The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 23, 1893 · Page 3
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3 -J" rAl f . _.„,- ,-J ^world's Wit MBI find tbe CtfKOmdiJB: on sale at 0eo. F. Warren's news and cigar stand In the Mich' igan building. '• '.."."'..... . BREVITIES. • -, Vacalion is here. mfo^u! again. / '- ". ° .' ' . »i% tJ6nle| is back jfrom Texas. ^ ' : . John J?i>e8hane is here from Chica v ; ; . . : '... -. V ..' :'•' ,'... . Chas. Hafter is in the city front Tolo ringeraoiria;Jiomefroni1S,nn Ar •t t .*''•* • i * ;• '. •*- . v ?. Tremble Is here fr*m( Al was in this is , ..S. Geo. Leo Katterjaon is hocbe from ; is with Hart, High street, fever. " • Miss Florence Harper arrived home from.Grand Rapids today. Key. J.S. Cleveland, of Gettef a, O,, will Occap_|';lhe pul|Al..ftt. thft .Bapliat f , token of their regard the pupils of ^iss Maria Root presented her with an elegaut book yesterday. Mrs..C..Di" Brewer atid a party of froni : tke east'eft fof^' Chicago this . . . to Crtjw*. The tfrdfnaflce rdalive to .pttaiuritig cows in he"fitr6et'wilK'be >trictly en forced, N6 cattle will be allowed to be pastured ia' afrf fittest,' Aether they are tied or not, and alt cattle" found at large Wttiiii street, whether U?d or. otHi er^ise, will be taken care ef. No ex. ception will be niade to this role for anyone. PETE!I HOWE," City Marshal. legan. . •. Miss Nina Foley «o*a to Chicago to -•night. T. 8, Dorsey, of Homer ity today. < • :'•<•''•• An wrergency hospital is one of the needs of Marshall. / -Mrs.Fiske, of .Detroit, Mt^. Montgomery's. When gossip beats, tar, tongue tells the Mr. and Mrs. George Perrett returned today from a shojt vi8lt in Jackson.. The big Ferris wheel at Chicago was formally intfodpced to the public J - rf Edith Busted, of. Albion, is the of her cousin. Miss Maltha Gar of the class of '93, Marshal high- School, aj the Presbyterian Church this evening. Mi-i and Mrs'. M. .Qfegsc, of Hi>mer, and James Gregg, of, New Jfersey, are visiting at W. J. Gregg's. , To the Albion Recorder has bejEin as signed by Auditor General turner the prmting year, of the county tax sales this / Of the . r . Mrs. Harry L'ibenthal and sou, Ban nie, leave tomorrow fpr a»viHit with friends in Ohio. Miss Grace Westf all leaves tomorrow fpl Ellsworth, Kan* She will remain a qpuple of months. r Qnly 100 degrees has been indicated by the thermometer as the extreme of heat at this date. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Brewer and daughter, Belle, returned from the east Eighteen thousand cjfces of Michigan sttawbetries weib received in Chicago day this week and 'they were the finest Of.the season.; ' , • 'Mrs. Settf Lewis left yesterday for a visit of two month* with relatives in Grand Rapids\, Traverse City and other points in Wei'tern Michigan., ,, Mrs. F, C. Stuart wilV continue the business' of;her husband, as "for years past and will resume work nextMon day. See new add next ..week. * The Quaker doctor draws large crowds every evening and holds them until a late hour,. He has testimonials from several people in Albion; Charlotte Leader: , The mother of Robert, D. J., and Thomas Dx>novan is dangerously ill at her hoine in Marshall and the bo'js arc dividing their-time be| tweea that city and Charlotte. (. New potatoes at Cunnijaghani'a.. Reduction Bftte, of PI»nt».-l*ow' U tt» . ' Tltole to »"y. To close out my Block of plants I now offer the entire lot at about the cost of grow ing them'.' ',." " „, ' OOC ptosie* at 26 cenU per dozen; DQO Eng- gliah daisies, 25 cents per doien; 101) verbenas, 30 cents per dozen; 100 geraniums,. 