The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on July 29, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Saturday, July 29, 1893
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"•V* t & :< i Visitors to the world's fair will find the CHRONICLE on sale at Geb. F. War en's news-rand cigar stand In the Michigan building. , / BREVITIES. Mr^. 6elle Brownell and Pearl Bro.w nell went to Athens today. ^Charles »T. Croniu, of Battle Creek, Was in'this City-this n Miss Mabel Gray of Grand Raplds^is visiting at Mrs. J..C. Frinks. Excursion to Gull lake Sunday. Train leaves at 8:30, standard time. Hoop'er, ned from s trip to Wasiiiiiflton and New York. The examination of George; Carl was .adjourned yesterday until next Thurs day. •• _ ._ - f ..- "' . •'' _ ! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ball and daugh* ter, of Homer visited at E. W. Hollon's Friday. The Aeolus bicycle club desire to an. nounce that the races at the fairground .Friday were hot given by the club. Mr. and Mrs. L. €. Miller, MissPhebe Allen and Miss Mary Blakeslee are ex pected home from Chicago tonight. ,i The ^'Hudson council has ordained that no man in the habit of becoming intoxijated sWil be employed on the streets. It has bocn suggested, that Misses. Bailey and Bosley give a concept during their stay in this city. Tbuy have num erou's admirers who would be pleased to hear them'tfgain. ;'' Quarterly • 'meeting at the M. E. church tiuuday. "IJwvefeuat at half past niue 10, the mprniug, preaching &t half past ten by Kev Dr. Johu Graham, presiding elder of-the Albion district. Attorney General Ellis iu authority for the btittemeui thai Kupku, the Moll- tor informer was not promised his freedom in cousuleraiion of turniug slate's evidence. ' • Ruv. J. E. Walton arrived in this city yesterday and today Mrs. C. E Gorbara and children and Mr. Walton went to Gull Lake where they, will remain a few Weeks. • They will be joined Inter by Mrs. H. J. Hyde and children. The fast train east on the Michigan Central Tnuraday evening contained about a doztn Arabs who were on their way home from the world's fair in Chicago to Cairo, Egypt. They said that the climate was so cold they couldu't stand it and it made them faick. A preacher in a neighboring district is responsible" for the Statement that "Gpd made the earth in six days and then rested. Later op he made man an4 then rested. Then he made worn au, and," said the preacher in tremulous accent, "Since that .time neither God nor man has had a rest." . The question of riding bicycles on the sidewalk ii agitating the people of Battle Creek just at present and the papers are publisuing communications a column long on both sides of the sab ject. We should, tkink their subscribers would ask them to ring off on the subject before long. A decision'of the supreme court in a Hillsdale county case may be of general interest to all local option counties in the state. This is the ease of the people vs. K,eefer for the violation of the local option law in that county. At the trial in tba circuit eoqrt the attorneys for the defense objected- to certain .jurors because they-said they bad a prejudice against the liquor business. The coijrt overruled'the objection and the- Jurors v so challenged were permitted to sit,.Jn 'ihe case^Tfee *apr^me court saysT that th* o&jeotipo was valid fUMi each per sons were not ellgfble. ' ' . 4 ca*fl of. great i»J*reet to several ropped^to 50 cents this aftfeP Miss 'HkVllr Blrewsfe^ is ^ie'Vot;"* shpr^fliayy;'^ ,/isi „'•-' *>\' '". ' .V •. Mrs. A, Babcbck and daughters desire to thank" their neighbors and friends for the many favors extended them dur ing theif recent bereavement. Rev. O. W.- Brinstad, the new pastor of the Baptist jcburch, Accompanied by his wife, arnved;ia8t evening. He com menees hfs labdrs in this city tomorrow. The services m the Presbyterian church tomorrow will be the last before the annual summer vacation. Subject of tomorrow's sermons: "Our.-Father in Heaven", and, V'the law of use and growlh." " "'**. . A ghost room was a^novett} at a recent church entertainment. It 'was a gruesome place, arranged with -blue lights and death's heads, and one paid to go in and bear a blood curdling chost story well told by a clever, man, who had got together for the purpose all the hair-raieing tales hejknew of. Junior Templars have placed a date for their friut and ice cream social Aug. 0. Thfs will be the closing up event of the,, Juvenile work by Mrs. F. C. Stuart. She has superintended it for seven years. Aug. 20 she expects to leave for the Wisconsin State Home to take charge of that institution, taking in the stale con* vention of the L O. G I. at Muskegon, thence to the world's fair, reaching her now position aept. 12. The following item is going the rounds of the state press: A, Homer man recently called at the undertaker's and wanted to inspect h'.s stock of cof fins. He