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Centralia Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 4, 1866, Centralia, Illinois SENTINEL O. FLETCHER ILL. in the corner of la in not paid within 6 will be ren cents per for papers delivered city ATJES 2.MO. 3210.- 6 12 MO 1 6.00 I 12.50 nF 1 25.00 I 20.00 j 3000 j j 1 j 50.00 One ono One or 10 lines of Minion make a 25 ir will be charged for Business No- 5n Local column 20 cents a line; BUSINESS ttomey at 111., will practice in Ma Hon and Jefferson Office up stairs in 111. 15S-3m. o S. and Insurance Office in second opposite tbe Post and having permanently located in tenders his professional cervices to of and Office in No. 4, 2nd 148.. Surgeon Dr. McCord Diving given special to diseases of the e ano wiD be able to give place Ms on MARION Surgeon formerly 0 2. and te sod 3, an 111. M. 31. over P. m s on First Sorth on near the burned ruins of the Christian 1366. R. A. w. Convocations of. Centralia Chapter Mo. U. Royal Arch are held in first and of each companions in good standing are cor- -o H. P. J. H. STOHER A. F. and A. M. tegular communications of 201 Masonic on the first and third Fridays of each A cordial welcome extended to viators Billiard UNDERSIGNED would inform his friends and the public generally that be hi just received and put a pair of splendid N visits from tb Sept. 17, First A. F. A. Regular communications of Odin Lodge U D A F ale at Masonic Hall and ird evenings of each month craft cordially invited to H. S. E. B. W. M. 145-Iy i- K. offers his professional services to the ci Centralia in of and A. Pop Prof. B- H. St. Mo. All cai attended to by day or Office wit r. D. H. First office Locust nei of Howie's D. MARTIN Attorneys and Illinois Agents for procuring Back Bount v and Extra and nil st the Gov G. Pace Store Public 132 BATES at Solicitors am office over opposite the Station 111 N. ff. A. for I. C. 1C K. Co. John Our house u new and is furnished with all th and of Hardware Stoie Stores fitted up at snort no and specifications drawn to order tUOMAS Forwarding snd between Lake ant Water where increased facilities for sale and of Broom all of Country paid Surgeon and Will give his enure attention to the duties of his prof its various this City and the Machine s on of Howe's Brick J. ana HI Boots and Chestnut Of Attorney at and Agent for Insurance Co. the Post Attorneys at 111. the and adjoining uenerat Chestnut ly opposite the A good Livery with this Manufacturer of and dealer iu Stoves and of Cheatnut and 1st South 111. Boots tsi Locust OEO door of Boots Shoos manufactured to Repairing done neatness and to KM dealers ia RY MADE 1 BOOTS A HATS In everything usually found in a country Corner First South and We purchase in lota from first hands Man of our receive direct from the factories an many years experience gives us facilities for sellin THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE for COUNTRY PRODUCE In exchange for and fee Before M. B. PROPRIETOR of the GREAT DRY BOOTS and HATS CAPS aad Most solicits port 08 tbe patronage of the honored citizens of and an immense stock to select it would be some advantage to in search of goods to give we a that all my transactions shall bo conducted on fair and square I am your M. B. stores arc tha same that were formerly pied by S. on Chestnut Take Particular MRS. C. B. LYON S opening an entire new stoct of Goods on the west side of tho Rail corner ot First Sonth and Walnut streets of v. Betz's I HATS PHOTOGRAPH opposite Odd BELL having bough out Messrs. TOOS inform the sf ani vicinity that they are now prepared to years practical experience we arc confident we can Cal and examine specimens of our B. 1S65. and holesa IB Dealer and and manufacturer of Pure Clarified Cider between Locust 111. Union Chestnut by on Chestnut first door below the Mcrritt Kill always bp ready and pleased to Q. removed to the corner of first North and Locust opposite 96 and of the quality vill carefully and lend linci to Real lit I i i X Q OQ P. a H. CD E A FOR ROMi good timber in Section 4, Town 1, North from Twenty-five acres cleared and pet. out in choice and Apple A small farm house and Also for sale too following choice lots the Railroad plate of Lots in Block 125 Lots 4 and 5 in Block 105 Lot 4 in Block 107 the whole of Block Lot 2 in Block 109 and Lot 10 in Block 105. Inquire of J. C. If 4- in the latest Stamping tuA I also choice selection of Tooth and Nail nud a good SENTINEL 4. 