1HE DAILY CHRONICLE, JUNE 15, 1891. !" METEOROLOGICAL Local meteorological report taken by G.H. Greeae today at Greene's drug •tore. . TIBS. 7:00 AM 2:OOPM 4:00ra if THBRMOSIKTKB. 72 89. Bfl BABOHBTKR. 29.160 29.080 29.070 WIND. 8W S\V Highest, 91; lowest, 07. By registering tnermoiuetor for the last 34 hours. • * ^ *r After the first of June notices of entertainments, socials, lectures, etc., where an admissin fee or charge of any nature is tnade will bo charged for at the rate of five cents h Hue for each insertion. " BREVITIES. Harry Wellfl, of Albion, was in this city today. A number from this city were iu Albion yesterday* Misses Anna Hornberger and Lena Walz spent Sunday in Battle Creek. F. VV. Dickey bought two clips of wool*today. The price paid was 25 cents. Meeting of St. Albana lodgu this ovcn- iug for 'work. A full attendance is desired. The remains of Mrs. O'Conuell, of Homer, were buried in St. Mary's cemetery today. lion. John 0. Patterson went to Hillsdale this morning to attend, a meeting of the trustees of Hillsdale College. Mr. and Mrs. Charles ' Fisher, of Grand Rapids, former residents of this city, are guests at Jerry Van Dusen's. It «vas Frank Heyser instead of John who saw a man similar to the one who ' was killed hanging aUjthud thu depot. Mrs. J. F. Smiley, her . gu^st Mrs. Hammond, of San Jose, Cal., Mrs. <J.T. Fletcher, and Miss Bessie Fletcher, returned today Irom Gull Lake Licensed to wed: James A. Craig, of Philadelphia, and Mafy Craig, of Battle Crook; Hugh W. Fellows, of and Mary White, of Clarendon. There will be a meeting of the K. of H. in their new hall above Joha But ler's shoe store tomorrow evening. A full attendance is requested. Degree work. A social will be held at W. A), Stone's Tuesday evening, to which all are cordially invited. Teams will be int ihe Christian church at 7:30 to carry thosu wishing to go. '' There will be a business meeting of the Marshall Athletic Club tonight to complete and liuish such busiuest- as may come before the society. A full attendance is desired. The Michigan Central Rail rod company has offered a reward of $1,000 fur information leading to th.e arr- st ;iuil conviction of parties who attempted lo wreck a trtrin near Sagjnaw recently!. Wo'clip the following from S:itur- urday's Detroit News: Elisha Bual, Marshall, goes to Jackslon for "three years for simple, larceny. Bunker Kir• by, of Marshall, sto.lo $50,000, and b;irc fly an effort was made to catcli him Consistency/^ •.•'••' •"Battle Creek Moon, 33th: iiuttlt Creek is* en joying? a genuine strike; in fact, it is about the first local one thu , has ever occurred here. The inouU.lcrs [in the foundry of the Union School Fur I uiture Company to-the number O twenty six "walked out" last night anr failed to, resume work today, owning to the djfl'erenees between them and tii 'employers. A glib-tongued fakir i^traveling over the State selling an alleged electrii : headache cure, consisting of two sponges'm a small bpttle, fastened/to [gather with wire and saturated with oi: of mustard. You smell the mustard [and imagine it is el.ectricity_. The wire is useless' except to give .plausibility to the electric theory. A sjiiff at a bottle t ammonia, has the sanw* effect and [coats less. *. . •-. >? £J Misses Ida Lindner, Louise Walz and Vlary Fox spent Sunday in Albion. A much needed new cross walk is be- ng laid across Jefferson street on the north side of State. W. F. Bloazby, of Kalamazoo, special agent of the Ohio Farmers' Insurance mpan^, adjuste* George H. White's oss satisfactorily today. The graduating classes of the Univor- ity this year will contain nearly COO >oopfe. The exercises begin June" 1 21, ind will bo in progress all the timedur- ng that week. The legislature has accomplished a ong desired reform in the way of high- vay .'cgislation. Both branches have )assed a bill requiring that all work on he roads shall be finished by July 1, \nd that tho dirt shall bo well leveled ind scraped. ** An addition to the vault in tho couri- y clcrk's'.ollicc is bciq# n'tted up in the wserne.nt of the court house under the old vault, which is getting fliled to overflowing with.papers, etc. The old papers will be put m the now part and hat