The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on July 31, 1893 · Page 3
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Visitors to the world's fair Will the CSfeOKicMt on sale at Geo. F. War en's news rand cigar stand in the Michigan bbilding. BREVITIES. F. W. Dicke? goes to Storgis tomor- row. - • _ ... ... -. r. Mrs", J. P; Lockwood left today for Buffafo, Dakota. . Mayor ThoinaSon, of Albion, was in this city today, .. --» C. S.Joy made a ''business trip to At biou Saturday. . Rev. and Mrs. E W. Rankin went to Tbrfie Rivera thii morning. •I Mr^ and Mrs; George Bentley, of Ja'okson, spent Sunday in~tbis city. - J. J. Fahey leaves tonight for Buffalo to attend the race meeting in that city 1 . Camp St. Louis seems to.be the most popular of the resortfiLAl-Gull lake this year. Arms, and Dickey's colt Medio starts in the four year old race at Sturgis tomorrow, ' S. B. Smith left Sunday night for Pal niyra,.N. Y., to attend'the funeral of his mother. Mrs. John McKellat, of Straihrog,, Unt., is visiting With her son, Ji.s. Me' ' ' ' vharles Edgertoncoti tempi ates going T J. „ F Charles Dunham la visiting in this eityl ' , ? T ' J 4 • '', ' The Presbyterian Sunday School has added 250 new bbokg to its library." ^ A party of* yotirig fetldWa from 'this city started Sunday to go down the Kalatnazoo River in a scow, they will so to Lake Michigan -and then take a steamer for Chicago. Art. MoKitislrey started for Detroit Sunday on his Wbeel. He met with an accident npat Marengo, returned to this city, got bis wheel repaired and started again. His place at F. G. Seaman's is being filled by F. G Johnston. Philip Mulligan, a moulder, wad struck by an express train on the Michigan Central railroad at Bajttle Creek Sunday morning at one o'clock. He was instantly killed, his neck being broken. He was a married man. Marriage licenses issued July 31 John McAllister, of Homer, and Nettie M. Hubbard, of Eckford; Richard A. Cook, of Munioa, Mich., and Minnie Mott, of Wildersvllle; John Mannion, of Detroit, and Mrs. Georgia Jones, oi Battle Creek. Only 18,087 people attended the world's fair Sunday, As it takes about 10,000 to run the fair in all departments it hardly pays to keep that many poo pie employed to accomodate 18,009. I is hardly probable thai the. fair will be open on Sunday again. into camp at Lyon lake. He will be pleased to recei?0 calls from all his friend's. v;-- ' '..;'•. '•'.,; •"?'*;' "• Excursion to Chicago, via the Michigan Central, tomorrow. One fare for the round trip. Tickets good four days. Mrs. C. F. Hersporl and daughter, Mabel, were the guests' of Mr. and Mrs. O. N, Hill over Sunday on their way to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. R. Kilby and daughter, of New York City, with the Misses Has biouck and Jessie Jandell went to Chicago today. • Mrs. J. A. Miner and Mrs. C. H. Mo Cluro arrived in this city this afternoon aud are slopping at the tterndon. Judge Miner will be here tomorrow. The wheat harvest is nearly finished in ibis region and the sound of tbe tbresh«r is. heard in the land. The yield is better than anticipated and tbe quality considerably above tbe average. A Climax physician had a claim again"! a Leroy farmer, which he was unable to collect, so he 'went to bis premises aud dug a bushel of potatoes, taking them away with him. Friday tbe Leroy man bad the doctor arrested on a charge of larceny and be pleaded guilty and paid a fine of $7.41, including costs. The Lady Maccabees would do well to elect a new great .record' keeper at their next annual meeting and thereby possibly do away with some of the un 'enviable notoriety, which the order has gained on account of the quarrel at Sag inaw. Mr. £. L. Weeks' description of the journey by caravan from tbe Black sea to the Persian Gulf, on which Mr. The odore Child lost his life, will begin in tbe October Harper's u.agazine. Mr. Weeks was the artist of the uuderiak ing, and his Ub^tratioua for these mi elea are unusually strong and interest ing. This is given as an aecurate'classifiea- tion of the various wedding aamversar ies: First, cotton; second paper, third, leather; fourth, book? fifjUj, wooden; sixth, garnet; seventh, woolen; eighth, brie a-brie; ninth, topaz; ten^b, tiir; .twelfth, silk and' fine linen; fifteenth, crystal i'twentieth, china; twenty fifth, silver; thirtieth, pearl; thirty-fifth, sapphire; fortieth, ruby; fiftieth, golden; seventy-Jiffeh, diamond. Coldw*ter Bepubliciih: C. 1>. Kenne Jy i»o»e ol l&e enterprising and suoces-- ful farmers of Butler town^fcif. io this county. Last y*ar Mr. K^unedjr was July 29; Mar shall Elliott and Policeman Marcellus arrested three fallows from Marshal! this; ajCteruooni They were too drunk to tell their names. They will repose in the lockup over Sunday and wil come before the recorder Monday morn ing. The following item from the New York Clipper of July 29 undoubtedly refers to Carrie Chandler Watson, for merly of this city : Bessie Clarke in forms us that Miss Chandler; died at St Luke's