The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 25, 1891 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, May 25, 1891
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DAILY CHRONICLE, MAY 25,1891. THE Distr anco TERMS i Dally, delivered, 1O cent, perwi TWE DEMOCRATIC EXPOUNDER, published Friday, $1.59 a year. Subscriptions received at the office of publication 1S1 State stree. J. M. MOSES. Publisher, Marshall, Mich. around medal. P? Arnold ^send, %h olSl the second prize. Ml and A J were (fed », .A LESSON FROM NATURE. O, the beauty of the springtime with Us buds and hlosBoma fair, And the promise of rich fruitage that Is.written everywhere. ; Hidden iu tae leafy tree-tope hear the «etei of song birds sweet, . : . And Inhale the snbtle perfume from the flowers , beneath out feet. Surely naught can mar the picture that Is spread before our oyen, ' Surely naught can turn our rapture Into grief and sad surprise. Ab,-sometimes the storm-clouds gather, and the rude winds loudly blow, Buds aad blossoms, e'en the tree-tops, with the song birds are laid low,. • So there's beauty In the aprlngtline of each Ufa to mortals given, •And our children have the promise of a foretaste here of heaven. So the springtime of onr childhood Comes to us With promise fair,* ' . And we eagerly go torward seeking pleasure everywhere. But ere yet we reach the summit of onr dreams of earthly bliss, Lo, the storm clouds .beat above us, and BOW cherished hope wa miss. Woalth has flod, false friends betray us, and oar loved ones are laid low, Graves of burled hope* behind us, .tears make dim th« paths we go. Stay, look up, the storm is pasalBg,"Me the reo gleam In the west. With the "bow of promise" tells us, nature brings'her children rest. While the harvest and the fruitage, oheer the laborer on his way. Pilgrim nee, the morning cometh, and anon, the perfect day. . MRS. •. B. ROWLEY. SILVER UN ALABAMA. A Vela of Galen* Ore of Great Value Found In Plokena County, MOBILE, Au.., May 23,—In Pickena county, Ala., there baa been discovered a vein of galena ore containing silver in very large quantitiea. Experts who have bteen in the vicinity say the discovery will make'a mat. veloas revolution in a region that has heretofore been simply an agricultural country, the find was made in an attempt to dig a week in the the northern portion of the county in what are known as the , Liberty Hills. Pickens county is described in the geological survey of the state as being the southern boundary of the coal measures of the state; WALL PAPER The Largest Stock. The Lowest Prices, ' At Hyde's Drug Store. > Floor, Flour. I buy'Flour in bulk and in large quantities. Having; bought before the late advance in wheat, I continue to sell at old prices Perrin Flour, Homer and Union City I 1 lour. All by the 100 pounds. Bring your own bags and get full weight. No light weight paper or cotton sacks. Also Bice clean Screed- ings for chicken feed, Corn in the ear. ' A. WATSON. NEW BifflY I have leased the old Turner Bakery, iorme ly occupied by Doc Snyder and BEFITTED IT ENTIRELT and am now prepared to furnish the putiteo wiib Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes . Dr. W. B. Church's prescription, file is left at jF. G. Seaman & Co.'n drug store. Any old prescription can be had or renewed by going there. if he result of this the first field day given by the Marshall Athletic Club was a success in every particular and must be very gratifying to tke members. The exhibition at the opera house list Friday evening was an agreeable surprise to a majority of those pi esent, as they had not anticipated anything half as fine as was witnessed. The Marshall boys did nicely and were highly pom- plimented by Mr. Williams, the referee. The show at the fair ground was also 'fine, and while some of the bojs wero a little disappointed in their work, they did finely and have nothing—to be ashamed of. Notwithstanding the postponement until. Saturday, a day when many are unable to get out, the attend ance was large, and the members have every reason to be proud of their first fiejd day. The receipts were safficient to pay all expenses and leave a nice lit . tie suo^ in the treasury. The following are the results the of events at the fair ground, which we ..were unable to give in Saturday's issue: 440 yards run—A J Townsend, Marshall, 1st; J D McKay, pliyet, 3d; G G Newell, Albion, 3d. Time 58%Running hop step and jump—C D Thomas, Hillsdale, 1st-, Lp Rickerd-, Albion, 2d; A M Flagg, Olivet, 8d, Distance 41 ft, }£ in. Running h.jghjump'—C D Borton, Olivet, 5,ft^ 11? 