The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 2, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, May 2, 1893
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i"n i~>_i Mj T-rrTi'-rr'rr~nirr~.ini'-iii.'.. 1-T'.ii-j.'';-j.j.Ti-'if-u: '.r1 --oi-niiii tnufriuii-nfiint-^r—' a —" ^i_^_jae_._ i_m-m_. ^ _—i^ rr ^ 1)r ^.t m -. 1||ft ^ u _^ |rfL ..^ v ^.._ rWJrr . 1 ^ /)a0[| . J ^....i^ ... ; frj_ _. u..-Lu_jL_i_i_ r - -—— ——— **--+- '-» •• H .ii- i.— -».-... l . ( l^ie sun actually shined fwice today> ' Art Lewis 'spent Sunday in iUlama* 200". , Art Wagner drove to Tekonsha yes] - Tfiad Mackett returned froni Read last night. • ' , ' T, F.Jliddinga, of Kalatttasroo, was jn .this city this afternoon. . .Charles -Easterly was kicked By a horse Saturday, breaking his arm. Mrs. Brown and daughter, of Jackson, are Tisiling Miss Stella Snyder. , •* •* Jesse P., Wakeneld, advertising man ager of the Toledo Evening News, was in this city today. . Grovor touched the button yesterday, and the rest haying been dope previously," the world'sJafrstarted, . C. H. Weld and Art Wagner went to ' Battle Creek this afternoon to attend a dance at the Auditorium this evening. The VRebel Queen." now appearing in Harper's Bazar, ia said to be the best story Mr. Beaant has yet written. Se says The Bookman, London. May White, the Stodkbridge sleeper, is slowly recovering from her strange' malady, being now able to keep awake from si^ to eight hours a day. Attorney-General Ettis was In this city today looking after the appointment of a receiver for the Mutual Reserve Live Stock Insurance ^ Company, tie also ' TafetTsepio'ar, of Maekegpn, is visit-! Inginthiscfty," " '. ! 4 Marriage licenses issued May 2: Haz ard Pi Nichols, of Leroy,''and Elizabeth Korris, of Climax. '~ Peter W. Hanenburg has sold his place on past State street to Anna arid" Maryl/vSriter. The consideration was *8QO. •J*he work of the Children's* Home so-, ciety was presented in the various churches Sunday, Miss Margaret La- sou, of Benton Harbor, representing the society as district superintendent. The organization is a national one and its object js to seek out homeless child rea' wherever they *aay be found and piftcothem, flot in institutions, but in weil-to do, families where they can be properly clothed and cared for, sent to school, given a Christian education and in ever.v way helped to become good and useful citizens. By mean's of agents and local advisory boards a supervision of the children is maintained until they arc of ago. Tha society is supported entirely by membership fees and free, will offerings and aid is solicited in the work. Information is desired concern ing homeless children and homes m which children may bo placed. The Battle Creek Journal copies our Article in regard to Prosecuting Attor noy. Clark's order to the justices in this cify n °t to accept- complaints, against drunks made under the -statutes and comments as follows: • ,< took occasion to look around for a fine driving horse. s .. ,.- . > • .All ihe amendments voted for at the recent election were carried, the one in creasing the salaries of the state officers being carried by about 4,000 majority. Judge Hooker's plurality. is In the neighborhood of 17,000. „ The bill to make a judicial circuit of this county has been sleeping in tbe bands of the judiciary committee for some time and it is not at all probable that it wilt be heard of again during the present session of the legislature. Circuit court convened this afternoon. Tbe case of Wm. B. Jarinan vs. C. &G. T. By. Co. is now on trial? Mr. Jarman, who was a Qrenau,«elaims that as his train passed another on which were loaded some trees that a branch of one struck him in tbe eye, injuring hit eyesight. He asks $ 10,000 damages.