The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on August 11, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, August 11, 1893
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• >•* 7'"^ ^ ! DAILY Visitor* to the world's fair will find 6. H. Vary and famHy are to Chicago. \ -w-»; r ii; t /, i L i- • BREVITIES, ,.; ; "Boat club dance this evening at-the boat house. Marshal Howe slushed the gutters on .State street today. v -• ' Mrs. T. J. Kelleher, of Battle^Cfeek, is visiting in this city. Mrs. Gregory and sons, of Gregory arc visiting at Mrs, LrHalsey's. ' Miss Jessie Porter entertained a pro gressive cinch party last evening. Quito a number from this city went to the circus at Battle Creek today. . A Nileai lady has taught her little dog to carry the train of her dress when she goes walking. Mrs.M. D. Talcolt and daughter* of Chicago, are visiting 'Mrs. T's. father, N. Benedict. ,,> Battle Creek will celebrate labor day Sept. 1st. Preparations are being for a big time. • Nichols & Shepard's warehouse at Kansas City, Mo., burned Thursday . With a loss of 160,000, partially insured. All snow is not, white. At several places- in the .mountains of Colorado and Calfornia it is blood red. Snow has been known to "be black, jellow, red and gr,pen. Two person* playing dominoes 'ten hours a day ami making four moves a minute could continue 118,000,0% years without exhausting all the combinations of the game, the total of which is 218, 528,211,840. Oue Marshall muu who went to Toledo on the Put in-Bay excursion, failed to get off when the train arrived iu this city that night and waa carried through >ip Allegau. He arrived homo just in time for breakfast next moruiug. The private car of General Manager II. W. Ashley, of the Toledo road passed through on the C. J. & M. tram west Thursday. Mr, Ashley was accompanied by Hon. W. R. Burt, of Saginaw, who is receiver for-the Toledo & Ann Arbor road. The bpard of managers of the Soldiers- Home at Grand'Rapids, have decided in favor of a single building for the woman's building and against the cot tage plan. The annex will be built south of the present main building in the grove west of the Dummy line. Olivet Optic: Geo. W, Keyes #Son paid >a draft the other day issued by the old tirrn of Geo. W. KejeHn 1884, and signed by the late-O. L.-Shepherd, who was at work in the bank at that time. The draft was presented by Will I^ewis, of Marshall, who canjev, across it whihL sorting some old papets be wished to destroy. ..,.,> A man from the country was riding west, on a Madison street caf&lu car in Chicago ifre other' day. The car of the U. S, fish commission v?as attached to day express going east today. Byron Weston, of Nebraska, a former resident of this city, 13 visiting in Mar shall -and vicinity. '.;..„Marshal Howe says he is going to try sry fire hidrant la the city before he gets through, Sbmoof them have not been opened tor more than a year and the marshal says he has to let the watef run two or three minutes before it gets any thing like clear. * Jolin D. Houston, son of J6cl*Hous ton, of Fredonia.^and Miss Mary J. Blount were married at the-home of the bride's parents in Mt. Pleasant Thursday. I'her will reside at St. Ignace, Midi., where Mr. Houston is engaged as teacher in the city scnools. - v Ed. Lyon'g little girl came near being poisoned to death today. She drank some water out of a dish containing a piece of p'ofspn fly paper. Fortunately it made her sick and caused her to vomit and get most of the poison out of her stomach at once. Dr. Greene was calltd and administered an antidote, aud the little, one will. , ( got along all right. Citre should be taken to keep such things outot the reach of children, as there is no tolling what they may take into their heads to do, Mr. Sarah M. Adams ImV received *725 from the Equitable Aid Union on the policy Held by the late Wm. D. Adams in that order. Some little delay was caused in filing the proofs/jf death which accounts for the money not being received before. The E. A. U. was started inTKIs city in Nov. 1890, and this is the first death. The state of Michigan now has separate jurisdiction, which will probably reduce the assessments. A single assessment was made this month, which if kept up will reduce the rale (already low) one half. PEACHES GALORE. , Mrs, Never has removed her stock o * ' >ty • Want0tf-*Girlc or smart bW tb ttffek ntr»f> Koana A __:i_ _k» _*•< ,1 __ . . . . f to her residence on East Stiite street, where she -will- be pleased to see all who desire anything jp her- line. Chas, Kilburn baa opened « restaur ant the first door west : of the Tontiue, the public is invited to call. ' An Extiaordlnary UftjenH.