The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on August 10, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Thursday, August 10, 1893
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(r T? 5\ "* **A t ^ "* ^*" S p ' T j^-O J "* * V „ 1 *" O l * . i *< 1*-. ^ "** p-^ * "^ , * * v ' Vt *"'«** falv.* t * •£**& "'"" TL 1 *"" i t * % i V,* ** * l i f 1 ",.",. ' J *j .L f . f: ^^| % , t . ,' ; > t, 1&189& »r* tojhe world's fair w'li fifed the CfcBOHlCLte oil sale at Ge0» F; War v en's news 'rand cigar slant* in tiieMioh- Mrs, John Kappis, a daughter, Toed- day,. , * * " * ' - . *' «- . 4 -it*-, Mrs. Jacdb Morehardt, of Fredonia, a son, Wednesday. Lucy A. Willard, of Chicago, is visit,- ing at J. M« Hatch's. There was & dance at the Brace lake house last evening. • W. J, DeWolf* of New Yorf q|*y, is visiting in this city. <- v • Don't forget the social at the Univer salist church tonight.. The Battle Creek Moon says that Mo : dio is valued at $25,000. / John Butler exhibits "a pair of three year olds well matched add broken." . Miss Helun Edgerton and Miss Nan nie Boynton went to Chicago Wednesday. Mrs. Fred W. Moss, of Oskaloosa, Iowa, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. L. Dobbins. 'Mr, and Mrs. George S. Woolsey left this morning for a visit in Kansas City and other points in the west. John Farusworth, Fred Ganka, Char lie Doyle and Will Brestel went into camp at Brace lake today. .Uapt. R. S, Warner,, a former resi dent of this city, baa been calling on old friends the past two days. ' A railroad man is authority for the statement that-the Michigan Central will have a new time card and two passenger trains will be taken off An excursion train composed of fourteen coaches from New York passed through the city Wednesday on the Michigan Central. Seven hundred pas sengera were aboard. ' The'C. Ji & M. will rell ticket* to Battle Creek and return for one fare for the round trip Friday, August II, on account of Rmgling Bros. Circus. A special train will leave Battle" Creek after the performance in the evening. There will not be a matinee at the fair ground', tomorrow. A number of the horsemen are away and others are thinking of taking in the show at Battle Creek, so it.bas heen thought best not to have any races this week. The descendants of Caleb Lincoln, of Union City, held a reunion a few days ago, at the residence of L. G: Lincoln, at which time 58 of the 98 descendants were present. Four generations were represented. The original family came from England in 1 16§7 and was identi fled with the early, 'settlements of the N ew -England states ' Benjamin Hart, a wealthy farmer re siding in, the north west corner of the 'township ot Williamston, Ingham county, thought the bank was not a safe place for his money, so he .withdrew 99,080, tqojk it home, and concealed it in his house. Yesterday he went to the place where tie had left it and feu.ud it. was gone. No clue to the thief. The SUte Board of Agriculture Tuesday proJBoted^F. B, Muin*ord jto t% ae .sistant professorship of agriculture: and W. O. Hedruk to the assistant profess, orship of history and political economy . at the Agncultural college. 1 F. A. Howe, of Detroit, tt was elected secretary to President Gorton. < Several import ant positiqoa were left unfilled uettl the next meettogjof the bosrd. -1>\ : 1 Adrian youngsters have learned to ^ cheat the, W." C- T. II.' slot nmcbjuu : fpuntam in that city with »n iron wash t er in lieu of a cent, anj stream ia del fr^ k'ee^-j; ,*uwd.«»n, of ^-(J 54 ,* 'a ' * ^ -S^V^" 3 * '^ * Boat club has di^etfsed with the Geyrge H. Southwottb wdnt to Hopkins, Mfch; t/ t6dayoa fanshiess. > Jobn Powell has seeded the uge of the elevator at the Hurd mill and wlU store wheat at a moderate rate, • Miss Delia Mellenaon, of Kankakee, III., who has been visiting Mrs, Mat- ; thew Grace, left tot home this morning, Judge Ingersoll Went lo Chicago today, He will be absent two or three weeks, unless .Very urgent business should demand his attention at home. Battle Creek Moon, Sib; Miss Belle Lewis, of Marshall, was in this city last evening to attend a party and returned home this morning. It is reported that President Ledyard of the Michigan Ctntrftl has given sr ders to reduce the force tronr 20 to 25 percent. ^ Central has recently received and placed in use on the west division of the road four new mogul en gines. They are Nos. 163, 183, 242, and 