The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on July 22, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Saturday, July 22, 1893
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\ -.'.. VvM *-' /r^'.V^O'i •'- "i...,'.'. .*_' THE JDAfimr CHRONICLES, 4tJLY 22,'18& Visitors to the world's fair will find the CHKONICLK on sale at Geo. tf. War ren's news and .cigar stand in the Michigan building, "£,' ,-.'" * •. - , Pickels are'on a premium beyond the park. Dr. and Mrs, Houston 'are home from BREVITIES. H Shefifl Walkinshaw went to Jackson this afternoon. ••••••. ' • - ' » Mr. and MM. Joseph Cunningham are doing the world's s f air; • ? . G. S; Wrigh^ arrived FrSdaySfor an extended visit in this city. Mis? Mabel Patterson, of Charlotte, is visiting at jVC^ Patterson's. Mr and Mrs! W. E. Dodge, of Wor cester, Mass., are guests at C.' R. OS horn's. C. E. Brooks will preach at the M. E. church Sunday morning. Subject. Jesus or fiarahbas?' , Master FreddiaDowding has relumed home, from Gull lake where he has been the guest of Jamie Hitchcoek. Excursion to Ottawa Beach tomorrow. Mrs. Bishop Humeston, who has been visiting in this city returned to Jackson today. Mr. and Mrs. Orson Leach and daughter, of Jackson, have been visiting friends in the city for a few days past. Today they drove to Battle Creek for a.short visit. An Owosao paper suggests the hang ing of a slate in. church entrances, "Wfieinrthegirls can register, thus saving the time the boys spend waiting to see"fcho is there. People who are going to the world's fair for recreation had better stay at home. It is a hard task to do the fair, but it is worth sit it costs many times over. Mr. and Mrs. T. Shunahan have returned from the world's fair. Mr. T. voices the universal opinion that it is a great show, too much to see in a week or ten days, but well worth going to see. A party consisting of Dr. Marshall, W. S. Smith, VV. H. Porter, W. H. Ar thur and E.'H. Grant went intooanjpat Lyou lake today. They will remaia a week or ten days. At the annual meeting of ll'o pas senger department of the Michigan liuil way association iu Detio.t the Michigan G. A. R. posts were given a rate of 1 cent a mile to and from the annual encampment to be held in In ilianapohs m September. Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Cook and children returned home Thursday form Chicago, QMessrs, Wilson and Owens, of the C. J. & M. .shops, have purchased a hnle steamer an placed it on the river. - It is a neut little boat and will carry 13 or 15 persons. | O. F. Jordan, tbe new Michigan Central superintendent^ passed through tht city in $ special car Friday on a tour ol inspection. He was accompanied bj •Assistant General Superintendent R. H. L'Hommedieu, A. G. Dailey, Charles Carr, E. E. Toirey and A. Torrey. Tne annual reunion of the Ninth Michigan Veteran Volunteer Infautry will be held, at Lansing, August 15, with regimental headquarters at the Chap man house. Th& business meeUpg will be called to order at H o'clock a. m. The camp tire will oe at 8 o'clock in the evening. , ,•* The Statesman would be better appreciated were some'of its items more correct and Complete. In the last issue in describing the doings of « Marshall man at Chicago the name of the sleeper should have,- been lrv v ing Udell, the place Lincoln Park instead of world's , ittif ground. The item would hate been • more complete and, interesting 'had it , jjiven an »ccouot of -Mann Perrett's remaining down • town with pleasant company: uatU street cars na.d ceased,to '' Miss Addle Hoilon, of Albion, is visiting in th ! city, ...• • , ,. Mr. am' tlrs. Charles Partridge and daughter of Abbotsford, Wis., are visit* ing at Z. H. Denizen's. In the twentyfive pile road rfcce at Detroit tpday C. H. Weld of this city had a handicap of 2% minutes. F. H. Wnerry had t minutes, \ Service&at Grace church, tfniversalist tomorrow as follows. Morning, 10:30. sermon on the thought of "The Value of' Life." Evening at 7:36, subject— "The Better View." Pews free. Corner Jackson is going in pretty exclusively for cement sidewalks. They are being made of a uniform. width of live feet and' the cost of construction is equally shared between the owner of the abutting property and the city. Aid. Cole* man wanted to do the same thing here, but the council would not adopt the plan. Ruv. E. Cooley of ibis city ha« taken the agency of the official histor.v of the world's fair. 