r "to the fcorld'l fatf' will .find the CHBONICLE ofi sale at Geb. F^Wat en's news rand cigar stand id the Michigan building, -V ,*^4 •!" f-f- BREVITIES. W. H. Porter returned from Chicago Ihla afternoon. rff ' T, F. Giddings, of Kalamazoo, was in this city today. The Gale works at Albion •have' abut down for ft short time. Earl Houston entertained a party of young people at Brace lake Friday. Jay Cronin and Mutt \%itson have returned from a ten daya';stay in Chica • ' : S°. :•' '" " / . ' Mrs. J. A. McKinslrey and Miss Ma . bel Spicer haye returned from a ten days camp at Brace lake. Jackson Patriot: Miss Grace Fauik ncr, of Marshall, is visiting Mra,_M. S. Larrabeei and Mrs. 'J3*-C. Ijjaulkner. A traveling sign painter bas been do ing sooiie lettering for a number of the business men today.' lie did -his work Well and quite rapidly. The G. J. & M. sold 99 tickets to Bat£ tie Creek. Friday. The circus was' no attraction of course, the people simply made the trip because the fare was cheap.,. . . Two little girls,,Were lost in Jackson Friday night. After the neighbors and police had scoured that part of town and concluded that the children had been Kidnapped, the little, ones were found under a bed fast asleep. 'We are requested lo -publish the section of the game law relative to wood • cock. The section reads as. follows: "No person or persons shall kill or destroy, or attempt to kill 01 destroy, any woodcock, save only from the tif teuntb day of August to the fiftee'ilh day of December in each year." The law is construed to read that birds must not be killed on thp tirat day named. - Tbu braes ring swindler who has operated in the ciliea and villages for many years past has taken to tramping for the purpose of swindling the farm era. He calls tit a farm house and asks • for food or a drink of water, and as he turn.-j away stoops and picks a heavy ring out of the dirt or grass. lie in quires if any member of the family has lost a ring, calls attention to the fact ..that it is marked "18 K;" remarks that it must have been lost by some visitor to the family and then offers to sell it. Itis ajiparenUy worth $10 or f 12, and tie generally gets from $1 to |3 for-it. ? -""TBe^aFe brass wi(h a gilding of geld, and coat 60 cents per do/en. • Sunday'an entirely new time table goes into effect bn^tbteMiQhigah. Cen-! tral. The money tightness effects jihe railroads as all other large enterprises -,, and a decrease of passenger traffic has caused the Michigan Central te attempt ., lo decceabe expenses. Eight trains have ''•been taken pff Vha main lipe and two each from the Grand Rapids and Sagi naw divisions. It ia intimated by some that the new superintendent trying to make himself a record is the cause ot so radica^ a change. The trains taken off %he main line are Nos. 1 and 4 (New Vork. and Chicago tjimited) 32 and 23, (Jackson and Detroit'accommodation) • 13 and 84,' (Kalamazoo and Chicago.) —Jackson Patriot. Talk about your own town and work for it*. j It has schools, good churches, Nettie Thwing is spending tfa» week at Allegan. Mrs. George Gary Jeft Friday for Grand Rapids. Rev. and Mrs. Van Antwerp have gone to the World's fair. Miss, Ethel Van Antwerp is visiting friends in Grand Rapids. ;'M'isa May Bosley will sihg at the Bap; t'ist church Sunday morning. ' Aboxit thirty couples attended the boat club" party, last evening. That they had a:good time goes without saying. George Miers and Will JStmons went to Chicago this afternoon. They went to South Haven and from there by boat. A touring cigarmatzer, 'who struck Jackson this week, wanted to leave and go to Chicago. He sneaked' into a freight car which was in the railroad yards there. "After the felldw had slept for a whole night and part of the day he got out of the car, thinking he was in Chicago. The town B'.ruck him as very familiar. He hadn't left town. When be thought the car was going it wa» simply being switched- - 'all over the JuxCtion yards. 4& " - A new time card goes into effect on the Michigan Central Sunday, August 13. Trains pass this station as follows: Atlantic Exp:... ...... ..... 