The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 16, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, June 16, 1893
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THEBAILt 16,1893. ret Visitors to the World's fait will find i «nle at Geo. F. War ftaiod fe the Mich- * > It very often happens that •'. In makingready r fdr the press There is a corner to be filled-^ An irih. or.t^r^say, were or less. lt*8*Mndy jasi lo have about, Some fellow who can-w*4t6H* i y«r«er~»- Like this, to filt.the cplumu out. E. D, Clark, of Jackson, is in-thecity, John f*. BenUejr is |bnJ|e : from Chiea Mr^, and Mrs. Fred Huggeti arc in Chicago:' , . .,Mrs. JS. H. Gorham goes to. Chicago totnorrdw/^ , .•-•''• • ; Mrs. Dr. Pierce, of Jackuon, was in the city today. *?-"•..' ... Mr*. N. J. Frink?and daughter have returned from Chicago. Fred; Karsteadt returned last night after a short stay. Ip Japksdn. Tb'e : Battle Creek Mooti notes the 1 of the watermelon season. Mrs. Ganze and Mrs. Butler returned from- the woHd r « lair last evoniDR. . Mr. and Mrs* Jjelllsun and Miss Alice* Weetfull .went to Chicago yesterday. 4>bn^ulaoy^ Adams has gone iuto tlrogricery busjness'in Battle Creek. Mrs. Arza' Robinson returned to her home in Battle. Creek this mbrnipg. Mrs. L. W; Mci/ee, of Battle Creek, is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. L. Murphy. Cook BjCothflts JbaVe improved the ap pearance of their placo of business with » cottrof palntr visited Marengo Only five more days of sfehool. Miss Lii&e Watson Ja visiting, son friends. Homegrown strawberf ies are making their appearance in the market. The'^telephone-line was burned out this morning. Lightning did it. Miss Jenuftf Hdpkins is itt-Beldiog, called there by the Ulesf of a brother. Mrsf Wm. Hutchins, of Fredonia township, died very suddenly yesterday. Mr. and* Mrs. Alfred M- Zoteler pf Boston; arebxpected at P^ A.JJpicer's tomorrow night. - : This has has been a day of Uncertain ties, so,far as the wbathep is concerned, at least. Mrs. -A. Cunningham and her daugh ter, Mrs. Humphrey, of Toledo, are vis iting in tire city. • . Judge Ingersoll is reported much bet ter today and if no new complications arise lie will recover. 'Me invitations to the piano recital this evening are given outbj the pupils to a limited number of their friends: The lightning/lid considerable age in Marettgb yesterday. H.F.Bang liatn had a horse kille'd* George Hodge man'd barn and C. A. Millet's house were, struck and,: a m»n whose name wo did not learn iatl eight^ sheep £.000 spring and stfttume r Camples have arrived./ Call 'jind. select yom ummer suit or panffe,. 'Better choice ban ptece,gQQdB. Call and exanrue before buying. Quality find price to t at IB D'g, the tailor, OVev FMoherls store. this iuornjag.; No; particular damage is reported.- Hj'i .1 '. ._ . The eleven year old son of Fhineas dough; of ' Sheridan, was killed by lightning Thursday night. Mrs. Chas. Yap Yalin returned this inbruing from a week's visit at Battle Creek. Mm. Mark Hurd, Miss St. John aad Eddie Hurd left yesterday (or Chicago and the world's fair. Mr. T. Uealy will remove to Chicago next week, -where he has a position' at the Chicago Driving park. The seventh .annual meeting of the Music Teachers' Association will be held at Adrian the last, of the month. Children's day will be observed at the Baptist church next Sunday at the usual hour for holding morning service. Geo. Ingersoll returned from Ann Arbor last evening, being called home in. consequence of the severe illness, of his father. .- . - •_-.-•• Miss Alice Morey passed through this city Wednesday night on her way home from Denver. Her many Marshall friends will be glad to know that she has fgUv recovered her health. To keep cut roses an authority rec ommendtf Changing the water twice a day aud clipping the ends qf the stems at each changing. Use cool, not. cold, water, A ,£ut whjte and yellow roses, near th^wiMowY set the vases; holding the red antf pink' roses in a dark corner of the rpona, , *. A case of bananas arrived at George Coleman's this morning. Mr. Cole- matfs popular clerk, B. li«feWeSmytbe, proceeded to unpack-the case with his ' usual vigor., ^Suddenly three full sJjied tarftnj»la« JeaipJ.Jfortjb. prepared togjse WJ|f momentarily , IJlh; . ; The marriage of Miss Anna J, .May ham to Mr. Arthur Reed Lewis, cf Hoi land,, formerly of Marshall, was con summated at 1:30 this afternoon at the home of the bride's cousin, C. J. More house, 220 Woodward avenue. The bride was attired .in a cinnaujon colorec India silk, elaborately trimmed will ribbon to match. She. carried brid roses, and a white prayer book, which she handed to the minister, who read therefrom the Episcopal service. Miss Shaw, of Chicago, a cousin of the bride played Mendelssohn's wedding march and R. R. Claiborne, rector of St. Luke' church, entered the parlor accompanied by the groom and his best man, his brother, Mr. Charles W. Lewis, of Mar shall. Simultaneously the bride entered the room with her uncle, Dr. T. F. May bam, of Fond du Lac, Wis-JEhe groom was accompanied by a page master, De' Forest Morest, bearing a silver tray on wiiich was the marriage ring. Dr. Mayham gave the bride away. The bridle couple btood under a floral true lover's knot. The parlors were decorated with palms, a variety of ferns and pink and white roses., After the ceremony .congratulations weie offered and the guests were invited into tke dining room and the library, where an elabor ate lunch was served. Iu the dining room tlie dining table was decorated with pink and white roses and smilax Pink and white carnations ware arrayed alternately at the plate of eicb guest. Tye presents were very handsome. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 'eft this afternoon for Holland, where they will reside. Those present,from out of the city we^e Dr. T. F. Mayhaa, wife and daugber; Miss Anna Shaw; Mrs. G. VY. Sawyer, of Mantorville, Minn.; a cousin of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lewis, daughter and two sons, the groom's parents, sister and brothers;.Miss Maiie Spieer, «*l Marshall;•• Mn and Mrs. Charles Andrews, of L~erad«, Texas: Mr. ClaucM Mayham and Mrs. M, K. Fre'ernaer, $t 1 Schoharie, N, Y.,'and Julia Moiebouse, of Albany. 'Royal Ruby" Ry«s Whiskey is free from all foreign flavor and adulterants, naturally ripened and matured by eleven years storage n .wood, it is a "Rye as is a Rye,* y attd epstg no toori ihatr*iiifoti6r brands/ Try it and fo\i will never be satisfied to u*5 any other.' A pure old whisky is always free from fusil oil,, which IB a poison; nnd should not bo taken into the system. Age eliminated it from the spirit by oxidation, nnd it is con- "vertcd into fragrant ethers which give the bouquet to whisky. Sold only riy ?. .Q. Seaman & Go., DruggiBt. , • • ' A Sijrelcal Operation. | For the cure of Piles is always painful, often dangerous and useless, and invariably expensive; on tUe other hand there is a new certain care, perfectly painleas,-gives instant relief and permanent cure and costs but a trifle. It is the Pyramid Pile Cure. It is a more Certain cure than a surgical operation, without any of the intense pain, expense ,and danger df .an operation. Any druggist will get it for you. Just assure as hot weather conies there will be more or toss bowel complaint in this vicinity. Every person, and especially families, ought to have some reliaole medicine at hand for instaut use in case it is needed. A 25;«pr' ''SO cent bottle of Chantberlain's Colicr'Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is just what you ought' to have and all' that you would need, even for tbd inost severe and dangerous cases. It is tho best; the moat reliable and most successful treatment known and ispleasant to take. For sale at Greene's drug store. ' . • -'• with the assistance of the younge^ fte^-rsucoeeded in eubdu : ing tb>vicious insects. They, are now ,'on exhibition at George Gqleman's store. AH are. cordially invited to inspect from the . fpUowing wblcb was picked up BatUe Cree^; JMtn^tt K^nW iy t|i»| Mp! among its rewdenta jp? : some \ note of ; Circuit Court. FBIDAV. la the replevin case of Norman vs< )Uined}]a&.t, the jury returned a verdict for the defendant. * - The ejectment case o'f Charles L. Llv in^aton vs. Joseph, SuiiUi and Matilda M. SmitU-lB now on trial,: where to find 'it?' Lyca will tbow>Vou: AJs^'ttn*b^st ieRdJn, white or m coXob. sold at reduce stock tftaL U tt * -***#<-^. ^,-TS, -781 *S ^^;^* si^-y^^^^^f*. ^5--- -5-j /-..^ .*.__. - SM^foSA^Jii %''^f--3L;«.