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Elyria Independent Democrat (Newspaper) - June 23, 1875, Elyria, OhioIloria Home intelligence. Advertisements Are charged 10 cents line each insertion it Fortlage no. Cents obituaries free. If Only into coiwmkwdknt8. Correspondents remember that their communications must reach saturday to ensure publication. Please Bear this u mind. la Kwamir. Business hours from 3 to 5% p. And from to 9 p. To. Go to the town Hall Friday eve. Strawberry festivals arc in full blast now. The 22d Ohio infantry is to hold a reunion at Eaton july 4th. Many severe cases rheumatism in Elyria Are reported. Is to be published at Putin Bay during the season pleasure there. Lira Charity Pember n resident Pentt eld died the and Gugetl 70 years. School graduating class exercises at the town Hall Friday evening. Ohio teachers association hold their annual meeting at fut inlay june 39 and 30th, and july 1st. After the first july postage foreign letters will reduced from ton to five cents each half ounce. Usual number 4th july dances Are advertised to take place july 4th, in the different country towns. Firemen s tournaments Are being held in different towns throughout the state. Why can t Elyria get up one s. J. Howard has a Good front room newly painted and papered Over his Barber shop Broad St., which he offers for rent at a moderate Price. Pratt Brothers Are receiving new goods every Day. Our readers will please notice their new advertisement next week. Those who wish opera glasses Friday evening will find just what they want at French amp sons who keep them for rent. The Rawsonville Corset baud Are to give an excursion and Pic Nic to Chipeta Lake the Tuscarawas Road june 38th. The round trip tickets will be one Dollar. One the Best concerts Ever Given in Elyria will be that saturday evening. It is not often that our citizens have an Opportunity to listen to such a troupe and the treat will be a Rich one. Festival Given at the town Friday and saturday evening the ladies the Baptist was an enjoyable occasion and the attendance was Largo both evenings., comparatively few persons remembered at the time that last thursday 17th, completed one Hundred years since the Battle Bunker Hill and our fore fathers fought the Heights around Boston and Charleston. Mrs. Mary Chapman aged 99 year and 7 months died at her Home in Rochester the 5th inst. Five generations her descendants attended the oldest person present being her daughter mrs j Clifford whose age if Over 84 years. Now Cross the 4th Street Bridge the filling and grading being completed the East aide although the crossing East Avenue remains in the game condition As it was left last Kail. A Good Job might be done there. Willie Snyder left his Home one und one half Miles South Orrville stay 1375. He is 12 years rather Small Light complexion with Light curly hair and had a Blue Check ered shirt dark pants Black coat and Vest and a Cap. Any one that can give any information the boy will Confer a lasting favor upon an anxious Mother by addressing 3irs. K. Snyder Box 116 Orrville Ohio. The Wellington Dairyman says that recently . Hudson Medina accompanied by Chas. Hard and Frank hounds went to the cemetery to resurrect Joe. While hard and round were doing the work and the doctor was standing by the Side the giving directions some one who been watching their operations fired at the party the charge shot striking the doctor in the face. One his eyes was totally destroyed and the other it is thought by plays icings will also be lost. Hall last by Church per await. Ills. J. T. Houghton lies seriously ill with rheumatism. She has been i sufferer for some weeks. Ill. De. Fisher is recovering from fits recent illness sufficiently to be about. N. B. A Enninga a Printer in this office has been the sick list for some weeks. Mrs. Welton whom we mentioned last week As lying sick with consumption died sunday night. We Are glad to learn that . W. O. C Alison who has Long been sick is Able to be out doors once More although he is yet very feeble. Ilies Alice Busher aged 14 years lied very suddenly tuesday last rheumatism the heart. She had been sick but a few Days and her death casts a Shadow Over Many friends. Rev. Or. Broil Well who some years since was pastor the m. E. Church in this Village spent lost sunday accompanied by his wife among acquaintances Here. He preached at the if. E. Church in the morning. Piper the firm Starr Bros amp co., started some Days since for new York to Purchase a Stock goods and has returned with