The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on August 5, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Saturday, August 5, 1893
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,, Visitors to the worlds fair tfaftCHRONICLEob saleftt6eo.F. en's news rand cigar stand in the Michigan building. . . BREVITIES. Mrs. A. W. Raymond went to Hillsdale today. ~- & ,'Mrf ; Qeorge O^Keefe* of ion»a, is vis ? Hitig in this city. : . Mia^Matoie Larkm is visiting Miss Osieiterry utXanslng. Miss Mabel Beamer of Lansing is- the guest of Miss Jessie Porter. Services in Trinity Church tomorrow morning and evening at the usnal boors. Mrs. F. E. Mitchell and children of Norwalk, O., is visitlng-Mrs.J&. J. Wise. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Raymond left today for a visit in Jackson and other points. Preaching at the M. E. chinch Sun day morning at half past ten. Subject, "Character building." About twenty Lady Maccabees went to Tekonsha yesterday to attend a Mac cabee eelebration in that place. The Epworth league of the M. 15. church will hold services at the jail Sunday afternoon at half past two. , Miss Minnie Claybourne entertained & number of friends at a tea party -at Brace Lake last evening. . , Arthur Reiley, of the CHftciNiqLE, was taken suddenly ill this luoiuiug and had to be removed to his hotuc. Excursion to Manitou Beach (Devil's % Lake) Sunday Aug. 0. Train leaves at 8.33, fare for the trip 65. Deputy Sheriff Dorsey, the turnkey at the, resigned last evening. Too long hours is assigned as the cause. Marriage licensee issued Aug. 4, Da vid R. W hi taker, of Marengo, and Lu, cinda Lobdell, of Gaines, Mich. , Mr. and Mrs'. C. G. Ingersoll hi.vo ra turned to their boaie in this city aftes* an extended absence in d;il'erent part* of.the stale. Chauucey and Katherino Brewer en- teitained a party of their joung friends at their home on Eagie street this after noon. The dry goods house of The James H. Walker Co., of Chicago, farts gone into the hands of a rceiver, John Me Hugh, formerly of this city, travels for the firm. . . The C. J. &. M. is leaving no stone on turned to make the excursion to Put, in-Bay, Aug. 9, a success. The fair for the round trip is only $2.00. Services in Grace church,. JJniversa, list, at 10:30: Sermon, "The ^peaking Dead." No service in the evening, and the church after tomorrow morning closed for vacation until first Sunday in September. v We do, not hear very much about the proposed new hotel. It is hardly prob ^afale that a. bonus of $8,200 can bo raised 'lor an outsider to put into a hgtel. The people in.the east end of town have had in years gone, by v about all the experi e nee in-giving to hotel -projects they desire. i v Rev. J. M. Getchell and wife, of this city, have beeen invited: to be the .guest if Adrian Coninaandery, No-. & K '£, ** w fe° 8P into camp at Sand Jake, August 32d. Rev. tieteneU sives again, by in> yitation, the annual sernjpii Sunday, Amy. 37th. In previous years a tbous and nave come jpgf tner thus to worship in God's fiist temples.' . • One local wheat buyer say a .Statesman is making no i 8. . They quote wheat at 50c ii't^p lowTast\pHoe p^ even, ofiered by ioaal b«yer».. T»e 4»y U»ey quoted wheat ^t 48c. 52« to Me was paid in toe market. has been heard m&oy th» Tulgir language used rjy. occupied; a& *$:**< M*r$by* mjgljt .aave caaglit.i.fle do* **"; died tbe e the r d »y jear»oid the other-day. It waa bought ihe train io C 11-iWeld ha« gone to Boston*Mrs. Has broadband kiss, Ada Has broncfc have returned from Ann Arbor to this city and will occupy the Bangs house on Mansion street. . \ Should anyone wish the champion article on foolishness, sophistry and incorrectness please read t&e tariff sermons, as published in the Statesman, previous to the lasUeleclion. At the yesterday's meeting of the Ju nior Templars ft vote was taken to adjourn until the first Friday in September. Great preparations are teing made for the Templar festival next Wednesday evening at the store West of S. E. Cronin's. ..Everybody invited to coule and bring their ten cents and take a plate of cioam and cake, thereby help ing the temperance work among the children. Tlie Race*. The matinee at the driving park "fes lord ay was a pronounced success, the events being very close and 'exciting. Races will be given every Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock p. m., during Aug ust and September. , Summary. GREES RACE. i MILE HKAT0 3 IN 3. ' A. Lockwood'8 "General Tom" (Cole)....a 1 1 J. J. Freed's "Clint" (owner) 1 44 F. Hoetzel's "Ed.