'The Work is said to be gotten up under the supervision of the officials of the fair andis very complete. It is finely illustrated and will boa valuable work for those who are unable to see the show and an excellent reference book for those who do see it. Mr. Cooley will bo pleased to give any in formation desired. Albion Recorder:—The eighteenth annual state camp meeting of the Methodists which, has been in session at Bay Afi ExtriidrdtOiwry iBMfralft—»8.OOO. A splendid two stdry dwelling and one \% story dwelling, with one acre of and, including excellent fruit garden centrally located. For terms apply' to D, CUNNINGHAM. Lf\yon wanfe a bouse built in short or der cati on Win. Shipley as he 5s pro pared tbCtfut you up a house ready for )fastenng^n ten days lime. Shop on Sagle streeXover Lynn's, 161, Hanover street. View this wej»k is but«limly attended and but little enthusiasm has been awakened notwithstanding the efforts of the eloquent and earnest workers and speakers. Various reasons are ad vauced for the slim attendance, the principal one being the chilly weather and the overshadowing development o: the Bay View assembly. Charlie Swiueford'n case baa ftcsidenoe, /.••At' Don't you want some of those ;tiue currants. Leave your oirdsr at I. S. Peters' hardware store before all gone. N. A. Sherman, the old reliable uni- rersal 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 of farm sales. If you have anvthing to sell call and sec him. . • For the accommodation of people tiv ing in the west end A. Watson Will sell Keu.chle's bread -and cakes fresh, at 10 o'clock every morning. , " Children Cry for Pitpher'* Castorla. \I wish to say to the people of this city and 'vicinity, 1 have moved my 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 my patent water gage alone, but are used on all the old style gages. I also handle glass tubes and glass 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 compete with this gage .and gasket for convenience and safety. I 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 & Son. * HENRY G. BKOOKS. Wanted. ' ' I have a customer with cash for a small farm, 40 to 60 acres, and worth from $1,500 to $2,000. If you have one for sale come and see me . Yours Truly, H.M.MERRILL. The new Lavetie safety mailing en velopes at Smith's studio. 5,000 spring' and summer samples have arrived. Call and telect your summer suit or pants. Better choice than piece gooda. Call and exum.)no before buying. Quality and price to suit at the taior,:> Over Fletcher's store. New stock Boughton's. of wall paper at Geo. Smith, tbe Photographer. Has some nice Frames for Cabinets and other sizes, just received. - Call and see them. If you wish to know yur future, send 10 cents with a lock/of your hair, stating in your letter date of your birth been I and your sex. PBOF. GEO. ROBERT, • quite a perplexing one. Dr. Francisco, of Saudusky, who was camping at Lyon lake, examined him and said that bis neck was dislocated and hi? opinion was shared by a local physician. Dr. Marshall, the attending physician would not listen to anything of the kind and maintained that there was no dislo cation or fracture. Wednesday wbcu the pension board met, Dr. Marshal asked Drs. Briggs and Bangham to si-t- the boy. They also thought there was a dislocation, at n'rst, but could not ex plain how Uhurlie.could have played a long time if bis neck had beep out of joint, a& he did the day the accident happened. Mr. Swineford then sent for Dr. tycGavefn, the physician who hud attended the family when they lived at Van Wert, Ohio. He arrived Thursday evening, and after giving the case a thorough exav^inatku decided with Dr. Marshall that there was no dislocation or fiaCture.. Dr. Marshall gttvo the case very thorough attention and examination and maintained his opinion against a decided opposition and is of course much pleased to think that Dr. McGavern decided w.U. him. 168 Lincoln Ave., Chicago, 111. 