The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 16, 1891 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, June 16, 1891
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THE DAILY CHRONICLErJUNE 16,1891. METEOROLOGICAL Local meteorological report taken by G. H. Greene today at Greene's drug •tore. ran. 7:oo AM 2:OOPM 4:00ra THIBHOXKTKR. 71 79 78 BABOUBTBR. aB.ico 29.020 29.000 WIND. sw NW NW Highest, 02; lowest, 684 By registering tnermouietcr for 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 bo charged for at the rate of five cents a line for each insertion. BREVITIES. A. J. and Ralph S. Rowley went to Grand Rapids yesterday. Special meeting of Marshall Com- mandery Wednesday evening. Meeting uf. the K, of H. tonight iu new h'all above John,Butler's shoe store. The Barnum show will be in Jackson in August. i Miss Adflie Hollon of. Albion is visiting in this city. Rev. H. E. Davis, of Homer,, was in this city today.' V. J. Dauls.of Jackson, spent Sim- day with his parents in this city. The board of supervisors convenes at the court house'iu this city at 1:30 p. m. Monday, June 22. At thn council meeting last night 13,000 was put in the appropriation bill for the new west end road and bridge. Licensed to wed: Albert Satedee and Elnora Covert, of Battle Creek; Alexander P. Marzolt, of Reed City, and Mary C. Barnes, of Homer. •The sensational Methodist preacher, 'Sam Small, has dropped from membership by the church at Denver. His accounts ai'w sho'i't, as he i.s ^ mill I. i -. • • To Speculators, I AM MAKING A A telegram was received last evening from Henry Ives stating that his two sons, Glen and Wil.1, were drowned in the river ut Marion, Ind., yesterday afternoon. No particulars given. We have taken the pains to inquire from quite a large number of farmers in this vicinity, and so far as wo can learn the "aphis" or wheat louse docs not appear to be doing any damage to the wheat crop. The insect has made its appearance in a few fields, but is "only noticable on the closest examination. It seems to be the general opinion that no serious harm is to be apprehended froni that source. Prosecuting Attorney Foley has applied to the supreme court for a mandamus to set aside the order of Judge Hooker quashing the mformation in the case of the people vs. Justice Wilson, charged with violation of the insurance law. The mandamus is asked for the purpose of settling Jthe question of the constitutionality of the law, which is held not to be constitutional byJuclgo Hooker, owing to defect in title. The strike of the tnoldersin the school furniture company's foundry at Battle Creek is still on. Martin Fox, of Cincinnati, O,, president of the Iron Molders 1 Union, of North America, was there yesterday and upholds tue strikeis. Circulars were issued asking all niold- erp to keep away from, there. The men are lirm and have the sympathy of all mechanics. Perfect order is maintained and there is no fear of violence of any nature. ' The Lake Shore road preaches a practical temperance lecture iri the-follo\v- ing rule, which has been placed throughout the shops of the company'"No person will be retained in the ser vice of this company who is kuown to frequent saloons or places of low resort, i or who is known to make habitual uso of intoxicating liquors. Every person iu-eharge of employes is'hereby directed to dismiss from the service "any who are guilty, of these piactices, and they will thenraeives be held personally re- sponsible-tor having such men in their employ, for such are certain sooner or later to cause injury to lives and prop erty." As a rule editors get only Kicks, A clippmg.says once in a while he gels a kind word, it warms and cheers his • heart to the innermost. Most people are afraid to compliment an editor when he writes an article that particularly pleases them for fear of making him proud. w^BUpposf, 4 but if they find anything that Sees not; accord precisely with their views they will neglect their business to .hunt him up to Jell him about it. Of coarse you coeld beat the\work yourself ^5fou could doubtless beat the average editor at running a paper. The editorja to willing acknowledge that you can. He only does it because you have not the time, but this .fact does „' not deter yo,u from giving him a word of encouragement. .' Tin.! frontispiece of a recent issue of '•The Horse and Stable", published ut Bostain, eoutuius n beautiful picture of Sultiui S. 10, 331), o'wnod hy V. A.