The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 10, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Saturday, June 10, 1893
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DAILY \ ICt 4893. BREVITIES. f Visitor^ to the world's lair will find the CBRONICLE on, sale aVCred, F, Warren's news and cigar stand in the Michigan baUding. •-, . . v * . Mrs. E. W.' Rankin is in Chicago, Mrs. Ji 0. Pan|rsbn wtent to BH>Me ' ' spend Sun G. A*' Dimoc. of KnlamazoO, was in this cttj today. Blr.. and Mrs. 1 Steve day in KalamRjcoo, • Miss Nettie Brooks is visiting friends •I! E. Grosvenorv an attorney of Mon roe, was in this city Friday. Mra/ O. ft*' Thomps&ii weftt :to Hastings today for a short visit. Dr. and Mrs. Greene returned from their western trip Friday evening. Mrs. Root. Machin, of Battle Creek, is visiting her sist^, Mrs. C. C t Stout. At 2:80 p. ni. next Sunday -tiie Epworth league will conduct a j .feligi6us service at the jail. ? Albion has a Mftcqaboe^ celebration Monday. It is probable that a numbor from thisi city will attend. .One oHhe United: States fish cotuniis 8|0tf cars passed through the city, yes terday en route to the world's fair. It had on board fifteen different; varieties of salt water flsb for exhtMtion in the , government b'ttilding.. ; , >; < - Grace church^ Uniyfersalist," services tomorrow. .Corning 10:80; sermon on "The Gift of a Day." Evening at 7:80 a dibcourceon "The Moral forces, of the WoridV?' Sunday school after morning service. The Episcopal convention of the dio cese »f'Western Michigan closed its session in Muskegon on > (.Thursday after noon. Mr. W. J. Dibble.'of this city, '^as appointed treasurer and Rev. Dr. VanAntwerp as secretary of the standing .committee. •• Tomorrow being the annual Child ten's Day appropriate services w ! ll be held in Presbyterian church at 10:30. Thd service will be in charge of the Sunday school. Tbe subject of the evening sermon will be the Fourth Commandment, with special reference to Sunday closing of the world's lair The Marshall Light Co. has a new team to do their delivering. Mr. Fox has put in four gas stoVes during the past month and has more orders on band- .There is probably more gas used in this city fo| beating and cooking pur poses than in 5 any place of its" sizo in the United States where manufactured gas is usect . .. . , There seem'a to be a diflerenc« of bpin- ion as io wi'at is||}UBSi^u>ti w ' w ~ lake. Some say that at is poison some disease, while oth>rs who seen fi»h killed'will? aynaiuite'sav; tUflt these tiah were killed in 1 bat way p, ond % possible doubt. The 'fislHstire. 'taialy dyipg from sotn-i cause, much to tW regret -of the true fi.slierinen, as LyonlttSe produces the finest fish part of thVgtate. p. m. The ealu taining few; if Ttjw. criminal cases ba<Jt*rdyj Juwes W. of hqupr-law; forgery; .Joseph Cooper Smith, fdulterj ; John Triskoit, Atlaui w- Arnold.-ltUiny Uou>tt fpr moral purposes; Louise Liudsi-y. my, Chmfes Courtrigbt,' disorderly, 3d offe».