1866. Illinois Central Time Trains leave as For A. K. and 0.45, p. M. Trains arrive at Centralia as follows From A. and 6 20 1025 Tbo and M. trains for at with trains east aad M. A. Chicago Ohio September 1.-1S66; and until further and Freight Trains will pass and leave Salem as coiso My motto is Quick and Small Profits G. B. 24tb, 1856. 174-3m TO AND HOW careful study of llw growth of and other in Southern the subscriber offers bis services to those who to select varieties for He has traveled ex- growing countries a view methods in the Grounds laid out and varieties selected for Pruning and training Few moderate the members of tho M. L. Sept. 1SC6. B. Orders left sit 1'ersing. Tiller's Dmg on Locust will secure prompt and Harness would inform of and vicinity that he to and all kinds in his line in a neat and sub- stantial He invites a particular tion of the quality of his The shall be as low us any reasonable man can Shop on opposite tha Eastern and first door east of Aaron Crosby's Sept. 27, 1S66. 174 and as this ilay by mutual will be continued by who the accounts of 'the old all those indebted are requested to call GOING Mail M. Express in M W. D. at i t to do housework in a Apply THE publication of the Letter List ie P. 0. Department bos been RARE CHANCE Neat for Inquire at this POACHING next Oct. 7, at the U. Presbyterian Church Locust street by at 11 o'clock A. P. GOOD sidewalk ou the South siJo North street MS fir ns the pf CAPT. has quite n lage this and as fast ns he can tho Centralia Plow opposite the Baptist you want any thing in Wilson will accept our a beautiful bouquet made of the and richest Dahlias and Many A largo and enthusiastic crowd in this city on the 4th inst io seo hear of the On the arrival of the the distinguished a f was flred from a gun manned by and veteran while Prof. Sand made the weltin ring Bith their 2 o'clock a procession led by the escorted the the putting regular notes of Col. Bates received the guests on the part of the in a brief I tough eloquent and introduced to the assembly Mr. Sept. met Dr. in the Fruits on tbs Mr. Pippin the Fall but the By which measured eleven apple and The regular subject tba The to hiir of the Mr. iVa fall 6esV i 102 of ibe Grand Army qi the will meet every Tuesday 5l 7 o'clock at are people at length some of his experience previous and during ibc war difficulties for n true loyal ruan in the and showing how by the ment of the acts of Congress by the loyal bo Iha Center ah substitute for BROWNLOW ho was announced to be who was in too health to travel His remarks and received with of en- Of Slate lie a equally a Northern lie was simply acting as an to ho to our Didn't intend lo A but announced his willingness to trade off the for the noble and if the R. would make who caused the late by which one our citizens was An tration of of the he took his nnd Though as lib his remarks were very interesting ami the to work until wuld receive such a in. as ho bnd urged tbe stand Garo the editors papers one exception are who are as bitterly rebellious as time prevent giving n more of Suffice it to ay thut the crowd olt and more determined than ever to elect the moot By ord largest loads and of of the apples arc crowding streets and the rest cf them barrel and ship as fast as como and apple the cut during the winter m lls t be Part of the iame trees winter nod planted out in the not do well as. those is yet very The in about 3000 peach out Jof Went ruary to The er in the spring of which mis a very favorable Put prepared in the Several tho havo Icon about Email but iu the out on adopted The own the Had seen o' preventive sad that he rubbed th 1S6G. FAIR Marion County Fair has been postponed to the 15th', days of It was found to hold tho Fair this on account raias which rendered tie grounds unfit for This change will givs 5. still opportunity to arrange for the IF there is a bettor flavored than which favored with by onr friond wo should like to it by trying don't believe Administrator's of Frank I J The having been appointed Ad- ministrator of the estate