-Lepper. of this city. The appropriation bill for 1801, as adopted by tlic council last evening, calls for the raising of $22,125, which will make the city taxes \}i per cent this year and still leaves a debt of |4,518. Wo nro informed that Mayor Porter has vuU-rd t!ie appropriation bill passed W Iho cimucil last evening. We did TOt learn the reasons given for the veto, but it is no doubfo on account of the ap propriatiou for the new street and bridge in the west end. Further par- ticulara later. GREAT SLAUGHTER INi 1 will clear out my entire stock of Crocifcerv, Glassware, Hanging Lamas AND EVERYTHING IN THE CROCKERY LML I Have the largest Line of • CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE In the city, and will sell at ACTUAL COST FOR SPOT CASE This is a picnic* I want to get out 01 i.. • Crockery Business to make room for another line of goods. RICHARD BUTLER/ "Anything new regarding the bank all'air" is the popular and leading question now days. If thnrc is anything new wo have not been able to tind it out. Bank Examiner Wing is still at work on the books, and according to reports the results are not .at all encouraging to the stockholders , Ttyiu season at Gull lake will open shortly if the present weather keeps on. Last year many improvements were made and already this year many changes have been effected, which add to the beauty apd convenience of the place. The boat house has been raised to a two story building and the up stairs done off into nice pleasant rooms, which have been fitted up with new furniture. The buildings have been painted, the grounds nicely laltt out and many o'.her things done to make the place more attractive. The "La Belle House" is again under the management of George 11. Ferguson, of this city, which is a sufficient guaran- J,ee that it wi.'l be run in first class shape. Any one looking for a pleasant place to spend a few weeks or months during the heated season should try the La Belle place at Gull lake. Strayed Rod and white setter dog. Finder please return to M. B. Powell's drug store and received reward. A-. J. F GAUWOOU. Are You In It? We have reference to house cleaning. // yon hace commenced that semi-annual job, you have no ikubt ascertained that many articles of Furntf . t v need » c~ placing, or the changes you have madff \oiu ;.dmit ol adding some new piece. If So Call at F. B. Snyder's, * and look over his large and elegant stock of Parlot Suits, Bedroom Suits, Fancy Chairs, Dinning Room Chairs, Tables and everything else kepi ir. a first class furniture store. These pleasant even ngs you —- want to try And Get Out and wheel the baby around in one of those lutndsome Cabs, which are so cheap thai one can afford to throw away the old one and get a new one. A lull line o1 Casket and Undertakers Goods. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorta. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Hiss, she clung to Castoria When the bad[Children, ahe gave them Caitom NEW Do not confuse the Eamoua Blush of Rose W;th tUe maur worthless paints, powders creams and bleaehea which are flooiimr thd market, (iet the genuine ef your druggwt, M. B. Po«veil, 75 cents per bottle. A.OQ I guarantee it will remove your pimplea, freoklee, blackheads, moth, tan and aoabvro. and give you a lovely complexion. 1 : I Was a i <M>1. » ; Yea, they paid I wag * fool not to try Sulphur Bitters for Rheumatism, from wbudi I had Buffered for oveY two years; but I bad tried BO many doctors and medicines without getting relief thatf w> discouraged. la now on my fourth -bottle and almost cureu I was a fool that I £idn,'t try that wonderful remedy before.— 0 O Pratt,M4»ncheater, I have leased the old Turner Bakery, forme ^ ly occupied by Doc Snyder and BEFITTED IT ENTIRELY , >v| / , • -' . ^ .' ^ f ..-.- • • • ' *van4 am now prepare'd to furnish the public wi.n, Fresh Bread* Pies, Qakes &e A fine line of Confectionary always on hand. Fruits in season. First Class Lunche J. 0. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,

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