The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on October 15, 1892 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Saturday, October 15, 1892
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. , . . . QMflJQKlCLB. Qj^WBl'tt. M. ftnwjfm Store. nidi. . **»* no Tl . 8C K iNftotetfoS; tnermoiueter for the list 24 hours. ^ BREVITIES. Mrs. E. J. Marshall IS visiting in Chicago. , ' v fr . , ReV. and Mrs, J*M. Getchell returned « yesterday irottt a,' Visit in Lansing, , Rifts, rf. Udell and tforrn'aJ* Udell re turned thto ttfbrnlog from their visit in the east. \ At the M» B. churcWomorrow mom' ing the pastor will preach on "Vine yard Worker*." '* , The, reserved seat board for a Model Husband will op«m at Greene's^djrug store Monday morning. - , ' * There will be a commemoration of Columbus Discovtir£o5"*Stntday even_ in* in Trinity church, thi* city. The churches of the feity'wUl join In union Columbian; service at tl»e Metho dist church tomorrow evempg at seven o'clock, to be wft»ressed< by the varton •, pastors.' ' ' \ > - '. I 'It took the supervisors dearly eleven* njjaujesjo transact the business at this morning* session:tiiHhat august body. Statesntan i« Authority for the tatement that Postmaster Snyder has Pbrirarded to th'epoitmaster general a- petition for free miil delivery in this city, „ 9 v The third'dtstrlet Sunday school com vantion, comprising the 'counties of Hillsdale, Branch^ Calboun and Jack* aon will be held at Union* City^pctoGet >*nd 28. ^_^__ _ • * ^ A dispatch from'Pahon, Ohlo» dated efc-14-.aay« ','Kittle Batatd, in the free*for-all yesterday at the Piqua, broke the world's record on * half mile tracks time, asW Kittle Bayard is A daughter 6f Bayard C8,'4b» sire of Bay*rd Gift, twvned by J~. 8, Cox, of this c.ty. • T,he central boarjl has directed the Wardens and superintendents of the Jiave the * agency for the sale of CLOAKS ina'de firo% these popu* lar oiodsand-re will several penal and reformatory infelitu- tlons of the state to prepare exhibits showing the the workings of their re- ^pective institutions for incorporation tnrilm-Michigan displayrin the Columbian imposition. ____, "ExaUed Thinking, 11 will be_ the thoughVof sWmon for tomorrow njorn- ,!ttg at XftiSO an^race- church, UniYersa- In the evening the pastor and con Y. ,,,_' .^ ... - un i oti service s . , -lgr«'gatiOttWiXio lli f< 1 v the ,. Hick's predicted, warmer- ..w^eather.h.p' u^fa^d jii\the Methodist church/ Irom the^2tjb>tnr<5lh instant,a»d we i^g e tbott gh t assigned Rev. Getche|l 4ruui wiw T^*w» ^r*»* ^**fc»« •—^—— - bavt »t»bm'a<reezffig blast ^iortfiwesVwill iollow tbU period. 191B and 20Ht are active storm ,da}s, lowed by * cold wavjS. The 24tK to 37th storms and frosts autf freeSii^ ,up to ^he , 30th. { . '.,, ; *"' to th«.~ resignation Of A. E. sell them at very low prices to get them introduced here. • • Every garment* warranted S. jf. R. LEPPER. HI- H ' Preston from the candidacy for the- itato^atnate on the democratic ticket,. Which wa\ mdde necessary from bis contemplated removal from the state, democratic * committee, having w^as that of "God or*Providence l» .,_ Discovery of Americas' and In the^colon- ta^years. ," " %* T>e, next 1 atlrac^lon at the *bpera housej»c|. 22nd, v*i}l be^the old time .favorite 1ft it^ew play by C. T. Dazey, entitled,- "A">l$de| Husband." The i power in the premises, «A;V<J.eridoiT»ed, the peoples' ptvrty candldatwc. lor the of• tice, Andrew M. Kane. . :^ f President Weston' of the Michigan VYorld's Fair board has receiv^ii a prop- osltkdn from' .the Wurphy Varnish Com" psiny,'of Chlcftgb, to prepare tUfe entire forestry exhibit fur exhibition,,,either polished, rubbed flat yr vurmsbed, and to keep it in.- or»ier daring*the coutinu- »ncQ of the' fail free of charge. The matt&r is now under advisement. The Michigan Central has arranged ; ao elaborate train for service fpr d)stin- '<jabhed guests to lUe World's Ftiir. It VflU carry through hern to Chicago, Among others.. Governor Buckley« of Co»neolicut', and the famous HArttord fool guards; Governor FloWer, of New York, 'aid staff; Governor Russell, of t' ,* Msjwwhusetti, and- staff; and all the ' eastern delegates to the International League of Press Clubs. The specials w;lU be run principally On next Thurs- d»y, the^Otb- --*.-,•-'-,'lawyers, .:s*j* » writer, stand up in • coUt* houses before juries in the ptes* enoe. of large audipgces and denounc^ mei'sssliars, scpuodrels, perjuredvit s, »nd when court adjourns the : iBen boaad appear to harbojr no 111 will .0Ut let a newspaper .