The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on October 17, 1892 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, October 17, 1892
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Local mete6rologio«atep6ntftkeitt by «r*ftn« today « Greene'*, drag / store.,., TIM*. JUBOtttTltft. .*«•> **«*• 29.150 29090, hMt, TOWes..- - iftglBtering taermumeter for the last 64 jaorcrs. / | V BREVITIES. , > E. &. Sanderson y?ent Jo Uetrait today. Frank Pluraley, of Vermont, speaks A ^ *•***• •• *M(M*Wtf ) •»•• - • •— - --- -- I • for ther'epnblicafla~aTt>6~6perSTfous? There will bT~a'meeting of Lafayette chapter tomorrow night. Wot' Hazel, the eight-year-bid daughter of Vfr. and Mrs. Geo, Hoetzel died Sunday night. and Mrs. (j, lite/Schneider, of Won, and Mr. Vlf. IS, Beespn. • of Grand ttapids, spent Sjmddfr at Chas. Camp b,ell's. Ret. Mr. Kaakin t '<»Hlte Presbyterian church, yil be te'nilered^a reception at the residence of E. Gr-BreJter's Tuesday evettipg. Livingston, part of, Jthe city, died, Tuesday evening.* E, V. Miigus, 9! Detrojt, thU cito yesterday' a»d today to Homer this afternoon . _ * Judge Ailen'B. Morsel He tHs candidate for governor, this city JKedriesday af emocrat ll speak in, oon, Nov. 3- Mrs. TfaO« N. Wright and Mrs. tff$ Page went to Roaicjn Mich., this morn ing, called, the're m the death of Mrs. Olwrd Norloh. " v-Oa"thft"Hra« of NovembW the Michigan Central will assume control of all tbe eating bouses on their road. W. H • L!ndleZ«Ij>er&tetiLdent Of the dining cars/will'take charge.' „ , _ /Jftere 1 will 1 b'e a-meeting of the Bl : toorideof tiold Club this, evening at , The funeral Was held at two o'clock this • afternoon. Marriage licenses ' is Oct. s 17: Clarence ». Qr,egg, of BatUngtan and Ceha M« W^tkroa, of Athens? Edward E. Pollock, 6f Cereseo, aiid Laella Ffce- lupd, of Leslie; Artnur E. Leach and CtaraJ«f, Chambertaiti, both of Homer Columbus services were field ,last evening at Trinity, St. Mary's and the Methodist churches. Appropriate, ad were made by Revs. Getchell F-tjnd Rawllnwn at the Methonist, Kev. Dr, Van Antwerp at Urinity-.and .Rlv. Dr. Relley'at St Mary's. r -'_ • Invitations have been received in tjhja qlty r to ,the 'wedding' of Charles" Me Quewan, of Grapd .Rapids, and Miss Harriet 'Miner, whidh takes 'place at „ tics to complete- the organization of the *Barne and'also to organize ft Hearth and Altar Club/ ,• :, I ' ./ „;. • business of the" state, 'ftrir^Bpctoty, held a meeting at Lansing •eaalved to pay 30- per cent of the p"r6n)il^ntf at once, anil the remainder an spdn aa tb^e deticieacy As arranged, The committee was unanimously in' favpr of holding-a fair next We Tisevejihe • agency for, the, sale ^f CLOAKS made from' these pop^ lar goods, and we wm sell th,em at :very low prices, to get 'them introduced here. J t r garment warranted $. V. R. LEPPER. OgdenTDt . ,. noon. ''Mr, and Mrs. McQuewan will fce at honafe aftej Nor* i5th at the New Livingston, Oraad Rapids The Itfdibs"of 'the" German Lutheran church, will hold a social on Wednes^fey Oct. 19, at thS Arbeiter hall. Madisofc street, for the benefit, of their congregation. / Ail members of the church and. t'b'e pubU<Njjjjuerally are respectful ly| (§• Th«"old resident" bow bobs up'se- senely and changes his -quid froni one ilde.of his iob^less ;jiiw to ffi^ other, •* itfyile lia reactica down jn his jt*&ns;for fail Billy B«t5ow knifeHo whittle a spare rib skewer.': to reniark that '-this 'ere weather reminds w« of the fall of'49' ' and the crowd naturally fell bacu\e'let the old wan run down of the theiija;, as all old bores are generally woundup tight oh weather subjects. • The chief « m?cf«t sarvicu »livi»- ion, treasury departme'ntv anndunees .that A new counierMt |5 stiver certiti- onte Was put in circulation in Chicago, Qjt. U. It has* the .qiew back aiVd is of the series,-18J»l; check letter,-C; Il9ser orans, register; Ncbeker, u-easiirer. It' i$ a dangerous counterfeit. - The paper U fa»r atod is in imitation of tbe ne'w^dis- tmctive.distributed fibre paper traed by the government, th,e.fibre being imitated to blue and pink lak by the use of a pen, ' - ( , How would it do for tbe supervisors to pattern after, tbe'Montcalrn county Board in regard to the* tramp business. A preas dispatch from Stanton'-says,; 4 to attend. Admission < 10 cents. Supper, 15 cents. Door will be open from and after five o'clock p. ui. fct siipper-and enl^rtat^meniv '_ ,, -.'