The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on August 19, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Saturday, August 19, 1893
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«," ' > i ».>",- J i/, ,.-•„* " c v - - { r;-f;^- •' • v ''-' *•> r-;-, l «Wr; B , \ '' i!n ij.'-. >i»' ^-4. *»-.' •i-' J ir i , -%••»•.? j : it* * ', .« - B tKe world's fw-l will find the CBfi<$Kfrfc OQA Sale ** ^ eo - *• Wftr en's, news rand cfyat^stand in the Michigan bdild'ing. ' ' - ' BREVITIES. Dramatic »rt has reached, it seems. Its vert highest point, Unless the kicker's limbs can get Somehow another jojnt. Lyoti is.on the sick list. Mias .Jodie Munson, of Jersey Oily, N. J. is visiting at G-. C. Bentley's. Frank. Noneman has been taking in the sights ftt the world's fair this week* Rev. Dr. Van Antwerp and wife have' I* F. Page made a bfftiness- trip to Battle Creek today. 'Mrs! Geo. Ellis of Olivet H visiting her sister Mrs. C. G. Ingersoll. " • A crayon artist baa been attracting some attention at Perrett's store today. Mtes Cora Wier, of Grand Rapids \i visiting relatives at the Washington House. . Marriage licenses issued Aug* 19* Win, J. Daniel of Intcbfield and May -Mann of Homer.-' Lieut- tfod Mrs". Geo» L. Brown and family, who 'have been at ,Sault Ste. Marie, leaves this evening for this city. „ "The JBatlle Creek ball club defeated | the Cleveland Athletic club twice this •CDC We beg, leave to announce that our SECOND ANNUAL; ID bin f,,' returned from a visit to the world's fair. Services in Trinity Church tomorrow 10:30 by the Rector, NO evening ser vices. " Mrs. E- E. Stinchcomb and baby left today lor a two weeks' visit at Hastings and Woodland. Miss Jennie A. Jones of New York is the guest of heV fcfster Mrs. Vau Anlv 1 werp it Trinity Rectory. Tbe county jail is kept full of tramps all the time new, nearly all of them ~ coining from Batt»e Creek. ' Mrs rhbu\H> Wright, Misses Ethel and Gladys, Mrs. L. Bradley and Tiuey are at Gull laku for teu day» at the I tew is pottage. \ A. J. Rowley & Son this moaning re -wived from tht»'Sandwich Mauig. Co., of Sandwich, III., u twenty tou per du> hay press. . '...-'Mr. and Mrs. Geo\ H. SouhtWurib went, to Detroit last night, Mr. South worth appears lor J. H\ Croniu c»so with the government. :\V X E. Parsons pWor'of ibe luriau church at Albion, liu* ao acceptcU » call to ...the Freaby tc.rian church at Dauvili3, 111., u>ucti to the re- grei uf his Aibiou pnris'hioui re. I- is the universal verdict o! all wbo 'have, visited iho woild's fitir that it id u wonderful BUOW, too.much to be been, but well worth anyone's vime and moii ey to visit. Correspondents in all parts of the stale report that the rain of Wednesday was quite general, and while not heavy enough to saturate the earth to any con siderable extent, will temporarily aid the growing crops and refresh pastures." A skeleton was found in the Chas. NoWes' swamp, last week, in Delton. Barry county, with a gun laying beside it. ' The history regarding tbe person is unknown, as no one has been missed laiely. The general opinion is however that the body has, been dead a Jong •time. The item, last night regarding Post master Snyder's being "taken" to Det riot was the mistake of one of the compositors. Mr. Suydec was subpoenaed to appear ** a witness for the government in the cases against parties in this city for the violation of the postal laws. Lord Clinton, owned by Dickey & Arms, of this city, won the free for al trotting race at Fort Wayne Friday in three straight beats, the time being 2:13 3:12, apd 2;12}£. Lord Clinton is en tered in tbe $5 000 free for all at New York Aug 28. it is uaid that the uors that defeats him will have to beat 2:10. Th^8h*rlft>f,Berrien county, at th.e instigation of a few good ladies of that village, last we*k notiljed uyery buai- ;*. aeaB man tout h«^niubi ke«p bis doors cioeed on 'Sundaya thereafter. Thu fijrst person fo"^ disgruntled by the crank