The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 27, 1891 · Page 4
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THE DAILY CHRONICLE, 27, 1891. llotfno Cleaning. Thomas Lewis' is now ready to do house cleaning. Carpets taken up, cleaned and put down, stoves taken down, and in fact everything in the way of house cleaning done in a first class manner at reasonable rates. Found ill Last. The nicest, most beautiful decorate pattern in semi-Porcelain of Two Bottles Cured Her. ° CARBOLL, It., July, 1889. suffering 10 years from shocks In my: ead, so much BO, that at timeail didn't expect I took medlotaea from many aoc K....^" ... ~ --- - - i to recover. I took medicines irom many aoc- Meakin's make (kngland) ever brought tors, but didn't pet any relief until I took Pastor into this city. Ladies who intend to »»^' eo ^ a ^r^Sf d Who has not had Poor Hose?. purchase sr mething nice this spring 1 to set their table with, something that cannot bo distinguished from real China will do well to call at John Wiseman's and take a look at them before buying elsewhere. Mo More Whipping. Duncan & Lewis have erected a carpet cleaning machine on Exchange street opposi ( t6'~Jo,hn Adajiis' novelty works. Carpets clcmrctTat 2J£ cents a yard. Work nailed for and delivered Uall and see it. Don't go without a Spring Overcoat when you can get one made to order for $25 at F. S. Powers.'. Statistics of disease show that there is a greater mortality from kidney difficulties and rheumatism than any other causes and the fatality and suffering which attend these diseases make it thp more necessary to bring before a discerning public the great healing, soothing and curative properties of Kollogg's Columbian Oil, as it acts directly on the kidneys, rheumatism and all aches and pains. For sale at Greene's drug store. (•ood Looks. Good looks aro inore than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of all the vital (jig***** — ifttwjjiver be inactive you liave a Billioua.Look, if your stomach be aia- ordered you hava a Dyspeptic Look and if . your Kidneys be affected you have a Pii ched LOOK. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters in the great alterative and Tonic acts directly on these vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, Boils, and v givea-a good complexion, Sold at P. G. Seaman's Drug Store, 60 cents per bottle. 4 There aae thousands of families in MichU gan that cannot bo induced to use any other remedy in their families than Columbian Oil. In case of an emergency in any pair)/, bad cold or inflammation its action is sure and certain. For sale at Greene's drug store. Cured at Last. 187 Lancaster. Wis., December, 1889. After using all the advertised remedies, and after consulting many good physicians In trying to get cured of epilepsy, they all failed. I then thought I would never get cured, but after taking Pastor Koerilg's Nerve Tonic I can trutHfuUy Bay that this did cure n^. oiguLUVAN . 163 Dayton, Green Co., Wis., May. 1890. I had Splleptlo attacks since 8 years, tried different remedies without nny relief, took several bottles of Pastor Koenig's Nerve Tonic, and baa no more fits for about four years. i F. sit IJKUOIin. Our ynrtiy-'Jil*''. f<i« ".C!*:fircrs c/I iwrvuwl dl- au'tea will (.••' •>r.t jr.-o-lo i'Uy. address, one loot* pitti«"DtH on')' a «o - obtain tLis inodivint ir«»>o' chi-i-flo fitiiii vs. , .. This remciUy nan Le'-n ri'P^MP'l ^V ~' le Iwveronu Pustor Kir-iiii' ot I-'ori'Wayne-, lu'l.. for tho pusi .criyoaro.aud ii now popart,!:! under his dircO' OO)D niTBBER HOSE couW be bought ten year. ago. Why? Be- cauc there was ntb- _ tier .n It The hoie gold by dealers tc-ctay contains little or no pnre rabher. Onf BLUE 1IKA.ID HOSE Is Hi" »ld-fatMoned Una, and Is made of rubber. With R earn It should last, five or six years It is cheap nt n price. As a guarantee that you ars gutting what yon pay for, and are not paying n high trice ,lbr a poor article, we place toll bran co. ? JO Wei. litllni, Mr. Oistcs St., CQICAOO, ILL. GOLD BV DHUCCISTS. J'rlco $1 posf Dottle. 