The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 18, 1891 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, May 18, 1891
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THE DAILY CHRONICLE, MAY 18,1891. f fcj METEOROLOGICAL f Local meteorological report taken by G. H. Greene todaj at Greene's drnj •tore. S:OOPM 4:00ra TURMOMirnU. 00 78 78 BAROMBTK*. 89.1HO 89.110 X».«0 WHO. sw NW Highest, 75; lowest, 36. By regisiering, tnennoineter for the last 24 hours. - BREVITIES. Balloon ascensions are getting ripe again. Mr. and Mrs E. L. Watrous, a daugh ter. May 17. W. S. Green, of Detroit, spent Sun day in this city. ' A subscriber asks when seals will be put in the park. We give it up. The people of Albion are now wrestling with the street sprinkling question Mrs. Whitmore, of Battle Creek, is visiting her son, I. H. Whitmore, in this city. The Eighth Michigan infantry is to hold'its annual reunion at Hastings, June 17.' . The Marshall Athlete Club has 138 entries for its field day sports, which take place next Friday, May 23. Frank Mitchell went to Laporte, Ind., this morning. He took with him his pacer which he has sold to parties there. A California paper, recently,, wns Biade to say by a typographical error that a certain actor "was starving with —company," when it meant; "starring." Ed Ovia|t and and wife, of Battle Creek, were the guests of J. Heeker thorn over Sunday. Mr. Oviatt ut Michigan passenger agent for the Great Mertharn Railway. . The firemen complain that people out side of the department bother them in the engine house at times of tire. They can get out quicker i| outsiders will keep out and leave things alone. The child trombone soloist. Master Gar die Simons.aged 12 years, will ren der difficult solos in the entertainment given by Miss Margaret Ulrich, elocutionist, of Detroit, Wednesday eveniner, rv I • The Chemical Brick Company, St. Joseph, of which our former townsman, ,J. W. Fletcher, is a member, has just sold the right to manufacture their bricks in Washington and Oregon for $40,000. i About eleven o'clock this morning fire was discovered in the woodshed of Ja cob Bnrkle on North Madison street, but it was extinguished before much of any dafoage was done. It is supposed to have been the work of a small boy. She trims'her hat with odd botanic quirlicues and things, ne're thinking she's the fairest bloom the summer sea* son brings, unfading, too, lite those she wears, though many years unfurl, is fairer every June time, is the darling summer girl. > ; . Rev. Dr. Nevius delivered an address mt the Presbyterian church last evening to a large audience, Dr. Nevius has spent nearly forty years of his life in missionary work i/rChma and consequently his remarks are always very interesting and .last evening was no ex cepbon to the rule. < . The Soldiers' Home Board have repealed rule 13 of- the institution requiring that tb§ old soldiers deposit with the commander all pension money received in excess pf H pe* month, and decided to pay the treasurer of the board |800 a year as a matter of economy, all interest money on deposits, hereafter to be paid over to the general land The "old soier?*" .who jute so disposed (and it is said many of them are), can now use, their entire pension for their personal grft/iti^ion, while their families shift for themselves or become » burden on the county where they re- Mws Flossie Bradley is home from Chicago. : ','* Robert Coleman, Jr., of Fort Worth, Texas, was in this city today. George P. Myers went to Cneboygsri today, where he has a position. A forty hours devotional servf&e com* menced at St. Mary's church yesterday and will close tomorrow. Licensed to wed: George F. Bailey and Stella E. Pittman, both of Battle Creek; Fred L; Huggett, of Battle Creek nnd Margaret Sharpsteen, of Marshall township. I.e. Presbyterian Gsnetal Assembly meet in the Fort street church at Detroit, next Thursday, and will be composed ,of clerical and lay representatives from the several presbyteries throughout the United States. It is reported that when the new M. C. time card goes into effect day express from the east will arrive an hour earlier than at present. If, such is the it will be too early for dinner at this station and may result in closing the dining hall here. Such a change would be bailed with delight by the hotel and hackmen. The dining room with hotel accommodations is no help to the town. Its proprietor does not spend a cent here that can be spent elsewhere and It has 4 for years past been a drawback rather than a help to Marshall. Miss Margaret Ulrich took. pan in a concert at Cadillac lost year, and the News and Express made the following mention of her: "Miss Margaret Clrich, of Detroit. is quite talented as an elocutionist and reader. She is entirely free from any unnecessary dramatic affectation, bnt presents her parts in an entertainingly easy and natural manner. Her render ing of "How My Grandma Danced the Minuet," gave evidence (f her talent in impersonation, as well as showing her acquirements-in the grace and poetry of motion, j, Are You In It? We have reference to house cleaning. // you have commenced thai semi-annual job, you h-iye no dwibi ascertained that many articles of FumS -1» need t c~ placing, or the changes you have made wiu •. ulinit ol adding some new piece. If So Call at F. B. Snyder's, and look over his large and elegant stock of Parlor "-* Suits, Bedroom Suits, Fancy Chairs, Dinmng Jtoom 1 Chairs, Tables and everything else kept tV a first class furniture store. These pleasant e turn you want to try' ' And. Get Out * • • • - - . •" • and wheel the baby around in one of those handsome Cabs, which are so cheap thai one can afford to throw away the old one and get a new one. A i nil line ol Casket and Undertakers Goods. • > Soecial Sale OP I..11HTI! NEW AND DESIRAH Po«trjr. "' / One, two, three, 1 Three, two, one. -- I like my Pettnnts Pretty well dene. i Three, two, one, ' 'One, two, three. I buy my Peanuts At the Big Grocerie. Miss Bessie Peters, teacher of piano and a late pupil of Dr. F. Ziegfield, president of Chicago Musical College, wishes pupils. Lessons will be given at the pupil's residence if desired. tf Miss Lizzie Barnes,, of Jaoksonj wfli at Mrs. Hills, corner of Eagle and Mansion streets on May 22 and reinaia a few days. She will make a din play «t embroidery materials and linens. . Flour, Hour. '-. I buy Flour in bulk and in large quantities. Having bought before the late advance in wheat, I continue to sell at old prices Perrin Flour, Homer and Union City Hour. All by the 100 xmnds Bring your own bags and get 'nil weight. No light weight para or cotton sacks. Also nice clean Screen- ngs for.' chicken feed, Corn in the par , A. BucltUn>» Arnica. 8»lve. ^ best Salve in the world for Bruises., Sorea, Ulotn. Salt 0910* POM, or now raqaiMd. ItU.gnr- d to giv» parftct sikO if Mttoa Stoti of mortality from kidney —ittam than any other causes. , and Boffering which attend I, L - paake it the more neonBiuny to before a dia«»nuua oobhc the Co iiu* and ua oura OiL as it h<> WM not «me«ts4 to ot aiaoat f.-tw WE OFFER 76 cent Carpets, for—• 60 cent Carpets. for-»— 5O cent Cnrpets, for-—- 66 cents. 55 cent. 45 cents. 6L V, R. IJ2PPER i '• • • To Speculators. I AM MAKING A ^ 0GBOGKER?. 1 will dear pnt nay entire stock ot W lyaalware, Hanging Lames IM THE CROCKERY LINE. I Havf the largest JUneof ' .'':' V Ii|^^ty,Andwai8eUmt ACTUft i»|T f OR SPOT CASH. •""^Tlsajiaiiie* I want to get out of ju^ make room for another ^ine X of goods. MDBtJTLER. Children Cnr for Wtcher't Ca.toria. . .<_ ' j* * . , ^ *t t * t -v

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