4;^if % , : , ' •• 1st; £ B Ward,'Ui^|diBi Jd; F R Frost, Olivet, 8d.. Time 4:46 ^"'^ Boys rfoviee r£ce—Bickarfl, Marshall, 1st; Upha^BB; Marshall, 3d. UM Rice Creek mills flour and will have no other. you MOTHERS Will you part with ye ir darling babies in sickness, or call on your druggist for Dr. Sharpsteen's Lavender Ointment and Asthmatic Balsam, medicine* that save lives when doctors fail in Membranous Croup, Inflammation rf the Lungs, Lung Fever and Typhoid Pneumonia, also quickly relieves a id cures .Croup, Scarlet Fever, W ooping Cough, Sore Throat. Burns, S talds and similar afflictions, 35 and 50 cents or by mail? DB. H. SHABPSTEEN, Proprietor, Marshall, Michigan. < ' A fine line of Confectionary always on. hand. Frmts in season. First Class Lunches, J. 0. KBUOHLE. Ask your grocer for Rice Creek mills flour or call at the mill and get a sack. F. S. Powers, the leading merchant tailor, guarantees satisfaction. What wo. it, Jobn That made your faee BO free and from pimples, said his sweetheart. don't you know, Eva? clear , For over a year I took everything I could think of without helping me, then I bought two bottles of Sulphur Bitten, and now I haven't one pimple on my face. It is the best blood cleanser I em eaw. s Oo-btoaa. Xtoob COMPOUND .oosod of Cotton Boot. Tanay and .Pennyroyal-a recent dlsqowwr Vr an . 'old physician. It sueeos/uA/ used -6afo. Effectual. TWce sealed. Ladies, ask your drurRb Cotton Boot Compound and tali « or tnolose 8 stamps for sealed dreai I POND LltY COM W«ok. 181 Woodward vn^ Bold in Marahall by F. Q. Seaman A Co. t « o Ooo Ladies! COME and SEEMY SPRING Very Cheap. Tho farm known as the Tracy farm in Marengo. south of Bice Creek. Will be sold very cheap if .sold before the 15th of May. S. S. LACEY, Ag(. (Mdren Cf> for Pitctw't.Castoriaj Putting 16 Ib. ahot-P Arnold, Marshall, 1st; L a^icfcwrd, Albion, 3d ; It W Woodmaii&e, Olivet, 8. Distance Kick (lh feet)-C E GMs, 5 ft, 8 in. ps—L G Rickerd, J Atthall, Sd. ^|p^£j ""I . • tfymi Woe^Belcher, QJJ- -^ r;liawhall.3d. Time Pole vault—P Arnold, Marshall, 1st; - litch aadklck^-COBorto?. Ollrft. Height 0 ft, 7 in. .^ Throwing W Ib. bajnmer—P Arnold, Marshall. 1st; C J Coarse Corn Meal for chickens. MEBBTXL. "Feed my chicks.' with Meal from Merrill's, i' . . ' •" Children Children Spring Suits made to your. order from $30 to $80 at F. S. Powers'. A full assortment of sizes, Tbe best kinds ana at reasonable rotes, Tmfles fitted without : - i • • • i charge for fitting, at GREEN1TS Drug Store, i RftHALL. STYLE, QUALITY. GOODS and PRICE are RIGHT. Miss, D. Kelly. TfOB SALE-rA gasoline stove, a hard coal JL' stove, carpets and a lot of household furniture. dm29 MBS. W, Q. BIOHWELD. L OST—A black fan tied with a black ribbon on Sunday evening, between Presbyterian church and Lewis Townsend's. MSB. L. TOWNSEND. "ANrED-A good girl to do general house- wm * > small sni T7»ODND-On river road last week, a i X of money. Loser can have same, leas flftr cents-for advertising. PETBB HULVANY, Marepgo. A FEW LADIES and gentlemen can secure paying positions with the Home Supply Association, of Chicago, if they apply at onre to the general agent, Willard Hagadorn, who will be in Marshall for a few days, at Mis. Brow- neU'a. ' dm2ft B OABD OF .BEVlEW-Notloe is hereby gir" en that the undersigned supervisors of the City of Marshall constituting the Board of Be- view, in pursuance of the provisions of the city charter and the laws of |the state in such case mane and provided, will meet On Tuesday, May 19th, 1890, at the common council room in said city, and remain in session during that week, and also on Monday and Tuesday or the following week, and as much longer as may be necessary to complete the review of the assessment rolls of said cjty. as required by .law. The sessions of , said board will begin at B o'clock a. m., of each day and continue for at least six hours of each. Daled Mai shall, Mich., May 18,1891. H. C. 4ULETT, E. B. SIMMONS, J.JvFAHBY, , ' J. B. FBBQBaON. H AY FOB SALE—Clover and timothy mixed Enquire at Greene.a drag store. ™*~1 8.B. SCHUYL8B. Dissolution. The firm of Stowe & Diehl heretofore doing business at 107 State stteet, eaatVhaiTbeen dissolved and the undersigned will pay no firm debts contracted after May, 18*; The junk, business will be continued by me In the Haymond block, where I will pay cash for old rags, rubber, iron, brass, copper, etc. Marshall, Mich./May 18i!l8»l. C. C. DIEHL. into my encloanre, a pony. Owner can «r^ VtO ^ *°1? USfr** 1 ** One mile south and half a mile west of Ce'resoo. " . LOCK.TON. GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH! WILL BE AT POWELL'S R^ he rwill open . - •, :- r ...:,- lOOOO Bolls of New WALLPAPER, LABOE8T JCJNE EVEB v Save money by buying Wall Paper, at POWELL'S DRUC STORE Uw and nickel plating done at tho Marshall Cycle Co. Qetyoof knlvea. fork* andsnoona silver plated and made a»)foo<Fa* new. Prioea reasonable. Call and see. F OB BENT—Handsome appartmenta too DM j modern coftYrnlonfiMt fntttr>lhr lo* cated. KpqqJre >t Ohro<iicJ»> AfflffyT H^ T^ ]^K>*8?P ?"«T |4retho^£«jb,y^i». of Mtt> 8.fl. PwM. F OB SALE—A bxand n«w canopy top . n , n ever been run, also »go<)d bocfA of Bichard BatletT • -^ • B.C. BBOOK8. TTTANTEO-An active, hoiwest man-Salary Yy JHOO fflontWr if suitable, wlto ' W carpets, ttc. _ •end p<wt»l to '<£ O. auotloaator*. ^ hand geoda^oX •Terr d«' stoves* cayrit prices paid tOr. Sherman W aeoondbaM J>s.ld lot Uxua. .._... WJK «ALf-»ew Ri»> 8herm*n 1 > Aottlaii •*«• book* of all Bjid^ Oaah k). O. BJUXNU. »sr lor

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