The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 2, 1891 · Page 2
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THE DAILY CHRONICLE. THE DAILY CHRONICLE, JUNE 2,1891. TERMS or SUBSCKTirtlON, •*'' ' •"!• Daily, one yc»r..... ;....^«476 Dully,delivered, to cents perivoolc. THE DEMOCRATIC EXPOUNDER, Fnbliuhcd 'Friday, S1.5U ft your! SnbacrlptloDB rccolvod n.t the office of publication 151 State stroa. •C '• J. M. MOSES, Publiahur, Marshall, Mich. Kcnl Kslntn TrnntiierM. Francis A. Jordan,et al., toZobediah M. Camp, lots 49, 70 and 71, Welch's Cth addition to Battle Creek and lot 15, .Welch's 3d addition, to Batlu Creek, $000. feHanict M. Mcedhaiu to Jolin Cole, the n e % of s e M of section 33, Clarendon, $1,000 "..•'•* George W. Ilonch and wife to Frank H. H:\rrison, 27 acres oil the west cud of a i£ of n w )4 section 1'J, Jinrhngtou, $1,200. Marj il. Burn ham to Joiiu liuid, lot lOBurnlium'.s addition to Untile Creek, $300. Hugh S. Suedeker acd wife to Emma Mitchell, the n J.£ of s w }£, section i!0, Emmelt, $4,C08. Ira H. Dysingcr and wife to Lizzie Dunker, lot 26^ Barnes' addition to A! bion, $800. Hester A. Coller to Frederick S. Foote, the s w ^ of the s e % of section 23, Athens, $1,500. John R. Culp and wife to Albert Cole, parcel of land on section 2b, Athens. $2,000. John R. Culp and wife to El more Swartz, lot in the .village of Athens $100. Joseph Lozon to Perrj A. Bruce, lots 8 and 10 Frisbies' 8d addition to Battle Creek, $800. THE SEA. Aii Electric Drilling; Machine. One of the applications ,of .electricity ia that of a machine for drilling lioles in bo^- ers, in the sules'of iron vessels and iriother places wiicrc Ir.on or steel is the material to be worked upon. The machine him hs own'holding-on magnets, and it may be B\vilfig"9Ser the side of a ship, or placed on the surface of a' boiler, where it will stick, without the necessity of clamping. The convenience of such a device, adjustable to it is by the mure switching of acur- reut, is groat, while it is claimed the saving of labor resulting from its use is considerable.—Now York Journal. Time to PIIJV "You'll have to pay half fare for that boy, nwidam," said a conductor. "He Ls certainly over five years old." "Indeed lie isn't!" replied the passenger. "1 have taken that child free for over six years, I'd have you understand, and I don't intend to begin paying fare for him uo\v," —Epoch. Tlio Next THorning. The night before .had seen Triinkins in a very hilarious humor. When he awoke in the morning his brother asked him if. he would like to see himself in a glass. He replied "Yes," and one of those convex affairs that distort the countenance out oi all approach to nature was produced. "Great Scott! 1 ' was the sick man's ejaculation. Then after a pause lie said, "Well, 1 look pretty bad, I must say* but it isn't a shadow to the way 1 feel."—Washington Post. Don't forsict the Clothes Pin sale Saturday. MEKIULL. . Five doxun Clothes urday. 1'ins 5 cents Sat- MEKKILI, Chillies Pin sale next week. Saturday. Big sale MEKHII.L. A rich red radiance-fills tho western s.ky Ere darkness comes oncp more; The weary waves with ceaselesSTise and fall Dash on the pebbled shore. 