The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on August 8, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

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Tuesday, August 8, 1893
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Visitors t<* Ih^ worjid^ ftrtr wilV find ttie CHRONICLEon v safeat Gee* F. War eitf* ne«8%anti cigar Stand in igan BREVITIES. %ra. F. H, Burgess, offei. .Lotto; Mo is Visiting friends in this citp Mrs. Porte* Shyder and child, of San Bariiardino, Cat,, ; are ^siting in ^ this "' " " ... ., . . „ •' -M. S. ^'Kfcef<* and' Will F, ; -Church went to Gull lake today to bo absent a few Miss Cornelia Berry, of Chicago, is the gjtest of he* cousin, Miss Daisy, knight. ;• • Miss Cftrrie L. Bliss, of Farmville, YB., is visiting her brother, J. B. Bliss* in this city. 1 , Miss Ella Mensch, of Jackson, af* rived Monday,t>vening for a two weeks' visit in this city. Mrs. George Briggs'is reported very low again. It is thought that she can not live but a shor.t time. Miss. ManiejDoaovan of Battle Creek who has been the gue«t of Miss.. Anita Freeman, returned home tbday. There will be an ice cream social at the Umversalist church Thursday, Aug. 10. All are cordially.invited. The Lady Maccabneb will elect a delegate to attend the annual meeting in Grand' Rapids at the meeting to be held Wednesday evening, August 9. The children are making groat preparations for their festival tomorrow evening. Let every body give them a lift by coming in and patronizing their booths and ice/ cruahi tables. John A. Gerow, formerly of this city, 'Brooks' is visiting JackSOts. ,- -iff DeCatur , f bira crly'ofthiibiiy, Visited Marshall friends today* •• . /•- . ; V ... ' ;-. s '• •<:< ' • Very ftetf, ThoniaV'Fv 'JTierfaey, of Hen.lerson./Ky., is visiting his sister, Mrs. John Butler. Marriage licenses issued ; John P. Cpdlins;, of Bedford v and Mttyja. Pit man, of Battle Creek. •• <\ A Marshall man who- was in -Battle Creek Monday when i a fire broke put, eays the Marshall firemen can handle a Bat Friends Herds of Joy, Friends Oil of fittmdness, Friends Purity Soap, Friends Foot Blase • ; .-' ,.,.;.'. ; : ^- : • -6i)/Sale- At./. . ;' .' : . f t has been appointed Grand Rtcorder of thu Grand Comrnamiery of M'.chigau, Knitfbta Templar, to succeed Geuernl Innos, deceased. If Mrs. George T. Stone, or anyone who knows her, U in this vicinity, they may possibly hear something to Mrs. Stone's advantage by ca'liagon Justice Tilbtson. Mr. and Mrs. C. Bureie have a night blooming cereus, which has attracted the attention of a number of their friends. The plant had three buds, two opened Sunday evening and one Mon day. Carrier pigeon. No. 1)3, supposed to be one of the flock released at the world's fair for New York recently, has stopped and is making its home at E. S. Grosefend'a, just south of Middleville, Barry county. It was first noticed there July 20tb.. \ The tramp question is again before the public for solution. Although the season for caring for these people ought not to begin for three months, the jail is already full of them; nearly all from Battle Creek. Wftat is to be done with these tourists Is a question that is hard to solve. it was thought Saturday that Henr> N. French would be selected ,as superio tendenl of the Lansing schools to sue oeed Prof. Cheever.'resigned, but wheu the board met, Charles O. Hoyt, of Jjtckson, was chosen. Probably the board did noi make a mistake in select ing Mr. Hoyt, they certainly would not had Mr. French been chosen. The Battle Creek correspondent of the Detroit News sends in the folio wing: Philip Mulligan was killed on the railroad A week age. He was. drunk- from Sunday liquor at the time,. Sunday night Rev. George B.ltulp preached on the matter, scoring the city council very, • severely.- He quoted the city marshal aS saying that* ft would be easy enough to close the saloons on Sunday if tbs al 4erj#ejJ4fa«jnselves weren't so of--Jtoti» Cwek fire in much better shape than the tie Creek b'oys. ' '> ? July was the fifth month in the Rom an calendar and was called Quinlilas, the fifth. Originally it contained thirty six days, but was reduced by Romulous o to thirty one, by Numa .to thirty, but "was restored to thirty one by Julius Cuusar, in honor of whom it *as named July on account ol his having been born during this month. It. w as also so called from the goddess Juno. One of the filthiest looking pieces of humanity that ever came 'in side tue city arrived this after noon. He was a tramp sent up from Battle Creek. Ho was barefooted and his clothing consisted of a pair of pants' a shirt and a straw hat. The sheriff was thinking of putting him to soak, over-night and then try and clean him up jn the morning. There has beeitt current a report that the Michigan Central railway company w-as discharging hundreds of its em ployees. President Ledyard said this morning that the statement was not true. Tlie'company had been compelled to lay off some men temporarily, owing to-the reduction of business by the sen erul stagnation of trade In its shops, hower,. it has reduced the number of hours of labor to nine per diem in order to avoid even temporary discharges and to afford employment to as many men as possible during this hard time. *ne s 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 fny Your Taxes. . Commencing Aug. 1st. 1 shall be at the store of S. E. Croui«, grocery de partmeut, from 0:00 to 12:00 a. m., and from l':30 to 3:30 p. m. for the purpose, of receiving cit> taxes, which must bo paid prior to Sept. 1st. JOUN KELLER, City Treasurer. Farm Wanted. I have a customer with cath for u small farm, 40 to 60 acres, and worth frgm f 1,500 to |2;ftOO. If you have unu fpr sale cpme_aad see^me. t Yours Truly,. 1 H. M. MEKKILL. 1-4 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 WHALEltt, Hardware Dealer 161 EAST STATE ST., MARTIN BLOCK. Sow is your time, to order jour eu cumbers for pickles and new Mason "quart cans. Prices will be as follows: 400 medium or large size, $1; 500 small size, $1; quart sans per dozen, $0.75. Goods delivered promptly. iit.7 CAMP " The .(Michigan Central will run a spec ial excursion to Chicago Tuesday Aug.8 on account of the world's -fair. Rale lor ttie round trip .$4.55, Train at 1333 p. m., stopping at Midway Plai^ance und Hyde Park Sta- tious for passengers wita hand baggage'. Tifcket* good sjouig by above traiuouly. in tirat class coaches, and good for 'return until Aug." 11 inclusive, i« first class coaches on ail regular 'trains ex- cepting-on'trains designated as LIMJTEP TJO-WtS and train No- <J. Returning, traiaV depart from 12tb Street Station t stopping al 3?4 Struct, 89th Btreet and The balance of our Spring Goods in Merchant , Tailoring at prices that will close them out this week. SHANAHAN'S. Jiollcr Current besi rolltsr flour for |U5, pounds,'w^rram*d tp give «at " gt pill Herbs of JOY ri.. Z> r • r '. V^ — Oil of .HffT.? 1 - * w-^*

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