0 QotUca lor ££>• For sale by M. B. Powell. If yon cannot get It of y'onr dealer, ,wo will send It, express paid, on receipt of money. Sample fret ifymi mention IMt paper, BOSTON WOVEN HOSE CO., Manf n. of Rubber Belting and Packing, 226 Devonshire Street, Boston) 205 Lake St., Chicago i 8 Bush St., San Francisco, Cat STEPHEN PRATT'S STEAM BOILER WORKg Established 1865. Manufacturer of high and low pressure and steam heating boilers of all kinds, Lmoke pipes, breachings. etc. Old boilers taken In exchange for new. Rivets, boiler plates and ooller tabes f i>r t. ale. Corn'. 1 r Foundry street an d talcnlpan Control R. R trucks. Detroit Mich. CHICAGO INVESTMENTS For safe Investments, apply to ALLEN, OPDYKE & ALLEN Real Estate and Loans; Rooms 89-80, Montauk Building, 115 Monroe St., CHICAGO, ILL, Refer by permission to Lyman J. Gage, First National Bank Chicago. Loj'an U. Hurry, D. S. National Bank, N. Y. II. M. Burford, Bank of Commerce, Loutsvillo. SUlMUR BITTERS THE GREAT j German Remedy I TRUTHS FOR THE SICK. For Ove* *ritt v Mas. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty- five cents a bottle. Sold by all druggists throughout the w.orld. To the Afflicted. Since the introduction of Eellog'a Columbian Oil it baa made more permanent cures and given better satisfaction on Kidney complaints and llhenmatism than ony Known remedy. Its continued aeries of wonderful cures in all slimates has made it known as a safe and reliable agent to employ against all aches and pains, which are the forerunners of more serious disorders. It acts speedily and surely, always relieving suffering »nd often saving life. The protection it affords by Its timely use on rheumatism, kidney affection, and all aches and pains, wounds, cramping pains, cholera morbus, diarrhoea, coughs, colds, catarrh, and disorders among children, makes it au invaluable remedy io be kept always on Land in every home. No person can afford to be witkout it; and those who have onoe used it never wilL It is absolutely certain in its remedial effects, and will always cure when cures are possible. Call at Greene's drug store and get a circular giving more full details of the curative properties of this wonderful medicine. Fv>r all inflammations of the bronchial tubes or bad colps," Kelloggs's Columbian Oil is a splendid reinedy, A few drops should be taken clear on sugar, every three or four hours, and bathe the throat and chest two or, three times a day. It speedily allays the irritations, ticklings and itching, and creates a 'healthy action, and a complete cure is readily effected. For sale at Greene's drug store. ' e» .. ' Bucima'M Arulca.sa.lve. The best Salve in the world for Gate, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bheum, Fever Bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and aU Bkiu Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givejparfeot satisfaction or money refolded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by F. Q. Seaman A Co. , A. few .of Us victim*. Below are a. few of the dueaeea ttet will succumb it once to Chamberlain's Immediate Belief. Cholera morbus, dysentery, colic diarrhoea, core -throat, oat&rrh, diphtheria,, .fever and ague, rheumatism,'' coughs, colds, headache, neuralgia, sprains. cu$, braises, eta To enumerate them all would require too much space. There wiU be wunething in- thia«nbje*t in next week's A. « Cincinnati, Jackson & Macira WALSTON H. BROWN,. Receiver. Time table taking effect Dec. 7, 1890. Trains pass Marshall as follows: THAINS QOtNO BAST. .No. 23^Toledo Express S27am ' 8, Cincinnati Express 689am « 21, Mall and Express 1258pm " !87, Local Freight 600pm TKAIMS OOINU WKSI. wo. 22, Mail and Express, 2.13pm 2, Cincinnati & B. C. Express 6 til p m a4,Expreaa 18 53 a IT 88, Local Freight tiaTan. All trains dally except Sunday. Direct connections are made at Tolado and Cincinnati with all roads diverging - Trains 21 and 22 make good aonneetion at Uon- telth with the G. R. & 1., and at Allegau with the C. & W. M. for Grand Rapids, Muskegon and all oplnts north. ^ F B. DRAKE, Gen! MV'r. T. C. M. SCEUNDLER. Qeu. Pass. Agt J. J. MoAuLLfFB. Agt., Alarahall. GRAND PALACE HOTEL. 