The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 9, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, June 9, 1893
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* . i, srihfts 9,1593. Visitors to the worlds fair the CfiRomcLS on jjale,ftt GBO. f. Warren's^news ai}4 clftat' st4nd in the Michigan bailding. Fletcne! returned- to St. There's a wonderial pot of money - For the man who hits on a scheme feor a gpld'Ctire to knock the summed appetite tor ice cream. The Ret. Morrill Twins, attract much attention. ? , '• • ' •-..!Circuit court next fe«SK, commencing JAorjdayT"— ; •-;•..' V " x • .•' ' : • °& R'^lnflor viailed Battle Creek yesterday. I* 1 soon be busy with their haying. ^ ':•.':-,/' : ' M * . .''.' . . Geo, White and family are picnicing at 6tace lake today. Yw gods! A man walked into our office tlxis niorning and deliberately paid ,^pr bis-paper in 'advance, There will be a meeting of the Gold Cure Co. at Dr. L. B. Gallup's office this evening at 7:30 o'clock. ' Miss Oracle Butler entertained a'num berof her little friends at a birthday party on Tuesday evening las~t Joseph this morning. A Mrs. Ci ll. HaskeU left ioday for an extended visit with friends at the east. The boat house is completed and has been accepted by tbe Boat Club. Mr. And Mrs."C. W. Way will spend next week at their Gull lake cottage. Mrs. Ti D, Ganse and Mrs. E. , Butler wont to Cbfeago yesterday. H! L. Lathro,p*e vegetablti wagOu will jtnrtfo season Wednesday morning, June 7th, with a good supply of fresh vegelables, including new spinach. Battle Creek Moon; .^Charley tip ban, orPag'e Bros., MWshtill, who has been laid up With a lame hand at his residence ,o%Marshall street, is able to be ojit and^wont to work today." There seems to be plenty of work for. the fish warden in this county. It is re ported that gill nets have been used in Brace lake and the large numbers of .dead fish found on the shores Of Lyon lake Recently indicated a. free use of dynamite. Olivet ^college commencement exercises will be opened Sunday morning, June 18, with the baccalaureate exer- STRAWBERRIES. fci" Commencing , We Look For Daily Sup- V plies At X-ower Prices. J. Cunningham's. World'* Colombian KxpoMtfoti. The Michigan Central will sell tickets from Mttifshall to Chicago and retdrh at rate of 'seVjam dollars and thirty cents, for the round trip, limited to Nov. Dtlv. Children under 13 years of age, half fare. Tickets'not good on 1, 4,, 10 or 20. •' " . Attention. . ' Cess pools *ahd privy vaults cleaned and disinfected in good shape ftt reasonable prices by • GRAY & BAILEY. Corn and wheat-grita for little chick, also compound food, greatest food on earth, at C. A, Chesher's mill. , OfRugi. Saturday, and alt tfext week, all new patterns just off the looms at rock bottom prices. s . . J. S. WHITE & Co. Bargain Store. . Children Cry for Pitcher's Cqstoria. All persons arc notified not- to dtltnp any more garbage in the. streets. The federal judges at Chicago have decided that the world's.fair gates must be closed on - Sunday. It is thought that the Sunday openers will appeal. It is understood the Michigan Central Screen doors an Bosley's indows all sizes at Carpets at lowest prices 5» the state. S. V. & LEPPER'S". will soon begim to; run special , v Bipnrto the world Vf air. The plan is to name special days on which cheap tick- its are sold to bb good on certain trains. It will no doubt be populaiv Members Of Ae.olus Cycle club are requested lo meet at club house Monday p, in., June, 13, as; soon after 0:00 o'clock' as convenient, preparatory to club run ' to Albion, via river road. Start at ser- JBU o'clock sharp. No scorching. Tbe new Michigan Central time card Sunday will provide for two-or more new trains. One will lie a special train from Grand Rapids to Chicago and re torn via Ealamazoo. The Grafton world's fair special will also begjn running then. Athletes attention: There is to be a grand field day exhibition at Battle Creek, Mich., June28tb, and the B. C. Athletic Association invite any ama teur athlete in the state to enter an the different scheduled contests'ou thj&H>ro- gram. Elegant gold medals will be offered as tirst prizes and handsome oiti zen'B gifts as secoffd prizes. Open to any amateur athlete in the state. Atb letes will please write at once tp the secretary of the association for entry blanks* which will be furnished upon application,, A sort of block system method in running trains has jufet been adopted by the Central In the runnijujj of passenger ' ' tralnst It went into ^Bect Sunday and cises by President W. G. Sperry. At 8 p. m. Ihe Wednesday following the alumni addres^j(dllJ>e^djUyjr4«d_Jjy Rev.. F. W. Gunsaulus, of Chicago, Thursday is commencement day*. . AiriQng the many "fraaks" ofl'ered for exhibition at the world's fair is a heb that, always walks backwards, a Shot land-pony that is so small that her shoes are front f 20 gold pieced, a razor that had been used by George Washing ton, an Indian prodigy, aged four years, who can recite "Thanatopsis," and a garment 400 years old. Mrs Flora Johnson, 'of Lansing, is visiting her brother, Dr. J. F. Smiley, John I*. Merrill's visit In this city was suddenly out short by tbe receipt of a GIRL! ot. Plwntn.