The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on July 24, 1893 · Page 3
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Visitors to the world's fair Will find the CBBONICLE on sale at Geo. F. War f<en's news and cigar stand in the Michigan building. "?C $^i SREVITIES. £• . \ - j, 1— ^ tat. -atfd Mr*1 F; A. Stuart left this morning for Chicago, v ~ A.- Lawrence Wright returned from Albion Sunday morning. • There will bo an excursion to Gull lake next Sunday7 r July |0> \ Mrs. L. Sweet," of North Brbokfield, N. Y., is visiting at H. £, Day's. The excursion to Ottawa Beach' Sut^r day was (julte largely attended. Miss Mary Bosley, of Boston, is yisit ine her parents a«d friends in this city. Miss Mazie Wheeler and her friends the Missoai Buohanan went to Chicago today. Mrs. Levi Swartz, of Cadillac, Mich., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ira Mahona, West Mansion St. F. W. Dickey left for Cleveland this -" Dr> SmiteyV'wbar was In* idwil jshysio-, ian consulted in the cade 'ol Charlie Switteford, inform^ as thai he neve'r for an instant thought there Wad any dlslb < catioti or fracture. He gavtt the case a veVy thorough examination k after the dislocation theory was advanced byDf. Francisco, and 9 ascertained that nothing •of the kind had occurred, The person who gave our reporter iafof ma tion on the subject, evidently made a mistake. Members of the Equitable Aid" Union in (his city are in receipt of a copy of the E. A. U. Herald, a paper printed in the interest* of -i'b'cii order at Erie, Pa. Hereafter notices'of assessment-Will- be matte onlj through the Herald; The notice in the July Herald la of particular interest to the members in Marshall, as it is made to pay the claim of the late Win. D. Adams, Who bfcld a certificate for $725, The union was established here in Nov., 1890, and has met with but one death thus far. ' The law concerning stray animals is not so well known as U should be. If yon take up a stray animal you must, in ten days give notice to your township clerk, who must make an entry of the , >-< , —If yon want Chouse built in short or der call on Wm. Shipley as he is prepared* to put you up a house ready for Mastering in ten days time. Shop on fogle street over Lynn's. Residence, 51, Hanover street. »• afternoon. 'He goes to Detroit and takes a boat from there. Abo Engleinan, of Ionia, who has been visiting his father, J. Engleman, returned home; today '. At Detroit ^Saturday F. H. Wherry came in tenth in the 25 mile road race, his lime being 1:10:41. Walter Dion, of Battler Creek, who has been visiting his grandfather, J. Engleman, left for Ionia today. Mrs. L. Ferguson, nee Carrie Engle man, who has been visiting at J. Eagle man's, returned to Parma today. >Iklr. Q. C. VanZaut, of ibis city, and -Trmmrberof young la-lies and gentlemen are camping at Gognac lake. The Michigan Teacher's association building, located about five miles south of Muikegon. on lakes Michigan and Monn, will be dedicated August 3. It is reported that a Tekonsba man chastised his wife quite severely, bt> cause she had the sewing machine re paired to the extent of tbiee dollars. There will be a social lunch given by the Ladies' Beading Circle, on the lawn in front of the, residence of Mrs. Kenney and Mrs. Farnsworlh on West State street, Tuesday evening, July 25. A general invitation is extended. The time for holding the joint meet Ine of the prison boards and boards of cjntrol of the several state institutions for the purpose of considering the convict labor question has been changed from Wednesday, August 3, to Tues day, August 1. Attorney, General Ellis has filed an opinion to the effect that the county treasurer's certificates relative to the payment of taxes which are required by the-new general tax law, should be placed on tile by registers of deeds receiving them. He says the register's are entitled to a fee for filing them alse. Gottlob, Sonmid, a member of the same; then you advertise the animal in your local paper and sixty days after such advertisement has appeared you apply to a justice of the peace to sell the animal, lie issues a warrant to the constable, who gives ten days notice by by posters and you get all your ex penses, The penalty of taking a stray animal and not giving notice hi |5, and besides the owner can come upon your place and take it away without paying you anything. , «Tn An ^«tr»»rdln«r» Birgatn-ia.OO^. . A splendid two story dwelling and >ne 1% story dwelUng, with one acre of and, including excellent.fruit garden jehtrally located, tot terms apply to D. CUNNINGHAM. 8om»bf the Grand Arri? boy* muf tw in created id the following from Alex. B. Pope, A. D, C,, Coihm«fide* iJept. Tenn. and Ga. He nays; "We/hate hftdan epi- lemio of whooping cough hare (Stewart, fenn.,) and Chamberlain's Cottgb Remedy lias been the only medicine that ha* done any good." There ia no danger fromwhoop- Ug cough when ibis remedy hi freely gitin. It completely controls the disease. 