81 to 103 North Clark Street Clicap, 4 minutes from Court House. Both Plans. W eekly, $3.00. Transients, 50o up. Restaurant by Compagnon, LATB OHltUOO CLUB, CUJEF. POPULAR PRICES. KEW ROUTE Cut this out for further reference. "I7»OUND AT LAST—AHer years of wandering J? over this mundane sphere, I have found, a tidy little barber shop, located at 73 State street opposite J. W. Fletcher's clothing store. This shop la' under the management of Walter W. Clark, who aa a tonaDriaT artist has few cquala and no superiors. His ahoj> has recently teen refitted and lelurniabed in eleg&nt style, every thing dainty,'neat and.clean. Fragrant perfumes, razors smooth aa satin, (^d all men know what a luxury it is to be trimmed up in artistic style. He Is well posted on Denuatologj and If you have a hard beard and tender facf call on Waller fora shave. It is said that he never talked .but one of his customers to death, which la certainly in hie favor.. So it you want a good clean shave or tasty hair cut,' call at 73 State •treat. ' C. i . LAKE, M. D., formerly with Dre. K. & K. PICKLED For those deatUly I Bilious Spells depend Ion SULPHUR BITI TEBS. It will cure you, Do yon suffer with I thaUired and all gone (feeling? If so, use j SULPHUR BITTERS I it will cure yon. Operatives who are I closely confined in the I mills and workshops I clerks who do uoi I procure sufficient ex- lercise, and all who (are confined indoors I should use SULPHUR 1 BITTEBS. They wil I not then be weak and I sickly. . •» y< I to suffer f rom llheum- latism, use a bottle o I SULPHUR BITTERS I it never falls to cure Don't be 'without Ibottle. Try it; yo I will not regret it. Ladies in' delicat health, w^o are a I run down, should use I SULPHUR BITTERS. $1,000 will be paid! or a case where t>UL-1 HUR BITTERS will I ot assist or cure. It | ever fails. Clcanso the vitiated I lood when you seel ts impurities burst-1 ng through tho skin I In Pimples, Blotches, I and Sores. Rely on I SULPHUR BITTERS, [ and health will fol-| ow. SULPHUR BITTERS! will cure Liver Com-1 )lajnt.. Don't be dis-1 couraged; it will cure I yon. All Sizes and Prices at Cost, All who use them advise their neighbor* to do likewise. This is all we can ask. Over 100 now in use in Marshall. All whose residences are on any line of the The Gas Go's. main.pipe, can have service pipe put in free if they will" buy a Gas Cooking Range of The Gas Co. for Cash' and agree to use it. All Should Profit by this Offer , Prioea of Gas Consumed as istered by each meter s rately each month wm be FOR LIGHTING^ When under 5,000 cubic feet, $3.00 per 1,000 cubic feet. When 5,000 and under 10,000 cubic feet, 0 per cent, less er.fl.90. When 10,000 or more cubic feet, 10 per cent less or $1.80. FOR COOKING When under 1,000 cubic feet 15Jper cent less or $1.70. When 1,000 cubic feet or more, 20 per cent less or $1.60. A discount of ten cents per 1,000 subic feet will be made on all above ratios when bills are paid on or before lOth of month when due, but in no case unless paid by that date. THE MAttfiTTAT.T. LIGHT 00 llCHIGANfTENTl " Iha Ma^aro Falls Routt." TIME TA '.LE, NOV. 30', 1896. TIA1N8 CAST. SULPHUR BWTEBSI will build you np and I make you strong and | wealthy. STATIONS. Mail SULPHUII BITTEBS! will make your blood I pnre, rich and strong, I and your fleah hard. Try SULPHUR BIT-I TEIIS to-night, and) yon will sleep well and feel better for it. j 'Jhlcago, Lv Kiilamazoo Battle Creek— Marshall, Dp.... AiUlon... Jackson. Oetroil\....... Buffalo. Day Ex.t a.m. 7 05 11 60 1855 1 45 2 12 8 10 6 15 8 10 p.m a.m. 9 00 2 20 8 828 8 50 4 80 B 46 p.m. Eal Ext At'c Ex.