The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 15, 1891 · Page 3
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THE DAILY CHRONICLE, MAY 16;i$>i, : METEOROLOGICAL Local meteorological report taken by G, H. Greene today at Greene's drug •tore. Ton. ITHBI 8-OOPMJ IRMOMBTBa. w 77 76 BABOMTBB. 89.160 89.070 WIND. W NW Highest, 79: lowest, 43. By registering triermoiuetet 1 for the last 24 hours. • BREVITIES. Mrs. W. H. Van Antwerp left <today for DesMoines, la. Miss Carrie Lee, of Chicago, is visiting friends in this city. • Dr. L. E.Gallup is making some im' provements to his residence on High street. -.----' .-- -Mrs; M. A. Wing is quite sick with malarial fever at the residence of her daughter in Battle Creek. ' ' Edward Williams, superintendent of ; ' the' Dowagiao stock farm formerly of . this place, is in the city oil business. Miss Ulrich's class is practicing daily for the ^ntertamment to be given at the opera house next Wednesday evening. Burglars have been doing a land office .bnsiuesa at Tekonsha Sunday and Monday night. It seems to be the work of 'amateurs, but the people are excited and there will be no amateurism in the handling of the men should they get eaugbt. The premium list of the Detroit International Fair & Exposition Company, which will be held in Detroit from August 25 to September 4' next, has just been issued and .comprises a long array of tempting Offers to exhibitors. The grand total, of awards this year will foot up over $50,000. The bill appropriating $30,000 for the suitable ,entertainment of the Grand Army of the Republic at the encampment to be held in Detroit in August next, came before the bouse Thursday forenoon for the second time and was . carried by a vote of 70 to 26. Calhoun's representatives voted the same' as be .fore, Mr. Ferguson for it and Mr. Clapp ' against it. ~ " ! . A Cleveland man has patented n de< vice for giving a baseball the cr.rve jwhen it leaves the pitcher's hand, 'j he device consists of an elastic strap with a loop in one end to receive the thumb and at the other end is the segment of a sphere corresponding to the shape of the ball. It is claimed that as the ball leaves this arrangement any -curve,de- aired can be given and without the em 'ployment of the contortions which the average pitcher has to make to reach the same result. ' • A newspaper can say nice and pleasant things about a man and his whole family ( for two long years, and then incur their lifetime enmity in one Short week by a seeming slight. Yes, it's the fact, and you can hurrah for a. qandi 4ate, back his friends, cuss his enemies ; and make a darn fool of yourself all the way through, without a thank in the -end, to find-when you are a candidate that he is "out o' politics." But there is one man that don't forget you, and that's the man you opposed; ?- ? . This ia a world of fads. And not to harbor in your cranium one of those 1 more or less beautiful eccentricities is not to be in the swim with the popular tide of events. The latest fad to take poaseasiou of the American maiden of the period is to present her best young .man, or some other girl's best young - iuan, as the case may be, with a handsome four-in-hand tie, made by her own dainty hands, To be- regulation it must be crocheted with- silk thread and lined with a piece of cloth to match her dress that he most admires. Whether she is to crochet it during the visits of the 70fw£ man, or whether she is to do it in the secret closet of her chamber b* th* flickering of a tallow dip. we do not •1 J. W, Fletcher, of St. Joseph, is in this city today. 5 i ^ Licensed to wed: James Walter and Nina Elizabeth Black, both of .Battle Creek. Seats f of the entertainment next Wed nesday evening are now oa sale at Greene's drug store, x The opera house will be filled with entire new scenery and a new drop curtain. The work has already been com menced. Bellevue Gazette: Dr. Marshall was in town Monday to consult with Dr. Hull about Mr. Rogers' illness. Mrs. Rot, rs is also very sick. Battle Creek'is talking about improv- its;stree. car service. The cars now make l setni % wcekly trif s, and when the improvememts are completed' they will probably run tri-weekly or possibly daily. . ' "Please