^.r*.,—,-,-, that a man's chwaqter is npt'eWirjalf without olflmwb,JlSd, the editor hffft^ to Confront a tiorsB .pistol •land ailibel suit,oral leas^ntter the greatest of all mortittcations—lose mbacriber. .'•",. ; . . .''/' The engagement Of the eminent comedian, Mr. John Dillon, in his new pla.y "A Wtodel Husband," Oct..J52d,'<wili un doubtedly prove owof the\best bpols- ingsat the opera, boase this season, as V u ip«i(*w»»| **• ^••*^^"^r'j —••-••— — — ^-^ play is in four acts'and is exactly suited to Mr. Dillon's'style^of work, replete With laughable situaliouKajjd ridiculous complications. The supporting company is,an unusually, strong, and haft included in Us ranks such know" people as. Hatiie Fol^y, Anna 7 Qxintti W. '3\ Doroin*. A'rda LecroiXj Vernon Spmera May 3Soble and others, A week a : go fhe children,of, the Methodist cburch held a pleasant reception for the ptfstor and' his -family aii<I IHSJ, evening the grown people- of Hie con gregatton assembled in large 'numbers for a like purpose. At both these gatherings the pound party feature was oh„ and a conservative, estimate 1 1 the number of pounds brought in of ar tides "pleasaitt lathe eye and good for food" liaure* fp tt» 410 Last I know that lam a little far to tine illlst end but as our bity is gprow : Mg we must spread out, we, all cannot do business in tl^e center/but it will pay you if in want oif any .Hardware to give \me a call. I have two carloads of Acofti Cook- pg & Heatiiig 8lM^W*Jf*. from, ver X)n0 Mpto in us0. ;^wil?-^ to call at my Salesroom and inspect my w make a' won occasion WHs informal and joyous aqd Mr. RawUnson received, a warm wel- ome to his second year of servie« with genei pus'and royal people AttornoyGeci ral Ellis , jpod sized •autiieucer i at the opera house ast evettfcgr-j Tbjorc'was nofr«« l °- or " ** of goods. I oflfer in jdated , f' . • , • -• • goods this, week. OHN- WHALEN X te^Steeet <M?b O*VM^Jt*JE%* t ^ »*V* %t -T» «*? »»v^ w^--"F-»H|--- IT turnout of ladies-as greeted Mr. But rowsjwhen he was here, buj there-w«ce folly as many voters present- 'Mr. Ellu disoussedQthe tariff jn -a way 4hat 'njjai*e it plain and easy fpranybody to uudjer stand. He expiaiw^^e bieneftts w hieh th« peoplb derive fron^-'many .of the law^-wbich the- laatj^quawbuck) ie»isla turepaased, and said that tb»t li-gisla- tur ie had passed more go0 'iawsthaa bad been passed by any similar body in this state fer a great many years, He did not sjing 'any mud, but'gays ft (air cording" to bis idea of them. Hit speech is waj£ spoken of. > A well known Marshall physician in company with a friend dropped into the First National bank this morning and vyent into the oaok offioe where tbe president' was engaged at bi« desk. The friend transacted hi& business with Mr. f ornam, had a litUe con.verfation. with Mm and it being about noon Mr. put ofthis coat and went out, leaving the two with another gentlemen who was busy with some papers.' He BOOH and then Mr. Way 4ndaJB- Goi- Is an aelor 'of national repu t»tion a^dsterlipK qualities and be is surrounded this season by an unusually strong wmpanj of plwers, including well known artiste as Anna flattie Foley, .,W. J., Iteming, Arda JL«eQroix. \ernou Somers, P* E« i »v»v »*»* M*»» **».-»»** 8wry W»> "Noble and Ida, May'Blake. 1 haw started for dioner. S, BU (|orfcajn 3 ' LiiiiinjEBi»uWie»n: There savins to 1 was tbe last pf the t*nk m* tq .leave ^ tiSewlliusunderstwdUig on thai »»<l be was preceded by'the friend ^SSSthe; M welectJon i»wregardingUboajrhttb«?byM»i»nwouldaccom copies of lac^ete with t» Mr. Gorham* but ^er going a block oo I wad secretary of state, asked what bad become oltUe tj^ds seem to have tb« | but; neither k»ew wb tfes Stem & Co. of New York will * "tj- Y^.' ".•••• "- • ' . ." . « show tbpr ^itire $m Q£ CLOAKS .here few days. The Style and Fit of ma these Garments is Known as the Notice of date will be giver^ Don't buy uotil you^ee them. f<|. it^AO, 18 of the la,w is lrx)j» co»gr« a W<^»A oj state'* of- retraced tbw steps \ arrived Just w>M04 toishad reading a game of throe call live tbprougWy rjoca'pied bis d tbe w I WNP • ^* - -m | ^- w ^ hear Uw bell fc>r uo^ toot iba* SWIf TO&FJ&Wim ^r *~!T7*- ^ -"•' —^^ tai wOr* ticket of his comrty. You can always tod the best Cigars at Greene's Drug store, Gall and try them. ^s-

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