was not .very particular as to quality, but wanied prompt service— his mother in law was sick and he did not waul, to run any chance on resur rection after she had been pronounced dead. She was 88 years old, and he had her on his hands 32 years. She is still on his hands. A little black beetle, the size of a pin A* A splendid two story dwelling and iel^atoryd willing *ith bne acre of Iftfacl, ftfolodU&g *x«|IIetti. fruit garden centrally Seated. For tei-mS apply to •' If you want A nous? built in short order call on Wm, Shipliay as he. Is pre pared to put you up a bouse ready for plastering in ten days time. Shop on Eagle street over Lynn's; • Residence, 1, Hanover street. ' Smitn » making the new porcelain enamel photos. They just- fill the bill or a nice picture. ° For the accommodation .of people liv ing in the west, end A. Watson Till sell Keuchle's bread and cakes fresh, at 10 o'clock every morning. • , Children Cry for Pitcher'* Castorla. F*rm W*nt*d. I have a customer with ca»h for a small farm, 40 to 60 acres, and worth from $1,600 to $2,000. If you have one for «ale come and see me . , Yours Truly, H..M. , . .. 5,000 spring and summer samples have arrived. Call and select youi •am met suit or pants. Better than piece goods. Call before suit at buying. Quality and and examine price to TKD'S, the tailor, Over Fletcher's store. Removed, '_ I have removed my office to Eagle block In the rooms formerly occupied bv Dr. Houston. ELUS HEWITT. Smith, the Photographer. Has some nice Frame* for Cabinets and other sizes, just received. Call and see them. head, ia menacing the celery crop near j Tecumseh. from twenty tp fifty have) been counted on a single bunch. They make tlVeir way into the first joint and eat down into the heart. Mr. D. T. Hall, says the Teeumseh News, wrote to the agricultural college and Mr. G. C. Davis, consulting zoologist at the college, paid a visit to the celery farm /Tuesday to investigate the matter and see if there was any way of destroying the insect. He fqund millions of them on the plants, most of the celery farms being infested by them. , He returned to Lauding with specimens of the litilu pests and will pursue bis investigations furtfaei with a view of finding some means of deitroyiug them. Whether, they will prove a venous evil or not re.j mains to be seen. Ifnlesa previously disposed of at pri vatesale, Iwill on Thursday, the 81st day of of August, 1893, sell at public , sale at the front door of the c'ourt house in Marshall^ Mtch.. all retraining as "•»' sets of the National City hank, .consist*' ing of a 7-18 Interest in the property known as the Eagle block,,also the Bol- latd Manufacturing works, both pieces '' of property being located in the city, of of Marshall. Also one'large 'bauk.fiafe (double door, steel box and time lock,7~ office furniture, also all notes belonging to bank remaining unpaid at that time, and whatever remaining assets of said, bank miiy be remaining in my hands at that date. , t Terms of sale cash. For further particulars enquire of THEBON F. GiDDiNoa, Receiver, Kalamasoo, Mich. or John Houston, Esq., Marshall. Robert Shelley has opened a tin shop in the building formerly- occupied an meat market, opposite JE. L. Murphy's store'; Give him a call when in need of any tin work. Chas. Kilburn has opened a restaurant the first door west of the Tontine, the public is invited to call. The new Layette safety mailing en velopes at Smith's studio. . ' Notice KeUtlve to Oow«. The ordinance relative Jo pasturing cows in, tie' street will be strictly enforced. No cattle will be allowed to be pastured in any street, whether Ihey arc tied or not, and all cattle found at large in the street, whether tied or oth erwise, will be taken care of. No ex ception will be made to this rule for anyone. You can buy goods at yptjrjwn price this week at Sbauabatfs.*^^ New stock Bbughton's. of:-wall paper at Geo. The three intelligent; young brothers, Edwm, Henry and Frederick Spins, of Casael, Germany, arrived .last night in this city by M. C. R R. and will make Marshall their future borne, with (heir uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Hertkora. The said three brothers had a very satisfactory journey in time of eight days hon. Cassel via Brem «n and New York, to this place, 2d cab in, by the beautiful steamship, Havel, captain, Ph. Juengst, capacity, 6953 ton and 13,500 borsf power, CQU. FREUB. VoGEi., Agent. Flour, This important necessary of life has been &a low in price, as A. Wat counties ia son now sfclis it. Enquire, at hij store before you purchase, A. WATSON. A sure ^ure for diarrhoea, dysentery, cholera morbus, pafirij^stoiaaeb, or- bowels, «&; at Ml J&ftfctlifei frial hntt*«*KM»l'. rlvi 5 " &•",+£• bottle free If wbo4^perafelj tpofc. m$f$m$k fr»» t^e poslpfflce Clearing out sale all tMs week at SHANAHAN'S. •'A We Want to SKow o\p

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