Many novelties in the line dress nud Aney goods. Or. E. F. Morse who is the Only person party who went to the Silver mines in Idaho this Spring who remained writes to his friends Here he is satisfied with his new abode enjoying Good health has plenty to and to remain. Good for if Hedon t bring Back a Fortune when returns will certainly win the Praise this Community for his courage and will in trying to do some we Havn been having genuine june weather during she Post few the first we have had this season. Graduation exercises. This Wook closes the labors the teachers and pupils in thee Lyrian Ion schools for the school year which has been Ono marked Success. The graduating exercises in the High school will take place at town Hall Friday evening and will Call out a Large audience Welton formerly known As Hiss Georgia How who died sunday night it her father s residence consumption spent her girlhood in Elyria where she was beloved by All who knew her for her gentle disposition and Many womanly Virtues. She possessed those lovable traits and character which endeared her As a True Friend and daughter and a Loving wife and her Early death will East borrow Over a Large Circle friends who will drop a tear at the departure one whose life was filled with kind acts and her memory will be cherished Long after she has been lain beneath Tho Sod. She was 27 years and her funeral will take place at her father s residence this afternoon it three clock. On monday morning last . Nathan Alger who formerly resided in Elyria but for the past few months has been living in Grafton and employed in Miller s Stone Quarry got Board a hand car to go to work about one mile from his Home the t. V. Boad. On arriving at his destination he was observed to lie Clown and going to him it was found that his heart was in a High state excitement caused by working the car. He was taken Home where he lingered till evening when he died. His physician pronounced his disease palpation the heart. He leaves a wife and one child and was 24 years age. A other Sudiks . Wreden an residence Columbia but lately living in Grafton died very suddenly monday morning with congestive chills. He arose in his usual health quite Early but was soon taken ill and died about four hours after. He was about 70 years age. Concert next celebrated Boston philharmonic club the finest combination musical Talent now organized will give a concert at town Hall next saturday evening. They will be assisted by miss m. A. Bryant who enjoys the reputation being the sweetest contralto Singer in new England and our citizens May expect a musical treat Well Worth listening to. The press throughout the country and in Canada speak in Tho highest terms the club and especially the vocal Powers miss Bryant and her charming stage manner. We Hope to see the Hall crowded. Tickets Are for Sale at Griswold s. Sec list those1 composing the club in advertising columns. Intolerable. Bitter complaints have been made to us by residents the West Side court Street and boarders at the Beebe House the conduct the roughs who spend their time in playing Ball the Park. They say the oaths and obscene language they Are compelled to hear almost daily would cause any person to cry out against permitting it who is not entirely abandoned in moral souse. On two three occasions the balls have gone crashing through the windows the Beebe House and any remonstrance against it Lias been met with jeers and ridicule. If this Park is to be the rendezvous such men and boys the authorities should detail a policeman to keep them in order. Mosey dangerous to handle. The Cleveland Herald says a letter from Hon. B. White this City United states commissioner for this District to the editor the Sand sky Register states that the handling circulation in any manner advertising circulars gotten up in any degree whatever in imitation United states is a violation Law and lays the person so issuing them liable to heavy Fine and imprisonment. Commissioner White s ruling makes the manufacturer such circulars the Printer who prints matter them and the person who circulates them alike violators United states Law and liable to its penalties. Commencement at Brea. The 18th annual commencement at Baldwin University occurred thursday last and it was pronounced the most interesting and successful any that has preceded it. The graduating class numbered seventeen and All agree that their literary attainments As shown in their orations and essays were in the highest degree commendable. We Are glad to learn that this excellent