The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on August 2, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Wednesday, August 2, 1893
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e ,.., S. - 1 _. j it^t * * M ' i 1 "* ' i " 1^T>T ** ( J *\. ''•• ^ -, v '' * r >*« ----. " ' '- •'• ' Visitors to the wofld'a fair wilt And the CHEONIOLE on sale at°Geo. fc War ett's. news rano*.ci«ar stand mtheMiet- Igan bailding. , : BREVITIES. . ••* , The Misses Kelleher closed their dre$sma"&ing rooms today for a month's vacation. : v Owing to the business depression which is general throughout the conn try, M£.' Charles Edgerton has finally decided not to go camping bri the banks of Lyon Lake at present. All invita tiqns previoasly i«sued are hereby re called with great regret.'.i. A.*-* *> : - ' ''•- , - ,' The executive committee of the prohibition party of Calhoun county held a meeting in Battle Creek on the 38th alt. The resignation of Dr.. A. J. Bruce, of Albion, as secretary, was HC cepted and J. B. Martin, of Athens, was elected to fill vacancy. The com mittee decided to hold the annual pic me at Goguao lake the latter part of August, £ hd the chairman, A. C. Wis .ner, af Athens, was instructed to procure a speaker and make the necessary arrangements. . Kalatnazbo Telegraph: Among those •.*_ who are sojourning at Gull lake are . ..^Mr^j.^nel^vM.rB.V- BV- W. Dickey, and family ; ot I Marshall. Mr. and Mri.^ Harry Dickey, of Chicago, are guests at^their cottage, ^Paradise Found." This cottage has one of the plensantest locations on the bank of this beautiful sbeot of water. Mr. and Mrs, Dickey are the souls of hospitality and make all callers at their cottage welcome. C. R. Osboru, who hi& tilled the po aition of ticket agent for ihe Michigan Central railroad fn this, city for the past four years, left this afternoon for Hast ings, where he will act as freight agent for the same company. During his stay in this city Mr. Osborn has, by his pleasing manners and obliging ways made numerous friends, who regret his departure fr< m this city. We can corn' . mend him to the people of Hastings as . a sterling business man and a thorough gentleman. Should his fortune ever bringvdiin to Marshall he will be sure to find, the latch string out. ' The supreme court has settled an iiu portant point in affirming the decision of the lower court in the case of John W. Ewing, late populist candidate for governor, against D. B. Ainger and Charles E Baxter, formerly editors of the Charlotte Republican. Ewing was a member of the board of supervisors. • The Republican accused him of taking money from the treasury^ JUegaiiy. This was several hundred dollars for services performed as member of a committee while the board was not in session'. Ewing admitted' taking the money, but claimed that he was entitled to pay, for such services. Judge ' Hooker, before whom the case was tried, held that a supervisor was not en titled to pay.for services performed outside .the, regular session, and the su preme court baa sustained the opinion. The supervisors will probably continue to allow themselves pay for such labor, the same as in the past, not withstand ing tfaa decision of tie court,. C. R. Oaborn was given a genuine surprise at his home last evening by the Michigan Central railroad employes, hackmen and a few other friends. He • was about to retire when the door bell, rang and a party headed .by G. A. John ," son who nsnered jn t Without much ' ado Mr. Johnson informed him that learning tfiat be was about to leave the city they had called to pay \heir re spects and present, bins with a slight token of the esteeai UJ.,, wbieJa he fceld by his aasociates and oUiers. desire Mrs. S. S/Bangs teturned to Detroit today. - " John ^Southwofth arrived from Chi- cigo this afternoon. It was reported toddy thai Studebak er Bros., of South. Bend, had failed, ^ith liabilities at $5,000,000. , Medio "won third heat in the 2.80 race at Sturgis yesterday and was Second in- the first, two, the race will be tinishedto .day. ..;- : " / Auditor Mitchell, of the Michigan Central, was in! this city today' and looked up Ticket Agent Osborn's ac counts. C. N. Dreshner, who has been opera* tor at Hammond, Ind., fucceeds C. R Osboru as ticket agent and operator at the Michigan Central depot in this citj. George Wigands of Convie was bru tally kicked by John apd Thomas Ray nor in their saloon at Battle Creek Mon day. They were arrested and fined f 79. 