-gS.floO, A splendid two Story dwelling and one \% story dwelling, with obe acre o land, including excellent fruit garden centrally located. For terms apply to • D. CUNNINGHAM. ., R p be ."Shelley has opened a tin shop in the building formorly occupied as meat market, opposite E. L. Murphy s store. Give him a call when in need of any Un work. ' . 0 Roller Currant 0*1.111 Sells best roller flour- for f i.ft Per hundred pound}, warranted to give sat isfactiom. All kinds of mill feed on hand. Give me a trial and be convinced that jt will .pay you to trade.^ith me. W.W.CLEVELAND. 5,000 spring and'summer sample have arrived. Call and select' yon'i summer suit or pants. Better choce than piece goods. Call' and ejcum'fc before buying. Quality and pric<- to Uit at ' .^Ep's, the tailor, Over Fletcher's store. over beans; Apply at effi* (Je at H. . * >j Peach«*. Choice homegrown peaches 'ft ooe bushel BasSeg today at Watson's Battle Creek, Mich. Teaches Shorthand and Typewriting, English and Business courses. How lo° acquire promotion and influence. How to be successful jp. a business career. How to save and make money. Hundreds of students holding gopd, paying positions. Graduates assisted to poai tiobs if desired. Nine departments. Ex celfent college. Everything first class Address Jfor circulars and catalogue as above. • Whon Baby waa rick, w* gare her Caitork. Whro she waa a Child, «he cried for Qwtorku *: ynietL tfke became Jtlas, she clung; to 1 "^iiferiA.' When ahe bad Children, »be ga Wtiem Ck««criiu called Pretty sooft the conductor eut ,' f Hay." stopped Ihe car, and a Udy got Off. A aioment or two af- tei he- cal.led"Ann," stopped thecar and twaladi«d gathered their bundles am* stepped itHf Another block or . two and ..he called ^'EUzabeth," and the same performance was repeated. Tbenc^nie Ada, and a woman and child alight ed. Aiter a few mote bluets he sang out "PauJimV- and three ladies left the car. The stranger had looked on, open mouthed,, but tb'ls was too much for asked,, the. cooductbr's coatlie "$®,ster, do yoa-know the " Crop Thl» Y«»r W.ll Hreak the Kecord. The Allegan Gazette, wh'ch is published in the heart of the Michigan fnrit belt, says: " 'Cheap as peaches,' is likely to be a saying peculiar to this year of grace 1803, for never was there a larger erbp.df 'this exeellpt.t fruit, either in Michigan or the rest of the country. There are peaches everywhere. They started in the local market last week, and shipments were made 1 abroad—thos miserable little sour .clingstones that are a, reproach <o the name of peach. They bring to the produce* about fifty cents per bu^e) It will be several weeks, before" reallygood peachts ripen. It is probable thatr / the very best peaches will be purchasable/ at Iron fifty cents to one dollar per busiel when the season-is at its hight. The^inper with its steady but not extreme oeB, and abundance .of snow, and thfe favoMble spring, did not kill a single bud, an^ reports from aU parts of the peach districts are to the effect that the trees are heavily loaded. The New Jer- se.y, Pennsylvania and Carolina peach crops are all heavy this y*ajr, for the eastern uaar- Herbs of Joy, Friends Oil of f*lm Friends Purity Soap, Friends Foot Ease On Sale At. . Greene'sDrugStore, 9! eveyy M(wwaQv"to Chicago ana where - ket, aud this will contribute to lower prices for the Michigan product. The .only really high priced fruit this year will^be apples, The.crQp is largely a failure, not only in Michigan but throughout the country, and applet) will be apples uesTwinfer, scarce at any priee. Piuuis are rather short in Michigan, but the pear crop- will bo substantial and grapes are very "promising." nioderu tfouaeb. Wm. Shipley will put you up a modj n house on short notice. Plans fur njahed'and estimates made. If yog are jjjtending tp build or repair jrour house wjll be lor your interest to call see wu. oe wr your interest to call sn^i Wni. Shop io the Clary building on. ;le street. '. £ " •'^••' . • Eagle street. balance pf our Spring Goods in Merchant ^Tailoring at prices t|iat will close them out this week. SHANAHAN'S, K,' ;er Doctor's 8th :-. wj^g lives .between was

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