The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 9, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, May 9, 1893
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aftevitresi' Th'e speckled trotit as- he Iciipeth out - Of the wafer says to me, , ' '- „• "Oh. don't you wish that every lish '. . A 'sncker' bland wonW &e?£ Prosecuting, Attorney Clafk was in town today, • . l Mrs. Stephen -ilHe$ speiu the <k> m BaltleCreok. • , B.-L.-Skinner, of BatUfc Creek, , in the city yesterday. Mrs. C. L. Canieran'u visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. J. Colemafi, Mrs. P. Hayes went 19 Kalaraazoo-to- day to attend the funeral of.a relative Joseph Cunningham* Will begin next week to remodel'bis residence oh Hun over street. Thursday being Ascension Day, sor vibes WJll be held in Trinity church ft m. Jr.crPatterson fe in Atbion today m l^Bi^al Scene. N....^,. ;;%"..*.. Hogarth p"~ -v ^ I «_* .1 t fi . * >*«*4 1UT.*.i!..._._. egal btismeasv «... T.. F. Giddmgs, of Kalamftzoovwas iti "•> Mftlbone Ihe Flower of the Family . , t . View, of Cork......;.,.»*..,.'.''. The Se4 Beyond this Plain..,. >..>..OeHas8 Mother's Little Helper... ....Knelter Ihe Flowery Vale.., •,.„. ...Raphael Things to Adore .,. *. Gilbert Stewart The Wood Cutter.... _,today. -L. B. Tompkins, of .Homer, made n business trip t6 this city today. T&o picked nine beat (ho high school base ball club 20 to 4 this afternoon, A new a-vnijgadds to the appearance as well as the comfort of K, G. Brewer's goods store. • '- . Mrs. -JoNn McCUrdy, of Jirckioiv is in the city She contemplates making some' improvements -on her property, corner of Green and Eagle streets W«v •'understand that" Arthur Lewis W4VJ4Wj , TOM4CUW ,„»„„„„, TTU*UH» lias been tendered a lucrative positionlxHenry, colored, Memphis; Kate Holden. ,vitn the Western Union at Holland, colored, ^Mempnis; JMnes Howard, wiui MH< .» ^ • .colored, Roebloom. Mo. •. Charles Jack- will accept and win leave ^ colored, Memphis} feugene Moody^ colored, reside! colored, Obluml Becoming; More Apparent. '. CAIRO, His., May fc-*-Tte horror* of the disaster on board the steamer Ohio become more apparent hourly.' Four* teen, of the victims are BOW dead and there arejthree In the hospital who can not live. Nine of the injured have dfed since the explosion. They are: B. W. Crews. Danville, Va.j Mi Hancock, colored, residence unknown; William STRAWBERRIES °£"- Y * Spinach, Lettuc Parsley, ions, ABUNDANCE . nnnin M"i for that place veiy soon. The conin-ion council look their »n . Mrs. O. B. Kqwley went to'Muskegon today as a delegate to tho state W. C,T. U. convention. She will be absent nn- til'Satufday.r ' Thdre will be a meeting of the ladies' boat club Wednesday afternoon at half past fcur at the' residence of Mrs. E. G. Brewer on Mansion .street. Battle Creek Jputnal: : f "Mrs. Ida May Smith, of Marshall, who was granted a divorce last week in the circuit-court, oft the ground of min support was married May 4 to Joseph Kipp'of that place," '.The Aeolu/Cycle club w'lU hav.ts'ttiuir nual junketin'a; trip about the city 'this :ifU.'rno0n. Their object was the in they spectioH of sidewalks, etc. are inspecting and planning we suggest that they do not forget the sewerage mailer. It is a question which not only involves tho convenience, .but also the health of our peouJe. Battlp Creek Journal: . "The Michi' gun CunirnHpcoinotlve which .drew the "Admiral's Train" convoying the of ftcers representing ,the war ship In the groat naval review jo, Now lork harbor tlio road to Chicago, on Friday unknown; —„ . VVMMV\*, w****uwM3, IfllHn., XUO^U99'« iuson, colored, residence unknown. People desiring ice are requested to leave orders at my officei or notify me_ 'by mail or leave orders at the Statesman office. J F. tixus. . Destitution In BnMla. Moscow, May 9.—Destitution • mating the population of the ' deci- districts in central and southeastern Russia. Fevers have followed e .. where in the path of the famine and t utmost suffering prevails/in the ,__ vince of Saratoff, Samata and Voron esh. The landowners are heavy losers from the prevalent distress. Many of them have sold or killed all their live stock to carry them/through the crisis and. are now, on ./the verge of bank* ruptey. , • lirst road rstce May 80. The course will, be from Ip corner of State and Gordon streets tj/Curesco and return, Tliu,tuin will be inline tit Cu.rusco' in front of .the- postoilicu, Only incmburt* of'tlm club will be allowed toi.e'unpetu. Entries clone May 33. It will .be it -'Handicap race BO that all wilThnVo 7 u fair chance to win. Suitable pry/M* will bi^ oft-rud to the winners * Tho church taxaiioii bill at Laii.-ung was Hnally reported by tho judiciary committee lute Friday atteruoon. It • lias been radically amended' em lines which will hinkn the advocaten'of Henry George Hj-Bto'm n-iaice that things are coiuiujr tlu'ir way, i-vt-n with only a slow progress. Thu bil) in its pre form proviibs that only land ovynod / b\ church societies is to bo laxnl Al buildings and other improvruieut* arc exempt- This, it i« arjtmV. ,will «iio courage churches in lh% inaoiici; o holding land for speculative purposes, "and will, at the-tanie tniif, not be open to some of the njost serious objections urged against the provisions of the ong inal bill. Orphan asjInnis and other charitable i^atitu'ions are exempt, laud, .buildings and ^$0. .Scjentitiu institutions jire, howuvef, stricHen .from the ..iisj of exemptions, as some "abuses .are. said to have grown up under this elu^ise, If tho world's fairf people made T>O money last Sunday!