The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on July 1, 1893 · Page 3
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VisUofa-to'lhe World's faiT will find he CHfcomcLtt oti sale* at Geo. F. War- ren'a news and cigar aland Sh the Mich' bailding, . / , BREVITIES. Frank Adams baa returned from Anu Arbor. James Beckwith and Geo. Wilson are ho&e from Chicago. ' • Misses Martha Gardanier and Mary Ferguspn went to-Chicago today. If you want a tirst class lunch call on tlio new resluraut, first door yrest of the Tontine. , Itilbiirh's restaurant vt&l be open day and night. The best dt meals abd luuches served. •,• • - - ">' ' „ '• ChSfl. Kilbiirn has opened a rcstaur ant the first door west of the Tontiue, the public is invited to call. The price of coal is liable to higher than ever this year. An advance of 25 cents per ton took place today. ''.';.'*• . ' ?Mn. Geo. Hoch and daughters, of Adrian, are the guest* of Mrs. Hoch's parents, Mr. and Mrs* John Hertkorn. Rev. C. L. Brinstad from the univer Bity of Chicago, will occupy the Baptist church tomorrow morning and evening. _ Boat cluti dues from July 18%, 1803 to Jan; ,Isv, 1§04 are^npw due. If you don't pay .you can't play, BO say the officers. ; -' Dr. Lu«conib writes to a friend in this city that through the failure "of the lv bank* at San Diego, Cal.\ ho has lost everything. , ! • The work of making the maps fort lie new county atlas'& progressing finely, of Union City, being -' Mrs. Mary Mflchelf and Miss Mamie' Giil arrived from ChicSgS tridny evening. , ' _*. TtfeEpworth.'League will conduct a religious service at the jail Sirfnfay at 2:30 p. m. anhjrtftf, fif i,hn mnfning sermon v;, „ C. E. Cleveland in charge Mr. and! Mrs.' C. EY Gill -arrived from Chicago this afternoon. They will oc cupy .the Dibble,resid^ie while Mr. and Mrs. Dibble are in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Dibble and daugh ter, Miss Josephine, Misa Eveli n Dib ble, Miae Satio Bpstwick and Charles D| Bpstwiok left this morning for Chi- cagol They will occupy C. E. Gill's residence and remain during tbe.ruonih of July. *•-,'' A, cur of a dog frightened n little colt belonging to W. H. Johnson so that it jumped on to thq wneel of his wagon • and 'narrowly escaped serious injury. Perhaps if the dog ordinance was enforced it would be as, well for the city. There are at least-500 worthless dogn in this citj that are good for nothing but to frighten, teams. In Detroit those not licensed ate drowned. Another anonymous correspondent sends in an effusion with the startling information that the "Yaw de was not named to please the CHRONICLE or any one outside the Ladies' Boat club. Possibly the -'outsiders" might have been relieved of any uneasiness in this mat" ter bad this information been made public earlier., We have two large waste baskets and would be pleased to bear from the balance pf the club.. Harper's Weekly for next week con tain's a large double-page illustiation of the great Harvard-Yale boat race at •''$fe.w London. The Yicksburg Floods and the atrocious desecration of one of ""' famous battle fields^-Gettysburg— Tt» a\rolley car lipe, are both-fully de seribecKand illustrated. Mr. Fuller's story* M Th*e,Cliff-Dwejlert.''growsmore inlere#jliog\with each number. Ihe present iuslgllmeot i* illusimted with a large-ball pagVcH* by T. de T&Blstrup. Tf E press pf tbXeounty, wilb scarcely ait exception, ^condemn Gov, Algelt for pardoning th« an^ichisUf. T-be gov.. sruor's (uScertion that they did'npt have a fair trial iabd hia censure _oi Judge CM*, countf fpr frft^P known ibat the supreme the trial iM, length M$ *<4w<4 This action has no at the Presbyterian church wilLbe tbe- fifth commandment. A part of the sermon will be for children in particular. Sunday morning,, at the Methodist church, the Epworth league will con duct an "Old Peoples' *' service at 10:80 a. m. Preaching |ri the evening by the pastor. ' . "Salt in Ourselves," thought of serui on tomorrow .morning at 10:80 at Grace church, Universalist. Evening dis course at 7:30 on the "Power of Jb'asci nation." Ma.rriagB licenses, issued July 1st: Fred Underbill, of Battle Creek, and Minhie Traft of Bedford; Freeman ,C. Proctor and Nina,B. Smith, both of Battle Creek. Under the new law., after the third of August, no school teachers certificates will ba issued" to applicants under seven teen years of age.- So persons younger than that must.lit themselves for examination at onc&i or wait a yeat or two, Frank Sylvester, the specialty man with tho Quaker doctor, speaks very highly of some photographic work exe cuted for him by Sharpsteeu, the photo grapher.. He was /taken in his different characters and was highly pleased with the style and finish of the work. Wo have received from Charles H Morse, Commissioner of Labor, a copy of the hew laws relating to the inspection of factories. Wo now havte strin gent'factory laws and it would bo well for our manufacturing institutions to post themselves regarding the same and thus prevent prosecution. Circuit cwurt has been in session al the week, chancery cases being on the docket all the time.