The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on July 14, 1893 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, July 14, 1893
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?' ^fp^/^l Jtifl &tgjh ^ 1-^WiBi^. iO* l w t "*' *u CHRONICLE . .. • <rt. 10 *•«•»*» ffar week fir. Hotter cWred of tfeo Chaffg** Sf g««i ^ • r 'Sig Assistant. * 3fo&K, July 14.— .of secret intestigati committee appointed to examnen Charges made against Rev. D. C. Potter »t« 6f the* Tabernacle 14*1893 DETROIT'S Meeting: Held at the Pittsbufg •Chamber of Commerce. nfttltiB ANDCOICMEBOEDISOUSSED ConcreMman Jada* D*UeU'« Speech the r.etur. »f th« Mentlni-Re.ointio,, ?••••« Aaltia* the Repeal of the gher. r "nan Silver Parchatfnre Act. PlTTSBCTRo, July 14.-The meeting held at the chamber of commerce-to owcuss the financial and' commercial condition of the country was well attended. The feature was the speech of Sssssss-^SSf 0 ^ IP op** 1 ** ,. ^resident Kelly spoke l«~ri^ * business confidence I not be restored until the gftver- Resolutions were presented ,« n^ii er o f t ne fi n ^ nce comi> • i. u ^? n *^ e Ben ators and »~'^r"'"T' OT ' *° ?° aMln their power to secure at an early date the repeal of' *n* silver purchasing clause of the "* e "'?a n act.' The resolutions recom- menaea an amendment to the existing nation*!bank act sovthat nSionS Issue currency to the full i deposited by them, instead it. AB at Tw^nt a n OW ed. -,—_Jon Congressi was frequent ' — In • -Jtor -of Ihe same chunSt -Itull, have declared " proved and false," an their renewed confide Hty and Christian ' divine. Dr. Putni cited to appear bt* for violation of the'i Found Dead , O., July 14.-~;.* Enochs, congressman from thia "district, was found dad in bed. General W. B. Annual Summer Meeting of the Detroit Driving Club, which tato* place July 17, 18, 19/20 and 21, wlti - 1)c * he grandest one ever held o ' _~---.—.. i-vu»,<coouii»u cinonns was born near Middlesburg, Noble county, O., March 29, 1842. He was elected £ represent the Tenth Ohio district tothe coming fifty-third congress Hot Weather In Chicago. ' «a ClII £t U0 ' ^ lly 14 -~The heat in Chicago Thursday was intense, and augmented by considerable humidify brought much suffering to the people. M SL m "^ thermometers registered W degrees. There were numerous cases of prostration with two fatalities-^John Geinert and Gustav Barsaasky. Weather Indication*. foe lower Michigan-Light local ahow- •w, but .warmer the greater part ot the For " "" to be on In a New Bole. - ' .ARBOB, July l4,--Jame« H. Bordeaux, .president of the Students' Democratic .club, will appear in anew '$ t Hele ? A- Bordeaux, has for a divorce on a charge of cruelty. An attempt was made to sole cause. It is the government This policy policy of 1878, when ^ act yars ,, 8Uver and mow .uioldaTa was Storm ttt *•— The worst over thi « city - Lightning .trutsk 10 places in the city, doing great damage. Wind, rain, hail and* fight- tsn n™ - an !£ ged buildln «8 and cfops f<2U,(KK) in the county. 'Forger Smith to lie Prosecuted. nf h B « A n?,i I w 1 V- D8> ^ lt , ly I*— The officers of the Old National bank here say they fffiFJ!?' 6011 !? y ?r un » Poi ¥ OT S^th to the bitter end. He arrived here- Thurs- *f^ afternoon, is aartgfiipper as a dickybird, and as cool as Irving Latimer ever v*fla* i down. In ITO t STATE JJEMS. O. A. Kimliall, a Whitehall farmer, died trom the rttVtts of a sunstroke. Roberto Rascovich, a well known Italian artist, is spending the summer at Nilus Methodists of the upper peninsula will bold no campmeeting at Deer Park this Bummer. , voted to bond the purpose of meat has just as much right to Pig Iron and Issue toMr for that. The present 17011 ?? °f we must issue boud means s^lWe? f b wSd^p^itot/ the start, fo , ,, a , reasons. Chief amdng these reasons' b the fact that no other meeting of any prominence Is. held during thnt week in all this broad land of ours, lience no clashing of dates to conflict, and practically will be the means of concentrating every stable In «raining to Detroit's Blue Ribbon Meeting. The "five special classes which closed Aprii 5 wlth purses amounting to $21,000, with the megniflcent entry list of 102 horses for five classes, shows