The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on October 18, 1892 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, October 18, 1892
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TflB DAILY CHEOMltit^ OCTOBER IS, Don't Make a Mistake in the Date! if ' ! tiss Fall flilliiiM*> „ * . * ^^^P^ ^ .Jl will take place . X- • . <* _ I i t »,»* » ! \ . . • •" • \.' , .••. She; will show a »i * /' ' PATTERN HATS gird BONNETTS l\<tr anil I- V TIE S OF Dally, oiie yeii'r P»O ,.*;•* jtMl. ^OaEd, Publ)?DJr • ^ Mar 4* al> Mlcb, t Stevenson In Alabama. •_ • :'' Ala ,.0et. B.— HOEU Adlal £, Stevenson Aiu$ party arrived in Opejikv at 9:30 yesterday morning. The city wag gajly decorated in honor of, Us visit, And .there has opt bepn in Opelikaln many years such A concourse of people as greeted the Illinois statesman. The crowd was va^ sioasly fcstimateVat f*oin 4,pOO to 6,000 people. After speaking he, held an informal reception and' then {eft {or this city, where h«r~arriye4" at fifcOp^ro. (Here h* (Spoke briefly, and left for Birmingham, where- he armed at midnight. ' * , . the Tiwu Crhusou. HuvriSGTOJf, \Y\ Va., d)ct. 18.—Last night was a night I6hm^t be-renjemberep!^- Huntington. Thrw poiiticaT meetings were held. . (3Qve.rnor McKtoley addressed an Audience of several thousand at $hfe< ! wl warn. Representative -loslah Pftttefso _. of Tennessee, spoke to a large crowd at the Opera house and the Prohibitionists held bat at the court house. Torchlight -pra- cessions, red fireworks and cannon made things livelier tlian ever known by ihl oldest inhabitant- ••- •' anjoounce iniKew - XEW YottK, Oct. 18.^-It • yesterday at Republican Ex-Speaker, Iteed had telegraphed hi* will ingneSs to speak on,Oct. % and 24 in New York. Chairman, qf. Speakers Hahn as- l Mm to Albany on dct. 88 and Syr$ 18.— »&. Mageft ican factions am Co«Uy KUwc at Chicago. ^ CWCAGO. Oct. 18.— Thcee mllllcai ' soft pine lumber belpnging to II. Paepcke &. Cft were, (JeBtrpytti by fire last ioight along with the company's box factory aiu nl&ni&2 mill jjje iotal loss ftp *»0 J QQQ t The. nee origiaatwl in the office of tb.0 planing mill, unmediately above the fcngine jcoom. aud was discovered at 11:80 o'clock by tbeTSrn boss, John Arndt, who with his family live in the.building. Jlf l^sw sodLnaiies before $h» aiarajit was given A.nQidt hald been through ths building " Stole Six Golden ChaUc«». Ct. r Qct. )«.—The Roman 'ftthpUc'church ia tbis place was fobbed early yesterday, and, six golden „ chalices takep by'the thieves, Other valuable jroperty from the altars 4s, also missing, chajjceii ajone were value.d at ovev S.OOO/The^Ucirare working on the case, no clew to the burglars. * Up "Change in Mrs. HarrUon. suisGTfHvV pet. 1&—Jifo change was ifoted in Mi-h! Harrison's' condition hist night. She passed a comfortable day and — -resting easily: v ,/ "' • . ta»t C»It. , ' at my place for Ple»ie eaJl and get tnep»' thi? «eek or they will behold. , * ? fLABSIKSELl^AN. , , ladiea o"f , ^ ^, church,will bold a sdcial on Wednesday at the Arbeitev hall. Madison street, for the benefit of their congregation. All members of the church and the .public ejsiierally are respectfully invited, to auend. Admission, 10 cehts. ^15. ce'ntst Door will be £>p n en Iront^and aftiar fiye o'clock p, in. fvr f per and eBtertkiameiit. Capt. W. A. 