7 r ' The mournful cadence of the sectLiiug tide Is silent in mine ear; '' My heart is full of that sweet soul who died In the wane of yester year. The wind sounds shrilly in the hollow cave, The sea gull shrieks hard by t The surging breakers ever burst and lave The rocks beneath; but I . ' •4m deaf unto wild Nature's Lurmouy. ''iOrie soft voice fills mine ears— The voice of one that I shall never see Through all the coming years. —W. Devereux in Chambers' Journal. Beds aje quite an innovation in Russia, and many well to do houses are still un- provided with them. Peasants sleep on the tops, of their ovens; middle class people and servants roll themselves up in sheepskins and lie down near stoves; soldiers rest upon wooden cots without bidding, and it is only within the "last few' years that students in schools have bee i allowed beds. - It is one of Joseph Jefferson's peculiarities to abhor theatrical passes, lie never issues one himself and doesn't want his manager to do so. Whenever he reaches a, large city Jefferson goes to the box office of the theater where he is to appear and spends frqm ten.dollare to fifty dollars on tickets to distribute among Ijis friends. In illustration of Darwin's, painstaking •aefchods a friend of the great naturalist states that in one instance he employed a clerk for several weeks at an expense of fifty dollars in making investigations, and that the result was condensed intt three line? in .his great worfc on the "Variation ol -. Animate. V • „ .**+. ^*i Although an Englishman, inyerited the postage stamp it was an American— Jto,es Bogardua— who devised the ' Ijeafc plan $f printing th« contemplated ^ajop^m device was seleiBfaftd by the British government in 1609 from 8.WO cpnipetiiig designs Merrill's Pricb l-igt. 201bs granulated sugar $1 00 M Ibscut loaf sujjarr.... i 00 a Iba Met rill's mixed coffee. 1 00 H doz fresh eggs 1 QO Pine apples, solid stock 15c or two Bananas two for «. 05 lugcrsoll's superior Hour per sack. CC 10.Ibs Brazil nuts. 100 4 Ibs chocolate drops.. 1 01 Pine apples, good ones 15 5 Ibs Merrill's 50c tea. . 2 00 10 Ibs genuine maple sugar....... 1 0( Hammock seats two for Itcmember these prices are good for this evening and tomorrow. H.'M MERRILL. Decker & Sou,'of Battle Creek, have secured Mrs. Farr, of Chicago, as man agcr of their.dress making department She Ls a first class dressmaker in every respect, and we solicit, the patronage o; the ladies of Marshall, guaranteeing satisfaction. Price $10 for wool sui 2 for tilks. We need at once two or three good waial tiuishyrs. Dr. \V. 15. Church's prescription »liL is left at F. G." Scitma.il & Co.'s dru/, store. Any old prescription can be ha qr renewed by goinjj there.. • The mttftiittqpBflffre 4*0n work patterns for builcUnj^ a*s v those ^fcfch, include arches and elaborate ornamentation in panels .and statttary, and when a building far to ^bs.* extended itTnakes considerable " en.ee in the coat if elaborate patterns 'tjO "be duplicated, Remember Merrill's sale Saturday. •II. A.TlLLOfSOi\, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AN CONVEYANCER. All busiucfcs attended to promptly und carefully. Has a safe to _kecj> judg nit ut docket and otht-r valuable paper iu. $$&& Isprjnjf One, two, three^j '~ : Tiiree, two, oue. • J like my Peanuts Pretty well .O^ne/ ' Three, tvffe,,^«j/ One, two, three; I buy my Peanuts •, At the Big Grocerie. . 1 . > Wlial was it, Joliu That made your face BO free and clear from-pimplea, eaid Lis eweetlieart. Why don't you know, Eva? For qver a year I tool everything'I .could fhink of withp.ut helpipj then I bought two bottleB of Sulphur OSB, aud aow I haven't one pimple c It is tU9 b'ist blood cleaiiBor I eye me, face.- saw. For Over fifty Years WINSLOW'S SOOTHING been used for children teething. soothes the child, softens the gurus, a! lays all pain,, cures wind colic, and i thja best remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty five cents *a bottle. Sold by all drug gists throughout the world. F URNISHED JiOOMS to rent. Desirable location.. Inquire at this oflice. ° <1J9 TTVOU M! w _ _ __ black pin. Owner can have tli we l>v paying for this notice. •• The Largest Stock, The Lowest Prices, At Hyde's Drug Store, i S NEW BifflY i I have leased the old Turner Bakery, forme r y occupied by Doc Snyder and '.'