The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on July 21, 1893 · Page 3
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THE DAILY OHRONICLE, JULY Visitors to the world's fair mil find the CBBOSICLB on sale al-Geb. F. War ren's news atid cigar stand .in the Michigan building. f BREVITIES. C. T. Dickey went to Gull lake today. Geo. .Powell went to Battle, Creek t^ day. . H. J. Hyde moved into his new. house It is said that suits will be rommenced against the Michigan Central for darna ges on acpdunt of the accident that caused 1 lie death of one lady and the injury of two Others at Lawton. recently. The claim,is made -that the condition of the crossing was the cause of tie accident. : Karl Hagenbeck is now °itt America, and nis Wonderful show in Chicago at tracts the attention of all people. The Att Extraordinary Bargain—«S,000. •' * A splendid two story dwelling and one i^stpry dwelling^ with one acre of land, including excellent fruit garden centrally located. For terms apply to D. CUNNINGHAM. a short time since. M. J. Giliett's house on Mansion street is ueating completion i D. Qsborn's new house on High street is completed and he has moved in. Miss Virginia Bailie arrived Thursday^ for a visit with friends in this city. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry tjickey, of Chicago, are at the Dickey college at Gull lake. . . _• , ,-,. George Strath has the foundation for his new house on Mansion street nearly completed. Miss Dora Welch and, Miss Mellan son, of Kankakeo, III., are visiting Mrs. Matthew Grace. H. W. Mnmaw today sold a handsome monument to Dr. Kellogg's, of the sani tapiumof Battle Creek. J ; 'A^o^jO^rlln weiit to Port Huron Thursday to set some furnaces for the 'Marshall Furnace Co.v It is 'rumored TBad ne couldn't account for the presence of a hair pin in his vest pocket this morning. L.- H. Crainton's house on Mansion street is enclosed and the woi k of com pletion is being pushed rapidly 1 forward. Patrick Bice, who has been wHh Wm. Martin for a time post, bus resigned to at August issue of McClure's Magazine contains an article in which the, great- animal importer and trainer tells bjs adventures with boa constrictors, crocodiles, hippopotami, bears, elephants and other wild creatures. The Michigan weather crop bulletin If yon want a bouse built in short or dercallon Wm. Shipley as he is pre pared to put you np a , house ready for plastering in ten days time. Shop on Eagle street over Lynn's. Residence, 151, Hanover street:* N., A.,Sherman, the old reliable universal auctioneer, Is prepared to attend sales of nit kinds. He sells, anything and everything, household goods (arms, city property, stocks of goods of all kinds, acid makes a Specialty of farm sales. If jou have anything to sell call and See him. * 6 For the accommodation of people liv ing in the west, end A. Watson will Sell Keuchle's bread and cakes fresh, at 10 o'clock every morning. for last weejf is encouraging. Hay making has been retared. by .the rain, Attention! but the crop is an immense. Potatos buckwheat, corn andr garden stuff are in good condition. . .A much better wheat harvest will 'be ..obtained than was expected. The beads are well fill oJ and straw good, except ou'heavy soil, T. B. Skinner, of Battle Creek, was in tbis today for the purpose of closing a deal with the Edgerton Bros, for the BDltinglBrewing property, just west of the casket factory. Mr. Skinner was to give in exchange a farm in Barry county, and as the abstract.was not up to date the trade was tibf made, but probably will ;be'in the near future. We did not learn what Mr. Skinner contemplates doing with the property. The first of the week John Houston, while putting on some coal, took off his coat and vest and laid it on the coal bin. When the coal was unloaded his vest, containing a watch a watch that cost over $100 was missing. He Don't you want some of those .currants. Leave your order at I. S 'Peters' hardware store before ail gone. . wish to say to the people of this city aad vicinity, I haye moved mf business to Marshall and am now prepared to supply all Who use Steam the Brook's