The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 19, 1893 · Page 3
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. THE, OAlt,Y\OBfi6NlCLEr 19,1891 -r~- > . , iL. „., - • ' ~u.~~.t- . __,_„. _.,_.ji -...•?-. ^ » ^ H U . Jl V- ' BREVITIES. I " ,, %- '•* J Any numbefr of strangers m town' to day.' . , j.ne imcp vuai uuw? luiuumi !«•» » »»»° \V, A. Ru&elK bf Battltf Creek, .was ~" in the city yesterday. • - ~- Mrs. JB, P> Clarke, of Charlotte, is visiting friends^in the city.,/ Th.e Michigan State ffir.einan'8 associ atton is holding a two days' session at Grand Haven. , ' , x * The great,,New York Central racer will be started next Sunday to make the tnip between New York antiV Chlca* go in nineteen hours. ' > The Michigan Central pay par has The soul of music s Is not the harp at all, at all, , , '. • Which Thomas bauish-etl. f '** ' • « "I understand the bTtohestra \s particularly great in its harmony." "I don't know. It placed nothing but symphonies'the night I heard 'it." „ STRAWBERRIES * ' ' ' ' • DAILY, Spinaoh, - Lettuce, Parsley, Onions, FRUITS IK, ABUNDANCE. H. A. TUlotsonls on the sick list, Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Page ason. L C. Stanley, .a prominent attorney of Detroit, is in the city. Miss Battle Darrow, of Homer, is vis itlng friends in the city. Will Church, of Albion, attended the Masonic hop last evening. Miss Minnie Hopkins, of Homir, is visiting Miss Nina Foley. Mrs. Hicks, Miss Mary Hicks and J ames Hicks are lit J. W. Wood's. Mr. and Mrs. George Bell, of Olivet, are visiting friends in 'this city and Oe resco. • , • The Commercial Savings bank is one year old today, and is,in a j^urishing condition. , MUs L. Josephine Fletcher will attend the Mapleson concert at Battle Creek this evening. Miss Grace Schuyler will hear the Bos ton Symphony orchestra at Ann Arbor this evening. Strawberries are scarce now, uotwlth standing they were quite plentiful a oouplb of we«jks ago. \^/ Mi* Annie, Van Valin, 'of i^s place, CEO. H. MEAD Artistic Carriage Fainter. Shop over Hindenach & Skinner, AH work exefcute<J in the best f manner. AT 3. Cunningham's. •/ **^ and/Ellas Stewart, of Bellevue, were married at the latter place on Tuesday evening last. The Miobigan News Writer 1 * Aasocia tion, organized in 1892, and composed of newspaper writers and correspond ents for daily and weekly newspapers, will meet in Kulamazoo, Monday, June 6. There will be a forenoon "and after noon session and probably suitable entertainment in the evening The information that Theodore Thorn as has been requested to resign bis posf tion as director of music of the world's fair, will be received with regret by ev erybody. However, it is hoped that Mr. Thomas will not withdraw bis great orchestra from Chicago, and that, though he w|ll not be heard at Jaekson park, an opportunity will be given the thousands of world's fair visitors to bear one of the finest orchestra's in tne world. i r » Indianapolis News: My Aunt Sally company made their initiatory bpw before, a Mt. Clemens audience last evening ip the rural comedy, "My Aunt Bally." The play, was hand somely staged and the attention pf the audience was held from first to last. MUs Mattie Roe proved herself a very clever emotional actress. Her pathos is natural and not strained or overdrawn, and not once did she descend to rant and «hout, but played the part with *n tutenseneas that won for her the well earned curtain calls she received.^ Her wardrobe was the finest seen here for seme Mnje. Mr.