•; REFITTED IT ENTIRELY ! and am now prepared to furnish the public 'wito ^ Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes &c. A fine line of Confectionary always on hand. Frmjts in season. First Class Lunches, J. 0. KETTCHLE. Spring Suits made to your order from $20 to $30 at F. S. Powers'. MOTHERS Will you/part with your dar- _ ling 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 aid cures Croup, Scarlet Fever, W ooping Cough, Bore Throat, Burns. S mlds and similar afflictionh, 25 and 50 cents or by mail? DR. H. SHARPSTEEN, Proprietor, Marshall, Michigan. ' liucklla'H Arnica salve. The best Salve in the world for Cats, Bruiijos. Sores, Uloara, Salt Rheum. Fever Borea, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and aU Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 oonts per box. For sale by F. O. Seaman & Co. Children Cry for. Pitcher's Castoriai Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Ladies! COME and SEEMY SPRING THE S|FYLE, • fUAMTY, GOODS and PRICE are F OR SALE-Flrst class family refrigerator* ner ? new - Inquire flwt door north efT. store. '\X7ILL the person who borrowed my extentlon. TV bit pleaee return the same. K. H. SANDEBSOft. —A gold plated cuff button. Owner can have same by paying for thla notice. A. B. 8ANDKH80N. W ANTED—Qiri to do general housework in xi .^ ?"?*" * am "y- Inquire at thU office or 828 Dlvlalon street. d j 8 W ANTED—A Rood cook at tn>Herndon'Ho- tel. Apply immediately. djl RKNT-Qood hSuse on Bast Green street with'harn and garden spot. Will renv cheap. Knquh-e. of Mrs. Joseph Buckingh Kaat Green street, or L. B. AJbaugh at posto| H AY ifOR SALE—Clover and timothy mbled. Enquire at Greene.s drug store. . 8. K. 8CHU YLBB. 17VOR SALE—A brand new canopy top surrey,' -T never been run, also a good horse. Enquire of Richard Butler. f * r\ ASH paid for old olothos, hats and O*DS, boot* V shoes, rubbers: fa fact anything and everything, at Dr. Sherman'! auction store. • tf H. 0. BBOOyS. W AKVED— An active, honeest man -Salary 1 100 monthly if soltaole, wltn ^ppTtl,: , nitiea for advance, to represent locally a fwpu sible New York House. Keferunoel. MAN I' Look Box lB(g. N. Y. W ANTBD-Second hand g»odsof everr description. Household furnitttre, stoves^ carpets, etc. Highest cash prices paid. Caller send postal to d. c. ar>olu at Dr. ai anoUo» store W ANTED— At Dr. Sherman's AucUon ctot* second hand books of all kinds. Cob paid for them. b. O. BBUQK81 I \O& SAXB-New furniture. New and laree . variety of tinware and notions, second hand goods, etc., all offered cheap for cash tr trade by 8. C. Brooks at Sherman's aastion store. sltt PENSIONS For disabilities Incarrad in th» tervlo* or aln^ dlt- charge, whether the Midler it rich or poor. MILO B. STEVENS A CO., Attorneys and HpUciton, Whitney Opera House Block* Detroit, Mich. PUHCiPALOnioi.WuauieiOM.D.cr 4 BOILERS STEPHEN PBATT'S STEAJt BOILKK WOBKf: ECnabliahed 1866. Mataitactarer of frtefr and j pressure and steam ' " " ^^ unoke pipes, breaoL in eichanxe tor new . Com«_ MicftJUf»n Central R. R. traoka. I take er plates and — CHICAGO INVESTMENTS.'. For safe Investments, apply to ALLEN, OPDYKE & ALLEN Real Estate and Loans. Rooms 29-30, MonUuk Boildiag, 115 Monroe $t» CHICAGO, Itt. ..' Kefer by permission to Lyman i. Gajte, Fir»t National Bank Ohtoazo. Logan 0. Jfuxry, (7.8. National Bank. N. YV H. fc Burford, Bank of 8oM In MarahaU by ». O. Seaman 4 Co.

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