of Frank late of tho county of Marion and State of. de- hereby gives notice ho will before he County of Marion at the Court the November on the Monday in nt which time all ens having said and to for purpose of having ho name All persona indebted to said requested to immediate payment to he Dated this day if L. 174-6w i J. C. ETAS opened a Family Grocery Store on FIRST doors West of Whero be will keep constantly oh hand ground and the best brand willow and Ac. Iso a fiso assortment of Gloss and 12 of bo trill sell as low AS tbe Country in exchange for St. It. 31. and Side of Public Office in. Brown's late Brag -I Dr. was three years with awg of And children in Che Medical College and tho last ten has been engaged in in Randolph in this Ho E. J. G. of women and children and Longs win 127 BOOTS AND Of tLe Our work will be cut and made up in tha latest and Warranted to Give 1'6 our as we do the call at our Oak doors above Drug T. BV M. J. W. 0. M. AURISTS ehest nut St. Mo. j The Judge and a big ness in the frait ore both reliable the popular of is and re- modelling his In the most thorough UK table is not and tho weary traveler can himself comfortable and with Merritt his estimable call tbe attention of generally to that Charley blockading in front Hardware days with pile after supply an army contract for Wo had no idea that so largo r. quantity of this material was needed its but Ho onja can toll they buy by tho cargo and ne of our called to the column Orand Gift It is an which we It has n solid and will bo and We are acquainted with the all of whom tnd in pronouncing this enterprise superior to any other which has been presented to the your Quoin THE MASS the Church was well by ihc congregation and Van tho was and on the subject of Af tcr P. Slado and several very ate songs the adjourned to meet the Mi B. next Sunday at Z P. 'A is to on Tuesday reached n point Hie cars and nvo conches were thrown from the track an Saintly killing the Mr. the and best on scalding the cause a mbp laced to have for the of or robbing the Any to the is for such fiendish i Mr. Georgo 6f leaves and child to mourn his as. well an a of Mr. others President must very e bi Goodale that when in in they ore contract Some members if Srees were planted they succeed Mr. and loo late too early in is soon as begin to Would never Mr. out of trouble about dry delayed planting the li .AT Col. Dr. N. Mr. A. and will bo present tind address of Hill on the topics on Friday RICH Charles L. of Soutli John John and Chief of other given in the October the WHERE WAGONS to nuisances bo- ginning to about by reason of the of elop by the City Council toten tho side which has become Wj and is of as a f Whs invites a return Saturday as engine So. 32 was standing ou the track in front the this waiting to 5 A. M. bacn brought out of by a man of- a stone got aboard of tho Tho belonging to tbe train being the about to and supposing it to bt sonic jumped aboard On reaching tlic end of the instead ot backing down to take hold of the ho continued ap the pulling tho valve wide open and giving all the aroused the of Ibe who on the soon brought them ton tho fire not having been mnn then cured the about time tbe arrived on brought tiie whole party back the that some land in Some remarks nothing thai wo pretty too plum and tho most celebrated horticulturists of con- demn this practice as by the upon by tha The liis 1'ear Gates de big has up rooms for a over put in a new and is now prepared to lake life tiie in i to tSe beet and inferior to A and a to conbles Call and sec on North India Tobacco Pouches with 0- iacd was a somewhat elevated by ravines that the three or Would weeds to via not su limited com- some their and thought that ewes lie natural oii but if over The chosen fov of It. is at tlie 1.' Mr. M M. L. the indulgence hu while again their sending rooms Before is greenish In consistency is the same as a it no stem left upon lieu tlie ground or y Had it a long a s tern a a stem or atont stem Was ita calyx or timed it or off l is fully or there illustrated of a 295 which l to don't expect a unless tne H perfect ona and its stem and calyx whole ripe and if it has a ally by the in by B. the 15th by K d o NE
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