will leave' plenty of roem for a number of years to come. Tho Battle Creek Moon copied our tern suggesting that Mr. Prentice put up i6me kind of a job to catch Kirby.and idds tho following: Tho CnONiCLE's ugge«iion is a good ouo; the Sheriff can snfely omit some of his fun with no letnment to his office, and devote his ime to the interests of the people. Michigan Central ticket office was moved into the new room yesterday tnd this me ruing C. R. Osbern took possession as ticket agent.and telegraph operator. Hereafter tho ticket office will be open nights. By the change the company does away with the ser- viccs of one person, and makes Mr. Os )orn do double dutyr James R. Taylor, au old and well viiowu resident of this city, died very suddenly Saturday night: He was as ll as usual when hef etired that even- ng. About eleven o'clock he called to :iis daughter .sayipg that he was sick. She went to his assistance as soon, as possible, but he only lived a few moments. Heart disease wr-s probably the ause of his death. The funeral will be tield Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock at the house. Charles Livingston's line of $75 was paid last week by his father. 'It looked as if Livingston was going to fey and get out of paying the line if possible, as County Clerk Gregg was asked how the sentence read and how long a time the prisoner would x iave to pay it. When informed that he "would have to stay in jail DO days if the line was not paid before that time the"money was soon forth coming. He thought he was going to get out of jail and let the county whistle for its line. A 8u.i'c Investment. Is one which i» guaranteed to bring you ttutiBfactory roBultu, or in i-aso'of failure a return of purchase price Ou this safe plan you can buy from our udvartised druggist a tottlo of Dr. 'King's New Discovery for Consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every caae, when used for aay affection of Throat, Luugs or Chest, such as Consumption, inflammation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, \Vhooping.Cough, Group, etc., etc. Itiij pleasant and .agreeable to taste, perfect- Ij aafo aud can: always b.i depended upon. Trial bottlqg freo at 'F.' G, Seaman & CO.'B dr g stoje. . 4 . To Speculators I AM MAKING A T will clear out my entire stock of Crockerv, Glassware, Hanging Lamps AND EVERYTHING IN THE CROCKERY LINE I Have the largest Line of • CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE In the city, and will sell at ACTUAL COST FOR SPOT GAEL This is a picnic. I want to get out ot i.. ' Crockery business to make room for another line of goods. RICHARD BUTLER. Are You In It? We have reference to house cleaning. i1 yon have commenced that semi-annual job, you have no doubt ascertained that many articles of-Fumii'-i <i need ic- placing, or the changes you have mail a wiu •. utmit <// adding some new piece. If So Call at F. B. Snyder's, •x and look over his large and elegant stock of Parlor Suits, Bedroom Suits, Fancy Chairs, Dinning Room Chairs, Tables and everything else, kept in a first class furniture store. These pleasant evwi.ys you want to try And Get Out and wheel the baby around in one of those handsome • Cabs, which are so cheap that one can afford to throw away the old one and gefya new one. A lull line o1 Casket and Undertakers Goods. When Bafiy li-as sick, we gave her Castoriw. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoiiu, When she became Miss, she clung to CastprJij. When she had Children, she gave them Caatorir Do not conf use the Famous Blush of Boee with the many worthless paiats, powder a creams and bleaches which are floodi-nR the market, Get the genuine ef your druggist M. BJ Poweil, 75 cents per bottle. A.nd ] guarantee it will remove your pimples, freokJea, blackheads, mo.tfc, tan, and sunburn, and giye you .a lovely complexion. - I Children Crj for S -...«-.,._. . i NEW I have leased the old Turner Bakery, forme ly occupied by Doc Snyder and • BEFITTED IT ENTIBELT and am now prepared to furnish the public wi.o , FresJi Bread, Pies, Cakes A fine line of Confectionary always on hand. Fruits in season. J,C, Children Cry for Pitcher's '" '
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