The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 12, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, June 12, 1893
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12, 1893. " , t f «, L fff 11 • Viwftors to the world's fait Will find! the CHRONICLE on. sale at Geo. F. Warren's news and cigar stand in the Michigan building. S, Bt. Edgerton was in'Uuiou City today. ' ." ; • '• '?•• > .' An organ grinder was in this city today. Mr. and Mrs. Bulbeirt have-retarded frofipi a visit in Detroit; the, ^fdr Jr is. a large sale of sea ."Fast M"aii' y W ed nesday .evening. \iMr. and Mrs. B. M. Teinplctbn, of JTorth Marshall, are visiting in Miison, ''• ••' \ ". «. .-•'''• • • _/i '•. •.'"' •' ' M. .8. Q'Kee.fe, C./Ei brorham ^Chas. Hitchcock spoilt Sunday at C, Stuart is very -low and 1t is thought that he can live butf a short Mrs. Frank Wherry, of 'Detroit, --is visiting he^parents. Mr. and Mrs. tful berf.' \ -. v ' '/ v • One of Christ. Kempf's twin babies ' died Friday night and was buried this afternoon. \ Mf: and Mrs. Matthew Grace are taking in the world's fair.\Mrs. Grace will visit friends in KankakeVbefore returning home. Dudley K. Cotton, an eawy pioneer pi Leroy, died Saturday raofcnmg, of blood-poisoning, the result of the bitoqf Mesdumes Wm. Shipley, Sr. anlil Jr. have gone to> Ann Arbor for a few days and wjil visit.'relatiyei ajpYpsilahti alto before returning. Miss Brooks is teaching, the first grade In the first ward school, Miss Sanders being Obliged to be at home on account of the sickness of her father. There is considerable business going on at-Martin's &-Hotcu& addition. Houses are going up fast, and some will soon be ready for occupancy. Michigan strawberries commanded three dollars- per 10 quart crute in Chi oago last Friday and Saturday. On this basis the price would buve been about 25 cents per quart here, This accounts for the late scarcity. The crowds which the railroads antic- paled for the worldfc fair have thus far failed lo materialize, and the railroads are .withdrawing the extra trains put on. The Lake Shore withdrew six trains Sunday and the Erie pulled off its fast, train. Some of the trains scheduled on the .Michigan Central time card have not run yet and will not until there is more traffic., "*"• T, F, Giddings was in this city today. .< Mr. t G Kid in £3 had expected to have, ^closed up the city bank affairs before this time, tai^tbe stringency of the mon ey market i ar made it impossible to collect anything; to speak of and consequently he bus not been able to get money enough to pay the balance due the depoHtors, There -a only l§ per. cent remaining due, but it tabes over |22,QOO to pay it. _ • , . Misa Bessie lone Bognrdus; formerly of this city, bin fco-w -o( Jackson, read her comtnencmeut essayyttOur Ship- is ; , Launched, when willHj; AucibOi'," al the. high school of distrj.qt 17. yl'•'' that place ou Friday. v Sh,e watt a&Uled'. in "her mu*icby little Miss Bir4)u Talniodge of , this city, who pluyed u piano jolojM violin solo by Miys Aanu Cat&idy^a vo cal 8o{oby-MiB$ Anna Cameropj and a trio, guitar and mandolin*, by Miss . Blanche Bryant, Bert Strong and ;,: On -June iith, l/l&Jnjeadajr bv'enlng -, . »4it, thw dooJ-a of the Opera Efouae will ., prtKJtnctiofl:of Lincoln «F. £ajrter'i «•'. IIUIL* .The iraUway h,as often been v awed by Jtbe dramatist, Ipt never before , 1».^tteb MI «$SBnt a« i» Carter'^ " " . ' .wUfe -*<HHftf«* prf, v a. lighted cahpoaji; p|ef f «n4 fireajea; eroaaeB -the a"%e ^L-C-LL-^ .realistic and 1 """*—''""—* aippl river «tfl^&o»t 4 wttfc Wis .sad e^baes'in fujtf f Judge Ingersolf-is on the sick list The Aeolus'elub go to Albion tonight. C. .Colegrove" Post' meets tonight. Muster. Mrs. H. Odell returned Saturday frod) Chicag/yind the world's fair. * ^Mrs. J. F.