- This morning t ' i. ¥"• . i Fine siaUotiery at tb^baaar state. A complete assortment always on han'd. ( •• '" •" ''*"""." ' < Some of the Of and. At m^ boys may be in ierested in the following; > from Alex.' B. ,' A. I). C,, Commahder Def>t. Tenft. and Qa. He says: "We havp had an opi r demic of whooping cough here (Stewart, Tcrtn.,) and Chatnbcrlaia's Cough Remedy las been the only medicine that has done any goo/ f There is no danger from tvhoop- ing cough when this remedy is freely given. tt completely controls tho disease, 60 cent bottles 'for sale al Greeiiq'e drug Btreet. A New Certain Cure for We dot intend to endorse any except arti clsjs of genuine merit; we therefore, take pleasure in recommending to sufferer* from Pile's in any form, a prompt and permanent cure. The following letters speak for themsolves: . Mrs. Mary .C. Tyler, of Heppncr, Ore., writes, One pkg. Of Pyramid Pile Cure entirely cured me of Piles from which I have suffered for years, Rtfd I hape never hr..".: ho slightest return of them since. Mr. E. O'Brien, Rock Bluffs, Neb., suys The pkg. of Pyramid Pjlo Cure entirely re- mo'ved every ,trace of itching piles, 1 cannot thank you enough for it. The Pyramid Pile Cure is a now, certain, painless cure for every form of Piles. It is safe, cure and cheap. Any druggist will get ilfor you if you ask him. ' Chafes on babies, sore nipples and in datamation of the breast instantly re heved with Lavundar Ointment, The new Lavette safety mailing envelopes at Smith's studio. For Saler-Agency Detroit Kvenlng News. Good thing for right party Enquire of • F. S. DECEL. My dear, remarked a lad> to a friend on the street today, we are going camp ing next week and would like to borrow your tent, I am sorry, but we lent our ent so much last yc.ar that it is all worn out. I understane though that Hnlctt has just got a lot of new tents, on pur pose to rent and no doubt you can get Charles Courtright was sentenced to| onotuere - Oh thank yon, I will go and the county jail for six months tor see him at once. drunkenness 'and Albert King got four I mouths at Ionia for burglary. Court adjourned at noon until Monday, July 17, at 2.00 p. ra. We hope the yaw-do ladies will con tinue their literary contributions, as it is a little dull for news just ut present and everything helps. There will be no paper July 4th, so they can have that day off. Send them in e.arly and be- sure to put two cent stamps oa the en velopes, because the post office clerks always give tne newspapers the names of all persons who buy one cents stamps. John Boynton, a well known character about town x was hurt in a runaway' this, aftfirpoon. He was driving Garrett Casey's poney when it ran away wita him. When near S, E. Cromn's store on Jefferson street he was thrown out, bis bead striking on the hub of a buggy standing near.'- Ho was taken into A. J. Rowley's place of business and Dr. Smiley called. He had a bad gash in <his head,and bled profusely, but we could not learn how badly be was hurt. Notice- , f To accommodate the people in the west entl, I will le§*e fresjfbrgad.cake, pics and cookies every day at the new restaurant, opposite the American laun dry. JAS. MCKELLAK The NoiVee. undenighed 40; close bur barbershops ail day July '4th, but will keep open Monday evening, Julj 3d, as late na there is any business. W. W. CLARK, R MAtrtm. B J , HDTOHWS DICK CLARK ' L. Smith, tlio Photngraph«r. Has some nice Frames for v Cabinets nnd other sizes, just received. Call and see them. If you are lingering from fevers, lung, lagrippe, catarrh, consumption, cough or bronchial troubles, asthma, heart nervousness, sleeplessness, dyspepsia, sick headache, paralysis, erysipelas or scaly skin, constipation or piles call on Dr. Sharpsteen for his vegetable cure, Hon". .W. V. Lucas, ex-Stuto Auditor of Iowa, says:' "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 claimed 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. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale at Greene's drug store. . - • If you want a house built in short or der call on AVm. Shipley as he is prC pared to put you:up a. house -ready 'for plastering in ten days time. Shop on Eagle hlroet over Lynn's, Residence, 151, Hanover street. New potatoes at Cunningham's. Notice Relative to Cow*. The ordinance relative to pasturing cows in the street will be strictly en forced. No cattle will bo allowed 10 be pastured in any stretit, whether they are tied or not, and al'l cattle found at large in the street, whether tied or qth erwise, will he Jakcn care of. No ex. ception will be made to this rule for anyone. -PETER How% City Marshal. Jersey Suits Cot li 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 the 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. ' The, Eureka baker's wagon''makes daily trips to all parts of the city, cairy ing ft full line of bread, cakes, pies and cookies. All orders will receive prompt attention. , JAS. Now Js'the time toorder your red cur rants, They *re larg« acid extra nice JLeave. orders with I. fi. FeJ^rs at etore l or residence* or drop A postal in We Wan^ to Show our U, S. senate .All papons M« oolified ^ 'to $2.25. 3.00. S. B.50 4.QQ Jersey suit made, elaborat- ly trmiinea* worth $7.00, our price now to - 4.50 Age* 4 to 8 at - ' ' " - - - " A fine Jersey suit, fancy trimmed, 4 to 8 at - - • - An eleg§nt Jersey suit, fancy trim med, 4 to 8 at - - - ** A Beauty, fiine fancy trimmed A few. fin^ -K|ll siiits 3 to 5, away down. We 'Will soph ilose them atthis^riee as we have other goods we will advertise ^ind close out right off. Shanahan.

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