The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 23, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, May 23, 1893
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' ir* < t '* ^ V "--' DAILf BREVITIES. Mrs*. W>J, Francisco is confined to bar bed by sickness. ' t 'tL 1. Peck is slowly improving, bat !s Still cofliHnedto'his bed. u , " Mr. and Mrs;.' B'ishV HnmestOn re turned to their home in Jackson" yesterday, . ..."•.'. The man who never bad a vegetable garden is starting in as usual^lthgreat etttbitstasm this yea*. 0 Mrs, ftnn 'Adams, 9* Lansing, who baa 1 been, visiting her lather, S. Me Names* returned- home yesterday* Holiday's Battle Creek Journal: "Mlas Agnes Grimes spent Sunday jn ._ . * _ .. J' ..*,»* _._--J *D Aj-ttvifV Ann & tlflflL Colin Sinclair ha»'retnr"ned.ftOn» Gal; /estottT Texas, to relume his old posK lion with Ibe O M i. & M. mips had enough of Texas. A handsome brook trout, weighing An ountfe less than two pounds, was on exhibition in P. .0. JSeaman's Store th& Dff. It was hooked 'by J. F. ~ 6a"r- wqod> . ..-*..Amos Wilson has been appointed electric commissioner m^place of 3^H. South worth resigned.; Mr. Wilson is a practical man and will no dcubl fill thfe place acceptably. • ; _ ' . Gustavo Kanpt is ijjjaid in Jail on the charge of stealing a pair of boots, STRAWBERItlES DAILY, Lettuce, Parsley, Onions ? CEO. H. MEAD Artistic Carriage Painter. Shop over HhdenacW& Skinner. . 'All work of manner. executed in the best HE&fi AT Marshall with Maud Bodine and Anna bei Hayes. . ., .^ • .••... .,..". '• ." The reseryeii/leat board for Mrs. Shaw's lecture opens at Greene's drug /store Thursday afternoon at thrae o'clock ' '3. OuiMngliam's. fcuw VIM MI* ft**.,' •;**" »*•"»"----"-n .•. . r and live .dollars. He had been released from the coflnty bastile only a few hours* when it was again found" necessary to recapture him.. It is proposed to organize an Athletic cluoand'to have a grand Held day'in Battle Qreek about June 20th or #A fresh supply of Be Neujchatel cheeBe just received today at Hilla brant's.' they are elegante' Our' new line of neck wear, Me new > shape scarf,-thtise elegant fouf-in * hand and a complete line of nov- elites tn nedkwear. ^. Call at SBANA&AW& akd seethemt . \ Vft *=SP The W. C. T. ; U. will meet at Mrs. O. Elaborate arrangements will be made B. 'Rowley's Wednesday afternoon, and amateurs^/rom all parts of the state Come out and hear the delegates' r$ port of the state-convention. Miss Ma'ble Sterling, of the central school building, was on the sick list yesterday. Mr, MacKibbin heard her classes in the afternoon. Daniel B. Bennett, a former resident "of this city, died in Battle Creek last will take part in the field day sport's Monday evening about «i>yen o'clock, alargestono fell-from the top of the Stuait block to the sidewalk below. It struck'about a, foot from •vhere Gideon Waterous .' was sitting. The stotfe weiehcM about thirty pounds, and would have killed him had it struck him. • FOB CAIl LdAD A large sized fish story comes from Athens. A gentleman from tnat town- we Friday. Thefuneraltookplace Sunday under the auspices of .the K. 0. T. M. „_. _ ^ ttMa •'• Mrs Ska8gBby-"They say, as a rule, ship reports that Marshal Howe, ot this ^b^?iA^Vp«^ city landed a brook tr«ut that weighed ^Lawful majesty of Niagara Falb .two pounds and ten ounces. Either 4t than the men." Skaggsby—^'Certainly. The roar is the only thing in the world against which their tongues stnnd no BhOW." " Columbus Dispatch: The announcement that the Rev. Anna Shaw was to speak before the Woman's Suffrage As sbclation in the hall of the house of representatives last night had the effect of attracting .a large audience. The standing room was all taken and th<5 galleries wete-filled. Rev. Shaw made a good address; it was logical, instructive and The Michigan legislature will adjourn Saturday unless there is a change in the program. The body has been in session five months and it has been a continual, farce comedy from the start. The republican majority started in to knock out all the laws passed by the democrats two years ago and have succeeded ip so doing, but thus far have failed to pass a single public act that will reflect »ry credit upon that body. The sooner tbe time for adjournment cornea the better it will be for the people of the state. The following from