The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on November 17, 1892 · Page 3
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MtfbOhOLOQtfeML" , " Lo«al meteorological r£potUaken by " ** "^ Ok H, fireimfi today atweene's tfrag store. . £8490 13W '.SW Highest,' 58, lowest 4& ""^ By registering taertncfr&er ff>p Uif .last 34 hours. r __. .... „.... J. Jt _, ., . '•*• BftEYirms, " Hon. W. fit./Porter weril to Albion ; this afternoon. Mrs. Jessie M. COO*L. left today for I Cyrus Marsh, of Muskegon, is the guost of SeWard f Sharpetefm. ' < Crawfofd's Bros, minstrels will be at the opera house Friday, Ntfv. 25. John Haokett, of Crestbq* Iowa, a fortner resident of Marshall, is visiting in this city - ' • -—— Gov. Winans bar issued a proclamation designating Thursday, Nov 34, as Thanksgiving Day. . *" " Capt. SleveBBonn$ in Ionia. lie has biisjness interests which may keep him thorfr'a cooainerable part of the winter. Frank Clapp, the republican candi data foe state senator, received 468 plurality In tbia county and 561 in Kalaraa- zoo county, making his plurality in tbe district-1034'. He lacked 119 votes of a nitijority ISf alt tbe-votes-catt^ ' *• *~ ^ A circular, has been senTou£ by Sup ermtendent of Public Instruction Fitch to* the educators o$; the state asking them to meet in Ann Arbor Saturday to , take actli n urging upon the directorate of the World's Fair the necessity of giving the educational exhibit more room It took the county canvassers two days to ascertain-tbe result of the recent election in- this county- The county clerk and obe good assistant) eould have done the work in two'hours but there was three dollars a day in. it •9 the job had to be prolonged as .much ',' as possible. ' .' ' y A dispatch from Battle Creek sajs: Last night thieves entered the residence of Thqmaa C. Millar and a'fter chloroforming him and his. wife stoic his pant, alopns, containing a pocketbook .with 1900 in it, and a-gold watch. Miller is a locomotive engineer, who has recently been running on an Illinois railroad and was m this city for tbe purpose of 'removing his family to Jpliet. The Madam Fry Concert Company will appear at the opera house Wednesday evening, Nov. $0. The company consists of Madam Fry and -b«r three daughters. They give a vocal and in strumental concert and are, very highly recommended both by tbo press and the •> beat nfusloal critics,* Tteir appearance in Ibis efty will be for the beneit of tbo Ladies Aid, Society of Trinity .cbureb. " The reason why tha 4ih .of^Mftrch y "'the day on which out presidents are/aK way* iuaugutated is that ctfneress-«p • pointed tbe tfrst Wednesday m January, 1789/for the people to choose electors; . the, first 'Wednesday in ''February for those 'elcotorft to; choose a" president,* and the first Wenneeday in March for the'goTujinment tu-go into operation. Tbe last naujejlday iu 17^fell on the 4th of Mardjfneuqe the-4th of March f jllow ing -the election' of a president is , 11« d ;, appointed for bia ihaug.uralioa. Bob (Dawning, the, fa vori'e Aintri oaji Ua'^vdian, who will come.tb Battle Creek .n \-,v Tuesday eveuingiu a grand soeuiV. vfoduction of- , Shakespeare's ' p aytsd a prosperous eugagtuiuui iu De- Jrt»it, ttfe be«t in fact -be iitts ever bad,, in th&t city wbere s ,b,e has alw^db'een a favorite- Ihe 'Ftef Press sai4 of this ..engagement o,u : Tturauay moroing, lug fladed the mp#t brilliant engage* t played &y Wiy in tbi» city. — Albiou dempcrats annoanca a GleVeland ratification meeting 1 fcff l "to> night. 1 Mrs. Wm" Richards, who bas ; been in past fo«t ;*eekfl, rtt,tif ned . . will be atihe opera boose tombrrow evfinlflg. 'To hear htm play one pieco is worth the price asked for a season ticket for the^tir Course, Quite a-number of the German Benevolent society went to Battle Credit today, where they will he entertained by members <J| the order in that city at the Auditorium.' . . * Marriage licensas 4 issued Nov. „ 10: John Badger and Pearl • iVan Valken- bur^, . both of P«nntield.* Noy. • 17} John McAuliffand BwtbVGottrbotlnjf Albion. ' —«-.' A directors meeting of the Ladies Li- j>rary will bo held in the council rooms Saturday afternoon -at tour Each and every director .will be expected to be present, as matters of importance are to be considered: Ttfe high schoorplfpils will present their second literary program tomorrow •afternoon at 2r45 p m. Comfortable seats will be provided by the ushers lor all who attend. A cordial invitation is •extended_to every one interested*in tbe high school. It may be a trifle for you, but it is a great encouragement to u* tq have you come.