The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on July 26, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Wednesday, July 26, 1893
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Visitors to (he 'world's f*ir w m find the CBBONICLE on sale at Geo, F. War rett's news and cigar stand in the Michigan banding. that we are to loseTicfc- es Agent Ogbojfn oi the Michigan Can' * ' •'-' • -" A, G Randall, of Tekonsha, county commissioner Of schtibls, was in this oityitoday, , •'„•'.,„, Miss Lydia Gray, of this city, iei visiting at her Taunt's, Mrs. Sam WitjSonX at 'Battle Creek. Tbe ladles of the Universalist church will serve ice cream at -their church Thursday evening. . Howe and family, of San Mateo; Cal., have been visiting at R. H. Sand erson's. They left for home this after noon. Mrs. Geo. Balcom and Satie have gone on an extended visit to Hastings, Grand Rapids, Cedar Springs and other northern points. The next regular public examination of teachers for Calhoun county will be *eld at the high school in the city of Marshall on Thursday, Aug. 3d, 1803. Alonzp'Babcock, who has been in pdor health for 18 months past, died last night* The funeral will be held , Thursday afternoon at two o'clock at tho bouse on North Eagle street. A special train on the Michigan Cen tral railroad, carrying a daughter of the late division superintendent C. B. BuXh tp the funeral of her father, made the distance between Nilea and Jock sou, J10 miles, In just two hours. There will be; a matinee at the fair ground Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock for horsemen and wheelmen. Th»re will be five Dicycle races and a number «>f t.rpttinjtraces. An admission fee of 15 cents will be charged to cover ex penses. There will be--, plenty of sport from atari to finish. O/ne reason why the railroads do not make a rate of a single fare for the round trip to the world's fare Is because they are carrying about all the paesen gers they can as it is now. If they cut the fare in two they will have'to carry twice us many people to make as much as they do now, besides being to the ex pense of extra trains. Tho railroad companies are not in business for their health or pleasure, but like other pepple are looking for the almighty dollar and as long as they can corrall a satibfao tory number at the present rates, they are not going to lower them. About two p ? P4. Tuesday an intoxi cated person took a chair in front of the Herndon. Soon he was apparently , asleep, when the clerk of the house re quested him to move on. The request wasjjdt heeded and the clerk lifted him to bis feet and told him to walk. He staggered, to the edge of the side walk and got down quite limberly. Soon he tipped dver and lay on his back on the side walk. The hose wap brought out and the water turned on, the stream striking the squatter square in the. face with considerable ; force. He stood it .for some time and then slowly moved off on aH fours, going around the cor ner out of the reach of the water. He will probably pot visit that locality again when he wishes to take a, nap. There seems to be a growing disposition among the railroad officials, says the Chicago Tribune, to attribate the small world's fair business .to the flutm eial situation and not to the, fact that railroad fares are too high. Many of them profess to believe that no amount o* reduction in passenger fares will, at the present time, result in large crowds ol visitors. The passenger ttgei^iofoae of ^tbe western lines tell*, of Iua4ttfperi $ne« with the proprietpr of, » large - world> lair iiotel. wt^was. incensed ai railroads because he believed Walter Seabolt, of Ann Arbor, Is via Hing at A. Bennett's, Jr.- 1 E. E. Siinchcomb and family had picnic at Brace lake today. Chauncey Brewer returned from Bat tie Creek Tuesday evening. *' Mrs. Georgfr-Bttllard visited Mr* Charles Gardner at Battle Creek today ,Mfcs Carrie Rowley went tc Ohio, this morning to visit Iflias Strait. . . ' ' -.V ' *"' ' • Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Southwprtn^and Miss Mollie South worth haVe returnee from Chicago. • • Will W0od says that it nothing hap pens he will leave for Chicago, about August 14. ' Persons going to tfce Worlds fair can obtain room* in a private family at Englewood for 50 cents per day each where two persons occupy one roonr. Breakfast can be had if desired! The address can be obtained at this office. Miss Nellie, daughter of Col. and Mrs. Frank Risely of Grand Rapids, is a guest at Trinity Rectory. The young people who formed Miss Risely's ac qnaintance a year ago will bo pleased to-welcome again so delightful a visitor in Marshall.. Tbe pcstniaster general has stopped the mail of the.Natiotial Savings Investment company, of Tekonsba. It is said that the scheme was too much like a lottery. A Marshall man caused the postoffice department to look into the way the affairs of the company were be ing run. Free Press: Last year Michigan had a line crop of balloon casualties