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Title: The Pharmaceutical era
Year: 1887 (1880s)
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Subjects: Drug Industry Drugs Drugs Pharmaceutical industry Pharmacy Pharmacy
Publisher: New York [etc.] D. O. Haynes & Co
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: Ontario Council of University Libraries and Member Libraries

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etc., oetp alongthe curative work. These capsules can bepurchased through any jobber or throughthe Benzol Capsule Co.. 317 Delawarestreet. Kansas City, Mo. ETHICAL ADVERTISING. . Galesville, Wis., physician, barred bythe ethics of his profession from adver-tising in the ordinary way, has insertedthe following signed card in a local paper :Look out for misleading advertisementsfrom druggists in curing coughs and coldsand, one of the greatest bluffs on earth,curing consumption. Dont lose yourprecious time : be examined by a qualifiedphysician. Consumption is an infectiousdisease which shouldnt be treated by drug-gists and bottles 1 Those advertisementsmake more harm to the human race thanif a patient with the plague had libertyto walk around the streets of Galesville. SaBFrol oil is 20 per cent, stronger thannatural sassafras oil. It is much in de-mand on account of the high prices nowprevailing for the latter. February i6, 1905.] THE PHARMACEUTICAL ERA. 223 PATENTS, TRADE MARKS, ETC.

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re/.i?^ **! 7- 7r^, 3C PATENTS. 782 lOS^ -Raymond C. Coburn, Upper San-dusky, Ohio. Apparatus for saint of the sick in Mexico),associated with the words La Issued Feoruary 1, lyub. administering anesthetics. Firgen de Los Guadalupe, La 781,884- -Adele R. Sherwood, St. Louis, 7S2 139- -Albert H. 0. Jackson. Brook- Reyna de Los Enfermos. Mo. Holder for bottles or the wood, England. Spirit blow- 44,140- -Remedies for certain named like. pipe. diseases. The Abbott-Alka- 781,680- -George A. Stebbins. Watertown,N. 1. Apparatus for maliing 7.S2 :,- -Edward J. Lowry, Republic,Wash. Bottle-stopper. loidal Co., Chicago, 111. Theword Bilein. bisulfite. 782 1.54- -Mitford C. Massie, Washington, 44,141- -Hypnotic. Raymond Chemical 781,702- -Jesse C. Waugli, Denver, Colo.,assignor of one-half to Edwin D. C, administrator of FritzAch, deceased, assignor to C. Co., New York. The word Neuronidia. T. Jones. Denver. Colo. Dottle. F. Boehringer & Soehme, 44.142- -Salicylic preparations for in- 781,

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Image from page 48 of “Pictorial and biographical memoirs of Elkhart and St. Joseph counties, Indiana, together with biographies of many prominent men of northern Indiana and of the whole state, both living and dead” (1893)
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Title: Pictorial and biographical memoirs of Elkhart and St. Joseph counties, Indiana, together with biographies of many prominent men of northern Indiana and of the whole state, both living and dead
Year: 1893 (1890s)
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Publisher: Chicago, Goodspeed Brothers
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Digitizing Sponsor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center

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the blue uniform and fought bravely for the old fliig,serving with distinction through the Rebellion. He comes of good old fightingstock, °his paternal grandfather having fought and died for independence. Mr.Mosier was born on June 21, 1840, and is a descendant of English ancestors, in-heriting their thrift and enterprise. He is the son of Cyrus and Rebecca (Weeks)Hosiernatives of the Empire State, where the father, in connection with the mill-wright trade, carried on a carriage manufactory. The Weeks family was related tothe Mosier family on the mothers side, and several members of this family werekilled in the noted Wyoming massacre. The parents of our subject had born totheir union three children, as follows: Horace (deceased), Cyrus F., and Charleswho was drowned in a spring. Cyrus F. was but two months old when his father.lied, and his mother afterward removed to Corning, N. Y., where she resided forsix vears From there she moved toward the setting sun and settled in New Haven,

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Goo. CLAUDE MATTHEWS. MEMOIRS OF INDIAJfA. 49 Ind., where she macrtid Rufus McDonald, one of the prominent men of that sec-tion. By this union two children were born, only one, Rufus, now living. Theoriginal of this notice has known the demands of poverty, and consorted with themif any man has, but his honesty, goodness, energy and perseverance have broucrhttheir rewards which he aud family are now enjoying. When bnt a boy he startedout to iight his own way in life, and first stopped at Newville, Ind., where he se-cured employment and schooling during the winter mouths, for sii years, workingduring the summer seasons for his schooling the following winter. At the end ofthis time he was offered the principalship of this school aud after serving in thatcapacity for some time, he accepted other positions. Mr. Mosier is not an educatedman in the technical sen.se of the word, but he harmonizes cause and effect so log-ically, that he is recognized as one whose opinion is of much weight. In

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Image from page 112 of “Sepulchral memorials of Bobbingworth, Essex; with genealogical notes and pedigrees” (1888)
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Title: Sepulchral memorials of Bobbingworth, Essex; with genealogical notes and pedigrees
Year: 1888 (1880s)
Authors: Bobbingworth, England (Parish) Crisp, Federick Arthur, ed
Subjects: Oliver family
Publisher: [London] F. A. Crisp
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Digitizing Sponsor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center

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s house in S Brides, & byhis will gave one third of his estate to the said Jane, one third to hisdau. Dorothy Lynne (by a former wife), & to such child or children ashis wife Jane might have or be with at his decease. That the estate was valued at_;^8S5. 6. 6, of which ^202 were despe-rate debts. The deft is quite ready to make a statement to the Court. Public Record Office, Filter Lane. Chancery Proceedings. Bills &> Answers. Bridges iv., B & A, before1714. No. 412. Cure v. Cure. (26 Apr. 1659.) CICILIE CURE (Compl), widow, relict of Mathew Cure, cit. &merch Taylor of London, which Mathew Cure died without issue,& his cousins german & next of kin Richard Cure & ]L^thcw Cure haveconfederated together with others unknown, to deprive Complt. of herrights in his estate. The s* Mathew made the afs Richard Exor of hisWill.The Defts. deny the above allegation. Public Record Office, Fetter Lane. Not a bachelor, as he had a da. Dorothy by a former wifi:. 48

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