The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 19, 1891 · Page 4
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 4

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, May 19, 1891
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THE DAILY OHBHDNIO^E^ M&Y>19,1891. meaning. 'II: >m is Lewis is 11 ow ready to do cleaning.. Carpets taken up, oloanod ami put down,' stoves taken down, and in fact the way of house cleaning done in a first class manner at reasonable rates. Very Cheap. The farm known as the Tracy farm in Marengo, south of Rice Creek. Will be sold very cheap if sold before the 16th of May. S. S. LACEY, Asct. • Found "at Last. The nicest, most beautiful decorated pattern in semi-Jforc.elain of J. G. Moakin's make (Kngland) ever brought into this city. Ladies who intend to purchase s< mething nice this spring 1 to set their table with, something that cannot be distinguished from real China will do well to call at John Wiseman's and take a look at them befo're buying olso whore. • • ; . Price Reduced. • Nica Panly Plrfnts toj^*'ale at 10 cents for two dozen by Glen McNames, West State street. d m25 ' Spring Snita made to your order from $30 to $30 at F. S. Powers'. There aae thousands of families in MjchU gan that cannot be induced to use any other remedy'in their families than Columbian Oil. IA case of an emergency in any pain, bad cold of inflammation its'action is sure and certain. For Bale at; Qroene'8 drug store. .,--,.•:.. ..... ._ No More Whipping. Duncan & Lewis have erected a car- pot cleaning machine on Exchange street opposite John Adams' novelty works. Carpets cleaned at 2J^ cents a yard. Work called for and delivered Uall'and see it. Dojjt t. ea ttferltx HBMT bat get th* Don't go without a Spring Overcoat when you can get one made to order for $25 at F. S. Powers'. i i Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorii Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorifc ",U.; Sept., 1889 Miss K. Ftnnigan writes: My mother and sister used Pastor Koenlg'B Nerve Tonlo for Beoraltflm. They art both perfectly well now and never tired praising the Tonlo. Several Cases Cured. 107 PITTSBTOO, PA.*, May, 1889. The wsllknown Bev. Pastor A. J. Z , who will readily give his name on request, writes us:, An orphan under-my care suffered from epilepsy fot four ysanrrtrulOh luA advuioad very ; far; bnl three bottles of Pastor Koenlg's Nerve Tonic cured him entirely. Anf>th»«"'boy suffered from cramps m snob a deorX'tbft be became violent at times and en* dangerM^ils own life. Treatment in'several hospltalr by eompetent physiefank. gave onlj temporary relief. but after using several bottlsi of Pastor Soenlg? Merre Tonlo fie was cored entirely, and has been well and healthy ever since. __« M 9pl/al"OottoBHo»« having noeflt«ldecov»rJngto hold the molitarc, as Rubberhose docs, drlcullke a towel. OfcodfMtherearelmlUUoiu; there are FOUR WAYS however, by which you citn tell If the dealer la trying toseUanlnferlorhtae. ThA Genuine " Spiral" has I. A blfteH Hoe wow* in; B* sur« It 19 BUACKt !»•* 4 * r| V blue » re<J or tbin; but bUcK. . II. TW»t*bell *\*rcr)?0, 1 880," or> eVery lerjytb. III. TH^CORRUOATBDCOUPl-lflOfcrH BrVtD*? Incut. * IV. Bacb Upjtl) Is r>ow put up with a PIWK WRAPPElft »roui>4 trje bo«« O«*rtl>* coupling Dr. W. B. Church's prescription file is left at F. 6. Seaman & Co.'s drug store. Any old prescription can be had or renewed by going there. pall Our Pam ajfeos will ' poor fifee of'c This ter E< years, by the! • .