conclusively that the regular classes which close July 3 will swell the list close to BOO entries; With such gtnbles as C. .T. Hanflln, of Buffalo; A. H. Moore, of Philadelphia; Ran, Mateo Stock Farm, of California; Augustus Sharpe, of Louisville, Ky,; Palo Alto Stock Farm, California; 'tho Pleasanton stable of-M. Salisbury; V. 1^. Shuler, of ^flnnenpoils, ^flnn.; Oeorge Starr, of Torre Haute; Tnd.; Maraw Daly, of mntana; Bob Stewart, Kansas City: IT. c. .Towett, of Jewottville, N*. T.; .Tolm Poag, Toledo, O.; Ketchmn Farm, Toledo, 0.; DU Bols Bros., Denver, Col, and a vast array of smaller stables whose lights are equally as strong In proportion to their numbers, gives strength to tho assertion that at no time In the history of trotting -find pacing horses could there bo gathered together a stronger Mement of speed*than will be shown at tho Blue Ribbon Meeting of 1898. ?4C,"rOO Is tho grand total of purses. The classes that will compete for these valuable prizes are the 2:35, 2-80 <>-*>7 2:25, 2:24, 2:22. 2:20. 2:18. 2:15 F I 1 ' A. and Merchants' and Manufacturers' (onsolation purse. Irottinir ami °-M 2j18. 2:15 and F. F. A. paoln«. tl.on.bV enusting th<? spct^l « ( f l»oth jjsilta Tho various railroads lending Jnto Detroit have«offered mluct-d rates accom- panlod with ticket of admission. It will be tho carnival week of the war To miss It means the loss of the greatest week's pleasure In spcc-1 < ever held In Mlchlgaru DrunkeoneM and the Liquor Habit, Pocl- • tUelj Cared by Adm|oUterlu K Dr. Halaea* Golden Speelfie. ' It to manufactured as a powder, -which can be iren In a CUM Af njuir. u nnn A« ^/«iraa A . »„« ^ a.m. Detroit, LT 8 is Albion..!!ia no Marshall.. 18 48 Ba{tleCt'kl80 S08 786 p. in. * 15 9 as 10-03 1083 104ft 11 96 ,<W £ia p.m. 1 15 8 10 888 355 4.15 447 B 10 i.m, iau 110 • M 4*n. 1 «cept*d 'Iteilr tSundftTi cxcpiSi Q .o. A"^^iVHZfe^nT * ^W • -•--. O* ft. OaxonH.""-— ! p.m. 500 781 815 838 903 050 • * M s& a. a 3H 510 547 60S 6*5 700 1115 ».m. VMu I^ Moeptwd •Uallr t^oad ^_ 9- w. KndQLKS. Oen. fawTa id _oo 1881 145 8 SB 766 a. m n it a 11X1 »??U4» Jacboi & Matoai -, table taking effect June 96 1893 Train* pai« XanhallM foUowri: TRAlHi 00010 «AW. «. n B u i9o r^"*""**"**. i O. B. MIZK, Agt., Manhall, WANTS, FOUND, ETC,' • - - — "••»•• ——.• • J-f —-»•— • - -.-Tr.I!,,. SfflJf.> ^l*-'" ««h notice »« «™• r w " ^»»VM HWUVV Bat «x No obarxe lean than t*eatV Chris 'Baker, a deaf mute regidinK at lATlMll* TVno ct-m.Alr 1 •»*• • . . ,~ 9 , Central Burglars blew open the safe in the Es- eanabappstofflce. They made away with three registered letters, • Farmers of Washtenaw Oakland YI i ¥ J i"™»7 l t BI> S swl S MOW »'>W«tnepauem. tYrir d f v w°^ q ^ *»*& ^^x^^^K^d^^ tnelr annual picnic at Whltmore Lake "•odewtejrfadtw or an alcoholic wrMkT It Aug. 17. ^^ "a been jthreaa In thoaaanda ol casee, and In T \V Tirk:», »c j. 1 ever y Inatanoe auerfect osre has followed It eld ' Monta 8ue merchant was | »«wHUla>. Ke Tyatem on" htpin * * •* - • ^ FV '** "» 9*^f Oj bufcfi ftlftO I >>.{l|*^ fft* ek«. M * MraMp.H 4U UvVDa 1_^___ T ____. "Vl!!-! 0 !. 106 » I ?J 1 0'»PPetbe to ciUt Bnren „•—~ w» "—/i • «jJP of coffee or tea, without the Knowledge ef the - .._ Oeneral Agent. L ADIES wi stamp, gold does not ~^~f «P »»««» «uu anyuiiDcr tJ ou the way from UlgUt. Mrs. U. T. WaJLroua, pioneer of Mendon, fell i tte other day On ^count of heTage aht Is not expected to recover. ower, a trapeze performer, fell -- at Grand Rupida, a distance of u*w*& Z"S£"g?A 7 ,2K g s;l'^rHK?'H^S9 fore she was almost killed she weighed 148 Mrs. Lewis Dunkle, the wife ofaweU-to- clo farmer Ijvuig near Dowagiao, attempted to, commit suicide by taking .srfme--" ClHe Wbfoll \ltlA Koan iir,f*A # nu *"'«_' . GOIO>EN PaS8 boo « o 8FKCIFIC CO., O free. ^OB SALE OHpp-,New " »85 Bao. GOOD SUMMER WOOD, ,75 Oat <t Mra, UrettaKeed of Grand Bapida at- injp^d to commit suicade. AlSoTand butcher Jouf« were taken from her before fhe had ^ime to use them. Domestic obles are said to • Croat 9e<0 olpiusMw, Andrew Sutherland of Asm Arbor- J. MIXED 11. J.COLEMAN. OSSiSggSsawi-.- 1 ,; --. ««*f/' c*" r ^ ~ v • mm J$wte£*irW^axg^Si, goj^g iw^JBi.|^S; AS " ~. 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