The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 21, 1891 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Thursday, May 21, 1891
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THE DAILt CHBONICLE, ]fAl"'21,1891. ^^_^ • * --- - •• to METEOROLOGICAL I Local meteorological report taken by G. H. Greene today at Greene's drue •tore. nmt. r:OOAx J.'OOPM l:00pn THBRXOXBTKn. 07 75 or BAVOMBTKll. 89.100 89.190 «».-.aX> WIND. 8W • »W w Highest, 77; lowest, 62. By registering tneriuometcr for the last 34 hours. BREVP ~S. The roof of the Tontine hotel is being reshingled. Mrs. S. V. R. Lepper and .Mrs. E. J. Kirby went to Detroit this morning to be absent a number of days. Mrs; Edward McPhealen, of Chicago, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hertkoin, for a few weeks. W. H. R'ulp, the aeronaut, has just completed a brand new outfit. The balloon stands 70 feet high when mllat- ed. . John Kirby, of Cass, and James Kirby, of Kalama/oo, who have been visiting at G. W. Beutley's, returned home today. Every dog has its day. The dog has its night too, barking at the moon and exciting all the other pups in the neighborhood to join in the chorus. F. R. Close, fiead cook of the M. C. dining room ^n this city, has resigned his position and accepted a similar one on one of the M. C. dining cars. Wm. Connor will recite the beautiful poem, "The Gambler's Wife," also Addison on the "Immortality of the Soul" at th« Trinitir „!,..„„[, - i ., . Soul" at the Trinity church, social this evening. • J - The bill appropriating $30,000 to be used in lodging veterans at the G. A. R. encamp-ent passed the senate yesterday and now goes to the governor for his signature. The Omaha, World says that Philadelphia is up inauus against the pro duce dealers who are selliug butter al leged to be strong endugh to walk That's nothing. In Marshall most o the butter bought in summer has to be locked up in a refugerator to keep j from running. At the last meeting qf the Maccabees the matter of celebrating the tenth an niversary of the order the llth of/June was left to the entertainment committee to decide as to the nature of the celebration. In case enough money ie sub-scribed the committee will report in favor of making the day a general hoi iday with a parade, address and a banquet in the evening. The solicitors will be out in a few days. The county clerk in N pursuance of a notice from the auditor general has notified the supervisora that, as the board of equalization will convene at thn cap itol in the city of Lansing on the third Monday pf August next, there is a necessity for a meeting of the board of supervisors of your coanty on the fourth Monday of June next to equalize the assessment rolls- etc., as provided by sections 319 to 337 of HowelTs Annotated statutes and amendments thereto. -. Congressman O'Donnell gives notice that a competitive examination for the selection of a cadet to the United Slates Nava), Academy at ,Annapolis will be held at the common council room m the city of Jackson en Thursday, June 25, 1881, »t 10 o'clock a. m. Candidates for the cadetship to be eligible must bo actual residence of the* third district, not under 15 years of age or over 20, pbys- i<?ally .sound, well formed and of robust Ci>nsbi|ujLipn, ^and posses the, required educational qualifications. The follow ing genUimen have consented to act as • a board .of examination: Clement Smith, fturrr county? ...J. TAWootfs, Branch; M. E. Browi, Calhouu; George M.. l&wipn John Bentley, of Jackson, is friends in this city. Mrs. 8. L. Hollon and granddaughter went to Albion today. Mrs. Thomas Rollinson. of Detroit, I* a guest at E. G. Brewer's. The Maccabees have an invited party at their hall this evening. Licensed to wed: James T. Geddes and Carrie Louise Stone, both of Battle Creek. - Mrs. Joseph Buckingham returned this afternqon from an extended visit at Louisville, Ky. A part of the second prizes for the M. A. C. field day are on exhibition in A. H. Cathcart's show window. The M. A. C. field day colors will bo light blue, which will be the proper color for the ladies to wear tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Geddes Ventto Battlo Creek today to attend thjo wedding of their son, James, and Miss Carrie L. Stone, which takes place thu evening. • Joe Hoyser, who is employed in the C. J. & M. blacksmith snop, while as sistjngin setting some oar wheel tire* had a tire (all upon his leg" injuring it quite badly. It will probably lay him up for some time. The Detroit Tribune appeared today in an entire new dress as an eight page paper. As a newspaper the Tribune has improved since it changed hands a few weeks since, and further improvements in its news colums is promised. The first page of today's isaue is devoted entirely to reading matter, which gives it a fine Appearance typographically. , The reading and physical culture exhibition, given by Miss Margaret I. Ul rich at the opera house last, evening, was attended by a fair sized audience. Our reporter was unable to be present, but we hear the entertainment quite favorably spokfen of by many, the attitudes and Misa Ulrich's readings, especially the minuet, being Worthy of special mention. A number of fine brook troul have been caught -recently. Colin Sinclair exhibited one last night that weighed two pounds, and this morning MHtoo Powell and Jim Beck with went out and returned with a fine lot, one of which weighed two pounds and another a little over one' pound. They were all caught in Bear Creek (?).' May 24th, Memorial Sunday, ii among the many eventful daj^ of the year, being the Sunday prior to Mem- morial Day. It is' obligatory on all G. A. R. posts on that day to attend divine service. This year the services will be helfl at the Presbyteriag church and Colegrove 'Post and Norris J. Frink Camp will attend in a body. Rev. Mr. Curry wilf conduct the service and Rev. J. A. Young will deliver the address. The congregations of the Presbyterian, Baptist, Lutheran, JJniversalist. Christian and Methodists will unite. The music en the occasion will be in chufge of Arzah Robinson. " ' All Kinds of feed ground at the Rice JreekMUL' Are YOU In It ? . We have reference to louse cleaning. Jf w ^ If So Call at F. B, Snyder's, and koJc over his large and aidant stock of Parlor , Sria, Vedroom Suits, Fane;,-Oknirs, Dinning .Koom Wairs Tables aitd crcryihh^ r7 w kc-pt in a first ; class future store. Thc^l^unt evcu •*<,« you want to try *' And, Get Out and tc/iecZ Mr.&afy n ro;« «,£ in one of Uutte Inmtieom* Cals, whtch are so cheap (hat oiiu can afford to throw away the old one and gei a new one. A full line of Casket and Undertakers Goods. SoeciaB - OF C1 It PET S! NEW AND DESIRABLE WE OFFER 2H£^t Carpet* tor— 66 oenl eOceut Carpets, for— 65 cent, ' 5Oo«QtCnrpete,for—- 45 oentr S. V. R. LEPPER. To Speculators. w I AM MAKING A ' Notice. Kendall - has nice home _ w iakiug, warm Meals, Lunches, Bread, Cookie, Rolls, Pies, Cakes,Baked Bean*; )ay board cheap. Everything in. n)y iue is good and orders promptly filled. Miss KiaqmjL, West State jtreqt. Over 4,000 different styles of goods to elect flwq jfrF. S ; FoweW. * Ifora Mel 4 chicks. • 0V CROCK __ Feed*your chickens coarse corn meal row Merrill's^ - *w For Over IBS. WINSJLOW'S SooTBnro been used lor children I will clear out my entire sto?k of Crockerv, Glassware, Bt AND EVERYTHHIO^IM THE QM-JKEW USE • ^-»''«^'^»»» "fcBti^fcu I Have the largest Line of • > CRQPKERY AND GLM WARS j In the city, add will sell at TJU* is a picnic. I want to get oat of L Crockery business to paake room for anothe Of good*

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