The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 18, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Thursday, May 18, 1893
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" *. BttEvmES. x *; ' * L ' j """' ' ' •" I 7> "Oft, woinafrf in yottr hours offense, f v Uncertain*, coy and hard to please"-^ When^ bargain counters give delight,." ton just ouy ev'rythinsc in sight! Governess—''How long is it .since Rome was founded?*' Little Fanny—"Rome was founded 2,848} ears ago." Aged Grandmother—"Dear mil, • how timedoea slip awav!"—Ttxas Sittings., Plenty of news today. * Tomorrow is fleld dav. Labor day is a legal holiday now., Caleb Hanohet celebrated his 83d birthday too ay. ' . J. J. Morse, of Kalamazoo, was in the city yesterday. , Miss Bessie Fetors returned from Bat tic Creek today. Miss Anna Belle Hayes," of the post office force, has the measles. .We understand that the Washington house will soon change hands. Why is a griddle cake like a fchryalls? Because it makes the butter fiy- The .prospects are that the Masonic hop will be very largely attended. • L. F. Page is'in Detroit, tUence be will.proceed to Ne"w York City. ., JVlra. Corrigan and daughters re turned to their home in Chicago today, Mrs. Edward Butler, of Hastings, is visiting relatives and friends in this city. The school children and teachers are beginning to look forward to the long 'vacation. The front of Geo. Perrett's dry gooda store is being improved by a coat of paint.. "" Mrs. Hahn and lilile daughter, of Grand Rapids are guests at C. R. Osborn's. Mrs. John Greble, of Hastings, arrives tomonow for a short visit with Marshall friends. Rev. Anna Shaw will deliver a lecture in this city, at Eaplc opera hpuse, one week from next Monday night This is the extra lecture of the Star course and is given free to all those holding tickets. The reserve seat board •'.'ill open at Greene's drug store next Thursday* uf ternoon at three o'clock. Mr. Billy Gray as Cbicugo South Sides in the comedy cycloni . "My Aunt Sally," who appears at th< opera h'ouse Tuesday, May 28, is suit' y a cyclone and qre»tes enthusiasm from the start, and constant laughter greeu, his witty sayings. He is a very clevr'r comedian and makes a~hit in' his-apecsialy of . "Singing in the dark," and later in hia character hit, 'He got it when the chicken got the ax. 1 The following item from the Journal shows' now they -work, the drunks io Battle Greek: "4ohn Conway, charged with being djunk, was arraigned before Justice Brggs, under the city ordi nance, this morning, pleaded guilty and was fined $4.80, in default of which he was taken to jail this afternoon hy Constable Prentice to serve'itn aliui ,,a v tive sentence of fifteen days." ' Had Conway have paid, the city would 1 .*ve got .tbjj money, as it it. tna.-jf!ounty lui.ts • tbe-bitl ' „ Hr, O. H. Lipeoln, of 1323 "Michigan 1 ,. aveuue r> --Chicago k writes that he has 100 furnished rooms to rental very re-aS''i» ° ble rates. These roomer are located i ?> n -• one"'bf the finest avenues and iu .l»e central part of the city, between Jack <• son park apd the government building. ' Street cars 'and all convenience? a 1 1 ' .close at bapd, Mr. Lincoln Is a son <• t I C'. A, Lincoln, ol.Unjon City, and is \- favorably known tlfcre. It U probaWe that h.« Wtf Mr«i»sh *af e and cpjp ven v r t ' accommodauona for MarfcbaU euesta t o Masonic dance tonight,., , the collector will wake bis 'weekly collection tomorrow. Mrs. Dr. Van Horn and Mr, and Mrfc John Dorsey, of Homer, visited Mar shall friends'yesterday. Four ladies, tw,o gentlemen and a lit' tie child rode front Battle Creek to this' City on wheel* this after noon 1 1 Don't forget that you can get a good supper at the Universalist church to night. All cordially invited. Supper 15cent8i Mr L. Bradley and daughter, Tiny, left this afternoon for Vermont, where Miss Flossie Bradley Js attending school. The meeting of the grand command- ery, Knights Templar, of Michigan, closed at Bay City last night. The next meeting will be held in Kalamazoo. It baa been reported that six feet of the new "boat house was on land owned by the Michigan Central'; and the company had ordered the club to get off. There is no truth ii|*the .reports. It is not probable that the company would object if the house was upon its land, and there is some question,as to wboth STRAWBEB^IES Iiettuce, \ Parsley^ Onions^ FEtJlTS lit AT J. Cunningham's. A '^rejih, supply of De Neufchatel eheeae just Deceived to,4ay. at JSllla brant's, / '' .. '" ' CEO. H. MEAD Artistic Oaf ridge Fainter,' Shop over Hindenadi & Skinner. , *"!'