The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on July 13, 1893 · Page 3
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u want a custom made suit or a pair of trousers atgreal Lookoter mt stock, everything mnst go in 30 days.to make rbtrni for Fall MIERS, THE TAILOR. :, . " ',.. ••-... ' <F ' ' . - ' •'.- ''••• ; • . n 1. 'Visitors ttftb.6 world's fair will'find the GHKONiCtB on sale at Geo. F. War t$if a ne^s. and cigar stand in the Michigan building. ,,- . - M5s$ Essie McDoweM went to Jackson this morning, A. 0. Arnold, of'Battle Creek, was in' this city/today. , C. E. Thomas, of Battle Creek, was in this city today. Irene .Briggs, of Kalatnazoo, is^visiting at Fftnnie Cooley's. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brown returned from Chicago last evening. F, B. Snyder returned last night from a business trip to Detroit. Mrs. Charles Wagner and children went to Albion today. F. D. Mitchell and wife, of Chicago, are at L. P. Hubbard's. Charles Griffith, of Jfane, Pa., is visiting friends in this city. 1 The Baptist ladies realized ten dollars from ffieir supper last evening. Don't forget to go to tbo Universalist ohurcb and,get short cake and icecream tonight. A party of young people will dicoic at Brace lake this afternoon and even ing. ' Licensed to wed: 'Byron E. Beaupre and Mrs. Ella M, Owens, both of Bod- fovd. Wm. Connor and Albert Ward left this morning for a business trip to De- waciao. Misses Stella Murdock and Mao Chesher go to Ceresco today to spend a weeK with relatives. Miss Ellinor Woodrufl, of Beuton Harbor, arrived this afternoon fct a visit with friends m this city. On account of the rain the bicjcle races were postponed until next »Vet{; nesday afternoon. j • John Powell, Irving Udell, Viuorgc and Sid Tremble left this morning fora week's stay in Chicago. Toe Misses Sutherland, who have een visiting at G. C. Bentley's, left for their herne in Detroit this morning.' Jerome Prentice and wife, who have been visiting at F. VV. Davia' left for their home in Buffalo, N-. ¥., this;morns A suit in the tlnglisli chancery' court, begun one hundred ana (ifty years ago, wfts concluded the other disX The^goV: ernnicnt duties and. Jeghl fees covered nearly, the entire sum fought for; Work is being pushed as rapidljujia^ possible on the P«g(J Bros. Buggy Co.ls wilding. 'WheO.Completed they will have as well an arranged plant of that kind as there is in thestate' The C. J. & M. arc distributing many iron rails along its track to replace those r%w in use. There 13 a great im provemeut in the road bed compared compared with one pear ago. Hon. John S. Blanchard, of Ionia, an old-time Michigan democrat, has been appointed a special pension agent at a salary of $100 a month, Mr.Blanchard is the father of Mrs. T. G. Stevenson. * Hon. Daniel Strange, democraticeap didate for congress last fall from this district, is on the list of applicants for the position of assistant secretary of agriculture at Washington, He has a largo number, of competitors, / •• The/Michigan,. Central will'run a Attention! " I)0n't you want somevof those fine currants. Leave your ordnr al I. 87 Peters' hardware store befor$ all gone; special excursion to Chicago Wednes day, July 10. Fare for round,trip $4.55. For. further particulars se0 operator. Notice elsewhere in this paper. Word has bceu received that James B. Callan, who was shot July 5 at Bloomington, III., is getting along nice ly and will bo out in a few days. The report that he. had abused his wife was false. • A coroner's jury HI. Memphis found that the deceased "came" tb~-his—tteath- by a blow or fall which produced inflammation of the brain, causing erysipelas, which was aggravated by alcofcol- ism nnd morphine poison." Thr.t was not much of a "find" for an ordinary coroner's jury. The following are the names of the kmibers of the Senate Fishirg Club, of 'Upper Sundusky, Ohio, who are camping al l.yon lake; P J VauMartu, (i H. Uoppold, W.-II. Hoppold, Churl. -.a Lltibenthal.tDr. J. Francisco, li. J, M> era, W. B. Gordon, Holliu H. Duan, W . B. UitchcocK, Jr. The party report ex celknt success fishing and iutcnd stay ing as long as good lusk stays by tnem. "What aro those straw bur ries worth, asked a .lady of the proprietor of a fruit stand?" Ten ceiits a quart, he replied. Tliis important necessary of^ife has never been as low. in price as A\ Wnt son now sells it. Enquire at his store befow you purchase A.WAT,- Homes for visitors to the World's Fni'iK is the title of a neat little boon, contain ing the address of about 9,000 families, who will accommodate visitors, also a list of hoteh, illustrated with large scale map, sold at M. C ticket office Price 50 sente. For the accommodation of people liv ing in the west end A. Watson 'vill sell Kcuchlo's bread and cokes fresh, at 10 o'clock every morning. World'* Colombian Expedition. Tbo Michigan Central will sell tickets from Marshall to Chicago and return at rate pf seven dollars and thirty cents for the round trip, limited to Nov. 6th. Children under 12 years of age, half fare. Tickets not good on 1. 