* .SO come, • Opclo Cyrus G, LncV Wfca'in-'jDetroit evening, accompanied by his •ivate secretary. MiloD. Camp- . Vthat a safe majority of the repub lipan mmnbera of tbe new legislature will be in favor of Gov. Iiucefor IJnited States- senator. ' He was one of the •hardest workers during tha recent state campaign. Fifty years ago yesterday wa«i arainy, nasty day and daring the bight the rain changed tolanow;, the wln^Bl^w .terrf- biy, the thermometer registered several begreea below zero and the day dawned about as cheerless as one could imagine. Tne streets were blocked in many places Jjy jthe drifting snow and scarcely anybody was to-be seen on tbe streets. Not a farmer came to town and only a few in tbe village got out of doors except as they were,, pbligtd to. The win tef.'Mfbich set in on that disma! night in 1843, lasted, snow and all, until the lattvr part of April. "The sleighing WM so good on the 6th of ApriHhat George Ketchuuu and Geovae Ingqrsoll started for Grand Rupids ia a cutter and tbe trip without any list seat was *«mj}/fl£ ' was _ ,, .aU/ifeeeQ pr«-em.j>tie^/ Jdany Ute applicants for place* were turned *W4y" Of Mr. Downing tbe same . issue of the free Press aaysi "JEle is a student, a wan of thoughtful b" »£bit, $ tireless worker »ud aw actor who ba« earned bw spurs as an e*pooent of the i««ie drama. He bat* left bis mark on Virgmius, 3partttau9 and Nero antf bus shown Alt • versatility by admirable if wide range of romantic cbw " Mr. IJiowrttijpg'4 Mare croattons. If (P -W(»pl»B^ (^W,« OF MlilNFRV GOODS FOR THE Kf XT 30 DAYS. Sell &t Cost for bash all ' , : Trimmed Hats incl Bonnets,' • ; All tJntrimnted ortfods, r . Feathers,:JancjFeathers,, ..;. *- <*«. .* *,T """A" —, -V 3 ' »«|.« ' . /'/* Lacss, InfactEVlRYTHM THIRTY DAYS. h ! « MISS HANNA.is 'in Charge of my Work Room She Is lately from the wholesale hoWof Pollock, Pottibode & Ubopman and haf injs Had a lafce > ..oxp«riQnCQ can give you satisfaction an°U on short nolicp. Now Js the time and * * Is the place. 2 doors westof PfO. Wfe have the agency for the sale of CLOAKS made from these popular goods, and we will sell them at very low traduced liere. T Every garment ranted $. V. R. LEPPEB. This -is one of the winters -you about, but sulducoi stfe nowadays. "* • ' ** Anctiou. I will sell to {he hi^heat bidder on Saturday, Nov. .56, at the Farmers' sheds on, Madison street, two line bred young bqrses? Terms of sale one years time for good bankable paper at' seven per cent interest, or I'wo-per cent dis- couut for e&sb. '" ' ,, N. A. SHERMAN, Aucfioneer. ~ ...J , THE RED FIIAC. A. M. Winang^ Convis, ./qbn Russell, Couvis, ' '4 "> < Jobo . Cornwfcll, Emmett. Wm. H I W. -Kslow, Homer. Cbas. E. Pratt, Lee. * . C. 3.,Andrews, Leroy, ' . ; G, W. bujith, MHrengo. EUw^r-d 4. Bach, Marshall, . B.<Mc,a(l, J. £ l^ong, Andrew} ' Aaron Kocfatir, Marshall |r., Newtoa* <irant Gould, Ptnnfie^d. ~Ww. (CVBara, Sheridan. jBdwin M-'Ainy, Tekonsha. *Willar4- tt-* Warner, \ :.. *' ' n.er 4. Aaron E. Bl*nok, Battle Geo. C.Cole, Burlington';; - - v - J«.me« Gribble, Clarence. Jaww-Prjtebard, Clareodofl. • For Iftme back there ia »otWng better tbao to saturate a flauD,el cloth with Cham- berlaifl'8 Pai» Balnj and biudit ontheaf- fecfcsd paria. Try it and yo« will b^ sor- reatweni will cure gfrcumatut ' SEE THE RED 2 Stores 2 Stores. MARSHALL IMPROVED (Bao^ifty patent, oontatni no Atrppia.) r ' . — tiure Afld^ftte cure («r C;— • • f + • i For-treatmeAt a^id esplwiation of the Oo|«r Cure <sonaiat Dr. L; E. Gallup at his office in tbe Cook W«5k. Patienta treated prirately if so desired., MONTH OOJiMlSSIOS. ,, , „ , - wooo* llvel, tuictliae aizeat la erery tow* ftBdcasmtr la the Pelted SUtw( »— __«._- — «£<i'tn&uJjj 0 F80YE IT nod to convince , j, Protruding-or Itchiue. we will THttL. PAdKA« FR^to «-> a Sena stamps to cover po&Uge & address MR8, AUtEN'S PARIsrAN OOLAH REC*I M»oim» Kuime. -j ' OB 8AI-B— Stock 'of good-will «tock of fixtarea and [ftpftft QJT&trOro _ _ __^ MMO&I for seutaj* '4ft4r«W WlU«I' M as an'4 eipe»ae». Per •gf^pJLVW* v»Mie»t .tf Ottrsarr stock wn bo

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