§e; Albert Jiing, burglary; Frank ' •• ^ &* The attention of sportsmen is called tb the article of the state game and fish Warden printed elsewhere, T'ho Maccabees have an anniversary celebration at .Athens Monday. Col. Smiley speaks there that day. At the Methodist church next Sunday the Morriil Twin brothers, preaching and singing evangelists, will hold services morning and evening. ^ Battle Creek has caused large advertising signs to be placed near tho M. C. depot, where they can be seen by world's fair visitors as they pass through. • Mont Dunham has secured a position with the American Express Co. at the office in this city, and commences Work next Monday. Jnmcs Hughtts takes his place in tho post office. Ralph Gurwoocl, of Albion, has been engaged as principal of the high school for next year. Mr. Obonaucr goes to Ann Arbor to enter the law department of the university. ;Tne central passenger association has decided to reduce the rates to tho worlds fair. Tickets will be sold f OP one faro for the trip, good for four days only and' good only on certain trains. The - attraction at the Opera House- next Wednesday evening wiitWfctncoln J. Curler's great scenic melodrama, "The Fast Mail." It has been/one of •the 'greatest successes known to the stage for years r ; It has a st6ry ; bf thrill ing interest, and theiscamo afiti other mechanical effects are said to be mar .veloiis, -There is a representation of an engine room on a Mississippi steamboat With the furnaces' under the boilers in active^ operation. A very realistic train of card shoots across the stage, and the Niagara Falls scene is one ef the most elaborate and daring things aver under taken in the drama. It is described as a beautiful, vivid and accurate repre or sentation of that stupendous marvel of nature. The falls are shown by moon light, with the roaring and plunging waters, and the mist that rises from the seething current. One of tho most prominent of the play's features is ttge complete freight train of fourteen cars with an illuminated caboose, drawn by a practical locomotive. The play ilself has thrilling situations in abundance. plenty of humor to lighten its lone and give it an agreeable flavor throughout. Seats aiuj now on sale. STRAWBERRIES. - * V , Commencing Saturday ' ' " . . . . . For Daily Sup- plies At JLoWer Prices. » - , o '. " , - • Qunningham's. NESS-. . C O N S T1 RATION _WJi.L It la im ajrreeable Ijixattve for the Bowels ; be iniulo lnto«^FfU for use in one minute. ^Oo. and Jl.tiQ p<*r pncknRo. An Klogant T OICCT POWDER to* thoTcctb and Breath -25o. - KO'MO i Wanted, it girl to da^Keheral house work. Particulars wilj^ be given upon calling •Tuesday, • J un'e*-13,,; bet ween 7 and B.p-m. Apply to " L.:F. PAGE, over-Bradley'st-'tore.' Tho following item, cli| ped from the Ft. Madison (Iowa) Democrat, contftina information well worth r.etnembering: "Mr. John Roth,; of this city, who met with an accident a few days ago, spraining. and brui.4i foe his log and arm quite severely, .was cured by one 50 cejnt bottle of 'dhainberlaui's Pain Balm." This remedy is without an equal for sprains and bruis6s and should have a place in, every household. drugstore. For sale .at Greene's Cortf and wheat grits for little chick, alsa compound food, greatest food dn earth, at G, A. Chesher's mill. 'of Saturday, nnd all next week, all new patterns, .ju'tfj. off .the loom's *at rock <•, bottom prices. •"' ' '" Bargain Store. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. .All persons are tiotiffcd not lodunip any more garbage in the streets!' , : • PtttuftHOWE, Mar.'hal. U«<l««tloM Sale of IM •*.*••."•.•-• Tltnc to To close out ray stock of plftnts, I no^iv offer tho entire lot hi about the cost _6f griow., ing them. 50C pansies nt 25 cents per dozen; 500 Eng. . glinh daisied,»25 ociiia per'dozen; JOO ver> ' bena«v i|jj-cents per do'zeu; 100 geraniums, 75 coiits per dozttn. Tho ftboveare in bud and bloom and ready to produco nn.irpmediate effect in tho gnr; den. lOOnsters, 10 cents per'dozcjj; 100 petu- nins, 10 cents per dozen; 200 phlox 10 cents per dozen; 200 celery, "lb cents per dozen; 100 egg plnntfl, 30-' cents per dozen.; ,100 peppers, 15 cents. . ' ' ;MiecelIa8e:bua .potted plants, a large, : aB- ortnieni inciuding roaea, •fuchsinsj : bego?