The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on August 1, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, August 1, 1893
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Visitors to the world's fair will find the CHBONICLB on sale at Geo. f. War en's news rand oig'at stand in the Michigan bonding. r BFtEVITifcS. Matt Watson^ Went to Cblcago today. Jackson Is to have raced August 22 to 25. Mrs, J. Walburn leavett today'forChi- cago. , W/F. Church, of Albion, was in this city today.. _^-^. _£_ * "< . ';'> -. .-• Boughton has returned Wtf Battle Creek..' k v''.' and Bird. Engleman are spending of days at Van Wert, Ohio. ; Judge Smith will be here tomorrow row and bold a brief session pf court. Mrs. W. Alexander and son, Morgan, are among the number for, the fair to- day. ^' '''/•• ..... ' •••;• Miss Mary Kemp and Miss Emma Tillman left this morning for a visit in Buffalo, NY. v • ' f i . •. Blanche Mabus was takeb to the etato industrial school at Adrian Monday by H. A. Whitney. Bd.,^gathcarl,,;, Will Watson, Earl Holiqesjand Linas Bbughton are camp- Mr: Rv M. tfohnston- left this morn- iflg fdr Minnesota on bus5tie98. Miss fceHa Smith of Cadillac is visit' ing her grand parents in this city. Mr. and Mrs E. H Johnston bate' returned from their visit at Cadillac. Mr. 'and Mfsi C. A. Clafk, of Detroit* spent Mohday at LeMi Tbwnsend'8. Mr. and Mrs. R. Butler and a party of frieuda spent the day 1 at Lyon lake, Flour $1.60 per 100 pounds at 0. A. Chesher's mill. Grain aqd feed of alt kinds at bottom price. • .. ROA. O. W. Brinstad will occupy the^ boose lately vacated by Stuart MacKib bin on Dirisjon street. The infant child of Henry Hess of Ellis died* Monday rnprnins;, the funeral will be held Wednesday morning. Arthur McCracken who runs a hotel in Burlington wan arrested for soiling liquor without a llcurino July -lib. Ho had an oxammallon Iwforo Justice Til lotson today, and was hold- for trial In in the circuit court. • Thomas W. Wclln, for many yt'ara ageut for tho Amorioan Kxtrcus Co. in ,this oity»»iMis~-b«cn by tho MartieoV July lst, by Justice Tillotson: Richard- A Cooki of Nunica, Mich, and Miis Minnie Mott, of Wilder ville. : f '•'.'."" ' :"" We are informed that Arthur Taylor, whb,Was found guilty of : prize fighting in the superior court at Grand Rapids in March WHS discharged in the supreme court at Lansing Saturday. The C. J. & M has nearly completed laying hew steel rails between one mile west of Ceresco and the old Canada & St Louis junction, east of Bailie Creek. Ninety ibur tons were used. Arthur Cbapuuiu, of Ceresco. bud charge of the job. A western paper tells of afellpw who, even time be gets on a spree, insists ou paying a yeai'a subscription to his town paper. He has already paid to Junuury 1, 1887 Au effort will ae mude at the next press convention to ascertain wba 1 brand of whisky the follow is using. Judge James A. Miner, of Ogden, Utah, is catling upon his friends in this city . He will remain two or three days. The western country evidently agrees with the Judge as he is looking, very well. He eays there are .numerous ap piieants for his place and he expects to go as soon as bis term expin s, if not before.. ',-;•'• Jackson Patriot: Prof. J. enson and Miss Ida Culver, the Brook- luu teacher who have gained coneidera ble notoriety by their recent escapade, havu btiel. cited to appear belore the county hpard, of school examiners in this city today and show cause why their certificates should not be annulled. Mr. Nathan B. Benedict, of Mansion street, celebrates hia 85th birthday to day and enters Qpou bis new year with the vigor of a younger boy. Mr. B. came to Marshall in 1885 and therefore baa been a resident here for 68 years.. Old friends and citizens will wish him many returns of tLe Anniversary. An Albion girl recently 1 found a package of letters written by her father to her mother before they were married. The daughter read them ^9 h,er mother, pretending they were new and substituting her 'name for that of her