The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 12, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, May 12, 1893
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' u * "' - 1 ' 1 * ' V ' -*.* 1 " *»'^ ri THE DAILY ," MAV1V1893., BREVITIES. She read, awhile With pleasure, then she began to grow mad, She had dropped a tear for the heroine's woes, i And found it a medicine ad. Teacher—When water becomes* ice What is thiBf grefcl^ change that takes Pupil—the change in price. * *, ;^ being if»uUn the Ri|B Creek mill; • :" ^ Mr* and .Mrs; S,%D6bbins drove to Olivet i|day?: .. "*,. . .:*•''• Mrs. A. G> Dickey feturned yesterday from Chicago, <3. O. Miller Is in Chicago. He will remain one week. i Circuit court will be adjourned from June 5 to June 12. The Michigan State, Bar association ,wilt hold its annual meeting In Lansing Tuesday, June. 6. * » C. Colegrove £ost hap' secured Rev. W.t).Sinions x o|Battle Creek, as ora tor on decoration day. Sir', add Mrs. Delos .JSackley, of Ba tavia N.Tf., who are ofl- their Way Ic the world's fair, will spend Sunday at J.|\ Smiley'a. Marriage licenses: Horatio Blodget ahd Mrs. Lena L. Johnson, both of Ere- donla; Wm^F. Atchinson, Chicago, afid Misa Retia A> Michaels of Albioti. The lady Maccabees, held a private meeting at their hall this .afternoon It is understood that unusually impor taut and Interesting business was dis cussed t, Miss Hortense Van Zile, daughter of Judge F? J, Van Zile, will appear at STRAWBERRIES DAILY, Spinach/ Lettuce, Parsley, ' Onions, FBUITS -IN CEO. H. MEAD Artistic Carriage fainter. -Shop over Hindenach & Skinner. All work executed in tlie best of manner. ^ .* .'AT J. A fresh supply '.of De Neufchatel cheese just received today at Hilla brant's. they 'ate clegniit. . Our . new line of neck iveafi ihe net*? shape scarf t those vlegant four-in hand and a complete line of nov- eliies in neckwear. • Call at 'SHLANAHAWS and see ihem. ----- - . • the Ljceuni theatre, Detroit,tomorrow Navigation was seventeen days earli ^^^ and evetl i n g. She supports er last spring than this The store of H. Andre at Ceresco was burglarized last nlghti The dandelions are being removed from the court house lawn. Mrs. Case Ackerson, of Dark Corners, died on Wednesday evening. M. H. Joy, of Battle Creek, wad in •this city yesterday on-business. : Today'* Kalamazoo Gazette: •' 'Mr. J. J. Perrin is home from Marshall." "Mrs. Fred Mills and sons, of Boston, arrived at fi. R. Mill's yesterday. Mrs. H. N. French, of Kalamazoo, is the guest of of Mis, F. W. Dickey. Mrs Geo.S. Wright, of Boston Is^ at the home of her soo, Inps. S. Wright. Mrs. F. L. Henderson and daughter, of Jackson, are ylsiting friends in the pity. Olivet Optic; "MM. Wm. Grey and Mrs. T. Mack, of Marshall, were in town Monday." ' There will be a meeting of St. Albaus lodge, F. & A. M., this evening for work on second degree. The Ladies' boat club party has been indefinitely postposed in favor of tke Masomic party. The Masons have reconsidered their determination to abandon their hop, and it will occur next Thursday evening. The store of Mr Browm U at Rice Creek was broken into Wednesday night and a lot of- goods take,u. No clue to the thieves. * All Knighta,. T^WP^r ai ° requested to meet at toe ball Sunday :«t 3 P- m. Ascension-day services will be held at the Uiiiversalist church at three o'clock. ' Sermon: by Sir Knight Getchell, Great Lady Commander Becker, of the Lady Maccabees, was In the city this afternoon for a short time and gave Bomo instructions in the work of that order. A call elsewhere made it necessary to cut her visit here short Reports to the state board of health show rheumatism, neuralgia, bronchitis ONE FOB SALE! CAR : LOAD Lawrence Hanley. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Teompson, of Mt. Pleasant, Mich., celebrate the 50th anniversary of their marriage Monday evening, fune Gth. