The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 20, 1893 · Page 3
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20, Mrs. J. F. Smiley went to Jackson lo» day.' A number t>f the boya spend Sunday atGulllaljo. ° °. \~ Harry Sandeburg and Lewis Welch, "of Homer, are JTacob 'Tbatet 1 , a brother'V Thatef, arrived here yesterday noon from Marienbutg. ~\ *> } J. H. Doane has sold the America^ lAundrv. He is nndflrtidad Wh«it.h6f hx STRAWBEBHIES Spinach, will go to Jackson or Chicago. We have! been unable to get Miss Mabel Fox, .of; Albion, is the guest of Miss Harriet Fletcher. Mr. and Mrs. G. Avery, of Augusta, . visited Marshall relatives this week. , , Miss Anna Grandine; of Battle Creek, Is the guest of Miss Josephine Fletcher. Mrs. L. Bradley attended the Mapleson concert at Battle Creek last even* Ing. '• • ; '•_, ' Sunday at 2,80 p. in, the Epwofth League will conduct a religions service at the jail. ; <Dr. Smiley was called to Mason this moraing as counsel In a case of typhoid fever. •* There Will, be services act the Methodist church Sunday as usual. Morning subject, "Moses and the paasaver." , Morning sermon tomorrow-aVKWJOHit Grace church, UhlversaUst, on "Transi ti»ns." • Evening at 7:80 a discourse on "Lying for God ," text Luke XII, 1. ,A number of younsc. folks from this city will go to Battle Creek tomorrow to attend the sacred concert and lecture given at St. Philips Catholic church, Fred. Annls, son of David Annis, of Battle Creek, was Instantly killed in the yards of the Illinois Central railway at Chicago. Tubtday oi this week, The funeral was held Friday, the interment being at Lyen lake cemetery.' The legislature adjournment bubble is about to burst. The time fixed for final adjournment was the 2$th' and now the bouse has voted to extend the time to June 15th. The senate will have to concur or have a number of its favorite bills pigeonholed. The bill granting municipal and school "suffrage to women passed the house Friday morning by a vote of 57 to 23. The bill provides an educational qualification by, conferring suffrage only on such women as are able to read the constitution of the state in the English language. An attempt to order the previous question on the bill failed, but there was little discussion on the uieas ure. An amendment was offered for the wiping out of the educational qualitfea tion but it was to no avail. Prosecutor Attorney Clark wrote a letter to the editor of the Albion Recorder on the duty of the prosecutor in regard to drunks\in which he again maintained that it was the business of the cities to look after their own drunks , The Recorder gets back at him in good shape and closes, as follows: "The prosecutor .baa taken an untenable stand, and the quicker he recedes from it and leta people, forget that be . ever took it, the better. There is no partisan politics in this. It has nothing to do with the, tariff question or the subject of national finance. It simply has to do with good sense and good faith in the conduct of the county business." Mr. ClarK should come off his perch before he is puJled.Qff. LUtef <>uror». The following 19 the list of jurors drawatoserveat the June term .of the circuit opart: W W BJaokett. Leroy, C D Brewer, Marshall city, 3d ward. GeolBjrown, Bedford. . . John Bjtler. Marshall jetty, lit ward,. W. G. Carnes. Newton. - Jehjel, Cool, Homer. . , • : HIT rotten, Battle Creek, JasP 'Cunningham,, Alston, i ; **' • ,' Gep T Dojran, Athene. port of the field day qxercises, but will try and get one for Monday. The man agers evidently neglected or, did not ca,re to remember the press. 