^^ let for B sent free can alsot m us. beenpr Fort Wi now of nervous address, and this medicine the Beverend , . of Rubber ire St, Bos an Franclico. BOILERS STEPHEN PRATT'8 STEAM BO1LEH WORKg Established 1866. .Manufacturer of high and low pressure and steam heating boilers of all .kinds, moke pipes, breaohlngs, etc. Old boilers taken In nynK^nfla for new.. Rivets, boiler plates and Doller tubes for sale. Cornur Foundry street and Mlcttisran Centra R. B tracks, Detroit Mich. iiju., for -the past under bis direc* A Card. Mr. Wm. Blankeuhoru wishes to no tify the public that he is located East State street. No 412, ground floor, and is prepared to execute all orders for painting, graining and paper hanging, decorating and finishing, making a pecialty of first class work. I employ one but the best workmen. Also dealer n all kinds of paints and oils, d m!4 ILL. SOLD BY DRUCQI8T8. Price 91 per Bottle. • Bottle* tor $5. For sale by M. B. Powell. MOTHERS I Will you part with your • dar ling babies in sickness; or call on your druggist for Dr. Sharpsteen's Lavender Qm^ment and Asthmatic Balsam, medicin » that save lives when doctors fail in Membranous Croup, Inflammation r f the Lunas, Lun« lever and Typhoi Pneumonia, also quickly relieves a >r* cures Oroup, Scarlet Fever, W ooping Cough, Sore Throat, Burns, S "ilds and similar afflictionh, 25 and 50 cents or by mail? DB H. SHARPSTEEN, Proprietor, Marshall, Michigan. Wltnt wan it, Joliu That made your face ao free and clear fiom pimples, said bis sweetheart. Why, <um't you know, Eva? For over a year I took ovary thing I could think of. without helping me, then I bought two bottles of Bulphnr Bitters, and now I haven't one pimple on my face. It ia the bast blood cleanser I • ever saw. ' F OUND ATliAST-rAf tetman of wandering over this] mnndanasp]iere, I •have found a tidy little barbershop. Tocatedat 78 State street opposite J. W. Fletcher's clothing store. This shop is under the management of • Walter W. Clark, who as a tonsorlal artist has few equals and no superiors. His shop has recently heen refitted and leiurnlshed In elegant style, every thing daloty,' »e»tta«4 clean.; Fragrant perfumes, rasots i smooth an aatlni and all men know what a luxury it Is to be trimmed up in-artistic style. He, Is welt posted on Denuatolog; audit yon travea hard'beard and tender face call on Walter for if str*re. It Is said that he never talked but one of his customers to death, which U certainly InliU favor. So It you wants good clean^ share or tsSsty hair;cot, call at'78 State street. ' • - ' C. J. LANS, M. P.. formerly with Drs, K. A K. . SB. order of OTATB rfP »ICHI(|Al*ftCounty of Calhoan, O Notice is hereby.jt»*h, that by an ordei the Probatt Court for Ae County of Calhoun, mads odvfhe serehteenth daj* of April, A. D., 1891, six months from that date were allowed, for creditors tp present their claims against the estatet of Oscar M. Q'Keete, late of said Courty, aWeaJseaTandTnar'an-credltora otsaid deceased are required to present their claims to said ProbaterQJMrt, at the Probate office, in-the City of Mftrtnllf >1 for examination and allowance, on or befote thjfcseventeenth day of October uext. Dated April W. A. D., 1890. / UEOROE INQEH8OLL, 4wks JudB«of Probate. To the Afflicted. Since the introduction of Kellog's Columbian Oil it baa made more permanent cures