the Buttle Creek Moon is echoed by the newspapers of Marshall, as well as by the press, of Battle Creek and otb,er ci'ies in the county: "Next time the Inter-High School Association has a field day we would advise the boys to appoint a committee of arrangements who will . remember to supply tbe newspapers with programmes. Despite our best ef, forts we were unable to secure even one programme. If you want press reports just show the press a little courtesy." Bum the is a fish story or Peter is modest, as have not heard him menuon it. All the Mtcnigan Central -passenger trains are now leaving the new central station at Twelfth street, Chicago, which when completed* will be one of the finest and most complete on the Americaa continent, if'not in the world. Here passengers do not; hqivo to cross auy other track to get to auy train they want, and the exit the game way. On Wednesday evening, Juno 7, the Juvenile orchestra will give their fifth public concert. They will be assisted bv Mrs' Lottie Godfrey,«f Battle Creek, of Cooking, Heating, Gasoline and Oil Stoves, ONE HALF OAR LOAD of tin ware, consisting of tea and'coffee pots, kettles, milk pans, pails, cfust pans, wash boilers, everything inlin, copper, 'porcelain, german steel goods and anti rusttng~tin ware. : ONE .HALF OAR LOAD of steefgooda, tjoes, rakes, shovels, spades, bay, dung and weedmsr fork*. and kll kinds of took use4 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 fuU line- of ' hard wan* of even, description. I know I am a little to the east end of Main street. . We cannot all do busineyqin the center, but it will pa* you to give me call. .-5 ~ •. JOHNWHAIEN, Hardware Dealor, Martin Blbck, East Main Street. a singer Well and favorably known to Marshall people; also by Miss F. Maude H jghes, harpist, of Grand Rapids. Miss Hughes, is a daughter of D. Darwin Hughes, formerly of this city, and is ai adept upon her chosen instrument, hav int. received her musical education abroad. An effort will be niade to give a pleasing ^ntertainment; therefore tue program will be brief and varied. Fur ther announcmenj. will be made later. Marriage licenses issued: Frrink Har ris and Clara Ratbfuru. both of Penn field-, Ernest W. A. Rowles, of ChicAgo, and Susan M.,Pre8ton; ofgattle Cjeek Rollin M. Frenc!*, of Burlington and Eliza Morhard, of Fredonia. . > Want to Show our WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the Coijtity. W. T. DRAKE, Druggist, 240 State Street. .:*' . HE. .'• He-rDrizzle, drizzle falls the ram, Patter, patter on the roof. In niy bed I would remain; Canlno't, foraopthi, ' Ob, Marie I you get up and bl How that beastly wind does blow! Do you hear those windows ehftke? T It is awful cold I knpw; '-: •. One more nap I'll take. -. ' Say, Maria! you get up and build tbe fire, ~f V ; QHI? She—Baby kept iue up lust eight; , Hardly got a wink of sleep ' "la regard to •• the challenge, which "was issued in my behalf at the opera house the other eveiuug, I wish to state tUat I will be glad to sjiar any amateur in good standing ] for the feather-height championship of Calhoun coutity for either a gold or diamond medal, but wish it distinctly understood that I will, not ( spar any fcu-jpioney, as I do not wish to be regarded as a profeasional in the eyes of -.the publip. As the challenge also included light-weights I will gt> but of my class should any Jight-weight wish to meet me. This is open to aflY amateur IB either of above classes of my color. ." ••*'.,'' ; E. A, VAN'PU^EN. W A L L FRESH, UNIQUE, TASTY DESIGNS, , Cess paq^s and priyy vaults •cleaned aud disinfected in good shape at reasonable pntfes by I you get up W»»e>i a woman's up tf night* Miss Lulu Farman and^Mrs. are prepared to do dress making at the residence of'Mrs. Freedi first ^eor west of S|. Mary's Academy, on,ur«en atreet, A shore of the public patronage is solid ted. (d»80) . ^ ,• * 'Hoejtft w$ be^a meeting §| the 4re d^ —»_i—i^| fiifeji*aB^ft h,aJJ_Wednesday Lowest A.T • » tien a woman's up fit nijjfUts, j .pariajeoj; at firefltatt'% hall Wednesaay Wfth tjhf o|iMlren;whp^ Y^| fV ep^at wgbt aS^/ %W mem •ywgn^'' ' ''"' - ': •:"• , ' Iber^rfqueateato^preseitt, io5l%B-.-i**^ "W*^r ^ V 1 .. ..>\Wn.-^pMf, ,V .- «t«hta ^i- ' )5ft" •'- '- -I 1 - -. T,. , v :_- ' .j--"<"- a -. v CbM»» x ?£W& :x, l|^.^ ¥* '

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