- The defense claims that he was not .injured in the manner claimed. ••-/• The executive-board of-The Maccabees has awarded Mrs. Catherine Ryan, of Hope, $l;,(|pQ. *The woman was taken sick shortly after;taking a policy in the order and an attempt was made to show that the bad made misrepresentations as to her'health at tbe tiiile ebe entered the order. The board decided that she died bf-44i^ consumption. This set ties a number of other'cases which have been pending for some time. T. J. O'Leary was today appointed receiver of the Mutual Reserve Live ( Stock Insurance company by Judge Smith. Tbe order appointing Mr O'Leary says that it was shown to the court that the affairs of the com puny <". had not been mismanaged or the funds appropriated by the officers. The failure of tne company was on account of too small assessments and , a refusal of members to jpy assessments. *. Ypsilauti hasn't a legal record of the, council proceedings for many years a recent decision Judge .that a clipping of suph }i/o peedings pasted m the* report does not coustilute A legal report, and this 'has been, the case "at Ypsiianti. There was a time in this city when the minutes af the - pr«vidu^ meeting weru regularly , read from the CIJKOSJCLE, but it is pos sible they were copied 4ft the record Special Bargains. For In regard to the above Mf. Clark said teday to a Journal reported:. Had the CHRONICLE man looked into" the c.ase <fao would have learned that no such no tiee was given. That what was said wjaa in relation to a case now pending in which complaint was' made by a city policeman while the city marshal signea the bond for defendant's appearance and informs the prosecutor that the ar rest was without cause and made for. spite, and advises its dismissal. He would also have learned that same complaint was made to another justice who looked into the case and refused to issue a warrant. Tho prosecuting attorney says he is not aware of the fact as a county officers is interested in the pelly~'quarr«l8 of the Marshall police, und on general principles sees no reason why the county should be called upon to do the purely police work of the city of Marshall while other cities do- it- through their police courts under ordi nances similar to those in force at the shire town. The GIIRONICLE man did look mto the matter and was informed by a jus lice and a constable that the prosecutor had made such an order. In regard to the itrresimade, it seems that Officer ComstoekwuIswL the, arrest of Peter Hagau and C. U.^Smith wenj; on his bond. Hagan works for Mr, smith and ho was naturally the man Hagan would get to go bis bail. There was no spite work in the arrest so far as we can learn,, It looks as if Mr, Clark had made a mistake and was trying to Ciam fouiljon fttHillabratnt's. Go tq tbe kinds. for tin ware of ail Oranges for slicing, at Hillubraprt's, 15 cents doz. Midget Pickles at Hillabrunt's. Pure Ohio maple Sugar at Hilla brant!s. , Full line brant's. i>encb Soups at Hilia- In this- evening Bttling - woriis, '- • " of the Eagle All in* ' New stock Boughtou's., '• wall paper at Geo. your tin tin -shop. . day },aj|^*^ the Battle Creek "Moon took occasion to ju n?P ooto the Mutual Reserve Ljve alght, in faot^e oncers h^d doue wore as they (io to BongatouV for wall stock and ^ew ejsies, • .. ..- ...... ...i.. ^ .•i. B new Lavette safety, niailiog env* a): Smith's studio. *'• - _* •*_ Smit^-i's waking/the iiew'«p;pteela4n eoamel photos. Tliey just fill the ^JL for a oioe $2.00. This is a &entl&wdihan's fine shoe. A shoe'df good style, ##fqtl- ityandjit. At $2:00 it is a decided bargain and will compare favorably with any $2:50 or $3:00 shoefound elsewhere. ' We have all sizes and widths *>K ^tj. and will sell at $2:00 all this week if they hold and. No. 49 Sboe Store. Tbe Michigan Central W U1 sell tickets fropj ]M4tr6hall tQ Chicago and returij a rate of se?e.a do,Ui|Ts and thirty cwt lor ttfe round trigrl^lujei^^ ^o?.' 5*h under- 13 years pi nge, hai plied % 4 receiver at the request of * •" ' ' ha offiaera of the ^S r -i*!.™ 1 !""^ 1 ' B ? ^?£ softie Accommodate ef hotels, 411a(itr*ted 2 boot's Wast off tbe Postofflce. WHY PftY RENT you can buy a lot on IN & HATCH'S ADDITION and have a house built to suit you, and pay for it in small monthly payments. For information call at ofllce >of J.M, OVTBT Wm Martin's Store. We Want to Show our • •> ' ; • to Every Person in the County. W. XjEMSLAKE, Druggist, ' .. ' . State Street; .. \;' -;-•, ,,

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