The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 20, 1891 · Page 3
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THE DAILY CHRONICLE, MAY 20,1891. fc_ METEOROLOGICAL , . £ Local iaeWrologicttl report 'taken by G. H. Greene todaj at Greene's drug •tore. ,' ton. T.-OOAJI aaorm 4,-OOra THBRMOXBTJB. 64 : /•«..-•- BAftOMBTBB. 59130 w.iao * 89.180 , writo 8 -B •••-'. B • '• •-,-.; . Highest. 80; lowest, 67. By registering tnermometor for the last 34 hours. x • BREVITIES. ' Christ Arndts went to Ann 'Arbor this afternoon. - __..'....,. Mrs. Merrill's opening takes place Saturday, May 28. . ._. • R. H. Sanderson and L. C. Smith went to Albion this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.' J. L. Dobbins left this morning for an extended trip to the Pacific coast. ; B/ Soliermerhorn, proprietor,of the Michigan Central dining and lunch rooms,' was InI this city today. The annual exercises of St. Mary's Academy will take place at Eagle Opera House Friday evening, June 3. An interesting program will be rendered, i * The Ladies' Library,, Association wishes to thank the managers of the opera house for the receipt of $2 90, that being the percentage of the receipts of Mr. Wendling's lecture on the "Passion Play." •Judging from the rehearsals of those who'are to take part in the entertainment given by Miss Margaret Ulrich this evening at the Eagle Opera House, the entertainment will be well worth attending. Mrs. I. H. Whitmore informs us that she has no idea of going into the restaurant business with Mrs. Tracey or any one else, as mentioned in our columns yesterday.- The item waa given to us and we supposed it was all right/ A special train of five coaches loaded with Presbyterian ministers and dele• gates to the meeting which commeaces in Detroit tomorrow, passed through from the west this afternoon. The 1 train stopped at .this station for lunqh. Mumaw & Briegal are progressing finely with the new bridge. The arch is over half done and if pleasant er continues will be about completed Saturday night. The work thus far is substantial and executed in a workmau like manner. ; The Albion College Male Quartette assisted by Miss Kittie Eggluston as violinist' and Miss Jean Whitcomb as pianist will give a concert at the Pres byteri&n church Friday evening May 29 Every one'should hear them. Price of admission 35 cents. The frost on Saturday and Sunday nights does not seem to have done much damage in tbis section, though early strawberries " were injured, in some places. Grape vines were also touched • but tfcey were aot sumcieatly forward for serious hurt to the fruit. The Sunday school convention for the fifth district of Calkoun county will be held at the West LeEoy M. E. church on the evening of May 38 and during the d*}*aod evening of the 39th. All Sunday school workers and those inter ested in Sunday school work are cor* dially invited to attend. Toledo Coownercjial: Waltaon H Brown, receiver' of the Cincinnati " Jackson. & Mackinaw railroad, through Ibis attorney, Robert G. Ingersoll, has ;$ied»n ana? 6 * in the United States cir • ^oult court in the ea>e of Chaiiefe Foste et al., vs. the Cincinnati, Jackson & ' railroad for the appeintmen Attend the entertainment tonight. School closes for (.the long vacation- Friday, June 26. ' Mrs, E. Ben Franklin, of Jackson, is a guest at Mrs. Harriet Amlar's. Mrs. W. H. Arthur is spending the week with friends in Coldwater. La grippe seeau to have lost its grip, as no new cases have been reported for several days. , • * Licensed to wed: Charles Gardner, of Battle Creek, and Josephine L. frown, of Marshall.' B. S. Westfall, who was called here >1 the death of his brother, left today for his home in Wilson, Kansas. Mra. R. K. W. Van Nuys, of Albion, and Miss L. A. Amsden, of Morse, Wis.. are visiting at C. A. Gardanier't. Wm. H. Elston has purchased his old property on Prospect, street of F. B. Amlar and will take possession in the near future. . After the first of June Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Sanderson will occupy a suite of rooms in P. A. Spicer's residence on Kalamazoo avenue. A business meeting of the W. C. T. J. will be held tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock at the residence of Mra. George Boughton. All members an requested to be present. Miss' Josie Brown, of this city, iand Mr. Charles Gardner, of Battle Creek, were married at Trinity church at 4i80 o'clock this afternoon in the presence of relatives and a few intimate friends, Rev. Dr. Van Antwerp officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner will receive the congratulation of their friends from five to sevep o'clock this evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mra. John Brown, on Hanover street. Ths senate committee on liquor traffic has repotted the liquor tax bill of Senator Smith, as modified by Represents tive Orth, and it has been made the special order for next Thursday. This bill makes a uniform tax ef $400 on beer and whisky. ,It provides that liquor sa- oons shall be closed on Sundays and election days, but not on other holidays. Senator Smith says that liquor dealers are opposed to the "bill, thinking that the tax should be fixed uniformly on beer and whisky alike, or that the law should remain as it is. One of those pleasant social gatherings that have jjiyen so much delight during the winter will be held at the rectory of Trinity church on Thursday evening. The hospitality is usually dls-1 pensed by a committee of ladiea and $fc| is rumored that they have a surprise in store. There are many ways ing "the glowing hours" to pass out the "flying feet" and the dies seem to know how to make mortals "yield the soul to friendshi social power." They cordially Jwdia not only members of Trinity congregation, but all friends to make an evening of it tomorrow night 'at the jeotory. The only way to make good fellowship is to contribute the article.' * Are You In It? > We have reference to house cleaning. .// you have ' commenced that semi-annual job, you have no dcnbi ascertained thai many articles of Fumi!--i-e need 1 e- plaping, or the changes you have made wiu \ ulmit o1 adding some new piece. If So Call at F. B. Snyder's, and look over his large and elegant stock oi Parlor Suits, Bedroom Suits, Fancy Chairs, Dinning Room ^ . • Chairs, Tables and everything else kept in a first class furniture store. These pleasant ev&t hgs you , want to try • nd, Get Out and wheel the baby around in one of those luindsome Cabs, which are so cheap that one can afford to throw away the old one and get a new one. 4 lull line o1 Gasket and Undertakers Goods. ~*x Soecial Sale OP CilPETS! NEW AND DESIRAl'LE. WE OFFER 75 pent Carpets, for 66 cents. 6O cent Carpets, for : 55 cent. 60 cent Cnrpets. for—- 45 cents. S.V. RLEPPER. To Speculators. I AM MAKING A Motto*. Miss Kendall has nice bom« mada Baking, warm Meals, Lunches, Bread, Cookie, Rolls, Pies.-Cakfes.Bakeil Beans. Day board cheap. Everything in *tnjf line, is good and orders promptly Misa* KKMPALL, West State Ifreet. Miss Ljazie Barnes, of Jaeks^n, wM be at Mrs. Hills, corner of Eagle, and Mansion streets on May 33 a a few days. She will make a. dfcpl*y of embroidery materials and Unen^. For OTW SLAUGHTE of a row receiver to succeed Mr. Walt «OB Hi Brown. The answer denies ali the allegations set forth in the petition «f tfc*ffeuntaff in reterejaoe to the wrecking of the railroad property for, the pur- ; of it to the Chicago, Payton railroad Msta. WmsiLOW's SooTStwo been used for children soothes the child, CROCKEhT. I **ill <deir out my entire stock ol' Crocierv» Glassware, Hanging Lamps , AMD EVaYTHIMC IH THE CROCKERY LINE. ?' I Hfive the largest Line of • GLASS WARE city, mid will sell at T FOR SPOT CASH. WTO* lo. I want to gffc out ol t^a to make room for another line, Children Cryf^WtcKor'sCastoriaT V

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