The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on August 9, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Wednesday, August 9, 1893
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-_- Visitors to the world's fair will find the CHBOSIOLE oti sale at Geo. F. Waf en's news rand cigar stand in the Michigan building. BREVITIES. W. H. Porter has gone to Chicago. Dr. T^horn&soti, of Albion, was in this city today. __ C. J.. Orontn was in this , Misses Lydia and Mabel Gray Went to Jaokerph tod*y> Mtss Leggett, of New York City, is visiting atrSlr^ S. S. Lacefs. '?~ Remember the ice cream social at the trniversalist church Thursday, Aug. 10 ' Miss Kate Eipper, T< Eipper and Mary Kappis have gone to the world's 'fair. . Mr. and Mrs. George; Guncrson, of Cauandaigua, N. Y., are'guests of J. L. Dobbins this week. An Italian has rented the vacant store in the Cook block and will open a fr.uit store about the 15th inst Carl Webber and Ottio Asch, who have been at Ljbn lake for the past two weeks, brojte camp today. Rev. and Mrs. Brinutad and about twenty roemberp of the Baptist society had a picnic at Lyon lake yesterday. Mrs. Geo. Briggs died this morning. The funeral will be held at the house on N. Madison street at 2 p. in. Friday; The Detroit News has dug up ah old 1886 cut of President Cleveland and lib pled it John A. Gerow. It dues not bear the remotest resemblance to John. G. \V. Little is In this city pushing the interest of the. Coca Cola Co., of Boston, Mass , and Atlanta, Ga. It is a line summer diuik,,but likd all semi-mqdipi nal beveragas the tastis for U has to lie acquired. U in' on tup at J . K. K-*uruey er's. Jacksou Patriot- County Snperintfcii tendent Huwley yutenluy furnished transportation lo Cieo. Byrn aud^ w;ife They were sick uud L. B. Tompkins, of Homer, was iu this city today. . j Mr. and Mrs. Charles JTonematt are visiting in Coldwater. Mrs ..OB. Rowley has been on the sick Hat for the past two days. About twenty from this city took in the excursion to Put in Bay today. Fresh, luscious fruits will Tie sold at the benefit festival tonight. Come buy. Mrs. W. C. White and sons,.of Grand Rapids, are visiting at J. B. .Albaugh's The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. T, Rieley died today. Funeral tomorrow j meat at 230. : 'Marriage licenses issued Aug. 9: Thomas H.,Butcher and Lena T. Hoyt, both of Battle Creek. .The pension baard met at Dr. Mar shall's office today. Three applicants were examined. A , . The boat club will have an informal hop at the boat house Friday evening for members only.' Tickets 25 cents.' Every nationality: represented in the temple will have a flag ,at the festival tonight. Tto "ring.'.''cake will be sold , ^ Mrs. N&f er has removed her stock Q milliiiery to her residence on East State eet, wberer'rilid will be pleased to see <all who desire anything in her line. Ghas. kilbura has opened ft restaur ant the first door west of the Tontine, the public is invited to call, *. An Exli.ifidrdlnBjry H«igaJn~ »JJ.<t>6; A,3plendid |Wo story dwelling and one \]4 stored welling, with citie acre of land, irielodingr excellent fruit garden centrallyjocated. For terms- apply to D* CUNNINGHAM, Robert Shelley las opened a tin shop .. _ ,..-,iJi^^ ^^^^.,4.jj, occupied 49 E. L. Murphy s when in need of , Peaches. *• j Choice [home grown peaches in one fifth bushel baskets today at Watson's • Wanted—Girls or smart boys to pick o'ver beans. Apply at office ai once. H. j. store. any tin work. . Uoller Current Milt Sells best roller flour for $1.75 per hundred pound*, warranted to give sat isfaction. All kinds of mill feed on hand. Give me a trial and be convinced that it will pay you to trade with me. W.W.CLEVELAND. . by the amateur auctione-Ar, RobbiePcck '•' that writes the base ball re portfl for the Battle Creek Moon bad better buy. a book and study up the game a little before he tries his hand in that lino again. A cure sill for «uits of all kinds, cock roaches and any other pests that invade the sactum of thq "chef is green wal nuts. Placo in tho pantry, closets, cup boards yr any other places where they are likely to be. Th« cure is effecluul and the rvinwly cleau. Jackson Patriot: A Lansing dispatch sa>,« the new prison law will be listed in 5,000 spring and summer samplet- have arrived. Call and select yom summer Suit or pants. Better cho e» than piece goodsv Call and cxum'o before buyjng.. Quality and prict tc uit at '? . ' • •"-..: TED'S, the tailor, :; Over Fletcher's store. Battl^Creejt, Mich;' TeacUes'Shortharid and TypewWity?. English and Business courses. How to acquire promotion and influence. How to be successful in a business career. How to. nave and make money. Hundreds of students holding good, paying positions. Graduates assisted to positions if desired. Nine apartments.