order were'p^ptefrojfe tow said)p ; grounds wtmr bv^ who cams 19 , ,„ .Reoujdein "Kot -_ We«f in Albjbii^oudaj morwing. Ev week. The Cleveland club did not seud either of their regulars pitchers to Battle Creek and as aresult got knocked out. Possibly the games would have terminated the same had they put in their crack cattery as the Battle Creek club i8 playing great bo,U j^t at present. " The watermelons now being received in the local market are mostly from southern Indiana, the most^prolilic mel qn producing region In thiteountry in a favorable season. One hundred car loads of watermelons a day are shipped f roitiPosi s ville, Ind., alone, and though the Gibson county farmers receive but ten oenia apiece for them the cr,op is squl to be far more" profitable than corn or wheat under present conditions and prices. ' The mai'lnett-at'tuu «lriving i^ark -yes terday'was" fairly welf attended, fh two moos ftffurdud ttood sport. Nex Friday good raws will be giyeu, iuiro ducing some C ^ ,i ]RY GOODS AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE _ ;<< Will commence on - . SAf'DAY AUG. I? i v ' • , . ••'_*•"..** and continue tWti weeks. People who took advantajtfo^.diir last •"ear's salp wiHat once see the advantage of attending this sale .without further talk. Cotni> early and secure the best bargains, as the gMods must Be closed out'regardless of cost, to make room for our coming Fall StooV. ^ GEORGE PERRETT. i .. V . »* ' ' * .<& QUAKER 2:50 CLAdS 1 ROTTING. 511 LK IlBATa— 'i IN 8. J J. Cox 8 B. 6. "IJajaidGlfl" ........... 31 1 A. Loekwood'» B. U. "Uuueral Tom" ...... 1 *» W . Taylor'* B. U "To.nyT" ....... . ..: ..... 283 F. UneUel'a B. 8. "E4. Iforomaii" ......... 4 4 dr T»me-«:50;S:4IHi; 3:«. GKKEN RACK. - 3 is 8. Friends Herbs of Joy> Friends Oil of f&lmdness, Friends Purity Soap, Friends Foot Ease H. J. Colbmau'B Blk. «. "Bean Pod".... 8 1 « a dr || . Al »VU**»O VJi . *•+ • ••*-»•• *.» v*« «.». ......-.-- »••> Isaac Freed'aB. M, "UttvannftU Pllier''.^ dr J S Kerry's Q. M. "UJtching Mstd" ..... fi dr bi Mingles' 8. M. "Prattle Queen" ....... 7 dr -Time 3 :i8, 3:47. H J. Colomau's BIU. li. -15e»n l'oa"....a John Buih'aCh. M "v\ r oodjard Kate"..a P Kaomeyer'n Uh. M. '-Caudj Pull"....* J.' NlcOoUt S G. M. "Real «8tnte" 1 it.000 K'i'MAil'a H M "H>Lvannikh Pilier 1 *.^ On Sale, At Greene'sDrugStore. Notice. All parties owing the late F. C. Stu art are requested to nettle with R Lockton, recorder, who holds authority to receipt for eanie*.' x dsl^ MRS. F. C. STUAUT. The Ezoursluu of the heasou. The Itetail Clerk's Protective Assoeia tiou, No. 69, of Battle Creek, wil,l run aii excursion to Mauiiou B.eaoh, (.Devil's ce) Sunday. Aug. 20th. The celebrat ed Germania band will accompany them. Train leaves .Marshall at 8:32 a. m. Fare round trip 65 cents. Children under 12, one half fare. We invite you all. See bills and posters for particu lars. World'* Fair Tue Michigan Central will run^ a j special excursion train to Chicago Friday, ^.ug. I8lb, leaving Marshall »;50 a. ni , arriving at Chicago 8:25 p, m. ( Ticket, |4 55 round trip, limited 'four i days. Far further particulars inquire] at M. C. depot. C. N. DBESCUEK,- If yoii are lingering from fevers, lung, lagftupe, Catarrh, co,ns.umption, cough! or broitcbial troubles, astliuia, heart I 'nervousness, bleepieasnesB, dyspepsia, sick beadacae, paralysia, eryeij-elas or j sgjily skiu, coubtipation or r piltss ^ Dr. Sharpgliien for bi^ ve^el^ble cure, —'• ' | (io 4o S- E. Cronin's for pjsaebes.. dsl \ balance oi oiax Spring Goocls io, Mei> chant Tailoring at prices that will close them out this weefc. SHANAHAN'S. . J4iuhi«»jB%:enir«l; will 83t( j W i,i on ^^ t o Chicago Tuesday, 'm. The Quaker Doctor's Medicizies ''«*•' 'i ? •* . ' - - * ..*•••*.» •*<- ,, .'."TO>-r ,. - - , . :V ,',j£,^ - ^.T:r; ^WS I *.<''*>• __. '*. V*»,"V ' *- / '-*^*7 ..-^ ' ' ' : V ,;^r:- -• 'if.r; ' -S7V If

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