institution is becoming every year More popular. Its faculty is composed Able and practical instructors and no pains Are spared to impart practical instruction in every Branch the institution. The number students this year is greater than for some time. The University is now under the charge Kev. A. Schuyler vice president the Board trustees. Baggage checks Sonny to trunk with Lington fairs did he marked suicide. The body f. L. Peck who for some time had charge the Telegraph Institute in this Village was in the suburbs new York City Goth inst. A phial containing laudanum revealed the cause his death which was by his own . Some s were found his por1 Del a Van House Al Bathe Coroner went to that obtained his baggage. The _ contained his correspondence a Young lady now living in which showed that his love afoot run to his satisfaction. Had lost his Money about we Are told by an unlucky investment which made him very sad. Diary was written under Date 1874, the following after years should i happen to up and glance Back Over my i May repent and say it As i sit Here i would not the experience the past is for a world wonders loves me As i May never be loved but i cannot make her Happy i would for it is against my i have got her letters Wilien seep to remember that i had one woman s love. And and also As in his dec. Pick 31st, this 1j1viv profligate life. Was wrong take Back three months again even Princi i do. Fol off for an invitation hns been extended to Many the editorial corps in Ohio Indiana Illinois Iowa and Missouri to visit that portion Kansas known As the Arkansas Valley extending through the Southern and Western portion the state. The object in View is to gain Correct information respecting the country its climate soil productions ac., and especially to show that it is entirely free from the Grasshopper plague As us abundant crops hear witness. The editor the Democrat hns accepted the invitation and left tuesday morning expecting to to gone about ten the tour will extend co Granada Colorado and our readers May expect to see a series articles in future issues giving a description the country that will be interest to All stir readers. This part Kansas is said to be unsurpassed Fertility and thus far has escaped the ravages both hoppers and bugs. Tub Baptist festival. It has been seventeen years since i ladies Tho Baptist Church in Elyria have held a Strawberry festival and they entered into the arrangements for the Ono they held last week with some timidity lest they should fail to please the Public. Their Success however was most Gratifying in every particular. From the charming manner in which Tho town Hall was listed up for the occasion one would be led to think they had spent the entire seventeen years in taking notes other festivals and seeing where they could improve upon them. No description will give an adequate idea the taste displayed in adorning the Hall and arranging the tables. On the right near the stage was the Booth for the Sale fancy articles. It was trimmed with Evergreen boughs tastefully wrought into chains and wreaths and interspace with articles for Sale arranged so As to present a pleasing contrast in colors the left was the Flower Booth fitted up in a similar style with a miniature Fountain in the Centre and tilled with Flowers every Hue and fragrance making it a perfect Little Eden. The decorations the stage were the most marked and the first to arrest and Charm the Eye. It never appeared so Beautiful so elegant without being Over wrought and first seeing it everybody involuntarily exclaimed we learn that mrs. Mcewen and mrs. Harry Laundon had charge these decorations and they left nothing to criticise either in design execution. The tables were admirably arranged at Tho sides the Hall leaving ample room Lor social enjoyment and they were loaded with an abundance everything that would tempt the appetite not even omitting that delicious but rare dish the Strawberry Shortcake. We Are gratified to know that in every respect Thia festival was enjoyable to the crowds that attended both evenings and to its projectors. The total receipts were about Tho net proceeds were singers. This talented troupe who have been successfully making a Voca Listic tour throughout the country during the season and who have been favourably mentioned by a Large portion the press visited our town for the second time and thursday evening last gave an entertainment at Tho town Hall previous to their return to the Hampton Normal and agricultural Institute which institution they Are