The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 26, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, May 26, 1893
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*$$v ii. Vf; TtiE DAILY ' The Michigan lefeislatafe adjourned at noon today. ' ,„ Mrs. Mt Ar Allen la visiting Mrs. P. V. Johnson in KalanT&ool . . It would seem that we are not to have anj strawberries this season, . Mrs. H. B. Canoll, son apd daughter, of Dowagiac, are visitinR in the city. Mr. L. Bradley affil Tina "Dat/s, jew ;'Hterip*iie aad Flossie, return from the east toiiibr row. ' , / "' ;: .-.-•'. - .'' -•••-' : ""' ..... So far this season ttte Ifce cream Soda fountains have not done a rushing bus! ness. •••? ChtsflaoU, of Eckford,. djed;; last night. The funeral willbe held Sunday *t the house. *A number of the friends of Mrs. U. Butter treated her to a surprise last evening. Who says we are not having hot weather? One case of sunstroke was recorded at Allcgan this week. The Epoch, New York City: Rev. Anna Shaw, of Illinois, was one of the most eloquent speakers at the National Council. •Mrs. Sweet, one of the early residents of Marshall, but now living at Carson City; is very 111 and it is thought she cannot recover. ; |- '• V ''• .-•-. • .•'';. . / , The ( new time- card on*tt be Michigan Central ' goes into effect next, Sunday providing another postponement is not, made until a week from Sunday, or some other time. -***' ' .',: ; The nineteenth annual meeting of the Michigan Pioneer and Historical society will be held in the senate chamber of the capitol at Lansing, commencing Wednesday, June 7,1893, at two o'clock p. m. standard time, and continue through the evening of Thursday, June 8. "The program will consist of music, under the direction of Miss Iruia Haigbt, of JUansing, address by the president, reports of the oflicera and committees, interesting historical papers, inter spewed with spirited flve minute speeches and reminiscences. On Tuesday next, May 80, all over this peaceful and happy land of ours the people will gather to strew flowers npon the graves of our dead heroes. Let no one fail to bring flowers and in many other ways contribute toward celebrat ing in an appropriate manner the day that is fast becoming of more interest to the people of this country than any oth : er in all the .year. The servicas will be begun at the Opera House at half past . nifie in the morning and will be com " pleted at the Catholic and Oukridge cemeteries. A fine address will be do livered at the opera house by the Rev. W, D. Simonds, of Battle Creek, and should be listened to by all. The following item will no doubt be of vital interest to our readers, and as it is goipg the rounds of the press we feel m duty bound to publish it: Did you ever notice that the day of the month and week-are always the same in March and November, and in April and July. That is, if March comes in on Monday, November will do likewise, the same rule applying to ,tbe other above named months. 4n leap-year January ia with March and November. The last day of February and tne four.Jh day of July al ways occurs on the samo day of the week. '" .f . . "*~~ ; de-way!" sstid Rastns. tole'ehlOkenjj lor years an* never got cao&bt.. But de minnit I goes an* buys a hen fot|ttpper I's rested on suspicion; Honesty's de wust policy I ebber seed.*' " The Native African Choir -'will give one of their enterlaihfuentrTit Eagle Opera House nest Tuesday evening. The London Times says Of them:' ''The •entertainment is decidedly efteetive and t in*sonie respects, touching." Mrs. Jno. McGnire and Mrs Schulte, of Petroit;.