808. ' Miss Nellie Link has ben elected delegate for. Marshall Hive No. 22, L. O. T.' M., to .the annual review of the grand hive to be held at .Grand Rapids September 12-15,. _ { If Mrs. George F. Strong, or anyone who knows her, is in this vicinity, they may possibly hear something to Mrs. Stone's advantage by caUfcg on Justice Tilbtson. , ' Pencil** & At Watson's you can tiud choice No. 1 peaches in one . fifth bushel baskets every afternoon. Motion* Win. Shipley will put you up a mod orn house ou short notice. Flans fur nished and estimates made. If you are intending to build or repair your house it will be for jour interest to call and see Mm. Shop in the Clary building on Eagle street CHEAP RATES. O. A. It. Encampment ut Iiulliianputli', Ac jo u nt of G. A II. eucaiupment held at Indianapolis, Ind., in September, 1893 The C. J. & M. By. will o&er special low rate excursion tickets from nil points at rate of one cent per mile in each direction.*' Tickets on sale Sept. 3, 4, and 5. Good returning; up to and in eluding Sept. 10, 1893. For. informal ion regarding time Of trains, r op ten, etc., apply, to nearest C. J. & M. agent or ad dress t.he general passenger agent. T. C. M. SCHINDLEB, . Geu'l Fassengfir Agent. Kxcl<u»t;e. * ,. ; _' We give 40 Ibs, flour for a bushel p wheat and sell flour for $1.50 per 100 Ibs. Feed and grain of all kinds sold cheap for cash a.t O. A. Cbesber's mill •|*»y Your Taxet. Commencing Aug. 1st, I stiall be at the'storo bl S. E, Cronin, grocery^^e partment, from U:00 to 13:00 a. niv and fcotn 1:30 to 8:30 pr'in. (or the purpose of .receiving cit> taxes, which must, be pa,id prior to Sept. 1st, ' City Treasurer. I bave'> customer .with cath for a small -farm, 40 to 60 acres, and worth from.f 1,500 to |2,000. If you have one for sale eomp and see me. "'A . Mrs. NWer ba» removed her stock o millinery to; tuft residence on Bast State street, where she will be-pleased ^ aff who desire any thing in Her line. Chas. RJlburn has opened a restaUr ant the first door west of the Tontiue, the public is invited to call. An Bxirnordlnary Bat gain- ft9,(OO. A splendid two story dwelling, and one 1% story dwelling, with one acre of land, including excellent fruit garden centrally located. F6r terms apply to 0. CCNKlNGHAM. t *"'"' '-^ •"-""""'""M I i In ••i". ..•,.•-1 Robert Shelley has opened a tin s,hop in the building formerly occupied as meat-market, opposite E..L. Mnrphy s store. Give him a call when in need of any tin work, , Holler Current Mill Sells best roller flour for $1.75 hundred pound?, warranted 'to give sat /isfaction. All kinds of mill feed on hand. Give me a trial and be convinced that i^ will pay you to trade with me. W. W. CLEVELAND. ,5,000 spring, and summer sample* have arrived. Call and select yoin summer suit or pants. Better choct than 'piece goods. Call and exutu'oe before buying. Quality, and price to uitat ' TKD'S, the tailor, Over Fletcher's'store. • „ "" " ftnaAtt. K • ', f Choice home grown poaches in one!,.?, fifth'bushel baskets today at .Wataop's. . • Wanted—Girls or'smart boys .to piofc. over beans, Apply at office at once, H. J.COLKMAN. Battle Creek, Mich: Teaches Shorthand and Typewriting, English _an,d Business courses. How to acquire promotion arid influence.' How to be successful in a business career. •How to save, and make money. Hundreds of students holding good, paying positions. Graduates -assisted to posi tions if desired. Nine departments £ cellent college. Everything first class Address for circulars, and catalogue as above. When Baby was'slck, we gave her Castor)*. When the was a Child, she cried for Cactoria. When ah« became MM;ihe clung to Caitorla. . Whan «h* had Children, *he gara th«m Outcrl*. Friends Herbs of Joy, Friends Oil of • f Friends Purity Soap, Friends Foot On Sale At Greene'sDrugStore. *^' - f ~* ti ~ T ^ i& u „-, v . '-,Now t» your ttime to order your en- punab^ra fgr plekles and new Mason 4ttarteant. jpric^swili be as follows-. ~ " ^ I J.;' 50? per dozen The balance of our Spring Goods in Merchant Tailoring at prices that will close them out this week. SHANAHAN'S. . ' + .' other 4ny before fn^aeey called » J^sJ*. ^'-^^^m^^^^m^^ '*- „ W* *91&^^\W&^W& i*> * i«*; fpifttx^ipip; x&i • \_ ,*<r -^ ' \L**£*"$&•&''' .1 "" f ^~"l$r-! p'^^xf"^'^ -. >>^&^'S:!%&&?'*?§ ',,• -"'ti r-'^: -^A,~^T - A; ^-> -• ^ *&.'*r<*' li %*< ft A'''~'i. 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