patent water gage and patent gaskets.. These gaskets are not confined to niy patent water gage alone, but are used on all the old style gages. I also handle glass tubes and class tube cut' ters. I am selling these goods all over the' United States by thousands to railroads, and in fact wherever steam is Used. There is nothing in the world to Children Cry for Pitcher'* Castorla. Farm Wanted. I have a customer with oath for *> small farm, 40 to 60 acres, and worth from $1,500 to 12,000. If you have ona for sale come and see me. - • ,. Itburs Truly, H.M. MERRILL., The new Lavette safety mailing en velopes at Smith's studio. compote with this gage and gafeket for convenience and safety. •'!/ would be pleased to have any and all who are using steam boilers to call and examine my goods. Office', East State street, opposite of J. Court «fc Son. /HENRY; G BROOKS. 5,000 spring and summer sample have arrived. Call and select youi summer suit or pants. Better cho.cv than piece goods Call and exam'oe before buying. Quality and price to suit at • TED'S, the tailor, Over Fletcher's store. j. accept a position with Trumy Bros. Jackson. Among the recent monuments placed in Oakridgtt cemetery is a beautiful one placed on the lot of Mrs. Mary Wheeler by Shafer, of Buttle Creek. Mra. Anna Danike Brearley and daughter, of Rah way, N. "J., arii visit ing at Trinity.church rectory with Dr. and Mrs. Van Antwerp. Marriage licenses issued July 19: Edgar Latter, of Battle .Crtek, and Maude Heebe, of Brady, Mich ; Cowries Eastman and Mamie Q. Welch, botn of Albion. Mrs, J.W. Wood, Mrs. JfTH. Van, Mrs. Geo. Powell, Mrs. C. ff. Fletcher, MMJ Emma Hall and someuadies frjm Albion are with Mrs. Smiley* at Gull lako. Train No. 0 on the MicbigaA Central, which leaves Chicago at 3:1Q p. m.; is crowded with passengers now;. The train consists of from 9 to 18 coaches every evening: BThere was a row in Perrinville Wed ne&day and a number of warrants have been issued by Junice Cunningham for the arrest of some of the parties interested. It is said the marshal of Eaton Rap ' ids has been instructed to arrest all per sons' in that place using profane language. Sucfi an order in Marshall would necessitate a big increase of our police force. ' Jack Brady, a notorious character at _Battlc Creek, lost AQ MSA at Jackson £ Wednesday. Be attempted to catch on train No. 18 as U was pulling out, and was thrown under the car, his right arm falling oa the. rail aud the wheels . passed over it, mutilating ^t horribly. ~ arm was amputated close to the thought that it had fell in the bin and got covered up with coal aud looked around some, but failed to find it. The next day he. went to work- shoveling coal and recovered the lost articles r John says he did not care much for the New stock BoUghton's. of wall paper at Geo. Smith, the Photographer. Has some nice Frames for Cabinets and other sizes, just received. Call and see them. wish to know yur future, send 10 cents with a lock of your hair, stat- Kemoved, I have removed my office to Eagle block in the rooms formerly occupied by Pr. Houston. HEWITT. w.ajtcb.butbe hated to lose the vest as ing in your letter date of your birth it broke a suit and he never could stand | and your sex. PROF. GEQ. ROBERT, it to wear an odd vest. | 168 Lincoln Ave., STATE ITEMS. shoulder. Brady waa wanted at gattle Creek' for assault' and battery ".at the time the. stccident happeaed. , \ fiattte Creek. Journal prints the St Johns boasts that it is doing more building than any other town in central Michigan. Tbe Chicago and West Michigan will re move the train dispatcher's office from Holland to Grand Rapids. The furniture men who have been visiting Grand Rapids had a big time at Reed's Lake. , Work on the extension of the Manistee and Grand Rapids road is not going on. Stringent money market. Kate Terrio, a Muskegon woman, received a divorce pn .Saturday. She was married the following Monday. The Christian crusaders have billed themselves for their annual campmeeting at Mount Pleasant, Aug. 3 to 13. William MeGruer, a farmer living near Memphis, was kicked in the groin by a horse. He is not expected to recover. Two emissaries from Zanesville, O., have again shown themselves at Adrian with .their eyes on the coveted A -Irian college. Upper peninsula min«o are taking advantage of the low ratea'made by the many "wild" boots now plying between Marquette and Cleveland. A woman., living near Midland left her baby on the bed.