did regard it As unworthy of Pabli cation. The hymn was next Sung commencing Blest Are the Mitre red dead who lie in holy Graves for Freedom after which the Benediction was pronoun god by Rev. J. W. Mendenhall and the procession returned by Way of Washington Avenue. Be followed by he Buccala Roalo by Rev. W. D. Godman in president of Baldwin University 2 conferring of degrees p. M., reunion of the alumni of Baldwin University. All the Nuovo it Hulot Hall. Hori old murder. Or. Stephen Sawyer who ii silos about three Miles from Belleno in Huron co., was murdered last week while going from Tho hotel to the depot about 10 o clock in Tho evening. His body was found on Friday in a Pond Noor Tho distillery. His Houd was crushed and Hia watch and about in currency were gone. The affair creates intense excitement in that Vicinity. Hair work. Miss m. J. Vincent Baa returned to Elyria and secured rooms Over or. Shnte n Market Broad st., where she in prepared to do All kinds of hair work such As straightening combines making switches curls in n satisfactory manner at reasonable prices. To Kent. farm in Brownhelm of so Acra for in Strugo. Well watered. Enquire of p. A Wallace Elyria or of leva Brown Brownhelm. For Sale. A Singer manufacturing sewing machine nearly new. Eui Juire of f. B. Sinf Ord on the Park. amp co h Drutar store is now located in to loot a jewelry store opposite Tho Bobo House Vail and Settle. Persons who Are indebted to drs. Sampsel amp Beefy who have not yet settled their accounts will please Call and Settle by june 10th. All accounts Lett uns Ettalou after that time will be left for collection. A d. Rajsky. Tomato plants in Blossom at one shilling each it n. L. Tytor a 72, West a. Also celery 3o cts per Doz. St vet potato Tomato plants at Manville amp go s. Iti a 11 i to a co. In u lie Lues bust citrate of magnesia. Manville it co., Tonko the Best Kex tracts of Vanilla Lemon Orange and Kosc. Opal ecu Alciia the Best preparation for the Teeth. It arrests decay renders the Gums hard and healthy imparts to Tho breath a fragrance Ardolic and pleasant. At Ita Villu s. co., have the Best assortment of perfume extract Cologne Bay rum hair oils toilet songs and ladies toilet articles of any place in town. Alai Iville amp co s Glycerine and Castor Oil pomade is the Host preparation Tor the hair. It Makos it soft dark and Lossy. Soda waxer. If Yon want a Nice Glass of soda water Mun Villa amp co s is the place to get it. Call for Cherry syrup. Essence Jamaica Medicine april 14th, 1873. St try Bro s amp co can be i of ill at Trio i Lyrin town in urn opt Long Large and attractive Stock of goods suitable for our Trade and they will lie sold on very satisfactory terms. Jvr3e cordially invited. New drug store. Ginger is a Good Camuy Money to loan. If you wish to borrow Money or have your Ino Aey loaned on Good Security. Callou win. U. Tucker. Fremd it flour. Is Tho Best at Hoyle Bro s. C Louic Gimps laces and ornaments new Stock just received at d. C. Baldwin tic co s. Our sixty cent Tea is All right. Try it. Hoyle Bro s. Oxide buttons at v. C. Baldwin amp co s. No. 8 i Yeai sibe dealer in drugs chemicals Patent Mudie Inos brushes toilet Arti Oloe Dye Stul Tii part Ami for medicinal purposes Only. Particular attention paid to prescriptions. Sole agent for proft. Morrick s the celebrated English vetch imry surgeon drink Fob cows. Manufacturer of Kisady s sheep dipping composition Tor the Quantity and Imp Volny talc Quality of the Wool mud for destroying unil till other insects injurious to tie Hook. Y. Elyria april 15th, 1873. Baldwin amp go s d. I Baldwin amp in pc just received Complete Stock or new Fiul Deal Rulilo Spring dress goods shawls amp scarfs hosiery and gloves White goods edging settings and Lemars. Counterpane cloths napkins table linens Casimere vesting a hens boys Ami huts and crips gents furnishing goods trunks and vat Iesu very Large Slock of new goods boots and shoes. Cogswell Lias returned from the Eastern Market where lie purchased a very Largo and varied Stock of boots and shoes to moot the present demand will be sold at the lowest possible Price for Cash. In our Stock will be found a full line of e. P. Heed s celebrated goods. Leather and finding work Mutulo o on scr Atul Warran cd on Short nut m. W. Amp co. Us Ion clothing Hall. New goods. Fire fire pore Hwy ,1 Tom now prepared to of Oyer bargains in my line of trently i Lull line us fall and Winter. St of ready made Ivi Shoys c2 a a gent s. Furnishing goods i Atli styx is of hats and Caps in Arlitt Nice. C so . 1ie.vhv j. Baby. Sily

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