The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 5, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, June 5, 1893
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X > THE 1893. I'-A-.y: •i f ' v t ,.**;j! ^$m „. , "JJJf — ^.^ ** BftEV|TIE§< .-—=——k—>' „ • Chaff. E. Hewitt, of Detroit, was in this city today. Mlsa Libbie"Sial»i l MlBS* Flora Boufke . went to Grand Rapids today. '.-.''' Mr. and Mrs. l^ewjii TQWnsand went to Chicago SundayV '^^ *;-•". ; -Mrs. Ida W. Browii,of Eaton Rapids, was in ' Wont therVbe ftm next ipring when the wbnseiTvote for c|ty officers. i.i Mrs^fid? EnglWh and/son, Walter, , t<bi Grand Rapids tdday. > ' 4 Geb. \Hl Sotithworth left ifpr - Sunday afterndon on legal business. Mrs, J> F. Smtley and Mrs. CVE. Hitchcock went to Chicago today. 'The old soldiers were busy todg$r get Ung'out thoir^quartorly pension vouchers? • • H. M. Hearing, cashier of the First National bank of Albion, was in this -<•ettytoday. , ; Gov. Rich has signed all the bills that were passed by the legislature good, bad and indifferent. ' . • "„ Trains going west on the Michigan Central are crowded with people bound for the world's fair, , , / - Mra'e, Rhea and'her odmpiny passed through this city on their way east Sun- day afternoon on train No. 20. People who 'have been to the world's fair say that there are lots of roorajj to bo had at reasonable .rates nejar the grounds. ", Miss Maggie English, formerly of this city, aud Ben]amin^alvin-6Ee tp M married Tuesday morning in Grand Rapids. , . Bessie Conway, A former resident of this city, and Hadley Burchard. will be married 'in Grand Rapids tomorrow, morning. F. W. Dickey will soon be ready to buy wool again. The price this year will be 18 and 20 cents for tbo best clips of washed wool. Among the marriage licenses; issued in Kulamazoo coudty last week was one to Arthur Lt. Lewis; of thin city, uud Anna J. Mayhatn, of Cooper. 'ibu ladies of the Christian church in thu place wil hula uu ieu cream social on Wednesday evening, Juue 7 Cake and cream, 10 cents. Come aud enjoy the social. According to Prophet Foster, a cold • wave is due to roach thiv week. Some people, have ft lurking suspicion that •the wave has made a, sneak on Brother \. Foster and baa been right Jjiere^in our midst ever since early last full. A. party of threeyouny m<sn sampled the water in the vicinity of the boat , of Jackson'* wad in tliis Be sure nnd hear JLettie Locke God Jfrey at the Opera House Wednesday evening. - Se.e 6o»8ie Prior m her Tyrolean dande at the Opera House Wednesday night.: '';. \> :- 'V '• ''~ T.F. Giddings, $t er of 'the^-Nfittlginjil City .', bijinkv wad. in this- city to^ayi^ - yV : ,S •'-,:•-. .• •• • ' : * jyiiirriage licences issued^ June 3d: . Wilder, ife v ad Mary E, Abby, both of Battle • Mrs, Hayes and who have been guests at C. 1 T . Gorhani's, left for tho west this morning." H. L. Lathrop'e vegetable' wagon will startfor the season Wednesday morn ing, June 7th, with a good^nj>ply of fresh vegetables, including new spinach A couple of suspicious looking tramps caused Officer Howell some trouble Sat. urday night. He failed to capture them, but we understand they are still in town and may yet be captured. 'Joseph M. Sibley died Sunday afternoon at bis home, corner of Eagle and Hanover streets. Mr. Sibloy had been in ioor health for some time past. The funeral will bo held Wednesday after noon at the house. Battle Creek Journal, 31: John J. Murphy, of Marshall, was in the city today and. received numerous. cordial hand shakes and words ot welcome from his many, friends here. Albion contemplates a special election to vote on the proposition to borrow money to pave the streets with and ex tend the'water maini. A failure 7 to ge the charter amended necessitates an election. The Michigan Central has just finished a new dining-room car and named i Jackson. The car coat $U,OQO without the furnishings, which wilt bring the amount up to f 1^,000. It will run on trains Np;s. 5 and 0. ' Albion Recorder says Marshall car j pouters can find work in Albion. We | have not heard of any Marshall' carpenters working in Albion, but. a number of Albion carpenters have been working in Marshall for some months. W. F. Bryan and Edgurton Sinters, which appears here tomorrow is consul ured ov.e of the finest circuses on luu road; having some of the greatest air lists in the business. AH newspapers where they hay.' been speaks vtiryiugh ly af it. They show here op/Tuesday, June 6. They give a fine/Street parade »t 12:39, / A. K. Prentice yo6 m this city today. Lon captured a Columbia bicycle that was stolen from tlje Sanitarium* last week and/arrested the bay that stole it. 5oy is convicted and sentenced Th« CTrnin* Will Stop. The followiflg telegram would jate that the public meeting leld in vain, and that the Michigan Central is inclined to -do nil that 'the >eopie asked as far as the* stopping of rams was concerned:, WAtNB HOTBL, DETROIT June &, Jtifrn JE. Fvleyi Mayor: President Ledyard kindly agrees to regularly stop ^ No> \% for all ticket?, anil No. 5 for Chicago tickets to Marshnll both be'gUiDiipKrWiiUn'dsuay n«;xt.. Oo 1893 4 . \- new time-^ara to be out in two weeks 3Oth trains -will stop . regularly for alt [Jasseugers.* Station grounds will be tt^r attended 'to. ~ P. A. BA^VRT. Trajn Novl7 goes west at 6:05 a. ni. and No..,. 