The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on October 24, 1892 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, October 24, 1892
Page 2
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i ,,« ;?/VVK *o •nl I n It ^called and emBraced the •portunity to purchase at the prices ftuotied will long remember ' ; •'.... '". V - THIS SALE oyer all«others. if you have not called, come : in and get the prices and we will guarantee you can not leave the * . never Before been offer ^d by any tJlothier inMich- igin as we are ncm placing is no bapJkrupt smok of goods, Ibiit are (Heaj$, Piffesxi Goods, Gome to tli& big sto^e wbicli has a large £tock and low^ri£ei |br all, DAILY CHRDSICLE P. O ,.»4 14. JO c*»l» -per ^«*K J. 11. MOSBB, ... RETRACT&O ^ — " i \ ' A JProcpvet for thp SpHllnc of Oor« at LilffBBH<?K, Kan., Oct. 34.—Raoently the ,Lawi^ru»W«aM, edited, by J. t. Brad/, pablisbed some v«7 abusive articles «girding the. charaeter'ot J, W. Patterson, a prominieut attorney^erf-tbia city. Satius day Brady jnecelveit & telephpue message - asking him tp come tp tb? Watkina atonee. He weiit to the bank and was ushered toto the basement were Mr. Patter- am at the point af .a revolver forced him to sign a- retraction of tb« articles under tbreattfof killing him on the spot if he're iused to do so. As soon as he was released Editor Brady issued a circular withdrawin| his refcractJbcai and denouncing PattersoiTas a cowardly cur. There i* gre^t DEPEW'S GREAT oror the matter and many fear that blood- ahedwUl follow:^ : ' . Three HowesleaU Striker* HOMESTEAD, Pa., Ocfc, 34.—Ja.mes Gibson, .Peter Majran, and John Wademah, rtrik- ers, went to the Homestead miU and gained ..eutrance. They began to abuse sojne nonunion uorkera, and wjule quarreling several other workmen catoe~up^who bad been beaten in town, fbpj ^ the three striken* as having been . the crowd of their assailants, and ately went in for revenge. About two jnin- otes later .deputies onStteMunball road beheld the three strikenitetreating, -while atones and pieces of 'slag were whistling •round their heads. They; were badly bjfrten- ' Chicago Socialist* Say Ciiauiu-ey Knptr .Better..' ' £ CHICAGO, Oct.- 84.— 41 the meeting of the socialists yesterday XhOmas H. Morgan took upon himself the task of criticising certain passages of > Chauncey Depew's speech at the* dedication ceremonies.' In one part of the oration jtepew speak* of Socialism not gaining 4 foothold hi America. He also said that ^clalisui finds disciples only among those whp are Xorc^L to' fly from their native lands. Morgan was very severe in bis Criticism. £ltlie-r lgnpr«,ut-<»r Malicfims. i He" claimed that Depew, ftsfooeof- the greatest orators: intheUnitedBtates-, should know better than-Co make such assertions. "He either does not know what socialism is,"" continued Morgan, "or willfully misrepresent* it," „ Morgan's argument wa* •placed before tltegatfifiring in thetormof .a jresqlutiow deuouueing that poHion of Depew's speech, and the resolution, was unHnjmoBsly adopted. • * • Crushed One Man io Ueatb. MARSHALLJ III,, Oct. Si.—E^ist freight Np. 48j northbound bu the .Cairo division Of $lie^ JJig Four road, ran into tie caboose of the gmvejr tnuu, bu the Inuig,na>{cnd Illinois $outhern, ^•pjod at Robinson Friday night and caused a serious wreck. Road- master James,- MeLsugb}iHf who was riding on the 'engine, was crushed to death. "William Carver brakeman- on the gravel train,' was also, seriously hurt'. Rooms to rent over John Butler's, I The largest stock the lowest prices HYDE'S Drugstore , CHEAPER CAS FOR TO CONSUMEIIS OF tion iu prices&f Gas for UGMTtNG wherever <3raa is used ALSO fof COOKING or HEATIN&.to take effect.,on.and after - . " ° : , • , . 1st 1892. •- Sr. Louis, Get ^wagons pasned along Washington »r«nue fri4ay morning It was strung out for two M^pkiti 'They WWBB "niovejcs 1 ' taipk^rom ^y?""?? An inscriptijpa «»y«r «(tbeflrst w»gon read, Tnwt; to bore tbia me cuiu% to Castoda. y^t^MTff, ^ajjtffrifti Months in •^ . . • "*> • , wflSaerfutiaedieine that I have e»er.met with is Chamberlain's Golic, Cholera and Piarrhoea Remedy. In cases of colic it gives speedy relief,' On hunting trip» ( Il«.yefoandit i»dispgusable,<, Fufc »o ^alkali water it imparta a plcauaut taste uiid prevents the painf ul diarrhoea which ^cali water produces. • I could not feel safe without it m toy house.' Jl 7, Smith, Fort A,ber- cromba*, N, ]>, For sale at, .Greene's drug store. ." «' -', we .00 per ?qr ail.Oaa cpuaamod where »• GAS RANGE i« used. for»U,ga!j couamned where COOKING Pf H,f onaumi-lion w nojJLst-i llw\JMQ eubi0 ( Ieet. ig^tdjed for £iIOH7^9€^|QlNLl' reo._, ,_.,.____ v _ ., —.,.. ... _. than 10PO 'cubic ft. io one jnqnth, *2 b(J per i00i3[>jiltte fit cubic ft. aad.1e«&4i}i»u 10,600 eubjb ft l-«iont1i $i »0 p«r lOOj^ .10,000 pKXayer^iftQuU 1 H'^O P er i®QQ cubb ft t , (cubic ft, AlltUsabov^rates v^agbject to 4 diaooutit of 10£ta per l6bO cabig ft '^rhtta.tbe, iti^atUtt iill is.paid iti or bafOra't&e.JQth-pf the rawtb ned f^to^ing- " " ' Ths ftbavi specia]. ratsa ar.e made to induce conn'mnara to .uso ^as fo.c co<jUiu * %ud; kB well as Jigbtinx . " . ' - ' * . OooHag Over Every in Cheaper Stove Cheapev Fuel, 175 GAS STOVES now in use in MARSHALL. SPECIAL REDUCTIOM IN SAS 4 diBooui' t of 16 per cent wild b$ made from^ oguUr prioes on &U biD|»^«S 6 *JS ?«<•»"» or inside piphig oidered and coaipletea f rbna Sept. 1st 1892, to April 1st The Go. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, "OJBlee pv&c^i4A SeJJy'ilJIillsBWF jfo*f6- *Oj^eSM^M»8lJy'l -ttJ»£Sq^AjW •Uafiaipa&i «$J|B9{W«4 (*»• Niti itfJUiiffi i amjra ••>y&&ff*n ,, : ': ~J -"^^V--'^'* '|l'it?4^ batn and,one j»le»agfcnt locatiou

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