The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on August 25, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, August 25, 1893
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' /T, ~» ' - •, -' till ^ t ' ^v " ! ; Visitors to the world's fair will find ' the CaiiloittCLE on . Geo. F. War . en's news and cigar stand ia the Mfcb- ' if aa building! Mr. and T. D. .(^anse-went to Chicago .today. ^. . ,v> •• — , Dr. Bangbam. of Homer, was in this city today. "''.,. . George and Charles Prindle left today for St.'iLouis/ Mo* _. v , The Baptist Sunday school tkad a picnic at Br1acJBlalte,t6da^. ? '„.. Miss Mabel Grossman left this morn ^inafo^|i Visit in jybipa/?^ \ " Frank K ,Amlar, of St. Louis, Mb,, is calUniWxiltffiendl'in this city. Mrs. L. Bttfdly 4nid daughter,' Tiny, v are bometfrom, LA .Belle re-sort, Gull •'. lake.*'" ' ''' " ''_'•.•.-. . : i Don't forget the Ladies boat c'ub en tertainment tonight at Mrs. M, Brewer's ' ' ' Fred looii, who bat been vlgLtiBg in this city for a short time .past, returned tb cfii&go'todayv , , Wm. 'Rowley, of* Fredonia, has been very sick for a lew days past. He was a little better yestesday. There will be preaching in the Pres bytei ian church Sunday * August 27, by the pastor, Bev. El W. Rankin. Mrs. Tabs, N. , Wright and Misses Ethel and Gladys Wright returned from Gull lake .his afternoon. Mesdamerf P. and H. M. Merrill went to Homer today to attend the funeral of Mrs- Jennie Aldrlch. Miss Bpsle^wjH sing "After the Ball IB Ovel 11 ' at the boat club entamment to Mrs! Otville Reynolds, .of St. Paul, ' 'Minn ., ia visiting in this city . Mf. Rey nolds has gone to 'N"ew York (Jity and will Wake a short stay here on his return. Another serious holiday question has arisen, which may take the <jsuprecje coiirt court to decide. The Ivst legislature" made Saturday afternoon a half holiday for certain purposes. The question now arises "as" to whether the sa loons can be legally kept Open Saturday afternoon, as the state liquor law pro Vides that they shall be .closed on, all holidays. ** J. C. Lewis and hi^ famous csraedy "Si Plan kard" will open the season at the opera house next Tuesday evening. This play is familar to the theatre goers ' of Marshall, and is better and stronger than ever. The band will make the us ual parade ID the afternoon and a concert in the evening in front of the opera house. The orchestra is one of the fea lures' of this attraction and all who attend may be sure of having a very amusing and entertaining evening. Fnlled to r«rf</riR Hli Duty. PENWKJK, Aug. 28.— Dr. O. O. Osborn has been arrested, charged with failing to give the board of health the required notice of scarlet faver cases. trf* Benj»«tt. Michigan's successful Specialist will be at the Herndbp House Saturday, September 2d. HAY FEVER 'AND ASTHMA BR NEVER FAILS tO CORE. Belief Qivtn at once. His new and original method of treatment removes their cause and effects a permanent euro. • Consultation free in German 'and English. C. S; kelsey, brother of Register of night. ,'JL'hia in u special inducement. It looks as" if the crowd had cjrfn meaced to go the world's fair. Tliurs day 240,909 persons paid to see/the big show. Mr*.-., Vpiraiu Rttdfo/d »ud Miss Blanche sVa'riwout Amended tlje wed ding of Jnuies P. Upton and Anna lioag at Battle" Creek Wednesday evening. The C. Js & M, pay car made its monthly ^isit to this city today. Quite a sum of the yellow metal will bt put into fiiroulatioii at once, by the payment Q| moittbly amount*. 0. ti? fceUfly, brotl Deeds Kelaey, was in this city today. He runs a farm west of Battle Creek for pleasure and travels lor a Chicago uouse for business, Mrs, Deborah CulberMon, mother of Mrs. Fra^k Weed, of Marshall town shjp, died last night, the remains will be taken to Tecumaehfor burial Sunday morning, ^P^JJ '"Si Plunkard* as grren by the J. C. Lewis company at the Grand, last night was well received by the large audience present. "Si" has made a great hit in Van VVert, and, with his celebrated baud will be welcomed on a'return trip. Van Wert, «|.) Pfe^ ;; ' ' It is apiusinif to bear the financial situation of the country discussed by th« Tarious.dry goods box and cracker bar r*l philosophera. Verily » if they bad been sent to congress, such a thing as "hard, times" would neyer bare been dreamed 0.1. • . .