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Thompson of this city will attend. .. Ol Vlll - Wtti - B) uuuolov . Mf n „* *~ , , , . . . Are you ordering faint green note da9t pa ns, wash boilers, everything in tin, copper, 'porcelain, german steel paper, scented with new-mown hay, goods, and anti rusting tin ware, your monogram in white, and a stick of I of Cooking, Heating, Gasoline and Oil Stotes, ONE HALF OAK LOAD [of tin ware, consisting of tea and coffee pots, kettles, milk pans, puils. ONE HALF CAB LOAD | of steel goods, hoes, rakes, shovels, spades, hay, dung and and all kinds af tools'used for farms and gardens. .forfa. Notwithstanding we have had any quantities of rain this spring* the sh»w- l f 8tee J nailB both wire and cut . mm - ...~. s__.« _*•&•»<% •*«•*« unAanf*ftnl ft_ 1 — FIVE TONS ers of last evening were very acceptable as they sufficed to lay the dust and also to enhance vegetation, which is unusu- U o f barb and plain wire. ally backward this season TEN TONS DOZEN __ CORRESPONDENCE. To th« Editor: In answer to Mrs. Minnie Ward Patter •pn'a question, "What does it seem best to do," in tne CHBOHIOLB of May 9th, I would like to etate that in the opinion of ome reader at least, it seems best to cling to the grand old land marks of morality. It is the tendency of the age to ignore such commands as, "Bemember the Sabbath day to keep it FIFTY locks and door knobs of every kind and a full lin% of hardware of description. I know I am a little to the east end of Mam street. We cannot all do busines jqi n the center, but it will pa* you to give me call. . JOHN.WHALEN, Hardware Dealer, Martin Block, East Main Street. We each have a conscience, and if we listen to its voice end-need it, we cannot go very far astray. Respectfully, STEEL PEN. Financier* at XAW. NBW YOBK, May 13,—Russell Sage has began an action in the supreme court against Henry S. Iveu, the "Napoleon of finance," to recover |27,440 being the balance of a promissory note for 8100.QOO which Ivea gave ui May, 1887, to Sage for money loaned. 1 Ivea alleges that the collateral securities •which he put op \rith the note were worth $?00,pOQ more than the note, and asked judgment for the amount against Mr. Sage. - J ' • Denver Selected. * LOUISVILLE, May 12.--Denver ha« been selected as the ,next place of meet- tog of the Republican league by the 'committee appointed for that purpose The meeting will be called for the eecond Wednesday in Mayneit year sa5=^5E^T?«^.^..i»s?^^aa^""a _•- ,. w •* j . holy,"-"Resist the dimLjmd he will Bee | WC W EHt tO WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the County. W. T. DRAKE, Druggist, . 240 State Street. ing the week ending Ma* 6.. Diphtheria IB reported at 36, scarlet fever at 53, typhoid fever at 18 and measles at 36 places. ~ • /The followiDg bit of information may be useful to those coutemplatinB usit ing Goquac lake during the summer: *.'Until fasther notice the lake car will run each afternoon from corner', beginning at l:8ft and Has Accepted the Challenge. PiTTSBUBGv May 12.^-Tom Q'Eourke, on behalf of Geprge Pixon, has accepted Johnny Van Heesffc challenge to fight for 13,500 aside, the Police Ga^tte belt, the championship, providing the Coney Island "club offers a suitable purse. O'Rourke will post his forfeit when he arrives in New York. Bennett, spe«i ltli8t * or Chronic WSKKSM5 &s^^»™^ the 1 last Hnp *t 9 p. m. Sunday* the car* will run all day, beginning at 7 am. The cowyajoy are using |fee, open oara this summer. Thi8,m,ake8 a great improvement," ' ; " ^ew Tor* Herald; '!Tfce new onion .- U on bs,^ bu* it is w>t» popular• - It tellf o» tto p«8on who eats &, . May I8th. Free consultation English. N. B'.-rS|scA eases seive hel? in German A L L P A P E B • •• Call and Be Convinced u» \ma&wiMs*ssB , A._

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