4,10 or 20. -Fine stationery at the bazar store. A complete assortment always on hand. N. A. Sherman, "the old reliable universal auctioneer, is prepared to attend sales of all kinds. He sells anything and • "everything, household goods farms, city property, stocks of goods of all kinds, and makes a specialty o farm sales. If you have anything to sell call and sec him. If you ate lingering from fevers, Jung, fagnppe, catarrh, consumption, cough or bronchial troubles, asthma, heart nervousness, sleeplessness, dyspepsia, ick -headache, paralysis, erysipelas or caly shin, constipation or piles call; on )f. Sharpsteen for his vegetable cur^. Hon. W, V. Lucas, ex-State Auditor of owa, says: "I have used Chamberlain's Jough Remedy in my family .and have no rcaitntion in saying it is an excellent remedy. ' bolieVo all that is claimed for it. Persona ictcd by a cough or. cold will find it a- frtond." Thore is nOdaugor from whooping couteh when this remedy is freely given. 2 and SQ^cent bottles for sale at precne'fl drug store. *"" ' Iteinoved, : I have removed my office to Eagle block in the rooms formerly occupiet bv Dr. Houston. KLIAS HKWITT, Ilr, Ileniiett. Specialist of Chronic Disunsi-s «ill be at the Herndon Saturday, July Htli. Free consultation irt German am English. N. 11.—Such cases as have failed to re ft ire benefit elsewhere arc especially fie sired If you Want-a house built in short order call on\Wm. Shipley as he is pro pared to purwou up a house ready for plastering in ten days time. Shop on Eagle street over I-ynii's. Residence, 151, Hanover street. New potatoes at'Cuantngham's. ; : . Notice UelHtlvA tto Cow*. .The ordinance relative\!o pasturing cows in the street' will beXstrictly en forced. ' No cattle will be allowed to be .pastured in any street,- whether they are tied or not, and all cattle found nt large in the street, whether tied or\ otherwise, will be taken care of. No\er, ception will be made to this rule for anyone. • • PETER HOWE, City Marshal. Kilburn's restaurant will be open day and night. The bt-st of moals and lunchesBorvid. California cherries at Cunningham's Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Mrs., Rose Simpson, of Robertson, Iowa, who haa been visiting relatives in the city for some time past, returned home today. , . . Dr.'E. J. Marshall aod W. H. Arthur went to Brace lake fishing yesterday af, ternoon and returned .ivitb as large a catch as usu,aH We understand taal one of our mo«l popular young merchants is thinking quite seriously of taking a partper for We,. ._ . Tb!8. families of 11. L Peek, Charles Brooks, A, Forsythe, Z. Darren, E. F. Tieroey, together with Miss Dot Kelly, left today for a two., weeks' camp at Brace laktr. Charles BorridaUe died Jaat ni|bt at italf past eleven. : F^uaeral will be held - tomorrow afternoon at half past, three O'clock at the home of Mrs. X J. Brings' on NortbJ&ladisott street., i • The bias at tfa$ M. C. K. li- elevator are being etaptted, wbien occurs year at this tiom, and a_ thorough, iu spectioij of them is pe have & "quart,""and sh'o a- regulation quart measure. ''J ust take a bqi madam, 1 ' sajd the obliging dealer, but =he had. the measure there .for a purpose and when be bad emptied. t\vo ioxes ioto it she left with a pleasant smile, while he cuffed his youthful assistant and kicked a friendly dog teii feet iqto the air and ,half way across the street. Anyone wishing to enjoy a pleasant hour watching sonic f*8t trotting, can lind no better place than the UaeJi at the fair ground. Every morning the local horsemen are out speeding their promising trotters, and. people might go a great deal further and not see as fast trotting as occurs ?efy «ftt>a in the friqivdly "brushes" between those at the track- There is no reason why Mar shall cannot eubtaju Us reputation, for good and fas.t horse flesh and develop some speedy ones that will astonish J' 'world. 5,000 spring /nd summer samplfcfl have arrived. Call and select yoiu summer suit/or pants. Better cho.ce than piece goods. Call. and cxum'ne before buying* Quality and price tQ suit at •- ----- TED'S, the tailor, Over Fletcher's store. you troubled with Piles? Use Blake's Suppositories Per box, fl. For sale at Elston's drug store Address airmail or/lwr to G.D Blak.e, Marshall, Mich. Kor Over >lfty MBS. WINSUW'S SOOTHQW STRPP has hcen used for children toothing. It soothes the cbu4, allay a all pain, cures wind colic, and la the beet rcmcay for diirrhcea. Twenty-flve cents a bot- ' tM. sold b) all draggiats throughout the world There will be an auction of furniture Saturday, July 15, atSouih Eagle street, No. 105, t.yB: C. Talmadge. dju S....A SHEKMAJS. Auc- The largest stock the lowest prices HYDE'S Drue Store You can always find the best Cigars at Greene's Drug store. Call and Try Them, The irest Pertumes always in stocfc at G. Greene's Drug store : Ladies ar call and When you want a whiaky fox medicinal, it pure, "Royal IRtby" Bye is Fttriu Wanted. I hay%a cuatouier with cafch f9.r a smaH farm, 4Q to (SO acres; and worth from 11,500 ta$3,000.,. Ifjou'haijw on« j for sals come aTld see me. I valescent. (Bottled at distillery.} ' ' v . YourrTruly,-,,' \ WINE CO., CHICAGO. Fpr aals by . ' • " U.M.MEBBiix. . Seaman & Co., druggists. G«t Oa Sunday, ~Jnly 33, the O. J. & M By. Co. wiUruj&ji, special low rate ex Marshall 40 W. r , »* f-_TZ. *C , , 0* £_ * *- n j- tA *-*—m ^~ . ~r. •

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