*m ^«itin a Mrs. J. J . ,Faheyj At a dance at Arbeiter hall last even Ibg a little disturbance-was created by outside" parties! so we are informed. Officers were called, b«t no arrests made? - ? • The Michigan Wdmnn's Press Association will hold its fourth annual meeting* in Detroit the Bret of July. The association has been invited to attend the annual meeting of the Michigan Press Association, which takes place in Detroit tlnr first week in July, and to join them in a lake trip to Chicago, at the close of the meetTng. " . The following cyclists have entered the road -race, which comes oil next Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock*: C. H v Weld v O. E, Gaus, C. E. Lewis, A^ 'Smith, A. Hindeuach, A. McKinstry, C. Sniitbi >VUUCary, ;<3; Webber; Lew f hompson, and ; 1. Udell. H. G; Reed will act as starter. The handicaps will be fixed by a committee unknown to, any of the participants, and will not bo announced until a short .time before the time for starting. A number of prizes toftva been offered. and are now on exhibition in A. H. Catbcarl's, window. FRESH FROM THE Items of WIRE tor tho Intercut Cunilenaod V Hurrhut Header. .The general synod of the evangelical Lutheran churches of the' United States la in session in Canton, O., with 200 ministers in attendance. The owners of the Monarch distillery of Cleveland have served notice on the Distilling and of their intention to withdraw from the trust on account of the default of the payment of rentals alleged to be due. &, The supreme sitting of the order of the Iron Hall is In session at Indianapolis under the direction of t Mr. Wing. The other faction is holding a supreme sitting at Philadelphia. Efforts are being nrade .to harmonize the factions. '' The International miners' conference at Brussels, representing over 1,000,000 miners, have adopted a resolution favoring an eight-hour working day iu the mines, aud will discuss the question of a universal strike to enforce the system. Francis H. Weeks, who was ousted out of tha presidency of the West Superior Improvement company, has been removed by the court of New York city from the position of trustee uf the estate of William Edgar Hovvland. The estate was.valuei 1 at 1500.000 and no trao-ft'of it. i>»\\ hK/ound STRAWBERRIES. COmmencig Saturday Lbbk Fdr Daily" Supplies At Loiyer Prices. . " ' ' .,!".'.-•* J. Cunningham's. Smith, ttie Photographer. .Has some nine Frames' for 'Cabinets and other sizes, just received, see thom< Call and GEO. H. MEAD Artistic Carriage Paiftter. Shop over IKjjdenaclif & SkittneiV - f\ll work expc.trted in the best manner. ARE HERE they are elegant. Qkr new line of neck. wcar> iJie new shape scar}, those elegant four-in hand and a complete line of novelties in neckwear,: • " Call at SHANAHAN'S and Sec them. . . ' ONE = CAR : LOAD of Cooking, Heating, JGtosoliiie and Oil Stoves, ONE HALF CAR LOAD of tin ware, consisting of tea ; and coffee pots,. kettles, milk pans, pails, dust pans, wash boilers, everything in tin, copper, iporcclajn, ; g(*rman steel goods'and anti rusting tin ware. 1 • „ . : • • ONE HALP^OAR LOAP of steel; goods, hoes, - race's, shovels, spades, .bay, dung .and weedinc forks. arid 6,11 kinds of tools used for farms and gardens!. ,. " >;>;;;;. ;V /; --; ;;;,-. FIVE TONS \'^'-C of stedl nails both wife and cut. ' • '"' • TEN TONS o 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 of Main street. \V« all do busines jqin the conter, but it will pa* you to cannot call. JOHN.WHALEN, Hardware Dealor, Martin Block, East Main Street. We Want to Show our WALL 'PAPER, to Every Person in the County. W. T. DRAKE, Druggist, 240 State Street. C.,-<|> A. R -, will meet at (he hall at nine o'clock a. m. Tues day, and at 9:15, headed by the band, wlli proceed to Arbeiter balrand «tscort th« <iermaa 3e.aev.oleo| -eoeietj 'jQQiBjaoD council to the «pera when the. fojlowing program carried out, with jiayor Foley presid ss May 35, 1893. The undersigned agrafe to close their respective places of business at noon on Decoration day, Tuesday, MajSO. S. V. R. LEPPEB,' GEORGE PBRKETT, EDGAB Q. BKEWKB, Miss K. E. BILLINGS, E. L.I^UBl'HY, ' S. £. CBONIN. J. S. Chafes on babies, aore nipples and in tlammatiou of the breast instantly relieved with Lavcndar Ointment. ' Wauled—Responsible ladies and gen tlemen to work for |2:50 per day. Call at 804 West State styeet Friday %od. Sat i'lowers/rom 8uction t your choice of in our 8tor«.-j,]hj8 week, - ' W A L L PBESH, UNICttTE, TASTY DESIGNS, 0air and Be, Convinced, B. i New Siook, 1 \jti^^^-^'^*^^^ ,^^m"Sf^lffmji 9-j^L^j£ijf ^ -l^p* , % ,' i£i tvie^V N -«*?v.-vj s <•<• ..-ioSCv.PY .MS-a&JfSSftSia&i! .Jj,^-!_"_ .3An*£££3i

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