80 cen» bottles for sale al Greene's drug street. Smith -js making the new 'porcelain enamel photos. They just till the bill or a nice picture. ~ For the accommodation of people liv hg in the west 4nd A. Watson will sell Keuchle's bread and cakes fresh, at 10 o'clock every morning. Hon. W. V. Lucas, ex-State Auditor of Iowa, says: "I have used Chamberlain's tough Remedy in my family and have no lesitation in saying it is an excellent remedy. ! believe all that is claimed for it Persons afflicted by a cough or c»ld&will find it a, riend." There is no danger from whooping cough when thiarjemed^Ji Jreely giyeix .3 and 60 cent bottles for sale at Gwien*^ drug store. Children Cry fot Pitcher'* Castorla. ^ Farm Wanted. •"" I have a customer with cash .for a small farm, 40 to 60 acres, and worth from $1,500 to 12,000. If you have ontr for salu come and see me. . . ; Yours Truly, H. M. MEBRILL. The new Lavette safety mailing en velopes at Smith'* studio. A Sharper^Caogtit. About two o'clock, this afternoon young man appeared at" the register's office in the court house and handing a paper to Mr. Kelpey said he needed a little help. He bad a glass eye and pre tended to be very deaf. The paper was a subscription list, which he was oiveu lating to raise money,jo go to Ann Ar bor to be treated fur deafness. The pa per was gotten up in good shape, the heading being printed with a type writ er. Much to Mr. Kelsey's astonishment he found the list headed by N. J. Kelsey with a generous subscription of five dollars. Attached to the paper was a little note, stating that the bearer had worked for him a number of years, wax a worthy man, and just what he represented himself or something to that *•! feet, auii-this was signed N. J. Kelse^ IB both places the signature wag aguod imitation of the genuine. Mr. Kelsey inquired where and wi)«n he got bis recommendation and the man answered that he got' it at LeRoy last Saturday afternoon. Mr. Kelsey immediately had the fellow placed under arrest and be was taken before Justice Tillotsou. His examination was adjourned uqtil Tuesday morning. He gave his name as Geo. Carl alias Smith and said his home, was in Toledo. He was so deaf when talking* with Mr. Kclsey that he (Kelsey} had to put all his questions in writings After the ar rest nia hearing improved so that be could hear what was to him. He had a 5,000 spring and summer samples have arrived. Call and select youi summer suit or pants. Better cho.c* than piece g6ods7"^airii^d~"e"xa!nS l before buying. Quality and price, to suit at TED'S, the tailor. Over Fletcher's store. I have removed my office to Eagle block in the rooms formerly occupied bv Dr. Houston. ELIAS HEWITT. Homes for visitors to the World's Fair s the title oFa-Heat little book, contain- ng the address of about 9,000 families, who wilr accommodate visitors, alto a . list of hotels, illustrated with larg* scale map, sold at M. C. ticket office Price 50 scute. ' "Royal Ruby*' Rye WhUkey is free from all foreign flavor and adulterants, naturally ripened and matured by eleven years storage in wood, it is a "Rye as is a Rye," and costs faqmoro than inferior brand^ Try it and you will never be satisfied to us* 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 «ther» which give the bouquet to whisky. Sold only by V. G. Seaman it Co., Druggist. ••;;•. < ''•'-' - Robert Shelle.v has opened'a ti*?sbop in the building formurly oocnme4 ai meat market, opposite E. L. Marphy's store. Give him ft call-when in need of any tin work. : , * '• s ;,,., .•-,.-.. , . _-..i. ;•, Chas. Kilbora ha* opened a restaurant the first door west of the Tontiue, the public is invited to call. Fine stationery at the bazar.store. A complete assortment alwaja on band. little over seven, dollars on .his list be side the* five put 4own to Mr. Kelsey, II amounts. German Workmgmen'6 Benevolent so ciety, died at 'Kala-mazop Sunday morn ing at ten o'clock of heart failure. The 1 most qf it being in s; funeral will be held Tuesday afternooaj at two o'clock from the German Lutheran cliurcfe of this city. All members o| the above society are requested to meet this evening iu Arbeiter. hall to make the necessary arrangements. Many curious and interesting sights ,,are seen on the Midway Plaiaauce, this Cleaiing out sale all this week at SHANAHAN'S. ' z. * We must make roo'mxfor our new goods. Attend the clearing out sale this week at Sbaaahan's. - - street of all nations, the "Mecca of ail' s _ visitors to the great world'* fair at Cbi oago; but among til,! its exhibits the "Panorama of .the Swiss Alps" is doubt < lass the moat highly artistic, ,To those " -whose «ood fortune U his been:to go "abroad,," this panorama awakens old and |p the njiany who Jwa fortttjo&te this really-jsraud to a revelation, It is a perfec of tbe faoied Notice Knlattve to Cow*. • ' , The ordinance relative !o pasturing qoww in tbe felreet will be strictly en forced. No cattle will be allowed to be pastured in any street, whether the; are tied or not, gnoV^U cattle found at large in the street, whether tied or dtb> erwise, will be tafcdn care of. ception will be made to this rule for to Show our Chty Marshal,

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