and given better aatigfaotioja on Kidnev eom- piainiti and lthenmatl«m than ony known remedy. Its continued series of wonderful curen in al! olimatea uaa made it known an 4. eafe and reliable agent to employ agaiaBj,.al| aches and pains, which; are the forbfunn'enr of more aehoua diaordera. It acts speedily and surely, always reUevmg Buffering an« oj> ten iiaviug life. The protection it affords by ita timely uae , ou rheumatism, .kidney afleo- , tion, and all achea and paina, wounda, ing paiua, cholera morbue, diarrhoea, coughs, colde, catarrh, and diaordera among children,* makes it au invaluablo remedy to be kept always on hand in every home. No peraon can afford to be witkout it, and thone who have -JJC9SJ1§S»3.11 asyer wjll. It ia abaolutely p«|^ tain in ita remedial effects, and will always cure when curea are poaaiole. , Gall at Greene'e drug atore und gut ft cjroor Uv giving more full detaila of the. ouxattvf prepertiea of tuia woaddrful medioiue. f ' Fv>r all inStiouxiationa of the bronchia} tubes or • bad coLpa, Keiioggl's -Columbian: Oil is a splendid remedy. A few drqpa should be taken clear on sugar every three or four hours, and bathe the throat aud cheat two or three tiu^ea a day. It speedily allays the irritations, ticklings aud itcEuag,, and create*, a healthy action, and a coia- plete aure ia readily effected. For sale at Greene's drug store. (siUr«a Cry test Blood Purifier KNOWN. German Medicine is the best. 128 doses of SUL- ERS for»1.00,lessthan It will cure skin disease, from • on the tace e IPHUB TTER8. If are sick, , what «OU Placejrour trust in _ , HUK B1TTEKS, the purest and best :'t wait until yon , are unable *re fiat on your _ but get some mt once, ii ure you. Sulphuj foul and ive? Your 'ou ftAd Well , what 5 uu Are yoa or suffering 1 Cinciiati, Jaeta & Mactina? •WALSTON H. BROWN, Receiver. Time table taking effect Dec. 7, 1890. Trains pus Marshall as follows: ,rauH8 oooie BAST. ^o. SB,Toledo flzpress 687am ? «,CincinnatiKtpress t.6 29 am ^ 21,MaUanda*preag 1868pm 'Ttixnm ooiNti wxn. wo.SB, Mailand Bipress. J9glS p 2, einolnnaU 4 B - »• Express 621 p 8<B±press..... 1263arr S8, Local freight All trains dally except Sunday. Direct connections are made at Toledo Cincinnati with ,all roads diverging Trains 21 and 22 make good aonneetlon at Mon With with the. O. B. * I., and at Allegaa with the C. <fc W. M. for Grand Rapids. Moskegou and al points nerth. V B. DRAKE, (fen, M'g'r. T. C. M/SCHINDLER. Sen. Pass. AKU J. J. HoADum, Agt., Marshall; and S TATE OF MICHIGAN, 1 TUB CIRCUIT COURT FOR THK VIn Chancery. COUNTT or OALHOUN. Dated April 81st, A. D., 1891. JASON NCWTON, . I Complainant,) , ' va. }• AMBLU. NXWTON, I DefeodaBt. • Suit pending in the Circuit * "alhou \ County of Oalhonn in Court for th Chancery, at Michigan, oa the81»t davpf April, A. D., 1801. In this cause it appearing from affidavit on ale that thi Defendant, Amelia Newton, has depart ed from her last known place of residence, and that her residence cannot be adcenained, oa motion of Jesse M. Hatch, Complainant's solicitor, it is ordered that the said defendant Amelia Newton, causa her appearance to be en ,ter*d herein, within five month* from the dat of this order, and in case of her appearance tha she cause her answer to the. Complainant's Bill of Complaint to be filed, and a copy thereof to b served on said Complainant's Solicitor withii tweet; days after service on her of a copy o said bill, and notice of this order; and that 1 default thereof said bill he taken as confesaei by the said non-resident Defendant. 