^rNo.w li the •*'.: fi'me'to IJoj-. . Toclbse stock of plftnts 1 now of- fer'the entire*; lot tA abdu,t the Cost of growf ing them. . .' ... .-";., »^> 60C pnnsiea at 25 cents per dozen; 500 Eng. giish daisies, 26 cents per dozen; 100 verbenas, 30 cents per dpiien; 100." geraniums, 75 cenfe* per dozen. The above arc in bud and bloom and ready to produce an immediate effect in the garden. » ' •'«..." • • 100 asters, 10 cents per dozen; 100 petunias, 10 cents per dozen; 200.phlox 10 dents per dozen; 260 celer-y, 10 cents per dozen; 100 egg plants, ?0 'cents per dozen; 100 peppers, 15 cents. '•'..Miscellaneous potted plants, a large as- ortment including rosea,. fuchsias, .begd- now no twf u pabseoger trains are per milted tofollow each other :?o closely that both will be running between the eame telegraphlBtatU}U$. ,,For instanca, tbe West Michigan train coming east each evening"jfs^ea. Chicago fiv« min utes after one of tbe vestibule trains and tho latter must have left Huniiaoud before thft W^?t Michigan train can pull out of „ Kensington, Thjfc rulers followed aH'-^lojog the line. Joha F.^Bentlej, of this city, was among the. Orchard Lake caUeis which telegram ordering him to report in New York next Monday. He will leave at onee on the Baltimore, bound for China, i T T r Commander Merrill will, be second in j W C command. . The many friends of Mr. Tbad.' E. Hackett will be pleased to learn that he been promoted to the post of agent .of the American Express Company m this city Since his connection with the office Mr. Hackuit has proven himself efficient, and this lecqguition of Ins capability on the Dart of the corn pan > is in every way deserved. \Ve extend congratulations. Tbe state pioneer society closed its annual meeting at Lansing last even- ipg. The following officers were elected for the coming year: President, Al pheps Felch, Ann Arbor; secretary, George H, Greene, Lansing; treasurer 3 M. L. Coleman, Lansing; executive committee, Albert Miller, Bay CUyTG'f M. Barnes, .Lansing; Daniel Striker, Hastings. . " : Sixteen philanthropic societies of Chicago, unite in a circalar headed "Warning to WomenI" They warn young women against advertieenieuts of ^ight work aqd good wages, those seek nig your acquaintance in cars, depots or streets, and against accepting mvita tioua to places of amusement. The claim is made that boarding houses, employment agencies, 'work shops and Wanted, a girl to do general house work. Particulars will be given upon calling Tuesday, June 18, between 7 and B.p. m. Apply to L. P. PAQB, over.Bradley'sMore. * ,,- - --'-' -.-•'- -• •"• • *, The following item, clipped from the Ft, adisPn (Iowa) Democrat, contains ihfor- matibn \»ell worth remembering: "Mr. John Both, of this city, who met with aniacr cident a few days ago, spraining and bruising his leg and arm quite severely, was cured by one 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Bfthn." Thia remedy is without an equal for sprains antTBruises and should have a place in overy household! For sole at Greene's drugstore. Call at .Geo,. Colpraan'a stora pn State . street or at 59 E. Green street. ,. " . CLIPTON B. RAWLiySON. Tin, roofing and all kinds of tin work done promptly by Robert Schelly. Notice .Heliitlvn to 'Cnww, Tho ordinance relative io pasiuhng cows in the street will be strictly en forced. No cattle will be allowed to be pastured in any st.rect; whether they are tied or not, and all cattle found at large in tbe street, whether lied-'or otherwise, will be taken care of. N.o ex oeption will be made to this rule for anyone. PETEBI Howe, City Marshal. .^ tO rx^;. OUT WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the County. W. TTDRAKE, Druggist, 240 State Street. Full Line played a prominent part in the procesj sion that ^lendeo Ittfauta Eulalio op her journey to Jackson l?»:k .jestrrddy. The L^roit Free i'-refs baa tho'foljpw ipg in^egard to its '-^ b.e ioui« from tbe Palmer House was along Michigan avenw, Thirty-fifth- street, Grand Boulevard/Washington P«k to tbe western entrance of Midway' Piawftnoe afcd tUence eastward to Jackson Park arid r«puth to the administration" building. * Midway Ptajwnce gave the princess the " hoepHuls aoiJ scbools are can vussed by respcAta-ble looking 'people seeking victims for immoral purposes. Marriage 'licences issued June 6; Geo. F. Neale aud Lydia M*Gage, of Battle Creek. J uue' 7: Merlin A Ihompsori, of. Battle jgrc«k, and M V. tlnderwood, of BurJinKtou; i J. \VMtmjittatCdfaroHnB Palmer,' both, of BurMnguni; W»»' W-. Martin and, Ida E. GaasoD^both of 'Bat^Jf \Ckeek; Ed For Summer Use Just Beceived, At , , rode Commander Riep in full ward C. Eaton, b| Peo^field and Ellen Z. pf Marshall, an^Marlin Pratley, of E^fc — • *• • T« • l ^% *t • * r* .1 r* > ._ ? 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