The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 8, 1891 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, June 8, 1891
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1HE DAILY CHRONICLE, JUN*?8, 1891. METlOROUjGtCAL. Locai;m«»eoTologicttl report taken by G. H. Greene today at Greene's drug •tore. «•*. TiOOAK 1,-oora 4KX)rM THJUOmBTU. ' ' > to 88 81 •ABOUT EB. ».Z10 .40.160 »430 WIMt). .SB B 8 Highest, 85; lowest* 46. By registering tnermometer for the last 94 hours. 1,1 » - - I* " '" ~-^_^L« After the first of June notices of entertainments, socials, lectures, etc., where an admissin lee or charge of any nature is made will be charged for at the rite of five cents a line for eacf- Insertton. _•_ • BREVITIES. Louis Strong spent Sunday at his* home ia Vioksburgh: Wm 4 (Connor returned Saturday from a busineA tnp to Minneapolis. J. M. Pdwere, of Charlotte, is attending to spme legal business in the pro- Mrs. E. J. Kirby returned from Schooler aft Friday even! nor. Licensed to wed: William Dyke and Assies Corley, both of Buttle Croek.UJE Mrs. Charles Hitchcock v/onttoBron . son this morning for u wecU'.' nbsonc.". W. U. Arthur spent Sun.lay in this city, returning to Albion this nujriiliiK. The Michigan Central company will build a greenhouse near tliL-ir ilt pot .in Niles and propagate plants it: 1 .! llcweis for use on their dinner cart. Court convened at 1:30 this afternoon and the case of the people vs. Quinn was taken up. We believe this is tbe last case on the criminal calendar to Le tried this term. v. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Mills leave tomorrow for Boston toppcmd the summer with'their son; Fied. Durinp- their absence Mrs. S. L. Hollon will uecupy their residence. The barney -AO:O will ba in charge of Fred Mason. To Speculators. I AiT MAKING A "I bate court. Prof.' Harry Houston and Miss Gertrude Smalley spent Sunday with Mr. H.'s parents in Fredonia. Mrs. d'Arcambal addresses the Women's Stale Press meeting at Battle Creel; tomorrow evening. John Houston went to Chicago this morning. He' went to look after Eugene Kir by's wheat deals In that city?" Mr. and Mrs. ff?S. Hungerford and children, of Battle Creek, 'and Miss Anna and Ethel Hnngerford, of Albion, apent Sunday at G*o. Boughtcn's. The Xonng People's Society of Chris- Han Endeavor of the Presbyterian church will hold a social at the residence of Bey. Mr. Curry on Wednesday evening. ' A full attendance is requested at the K. O. T. M. meeting Tuesday evening. Business of importance is to be transacted and every member is requested to attend./ T^e 'county funds are locked up in the National City bank. .The men connected with the ban* are supplying, /Treasurer Marble with the wherewith to keep the-wheels moving, .so tharo has been no inconvenience thus far. Elizabeth Bobms Pennell, who during her residence in Great Britain has had ample opportunities for observing the social distinctions peculiar to that) •country, will contribute an enter tain big article on "The English Middle ClassJ? to Harper's Bazar published June 12<b. The young woman wtio writes her •name and address on the eggs before «he sends them to market has received a proposal. It came from A man who proposed that hereafter she send strictly fresh eggs instead of the stale ones sh% had been in lh» habit of selling. She no longer counts her chickens before •> they are hatched. Albion Recorder: WV,K Knick. r- bocker of th*Albion Milling Coj. says that the farmers should proceed to cut the rye in their wheat nQW^while they •OM dwtingoteh it. Wheat containing i is worthless for milling purposes, I no good mills will buy it. Such •wheat, Mr; Knickerbocker says, will <lropin the market to the value of rye. ¥aro»r» ahoufci give prompt heed to Supt. MacKibbm was elated with the attendance Saturday to set; the exhibit of kindergarten work, etc., by tin; pupils. A majority of the school hoard and eight patrons of tho schools found time to cull. He felt quite encouraged. They were out riding last Sunday evening and he had been siuyintf. "Wonder why the horses keep their ears, pointed lorwards so';" -suid he. "Perhaps it is so they \vo;rl hear n.ore ofycui o.ugi~u; than they !KIV.: ti',".-aid she. Nothing new hv.s developed sn the bank mailer recently so far u.-. . I'ave been able to learn. The- report.- 1-1 the I will,clear out my entire stock ot' ,. Crocker?, Glassware, Hanging Lamas AND EVERYTHING IN THE CROCKERY LINE, I Have the largest Line of • CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE In the city, and will sell at ACTUAL COST FOR SPOT CASH. This is a picnic. I want to get out of u;-» Crockery business to make room for another line of goods. RICHARD BUTLER. Detroit papers that ting uneasy is all bo=h.' Cr.y u 'counts are still worth tO'> c. wt - • dollar. Three doctors joined uauv-ra . Omaha. At the dour of tin- KM";...