'Arid-it Is further ordered, that within twent; days the'said Complainant cause a notice of thl order to be published In'the Dally Chronicle, ; newspaper printed, published and circulated i sajd county, and tnat each publication be con tlinred there at least once In each week, for six weeks (a succession, or that'he cause a copy o this orler to be personally served on said uon resident defendant, at least twenty daya befor the time Above prescribed for her appearance. ' GEORGE W. MBCHEM, .' Circuit Court Commissioner Calhoun County Michigan. • J»sa« M. HATCH, , . Complainant's Solicitor. A trn» copy:'Attest. v WILLIAM Jf. aaBQG,,, • E«gl«ter in Chancery. COMPOUND ' ; Co*t<in' Root , H) Woodward aT»H Detroit, SoUlu UKftbftll by J?, flk, Seaman 4 Co. INVESTMENTS For safe InvestmentB, apply to A , _, Loan*..; , ontanjt edlldlng, U5Jtoaroo8t. OHIOAGO, ILJU. ' Ion to feyn*B J. Cage, Firs * ^%%& 8 lAnz ~ All Sizes M Prices at Cost. All, who use them advise their neighbors to do likewise. This is all we can ask. Over 100 now in usa in Marshall. All whose residences are on any ine of the The Gas Go's, main pipe, can have service pipe put in fr«« if they mil buy a AM Cooking Range of The Gas Co. for Cash and agree to use it. All Should Profit by this Offer Prices of Qas Consumed as reit tatered b? each mbter sepa rately eaohmonth win b« FOi* LIGHTING When nnder 5,000 cubic feet, $3.00 per 1,000 cuhV feet. 'When MXXX and utador 10,000 eubio feet, 6 IHM cent. lesi trH.)BO. When 10,000 or more cubic feet, 10 per cent less or f 1.80. FOR COOKING When under 1,000. cubic feet ISIper cent lessor $1.70. When 1,000 cubic feet or more, 9&'per cent less or $1.<K). A discount of ten o4hta per 1,009 cubic feet will be made on all above rate* wherv bills are paid on or before i lOth of month when due, but In no case unless paid by that date. THE M-AMTTAT.T. LIGHT 00 TIME TAJLE, NOV. 30, 1896. STATIONS. Chicago, LY Ealamaioo Bat tie Creek.... Marshall, Dp.... Albion Jackson Detroit,... Buffalo., SaTf t [Day Ir/t a.m. 700 11 60 1956 1 46 813 8 10 6 16 810 p.m S". 000 890 863 888 850 480 a 44 p.'m. I > ••* • 7 16 A' AA B 00 p.m. At'c Ex.* p.m. 1010 886 489 5 00 687 686 080 a.m 666 p.m. Hh't p. mi 086 817 804 888 867 4 40 780 a.m. 8 16 p.m. ITiT Pass p. at. '5" 88 6 16 6kr 7. > 764 p.m. TBAXMS WB8T. BTATIOM8. bufiklo. Detroit, Lv Jaoksoo,.. Albion.... Marshall.. Battle Cr'k £aUmasoo CMcagp,Ar Jack.MaU ». a. 600 710 7 88 8UO 940 bay Ohlc Eal. ETC. Pact Kz.t K&« Kx.f Kx.t Ex.* a.m. 880 1186 1807 100 * 17 196 p.m. a.m. 18 80 780 10 <* 10 ft 15 11 8ft 1812 486 p.m a.m. 880 p.m. 408 430 608 *j>° p. mi p.m. 44* 7 16 768 881 847 980 p.m. 746 1086 1107 11 88 11 67 1860 6 46 a.m. p.m. 1860 0 16 1160 19 JM 18 U 1 81 817 806 ». m. a.m. p.m. p.m p.m: p.a. a.m. S. Y. limited express whioVrtaves Chicago at 118 pja. will rtopat MJBBhallto let off passea- fVAm fwtf\m Ok!&__._ * ^^ . -. zers from Chicago. exeepted 0, fi. Osaojur Agent, Marshall GRAND PAUCE HOTEL. 8lt»l03H«?tliClart?treeI Cbicato. Both Plant. |V aakly, $3.00. TrunsFentt, 50o ujj. Restaurant by Cptnpagnon, , I-ATX OBlCAUO'Cl.trB' / CWXT. ' Chicago Resa ; Estate. .. Any man of Cokmbia 6ehW knewa that a lot In the heart of the cltr i-f Cb|oago»t §600, Is a better Investment than, ,

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