The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 21, 1891 · Page 2
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THE DAILY CHRONICLE, 21,1891. THE DAILY CHRONICLE,* TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. '• '-J 1 Bally, one year t4 75 Dally, dellrered, 1O cents per week. THE DEMOCRATIC EXPOUNDER, Published Friday, $1.50 a year. Subscriptions received at the office of publication 151 State stree. J. If. MOSES, Publisher, Marshall, Mich. K««l Estate Transfers. George W. Chase and wife to Enoch A. Cummings, lot 10, block 1, C. H. Hill's addition to Battle Creek, $250. IraE. Williams and wife to Lavina Gayer, lots 4, 5, 11 and ;i2, block 22, Burlington, $125. ; Ira W. Reed to Frances R. ifceed, lot 10, block 61, Albion, f275! X. Norman L, Rood and wife to Ruben B. Wood, five acres on section 3, Lee, $500. George C. Morgan and wife to Will iam W. Laity, lot ip, block 29, Battle $300. Thomas and Lottie L. Lyon to Homer, Butter and Cheese Manufacturing Company, lot 246 French's addition to Homer, $55. Minnie Kussrow to William E. Schmidt, lot 15, block one, Irwin & Hodges' addition to Albion, $140. John L. Leer and wife to John G Sheffield, B % of n w 1£ section 4, Penu- field, fl.500. One Way to Koep Streets Clean, Thto good suggestion comes to the Listener: I wish you would suggest as an aid to keeping Utter from the streets that teach- en In public schools, and especially in the vacation schools, should once or twice a week make the children see that throwing torn paper and other litter into the street k as much a breach of good manners as to throw such torn paper, etc., upon the floor at a lady's parlor. Such a comparison might have some effect. One thing I remember in my school days—my teacher's repeated enforcement of his rule that al litter should be thrown into his waste basket made a much greater impression on my mind than all my mother's efforts k Cbe-eame direction.—Boston Transcript. Knglteh Blacksmiths, i deaths of country blacksmiths are .eon per 1,000, those of Marylebone, London, thirty-one per 1,000. In the course of his life the country blacksmith can •trlka between the ages' of twenty and •dxty 86,000,000 blows on his anvil, 8,000 each day of ten hours; but the Marylebone blacksmith, who works twelve hours, has •00 more blows to strike per day—that is, •txty more working days per year, and in five years one whole yeaj more of work—a full and sufficient reason, says Dr. Richardson, in combination with his uihealth-' iersarrpnndings. for his shorter life.—Lon don Tit-Bits. I boy Flour in fefullt and$b lafj|e q<jan* titles. Having bought; bejore the -Jite advance in; whea^I crititjiauG tp.seliat old prices Perrii f£<ny^»;Hq¥ner .^fad Union City Hburf* Alt bv ; the 100 pounds Bring your own bags and get full weight. No light weight paper or cotton sacks. Also nice clean Screenings for chicken fnedi Corn in the oar A. WATSON. Miss Lizzie Barnes, of Jackson, will be at Mrs. Hills, corner of Eagle and Mansion streets on May '22 and remain a few days. She will make a display cf embroidery materials and linens. dm23 1I/A.TILLOTSON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND CONVEYANCER. -. All business attended to promptly and carefully.. .Is the only justice in the city having a safe to keep judgment docket and other valuable papers in. Spring Poetry. e? two, three, Tnree, two, one. • -llJike my Permits o Pretty well done. Thf ee, two, one, One, two, three. , I buy my Peanuts At the Big Grocerie. Miss Bessie Peters, teacher of piano and a late pupil of Dr. F. Ziegfield, president of Chicago Musical College, wishes pupils.''. Lessons will be given al the pnpil's residence if desired. tf How filley Write* Poems. James Whitcomb Riley , the Hooaier poet, tfi now living quietly 'at Indianapolis, devoting only a small portion of his time to literary pursuits. He is a sufferer from Bdght's disease, and his condition is such •Q to give bis friends . considerable uneasi- £UBBB. He is a most erratic writer, and •nany of the moat charming poems from fafe pen have been dashed off under the in- on of the moment. It is said that his later productions, that appeared The Century, was originally written a cuff in a crowded railway train.