* a. m. '7'is 800 827 8 55 9 55 1210 p.m. [010 886 4 ±9 5 00 587 £25 920 a.m. 6 55 p.m. Nn't p.m.. 925 817 804 382 8 57 440 780 a. in. 8 15 p.m L'al Pass p.m. tt 16 sir 7.S 766 p.m. Do yon want the best Medical Work published " Bend-three 2-ct. stamps to A. P. OB.DWAV & Cat Massoi, and receive a copy free. TBAIMB W«BT. S TATE OF MICHIGAN, THB CIBOUIT COURT roa TOE > In Chancery. COUNTY or CAUIOUN. ) Dated April 21st, A. D.. 1891. JASON NKWTON, • 1 Complainaut, { vs. \ AMELIA NEWTON, Defendant. J Suit pending in the Circuit Court for the County of ^Calhoun~Tir CSancery, at MarEhall, Michigan, on the 21st day of April, A. D., 1891. In this cause it appearing from affidavit on ale, that the Defendant, Amelia Newton, has departed from her last known placa of residence, and that her residence cannot be ascertained, on motion of Jesse M. Hatch, Complainant's solicitor, it is ordered that the qaid defendant, Amelia Newton, eause her appearance to be en tered herein, within five months from tho date of this order, and In case of her appearance that she cause her answer to the Complainant's Bill of Complaint to be filed, anti a copy thereof to be served on said Complainant's Solicitor within twenty days after service on her of a copy of •aid bill, And notice of this order; and that in default thereof aa!d bill be taken as confessed by the said non-resident Defendant. And it is further ordered, thjit within twenty days the said Complainant cause a notice of this order to bu published in the Dally Chronicle, a newspaper printed, published and circulated In said county, and tniit such publication be continued there at least once In each .week,. for six weeks in succession, or that ha cause a copy of this or Jar to be personally served on said nonresident defendant, .at least .twenty days Before the time above prescribed' 'for her.appearance. GEORGE \V. MECBEM, Circuit Court Commissioner Calhoun County, Michigan. • JESBS M. HATCH, . Complainant 'ft Solicitor. A true copy: Attest.- -• , WILLIAM^. GREGG, Regiaier in Chancery. • STATIONS. Buffalo . . / Uotroit, Lv Jackson... Albion.... Uarshall.. Battle Cr'k toUmazoo UMcago,Ar Jack L'al a.m. e'so 7 10 7 88 800 840 a.m Mall t a.m. 880 11 25 12 OT 1228 1 00 2 17 7 85 p.m. Day Ex.t %.m. 12 80 7 50 1006 1085 U 15 11 85 1212 485 p.m Chic Ex,» a.m. 6 80 p.m. 120 8 20 860 406 480 6 02 900 p.ux. Kal. Ex.t a.m. 446 7 15 762 821 847 9 80 p.m. Eve. Kx.t p.m. 745 1025 1107 11 80 11 57 1260 640 a.m. Fact Ex.* p.m. 1250 916 1150 18 41 12 51 1 21 2 17 805 a.m. N. Y. limited expresa wuiob leaves Chicago at U9 p. m. will stop at Marshall to let off passengers from Chicago. {Saturdays exoepted »»aily t Sundays excepted O. W. KUGGLE8, Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agt. A. J oHxsoa. Freight Agent, C. R. OfipoaK, Tictcet Agent, Marshall WEAKNESS Faoa pimploa. impure blood, loan of nerve aaa BtreoBth. irom whatever cause aria- . ihS. ou^fid by DR. i»KKCY«8 ^^IVt JUMAIWHEDY. a n*u j>m form, stnt ~ on receipt TWQ JX&- . flat. Healed w ^K. PEROT, BOX ei, .wcTBdrr, Mica. Chicago Real Estate. Any man of Common Sense knews that a lot in the heart of the city of Chicago at S5QO, U a better investment than -y ' GOLD DOLLARS FOR FIFft CENTS, Yon can secure tuoh lota at that price and lost by joining the : . Douglas Bouleyard Land AflBoiaation. 184 LOTS, v 184 SHARES. 61 Lots, 150 feet deep; front ou-the Boulevard 8500 per BhareiacludlngaAitraot with Ipt, Hide walks etc. T; T Titles Perfect^ Terms Very Easy. For further particulars Addregt to FIRTH & COCHRAN, 80 WASHINGTON St. DTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Qalhouni as. O Notice is hereby given, that by an order of the Probate Court tor the County of Calhoun, made on the seventeenth day of April, A. D., 1891, six mentis from that date weru allpwed for creditors to present their claims against the eatatet of Oacar M. O'Keefe, late of said County, deceased, and that «.tl oreditors of said deceased are required, to present their 'olalma to said Probate Court, at the Probate oUlce, In the City of Mwehall, tor ewuuiuadon and allowance, pn'or before the ee^vdnteeutbday af October next. -J. .*s-£4t *

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