- nms, etc, 25 per cent off,' ' iQall at Qoo. Colpinan's atora. on State' street orat 69 E. i&reen street. ; CLIFTON B. RAtyLINSQN,;; ^ Tin roolihg and all kinds of tin^wOrk•••"• done promptly by Robert f • •• Noli Co Uclutlvp to r«iwH, The onlinance relative !o .pasturing cows in t^ie street will be strictly en forced. No cattle will be allowed torbe^ 'pastured in any street, whether they are tied or not, and all' cattle found at large in the street, whether tied or otherwise, will to taken enre of. No ex ception will be i«ad«! to this rule for : anyone. • I'ETERHOM'K, City Marshal. W Bailey, viohition Fruiiciseo, »- Cross, forgery,' for sentence; WohhoUa, sed«j(irte», T-her^ jp* rbirty two issues of fact, two' iniparlawcea a.nd PITCHED BATTLE. Serious Trouble on the Cauul at Romeo, IlllnolH. CHICAGO, June 10.—A pitched battle' took, place between strikers arid em- ployes of the contractors on the drainage canal. The fight took place at Jlomeo, Bonie, of ihe strikers coming down from Leincsi and others coming from the north, they being divided'Jnto two mobs. They at once began firing on the C9ntractor8 and their men. Coming from the north they drove off the men on Section 10, The- men^ retired fighting, but they had gone only a short distance when ijhey WStipi, set tijon./by another? division of' the' strikers^TlLe •woikmerf returned 'the fire of 5 the Btriiers and several men were killed. Three of the^Jjeif killed are in Will county, two o|"'them;, in- the'Illinois and Michigan canal, one is lying • on fhe path, and two ojhera are lying in the: .bushes just across the line in Cook county. Four of -those w.ho were wounded'will probabjy. die. James Gordon Uenuejtt Seriously Hurt. P.\Kis, June lO^Jamea Gbrdon Ben- nettj. proprietor of the New York Iter- al^waa daugero«sly injured on Wednesday '. Mr. Bennett fell from a eoach oh which he was ridijig and was severely hurt th^at medical attention . _ks at once required, His condition grew\worse. and, Pr.s. Robin and dewtu performed an operation' -wifh a view ofNelieving bi*tt,. Mr^geuuett's .,.(-''•- • • ' . ' We Want to Show our WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the County. W. T, DRAKE, Druggist, 240 State Street. i'' - •• '" «, • . condition doctors dfcd .. aow? daiigeroujj, and the tliat it'is ^ritfcal. * Battv?}" Coj -June Battery cx>naj Bfljfca §100,000^ liabjlitiE«9 f f money waa the cause. jhigan Central will sell tic^ shall to CWcagoiod return C«p pools and^privy vaults cleaned and die"} nice ted ;in good shape at rea » •» i ' • "*t -f fea , beauUful and i»e inspiring rep .. jScjcs , tul jnwtthat riaw above aad about it. t&i si»«s A Ca j 7 A 'Fuil..Line ol F0r Shimmer Use Just Received, At Shanahan's. ONE FOB SALE! : CAR : LOAD of Cooking-, Heating\ GasoHne and Oil Stoves, CAB LOAD of tir4 < wa,re,,iC/)usis^ing of tea and coSe^ ]>ota,, kettles, mjlk paas^ , wash boilers;*ver^hing in tiuj copper, porcelain, germao steel • ' locks »o4 ioor kiaob^lav^vi.kl deseripl*o4i *1 k^ow I^H^ a.ilttle *. "11 J 1_ * f j. * i.? *- * cannot all do buainesUq -.. , -, «* oaJU*. i £uJi liflte "of tard)|ar> ! of ev«rji cast ^i}idi ^f Jifaio? ^iferoflt? ^$f9 it wpi pa?, yott.ta ipf* i|e,_,- ? \- ' v- s -T^ .-: .; iMfMr:feS"s-f*-*£Sr fei i-SC: * *£*. t «l

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