- An alder child climbed up and sat on the babe's stbtaach. The baby may die of peritonitis. Mr. HarrUww 3M»y Not pe a Candidate. NEW YORK, July £1,—J. R.. McKee, father of Baby MeELee, is at the Manhattan Beach'Tiatel, where he has, tola many people he did not think ex-President Harrison would consent to be a candidate for the presidentii|l .noniina- Jbion in 1896. He says, however, that the ex-president is, continually oeing I If you are lingering from fevers, lung, lagrippe, catarrh, consumption, cough or bronchial troubles, asthma, heart nervousness, sleeplessness, dyspepsia, sick headache, paralysis, erys^elfts or scaly skin, constipation or piles call ou Dr. Sbarpsteen for his vegetable cure. H*rgalii Snla of L»dlea WalaU tUU Week. 75c waists for 50c-, f 1 waists for 7oc; $1.50 waists for ft. J. S. WHITE & Co. New potatoes at Cunningham's. Children Cry for Ditcher's Castorla. World'* Columbian Kxpsvitlou. . 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. 5tb; Children under 13 years of age, half fare. Tickets not good on 1, 4, 19 or 20. Some of the Grand Army boys jcoay bo in terwtad in the following from Alex. B. Pope, A. D. C,, Commander Dept. Tenn. and Ga. He says: "We have had an epidemic of whooping cough here (Stewart, Tenn.J and Chamberlain's Coujfh Remedy . has been the only medicine that has don* any good." There is no danger from whoop, ing cough when this remedy is freely given. It completely controls the disease. GO cent bottles for sale al Greene's drug street. Hon. VV. V. Lucas, ex-State Auditor of Iowa, says: "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my family and have no hesitation in aaying 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 » freely given. 2 and 50 cent bottles for sale at Greene's drug store. followiog, t*k«o frojsnthe Champaign, importaaed J>y feieixipS to rap again. A Fatal Trip to t!w Fair Notice. We are now prepared to iuruiab all kiuds of doors, blinds, sash, screens, mouldings, corner blocks, etc. AH kinds of glass, plate, enameled, colored, beveled and plain. Also 1 bee fixtures and supplies at lowest living prices. All work and orders attended to prompt ly. Give.«us a call. ' Yours Respectfully. ' 1 STCABT * PRTCEB. WAYSE. July - Dp\vnells^ a~ Manchester (N. H.) youn woo lost bis money ' Smith is making the new porcelain enamel photos. They jps^fill the bill / or a nice picture. Homes for visitors to the World's Fair is the title of a neat little book, containing the address of about 9,000 families, who will accommodate visitors, also a list of hotels, illustrated with large scale map, sold at M. C ticket office Price 50. sent*. "Royal Ruby" Rye Whiakey is free fro» all foreign flavor and adulterants, naturally ripened and matured by eleven years storage in wood, it is a "Rye as is a Rye," and coata no more than inferior brands. Try it and you will never be satisfied to use any other. A pure old whisky ia always free from fusil oil, which ia a poison; and should not be taken into the system. Age eliminates it from, the spirit, by oxidation, and it id converted into fragrant ethers which give, the bouquet to whisky. Sold only by F, O. Seaman & Co., Druggist. ' : .'Y Robert Shelley baa opened a tin' shop in tbe building formuriy occupied as meat market, opposite E. JU, Murphy « store. Give him a call when in need of any tin work. ,_ Chaa. Kilbura-had opened * jrfistaur- ant the first dqor west of the Tpatiue. the. pliblia is invited to CAlJ. • : - \-.^ Fiue stationery at the bazar store. A complete, assortment always, 91* Juwd., ' ant Tto Sho,w our the ne6essi>J for a regulated were c»t off. jpte can t eralisb annuftl qacup mjaetjog to te held — . - - w^. _ •«• 9 « __ * - jtit _J*se-y< _o_ m _ - - ~gt _l^a. -Tlfr V ««tf^k>« Persii nt

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