— oo M&iL ' ^•W - I T| ; • . .... r . In metal working was ac- a* the Superior Mill, AUe- L I by rgUWb a strip of'steel for a 18 lneh« wide, ^incfi thick and 810 " ^^work*as8uccea8fnllyper- __^_ ^wl-the apiing properly tempered at the flHrt effort The order had previously beeo tendered to all the large English ^4.Oontuw)tal works of Europe, none of 4rateb woold undertake to do it. ' Coarse Corn Meal for chickens. MEBRUL. "Feed my chicks" with Meal from Merrill's. Opening Saturday, May 23, Mrs. P. Merrill. PICKLED 5c a fib at J. Cunningham's TRUSSES A full assortment of sizes. The best kinds and at reasonable rates Truses fitted without charge for fitting, at GREENE'S Drug Store 102 West State St.. M RSHALl. L OST—A black fan tied with a black rfbbon on Sunday evening, between Presbyterian church and Lewis Townaend'a. dm27 MBS. L. TOWNSEND. W AN TED-A good girl to do general honee ySPf ^SRi,*.*** 8 will. IMS paid. En y^OUBD—On river road last weetf a email sum JC . ot money. Loser can have same, lews fifty cents for advertising. PETSB MULVAKy .••-••-,-•* -- •m f - ~ • Matengo 8*lve in the world for GaU, Bant, Worn. Salt Bheont. Ve>er etUr, Cbwpp»d Qaoda, OnfUJajju. A FEW LADlEbtaud gentlemen can secure paying position* with the Home Supply -As- Bocifenon, of Chicago, If they apply at once to the general agent.' Willard Uagadorn, who will be in Marshall for a, few days, at Mrs. Brow Bell's. : ,..-.•>..-.'. ' dm28 T>OAEIX OP KEV1KW—Notice is hereby piv JJ, en that tb» OAiiuraigned sHiperrisors of tb< city (>f Marsh»U oonatiluting the Board of Review, in pursuance of the provisions of the city charter and" the law a of |the state in sucti cas toaae ana provided, will meet ,on Tuesday, Ma 19th; ipso, at the eommon couiell room iu aal city, aad remain is session during that week, »nu iSleo on. Monday and Tuesday o? the following we«k. »od as wuik longer M may be necessary to complete the review of tho aaaeasmeat roUs of said city, as required by l»w. The seeeionBof wld boaWwilTbegin »?» o'clock a. £,<& e*ch day«a4oo«Unuefor atlewt olx hour* of «»ch PAPER The Largest Stock, The Lowest Prices, At Hyde's Drug Store. NEW I have leased the old Turner Bakery, forme c ly occupied by Doc Snyder and BEFITTED IT ENTIRELY 0 and am now prepared to furnish the public who Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes A fine line of Confectionary always on hand. Fruits in season. First Class Lunche J. 0. KEUCHLE. ' Ask your grocer for Rice Creek mills flour or call at the mill and get a sack. Use Rice Creek millsliour and you wili have no other. • F. S. Powers, the leading merchant tailor, guarantees satisfaction. Daily at J. Ladies! COMEandSEEMY SPRING THE STYLE, QUALITY, GOODS and PRICE are RIGHT. ' •• Miss. D. Kelly. H AY FOB SALB-Clover and timothj mixed. Enquire at Grp.nnn a <lrn<r >tn» Enquire at Greene.s drug store. 8. B. . 8CHUYLBB. Dissolution. The firm of Stowe & Diehl heretofore doing business at 107 Bute stteet, east, has been df* solved and tne undersigned will pay no firm debts contracted after May I th, 1891. The junk business will be continued by me in the Kay- ibber, irou, brasa, copper, etc. Marshall, Mien.,'May IStn, 1891. C. C. DIKHL. _ . . . into my enclosure, a pony. Owner can nrr One mile Bouth and half a mile west of Ce'resco. G " uuu PASTURE TO RBNT-Ponr miles north of Marshall. Apply to ... _ . _ fl. 8. LOOKTQN. G OLD.-silver and nickel plating done at the Marshall Cycle Co. (Jet your knives, forks and •popna silver plated and made as good as new. Prices reasonable. Call and see. 'C'OB RENT— Handsome . appartmenta of Ava ^t^/ 00 ^ 18 ' moderl » u «»»vcnlence«; centrally loi cated. Enquire at Chronicle office. R OOMS TO RENT First houae east, of Trin- Jtyjhurou. JnqulrofMriiS. H. Dhnn. Tj^OB SALE— A brand new canopy top surrey. of BighL'd&' >lBa ' ag00d h °" e - K ^ qUl " paid for old clothes, hats and caps, boot* shoes, rubbers : In fact anything and Wery- ttong. at i)r. Sherman's auction store. H _ B. 0. BBOOK8. W AOTED-An active, honeest man-Salary «<». * 10 9 monthly U suitable, witft o niUes for advance, to represent localiy a • W 'ANTgD^Secohd hand g«od« of «?ery description. Household luraitur*, •tovesT S^to^J"^^^ W A S^Ut^^ paid tor thttin, HO fiKOOKK ip«OK SALK-New faraitnre. New and Urge A^ variety of tinware and notions, second store. auction OAL '3 GREATEST SHOW ONEARTHJ WILL> BE AT POWELL'S PEJJG STOR3B 4PEki I Where he will open lOOOb Rolls of New WALLPAPER^ LARGEST LINE EVEB. Shown in Marshall Save money by buying 10 CAR LOADS ON THE TRACK. Leheigh Nut, No. 4 Stove, And Egg Hard Coal 4jj&- : " THREE CARSOF^ •-" • JACKSON HILL. Delivered to any part of the city s. a CUMMXNQS, : V,

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