The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 16, 1891 · Page 2
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MAY 16,1891. . DAILY CHRONICLE. TEBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Onll?, one year , f4 , 6 »»ttllr, delivered,' io c«mt« pei*reek. THE DEMOCRATIC EXPOUNDER; >. fablUhed Friday, fi.so » year. -SiibBcrlpt/ons received at the office of publl- cation 161 State stree. . ,* . J.M. M08E8, Pd'blliher, . Marshall. Mich. Keal Estate Tranifor§. Charles C. Dell to Elizabeth A. Baker, lot 80 Nichols & Shepard's addition to Battle Crick, $1,100. Nelson Hubbard to Phebe Clements Taber, lot 40, ran g o of blocks 5. Battle Creek, $1,500. C. A. Blanrdt and wife to August * isk, lot in the city of Albion, $200. A. E. Cummings to Frank C. and Lena C. Root, Iqjt 54,'A. E. Cummings' addition to Battle Creek, $435. Samuel W. Melzler and wife toOren W. Giles, 120 acres on section 18 Sheridan, $3,000. John Heyser and wife to John A W eickgenant, lot 117 Merntt's addition to Battle Creek, $1,250. J. S. Jewett to Nettie F. Ogden, parcel of land on section 12, Lee, $200. J. Phelpa Beach and wife to John and Wary S. Counterman, lot «2, Roberts' addition to Battle Creek, $700. Albert W. Oxley and wife to Mark McCamley, lot 28 Nichols & Shepard's addition to Battle Creek, $1,000. Jeremy H. Stone and wife to Maiga- ret P. Calvin, lot 26 Emmetf Park, Battle Creek, $900. * John A. Weickgenant and wife to John Amelia Heyser, lot 117 Merrill's addition to Battle Creek, $1,200. Mrs. Sylvia Spoor to Wm. H. Spoor undivided one-half of a parcel of land on section 2, Clarence, $300. Claud T. Amden and wife to George B. Cady, lot 12, block 0, Albion, $900. John F. and Edward C. Hinman and w Try Buckll*'. Arnlcm salve. WALL PAPER The Larger Stock. The Lowest Prices, At Hyde's *or Orer Fifty *e»r. MBS; WiNSLow's SOOTHING Shiup has been used for children teething 1? hethechiId ' 8oftoM thorns, al ^ c ? re8 wind colic. and is edy for Diarrhoea: Twenty. ST? T te \*>°Me Sold by all druggists throughput, the world. Stattf lies of disease show that there is a rater mortality from kidn<£ ' dffidfii 1 ^? ^ • any "^cauSSi £3 mS£ Buffering which attend these make it the more, necessary to h healing, h « «. acrreotly the kidneys, rheumatism and all aches a.-P«M. For sale at Qreeue^s drug store! Look at Him! o he wae not expected to Ilva t almost Jdlle^him I have leased the old Turner Bakery, torn,* occupied by Doc Snyder and IT ENTIRELY Bread,Ti^s, Cakes ...„ A fine line of Confectionary always on hand. Fririts in season. A year Uveroom oared «•- . an wives to Floyd B. Coates, lot 98 Mer- ntt's supplement to range of blocks 2 (Battle Creek, $700. The Green Eyed Monater. A man's jealousy ia tragic, like Battl* Creek Steam Dj* Workt. Ladies a«d gents clothing a specialty. Woolen dresses, clonks, sacks, and gents clothing cleaned and dyed without ripping. Parties wishing work done should drop a postal to the works at Battle Creek and the agent of the company will call on them Monday, May 18. Nos; 78 and 80 South Jefferson St., Battle Creek, Mich. JAS. DIOKBB80N, Proprietor. Merrill'* Price 1.1st. . First ClassTunche J. 0. KEUOHLE. ^•^^^^^•^_n 5afta%t ss? 20 Ibs granulated sugar 14 Ibs cut loaf ar ----- t«n ; S> Power8 > th » leading merchant tailor, guarantees satisfaction of Don' Garcle de Navarre on o £ hand or of George^ Dandin on the other! But the jealousy of a woman in modern society may be neither dignified anTSJ rible enough for tragedy, nor grotesque and humorous enough for- comedyMt to bitter, shnll, ugly! a deathless tori? a poison and pervenrion of nature; too meu . Yet she does not fit with tragedy unless she be an empresTor a queen, say an Ameatris or an Eleanor, can give her passion a tragic acope a dolge-it with a full cup of may a^ least be offered as aDex or perhaps others may say that of gona feminine jealousyTis most from the sympathy of men and -.»—-ww VMV u sr'e Magazine. A Tlnue to Be Silent. "Do yoa kno*;" said « matron married life extends over a soon of "that I attribute fijaiebosidei " the happiness of out ; lift to a a my husband and mywfc h*n unn wspectod-^we never do any talking, hardli Bpeak to one another, indeed, before break tost. He was quite a confirmed bachelor when i married him, Mdl^tokl —** affcpraro^ tJ, at UQti j lite hi - coffwhe held the mo view* of everything. t &£ flfWrt 4-\\4ft .«._«, _ t*. 'i^T J"^ v " wy ^toetion was thus «Mled port available ti^tTSk^SLi IB dnrhur t.h« ^~^»_JT _**** ?*? r thdr bing»> W AN f«D-A good girl o^ o worlf. Oood wagu will • netsJ hou«- a ^ ^'u 111 ' 8 mSed «»*M 8 doz fresh eggs........ , inn ssassits. 1 ? 0 **""^ s JofteiffiS 0 '' 10 '"^^: » 4 Ibs chocolate drops'.'.".'.;" 11S Pine apples, good ones... ' VK 5Ibs Mernll's50c tea... ** 2M 10 Ibs genuine maple sugar."".'" 100 Hammock «»ts two forT...' -g Remember these prices are good for this evening and tomorrow. / H. M. MERBTLL. ^EDUBDAY MAY20 „ iretl, ELOCUTIONIST, Of Dntroit will give Readings in the EAGLE OPERA HOUSE. Also a class exhibition in Physical Culture which jwill consist of Posing by f Ladies in Greek Costume; and Gesture Work, Marches etc, by classes of children. Daily at J. COME and SJCE1Y SPRING at Qreene'i Prog Store. ol .. Biases, The best kinds and at reasonable rates. Truses without enarge rpy WQ$& at GREENE'S Drug Store, 193 We*tatate«t.. M DttuAi • RSHALL. i THE, STYLE, QUALITY, GOODS and PRICE are RIGHT. Mss. D. Kelly. . . .|. •_. ••'»/•_ GREATEST SHOW ^^ ON EARTH PQ WELL'S STOKE APRIL! he will open G OOU PAHTUaK TO RKVT nC: north of Wh»ll. Ap J5 I g V ' p 9 •te^SSS W* -TOffi^tfSfflEra »l^^23r5F^ *K" ^tmmK^g^fj"^^ ju&u — l. I Motion store «•»*< »t Or. dtermau diltt KOAL LAEQE8T Showniii MarsJjall Save money by buyin ' POWELL'S DRUC STpRE ' THE'-TRACK. l-eheigh '."-i* T 01 • - '"* No. 4 Stove, *".', THREE CARS OP,. JACKSON HILL Delivered to any pat* SPthe dtf I5r * C5*

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