students. Although the attendance was not so Large As a former occasion yet there was sufficient the elite Elyria present to constitute what might be termed Good House. The program consisted two parts each which contained a selection ballads Peculiar to slave life and were rendered in a manner which rebounds considerably to the credit the Artistes engaged. Or. J. M. Waddy in the Bass Solo entitled poor acquitted himself admirably displaying a melodious and powerful voice in which was discernible to Tho close observer an amount taste and culture that be tokens a Bright future for its possessor should he pursue the vocal Art As a profession. He was Well sustained by the choruses. On the whole the concert thursday evening was a Success and if we May judge by the plaudits which followed the rendition each song we conclude that the audience seemed pleased with the performance. Court common pleas. May Hon w. W. Boyntan presiding. Since the discharge the jury the court has been engaged in hearing divorce and other equity cases disposing nearly All the docket last saturday by hearing continuance. It will open again wednesday to confirm sales and hear one two minor cases when it will adjourn sine die. The following concludes the docket in divorce cases. Alonzo. Dewey is. Viola Dewey divorce granted at plaintiff s Cost. Esther s. Clodell is. Charles Clodell. Divorce granted and Alimony allowed. Plai Titt to Hove custody child defendant to have privilege visiting it once a week Adaline Chope is. Thomas c Hope. Divorce Grant plaintiff to have custody children and Alimony in the sum to to paid each year for ten years. Mary e. Somers is. Thomas h. Poniers divorce granted at defendant s sentences. Thomas Martin and Jane Martin indicted for grand larceny in Camden were sentenced to imprisonment in the Penitentiary As follows Thomas for three years and Jane for one year. Evening publish the following from Harper s Basar for the Benefit the ladies novelties Are shown in evening toilets. A Low Corsage and a High Basque accompany All French dresses intended for evening few Corset waists Are seen. The Low corsages Are pointed and have round three Quarter Square necks much trimmed with shirred puffs silk rows knife pleating made double Crape liase. The basques Are either Square in the neck heart shaped Are trimmed straight Down the Back and front and Are in Many oases edged with the elaborate fringe trims the Over skirt. The sleeve is usually Tho coat shaped trimmed from armhole to wrist else it is made some transparent lace Gauze. The pretty Marie Antoinette sleeve ruffled at the Elbow seems to have lost juror the skirts Are Long Deml trains arid have fully draped Tab Liers very irregularly arranged and intricately draped. Tho Sash bows most used Are a breadth silk pressed into line knife pm ratings. Cream color Ivory White Silver drab Pale Straw color Rose and Blue Silks Are All represented. There arc also very Fine willed Silks with velvet stripes and bars that Are associated with Gros Grain for evening dresses. Flowers Are arranged in Long drooping garlands that assist in disposing the irregular drapery this is far prettier than using them As a heading for the flounces As was the fashion last summer. Cases prints cheaper than Ever before sold in Elyria at Starr Bro s a co. Skukr for Kent now occupied by Wright amp Semple. Possession Given immediately. A Large assortment dress goods just received prices Clear Down at Starr Bro s amp co. For the 4th Wolcott a soil have a very Good Stock fire works fire works for the 4th celebrate opening lots new goods at panic prices at Starr Bro s amp co. Mad. Demorest s patterns. A Largo Stock these celebrated patterns can now be found at Dibble amp Robinson s. Hosiery. Hilery. A Large Stock at Dibble amp Robinson s parasols. In variety going cheap at Dibble amp Robinson s. Edges. A splendid Stock just received at Dibble amp Robinson s. . At Dibble amp Robinson s. Skirt supporters. The Best in use. Call and Sec them at Dibble amp Robinson s. More Home testimony. Tried the Champion which has heavy Side draft and made hones necks sore the Buckeye beats them All. Elyria Lorain co., o., aug. 6, 187-1. Aultman Miller amp co Leiila i bought your agent this season a Buckeye senior Mower which find works satisfactory. There is no weight the horses necks nor Side draft. I had previously tried the Dan Pion but found there was a heavy Side draft and soon my horses necks wore made sore. It wus much More difficult to handle than the Buckeye and much heavier draft. The Hampton agent