hospital, Denver, Col., July Afi A splendid, tWd story dwelling and j£ story dwelling* wHb one acre of i/ Including excellent fruit garden jentraify located. for terms apply to a t>. CUNNINGHAM. If yon want a house built-in short or* der call on Wm. Shipley as he is pre paredHo put ypu up a house ready for Mastering in ten days time. Shop on Sagle fttrcet over Lynn's. Residence, 151, Hanover street. * : Smith is 'making the new; .porcelain enamel photos; They just till the bill or a nice picture. . : For thfraenomniodation of rJeopleliv ing in th&weat end A. Watson 'vilf sell Keuchlo's bread and cakes fresh, at 10 o'clock every Dooming. Children Cry fo» Pitcher'* Ca8|orla. farm W»oU«l> I have a customer with cath for a smajl farm, 40 to 60 acres, afiik worth from $1,600 to $2,000/ If you havV one for sale come and see me. Yours Truly, H.'M. MKRKILL. 5,000 spring and summer samplt* have arrived. Call and select yoiii snmmer suit or pants. Better oho ct than Apiece goods. Call, and oxam'nc before buying. Quality and prict to suit at TED'S, the tailor, .Over Fletcher's fetore. KemoTud, I have removed my office .to Eagle block in the rooms formerly occupied bv Dr. Houston. ELIAS HEWITT. Miss Clarkn writes: "I tried in every way to find out who she was and if any one • of the profes sion knew her there, but of no avail. The gentleman who placed her in the hospital had gone east, and the chaplaia of the hospital bad no way of finding out where.be was." Smith, the Photographer. Has some nice Frames for Cabinets and other sizes, just received.. Call and see them. . • Unless previously disposed of 'at pri vate sale," I will on Thursday, the 81st day of of- August, 18931 sell' at .public *»ale at 'the front door af the courj house n Marshall, Mich., all' remaining 93 sets pf the National City bank, consist- ng of a 7-12 interest in the property mown as thft Eagle block, also the Bui* lard Manufacturing works, "both pieces! of property being located in the city of if Marshall. Also one large, tia'uk safe (double door, steel box and* time lock,) office furniture, alao all notes belonging to bank remAiniug unpaid at that time, and whatever remaining assets of said bank may be remaining in my bands at that date. Terras of sale casha For further particulars enquire of THERON F. GIDDINGS, Receiver, Kalamazoo, Mich. or John Houston,' Esq., Marshall . • Robert Shelley has opened a tin shop in tbe building formerly occupied as meat market, opposite £. L. Murphy's store. Give him a call when In need of any Un work. Chas. Kilburn has opened a restaurant the first door west of the Tontiue, tbe public is Invited to call. at otloe UeUtlve to Cows. The ordinance relative to pasturing cows infae^fitreet will be strictly enforced. No battle will be allowed to be pastured in anVstreet, whether they are tied or not, and all cattle found at large in the street, whether tied or otb erwlse, will be takuu\aro of. No ex ceptioh will be made toxthls rule for anyone. PE City Marshal. You can buy goods at yourpwt this week at Sbauahan's. . , / • irice New stock Boughton's. of wall paper at The IrUh Vllluga and DoneKtl Cuttle Staud next to the Libbey Glass Works iu the Mid way Plaisance. The village was designed and erected by Mrs. Ernest Hart, tbe president of tbe Donegal Industrial Fund, a philanthropic organization founded ten years ago to devdlope handiwork and home industries in Ireland. The village contains a representative exhibit of Irish art, industry, history aud antiquity, and should by no means be noissed by any visitor at the f8.ir, For here be catnot only study Irish art from its first dawn in the day^ of the druids to its latest!achievement in painting and sculpture; but he can stand on real Irish goilL, can sit in the Wishing Chair, can look on the face of Ireland's present day liberator, Gladstone,, as chiseled by the Irish sculptor, Bruce Joy; can occupy for a moment the chair used by the great O'Qonnell and can hear the liquid gaelic tongue spoken by Irish colleeus at work spinning and lacetnafcing in tbe cottages scattered round the village green, Iu the worJs of Ireland's poet, Goldsmith, this. Irish viLU 'O is indeed "sweet auburn of the plain," anti is difficult to exhaust. The three intelligent young brothers, Edwin, Henry and Frederick Spies, of Cassel, Geroiaiuy, arrived last night in this city by M. C. R. R. and will make Marshall their future home, with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Hertkoru. The said three brothers bad a very- fiatisfactory jouraey in time of eiijUt days fvott. Cj^ael via Brem en and New York, t<? tain place, 2d cab in, by the; beautiful steam^bip, Havel, qaptaan, Ph. Jueugsl, qapaefty, Qd53 loa nag& and 13,600 horsepower. FBEDB.. TJW^ iniponant neeeswry of life:ha| ' gripe as A. Wat tt, The balance of our Spring Goods in Mer. > chant Tailoring at prices that will close them out this week. SHANAHAN'S. .-m \ The On to !Do?tor's ,^- .. V r -" ^ • ' . Herbs of v iiTi * £: a-ii

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