The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 15, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Thursday, June 15, 1893
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^ Visitors to the world's fair will find the CflfcomcLE on sale at Geo. F. War- re'o'8 news and cigar stand in-the ftlich- igan building. •' • . BREVITIES. Whalen.was taken suddenly ill last night.' ' , •fi. D.Cnshtnftn, of Manson, Mass., Is in this city today, " ' f. W. Dickey has purchased 28>000 pounds-of Wool thus far. . ' Home'grown bettles are nowort sale, retailing today at 12),^ cents. Notmafi Brown is happy over the ar rival of a little girl at: his house this tnortiing. •""/•.•'•'* "^ f '•' ,'•• Mrs. J> C Lansing will open a res tanrant the first door went of the Ton tine hotel in a short time. Jtis.sald that dew will not form on some colors. W hile a yellow board will \>e covered With dew, a red or a black one beside it will be.perfectly dry: A steely blue eye is said to indicate a covetous disposition, while a black eye frequently indicate:jthat its * posses- u Will I fifift'yoat husband at the club this evening?" - , • 4 \ "I'm sure yoa"will, for he kissed" me -goodby and said his' wsrk wfluld keep hiia at the office unlit late." Miss Phon Gushing* of CJolumbia, i, 4 is the guest of Miss Grace Geer. Marriage licenses issued—Juna 15t Edward E. fenssetl and KHzabelb J. Wilkinson, both of Battle Creek. The fast mail drew a crowded house last flght. The ecenic eflecl s, which are about all there is to the play, were good. Miss Brooks,'w'ho is teaching in the first ward school, had tp dismiss her Classes today on account of sickness. There will beji special meeting of St. Albans lodge F. and. A. M. Monday evening, June 10, at eight o'clock ; ftor work on second degree. Members of Marshall Commandery are requested to meet at the ball Sun day at one o'clock sharp,„ preparatory to attending the funeral of -J. H. San ders at 1:30. J. S. Noyes writes a friend in this city that it seems strange to beju court hear Cess pools Ymd.,pflvy vaults cleaned* and disinfected in goo-d shape at reasonable pnces-by If you are lingering from f»vpr g , lnn g t iagrippe, catarrh, consumption, cough or bronchial troubles, asthma, heart nervousness, sleeplessness, .„.--.-„- sjck headache, paralysis, erysipejas^itr scaly skin, constipation or piles call on Dr. Sharpsteen for his vegetable cure. earth, at 0, A. greatest' mill. sor got more than he wanted, A child's bed should always be placed so that the light should coino from one side- if it be allowed: to strike m front or behind 3 tho head it would have a tendency to make the child cross-eyed.; V TChe fttneralr ^f John, H. Binders will bfetoe^tttijiehtiusjs On East State street Sunday afterhbpn:. at. half past one. The services at the house will be con \d«oted by Rev, JiifeCobleyand at the grave by Marshall Comnaandery K. T. M183 Catharine VanVoorheea died at the residence 'of Abram Bennett, Sr., ingand deciding cases, and have no in terest on either side. JoeJs now a full fledged district judge and draws a salary of $4,0»0 per year and expenses. He was elected forjft term of six years. 'Reports to the state Aboard; of ^health show rheumatism, neuralgia,, bronchi Us, consumption and .tpnsilitis, in Sirder named, caueing,mpst sickness in Michigan during the past week. Diphtheria was reported at 4J places^ scarlet fever Tit 37, measles at 35 and typhoiil fever at Smltli, the fhotpgrnpher. Has some nice Frames for Cabinets and other sizes, just received. Call and see them. - -". • ^ If you want a house built in short order call on Wm. Shipley as he Is pro pared to put you up a house ready , for plastering in ten days time. Shop oh Eagle street over Lynn's. Residence, 151, Hanover street. • Worlrt'a Columbian Imposition. The Michigan Central will sell tickets from Marshall to Chicago and return at, rate of sevea dollars and thirty cents for the round trip, limited to Nov. 5th. Children under 12 years of age, half fare, tickets not good on 1, 4, 11) or 20. Don't fail to go to Hulett's and have your eyes tested. All tests positively free. Ask to see the. now perfection TJI- focals with which the wearer' sees to read or sew and with the same-glass see at a distance. Remember.,we gave you from 50 to 75 per cent on,traveling optician's prices. ' -A-A. • '. - .• i "- • . - •'• '• Sal* Saturday, and nil next week,, all new, patterns jtost off the looms at rock bottom prices, J. S. WHITE & Co. Bargain Store. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. A)l persons are notified not to dump %ny more garbage in 1 he Streets. PstEK HOWE, Marshal. , Reduction Sate of PlanU.