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 r)r. Sharpsteen for bis vegetable cure. - : - .Removed, ' .' I have removed my-office to Eagle block in the rooms formerly occupied by Dr. Houston,. EUAB HEWITT. Some of the Grand Army' bojr§ may btt in terestod in the following from Alax. B. Pope, A. D. C., Commander Dept. Tenn, and Go. Heaays: "We havo had an'epi- dero'io of whooping cough here (Stewart, Tenn.,) and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Jiaa been the only medicine that has don* any good." There is no danger from whooping cough when this remedy is freely given. It completely controls the disease* 60 cent bottles for sale) al Greene's drug street. S»l« of LidleH W»l*t8 thtn Week. 75o waists for 50c; |1 waists for ?C«o; $1.50 waists for $1. J., HOD. VV. V. Lucas, ex-State Auditor of Iowa, says: "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my family and have no hesitation iu 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, 2 and 60 cent bottles for sale at Greene's drug store. New potatoes at Cunningham's. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. World'* Columblau Kzpocltlou. The Michigan Central will sell tickets frora Marshall to Chicago and return at rate of seven dollars and thirty cents for tbe rouocLirip, limited to Nov. 5lb. Children under IS years or -age, half fare. Tickets not goed on 1, 4, 10 or 30. Notice Kel»tlve to Cow», The ordinance relative 'to pasturing cows in t^e street will be strictly en forced. No cattle will be allowed to be pastured in liny street, whether, they ar« tied or uot.'and ftll cattle found at large ia»the street, whether tied or otherwise, will be taken care of. No ex caption anyone will be made to, this rule, for PETEE Rows,, City Marshal. Notice. We are now prepared to furnish all" kinds of doors, blinds, sash, screens, mouldings, .corner blocks, etc Alt kinds of glass, plate, enameled, colored, beveled and plain. Also bee fixtures. uuU supplies at lowest .living prices. All work and orders attended to prompt * *~t i ' r _ *« ' •>'£%.••. 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 wilt accommodate visitois, also a list of boteU, illustrated with large , scale map, sold at M. C "ticket office Price 50 gente. ' ' -•'_ "Royal Ruby" Bye Whiskey is free from all foreign flavor and adulterants, naturally ripened arid matured by eleven years storage in wood, it is a "Rye as is a Rye," and costs no rnora than inferior brands. . Try at and you will never be satisfied to use any other. A pure old whisky is always free from fusil oil, which is a poison; and should not be taken into the system. Age eliminates it from the spirit by oxidation, and it is converted into fragrant ethera which give the bouquet to whisky. Sold only^by F, Q. Seaman & Co., Druggist. •'*••''' -'-• -;. v ly. Give-us a call. Yours jieapeotfujiyy STDABT * PKYEK Robert Shelley tias opened a tin shop in the building formerly occupied A» jueat market, opposite E L. Marpby'a store,. Give him a call when iu .any tin work. " ' ~-\ -'" ''•&\ j3» ^JAa4i*4^to4pft tae 4«wur, . No.ver has xempved^ber *tock of millinery to residence on Easti St^te Smith is making the new porcelain jmjiel photos. They just lill the biUJ or & nice picture. Cbaa. Kllbura baa opened, a ant the first door west of the To^tiue, the public is invited to' call. Fine stationery at the bazar store. I complete assortment alwgjB on/ " " i . We Want .to " "i-fj^V; 7- .v...*^^.-.. v *— t "!Bp^ t *'«'-i.' ^ -*" 5 ! ~*"' ^ 1 "* '**"*"« * r **^— £~ $-* ~ . * i *"»*» *•'•• • •J^teiinrfriiet'* - *- , •*.'•' • - - "^s^-v^^^^^^'JU; m^mi iNw* ¥Wi* %m trains and fftre, cadi on ¥ • v^f:»ni ,wp»«w» wiww*«9» '^^iioeBt.v-^ . x&&&8amaii£'?i ^. -•r~iMt»tt* ^-^I^^^^P^iftS^ ' >^tiA •-*" iiiBwsiapiasiti i^P ^^Wi?«fJ-.A-;'" < -. fR *f' V ^

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