*-' T '~:^'' '• '. ? r ' / :•} &A ^f-z^S^'^^m-*^ A f,**5Jf%=fs,- ! -»'-« 5 ?Sn-&-V^a J: _^' . , '-" '^'S^BEgSSJratfrf'* ~-l.^*^j>?t$^3.rJ&£?if\~g.'(!i~^ -• , ~ "v Kodnetlan gal« of ri»ntg.-~Now !• th o Time to Bay. To close out my stock of plants I now offer the entire lot at about the coat of grow ing then);- - —- . 50C pansies at 25 cents per dozen; GOO Eng gliah daisies, 25 cents per dozen; 100 verbenas, 80 cents per dozen; iOO geraniums, 75 cents per dozen; • The above are i'n bud and bloom and ready to produce an'immediate effect ig the garden. . y - " • '•' "• 100 asters,* lO^centl "jper dfizen; iOO petunias, 10 cents r>er doz;en; SOffphlox 10 cents per dozen; 200 celery, 10 cents per dozen; plants, 20 cents pdr dozen; 1100 peppers, 15 cents, Miscellaneous potted plants, a large as- ortment including roses, fuchsias, be g» nias, etc, 25 per cent on*. Call at Goo. Coleman's storj on StaU street or at 59 E. Green street. CLfFTONf B. RAWL1NSON, Notice ltelutlv» to Cow*, •" The ordinance relative !o pasturing QOWS in the street Will be strictly en forced. No cattle will be allowed tp be paSTured In any street, whether they are tied or not, and alC cattle found at large in the street, whether tied or otherwise, will be taken care of. No ex ception will be made to this rule for anyone. • PKTEK HOWE, ' ,; City MarBhal. The new Lavette safety mailing envelopes at Smith's studio. • Drunkennd.w* and the Liquor Ilablt, Poll* lively .Cured bjr ArfmlnUterlng Dr. - Oolden Speolflo. A New Certain Cure Tor Pile*. We dot intend to endorBO'.any except articles of genuine merit; we therefore, take pleasure in recommending to sufferers from Piles in any form, a prompt and permanent cure. The following letters speak for themselves: Mrs. Mary C. Tyler, of Heppner, Ore., writes, One pkg. of Pyramid Pile Cure en- irely cured me of Piles from which I -have uffered for years, and I nape never hp.J '.ho lightest return of them since. Mr. £. O'Brien, Rock Bluffs, Neb., says["he pkg. of Pyramid Pile Cure entirely removed every trace of itching piles. 1 cannot thank you enough for it. The Pyramid Pile Cure is a new, certain, painless cure for every form of Piles. It is afe, cure and cheap. Any druggist will get tfor you if you ask him, California cherries at Cunningham's Soineof the Grand Army boys may be in created in the following from Alex. B. Pope, A. D. C,,' Commander Dept. Teun. and Ga. Jle says: "We have had an epidemic of whopping 'cough here (Stewart, Tehn.,) / and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy jas been the only medicine that has' done any good'."' There is no dagger from whopp- ,ng cough when this'remedy is freely given. It completely controls the Disease. 60 cent bottles for sale al Greene's drug street. It IB t^ftoufactuied M a powder, which can be Klveirin a glue otb«er, » cap ofcolTee orte*,'- or Ib food, without the knowteUg««f the patient. It U absolutely hatmleBti, and will efl'. ct a permanent and gpeedy cure, whether the | atlent 1» . . Moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. It ' aaa been given ita iboaiandii of cacei, aad in ' every Instance a perfect nure haa followed. It never falls. The ayitem once Impregfiated with the Spcclflo. U becomet an utter Imppwi- bllltr for the liquor appetite to exlit. Cares guaranteed. 49 page book of particulars free. Address, GOIJDEN SPECIFIC CO., 185 Hue* 8f^ «Hnelnnatl, O 3mith is making the new porcelain enamel photos. They just till the bill or .a nice picture. „,•••. New potatoes at Cunningham's. Strawberries Michigan Berries Daily at J. Cunningham's Screen doors and windows all sizes at Bosley's We are desiius of closing out all Spring Jackets and Gapes for Ladies . Prices aU cuti to fljb. ^ S.V.B. Notice to CyelUti. The practice of riding, bicycles on the sida walks must be stopped at one*. Any persons violating the law in this respect do so at, thair own peril. Keep off the walks and save trouble. PETEH HOWE. Marshal. * We Want to Show our WALL to Every Person in the, County, W.T.DRAKE, Druggist, //" 440 State Street,. . *. ' ' -. 'J ,1 T * - . *!- .. -. ^..'-iV^ ^^^•^^ss^^ses^^it^f.^', .«*'„; ...... . -,- - * ' -' • •**•** -*-^ ir^^i*.^ 3.v^r^5 !^- .&.s?lfe^s4f;s«^^EMSi?t

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