—Now In lit • <•), Tlih«» to 'Buy. : . To close ouj; my'stock trf plants I now of-, for ihe "entire lot &t about the cost of grow . ing them. •• * i ; . SOC pansiea at 25 cents per dozen; 600 Eng- glish daisies, 25 cents per doecn; 100 verbenas, 30 cents per dozen; 100 geraniums, 75 cento; per dozen. „ The Above are in b\id 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 cents per dozen; 200 celery, 10 cents per dozen; 100 egg plants-, 20 cents per dozen; 100 peppers, 15 cents. " Miscellaneous potted plants, a large as- ortinent including roses, fuchaias, be ge nias, etc, 25 per cent off. r Call at Goo. Coieman's stord on State street or at 59 E. Orccn street. \ ' 1.. ^;- CLIFTON B. KAWLINSON. on Wednetday at nine o'clock p. m, 16. The Marahall City Electric works ,The f i lends will meet at the house Fri " day. June 16, at one o'clock and at three o'clock at the Lyon lake church. We regret to announce' that Judge Ingeraoll does not improve very rapidly, in fact he is apt as welj, today as usual. Mr. Ingersoll Is a mao well along in years and his weak constitution will not- •tand very much. We hope to see a • change for the better toon. James Bryant, an old and respected resident of Couvis, died very suddenly Wednesday afternoon of heart disease. An hour before his death h^e was feeing as well as usual and was working in his garden. Mr. JJryant was 75 years old and has resided in this siatu since 1886,' the most if not all of the time in this county. The funeral will be held, Friday afternoon at two o'clock at bis late residence, about one mile west of the Cleveland school bouse. Daniel OKeefe, of Vulcan, Dickipson county, 'u out with a purijus challenge. His backer is William Turner, of the game place. His deti reads as follows: "I an: prepared to drink witter against any man in the world tot any amount. I will drink half a gallon of cold water inside of three minutes for |50 or $100, or one gallon inside of 15 minutes. 1 -will back, niyself to drink three gallons of water in 30 in.huiea; or I will drmk from one to .five gallons ,pf water ju quicker time than anyone living fur Battle Creek Moon: "We would like' to koo jv what certain people drink when they go to Marshall that enables them lo aeeghosts, witjni light*;, eiu uu the way hoaie. This was the uxperiencu, of two youilg meu receully, but th^y have kept the waiter prwtty quiet." Ttie yl u». pitpbabjy Btaycd uatil uight siaJ th« brilliancy of P^r Blecii^ lighta so dazzled their eyes' that'they coukl sec all jiort^ of JhiogS. ,They sax it make a difference with peophji living m towns have opened *n-offioe^ver W. H. Elston's store, entrance between Baub's billiard room and Peters' hardware store. Philip S. Joy, the superintendent, will be pleased to see and accommodate any desiring information rela live to lights, etc. When confidence in business circles la restored good times will bo thoroughly reestablished. As.soon as the people place implicit confidence in the solid banks of the country again these banks will be able to loan their money with safety, and then all industries will boom again, so that the matter of good times rests with the people entirely. Sterilized milk is a very modern d- vice for infants and invalids. U soils as high as fifty cents a quart, and 1» bought sometimes in quantities to last -the individual consumer a year. It in even sent to customers in Europe. It is shipped in hermetically sealed vessels, and may be kept like any other pro serve- Specimens' have been found sweet and wholesome two years after leaving the epw. , . Battle Creek Journal, June* U A man came to the city yesterday, and paid a-dollar on his subscription list; this was ao symptom, of the insan ity that later developed into a genuine case. The man drove to his home north of the city later, and after putting out hid bor^e, he started on .a keen trot for the* -city, arriving here almost breathless. The pubiio kindly provided for him Hutil his wife arrived and took him back home. <- .<. •?. The following item, clirped from the Ft. Jrtadiaon (Iowa) Democrat, con,$njns infor^ matipn well worth remembering:" "Mr. John Rotb, of this city, who met with an accident a few days ago, spraining and bruising his leg and arm quite severely, was cured by one 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Tin roofing and tul kinds of tin "work done promptly Joy Robert Schelly. -If Jfottct' Itelnllve'ln Cowo. The ordinance relative to pasturing cows in the street will be strictly en forced. 'No cattle will be allowed to be pastured in any, street, whether they are tied or not, and all cattle found at large in the street, whether tied or\otb- BalmV'-^ThiBremedyia-witfeoutatteqiwlfo^^rwJse, wilLbe taken care of. No sprains and bruises and should have a place ception in every household. For sale at Greene's anyone drug store. will be made to this rule PETER HdwE,- City Marshal. for We Want to Show our WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the County. W. T. DRAKE, Druggist, 240 State Street. T i .jplrcult Court, A -Full Line of Woolen Underwear . , ,jy. ., j For Summer Use Just Received, J, At Shanahan's. & they, have el«ctri$|igtits 4 The casis of \Normaij vs.. occupied moat of the da'y, and was c! j|jtiv- en to the jsry abput four o'clock, r -The ejectment case'of Cbailea L, Liv ingslou'vs Joseph Sinitlj..and Matilda^ I', Smith is now being Jxipi. y»* FOE &AIM I LOAD ONE •• CAR : of Cooking, Heating-, Gasoline and Oil Stoves, ONE H&IiF QAJEl JiOAD .of tin,ware> consisting of teajandr^ofiFee pots., kettles, mi|k pacs, pails, P^||y Uast pans, wash boilets, everythiog in tin, copper, porcelain, gw»*a - t -~ 1 HALF OAR LOAD - % -^ _ *^*Wy^*^!^^* ^^~^5?^~ ^5^ ^^ TW^^T , ****"'• of steeigood^ hoes, rj&a^ shovels, spades^hky,dutag and weeding " certificate* gf^freir feapers muat show all taies paid and ^^^T^W IR^BSj.™ WW— — " " a^M^cftM> pilbOBl tihel ; ^^ ^fBr V^P9^™ r . \ tl^ltaM^ % ,«WWW»| awj W«?B W j& fo^ltfi flnnruurAg anat npw ws^»s^ it will pair jr«u.|o, givejwf r /V^ 'Siijlp tw^wee Jftlftl «erit| (P* W ft -^SW

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