>• they were met by three te'lov. ciaus. The outside seatin-jl w:.. insurance agent, the inner dcosl was a druggist, the caih \vas M! tered by u minister, the escort undertaker and tombstoiu: dt::!v the treasurer wus a city bill coLi' Mrs. ^.. S. d'Arcambal, fouui'..: Home of Industry for dischar-- oner's of Detroit, gave two vt.y estipg talks at the Presbyteriu'u . ac- i the . r in ;. life ;ij ;iu 'il;e v! to ":t is cd to A dispatch from Te.kon8ha says: Tbe Tekonsha high school turned out its Srrt graduating class, Friday ni K ht. The werciws were held in the Presbyterian church. Doriag the midst of the exercises ihe dpor Je0iw? ' yesterday niternoon and evening. discourse in the jifternoou rclatt the Home, the manner iu which conducted and the uicaus cmpiui assist discharged prituucrs to bectnue uselul and reaptvtLtblo citizens, in t:ie evening Mis. 'd'Arcambal gave •••. »lo- scriutiou of several Jidcroiit «iuie prisons, parliculf.rly our own ut Jackson. Her heart is m her wori;, tuut of making the Homu u complett biiccoss, and in this she is must ably :t«i*'ed -by S. Baldwin, J S. Hiidiuu, iv.v Iletd Stuart and other well ki-owa Deiroit people who arc on the bc^rd of tors. The boys aro having soi the eheriff.regurdiu^ tUu out for the anest of E J- KII'OT, which concludes us follows: -'Is :i church member aud has-been a SuV«-i"V ivhoo- 1 tcaclier, also belongs to :t called j »ne'K. 0, T. M., quite'fond u-f ;-!:iyuig j billiards—has uo oiht-'f bad L;;u.::* ihat I know of." They are *t u lo** to kr,ow what the sheriff regards- a L-mi imbit, being u church, member, :i .>un.Uij- school' teacher or a member uf uiu K. Are You In It? We have reference to house cleaning. If yon have commenced that semi-annual job t you h'.we no doubt ascertained that many articles of^urnii-i v necdic- placing, or the changes you have madff vnu tulmit of adding some new piece. If So Call at F. B. Sn>der's, and look over his large and elegant stock'of Partev Suits, Bedroom Suits, Fancy Chairs, Dinning Room Chairs, Tables and everything else kepi ir. a first class furniture store. These pleasant you want to try And.Get Out and wheel the baby around in one of those luindsome Cabs, which are so cheap that one can afford to throw away the old one and get a new one. A full line of Casket and Undertakers Goods. ••./rl with The Old Doctor Will Be Here Without any Mistake on the date mentioned. auiu--j the e ex ibatementi ' where a Wuquet had beep laid, wai opj»»* fad * cloud ^ swok« through, filling the upper rooms rt «#*^ -^ W«^*l once •ned bat through the coolness of O, T. M. We.-dpn't unciar^.uu's why the notice did not also- stale, tba: lie was a member of the Mai-*H-ill Clao,- belonged to the E. A; U. -was the republican city , piay«4 1 to be on fire, onV banqueting lath* occasion, a»4 the' 'f * . • "- _ _fc_ A^ ^'L. .L. .T.WKA indues. li»itfl£<Afi stiff baud 8t P«dro, was cousul^tnul.} of a tisbercaan and oeea?iouitl4y dealt in wlieat options. '4'ncjw 'ul»«»« ^ facts in tue npjljees uiay bo the nieaus of Mr. Kirby's escipiJig tu-i oflicials. ' ^^ _ ' _______ t -- • • - 1 , , ! V : " Do not obnfuse the Faaiouis Blizsh of ftc«s w th the' many :worthled-i jiaiaw, powdar a creftow ftad bleaehea wliiylx are Hj m^tel (iet «»e gd»niue ef your ML B. Powell, 75 centi par bottle., it wiU • reroo»e yov ' t*i,tan aad lexion, 1 ua I >., This extenaive experience with thoooandfl of patients enables me to core every pimblc case. Tkoee affliojtod with fieeasea of the' Lunge, Throat, Heart, Liver, Kidneys, Herres Brain, or eaffering from Kheamatiam, Keu- ralgi%. Debility, Toathfo) ludiaoretiona, Can* cere, Old 60109, Tumors, Fits, any Ohronio Ailme&t, are invited to call and examine my record A>f CASKS COKJEB, when hope of (tore had been attandoned. Gandid in my 'examiastina, reaisouabla is Ay charge*, and never encourage without a surety of sooceea LA POMJS, IMD-, June 26th, 1889. Dr. F. B. Brewer, JBvaneton, TJ1.— DCAB 8m: Aocoiding to reqa^at I now write \to you. I am very niueh pleued with the ie- eolt of your treatmejit. 1 have be«n greAuy relieved of my bronchial troablea^ ud am. Bore that I tm much bejtei of my kidney, and huart troablea. I am altogether belter than I was when I ftrec bigan yoor treatment I would oheerf oily recommend to whom it may concern, yoor method of treatment, for .it aarpae&ea that of any other hsician I know of" .Your euoadbe ia the mendatioal ean give you. -Yours very reepeetfolly b^at reoom Late Brig. O*n Volunteera ,TJ. . Pension aiaim'Agant fcad Notary Pablio. LaPorte, la-\ DB- 7. B. BBEWEB, 136 Ohicago Ave., Bvanaton, 111 _i Blotel this citjLvon Wttdaft*o»y, the Iftk of June TUa«d*y, the 13'ffof J«w*. , AtBattle Creek, '' • , -if. -' aJ

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