The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 29, 1891 · Page 3
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{METEOROLOGICAL Local mftteorologioal report taken by « «-—-.*—-- at Greene's drug G. H. Greene today •tore. .4,-OOrn BAKOMKTBB. 89.1W SO M») : 29.060 NE . .R E- Highest, 68: lowest, 62. By registering tnermoiueter for the last 24 hours. THE DAWy CHRONICLE. MAY 29,1891. After the first of June notices of entertainments, .socials, lectures, etc., where an admissin fee or charge of any nature is made will be charged for at the rate of five cents a line for each insertion. - BREVITIES. . A. E. Wing, national bank examiner, is in this city looking over the'accounts of the banks. The regular monthly, meeting of. the directors of the Ladies Library Associ ation will be held at the council rooms Saturday, May 80, at 4 ;p. in. Rev. Gelchell and wife went to Homer this afternoon; where ho speaks tomorrow by invilation of Gregg Post, No. 155, G. A. R. upon "Our Nations Heroes;" When a merchant sees a lady looking very intently in his front window, he needn't pride himself that he has anything attractive there to rivet her attention, she is merely looking in at the reflection of her "dear self," and to assure herself that her bonnet is on all straight. It is unusual for Miss Allen to give her entertainment, ''Switzerland," to anything less than 50 and 75 cent houses, but the committee of the Organ Fund Society havmg the matter in charge have decided to reduce the price to 25 Miss Carrie Boughton went to Dattl Creek today.' . '" $ ^ Tomorrow being «Uegal holiday ho paper will be issued. The postoffice will be closed tomor row from 10 a. m. until 2 p. mi Jacob Wartman, supervisor of Albion township, was in this city today. The soldiers' relief commission bad a neeting at the court bouse today. Licensed to wed: Dell Page, of Bat tie Creek, and Susie F. Cole, of Bedford. • . - ,' , Tomorrow being a legal holiday the banks and justice courts will be closed all day. Edward Wisner, formerly of Atheus, now a resident of Louisiana, was in this city today. • * Mrs. J\H. Montgomery and her family will return to this city tomorrow afternoon, after an absence in foreign SCREEN DOORS AND Window lands of a year and a half. Q "Sweetening the Bitter,"subject of sermon for Sunday morning at 10:80 at the Universal 1st,church. F,or the evening at 7:30 a discourse upou "Consequences." The Albion College Quartette give a concert at the Presbyterian church this evening under the auspices of the Young People's Society of Christian Ead< avor of that church, The committee requests us to make a last call for flowers to decorate the graves of the dead heroes tomorrow. The rain has probably kept back some donatfqns, as but few had been sent.in at four o'clock this afternoon. Will not those who can send a boquet or two .to the Ferguson store before 9 a. m. to- - v .««vx* i,v *.\>uu\;c! bllD JJl 1U<3 IU <&5 \s**^ cents. It would not speak very weiyf Yesterday the Marshall Cycle Cornier the people of Marshall if Miss Allen P an V closed contracts with a lar<™ nhi. is not greeted with a full house. Delivered to any part of the city W. E. BOSLEV Prof. Charles A. Joy, Ph D., Heidel- bnrg, the celebrated chemist, for many years profesaer at Columbia cpllegffana- one Of the commissioners of the United States at nearly all the great world expositions, died at his summer home at Stockbrid.ge, Mass., this morning of heart' failure. During the past five yea,rs Prof/Joy has lived with his fami; ly in Europe, retyping to this country last Autumn. He was a brother of Dr. Henry L. Joy, of this city. Prof. Joy stood very high among scientific men in Europe and America. Lansing special to Thursday's Detroit Tribune: John C. Patterson, of Ma,r- shall, the attorney who conducted the twocasea which recently called from the supreme court a decisive opinion on the subject «of soldiers' bounties, pre- "senttal another claim to the board of state ^auditors Wednesday. His 'previous client was found to be not enlltlfiii to a bounty because he was not credited to the proper call. The claim presented is that of a vsteran who was properly credited*. In the event of its disal- Are You la,It P, We have reference to house cleaning. .If you have commenced that semi-annual job, yoti have wo dmbt ascertained thai many articles ofFurnti:., * ne#di+. placing, or the changes you have mado-mu <uimit of adding some new piece. If So Call at F. B. Snyder's, lowance by the board on the ground that no fund exists from which it aan.be paid, Mr. Patterson wrfl ask Uieeupreme court for a mandamus compelling its ' '" panv closed contracts with a large Chicago house, which agrees to take the entire output of the factory this jear in bpth large and small wheels. The balance of tho Ricard wheels were also sold Jto another house in Chicago. All the . jobbers complain of the shortage in bi-1 cycles, the factories not being able to keep up to their orders or contracts, •i'be Marshall Cycle Company g now wheelb will be ready the end of next week. ,, Regarding Charlotte M. Allen, who is soon to ftiy^ an entertainment here, Mies Viiginia Bailie writes from New :York to a friend in this city: "I con- eider Marshall is to be congratulated on hearing this talented young elocutionist. 'Switzerland' to those who have been abroad is like a second visit, so vividly does it bring up all the sigh is and experiences of travelers through that charmed land, and to*those who have not been -abroad it is the next best thing. -Agrimonte, the critic, said to me, 'Miss Allen is destined to become thegupat popular and the most successful elocutionist in New York.' " and look over his large and elegant stock of Parlor bmts, Bedroom Suits, Fancy Chairs, Dinnmp /toon* Lhairs, Tables and everything else kept iv a class furniture store. These pleasant want to try And, Get out and wheel the baby around in one of those litmdsome Cabs, which are so cheap o that, one can afford to throw away the old one and get a..new one. A lull line of Casket and Undertakers Goods. Tp Speculators. I AM MAKING A "Feed my Merrill's. chicks" with Meal from" Representative Diekema introduced into the Michigan honse.JVednesday, a concurrent resolution, providing for the appointment by the governor of a commission, to sit in convention with like commissions fcom other states, to effect, " if possible, a uniformity in the "state statutes relating to marriage and divorce, insolvency., forms of notarial certificates, acknowledgement and exception of deeds., execution ajid probate of wills, descent and distribution of property wad other subjects. The work of the conventioa is to be gqbmitted to the states iatereated for ratification. The conluuaaiams to be composed of three members, W fc o ^ to 8er?e withoar pay and report to the next legislature the results of their wwk. The resolution comes from the Mjcfefeaa bar association, T - • • ' ' Miss Lizzie Barnes, of Jackson, has returned from Chicago, and will be at Mrs. S^ W. Hill's for a few days longer with a line of .embroidery material and stamped 1'ineus All Kinds of feed ground at the Rice Cre.ek Mill. ' " Ove.r 4.QOO different styles of goods to qelect from at F. S. Powers'. : a Ask your grocer for Rice Creek mills flour or call at the mill and, get a sack. F.S. Powers, the leading merchant tailor, guarantees satisfaction. ANb SEE IT.. received a crate of Brown Dishes called Colu ~bia, very handsome and r^asonable.in pnoe. Also another orste of John Maddock'a best white Semi-. Porcelain, which I am enabled to self cheaper ,than ever. Rexuamber tl goodj WQ warranted xiot to orapkle. ~^HH«| V rf.*!JS WuROCKEhi. T will clear out my entire stock of. Croekerv-, Glassware/Hanging AMD EVERYTHING IN THE CROCKERY UNE. I, Have the largest Line of • ...." AND GLASS Iif the city, and will sell at COST FOR SPOT CASK. I want to get room for

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