The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 28, 1891 · Page 2
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t .".J. ..Ai-AyVaviL TEE DAILY CHRONICLE. TEHMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Da.ilr, one year... ......-»....§* 75 Oally, delivered, to cent* perWeeK. THE DEMOCRATIC EXPOUNDER, f ubllahed Friday, $1.50 a year. Subscriptions received at the office of publication 151 State stree. J.M. MOSES, Publisher, Marshall, Mich, Testing the Oysters. A Chicago lady called upon Health Officer " Wickersbam upon a mysterious mission. She brought with . her half a dozen fried oysters. "They have been tryin« to poison me again, doctor," she said, as she laid the oysters' before him. . "Oh, no, I guess not," replied the official. . "Yes, they have," said the visitor, "but I've outwitted them this time, you see. I have brought the poisoned oysters right to you to be analyzed. There they are." The doctor argued quietly with the lady, trying to convince her that she was the . victim of an hallucination, but 'his labors were vo>n. Realizing the fraltlessness ol argument under these circumstances, the doctor chatted pleasantly with his visitor till she became quieter, and then said, "So the poison is in these oysters, is it?" "Yes, I'm certain of it." The doctor picked up one of the bivalves, nibbled at it cautiously for a moment, and, with a sigh of satisfaction, slipped it intc his mouth. "My stars! that was good!" he exclaimed, smacking his lips. "Your cook understands his business. That was fit for a kingT"? Ana without more ado the remaining oysters, one after another, went tossosfy the hunger of the health department of the city of Chicago. There was a long period of silence, broken •at last by the woman, who said, very meekly, "Doctor!" "Yes'm." "I've been a fool. I'm very sorry for 1$, and for the trouble I have caused you." \ "I assure you that I am your debtor, 'nittdam," gallantly rejoined the "doctor* "M all my professional analyses were as ereeable and satisfactory as this seems ikely to be I should be much better pleased witb, my position,"— Chicago Mail, His First Silk /Hat. He walked into the big hat store and looked about him timidly. He was rather undersized and it was evident from his manner that he was about to take a very important step in the matter of headgear. He was. His mission was to purchase his first silk hat. It is peculiar how deeply most men will meditate on that step before they take it The particular person now under discussion thought that he had screwed his courage up to the sticking point, but-he hadn't. A clerk approached him and his courage failed him. Show me a derby, he said. The polite clerk showed several derbys, which the young miyn listlessly tried on, None of them suited -him, of course. Finally he said: "I wonder how a silk hat would become me. Do you think I could wear one?" "Wear one? Of course you could," said the clerk. "You're just like everybody else who buys a silk hat for the first time. They all ask the same questions. They want the&silk hat themselves, but they fear p that a debut In that sort ol headgear will be the signal for their friends to begin guying them. This feeling wears off after the first day or two, and then you are happy." He bought the silk hat.— New York Timea. yi-eft /lad fa Struggling^ A Turk /lad fallen into a well A Jew ran for a ladder to get hin» ojut. ••'/. - "No,- no,'?/ said; the son •£ the Crescent, "I am no* going to dimb ypnr ladder, as ^ *£, * ridav < the day consecrated to In'spitepf hja entreaties the Jew had to go away and leave the Turk paddling in the water np to bis ehin. ' . ,., . The next day the Jew went to see how! "The ladder, for Alkh'a sake, the * ^«» *&•*£** *?" '**** to desperation. "Allah forbid!" replied the Israelite: "don't YOU know t>iis la s °*«~ i '«Y, onrSS' I the Turk DAILY , MAY as, Pecker & Spn^of ^Bat<Ue greek, have aecupejf J%8,SVupr,|rf CMc^o, as man- ager/6ft)i^d|esflmak^g department. She is a first class dressmaker "in every respect, a&d we solicit the- patronage ojt . the ladUes of Marshall, guaranteeing satisfaction. Price $10, for wool suits, •f 12«or eilkfl.; We need atpnce two or Itreggooil wa,i§t finishera. Notice. Miss Kendall has N nice home Baking, warm Meals, Lunches, Bread, Cookie, Rolls, Pies, Cskos.Baked Beans. .Day board cheap. EverythinjEf in my line is good and orders promptly filled. Miss KENDALL, West State street. You can get any of Ur. W. B. Church's prescriptions renewed fcl Jb\ G, Seaman & CD'S drug store. Very Cheap. The farm known as the Tracy farm in Marengo, south of Rice Creek. Will be sold very cheap if sofd before the 15th of May. S. S, LAOEY, Ac:t. l)r. W. B. Church's prescription file is left at F. G. Seaman & Co.'d drug store. Any old prescription can be had or renewed by going there. Coarse Corn Meal for chickens. MERRILL. MOTHERS Will you