tried till sorts subterfuges to have me keep their machine even Cut to their shop for a new Cutter bar and still it would not work but 1 found that my team was not heavy enough to handle it. I think the Buckeye beats them All. Yours truly _ b. Wilcox. A card. To All whom it May concern whereas certain parties Are repro sting that we arc infringing a certain Patent which they hold for the application Iron roofing and that they will hold parties responsible having roofing put by us Etc. Now we wish it distinctly understood that our manner applying Iron roofing docs not in any Way infringe upon any existing patents whatever and further manner application has been in use for years which is a bar to any one against patenting the same. If the parties making pretentious Are sincere we invite them to test the merits the Case in a u. S. Court hold their peace. Parties desirous having Ron roofing should not fail to consult us before letting their contracts. We can convince any practical Mechanic that our process application is Superior to any others in use. We give written guarantees if required indemnifying All against damage Royalty against any and All claimants for such under any patents they May hold. Whight amp . , o., june 15, 1875. Charles a. Fark photographer. Rooms in Hainan Ely s Block Ohio. Inducements Are now being ered to customers who want to Purchase ready made clothing at to h. Linnell amp co s. A Money will buy a Good suit clothes at amp co s. A Large assortment men s and boy s dirt excludes and gaiters. F. B. Sanford. Hoyle Brothers. Our berries will be tie very Best brought into Titia Market. Lestre j our orders for them at Hoyle Bro s. I Ott Ebli hams for picnics and luncheons at Hoyle a rvs. Mackerel and by the kit for family it e at Hoyle Bro s. Smoked Hall but. At Hoyle Bro e. Japelj Tea. For the beet it lowest prices go to Hoyle Bro u. Cured at Hoyle Bro s. See Here a few made Fine toned Cabinet organs for Sale at Cost. No mistake. Enquire we. N. Starr Bro s Ico. 7, xs75 we Are now receiving by express and freight our second Stock goods and those particularly adapted to warm weather. In dress goods we Are fully so applied with All the a Riovo kinds now in the Market and they Are being bold fat greatly he diced prices. Coloured and Black Silks a Fine assortment ribbons sashes Etc., a Large Stock cheap and Sun umbrellas from 25e. Upwards fans All descriptions. Hosiery and gloves to suit All notions a very full assortment domestics in full Supply and cheap. We Are also Well supplied with men s and boys summer clothing hats Caps Etc. Starr pros. A f A Price Ofarren. Corrected every tuesday morning by 4c mitts dealers in All kinds farm products. Apples Green per Bushel dried paired and cored per i Barley per Bushel 46 Suttor per Pound c Beans per Bushel a ,00 beeswax per Pound s5c Luck what per Bushel Corn Bho Lleo per a Sbei Corn in Tho ear per Hel a it cheese per Pound. Loo c love seed per Bushel chickens dressed per Pound Loc. Per dozen inc tour per barrel 1 flaxseed per Bushel hides Green per Pound b hides dried per Pound 13 Llams smoked per Pound Hay per ton amp Lions dressed per Pound. I lard per Pound 19 m Oats per Busho 55c amp voc onions per Bushel. Potatoes per Bushel jul peaches dried per Pound 1c live per Bushel Dairy Salt per b ., bait flue per barrel halt coarse per barrel. Shoulders per Pound 9o 10o Timothy seed per Bushel turkeys dressed per Pound la tallow per Pound wheat per Bushel. 1.21 Wool per Pound 45 amp 55c Baldwin amp co s column. Rend this for Bijj to Tow York Tufili Moroli 1s7.1, the lovers line alpacas Uro gratified by i now Brand imported by Evans. Peak it co., Trio til Viand Podric Luster audit is in lilo faced and double i Roe from All col. Ton and maker up into very elegant Street Boine cob Tinich. The Beautiful Lustrous Brand and Blank Silky Brando turkish Are again reissued liandsoinei4 than Ever c dial in Beauty to lie finest Black Silks another new Alpaca Lias also Boon issued by this firm a pure Sill Warp Mack Alpaca which is guaranteed never to grow Rusty crack Orenson receive injury from dampness. All these brands Art free from Cli Mical yrs. Special Railroad req Istee. A Complete assortment the above goods constantly hand at 1 c. Baldwin amp cos l. S. Amp m. S. Railroad. Trams leave , . W. C. Stew Art uo1nu East. N. Div. A leaves 3. Div. 1 57 p s. Div. N. Or s. Div. Going West. N. Div. A in s. Div. A n. Div. P s. Univ. 1 pc p n. Div. n. Div. I s. Div. The tort Clinton Nocom. Arrives at a m . Arrives at p Way freight trains. S. Div. 