1 ' *',£ The senate spent Thursday afternoon in committee of the whole on the Gilbert liquor bill. After the same had been so amended as to provide for a uniform tax of $5dO, and to allow the sale of liquors on all holidays except Christmas, Thanksgiving Day anil Ddcoratiot* ,Day, and sanctioned .sttch sale 'Upon election days after sis o'clock, the bill was agreed to by the committee. Dr. H. B. Baker, secretary of the state board of health, cites act 137 of the laws of 1883 to prove that a parson who has been expo?ed"-to any dangerous infec tious ^disease may be isolated and re strained from running at large, and may unmed or imprisbnedlf he of she does not stay in when ordered to do so. Th'e health officer may cause the law to be enforced. , , . ' Marriage' licenses: .Edward Messor. of Btoomingdale and Zella C. Smith, of Battle Crook; Edwin J. McAllister, of Newark, M, J., and Cassie Belle Humphrey, of Battle Creek"; James Payne and Blanche Payne, both of Battle Creek; Fred L. Phillips and Myrtie Mabrley, both of Burlington; James M. Kolt and Henrietta Satterlee, both of Bal tie Creese.' , . .'"", — Ashland, Ohio. Press: The performance was one of the best ever given in Ashland and all the company did splen did work. Miss Mattie Roe as Rose Tucker was supetb and touched the hearts of the audience with her magnitt cent acting and when • she ran away from home with the villian there was not a dry eye in the house. She (ways Iiettuce, Parsley, ; Onions, FRUITS, IN AT Cunningliam's. ,A ";,ffesii supply of NeufchateF , , eese just received today rit Hilla brant's. CEO. H. MEAD Artistic Carriage Painter, Shop over Hindenach & Skinner. A!' work o£ n nnef; executed in best THEY ARE HERTS theff~in Our line of neck wear, tjie new shape'scarf, those elegant four^n hand and a complete line of noti- eliies in neckwear. • Call 4it SHANAHAN'JS and see them. f ••• , « ONE FOB SALE 1 • CAR : LOAD of Cooking, Heating,; Gasoline and Oil Stoves, ONE HALF dAR LOAD of tin ware, consisting of tel and,coffee pots, kiBttlesy-mUk pans v pails, dust pans;i wash boilers, everything in tin^ copper, fporcelain, gerinan'steel goods'and anti. rusting tin ware. QNE HALF CAB LOAD ' ; of steel goods, hoes, rakes; shovels, spades, hay, dung and w*>odmc forks, arid fcll kinds of tools ased,,for farms and gardens. , . FIVE TONS of steel nails Both wire and cqt. . .. * TEN TONS ^ of barb and plain wire. ! ^ FIFTY DOZEN f locks and door knobs of every kind ami a full line of hardware of every description. I know I am a little to the east end of Main street. Wft!< busines jqi n the center, but it will pa" you to eri ve me j*,^" cannot call. all do JOBOTiWHALEN, Hardware Dealer, Martin Block, East Main Street. WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the County. W. T. DRAKE, her audience at will and without any TTr TTT' 01 ' apparent effort. Mr. VanBert Adams \\ Q VV&tlt tO SuOW OUF gave a finished performance of the smooth toagued villian and was a aur prise to those who have always seen him in comedy roles. The wardrobe was very fine. »•• On Monday evening, May 22, 'Will occur the last meeting of C. Colegrovc Post prior to Memorial Sunday, May 28, and Decoration day, May 30, and final arrangements will be made for these eventful days at this meeting., Let all who are members of the post be present. The citizens as well as the old soldiers are interested in observing Decoration day and already some of our manufac turers have annqunced their intention of closing their works on this day. In many pities business is entirely suspended, stores and sactories closing during the general exercises. ACCIDENT AT JACKSON. ..a? e Herbert, Fl J , IJmmett. , Cowls. Comldine, of Ibis city, , tbe Injured. JACKSOE, May ]20.—A shocking accident occurred at the Junction at 11:30 Friday, when a party of laborers employed by the Michigan Central Bailroad company were unloading earth from some flat cars. They were using a ateain shovel, to which was attached a cable connecting with the engine. In some way a.kink formed in the cable and the engine starting up quickly, threw the. shovel flnxi cat>le to one aide, knocking the workmen from the cars, five pf them being more or leaa injured. One M. Conklin, man about 40, whose home ia in Dexter, is probably fatally hurt.' Mr. Conklia and an old man by the name of Sylvester Conaidinft, from Matahallj who was bruised abojut the lega* were removed to the hospital* ,<w,h$ie J>w, Kimball and -Wxigbji fmputjatsd. {Us right arm wag dislocated and Drugj 240 State Street. W A L L FRESH, UNIQUE, TASTY DESIGNS, Lowest : Prices. Hi. Call and Be Convinced. '• Griy|w f A|feK«fiiiy Gril , wjkd pool room and 15 178 Eaat Slate

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