The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on October 27, 1892 · Page 2
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TUKDA1LV **.ii, OCTOBER 2ViS92: \/ •It is beyond our, expe'cta- tions and the many who have called and embraced the pp : portunity to purchase at the prices quqte.d will long* remember THIS over all others, if you fcave ;*iot called, come in and;get the prices and we will guarantee you can not leave the. 000II- ; -.' The People's ,*- • , ^ •• . • j . • ' ' '" ' Have never before been offered by any Clothier in igan a^ ^ofoi^ to ber 1Ms i$ IK> bankrupt Mock of old gQod&t %tttf $re Clean, Fresh Goods, iOope to l&e big siorel^hitoh has a . ' large stock and low prices fbr all. • , . . . _ . till- Mall y,' one year inrougli t»,O ..** 75 afl. ' ,,', Cominqn Council. Th council Morfday, Oct..:J4, 18'JcJ, May u or Dobbins presiding.' Roll called' • "-Absent: Aids. Brewer and -David. . Minutes 6f last meeting.read- and »p \Vi'n. Bayers, woa'a>$3,50;' Mark Fisher, work irte'ngine house, $4.30; -Win, Htint, wood, §5.25;.Frank Vary i work in engine louse, $13.50;»j, L. Bean, posting regis- .ration.riot-ices, $2.00; R. R. .Fisher, w,ork n engine house, $7.50; .Fas. M. Moses, printing, $15.00;. Geo. H. White, supplies for cemetery, $5.5$; A. O. • Hyde, paints etc., for use on building and wind-mill at cemetery. $8.24; Marshall'* time roll, $29.25: R. R. Fisher, regulating cemetery records, £23.50, . , » 'The following 1 we're allowed for electric light-plant: ' " Cbas. Wagner, blackstnithine, $17,00; Hamilton & Day. lumber. $207.1-$; Ai- WrSpt.'-fi'Shinee board Tor John SmUtfs, Finance-committee, Aid. Hyde chairman i reported favorably on the bills o M. S. O'JJLeefe and Richard Butler anc on motion Hie report was adopted and bills allowed. Street and .ordinance "fbr further time to 'report on se.wer in "front of Jas. CQurt's- -Kfestg J By Aid. Dean: 'Resolved, That• insn$bal be ._„„,, to remove tne poplar trew m .front of prpperW owned by Ru^ell Miller on «6utb side of ^4a.n.sion'sjtreet. Adopted. By Aid. Hydet •« ''",'" 3f 'Absolved, Tbat*be recorder be hereby instructed to draw orders for one hall .year.salajcyToTfcn 6 rnay«tr,-alde,rmen and city attorney. Adopted. . By Aid. Phelps; , - • . lle$olve& Tijiat aaarahal be instructed to< trim ahade trees «uiSoient to the • BtriDKiPK of electric light-wires, the eosSt - of eamE to be cbarged, to th* Brush Co. Adopted, , t^' ' , By Aid. Hyde: . Beaolved, That Mr. Munday be mid fur for west end fouat*tn the ^^ —-^ A. Hunter, $11.07; G, A. Brlegel, balance, of contractor mason work, |i50.00; Time roll of plant, $80.24. •; Adjourned for one week.^ The largest stpck the lowest .prices HYDE'S Drugstore R, Recorder: CHEAPEB CAS FOR LIGHT, TO CONSUMEBS OF GAS FOB]FUBL. \ The Gas'Company anouncps ,thejfollowmg rddiic- tio» in prices of Gas for LIGHTING wherever Ga§ is used ALSO for.OOQKING or HEATING to takf effect on ami Can openers,. & oe'n|s at Merr^ii 1 ^-. -'" . 7 pin liat racks, 1& cem^at Merrill s. great 40 C'anleT. v SEPTEMBER 1st 1892, G4S .60 per 1000 cubio Ft e" qatry a full line of & 'Co-"s and & Son's fine shoe's. . • • GKA.CB BROS ' The Origiijal . '"' Sini -AT TBE- . 3. 86, as per agreement. Adopted. following polling places were choa- ' l «n for thfi c0itniftg election on the Stti of November, 18S2: ••First ward— Beais and Majui'8 shop. d war4— vacant store owned by d r w^.rd— vacant store 'formerly oeeopied by J, f Mc,H»Kh. yoart ward-Arbelter ^,1). Toe rules were suspended and the fol- ing bUls »Howed: < , glass for »tr,eet lamp* iid ne house, fl5.«8; E. ». .Brown Second Season in America, after a our <pf Six Years around the war/4*~ EyerywJaere, ia the old w.orld an4 the new their paifaetic'and touching slave songs of th« south baye been heard with _ ..,. „ . ^vUw'pCOOKtNGc oootmnption in uot loiis tlmji lOOO.onbio feet' B at* tog nia uned for LIOHTIKG ONLY ramaui uuohaiigoJ and>fO-M follow*: >" "•' - - kes&'tJmH-^OOUXsubio ft. in one month, $3 OU per 10.00joubie ft. " 500,0'.cubi^ ft. and less, than 1^.000 (ruble ft 1 month fl, W per . lOjOOO/.-of over, I inotith $1 bO"j?f.r 100fl cubic ft, v ' *^ ", ' ' (oml All the above rates Md sul'joct Ua diacouat of 10 ctu par 1000 eobia ft bill ia p»id ia or bafora 'the l&tb pf the mouth iiejt following. Ths »boVjS ipeciftl rates are _mitle t •> iudtice conaiimam- to uisa ga> for cooki*; %ai h*Mti«|;- > wiell\M lighting. . ^ '. • ' \, ' • * Prooves The APT^NTAQE of (Jas For , Cooking Over Kvery Other FtM, Cheaper Stoye C?hea|»er Fuel," •"..*.• • •.;- -v " - , (Safety, Cleaiilmei&MS, ' / '- '•.. •• - i^uiekue^H, Convenienee. fl^Over 175 GAS STOVES now in use in MARSHALL. jp» SPEC!At. BEDUCTION IN 6AS FIXTURES. A dieoou 't of 10 per cent will be made from regular prioe* on all bill» for OM FUtiu« or delight by crowded audiences. "The on ly opportunity to hear theui tUis year in Maasiiall. Reserved Seats/ - 50 Cents,] General acl mission 95 cents. Child reo under 13 years 25 cents. , Sale of reserved seats will open ut Greene's drug store on Monday,, Oct. inside piping ordered «ad cctop-l&ted from Sept 1st 1892, to April 1st 1893,The MARSH ALL IJOHT Co. J. S, SAJf DEftS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. J?. bwa and cue MI* *f lioaae on ?orib ot

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