8:2? a.m. Grd. Rap..& Kal. Exp ..... .*. . 8:13 a. m. Mail ..... ,. ................ '.. 1:45 p. in. Detroit Day Exp...,. ...... .; 3:03 p. m; N . Y. & Eastern Exp ...... . 8:00 p< m. Nia. Fjtlls & Buff Spl. , „ . . . 10:15 r>. m. WEST. Pae. Exp. ........... „ ---- ... 1:05 a. m. Chgo. Spl...-. ........... .... 0:10a. m. Day Exp. ... .. ........... . 10:83 a m. Mail ................. ... ..... 12:43 p.m. Chgo. and Western Exp ..... 3:44 p. m Grd. Rap. & Kal. E\p ....... 8:38 p. m. Chgo. Night Exp ............ ll:40p m. The'Michigau Central will run a spec ial excursion train to Chicago Tuesday, Aug. 15th. leaving Marshall at 13:32 p. ui. Tickets for round trip $4.85, good for return until Aug. 18th i u all vegu ular, excepting on trains designated at limited trains and train No.C. For fur ther particulars inquire at ticket office; NoVer has removed her stock o millinery to her residence on East State atreet, where she will be pleased to see all who 'delHre anything id her line. Cha*a. Kilburn bas opened a restaur ant the first dopr west of the Tontiue, the public is invited to call. • -i -.-•[-* — ^ T — ------ -i — — y An HxtiBcrdltifir* J»aig«lt— »2,< OO. A splendid two story dwelling and one \}4 story dwelling, with one acre of land, including excellent fruit garden centrally located. For terms apply to D. CUNNINGHAM. •Robert Shelley has opened a tin shop 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. Kollef Current Mill Sells best roller flour for f 1.75 per .hundred pounds, warranted to give sat isfactipn. All kinds of will feed on hand. Give me a trial and be convinced that it will pay you to trade with me. W.W.CLEVELAND. 5,000 spring and summer sample* have arrived. Call and select youi summer suit or pants. Better choc*' than piece goods. 'Call and. oxum' n e before buying. Quality dlnd price to uit at-, TED'S, the tailor, - - Over Fletcher's * ^A .. V " ^ Waflted-Girla over: beats. Choice; home grown peaches iff bUEhcl baskets today at WatsOijkVl Battle Creek, Mich. teaches Shorthand and Typewriting, English and Business courses. How toV ; acquire promotion and influence, to be snccessful in a business career, How to, saye jand make money. d reds of Students holding good, paying positions. Graduates assisted to post tions if desired. Nine departments. Ex cellent college. Everything first class Address for circulars and catalogue as above. . t -..'-;• 1 When Baby was «lck, When BhewaA a ObQd, she cried for CMtort*. Whenilwbecameto^^olungtoCwtorU. '" When <b0:bad ChtU^an, the ganTtt^n QtJWHk. Friends Herbs of Joy, Friends Oil of fxrlmdness, Friends Purity Soap^ Friends Foot Elase On Sale At Greene'sDrug Store. Uluderu Win. Shipley will put you up a m»<l aru house on shurt notice, flans lur nishcd and estimates made. If you :ue f intending to build or repair your housn j it will be for jour interest to call and see him. Shop in the Clary building on Eagle street. ',, • CHEAP RATES. O. >>. It. KiSoaiupunoVit At ludlaiiapoU*. Account of G- A R> encampment held at Judiaua polls, lad, , in September, 1893 The C. J. (^ M, Ry. will offer tpecj^l low rate excursion tickets from all points at rate of pne cent -per liule in each direction. Tickets on sale Sept.' 3, 4, and 5. Good returning up to and • including Sept. 16, 1803. For information regarding time of trains, routes, etc., apply to nearest G J . & M . agent or ad dreta the general passenger agent. T. C. M.iSeHlNPLEB, Gen'l Passenger Agent. . Uewuved, ' I have removed my office to Eagle block in the rooms form.er.ly, occupied by Dr. Houston, * " . . -' ' EL.U8 HEWITT, f At V^'atsou^s you can nnd choice Np.l e^oues, it) "one fifth buahel baskets vtiry afternoon Dont grumble ie not UD to your idea, especially nothing liberal eoeouragen^ent to » batbel wbeafc aud sell flour for $1.5$) per 100 ibsU Feed^and gram of all j^inds A; Chesber's miU cheap "f or cisb atC. t^iamre of our Spring Goodr in Mej> .chant Tailoring at prices that will close but this week. SHANAHAN'S.
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