-Foreman'' (Hayee)..<.3 3 9 . Dean & Edgerton's "G»o. Rus»eIl"(Dean)4 3 8 Time—1:24)4; !:«! t:25. 2: • MtLB HBAf«-SIN 8. r, A. Leppot'» "Boyal Pilot" (Ko8en'tz)..S i 0 « -. J. Cox's. Sr. "Tony T." (owner) ......8801 Qeo. Taylpt's "Sharpnell"(ownerji ,.i a Sdr Mr. Lepper'a horse threw a shoe In the fourth heat and the race was de elated off. ' MATCH RACE. X MILK DASII. J. J. McNameij' B. Q. (owner) ...1 EzraMurdock'a B. F. (owner). . ,2' Time—1:87. ' TO BEAT?:31Ji. .'^. »'C»pt. Tom' 1 (Ci)le)..l Uzcuraloa Tu Chloago. The Michigan Central will run a special excursion to Chicago Tuesday Aug.8 on account of the world's fair. Rate tor the round trip $4.55. Train leave's Marshall at 13.32 p. m., stopping at Midway Pluisance und Hyde Park Sta- tious for passengers with hanu baggage. Ticket* good going by above train onl>. in tirst-class coaches,'and good for re turn until Aug. 11 inclusive, in first clas? conches qn ail regular trains ex ceptiug on trains designated as LIMITti> TRAINS autf train No. 0. lieturu^ug, trains depart from 12th Street Station, stopping at S2d Street, 89th Street und Hyde Park. . ' Choice home, grown peaches in one fifth bushel b$sk£fs today at Watson'sE Itu (1 e r JtaujMnusailU: . Sells beat fuller flour for $1.7& per hundred pound i, warranted to gfve sat isfactiou. AH kinds of uiill feed on hand. Give me a trial andjbe convinced that it will pay you to trade with me. W. W. CtEyELAND. Mrs. Nover has removed her stock o milliner j to hi r residence on East State street, where she will, be pleased to eee all who desire anything in her line! Ghas. Kilburp has opened a restaurant the first door west' of the Tontiue, theipiiblic is invited to b cull. Ao £^traordtoar«i Bu-fptfn—92,000. A splendid two story dwelling and >one IK story dwelling, with one acre of l&od. including exceUent^ruit garden ceptrajly 4ocated. For terms apply to ' tt«T*tt«0to Cotes, The ordinance relative lo pasturing cows in the fitteet will be Atrictly en forced. No cattle will be allowed to be pastured In any strict, whether they aratied or not, and all cattle found at large In the street, whether tied or oth erwise, will be takon care of. No ex ception will be made to this role for anyone. PETER liowB, Marshal. Briok For Sale; 20,000 first quality, second hand brick for sale. _ J — GEORGE JKOE i s<) i. For the accommodation of people liv ing in the west end A. Watson will sell Keuchle's bread and cakes fresh, at 10 o'clock every morning. Homes tot • visitots totfao World'b *»« if the litle of a neat little book, contain* tne the address of ahout 9,000 fatnilie*, who will accommodate viditbrs. also a- list of hotels illustrated with large scale map, sold At M. C. ticket office Price 50 •ai~~'~ Cheap Kxonnlon to : On August 9th, 1898, the d. 3. & M. Ry. Co. will rnn a spec!?l low rate excursion, Marshall to PtU»I^Bay, via Toledo and steamer. : Special train leaves 6:09 a. in., statidard time.. Fare, $2,00 for the round Wp. For further information call on nearest C. J. & M. agent. T« C. M. SCHINDI.BR, G,P. A. Smith is making the Hew 'porcelain enamel photos. They just fill the bill or a nice picture. I I I must have the Cash To raise it I offer now the greatest Sale ever held in Marshall for the next week. 1-4 OFF 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 WHALEItf, Hardware Dealer 161 EAST STATE ST., MARTIN BLOCK. The balance of our Spring Goods in Mer- ehant Tailoring at prices that will close them out this week. ^ ' % a <V it -li-. .*'•' ' pp^sw-^.^v.,-«^p;^ _ • , Oiliof Gladness

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