30 each including costs, which were paid. Judge Smith held a short session of court today. Zeno C. Spencer, of Bat tie Creek, and Joseph Cunnningham, of Marshall, were admitted to citizenship and James Jenkins, of Battle Creek was admitted to the bar. No other business was done. . • . . The Michigan Central is reducing its force all along the line. One man has been taken Off at Albion, the agent at .Parma has been let go and the operator now does all the work, at that station. The same thing was done at Concord and numerous other smalr«tatiOns. The Michigan Central roadvand the town of Hammond are in. another squabble and the authorities now compel the Central to slow down all trains including 7 'the limited, to six miles ak, hour through the corporate limits. The trouble grew out cf the efforts of the electric road to cross the Central tracks. Mr. and Mrs. George Powell and Mr. Mrs. George Bougbtou went to Battle Creek today. . CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor: Honor should be given to whom honor is due. Our Gt. L. R. K., Ada L. Johnson, is one of the pioneers that has brought the order to its present successful state and has always filled the office of Gt. L. R. Keeper with satisfaction, and'the fact she has bern appointed Supreme Great Lady Commander of the world will testify both to her ability as an office holder and true lady bee. It is the highest office that can be confered on a lady maccabee and should she have a successor it is devoutly hoped that she may prove as competent as the one tfr&t is retiring. • . L. O..T. M. Notice Relative to Cuw». The ordinance relative to pasturing cows in tbe ttreet will be strictly en forced. No cattle will be allowed to be pastured in any street, whether they are tied gr not, and all cattle found at large in the street, whether tied or oth efwise, will be taken care of. No ex ception will be tuade to this rule for anyone, ' PETEB HOWE, - City Marshal. Brick For Bale, 20,000 first quality, second baud brick for sale. GEOKGK INGEHSOLL. The three 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 Marshall'their future-home, with their uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs., John Hertkoru. Tiie_8aid three brothers had a very »at$tactory journey in time of eight days" fvou. Caasei yia Brem en wftst Jfew %rk 4 to M$* ^Nfe, ?d oaU ^o, i?y tM beau^ul fteawship;' ttavel, captain, Ph. Jueag^t, «*pac«y f 6958toJi An tytf kordlDKr* A splendid two story dwelling one 1*4 story dwelling, with one acrXof land, including excellent fruit garden, centrally located. For terms apply to i i D. CUNNINGHAM. If you want a house built in short or der call on tVm. Shipley,as. he is pr$ pared to put you up a house ready for plastering in ten days time. Shop on Eagle Atreet over Lynn's. Residence^, 161, Hanover street. ' Smith is making the new, porcelain enamel photos. They just till the "bill or a nice picture. '. . ... Children Cry for Pitcher'a Castorla. For the acnommodation of people liv ing in the west end A. Watson *H1 sell Keuchle's. bread and cakes fresb.'at 10 o'clock every morning. Farm Wanted. • ,. • I have a customer with cat b for a small farm, ^ to 60 acres, and worth from $1,500 to $2,000. If you have one for sale, come and see me. ; H . _ ifours trujy,, , + '*" -L.. . H.;M jii .MERBlLt. f , Robert Shelley has opined a tin shop in the building fonnurJv occupied as meat market; opposite E. L. Marphys store. Give him a call when in need 'of a.ny tin work. . Chas. Kllburn has opened a restaur ant the first door west" of the Tontiue, the public is invited to call. I I I must have the Cash To • raise it I offer now the greatest Sale ever held in MarshalLfor the next week, v 1-4 OFF off on all my Gasoline, Oil Stoves, Kitchen Stoves and Ranges and Base Burners and Wood Heating Stoves, A Special Reduction on Lawn Mowers. JOHN WH ALEItT, Hardware Dealer 161 EAST STATE ST., MARTIN BLOCK. The balance of our Spring Goods in Merchant Tailoring at prices that will close them out this week. SHANAHAN'S. The tiadiQ * -J I t ^^ T-n" 1 * -V_ Herbs of Joy v

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