76 cents per dozen. •The above are in bud attcl bloom and ready o produce an immediate effect in the gar- en » »> 1QO asters, 10 cents.per dozen; 100 petunias, 10 cents per dozen; 200 phlox 10 cents •per down; 200 celery, 10 cents per dozen; 00 egg plants, 20 cents per dozen) 100 pep- ten, 15 cents. Miscellaneous potted plants, a large ns- ortment including roses, fuchsias, bego j etc, 26 per cept off. Call at Qoo. Coleman*8 stora on State street or at 59 E. Green street,, V, > ^ * , Good sttoituer wood at'$1.75 £ef cord at C. T. Grants. ; '_» ' For the accommodation of people Hv ' ing in the West end A. Watson 'vili sell Keuchlo's bread and cakes fresh, at'iO o'clock every morning. Some of the Qrand Af rtiy Boys may be in • terested in the following from Alex. B. Pope, A. D. C,, Commander Depk.^Tenn. and Qa. He says? "We hiivo ,had ah e'pi- demie of whcopintf rough here (Stewart, Tenn.,) and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been the only medicine that has done *any»good." There is fid QAtttf&r ff o'm Whodp- ' ing cough When thin remedy is freely given/. It completely controls the disease. 50 cent bottles for sale al Qreoue's drug street. • Kniltll, tl>« Photographer. Mas some nice /Frames for -Oabineta' and othetf'sizes, just received. -Call aatt see them. , ' • Fine stationery at the bazar store. A complete assortment always on bund. If you arc lingering from fevers, lung, Ingnppe, catarrh, consunlptiout cough or bronchial troubles, asthma, heart nervousness, sleeplessness, dyspepsia, sick headache, pliralysis, erysipelas or scaly skin, constipation or piles call on Dr. Sharpstcen for,bis vegetable euro. "CLIFTON B. EAWLINSQN.'" Detroit Evening lor right F, S. party. For Sale—Agency News. Good thing Enquire of - 1 " V * - ' T Hon. W. V. Lucas, .ex-State Auditor of Iowa, Bays: "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my family and have no hesitation in saying it is an. excellent remedy. I believe all'that'is claime'd for it. Persons afflicted by a cough or cold will find it a friend." There is no danger from whooping ~cough when this remedy is freely given. 2» and 50 cent bottles for sale at Greene's drug store. last evening So far Mlohiiican has sent more visit orsto the world's fair than any other state. , ; Miss Minnie Maser left today for Rochester, N. Y., where ane will remain for a couple of months. - Martin's orchestra, of Battle Greek will furnish- music for the graduating exercisus this ev ting. At Allegau teu cents admission fee was charged to the graduating exer pises. iJqtabadidea. VYill Wood will begin work iu tb,e postoffiee next Monday morning. Miss Hayes* wilireUre July 1st. Mrs. F, W. Dickey and sous, Harry and D wight, left this itoruingfor a two weeks' visit to the world's iair. There were 8,200 absent minded people last year, who mailed letters, and forgot to put apy address upon the envelopes. • - Cbas. L. Hotter,!of Vitogua, Wis , is in the city, the guest of H. G. Brooks and wife, East State street. Mr. Potter is traveling ^gent for the United States in the interest of the Broftka P*wnt Water Gage and Guskets An experiejooed horseman suggests that those who are troubled with warts on horses or cattle will liud castor oil a thorough and complete remedy. Sim-' ply rub the wart with the oil now >»nd then until it dies away. Dr. • Hopkias s has so fa| recovered from bia pro traded ollnees as t,o be abje t*!Jdj>°i»|, , ^and Mrs. Hopkins ure U The class programs for the high school commencement were the finest ever gotten out for any class in this city. They came from the CHRONICLE job rooms. Misses Josephine Fletcher and Alice Weatfall and Bert Gardanier and Bert; Lewis drove to Battle