1 a n. Div. Div. I s. Div. Trains leave Amherst am a in am i a in 7 28 p m j b 00 p pm p Way freight trains. Pm a Aralua leave Oberlin am 1 40 p m 8 57 p s 05 p Way freight trains. A m 4 p ill 8 80 j Iff i a train does not Stop where time is marked x. Leave Shaw Vii i a. Ill. . P. In. I i Ion. M. Way freight trains. P. M. I m p. Ill i ill c. T. V. Amp w. Hallway. Zoino South. Moi to Loktu trains Leavo j a m Loc l Uii cd Birj Obj a in mail p m exp am Loc l i us cup am mail exp a mall am cup t a m Loc l pm Loc l p m zip p m mail trains Leavi Lybia trains a attention Fioril people All. J Pray give car Tho neither Prophet nor a seer i can foretell with wondrous ease july greatest wish i you All to please. I can give lunch at any hour. The very Best within my pow r ice Cream and lemonade whatever else comes in the Trade we be cakes and pies for every one. A Sandwich loaf and Penny Linn our soda fount is Fresn and new and Oft its contents we renew our rooms arc kept with wifely care delicate Flowers perfume the air Bare House plants too we keep for Sale potted in crocks wooden pail. Well meet you with a pleasant smile and try to make it Worth your White to patronize restaurant stand equal to any in the Laud. C. Hartman West Side Public Square Wellington. James a. Tites machine and repair shop manufacturer Anil jobber All kinds machinery Shep Oracle Mill world farm implements reapers and every other Turi Ety machinery. Also Gold amp Silver plating All kinds metals. Of at bes. Jewelry Etc., made a . Shop. No. 40, Broad Street Between Middle and East Avenue Elyria a. Surge05 dentist. Pertici Ilner atle lion Given to saving lie . Artificial Teeth made Beautiful Batu i in appearance and in a tical. If they Ilo not set the patient they need not take them. Our motto dentistry in All its developments at moderate prics. For extracting without pain. In. Ii. Park no. Kill House opposite Jia Tuvin Tjo s. Is brushes Patent medicines Dye stuffs pure wines and liquors fou . . Toilet articles paints amp oils personal attention paid to prescriptions. Becky Ith Sterling amp co. The n Tho Xvi Mon Gronal no. 6, Euclid Avenue has opened Willi in entire Slock carpets and curtains comprising All the novelties in colourings Ami designs among Ali in Are some very Choice patterns our own direct importation whip i Are not to be obtained elsewhere. All lire invited to visit this . Prices As Low As new 1 Ork Joston and lower than any other House in Cleveland. Beckwith Sterling no. O Euclid Avenue Southeast Corner Public Square. Trade supplied As usual at manufacturers prices. A Good piano nearly new largest size will tie sow at a bargain with easy payments t. H. Linnell amp co., no. 71, j5roiul Street. Now reel mud Glottis gents furnishing goods i rinks Thoy urn in lowest for clot Iii made to order in Thebes a manner. Call and examine before purchasing . Adan t Koit Tiik Vielor serving Mii kor Elliis Cui Iii v. Stove amp jew store Wrightt Sci nolo a i t nou ujmm1 in clocks watches we lit in great in Rietz. Inroad St., Elyria. Wholf anti Antn i usual in All goods it Branch incl eng opposite win. I full line idol Injo a 111 1 heal 1 lot i Wood and Coal. Our Low Siml we propose to. Our Castn incurs i nhe no in decline.-. Us Jiava t variety tin Ami Jan Wai i. Noi i tinware t Etc. Ctr shall Ianul it my Ami a 1 Ull Assn Inni in tin Coper and sleet Iron fare Job work All kinds Donn prompt y to Sim Jal Auu Liim Ivun to Iroini Piid. I i 1c oof j Javit spouting Cic. In intend our y work you can by upon i Job. J Ari hauling anything in our Lino will Ivl it Vanl Ayu 1 calf Ficon to where. Amp is jul . Elyria Scoti. New drug store. U 12 to Ley j. Boat Jav. Rio. S cub i a Cost in tit car a i a in c ii e 31 i c a l a Patent medicines perfumery and toilet articles. Particular attention paid to prescriptions. Solo Arunm 1 Roit. Merri i s Bikk foe cows. Urr Eady s sheep dipping composition Lor destroy u Rev rut us ii k in ios Anil All 10 lilo n is clocks a. All at very lowest prior re iride r. R. Amp Fine fat Eta nil kinds Oclus .to.wolry, Elc All Wail i Wail Lantski by 0. Hayward St. Opposite Beebe House. C. Layward a Elyria. Carpenter amp Brooks builders hardware j Lints oils Iron furnishing goods. In implements a i1 f. Wooster s. Kracht Elyria seating parole. Lion in i i Ruil is i c i to us Der savings Bank. O. Lini he in Only. Shop v. Lui Viber form. Williams amp Faion at Tiu Oil is an i Dick in i Ujj cillers ill All Iii us no Tun i in Mill lath shingles doors Sash blinds

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