stop my paper; there ain't nothing in it and I shan't have it," wrote one of ttuM'e intelligent subscribers who thinks his $1 is what keep? the press going, to a Hillsdule editor. "The reason there is nothing in ,my paper," writes the editor In reply, "is because nothing happens to put in it. It ought to be worth $1 a year to you to know that nothing has happened. I shall continue it until further orders." FrankiB. Wendling delivered his lecture on the "Passion. Play" to a small audience at the opera house last evening. The press notices which he fur* nished led as to believe that he was a tine talker and that his lecture would je well worth one's time and money to hear, but those present were sorely disappointed, as it was a flat failure. Mr. Weed ling will do well to skip this town the next time he passes through this section of the state. Heal Estate Traimfer*. Jacob L. Nicker son to ioubel T. Walk- mshaw, the e % of the n e ^ of s e % of section 20, also 13}£ acres off w end of, n w ££' of a w & of section 21, Con vis, $500. Loyal D. Bradley and wife to William Butler, the.e % of n }£ of n e # of section 4, Homer, $200. • A. J. Anson and wife to Thomas Lyon, the s w ^ of n e ^ And the undivided % of a strip 2 ifids wide off the west side of the s e }£ of section 19, Clarendon, $450. Grogan Defrote and wife to Theodore Powers, the w X of w K of a e & of section 13, except a strip of land 2 rods wide, Clarendon, $1. John C. Stetson to Wj F.. E. O. and H. L. Barton, parcel of land in section 12, Burlington, $150. - Charles Austin and wife to John H.. Shafer and wife, quit claim^to lot in, Battle Creek, $1. V. U'm. J. Dibble and wife to Aarjto E. and Electa Kocher, lot 47, Marshall, $1.125. , . Lydia A. Russell to .Frederick A. Williams and wife, lot in the city of Battler Creek; $1,000. Floor, Floor. . I buy Flour in bulk and in large quantities. Haying bought before the late advance in wheat-, I couiiuue to sell at Old prices Perrin Flour, Homer' and Union City Hour. *A11 bv the 100 pounds i Bring your own bags and get full weight. No light weight pare or cotton sacks. Also nice dean Screea- ings for chicken feed, Cornin tbjfear' '' ' ' -" '• a u B. Clifford, New Cfcjael, Wia.£ ww troubled with Neuralgia and &he<una&aff» hit Stomach waa disordered, hia Liver WM affected to.au alarming degree, appetite (ell »w»y. and he waa terribly reduce^} inlfleah and aireujjth. Three botUea of Riiotrui Bittera cored him. * Edward ^hspherd, Harrieburg, DL, fad a running aore on hiu leg of eight years' ^and- ing.' Used three bottlea of Electric J andaeven boxea of ,Pucklen'e Araioa and Dis leg iaaouud and well JohnTBp Catawbft; 0., had five large fever sores «n hii leg, rtootoraaaid hewaaiaourable. - - WQ jE^'ftftfiniQ J&itt^yn £i$I 01^0 IHKK Araio* Saive Qoidd " Are You In It? .... • . •*•-•••. ••.'•'..• -- : * • * • .... '.,, Wehavereferenceto house cleaning. .7f yon have commenced that semi-annual job, you <huve no d&ibt ascertained that many articles of Fumil*>i\-°, need i e- placing, or the changes you have ma^e wiu tulmit of adding some new piece. If So Call at F. B. Snyder's, and look over his large and elegant stock of Parlor . 8uits,.Bedroom Suits, Fancy Chairs, Dinning Room, .. Chairs, Tables and everything else kept in a first- class furniture store. These pleasant eveu t<gs you want to try x • . And. Get Out and wheel the baby around in one of those lumdsome Cabs, which are so cheap that one can afford to throw away the old one and get a new one. A full line of Casket and Undertakers Goods. Special Sale , . ' OF- - • • • C i1PETI! NEW ANI ) DESIRA] ' I ,.E. WE OFFER 75 cent Carpets, for 66 cents. 60 cent Carpets, for—>— 55 cent. 50 cent Onrpets, for 45 cents. > S. V. R LEPPER To Speculators. I AM MAKING A I will clear out my entire stock ol Crockery", Glassware, Hanging AND EVERYTHING IN THE CROCKERY LINE. I Have the largest I4ne of * PWi^T PD GLASS WIRE In the sity, and will sell at , ACTUAL COST FOR SPOT CASH. This IB a picnic. I want to get out of Crockery business to make room for another HOG of good** • * ^ "' BKABD BUTLER. ^i JTA.IR:'.*-. ik->. - Children Oqr f«t Wtoh^ .... ^ &i& £&2i& s; .<*-^ >-jV It&\ '-.;..„«

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