'Abbott, ,^ho has long been with Messrs. Percival and Hatton, Real E»ate a»d Inauranoe Brokera, Des Mo ipes, o\ya, and is one of the best kaqwn and most respected business man in that city*. says: "lean testify to the good qualities of Chamberlain &- Cough Bamedy. Having' used it in my f aAily fur the past eight yeans I oan safely say it has no equal for either colds or croup"." 29 and 60 -cent bottles for sale at Greene's drug store. • ' Children Cry for Pitcher's Children Dry for Pitchec . MRS. AULtM'S PARItlAN Face T7»OR JiEFT—Honse, barn and onS JP ground. Very ple4»ailt> locat»onT~ douse on flbrth «l'de'o( Exchange square. . always the best Gigars at . Greene's Drug store; 1 Gall and try them. Eagl Opera House e ,W.H f ROWLAND, Manager , p, , i* One 5igUt o Oomedy SATURDAY, - OOf, - 22. "»ay»\ Bwby' 1 P.»rt No good thing should be outlawed because ,here aoij ttoro a graceless person treat si it baqejy. It is just as necesaary to aduiinwi^er invigorants to the aged and ^aeble as it is to strengthen s dwelling that is beginning .to decay. Not only may life be greatly prolonged by artificial support, but the deciin- 'ing yeftra of those near, and dear to ua be rendefed more comfortable, and age relieved yf many of its usual paws and penal- ^fe»4M^ judicious uaie of "Boyal ^uby" Port Wineje>«* bottle is guaranteed by the w- dereigrfed to-be^ absolutely pure and over nve jean» old aS^bo^Uipg or money paid for it wil} he refiwwb^uart battles *!} pints, (» cents; never sol^ inbuik. §pe,tUat get "EoyalEuby."~^or-8am}LJil. B, Bottled by Royal Wine Co. t itt FACH MASSAGE CREAM, CUCUMBER CUBAli. Bjnr . CUBK.^9 Wo«»P««» A»W»». F«3*Ubr»llp««Ua. ; HATE you CHILDREN EDU T CA^E FOH---U8I It to. s^»(i them td tfr» S A tjiorpugli, reliable f »nd progresilvelnstltutloa, Hundreds of young men r «»d .womea ree*ir«i their »tartiu U£e at the ' K . B. C, To' funnerf boys and g'lrla this couree of l)racfig»l uittru* tliin cannot pe over-estimated. ~ ' ^e shall be pleased to have you o»U .A! ta* Coaeige *nd talk qver tbe matter, or uldreu for catalogue ^BUG'S BUSINESS COU-EQK, '• A laugh producer i-licddiiag new light upon ( i ' .that interesting problem ' MAEBIAGE A FAILUEE? A: Se.w.Comedy by C?, T, Admission, 50 Cents * Reserved s»at» now tin §ale at Greene's store. M OBTAEFOK 8ALE-In the re*r of Mill's harooB* shop. AH work done to — * • fcwwa orders at aso. ALEY, ~ v -~,~. n. to canTaaa "Haody - -.,,, — -a-—<*l Pocket CJoinpafllqB." ^UB rapldly_ For territory and parttcuUw »adra«» inl'anltniv firtmna-nw ^fi tthalKu atw^at 1 W Detcolt, ^-A djreUing -ftau 4 BaquUe of J, J. Faney a iu- " Btttme &ote J. H JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Offlioa otar. Mlw K?Uy'feMUl«QWi SkfC* ' MOM-H COMMIB8ION. • Wa«te*- Qood, livft.- huatbBg ageat Im •»er/ town and county In the Untt»OBtat*s to *ell «r pure tea», coff«e», apicet'and baking- nowaew- Bead 8 cent etamp tor prfce UK aud paruo«U»- TBA OOJilPANy. JPetfolt.>ti«». H, A. TULO JSQH JUSTICE OF THE PEAC5E ANfi All business a,ttended {9 promptly ----- aAdcarelully. Haa a safe to keep jud« Stamped Goods |4| ue^ 5^'ZOc. Ewwiftflti »i«fili»w» 5 cents per |» »s»»«at» of Drew «oo

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