•• -.,' . llonnl o'f Supt^imrft'r!', _ ' -, 1 . • 'SATURDAY •••:• IJo.a:rd met at'10,ft- m . , ' The report of the cOnunUtf.u (in cl.a,!t&9 was read and ?w.d on the table. The eeijimiUee to sett he witlullis sup"- ermtendent of the poor, reported that they, had carefully examined all bills and orders drawn, compared thew>wi1li the stubifin order b,ook and ledger an.] carefully foat,ed the same and find to agree aud be cprreot» • . ' 'Mr. Henryy Ihe/chajifman, s.Uigti' thsi the bills for juedtc&t atleudance \v^fj wer<5 very large, bmHhat it did ILQI seenied^ to be Within the power of the Auperintendauu' to curtail dha .same-, u*port was 'accepted and adopted.- sp>>cial camming appointed to f kpow that I OBT au little far. to the East end^utas okr city is grow'-''-,' '''" ' * >^ * ing we iuust spread 6ut^w0 all I _ ,f • -r—- ^- •* *- — nbt it will pay you if in wan ay Hardware to give me a oallX^K have tw^o carloads of Acorn Cool ' > •» "* » „_. ,..,.„. ..^^ & Heating Stpve^tq pick Itom. Qrte Bjillioii of tbesie ^stoves in use/ Every bqdy is invited to call at my • feale»roo6i and inspect my^ new jine df goods, talso make a wonderful offer in plated ' .v - ' '• • ' - " ' ' ' • -~ j ' goods this weeKi %"^ ."-s_»!-T-™-M.-—, i , ^—1- -T ~r~ ~-t M .— i., .. 4ivide the county into legislative tricta; "reported ?u favor of a rp,conlirm- ation of the districts a< divided by I he ' boatd of Albion, JOHH WH4Ll$f East Stat$ Street. BI^OCE:/ \ >_•' > Clarence. Clarendon, Couvis, The board of supervisors has just closed it» October session wl baa stirred things up iu a, lively ^manner. L»§t winter ib« tramps brought ta the cpiyj- ty jail fsow Sliwldan ap4 yicioity were so grejit in number that (tie taxpayers and citizens generally .entered * vigor• Ous protest. When;the bills 1 were "presented to tbe supervisors fiiey separated everything pertaining to the tramp bus- j inets, and, by * vote of eleven to ni»e i I . absolutely, refused to pay any tramp "^iiis. .This deprives the sheriff otabout $800 and constables' and justicefa of about 1400. * Sheriff Porter has-em ployed afc- attorney and will take bis case to the supreme court ftt bnce.~ Thp Battle Creek Journal of Saturday contained brief sketches aad alleged portrait) of (be republican candidates for county offices. The cut tit Mr. Walkiushaw looks aomethiag like David but flauthtalio be taken lor Corbetf;, the priae figWer, or Goy._ McKioley. Jttdge-ingersoJJi looks as if ,Ws ,wa« taken under protest. He appears frigfat- eded at something. TU^ picture of Mr. Sir. Kelsey look „...^,_ (ir , . Marttogo, shall, Sberitluu and Tekonsha and tbe cities of Albion and, Maj-ahall | » population df 21,401-.,. ^"' ', Swppd districtT-T-Towjiships .of At% ens, jBattle CjitRek, Bedford, BAiriingion, Emmett, Lferoy, Jfewton and Peopfield and the city of Buttle Creek wilh'a pQPv ulatioD of 23,040, " fc The report was accepted and adopted'. MONDAY. Boa/d met at two P-ui., '• * The report of the committee oa claims was read and laid upon the table. Tbe committee was grunted leave to correct COME LET US, SHOW YOU OUE LIJJE OF CHILDREN'S SUITS BOY'S, YOUTH'S & Of NT'S,, ' Receiving pur Immenia Line of- We The report of same was . the ongfniO«, but are a»ytblng b»t the Wye 9Ut before tbiygot to Mr.'Clftrk, ^f ca4»di|l»t« for proseouting lattoraey and they rua u>» "before taking! — " EQedioiae out.' The ,«pc«»^» court Q»itte4 bill of Mir. B.&IQO, committee laul_au adopted. <j J, R. Ferguson reeornmjjnded Aaron Kocber as aluitubje person to look after tbe burial of deceased .soldiers in he thud ward of Mawhall city and MT. Locher was therefore appointed- Mr. Wood presented the petitions of Jay CKTen and 68 otbers, Earl G. Waling and 88$ others, D. C. fteaaoner and 80others, *i.S. Sheeld and 374 others, that tbe per diem of the deputy game warden be fixed at 35 cents per day. ^ Tbe petitions were laid on the table. Adjouwed until Tuesday at iO»- «* With Three Clothing jSJauu factories io. Rochester and recently qloaed the 1 w i " aVe late in receiving these because we did not ,Uuy tkera " "" Vj __ United , deredan opinion, today eusiaiplng the "" s electWe l^w. The ccaift"—- otti iu its (ieciaipo. Tfcia have tue alfcct ol dividing I °« electorai 8l*te Ijetweeii •- " i_ ' -11 of Agent in June anil July; But v we got tbe m at prices that will, save • raouey for our ijatrpos tiiis fall. • ( - „'. - \ "jgur Hue of Merchant THUorin^ surplus puwipased in. New low ready and merits inspection, Our Style, Fit, and finish are often sopied but never .exxjelled, • . • . ' • ?- '* T.8HANAHAN, * The Lea4nig Clothier _ # r*

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