•' - ' Reoprts to th§ sfete, board of health • show diarrhoea, nueralgia, cholera mor bus, rheumatism and consumption, in order named, caning most sickness in Michigan during the week ending August 19. Diphtheria reported at '41 ", typkpid lfi*er, 84, and measles Fire at JACKSON, Ang. 25.— The -recovering department of the chemical works was destroyed by fire. STATE ITEMS. About 10,000 people attended the annual farmers' picnic at Oeyil's lake. ' During the Coming year-local' publio •chools ft Big Rapids will coat,W5,000. Jjocal spiritualists at Rockwood Witt hold a two davs' meeting Sept. 9 and 10. At Cedar Raoids grasshoppers have' devoured Jacob Swartz's entire potato patch. /While waltzing, recently, Mrs. P. S. Glbbs of GreenvUl«\ had one of her legs broken. Local hustlers are abating the erection of a potato palace at Traveree City to cost «3,000. \ The home of John Davidson at Concord burned at noon Thursday. ^Loss. 12,000, wlth$l ,000 Insurance. \ , Tho new Scandinavian Methodist church at Manistee, erected at a coat of 925,000, has been dedicated. . . \ ' Two hundred Iron Mountain Italian miners out of work have decided to return to sunny Italy in a body. At 1 Richmond the Magic flouring mill of H. S. Ballentlne, burned Loss, 115,000; Insurance, $8,000. Dr. D. K. Black oi Greenville has been elected president of Mont-culm county's new board of pension examiners At Big Haiiids horticulturists are engaged in stuuying. H tree which bears 9 combination of plums and pears. Mrs E A Huzzell of t Imlay City fell down some steps at her home here and fractured her thigh bone. She, is an old resident > i Some of.the Graq$ Arrny k boyR ; be in tereeted in the following from Alex. H. Pope, A. D.;,C>» Commander Dept. Tcnn. and Ga. He says: "Wehavo hadan>Di- demio of whooping-cough here (Stew ,rt, T«nn.,) and Chamberlain's Cough ReD,.,.>dy lias been the only medicine that-'ims, done any gooil." There IB no danger from whooping cougli when thin remedy is freely given. It completely controls tKe disease. W cent bottles f6r sale al Greens's drug street. r«y Yonr Taxeft. Commencing'Aug.. 1st, I shall be at the store of S. E. Cronin, grocery do partment, from 9:00 to 12:00 a. ui , and from 1:30 to 3:80 p. m. for the purposo of receiving city taxes, which must bo paid prior to Sept. Itit. JOHN KELI.EY, ' . City Treasurer. LATEST STYLE. 901 AMD IT. J. BUTLEIL Great Slaughter Sale OF W e beg leave to announce that our SECOND ANNUAL SALE OF DRY GOODS AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE will commence on CqminiMloncd. WASHINUTON. Aug. 25. — Postmasters commissioned: John" West, Spring Hill: Apel Hournn, Leitcli; Matthew C.' Thpuias, Partelloj Hiruiii T. Reynolds, Speaker: Thomas Dunl as,, Verona Mills; Tiiomas H. Moore, Rpsehurg.; Juenqelu, A school on the kindergarten plan will be opened Sept. 4 by a. teacher of experience. For particulars inquire of or address MISS CAKBUS H. BLISS, F. O Bex 679 Marshall. Potbch E¥car«lon to Chicago. • The. Michigan Central will run a special ftTnufainn to South- Haven and return Aug. 30th. Train leaves Mar Shall 7:08 a. m., returning leaves South Haven 0 p, m. Fare for round trip; Adults fl 00, children 50e. For further particulars inquire at M. C. depot. C. N . DUE9CHKU, Ticket A^eut. Lansing J ournal : Henry Bowen, for merly_with B- $*, Bichmond of this city, and MiaTBabeth Wats«a, a former em- ploje of the Seeretary of State's, office, were inwrl^d yesterday at Marshall. l Toe hapjpj couple passed through JLa Biog last evening on their way to Ithaca, where they are uttendibg a reunion .of the gr»du^ng-cl»ss of wbiphtb* groom ' ' JCzeimion to F«to*kjr, The Michigan Central will sell tickets to Petoaky or Trayejaa CilyiajQd return Aug. 20th at |5.00 for the round trip tickets good going ou Jimiq.-leaving Mar*h«n*8:l|«. no., and, limited for return until Thureday, i^pt. 7tb. F.or further information inquire at pot. N. SAT'DAY AUG. 12 nd continue two weeks. People who took advantage of our last Dear's sale will at once\see the advantage of attending this sale without further talk. Come early^and secure the best bargains, as the goods must be closed put-regardlessNof cpst, to make room f or our coming Fair Stock, GEORGE PERRETT. Friends Herbs of Joy, Friends Oil of Gladness^ Friends Purity Soap 9 Friends Foot Case On Sale At The Quaker Doctor's Medicines Herbs of Jfov ^ r •- f 'S| S^ V ^iNf^lxfe

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