0 east at 7i58 p. m. .CORRESPONDENCE/ To ,tUe Editor: ' • j Notice has boon received from tho state board of health that many immigrants are comiftg into Mic higan f,rom places infected \yith email ppx and ndvieing persons who )" Screen doors and windows Bosley'd v '-> ""* Corn aodwliaat pirita for little 'chiuK, also compoubd,food, fereaiesit'food btt earth, at 0. A. Chesher's ntfll, ' ^f «• **-. ,,, ^ ,, ^•,,, l . ,^ Saturday, and all next week, ffll ale* patterns just off the looins at !*o{5k ; bottom prices. ' J. S. WHIT* «*Co. v Bargain St6rn. ' Children Cry fo? Pitcher's Castoria. / All persons arc notified not to dump any moru eni-bago in the street?. " ' PETKR Howe, have not been, vaccinated or who were vaccinated a number of years ago to b& vaucm- atqd or r^niccinated. , , Also one emigrant, H. Wolf by name, is bound for Marshall irom Hamburg where (here is cholera prevailing. -It behooves Us therefore to be on tho lookout. An ounce qf preventive |B worth a pound of cure. Very respectfully, LOUIS S. JOY/Hgalth Officer. Wanted, a girl about 14 years of ago to take care Of child. Call between 7 and 8p.m. Monday, June 13v Apply to L. F. PAGE, over Bradley's store. Carpets at lowest prices in the 'state. S. V. R. LEPPER'S . IRL! Wanted, a^girl to do general house work. Particulars will Jpe given upon- calling Tuesday,\Iune 18, between 7 and S.p. m. Apply L. F. PAGE, over^-adley^ store. An especially tine liue/H| ladjos' nn 1 children's hbsiery -at tjve biiisar. If you wa-nt the/best rcfritc^Kiitor on earth for the K«tst money KO to m**U'}>• Buy the/genuine Philadelphia \wu ino'wer.^Bosley's. • x /' Lawn mowers sharpened :md r<- aired at Boslcy's. • , L Homes for visibrs to tho World'aFsV * is the title of a neat little book. Containing the address tff about 9,000 fftmilies, who will accommodate visitois, also a li^t of hotels, illustrated with" large scale map, sold at M. C. ticketr/pHicoi, Price 50 cents. ' , Tin roofing and ail kinds of tin work done promptly by Robert Schelly. Notice tteltttfve to Cow». / The ordinance relative Jo pasturing cows in tbe street. wiU be sfdctjy en forced. No cattle will be allowed io-b0 pastured- in any street, whether they are lied or 0ot v and all cattle found nt, .large |n the street, whethtfr tied or .bth>* er wise, will be taken care of. No ex ' ception will bo made to this rule for. anyone. , PETER HOWE, kt Marshal. -•*; If tb house Sunday und found ii wet. They the^iex sheriff will get |50 reward of had been looking ever the new btfat -fered by the Pope Manuf'g ; Co. 1 for the house aud just pushed their boat mtp arrest, conviction and sentencing of any the water, when two of thena attempted person stealing a Columbia .bicycle, to change seats, and in an-instant the Big Rapids Bulletin: "The concert boat capsized letting them >nto the wat-1 a t ^ e Opera House last evening, .under er. After being put thrjough a wringer tne auspices of Miss F: Maude Hughes, harpiste, was as tine an entertainment 'of its class as given in Big Rapids in many a day. From .the first Miss Hughes sjeemed a favorite aud encores were hearty." |4issjp«gbes will assist at the Juvenile OreHfeatra concert Wednesday evening of this week. J. in and huug up to fofrfor a few hours, they 4 weje »H risbtagain. Moot Americans will be s\irj>ri,sed to learn thai- all the Uhinamen in the UuitedxStates eame from one of the eighteen prpyinces of the celestial em re—most of them from one corner of that provmco. In an article in" liar pet's Weekly for Jane 10, 'Rev. ftr. Frederic^ J. Masters, who was for nine years a missionary'in Canton, and for eight subsequent years superintendent of tue CWnese'Misfionsan California, describes these people in their homes, and cpm^ajres then} with t^e Chin^njen of other provinces,; i" , .», * The directors of the .world's fair are The following item, clij pod'Irom the Ft- Aladiaou (Iowa) Democrat, coutaiue iufor. mation veil worth remeiuberiug: "Mr. John Both, of this city, who metyvith aa accident a few days ago, spraining and bruising big leg aud arm quite severely, was cured by one 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm," This remedy is withouJt an equal for sprains and bruises and should have a place in, every household. For sale at Greene's drugstore. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. .- • "Children Cry for pitcher's Castoria - STRAWBERRIES. •" ,. . S -. *, ...:"• •• -i Commen«Hg Saturday - ' " A-'. . '*"• , We Look For Daily Sup- Lower Prices. J. Cunningham' s. Secrt f «rluS 700,000 Ibs. On sale at ( J. Ounuiiigham's CSty Local, Juni? 2: "W. Andrus' 'one ring circus' arrived town Memorial Day and pitched its tent on .the flats JaslJ sout& M^el%#J# r street. The performance in tae^ven ing was well dttended. *nd everyone 'was pleased with the entertainment, the gejRer^l verdict beiog that the show ' 'has ever visited Unfion City. # * • v ,• We ^Want to Show our WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the County. W. T. 0R4KE, < • •* r -* * -^ - 0 Druggist, : % ^ ,\ ^; : :./ . , ,^ v, i . •' '-*" * j, • >. * Slate; Street; * ,j»," ^i - * Jackson Mondej »fternoo»; whom 76,000-biugotticketa. liat toe oeoaaio/n weert iat the At they dldot want as open Sjp4«y,. The certainty in rflgwd to tbe oneo.u3g wlyi wwld .. . ... that ever Appeared Lo this co»nt.rj and

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