part with your dar- - ling babies in sickness, or call on your druggist for Dr. Sharpsteen's Lavender Omlment' and Asthmatic Balsam, medicine* that save lives when doctors fail in Membranous Croup, Inflammation cf the Lungs, Lung Fever and Typhoid Pneumonia, also quickly relieves and cures Croup, Scarlet Fever, W ooping Cough, Sore Throat. Burns, S <alda and similar afflictions, 25 and 60 cents or by mail? • DR. H. SHARPSTEEN, Proprietor, Marshall, Michigan. Guaranteed Cure for LaGrippo. We authorize oar advertised druggist to sell you .Dr. King's NewDifloovery for Consumption, Coughs and Oolda upon this condition, If yon are afflicted with LaGrippe and will use this remedy according to directions, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We make this offer pecana] ef the wonderful Buccdasea of Dr. King's»New Discovery during last season's edidei&Io, Have heard of no case iu which it failed. Try it. Trial bottles froe at F. G. Seaman* Go. r a Drug store. Large aize 508 and $1. 4 Feed your chickens from Merrill's.' coarse corn meal When Baby was sick, we gave her When the was a Gaud, aha cried forjCaatorta. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoriik \ Price deduced. Nice Pansy Plants for sale at 10 cents for two dozen by GJen McNames, West State street. d m25 fl, A. TILIOTSOU, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND CONVEYANCER. All business attended to promptly and carefully. Has a safe to keep judgment docket and other valuable papers in, • * Spring Poetry. One, two, three, Three, two, one. I like my Peanuts Pretty well dene. . , , Three, two, one, One, two, three. I buy my Peanuts .At the.Big Grocerie. U*e Rice Greek mills flour and you wilt have no othei. Wti»t wa»'|t« OTobn That made yoor faoe BO free and clear from pimrieB, aaid his ewdetheart. Why, don't yoa know, Bra? For over a year I took everyniiiui I wold think of without helping' me, than I booght two bottles of BaTpjonr Bittera, andnow I haven't one pimple on my faoe- it la the beat blood oleanaer I ever Cr^ Spring Suits wade to your order from $80 to |80 at F. 8. Powers'. WALL PAPER The Largest Stock, \ The Lowest Prices, At Hyde's Drug Store, HEW f I have leased the old Turner Bakery, iorm« ly occupied by Doc Snyder and ' 'REFITTED IT EISTTIBELY » and am now prepared to furnish the public wi, o Fresh Bread,Pies,Gakes A fine line of Confectionary always on hand. Frmits in season. First Class Lunches, J. 0. KEUOHLE. Asfc 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. '. Gvar- -_,__jc«r«all 'onns of Nerroos Weakness, Emu. apns, Bpermator- •nea, Imootency vod all the eflacca Photo from Life. and the excesses of later years. Give* immediate ttrengtk and via. Write takeno .On. SoW in Marshall by P. Q. Seaman & Co. Ladies! COMEandSEEMY SPRING THE STYLE, QUALITY, GOODS and PRICE are RICHT. .D. Swaeplng Bed notion. ^> To make room for our new wheels we will olomn out the ten Rlcard bicycles still1 on hand a ~ great reduction. They must go. This a ereat chance to get a high grade $1(B wheel all 5. K. at a sweeping reduction. Only ten left. Call soon, or when yon do you will find none left but yo*™at- MAHBBALL OYOLK OQ. for general housework, cook. Apply to MBB. J. M. MOSE8. TyANTED-A good cook at the Herndon Ho- TT tel. Apply Immediately. g jl W 1 Ea >* fl'»en- street „"• au garden spot. : Will rent, cheap. Enquire pf Mrs. Joseph East Green street, or L. B. Albaugh HALB— A gasoline stove, a bard coal stove, carpets and a lot o« household fanTl- . dm29 MB8. W.O. BIOHglBLD. H A . Rn Enquire at timothy mixed. .s drag store. 8.B. BCHUYLRB. _. rj.OLD, sllTer and nickel plating dona at the VJT Marshall Cycle Co. Ctetyour knivea. torkS andipoona allver plated and made w good 2 new. Prloea reaaonable. Call and aee. RENT— Handsome appartmenu of fl?e , /°°5 18 ' mod «'a conveniences: centrally lo. cated. Snualre at Chronicle office* *"""•* l0 ^ SALE—A brand new canopy too and caw, boots ^sKsss^yssss&^ ewy S . a. O. BBOOK8. W rA ^H^Hr {3ec S nd ^A «»odao« .W«ry de- aciipuon. Uouseaold furnltaro. atovea. carpets, ttc. Highest cash --«---^^5* •---'"'» h«m them. . Sherman'* Auction store book8 of *" kind «- Caan o . BBOOKS. I ^Oit HALB-New furniture. New and larie . .variety of tinware and notlonaTaecond han .d goods, etc., all offered cheap for ««Sh w trade by 3. G, Brooks at Snerman's anedci sipre. *"..'• GREATEST SHOW OMEA! A WILL ?E AT POWELLfc DBUG STOBU Where he will open 10OOO Bolls of New WALLPAPER. LARGEST LINE EVER Shownin Marshall Save money by 'buying POWELL'S DRUG STORE ENSIGNS For disabilities Incurred 19 tb« serrio* or tfnot d]>. charge, wuefterthe scldtoristWiMpoor. ^^ MILO B. STEVEN* * QO., Attornsy A full assortment of sizes. v The best kinds and at reasonable rates. Truses fitted without cliargefor fit ting, at GREENE'S Drug Store, ••Mil r' •jf \ * r

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