^' : - -4 At-r-t AH work of manner. executed in the best THEY ARK HERE ' And they are elegant. Out „, new line of neck* wear, Ihe view shape scar}, those elegant four-in " hand and a wmplete line of nov? ' in neckwear. SHANA^/L^S and see them, : ivy '*•${ "4i •f it t«i' "&J* ONE FOB SA£E! •• CAR : LOAD er the company owns the lands that it occupies in that section of the city. . Mr. GlaUstono Itlggecl. LONDON, May' 18;—:The reception of the Prince of Wales at the imperial in- Btitiite yesterday was in every way successful. The Duke of York and the rrincess May welte cheered repeatedly by the thousands of guests. Mr. Gladstone was present looking tired and ir ritated. . A hostile demonstration was made by'•some of the ultra-Tories when he appeared. The demonstration was comparatively mild at first, but increased rapidly in volume which ended in hooting and hissing. ' Jitr. Gladstone Will Not Contest. LONDON, May 18.—Lord Randolph Churchill, speaking at Beading last evening, said that Mr. Gladstone had informed the leading Liberals of Midlothian that he would not contest that constituency again. This decision, said Lord Randolph, proved that Mr. Glad- efone realized what a revolution of feel-, ing had been produced against him by the home rule bill. Dead Chinese Will Be Deported. SAN FRANCISCO, May 18.—A representative of the Ning Yung company, oiu- of the Chinese six companies; i »ti- li«<l the health officials today that witti- iii 10 days they will proceed to disinter 300 bodies of Chinese in this city and Bend the remains to China, A corps o" inspectors has been detailed to wa*"'i the. work of exhumation as it pi.o- gressesj. Natural Gas Exempt From Duty. NEW YOUK. May 18.—A 'decision has been rendered by. the, United States geheraT appraisers in the* .case of the Buffalo Natural Gas Fuel company against the collector of customs at Buffalo, by which' natural gas is pronounced to be "a crude mineral'exempt from duty," under the, provisions of the statutes. ^ . Two Wealthy Men Insane, CHICAGO, May 18.-^Tri' Balcom, the wealthy'lumberdealer; was adjudged 'insane in the probate court yesterday oh u petition tiled some time ago. Alfred Crill of the commission firms of Alexander, Rogers & Grill of this eity •jidrdrill, Denny & Company of Omaha was also adjudged insane. Ih'e Raging Bio Gruude, ''•' REYONOso/Mex,, May is.—The Rio Grand is out of its banks at this point and is doing great damage to tke country "both in , Mexico and Texas. Thousands of acres of bottom land are inundated. Soqth Carolina's Liquor Law. COLUMBUS, S, C., May 18.—The supreme court has decided in favor of the state in the Cheater liquor case. The decision is looked,' upon, as practically settling the legality, of the djspensorj &t CooMng, Heating, Gasoline and OU Stoves, ONE HALF OAR LOAD/ ' ~ of ^in ware, consisting of tea and coffee pots, kettles, milk pans, pails, dust pans, wash boilers, everything Jn tin, copper, (porcelain, german ,steel goods and anti rusting tin ware. . , • •/f ONE HALF OAR LOAD of steel goods, hoes, rakes, shovels, spades, hay, dung >nd weeding forks, and kll kinds^of tools used for. farms and gardens. FIVE TONS / of steel nails both wire and out. . . < ' * •"" x TEN TONS ^ v ^ of barb and plain wire. FIFTY DOZEN locks and door knobs of every kind and a full line of hardware of every description. I know I am a little to the ,east end uf Main street, WH cannot all do~Susines jqi n the center, but it will pa" you to give me call. JOHN WHALEN, Hardware Dealer, Martin Block, Bust Mxiti Street. We Want to Show oiir . WALL PAPER. to Every Person in the County. W. T. DRAKE, Druggist,, ••••? 2,40 State Street. tu CHICAGO, M»y 18.—-Ohe hundred and iii 1 are, booked at the Harrison iop as a result of an attempt open poolrooms in this city yesterday W A P A P E B ERBSH, UNIQUE, TASTlT DESIGNS: Call and Be CoaYinoei O . . , .' '..':». '"''.: '" .. ..„.-. .»- i WWELL -. *? J

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