before this time in July, Up to date only one aeronaut has 'lost bis life in the state, and he was drowned, and only one balloon has been destroyed by fire. Aug ust and September are still good months, however, and the record may yet be broken. There la more or less complaint all the time about bycyclists riding on the sidewalks. It is a very easy matter for the wheelmen to make lots .of trouble for themselves, as they can by keeping out the way of pedestrians use the walks to a considerable advantage. Unless some of them are more careful somebody will get hurt and there will be a stop to all riding of bicycles on the side walks under any circumstances. Prosecuting Attorney Clark bavin* been unable to lind from any sources m bis command, any decision of the su preme court covering the case of the Albion saloon keeper, who >s charged with keeping his saloon open the day of a special election held there to decide a question of street paving, has written to Attorney General Ellis, asking an opinion from him in regard to the case. It is said that all of Albion's saloons Were kept open the day m question, with one exception. A s ,«— plendid two 'story Dwelling Wanted—Girls or smart boys to pick ovur beans. Apply at office at once. H. J. COLEMAN. Keceiver'ii Unless previously disposed of at pri vate sale, I will O n Thursday, the 81st day of of August, 1883, sell at public *»le at the front door of the court house in Marshall, Mich,, all remaining as seta of the NationarCity bank, consisting of a 7-ia interest 'in the property known aa the Eagle block, also the Bui- laid Manufacturing works, both pieces of property being looated in tho city pf of Marshall. Also quo large bauk safe (dbuble door, steel box and time lock,) office furniture, also all notes belonging ta bank remaining Unpaid at that time, and whatever remaining assets of said bank may btf renpiningfo my, hands at ' one IK story dwelling, with one acre of land, including excellent fruit garden centrally located. Fd* ternis apply to D. If yoo want a house bnili in short or der call on, Wm. Shipley as he is pre pared to put you up a house ready for plastering .in ten days time. Shop on Eagle street over Lynn's, Residence. 161, Hanover Street. ^ Smith is making the new porcelain enamel photos. ThiyTusT~BU the bill or a nice picture. For the accommodation of people liv ing in the West end A. Watson will sell Keiloble's bread- and cakes fresh, at 10 o'clock every morning. . Children Cry fot Pitcher's Castorla. „ Some of the Grand Army boys may brf n terestea in the following from Ale*. B. Pope, A, IX 0,, Commander J»ept. Hewn. and Ga. Heeaysi «W«hftTa had an epidemic of Whoopim* 1 cough here (Stewart, Tenn.,) a«d Chamberlftin'i Cough Bemedy has been the only, medicine tiiathii done snygoocL'' TterBisnodadgerfrttawhooo. tog cough when this remedy i» freely git^, It completely controls the disease. 60 cenf bottles for sale al.Greeue's drug street,, feon. W. V. Lucas, ex-State Auditor of Iowa, says: "I haye used Chamberlain's and have no ,' hesitation to saying it is ail excellent remed persons I believe all that is claimed for it. afflicted by ^tfgh^r-enia ^i^ friend." Therms no danger from whooping cough when this remedy i« freely gi«en. 2 and 60 cent bottles tot sale at Greene'* drua store. Farm WaDtecI. I have a customer With cash for a small farm, 40 to 60 acres, and worth from $1,500 to ;t2,000. If you have one For sale come and see me. , Yours Truly, H. M. MERRILL. The new Lavette safety mailing en velopes at Smith'* studio.' summer samples 5,000 spring and have arrived.' Call and select yoin summer suit or pants. Better choice ban piece goods. Call and exam'ne before buying. Quality and price to nit at - TED'S, the tailor, Over Fletcher's store. . Homes for visitors to the World's ] is the title of* neat little book, contain'"? the » dd wss of about 9,000 families* &&SStfS3S l S?3Srt£ gfeS'fe.g"" "• °- ltek " oaSt "Koyal Ruby" Eye W&akey i» free from all foreign flavor and adulterants, naturally ripened and matured by eleven nan storage in wood, H is a "Rye as is a By»," and coiU no more than inferior brands. Try it tad you will never be Satisfied t6 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«limkates it from the spirit by oxidation, and it is con- Tertedinto fragrant ethers whfohgit* «w bouquet to whisky. .Sold only by *>f 'G. Seaman <k (Jo., Druggist. :> * ' Removed, I have removed my office to Eagle ocfc in the rooms formerly occupied v I)r. Houston. ELIAS HEWITT. - r . . r Robert. Shelley has opened »tm §hop in the building iformorlS 6c6apied-ai meat market, opposite E. L. Mnrphy 1 . store. Give him a call when in need of any tin work. Chas. Kilburn has 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 always on hand. ' Clearing out sale all this week at SHANAHAN'S, v_. T*muj further We Want tqf Show our ,• ' - - *»;.'/. -'* • v '" ' ; *" %; * "' • '"' 1 ' *fc Wfftft *» * s w**" ' " " " ""

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