- Ex celleut college. Everything first class. Address for circulars and catalogues aa above. When Baby was sick, we gave her CMtori*. When she was a Child, she cried for CaatocU, •When ih« became Mian, she clung to OftMocU. ' Wben «he had Children, she g»Teth«m CMfocU. as far us Marshall. were on their way from Wyandottt! to Battle Creek, lauding in Jackson with out :i Cent . 'The new postal cards, of which 2,500, 000,000 are to be printed, will be mauu factured at Castletou, a suburb uf, Albany. The contractor gets about oue- third of a cent apieo,e for them,.ai)d it is understood that the sale of them by the governmelH will net an aununl prof it of f 3,000,000. Medio won the. three year old race at Grand Rapids Tuesday m three straight heats, best time 2:17% • It is quite evi dent that Messrs. Dickey and Arms .knew what they were buying when they purchased Medio. He is said to be the best three jear old iu Michigan today. Mr. W. Arthur Reilcy informs our re porter that a terribly civil war ih raging in Samoa between two rival chiefs but it is wholly political and the missionaries h»;ve nothing to fear. Mr. Reiley is correspondent of the Samoa Times and is supplied with all-the latest news from the South Sea Islands. Battle Creek Moon: The saying is that "there is np fool like an old fool." This was proven to be true last uight. A lady made coinp.laiut to the police that an old man —a grandfather in years, was. annoying the life out of her by making love to her, and that he followed tier wherever she went. The police brought him to tb&city hall, aud after giviug him a talking to let him go. The circular shaped indicator on the "Michigan Central track, between Kala- maaoQ and Comstoeb, is a curve train timer. . That isn't the official name for jh, probably", but that-")** what it does, in Us aatural, nermal condition the ~:' hand' poiute to 15. When 'a tram passes it sets the baud bacjs to 0,~and then the travels, to 15. hi~ that aaoiber of ghewing engineers how Mother train,' jpwsedj, courts because it "seems to have some very lar«;«; holes in it." Inasmuch as there :ire apparently some large si7,ed api'riurus iu the jinsou it might be a good ideu lo test the constijutioimlity cf thiil instiluliou a!\'au. The president's message to congress is brief and to the point. It deals al most entirely with the-financial ques lion and demands the repeal ot the Sherman act-. President Cleveland calls upon i-ou-gress to act at once and thus gi VL! the county relief froui thu present atringenl times. The messaK> : is an able docmueut and should be road by everyone. ' • ' Friends Herds of Joy, Friends Oil of <\rl»dness ? Friends Purity Soap, Friends Foot Ease - On Sale At GT eene'sDrug Store. YVi-u. Shipley will put you up a mod aru house on short notice, flans fur uifiht-'d and estimated made. If you are intending to build or repai'r yyur house it will be for .your interest to call and see him. Shop iu th<3 Clary biiildiugon Eagle street.^ « CHEAP RATES. G. A, It.' Encampment lit Account of G. A R. encampment held at ludiauapolis, Ind., inSeptember, 1898. The C. J. & M Ry. will Qfler special low rate excursion tickets 'from all points at rale of oue cent per mile in each directipiJ. Tickets xm sale^ept. 3, 4", and 5. Good retu-rniojj uplo and including Sept. 18,1893. For information regarding .time of trains,* route8, ; etc., apuly to nearest C. J. & M. agent or ad dregs thLeg^eue'ral passenger agent-. '£". C, M, SCHINBLEB, Gep'l Passenger Ageut, -- -_ ? s i^_—,_—_ • • i o **^y "i'our XAW- .• * "\_ ComuieuciDg.sAug. lst,i~.sUall be at the store ol S. 'E. Cronin, grocery de partmeut, from 9:00 to 13:00*, m.i $BJ& frow-l;304oS:afip'. us- fo? the purpose of reefcivwgcit) 1 taxes, which, must be paid'Sept. W. . , \ . JOHN The balance of OUE Spring Goods in Merchant Tailoring at prices that will close them out this week. SHANAHAN'S. 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