^Gaus left today for the west to tiring home her son** children. '~-''. ,**r~ i '» t» • ' Mrs; H.*Anilar went to Chicago tlhis morning. _ She 'Will renitfin some time; Alt Mixdenach and.Chas. Smith went to Kalamaxoo on their wheels Sunday. Miss Aliie Arthur, of Cincinnati, is visiting at the residence of her sister, Mts. A. H. Watts. 'The .Rev. Morrell" Twins ' drew crowded houses Sunday*; They close their engagement to this city this even log. , . &: • .Ralph Gar wood, of Albion, tho new high school principal, was ru this cfty today ami made, the CHRONICLE: a pleas ant call. . Afra. W. C. Iliuinielriglit aud^ier sis ter, Miss German, of Dclphos, Ohio, were qalled home suddenly on account of tho series illness of their mother. People having old potatoes for sale should not fool away aby lime'. The new crop is ^coming inta Chicago from tho south and wholesaling at $1 per bushel/ ~ v , i JVlr'.,A, 11. Watts, Master Mechanic of th.b''C. J, & M., Ry., is on a ten days so journ at Lake Chatauqua, N. Y., attending the Master Mechanics and/Mas|cr Car builders annual meet. Mr. and M». C. H. Thorn peon have returned from Mt. Pleasant, where they went to-attend the golden wedding of Mr. Thompson's parents.. Herb reports the most enjoyable time of his life* There will be an adjourned jiaeeting of the Marshall boat club at Andrew Cnrystal's office tonight at eight o'clock. Business of importance demands tho at tention of-every memberX* < ,• There will be a conference of the health officers of Michigan under the auspices of the state board of health at Ann Arbor on tho'15th and 16th inst., to consider the question of Asiatic cholera %nd'its prevention." Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Brewer we^t to New York state today to attend the graduating exercises of the school when, their daughter, Belle, has been for the past year. They will go to New York city before returning. . Mrs. Ladd died at the home of bei nephew, Geo. H." White, abput ten o'clock this morning, aged 83 years. The funeral wall be held Wednesday afternoon at the, house, cor ; neSf f Qf Hanover street and Kalatuuzoo avenue. Harper's Bazar, published June..17th, will contain an'article by Mrs, Eliza Uuhatn.ftU' Scidaaore, author of Jinriki sha Days, on "Aboriginal Spoons," m eluding descriptions of these; useful household articiefi as they were known to the,Indians and the inhabitants ot 'Alaska. The remains of F. Firveger, father of Mrs. John Wiseman and Mrs. Louis Stein, who died at Kalamazoo Sunday morning at the »ge of 80"yeajra and two tnp.ntbs, were Bought-here this after* noon by Mr. VViseouan and taken to his residence oil corner Divisio:j aud .prospect streets. Funeral Tuesday alter- upon. Prayer at the/house at-2 p. m. by Rev, Raukin. Services at the German Lutheran church at half past two. ^ * 1 The citizensmay now enjoy the ex pedant hope of being able to focus tbeir democratic eyes, upon royallry. Toe princess ^nlalie has engagoj |itan- 8portatio|i,for'her'party east pW.tfie Michigan Central E. fi., And^ speoial (l^pto^o&rci ^pir Jicir lnoDu^fit is^$2fi£ UT^ pared. The'traia upon wtoi<?fe,ttie is to - '- **A*i ' *"e < ** ^ * '* ' ' ~ty<< . ^ ' -v ; ^P* ^^9^9*™. ' ^*" *PT ifr™w^^ cetU perjury, It were ct fte*«« _. , =,, . yiwpPI* W .. . a dost efficient oue, and iwir4w.are 'jft esei II you want a house 1 b ttllt in s&ort or der call on Wm, Ship/ e y as,' he is pre pared to put you up », bouse ready for plastering in ,t«ti dp.y s time. Shop on Eagle fttreet, over Lynn's. Rcsidence t ^51, Hanover strewt. . , l World's Columbian KxpanUlon ie Michigan "tfrntral :wiH sel 1 tickets j Marshall to C'hfcago and return at rate of Myen dolhira- and thirty cehts for th^e round trip, limited toJN6v;'Oth Childi'eh under 13vyears of age, half fare, lickets not good on t, 4, 15) orTO. Don'Wail to go to ttulett's'hnd have your eye| tested. 