The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on October 17, 1892 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, October 17, 1892
Page 2
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Opening FBI, will take plaee *""** *~ * , * J««B«*iMM>BritaW«*^jfc^^***** B %*** B * l * l * B '** -IIB ** B * -B ^ BII '' llB * B-l ^^ ( ! She will sliow a number of very lianctsome "TERN fiATS and BONNE 1 , DAILY TtCftUS OF Daily , palty, 1 "*» ** •'** J 5 »,« .««••»> P<| *»«*•* . M. Mar »j Political Vot*** *• Lawrence P, Boyle, attdrne^fpr'the Cook county (fU.> election oennmissjon, ha* decided that women in that state may vote foruniversity trustees at the coming elect tiett • ' - ' • J Secretary Foster, of the treasury, spoke to 5,000 Republicans at >Jilfor«T*Pi^., Sat urday. ' •*- - "rVTi C. P.' Breckiurulge, Of lxentucky,.ad" dref» audience Saturday of 5,000 Pern' pcrats at Staunjtflil^ Va,, Ex-Governor Campbell, ef Ohio, made a Democratic speech afc Rpchesjter 1 , N.Tf,, SaV . ; day, about 4,000 being present: - V 'Cb&uncey Mv Depew Satutday addressed the Republicau&pf Sewpbrt, R. L. '•''.'"' " There is talk in Louisiana of fusion* between the Repidilicana and Populists> » ,, £., E. Stevenson spoke to a gathering of Democrats^at Cairo, Ills., Saturday. He ' ttjen^started for 'Alabama* reaching Birm- iughapi lasjt night. ' POW"DERI,Y J S^ UNION AT WORK. to Take a. Hand lu ULuiiief •tead Aflairi*. ___ Oct. 17,—The Knights of Labor have'determined to insist upon what they say must be an impartial teat of- \he armor plate uow being made for the United States goveranieat by the Carnegie Steel company at Homestead. The local assemblies of Pittsb.urg, Chicago aud New York have taken up t)>e figli^ aud propose to demand, if necessary, the i*uioval on' the ground of alleged iucoumeteucy ol the two government inspectors who have passed upon the plates turned out «ince the introduction of uoju-muou workmen in the great steel plant. They eay that the steel is very inferior aud not up to standard and con- the muautime The Local News; . ^ W u.»»ead paper, imatef 4 tienaation by coming out witJi a Jeugthy editorial declar- iug that the Btrikers liave loKt. The article was Bubmitted to beveraJ^>ryuiinent loclred- men, and was admitted correct, before to a depth-of two feet. It is a cattle edun- tr> and »o loss of stocky is reported, ^h6 track of the Texas and Mexican National railroad was'covered by a !*ea of water for a distance of ten miles. The rain for^. many mil& around was the heaviest ever known in thai section. ~ - . . " ... ' i . ;—^ ; . . ' ;, Baltimore B«l^ln» CeleUr^ting Again. * • BALTIMOHK, Oct» 17.—Coli^jftbijs week in Baltimore began with' special, services in "the Roman Catholic churches, wherein the the praises of thVOeuoese navigator were sung py *b fl choir, annouinced frqm pulpit and proclaimed in cantata- The religious aspect of the discovery of America was discoursed from many pulpits aud Colujtnl--* .^neinorializted as one .of -the «>hief agenci in spreading Roman Catholicism^pvep- 'the new world. • • ' - \:L It's neht if it came Irom Merrill's. ren Cry for Pi Capt. W. A. Abbott, who has long been with Messrs. Pereival and Hatton, Heal Es- ite aad ; Insurance Prokeri, D«S Mo mes, owa, and" is one of the bwt- kupwn and nost respected buiines* men in f that city, says: >'I can testify to the good ftulUjties ic»f Chambejlain r s Cough Remedy, Waftng used-it in my family for the patt eight years [ can .safely aay it wual f6r either colds or crqup,' f 2o and 50 cent bottles for sale at Greene's drug store. Children Cry for.Pifcherfs . MI»I be Hold,« 54 . - J.P.MQRRlbON A model a jseuaatioo ampn« fa|t»ona ble circles Becentiy was caused by the* bo- haylor of a we.)l kqown gentleman while l^is^ife w«,s awj$ on a visit to a mountain resort Benjamin , the gentleman - iu question, is a si aid, bu&Wss man on Wall street bj^ a'happy faaily.aPd has always betn considered a moael husband. But ap pearanoes are,, oftea deceiving and' "things are\seidpm, wfeat, r they seem." While at the depot just, after fleeing his pife safely off for the mountains, thia exenipla,iy husband cQnimenc p d a fiir tatioa with a charming young widow that neatly wrenk.ed the .haRpiness of several lives." Th« 'Story cae. be better, seen man told at the opera nouae Got, 33d, " • » " You can always find tfce best'Cigars at. Greene's Drug store/ Sail and try them. Of JI W. Bueli. MRS. AtLtN'«>AM*UN EiHUNB._ FACBMASSAMCREA.M B MASSACB.CREAM. COCUMBKl CREAM, lopinjr the Uut. Rulon.. HAVE you CjnLDREN EDUCATE - USEFULNESS? — \t f o, »end them to th» ' A thorough^ reliable;' and progresilxe ijwtltutloa. Hundrecli of yoang men -and .women rec«i»«d theiit start in Ute M tte K. B. "C. To farmer* boya ftojl glrl'^ thU coiv*^ ?f gwc&crt wititua tlon'0»ncot be over-eatimated. We ahall be pleased to have you call al U«. QpUege »nd talk over tne matter, or •ddlesj. tor catalogue 1 KRUG'8 ^USINSS^ COLLEaj!. •.-'-•'. -'•'••'•> <. •'" Battlo Creek, Mioh tag! Opera House W.H.ROWLAND, Manager One IS ight o Oemedy SATURDAY,- OCT. • 22 JU8TICI QF THE^PEAOt \««». . No good thing should be outlawed because here and there a graceless person treats it basely. It is just as necessary to administer nts to the aged aud feeble is. to strengthen a dwelling that in bogiunjog to decay. Not only may life be gritty -pro longed by artificial support; but tho deoUn- ing years of thojje near a»d 4«|r ( .l» «»*» renclered more comfortable,' auu\\gts relieved of many of it* uaual pam» uu'd penu,}- tiee b8 a judicious use of "Boyal K\»b»" Port Wine; each, bottle is guaranteed by thi> u»- deMigned to be absolutely pure and, over five years old at bottling or mouey paid for it \will be refuiaded. Quart bqj&es $1; 00 oenta; never sold in bulk. Seiethat ' The Eminent Comedian JOHN BILLION A laugh producer shedding new light upon . that^interesting problem A FAILUBE? Qffliee p»er MUs EeUy'»; d£ 1AA MONTja COJtMiaSJON. ,- flP.JUU Good, live, tttrtbM *ge»t i» awry towa and county in the United ^t*t«« to aell •»* •e teagj .poffeea, »floe» and baking jpwaera. ' " cant stamp for price list and paro . . Aifg&ICAN TEA OUltPA W J<USTl(3e OF THE PIEAOB, ANP . ' CONVEYANCER. 411 business* attended to promptly and caretully. Haa a sale to keopjudg »e»t docket »nd other TalttftWe papers in. •» Tex., Oct J7,— News occurred Saturday in mueces ooanty OB the S:i*g ranch. V A »*w.Comedy by C. V, A4B»iftsioi), , 50 Cents y »ts now on aale at Greene 1 * drug ' ' Always tile OHEAPE8T i

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