The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on August 17, 1893 · Page 3
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DAil/T 1893. • Visitor^ to the world's fair win find the CHEONICLK on sale at Geo. F. War en's'news rand ctgar stahd In the Mich- igani bonding. "•f •;/ BREVITIES. . ;';. .'" Postofice Inspector Larmotir was in this ctty'tbday. ^ " • 'tVank Billings left this molrnlttg for Button, South Dakota. 3. Bosley is visiting- friends Ernest Albaugh of Feoomseh is visit* Ing L. o Albaugh. Miss M«mi6 Larkin has returned from n visit at Lansing. Mrs, E. G. Brewer and children went to Chicago Wednesday. H-Ei Winsor left this afternoon for New York on a business trip^ Sam and Charlie Hindenach left the Orst of the week for the world's fair.. Bessie Lockwood and Wade Green gave a lawn party this afternoon. in Battle Creek today., The school build ings kre receiving a touch needed coat ot paint. J.. H. M.- Campbell, of Ypsilanti, is spending a few days in this city. «\y.J. Dibble, C. S. Joy and-M. S. O'keefe went to Gull lake today. Mrs. B. K. Sweet returned to her . home in Carson City Wednesday. Putnam's cold storage house- at Albion was destroyed by lire Tuesday night. Will Johuson," of Detroit, a former Marshall boy, wasin this city today. An effort will be made in a short time te institute a K. P. lodge in this , city. .. 9 ' -. : '._ \ • ••? Wm. Conley left Wednesday morning for Nebraska to oversee the threshing of the wheat crop on the (itadahy tench, Burglarp entered the arouse of L-:;vB. Thonipkins of ;Hom^felMpQday • night 'and took a pair of shoes and f 25 in cash, ..' Marriage licenses is-ucd ;-,Aug. \ 1<H : William Hi, Chapin, of ^pntertedo, .Minn., and Laura J. PaiueK»f ilarshall. The Calhouu county pension board has had but one pensioner sent hum for ^examination, and liu was 'a man from Kalamazox/ county. • ' The New York Tribune announce? that "a number .of cowboy* at Three Bivera, Mich., have discard td horses /for bicycles., It is reported that a number of tramps who aro camping near Battle Greek went to the Held of a farmer near by and killed a steer and carried the cur cuss to their camp. <•**' Assistant Secretary Reynolds, holds that attorney H in pen: ion cases would hereafter be allowed a fbw of $2 in in created claims under the net pf June 27, ,. 189Q. It was contended by the attorney in interest that foes under this act should be governed, by the act of J my 14 18»4, which allows a fee of $10, but the assistant secretary holds to the contrary . The following dispatch, dated Chica go, Aug. 16, will be of interest to a number in this city who hold policies in the Total Abstmeace Life Association: President W . F. Singleton of the Total Abstinence J4fe Association, tod ay an nounped to an excited meeting of stock holders and policyholders, who tilled the office, tbajt |be- association was in solvent. There was an ; angry scene. 'Mr. Singleton stated that the mortuary liabilities of the association were about $50,000 aud toe assets about f 95,000- The depressed condition of the money market was given by him as the cause of the insolvency. It was proposed to traosfei the policies held in the association to the Commercial Alliance Associ alien of New York, but this action the stockholders vehemently protested against. Mr. Singleton stated that the f 95,000 assets are mostly m bonds of the East Tennessee Land company. The death claimsiiPHaid amount to |60, 000. « Detroit, ••Tribune: Deputy United Slates Marshal Wallace is kept busy now arresting people using the United States 1 mails for the purpose of advertis ing medicines. After having Delivered bis man -from Marshal} here ou Tuesday 1 N.JvKelsey returned from Bay View Tuesday. His family will remain .until Sept. 1st. Mn.and Mrs. J. W> Fl^tgher aud son, John, of St. Joseph! are visiting at R. B. Fletcher's. Marriage licenses issued Aug! 17- Frud P. Jordan, of Ann Arbor, and Ma; ria J. Beach, of Porinfield. A Georgia editor, describing his visit to the world's fair, says: "Chicago is a great city, and has been wonderfully improved.Bince Columbus discovered it.' THUS, far 8,008,672 persons have paid to see the world's fair. This docs not include 'the few country editors who, have had.passes that the Chicago Tn bane fc'els so bad about. • This afternoon as-Miss Townsend, of Marengo, was driving near the corner of State and Jefferson streets] the king bolt IK her carriage broke, letting the front of the vehicle down and throwing %er io. 'the jjround* Fortunatejy 'she wa.s not injured. C. W. Way, of this city; is a delegate to the annual meeting of the Railway Postal Clerks Mutual Benelit Association, to be held in Boston Sept. 5, 6 and 7. Mr. Way will attend, in company .with his wife. They go by rail to New York City'and then.by boat to Boston, The delegates and their ladies will be entertained by the clerks at Boston, who have arranged for a big time. The Deland Journal of Wednesday contained a brief history of the life of Dr. French of Battle Creek the article ends as follows: "Since the formation of the Republican party the doctor liu.- been a stalwart adherent to this faith aud helu the office of mayor of this citj for several years " The Journal forgot 1.0 State that the doctor was appointed a member of the Calhouu county bo;\r<i of pension exumiuers by Preside) Cleveland and removed by Preside! Harrison. • ' • Tuesday eveuiug about eight o'clucl. an auburn haired young muu, who clerks in a bhoe store near th>< corner ot State and Jufl'ersou streets, WHS seen hustling fur a policeman to arrest a burglar who was sui posed to be on the roof of the Store, trying ,to break ipto. the second stury of the buiikl.ug. He 'found Robert Schelly and Andrew Rud dock and the two repaired .to the rear of the store, got a ladder and wade ready to capture the burglars. They padded their feet so as not to make any uoise and carefully ascended the ladder. As they ueared the place where their men wure supposed to be, one police uiai| was x.eard to say':." '8h now, keep still, while I capture him." All was silent .for a minute aud theu they made a rade 011 a couple of cats that were arranging a program for a midnight concert. Just before the curtain was ruug down there was a tableau with a blue light. Please d'pn't saVany- thing to Bart about cats. We beg leave to announce that our ANNUAL or DRY GOODS AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE will commence on SAT'DAY AUG. 12 and continue two weelca. People who tr»ok f advantage of our last Dear's sale will at once see the advantage of attending .this sale without furthe*' talk. Come early and secure the best bargains, as .the gyods 'must be closed out regardless of cost, to make room for our. coming Fall Stock, X GEORGE PERRETT. Friends Herbs of Joy, Friends Oil of Friends Purity Soapj Friends Foot Ease On Sale At Greene'sDrugStore. Xl»e tion of the Seitsun. he Albion, w,he«pe he returned ' A' inspector L*r- BM>UT with sending wngpilable matter jbrougb the, mails. Win Graham watt ftw»i|:^4 bflore aoMnjisiiojaer, Grappa he The Retail Clerk's Protective Associa; tipr>, No, 68, of Battle Creek, will run an 'excursion to Manilou Beach, (Devil's lake) Sunday, Aug. 20th. The celebrat ed Germania band will -accompany iheor. Train leaves Marshall at £'-32 a. m, Fare round trip |5 cents- Children under 1», pne uiUf fare.v We invite you all- gee bills and The balance of our Spring Goods in Mer» chant Tailoring at prices that will close them out this week. SHANAHAN'S. :er Doctor's Medicines •The Michigan Central will TJJU a special excursion t*ain to Cbicajgo Aug. Oil of Gladness - aji4

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