-Billy Gr»y held the house spell bound from start to finish, an4 his auuieirons specialties were perfect. He is an old favorite here. The -•"company is the pest that ever visited this oity>- 4 number of pjeasing "spngs were introduced. We fprediet a lajge week's business 'to* the company The, following description of * "but terfly luncheon/' jo*y £ eon tain useful been maklhg its motfthly trip over the main line this ,we\sk. » Miss Hattie Wood?went to Ann Arbor this afternoon to attend t;he Boston Symphony concert. She will remain over Sunday. The Michigan senate,,committee on taxation,'Wednesday reported,a bill in favor of bringing the, Michigan Central railroad under the provisions of the general railroad law. A gamsi of base ball was this morning played betwen the Battle and Marshall clubs. The score stood 29 to 10, m fav* or of Battle Creek. The change of time did not take place in the Michigan Central time table last Sunday as was-announced. ^Cfee change will occur next Suxday. The Masonic hop last evening was quite largely attended and was a very enjoyable affair. The treasury of the fraternity was increased by about $40, as a result of the party. Miss Cassie Humphrey, of Battle Creek, aad Edwin McAllister, of Ne- wsrk, N. J., were married on Wednesday evening. Miss Julia Brown, of this city, attended the wedding. MrT Caleb Harichett yesterday cele A fresh supply of De Neufchatel cheese just 'received today at Hilla brant's. THEY And they nth eWan£. Ow nefo line of neck wtaff Hie new- _ shape scar^, those elegant four-in hand and a complete line : o'f~ nov- eUieS in neckwear. . • Ctttt at SHANAHAtf'S and see them.' . '** - ~ ,. ' ,,* ONE SALE! CAR : LOAD brated his eighty third birthday with a few relatives at his home on Madison street, and all had a very enjoyable time. He received several tokens of remembrance. Mr. Hanchett says it is an I event long to be remembered by him with pleasure. He thinks evety an niversory will be the last, but we hope he may enjoy manymore. The field day sports of the Inter High School Athletic Association opened this morning with a game of ball between wattle Creek and Marshall, resulting in the defeat of the latter by a score of 3!) to 19, This afternoon Homer started in to mop the ground with Albion, the score being '" *-'* -* ' u J "' "" 'fourth inning, of Cooking, Heating, Gasoline and Oil Stoves, ONE HALF CAR LOAb _ of till ware, consisting of tea and. coffee pots, kettles, milk pans, ' pails, dust pans, wash boilers, everything in tin, copper, [porcelain, germnn stool goods and anti rusting tin ware. ' , * ONE HALF OAR LOAD ,of steel goo,ds, hoes, rakes, shovels, spades, hay, dung and w-'od-np- forks, and hi) kindsrif tools used for farms and gardens. , FIVE TONS . / of steel nails both wire and cut, TEN TONS of barb and plain wire. *./ * . •' FIFTY DOZEN locks and door knobs of every kind and a full line of hardware of everj description. I know I am a little to the east end of Main street. We tjannot all do busines jqi n the center, but it wjll paV you to give me -! call. JOHN.WHALEN, Hardware Dealer, Martin Block, East Main StVoet. PAPER, to 6 at the end of the Homer's battery was too much for the Albipn boys. Unveiled Hu>; Grandfather's BEUUN, May 19.— The German emperor, accompanied by Prince Albrecht, regent of Brunswick, Prince Frederick Iieopold, Count von Caprivi, General yon Kaltentrorn-Staucnia, 5*. Bosseau and many other notables proceeded to Goerlitz, in Silesia, yesterdajr, wHefe he rsonally unveiled the , monument. 4 to is grandfather, Emperor William, L. After the exercises at the monument had been concluded an elaborate dinner was discussed. . . . One More Clique*. CHICAGO, May 19.— The report of the commiittee on music reeommeflidipg that .thVcomniission -Jnstrupt Director Genei ..I Davis to request .the resi»aa- tion of Theodore Thomas, was taken, up by the national commissibn for action, itr. Hundley of Alabama •wanted to give My. Thomas another chance, i and askgd» the report to be amended so as to read: '^Unless he con- pepts 6) use, instrmnents. on e?hibjtio(n fttth»fair." -•*, • . Want to Show WALL to Every Person in the County. W.'T.DRAKE,. v Druggist,' ^40 State Street, W»ey <&*« & entejtam their ftdeads in an unique; ftttd. elaborate manner; "At a biittercup luncheon of ;ce- cent ^--- f '- " Own Jj»wjM>r. i^— Paau4 the ^ptectiye who was sentenced BnjrKAnd {ySullivaa to life imprison- meni'for the nwrder of ,Dr. Osonm, bnj a new trial W A L L P A P B B PBESH, UNIQUE, TASTY DESIGNS, V A.X Lowest : Prices; IT ID Call aad:Be Convinced. - •-.- j m $. POWELL, •» ', 5-.,* little totter 4rfeftthu4w

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