Creek last even m»ct^rjti|ie4 at4he W Dr. Smiley hs* mao.aged ing where they attended the cominenc- ment exercises The Baptists of this country gave J18 007,413 into the treasuries of their churches last Year.. It is notstated how much the society mthis'city contributed toward this amount The Quaker doctor removed a monster tape worm 12»j{ feet in length from the system of H, S. Drake this morning in one hour and a half without pain or sickness with one dose of (^ua^ker herbs. Worm, is on exhjbitibo at Johnson House. ' Battle Creek Moon, 92d; A gentle man from Marahall was in the city to day lookiiig for a "boarder at the Wash ington House pf that city, .who hac jumped his board bill and who is also believed to have taken, f 1.50 out of the cigar case of the hotel. The real enemy of the^.hor^e is not cold, but dampness, and against that it is to be defended at all points. II a horse begins to cough let him be put in the sunniest driest-part of the stable and he will sooner recover, even, though hia new situation be much copier'than the old one. Dogs in damp kennels always have the rheumatism and horses have .even less affinity than dogs- for dampness. " , , Our former townsman, (goBgressman Walter 1. Hayes, of Iowa, tas bee$ ill at Carter'* Strictly Pure White Lead, Warranted. Do you know where to find it? Lynn will show you: Also the bett standard lead in white or in dolors, sold at a mar velously low price to reduce stock on Saturday, June 17,1893. Thlsdayonly. Come and see. No. 53 North Eagle St. '-. A N«fw -Certain Cure-for Piles. A Ve dot intend to'endorse any except arti- clss of genuine merit; we therefore, take pleasure in recommending' tp sufferers from , Piles in any form, a prompt and permanent cure. The following letters speak for them- selveus " - ! ' Mrs. Mary C. Tyler, of Heppucr^Ore., writes, One pkg. of Pyramid Pile Cure eu« tjirely cured me of Piles from which I have suffered for years, and.l hape never h»J the slightest return of them since. Mr. B. O'Brien, Rock Bluffs, Neb., says- The pkg. ol Pyramid Pile Cure entirely re- movfid every trace of itching piles. I 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 itfor you if you ask him. Chafes on babies, sore nipples and in datamation of the breast instantly re heved with Lavendar Ointment. The new Lavette safety mailing envelopes at Smith's studio We have an immense line of Jersey Suits, we will close out immediately. We had the option to buy these at a very low price or return them, we could not resist tW temptation, so purchased, and, now we give our customers the opportunity to do likewise. We can now for the first time sell a neat Jersey Suit Age 4 to 8 at - - - - $225. A toe Jersey suit, fancy trimmed, 4 to 8 at - - • - - > • 3.00, An elegant Jersey suit, fancy trimmed, 4 to 9 at - , - - - 3,50 A Beauty, fiine fancy trimmed - 4.QQ The finest Jersey suit made, elaborat- ly trimmed, worth $7,00, our price now to and' ! 6i>» wiiicb required the, rare medical a kill aniiadguj Lasti evening irbe,n Mr. W». Shipley returned feoa» : wprif'. Ws.w^e iavUed Minatothe par^r W>4 «M»*W» in» haudsome upatiiftere4...,,.. at a Wrtttd*y pmen*. ,l»| .iP»e of employ as Ctofcea "*" Wwhington fdr the ,p»st t -,»- -, r ^— -The Washington correspondent of Ihe DetsoU Free ?resa.under 'd.ate of-the m. »st. SSJB: f'HIjJllnegs was ^ ease close -' ,', * A-few fine Kilt suits r 4.50 to 5,' away down. We will soon them at this priefc as, we have' other goods wp will and J3iose,put right' off . ^ f T. Shanahan f bis; tor .the federal ow^nv«4e«cent a . p to TSbw Bn|tland .^o% - teachera ^^ 1 ' ' - 1 J l-.

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