'All tests positive)j free. Ask to see the new perfection bifocals with which' the wearer sees to reactor sew and with.the sariio glnss sfieata distance. Remember we fay« you froia ( 50 to 75 per cent ati (ravelinn optician s prices. , We are desiius of cjos- ing out all Spring Jackets and Capes for Ladies, Prices All cut to fit, S. V. R. LEPPER ,CIRL! Wanted, a girl to do general house : work. ' Particulars will bo given upon calling Tuesday,, June 18. between 7 and 8.p. tu, Apply to o L. F. PAOE, over Bradley's-store. The following item, clirped from tho Ft. Madison (Iowa) Democrat, contains, information i»ell worth remembering: "Mr. John itoth, of thia city, who met with an ac- ciflent a few days; 4go, spraining and bruising his leg and arm quite severely, was cured by one 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm." This remedy is withoutan equal for sprains and bruises and should have a place- in every household. Eor sale at Greene's drug store. .. food, grea-tesf-food on C. A^heaher's mill. «? e Snl» of Kagri. i . , y, and all next week, all- patterns j us t-«ff-the-lootns at rock Bottom prices. J. S. WHITE & Co Bargain Store. : Children Cry fo» Pitchers Castorla. All persons,aro jioiilted not todiim)) any rnoro garbage in (he street^ PfttEKlIqWE, Marshal. Undnttlloit jr n |0 j,» PlrtiiU.—i*«w t« ilia. Tim* tn Buy.. To close out my Mock, bf-plants I now of* fer tho entire lot ut about the cost of gr^w iug them". 50C pnnsiea at 25 contp per dozen j 500 Eng- glisth daisies, 25 cents pef doaen; 100 verbena«, 30 eiSttiA per dozen; 100 geraniums, 75 cents per dozen. .The above are in bud and bloom and ready to produce .tmimm.odiate effect in the gar- 'lOtK. • '''*.••,•;• lOOaators, 10 cents per dozen; 100 petu-- tiias, IB cents , ; per do-zon; 200 phlox 10 cents per dozen; 200 L celery, 10 cents per.dozen; 100 egg plants, 20 cents per dozen; 1QO pep. pefs, 15 cents. " • •_• Miscellaneous potted plants, a"largo n»- ortnient including rpses, fuchsias, begonias, etc, 25 por cent off, • _ Call at Geo. €olounan's stora oo State street or at 59 E. Green street. ' CLIPTONI Tin roofing and ail kinds of tin work done promptly by Robert Schelly. Notice Helutlve to Cow*. The ordinance relative to pasturing lows in the street will be strictly en forced. No cattle will be allowed to be pastured iri any street, whether they are tied or not, andiall Cattle found at arge in the street, whether lied or otherwise, will be taken care of. No exception will be made to this rule for anyone. PETEK HOWE, City Marshal. We Want to Show our WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the County. W. T. DRAKE, V Druggist, 240 \State Street i ••>••;.;• A 3full Line of Woolen For Summer Use Just Received, j At Shanahan's. FOR SALE! ONE = CAR : LOAD of Cooking, Heating, Gasoline and Oil Stoves, ONI: p£ ia^ ware.,-consisting ( ojf &» and «offee ^ts^ kettles, immi'pws, j rliicir T\OT\O • wraoK H/>Tl**ro H< OA»Ar\7^Kii»r». in *i«\. nf\nv\x^ OOPCfiifliDl 0*fiPBlJUl Bi^fl*"?^* 1 ^5^«ife*w^^ ^F^'^^IF^ npp^B <Mpa^^ spades, y,

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