mother and the name of a young man, known to both 6f.tbem, for that of her fa.tben The mother wfa' x&ty much disgusted Slid forbidden her daughter anything to do with a j|tung man write BAigMoo&ense aad iBickenrng "' " company and will rccolvo 1 80 & month during the balance of his life. Mr. Wells has been in the employ of the company forovqr twenty years £nd was obliged to retire from work on account of poo? health, ; f In accordance with lasjt, week's order of the supreme court, Insurance Com missioner Uiddings has certified {o the death claim of Mrs. Dr. -Bosley, of New York, against the Imperial Life.Insur anoe company, of Detroit, and the same has been paid by the state treasurer. The amount of the-policy was f 10,000. Di . Bosley was a •brother of W. E. Bos ley, < f this city. P. S. Lott, of Three Rivers, we are in formed, is anxious to build -a hotel in this city, if satisfactory arrangements CKG be made. It. the property corner of State and J efferson streets can be ob Utini,d, be «!•! put up a brick hotel, CO x!20 feet, three stories high and n't it up in first class.sbape, provided the land is donated him J. YV. Loomia has an op >lou on tbe laud, llie price bciug fixed at $8,200 Some parties interested will try and see what can be done towards raising the money. If the land is ob tained at once be will have the boul ready by Jau 1st. Att A spi^ndid two story dwelling and one 1% story dwelling, with one acre of land, including excellent fruit garden centrally located. For terms apply to • D. If yon want s house built in short order call on, Wm. Shipley 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, 151, Hanover street. Smith is making, the new porcelain enamel photos;; »They just fill the bill or a nice picture. , Children Cry foi Pitcher'* Castorla. . .For the acnoinmodation of people tiv ing in the west end A. Watson »vill sell ^euchle's bread and cakes fresh.'at 1Q o^clock every morning. I have a customer with ciatb for a small farm, JO to 60 ^aoreC and worth from $1,600-to $2,000. If you have forjale come and see me. IfouraTraly, Robert Shelley Jjas opened a tin shop in the building formerly occupied as meat market; opposite E. L. Mnrphys store. Give him a call When in need of any tin work. '.,..' Chas. KJlburn has opened a restaur ant the first door west of the Tontine, the public is invited to call. I I must have the Cash To raise it » - • -o - . I offer now the greatest Sale ever «held in Marshall for the next week. OFF Notice U«l»tlwe to Cuwi. The ordinance relative to pasturing cowa in fio btreet will be sir icily en forced. No cattle will be allowed to be pastured in tiny street, whether they are tied or uot, and all cattle found at large in tbe street, whetBar lied or "oth erwise, will be takyu cure of, No ex ception will be uiado to this rule for anyone'.. PKTKB HOWE, City MarshnK You can buy goods at your own price this week ut Sbauaban'a. 1-4 off on all my Gasoline, Oil Stoves, Kitchen Stoves and Ranges and Base Burners aud Wood Heating Stoves. A Special Reduction on Lawn Mowers.^"*' .. , . ; JOHN VDrHALEI\T ? Hardware Dealer 161 feAST STATE ST., MARTIN BLOCK. Brick For Sale. 20,000 first quality, second hand brick for sale. GEQB0E JNQEBSOUU Wanted—Girls or smart boys to pick over bean's. Apply at office at oncei " H. J« COLEMA^T. The ttxree intelligent young brothers, Edwin, Henry 'and Frederick Spies, of Cassel, Germany, arrived last night, in .this city by M. C. R: R. and will make JMarshall their future home, with their uncle and aunt, Mr. an^ Mrs. Jphn Ucrtkora. The said threerbrothera bad a very patiafactory journey in time of eight days' Iron; Caasel via Brew ea;ftad N*w York, to tbia place, ?d cub in, by the beautifuLfteamship. Hayfcl, Pb, Jueagst, capacity, 0963 y>n aage and 113,600 borsepower. ' ** n ' ****" X The balance of our Spring Goods in Merchant Tailoring at prices that will close them out this week. SHANAHAN'S. ™-'.w wif M^'9if WP .^pr"jp. * %? ., J » ^ ~< •"-*»

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