The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on November 16, 1892 · Page 3
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•»' •* $ '? i *,*! r -. t, »c <. . ,, - , ' /. „ - •* i k t * ' « , * < " . ,, ^ 'J ' f " , -* DAttY CMttONiOLE* NOVEMBER 16* 1892. L i, -V t _ ( f Local »et6oro &, H? ftrwn* mne's drng Tekonsia . 916 . 183 *' HIKH*ai. Vt, iV»Y»o*»» wv,i v l- i ' 8y Nrtgutttittg tn*nnu»n*tftt for lh* , vl v**"-»« "" ft»t" 1 ' ; Misi Alice Butler ia t»»tt!n^ friends in Coidwater.'; , ' > ' • ' ' . ; Thef e wffl be a social hop at Arbelter c ^v *''A. II. Geddes meved hU. household ' r goads to Battle Creek todaV ''Mrs. N. tl. Hollon and Btprr Uollon spent the day in Albion. There will be presachSns; aftho Christ 1 iau church next Sunday moinlns and •veiling, ,. •* liowd &' Brooks are moving into thejr in the- SoMthworth-Hous OF MILLINERY GOODS FOR THE HtXT 30 DAYS. , *1 Will 8eit aYCoVt for Cash all . • TJiitriflmied ^oods, : leathers, laEcy leathers, . RibMs, Flowers, toes, fcfc THE NEXT THIRTY' V,. Kelsey.... 5,06» Witho«.. Packard Karris.. (on Annual meeting of Marshall Club to sight for the eledtibn of officers for v tin* ensuing year. » Mrs, George Edgertqn wassailed tq - • Tiplotu Missouri, this morning by the death of her brother', '',>*<• The controller.of tb«i currency .' approved the Bankers' National bank l ' of Chicago as a reserve accent of " First National baofcAUhlficltyj A directors raeeUn'g of tht ta'die* Library will te bold in the cowncit/ootns Saturday afternoon - »t 'tour> o'clock^,, E*eh and every; direetyr will be peeled to be. present,' »s matter* of iro- l»ormnc«ftr«to becpiwSdered.- j.-- The'New York Tribune apeak» of MUs Pearl Vanderhoof who appear* in MISS .;HANNft,ts m Charge-«f my Work Room She is lately from the-whol'eartlehouse^fpollock.'l'ettibonp & Chapman unrt, having had a large experience cjwi^gtvc" you sntiifaetM>n uftd m.-<h<>rt notice. •Now is t6e tim^and „ tbli city No.v. 23 with WatlcS'Metfopoli- * UHuSlaM,. as follpws: The/concert ai * Chicjcerlng Hall lasV'eyliiWg was welt attended". The ploying df'MJss Pearl Yanderhbpf upon th« cornet, riolin, belij, etc:, was thorow^hlf enloyeit by all and flailed, forth loud applause. 'Ri« board of coumy caBras^fir* roel the court house yesterday Taffee Gillette ........... ...;.5,oH Miller^ ...... ,....:.,..jM4* Brown ......,...;...... 6S«J Courtriaht. : ... . . , ; . . . ,. a.uxr Bslow... ;.-.....•..:, ....4,714 ' Idirskey .. Malene Vandercook Jochin. aHdorgRui-/.etriiy«leetinjs Miles Curtis Wnar<ir".«. obairuiaii. Committees were appoiHtcd to, canvass the .votes and an adjournment was taken until H o'clock today, but at thiat time . : np^e. of the, raporu w«r« readv v so that'the time for i-econ- Tttning^was .held open until sack a time at the committees were reftdy; to- an* t Mounop the result'. In canvassing the returns for repre tentative in the Igeislature for the iirst diilrlct in his county it was aueerUined that Marvin Fergusofi had received the l*rae*t number <uf votes, although J4r, Sibloi had been reported elected by a small majority, -The mistake w*s made -in not counting the votes for Mr. Fwgu •oa on the people 1 * ticket »in >*oia«,of - Iks townships,- The change in the *itu is no" doubt very gratifying to Mr- not ft all pleasing to Mr Slbley. liattl«'t're«!k^Mo.Qnt tlmttkere will be tt contest over Put HartV eUclion. IVsee'ms that^Ed. AIIS-- iin at*-;rbd A majority, ofVo'tes by popular ti'vi'it, but by a luutake'^u large i .[f voters who clamped « cross v r«. Cilia's name forgot ly cross ottl V Pat v liart'* and an the vote was thrown'out for both, wherwu had ^ beei^ registered tw intended it would • li4Ve 'given~°Mr. Austin -*r-uaajority< This court? will be «sked wnueeHe the- to jyhjetfter the tjofeejt. ahall i counted an iBUsndeduP the -t»*haicaJ point be used iQ&ftotffc . tKe wi|l bt the ( .peopled Bedweft ........... ... 7(K ' .5.0TI Rich ..... Morse . .4,51'4 Russell. fl,l»' i?WJBg .*,..,..-„.... «iMJ .' MEtJT. • ** ' We tea^e the agency frithe ssiie of CLOAKS popu- ive Mil seil'tiem at Veirv- low — p -, , i. priees ibolget them introduced -here. • Every garment war- S. V. R. LEPPER. Edwards ...... ...,.... 4,U7 Brewer ........ , ..... ,,.. 7#0 SfcC't T05 SKf'T STaTB TO FILL TftEASUBKB. " Marvin,.... '.,"..-,.....".. 4, 14« T»»lor ........ ..... ..... 7&4 Turier ./. .......... ?,.. 5,091 Vaiwier ...-, ..... . ..... 4,144 Adams .'» ...... '...: ^. Peck ......... ^ ..... .'.,. 947, 2 Stores 2 Stores >WW* •% *• fMt tfBtJI tf^"W% ' I I SEE THE RED FLAG. BIlU COJt. STATE LAS^JDfi'f iV ,. ..'..'. 4'... 5,^2 . . . , :\ I,. . ./..... 4,755. ' ;. -., ..... .,'.. su pr. u«»yn*i i i i •« t ' ....... 5,091 ^ ^^., ;.-.,:, . .. ..4,144 • Av»nn . ., ..... ,-.-.-. ...... .V58S". ' ,147 I know that I am a little far \to the East eiid but as our city is \ °~ **t ' i. ^*^ ing we mxistxSpread out, Ixre all Olareudoft,... Mi../...,, us i® , Burrow* ... S ,.V.......;.-5,U» U4P do bu$t»ess w tlTe eejoter, but it ifl pay you if iq . two Stqve^ to'piqK mow n iii: iTery body to oaB at my Saleroom and m* speot Jay new Ime of good€f. f. last

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