_,t|ie .in'-erry-go- . rounds, restaurant keeper!;; liull'alo Bill's wild west and uilfcf• plaq^s of amusement did a ibr/iving- -busincds, ' 'There is not the slightest 4oul>.t but thai . the clusingiof the world's l^ir gates .on 'Sunday will serve to 1 .;r.fij^ne-rate -the night, is munbered 418 and ia the largest in tho United States. It ia a 105 ton en gine and hauled the exceptionally heavy tr;iin of seven palace cars and two din« in« <• »J-H between St.. Thomas and De at \ he fate of a m'le a miqnte. I. he Duke and Duchess do Veragua ami &uii« rtttendfd- Buffalo Bill's Wild west show last Sunday, and according to iH'w*>p:«pcr reports, enjoyed the en, tm-tainiueritUnmenselyP Johnny Burke No Neck presented the duchess with 'hugh boguel and the ilnke made \ most impressive oow to Mrs No Nara"e. Taken nil in all this meeting bet the lineal de.seondilnts of Columbuys and the Aesceiidnnis of the people wh«> were, discovered,' was. a very notable event in tuc his(6ry of uur countiy. Cariile Harris.the wife poisoner, was electrocutetf ut^ing Sing/yesterday. His in-t words as he settled! back in the chair were, "I ain absolutely innocent, ami who shall say with perfect certainty that bo was not. The/silver plate ou bis casket contains yhe following in .scription: Carlyle V^. Harris Murde/ed May-8,1893j, Aged SSyesWs, 7 months, 15 days "We would not/if we bad Pearsall of asked to traasfer AskB Be Relieved. May\ tf.— Lieutenant e weather bureau has relieved frota .duty and '\ Ililhi _ w his regiment, but Secretary Mort6n declines to consider any request of/this kind until the present investigation is concluded. The request grows/out of what Lieutenant Pearsall calls jdiscourteons conduct on the part of Chief Harrington on account of the lieurenant's testimony in the investiga- Most Satisfactory. , . VnitoN, Ia., May 9.—Mr. J; Wether-: bee, chairman of the executive of the Order of Railway Telegraphers, says the statements recently published concerning the financial condition- of the order, are erroneous. He says the executive committee is now making its annual examination bf the order's accounts and has found its present condition most satisfactory and its financial anrulus much larger than usual. A Surglemt Op«r»tl«n. For the cure of Piles ia always painful, often dangerous and useless, and invariably expensive; on the other hand there la a new certain cure, perfectly painless, gives m- atant relief and permanent cure and costs but'a trifle. It is the Pyramid Pile Cure. It is a tnore certain cure than a mfrgical operation, without any. of the intense pain, expense and danger of an 0t»ration. Any druggist will get Itforyou. :-;. , Tin rooting and uii kinds of tin work done Robert Schell>. Clam Bouillon at Hillabrant'8, Pure Ohio maple .Sugar at brant's.. • Don't fail «o go to HuU-tt'iJ and have your ryea '.ested. All tests positively free. Ask to see the new perfection bifocals With which tb« wimrwr sees to read or sew and with the sanm glass see at a distance. Rwmember we Pave you from 50 to 75 per cent on traveling optician's prices.. ' " • Oranges for dicing, at Hillabrant's, 15 cents doz. ; . Fine stationery at the bazar store. A .complete assortment always on hand. Children Cry far Pitcher's Castorla. Corn and wheat grits for little chick» also compound food, greatest food on earth, at C. A. Chesher's mill. The ex^juivui'tion for a cadetahip in Naval Academy at An napblis fdr^ UHS coBgreBsional district- occi*red iff Battle Creel* .'..laf$• week. Mark. Fbote, of that place^Wasilhejsuo cessful candidate. The Journal has the following in regard tp him: "Mark candidate, is an lustrioua and manly Foote, •especially "bright, places of amuseoient are allowed full ° • , fway as vyas tlie^casu ^\ .S.unday. I he following extract in rvgard to tU« i at ter we quote from tlm Chicago"!ii es: "But while -the stately Jfcuiidiiijis -vnd beautiful grounds, the no'blo >?ork - of arliaind gr^ud tnumphti -of science :'b<i industry wtrv closed \M tin- public, <.<ui saloons and tb.e-br.otbels werv open t-a ter"day_'and last night, awd the devil laughed aloud at the SUCBCPB of the job' ' ^ .. he bad putfup^OR, the'SabtMttarian> j.j .;•• ^"hej. saloon keepir^ iaugheil, top 4 boy, aiiJ his selection is a sincere grati jicatjon to his many friends in our.eUy. He b,es been for rjve years a carrier of , the Journal, resigning his L position: afew moiitWaga in. order that he nught give more att«ation to hMJudigs In the high school Judging fm» 'hia faithfulness aiul efficiency in- that position and his lugB fitaiwiiug ajoaoAg fa a-socia^es, we predwa, for him a brilliant career ia the national bervce " w A L L K" ^' ' P ••#-. i> ."JS' E FRESH, UNIQUE, TASTY DESIGNS, w Call and Be Convinced. Wor]Mo' ^bited»t the Corner 4f*, feeeial at t%e resiipM» T $1 for ii was aharvesfc-d^y J g&toon keeuers. Every, J ,4pen -did ft ,big business* < They with strangers who* i to Chicago to see the and- <he

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