The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 11, 1891 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Thursday, June 11, 1891
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1HE BAIL* CfiEONrOLfi, fffryg H, Local meteorological report taken by Q. H. Greene today at Greene's drug •tore. . Ton. IMAM room 4:00n» THBBKOiaTBB. ' 60 79 7S BABOMBTEK. 89.090 89.190 29.140 WIND. - w W NW Highest. 81; lowest, 65. By registering tnermouietor tor the last 24 hours. , , • 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. George Barney, of Charlotte, was in this city today. Mrs. G. W. Perkins, of Detroit, is visiting Mrs.E. D. Brown and other friends in this city. , • " Miss Alice McGee, who has been visiting in this ci^ left this afternoon for herhofoelnW^b,inKtQn, D. C. '] residence of the ofn- ^'Wedfnesdaj, June 0, F. Taber<;, Wm. Dyke and Corley, Iboth - of Battle r ..__i A. St^ns Would here by extend her heartfelt thanks (•" all friends and neighbors whose sympathy acd help: the shared during her late affliction and bereavement. Lji^M have an opptii^tunity on Thursday^-l^da^ ,and Saturday of this week to try Tun;Houten's Cocoa free, asad- vertiwd OH the last page of this paper, Gbci)»is rapidly gaining in popu- laritj«g»lnjlt teaandcoffeo as a table drink, imd this brand has a strong reputation. Newspapers are often blamed for publishing things without thorough investigation. If people in general took one-half the pains to investigate before Judging, and above all things before talking, there would be far more happiness and less misery in tbia world. Charity and kindness are \irtuea which all can pouess. The baggagemen-on the M. C. road have an eye open for the 'main chance, When a belated correspondent has a • letter for Detroit papers to send by him and telegraphs his paper so }li» bag- gageman baa nothing to do but deliver it to tb« iftan who (iff ki forjt on his arrival in Detroit, their fee for the custody of the latter is 86 cents In advance, and they often carry as many a* half a dozen letters on one trip. Battle, Creek Journal. 10th: Col.. John. Peavejr «p yesterday entered upon ... bis 8-i|h y«ar atnid the congratulations .of his many friends, who are rejoiced to find him enjoying a good measure of . health for ojie of,his .weight of ;years. Oar venerable and highly esteemed citizen was remembered on bis 87th anniversary by a number of handsome, presents from relatives and friends in Detroit, Marshall and Port Huron. Among t^ose who called to extend their personal felicitations -were Mr, and Mrs. George B. Cajnney, of Marshall, who rao*! tbj| day,3$ ty lesidence, "?* ^f i' '• '-. ' : , We kpre rftpeiwda cppyof thepro- ceedin^ of J^B ^^ u ?^*> tl1 "jeetiug of 8»g^ia*'inWuly la**. It k a'jwndsorne book of over 100 pages and contains t>e- udes proceedings of the meeting de- •(•riptive articles of the trip from Sag- 'tow to .Yellowstone Park and return, with illustrations showing some of the many note<l places visited by the quill driver.. It alaowtsana the portraits of 101 members of the association. To Fr*«i Uoeam, a^sretary for 1889-90 is f(^j<^f nf such a complete'aud ing report of. the proceedings ™ " - •• »i_.*i Frank D. Patterson is home from Ann Arbor. Mrs. L. li. Albaugb is visiting friends in Fort Wayne, Ind. Van Houten'a Cocda awarded the highest merits at the principal expositions all oVer the world. Joseph Reed,' of this city, has received his permanent appointment as a railway postal clerk and received orders to move to some place on the Lake Shore road. There is or was a circus in town today. Tho band went through the street at noon. The band wagon had the np pearance of a traveling photograph car and tho players looked as if they would be glad when pay day came. If you will civil at R. Butler's, C. T. Cook's, John Wiseman's, C. P. Cook's, S. E. Cronin'a, C, H.'Hillabrant's or T. L. Cronin's on Thursday, Friday or Saturday of this week you can got a cup of Van Houten's Cocoa free. This delicious beverage ia taking the place of tea and coffee very, rapidly. No family should be without Van Houlon's Cocoa. Since Will Andre's runner beatrDoru Smith's.n'old day,there has been considerable speculation between the owners as to which was the faster horse aud yesterday a raco was arranged to take plane this morning at eight o'clock for a purse of $20. The course was from the Arms stock farm to the corner of Lin d<m eit'oct, a. distance of about three- quarters of a mile. Andrew Chrystal acted as starter arid C. T. Fletcher as judge. Smith's horsu won easily. To Speculators. I AM MAKING : I will clear out n^y entire stock of Crockery, Grlassware^Hanging Lamps AND EVERYTHING IN THE CROCKERY LINE; I Have the largest Line of • CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE' In the city, and will sell at ACTUAL C98i FOR SPOT GAS', This is a picnic. I want to get out 01 t,, • Crockery business to make room for another line of goods. • • RICHARD BUTLER. d in and exercises. Typographically tho Mlmne 1« very bandaoqw *n4 is a, piece of work that the printer*. Messrs. See- i AfPefcra, of *«*»**. can j ' Has Kirby Keen Heard From? . There is> rumor afloat—and it may be more than a rumor—that Sheriff Prentice received a telegram today from a town in Ontario, Canada, asking him if he would stand by the reward offered for tho arrest of E J. Kirby, aud come after him, if so, to answer at once. The sheriff went to tbe telegraph office shortjy after this, but what he answered we do not know. It is quite probable that Mr. Kirby is in Canada. A day before ho leftJ.R. Bentley'gave him a letter addressed to W. M. Bennett '& Sou, .Jackson, containing a draft. The letter, was not mailed and Mr. Be'ntley seat another. The first of the week U.i:inett-'& Son received nptise from the postmaster at Toronto nofifyjug them that a letter ad dressed to them was held lor postage. They sent the postage and iu return go£ the letter given to Kirby to mail. This would indicate that Kirbv might have been in Toronto anil. mailed it himself. ' ^ _• Circuit Court. The ejectment of PulUsou vs. l)ryer was taken from tho jury by Judge Hooker arid a yerdict for inn plaintill as claimed iu the declaration. Verdict to show that (he defendant held possession of premises as tenants it sufferance of heirs. In-lbe case of Win. U. Strong vs. Wm. J. Wait the jury returned a verdict of no cause of action. . At the conclusion of the Strong vm Wait case.the jury was discharged for term. Elisha T. Beal-was senteueed to lhr_ee years at Jackson-for larceny, Wnu il. Quiuu oue year at Ionia for same offence. Charles Livingston, who was convicted of assault and ; ,_ battery, v^,a£ fined $75 and sent to j-ulJor five days. Livingston had previously informed the, court that his being convicted would not hurt him,-, as y. company of men at Battle Creek would pay the line. Judge Hooker in pronouncing his seuteni^ said he- did not want the company to stand }t* aH, .'o'he would add five days in jail to the line. There are times when^a man can talk too much and this was one of them. " "A number of judgements' by default rer^ .taken'and then the trover cast* of toe Western Organ Ca. vs. Isaac Robinson was .heard by the court. Are You In It ? We have reference to house cleaning. 11, you haw ' commenced that semi-annual job, you huve' no </o /| /6< ascertained that many articles of Furui J t -. need ? c- placing, or the changes you have mado wiu > uimit ol adding some new piece. If So Call at F; B. Snyder's, and look over his large and elegant stock of Parlor Suitp, Bedroom JSuits, Fancy Chairs, Dininntj Room Chairs, Tables and everything else kepi in a first, class furniture store. These pleasant eci-n t.ys you want to try . And Get Out . •< . i and wheel the baby around in one of those handsome Cabs, which are so cheap that one can afford 1o throw away the old one and get q, new one. A full line of Casket'and Undertakers Qoods. QhUdren The Old Doctor Will Be Here Without any Mistake on the date mentioned. This extensive experience with thousands, of patients enables me. to cure every curable i case. Those 'afflicted with diaeaaea of the Dunge, Throat, Heart, Liver, Kidneys, Nerves Brain, or suffering from Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Debility, Youthful ludiacretionB, OaiT- cera, Old Sores', Tumors, fits, any Ohronio Ailment, are invited to call and examine toy record of CASKS cca*D, wheo hope of cure had-be en abandoned. Candid hi my examiuatma, raaeouabla ii- *ny; charges, ana never encourage without » surety of success 'LA POKTE, IND., Juna 35th, 1889. Dr. F. B. Brewer, Evanaton, Dl.—DKAB 8m: According to "recji^'fct I now write to you. I am very much pleased with the result of yoiu: 4 treatment. Ih&ve been greatly relieved of my bronchial icrouble*.' and am Hire that. I aia. much tetter of my-kidney and heart trouble j. I um altogether bettor than I «aa when I ftrac began your treatment • I wool 1 ohoorfally reaouimeud to whom it may concern, your method or treatment, tor it aurpaesee that of auy otUer physiciaa i know of. Your Bueoeaa. i.a thu t>d*t raoom m.eudatloQ 1 osn give you'• " ' . ' ' , : Yours very respectfully . ,—V^SSSPSSSSS-THBBU-- •" . ' •-. - EDWINB.NiLEa • Late Brig. Gen. Volunteers U- 8. tension OhunvAg*at aud Notary Public, LaPorle. Im'. . • - l ' DB- F. B. BREWER, 136'CbWo Ave., Evanston. IU on WodneBaay," the 17th of June ' •Juno. AtB^Ue GrftojK, Hacolin. ..-&? -.<f~*. .^laE^J

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