The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on November 18, 1892 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, November 18, 1892
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• ef - '<&'. H. raltorologfcal report l&kefc toy toda* At Office's ^ frit*. Frank W«*ed, a daughter; Nov. 18. " Mrs, Lindhurst, of Marshall township, » daughter, NOT, 18. / ' ., VV . J, MoGee left this morning fur his home in Washington, D. C. . The- Albion' democratic ratification meeting ba» bee 3 postponed Until Sat- urday^nfgnt % , / ariff 1'rentice ..junderstand that Sho^i.,. will refliove to BattJe'Oteek, when *is term of ofHce expires. Mtohigan^Central time card .into-iifftot Sunday rteit. The changes are slight.' Olivet Optic: Postmasters are doubt leaaJeokinff jit Ihe sltthttion about this. January, February, MAKCH; In Kalamazoo a butcher has been lined f90for.maintaining a slaughter pen within twenty rdtls of a public highway., ' . -~ : ' „ . ., • It will probably take the ollici'al can- vasi to ascertain whether Judge Hooker or Judge .Newton is elected to the supreme bench. The sale of reserved seats for Wades' Metropolitan Stars will commence Monday morning aV eight o'clock at Miss'Anha k tJ, of Albion, *> , o?«B?onsou, is vis- 'Mr*. Joe iting in this city. Qfo. At Aldrich 5 , of Homer, was in this city this afternoon. ° Mrs. Tnonipson Palmer leaves toinor* row for a visit with friends in the east, Prosecuting Attorney 'elect Clark was hi thls'city today'. He has not yet 1 decided whsre h^will reside when he be coines county prose'cutor. _ "~ ~^ The sale 6[ reserved seats for the con Cei't tonight is larger than it was fat any of the Star Course entertainments last year, 528 seat s being 1 reserved . t Olivet Opiict This is the fowl season of the year, by the way poultry is being rushed into the-Marshall market. Several loads pass through tovfcu each day. 'One democratic stale official, will hold over under the republican administration in ctrso he, so desires, as the game warden who was appointed two years ago holds his 7 office if &r four years'. * -Today A, A. Hblnios received a tine' Mackinaw trout, weighing 28^ pounds. OF MH1INE8Y GOODS, FOR-THE [«ixr so DAYS. I Will Sell atCost-fo* C&sli Greene's drug store. Triifflneil Hats and Bonnets, All Uiitrimmed o-oods, "~^ ~~~~ - : ^Feathers,.Fancy Feathers, f Hibbons r flowers, Laces,' , : In fact EVERYTHING- FOIT THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. t, MISS MANNA, is in Charge of my Work Room She is lately from (he w s hole«i\lo liotfslis of Fnhoi'k, rVHibouo «te Chapman anil baring had a largo cxpcrHioe c"ui give ^011 Mti«f idlon ni.n" >•» sliort niftier 6 Now is the time and There wast a v%ry light; vote on the amendment to the constitution in this cosrnty, 888 ballots bein jptjjbtrof w h ic h 518 were no and 374 yea, .,.•'• Mitrt hall is not suffering lor concerts jast at present. We hare the Bemenyi concert tonight,,,Wades' Metropolitan Stars the Sad and the Madam Fry con- "cen the 80th. Judge Hooker was expected in. this city today to hold an adjourned term of court, but as he failed to put in an appearance Cleric Giegg adjourned the court until the December term. A directors meeting of the Ladies Library will be held in the council rooms Saturday afternoon a,t tour o'clock. Bach and every director will be ex pected to be present, as matter* c f importance are to be considered, At the Albion district convention of ' the M<! B. Woman's Foreign Missionary •Jblety at Homer yesterday Mrs, J: C. jfloyd, of Albion, was ;$el|o^d v ,p i resident; Mrs.JJ, M. Jsbell, of Jackson^ re- LoordinicaiBoretaryiMrf. J. fl,, Pjloher, .Jaokajn, correspodingj secretary^ irnd Mrs. Keats, of Battle Creek, 1 .treasurer. A large delegation has been in-, attend : Jt was presented to him by Ni B. enter, a traveling salesman for a whole- Sale house in Cincinnati. v Alt will serve the fish at his place Monday evening. A number of attorneys w«reon hand at tholcojlrt house this Hftenj.pon 16 see Judse Hooker, bnt'he failed, fo appear. Probably ihc judge wa^ too much inter 1 '' ested iu figuring election returns, to come down, here' ,wiicn there was not much of anything 'to dp after bo apt here. , ! " OfflciHl return? f ro»n 53 counties giro Newton, fusion, for Justice of the Su- premo Court, 120,300, Hooker, rep.,. 13t-,HO; Ellis, fusion, for Attorney General, 120,218; Diekemu, 'rep.* 134,129; Shaffer, fusion, for Commissioner of State Land, Office, 130,379; Berry, rep,, 124,187. Several of ' the ileniocratic counties liavo uot bueu heard, .from .jet and the three fusion candidates on the state ticket may be declared elected. , ' - •"- '" -' ' '""'" "_"""-'"""""."' r_--— , ^ ( Kolb linked 11,4^G Votc». 'V • ^Mo>'3'COMKBf,.Ala., Nov. 18.— The houses of tb6 AlabAma legiHlature met in joint session yestekluy to opeii and count the result of" the recent state eh/cUon. It showed Jones' ofite^al majority ov^r Kolb for gov-. ernor to. be !L,iU5. Tlic total vote ca'st was 243,488, of which Qorcrubr Joues received 138,959, and Reuffeu A. Kolb 115,524. . . ' ' . " .. . -"i Wert'rf Plurality in Jjew Jersey. TBKNTOS. N, J., Nov. 18.— The official returns h$/e been received by the secretary off :j|tate froKi all the copntiea and the work of verifying an4 compjjing thepi is now being done. The, returns show thepiumlK ty for the Democratic presidential electors to be 14,883 «n'd Judge Wert's plurality over Kean, Repttbljic?in, • for governor 3,700. 2 doors west of P. Is the place. The importance of improving the He highways of oar country is very generally aotnowledged and a iiiovement .on foot to create a road departmeut of the gcvernment at Washington, similar to the- agricultural department and count-ln t.l»e. : is elected b "Nov. J8.—The official Cpi)grusislonal district -,' HUUorn, Kep., plurality.' The California congressiotuil' delegation will consist »of tour Denioorafs and threeJJepublicans. V J|e<jry VUlwrd I)ltte|.Cle'»,*'* | Art« - KEW->YonK. Nov. 18.-^Henry Yillard gave a dinner ut Skerry/* L-iat uight to prominent Democrats and niepiberb of the Democratic^ national \ committee, dent-eleet Cleveland was tuere. We have the agency for the sale of CLOAKS ' *" g ' J ' r -* made from these popular .goods, and we will sell tliem at very prices to get them tro<feetd liere. Every garment warranted V. R. LEPPER. THE Souie "Hubkj" Corn *a-, Nov. 18.— iluskiug toa- * copj ft on »ud also lot toe provision of] hensira road exhibit at the Co- Hxposjtion. __ i cbHrejh aieniber rec«ut- -lf attempted to h*v» his'pastor disciplined for wsuigtbe slang phrase "not ia it" in the palpit. But the faottotu -dropped out «fhia charge whea the n prbdoced ihe manuscript jUJt sermoa and read tflt sentence -fxopi ' the ark waf a miniature world; there . -wai «a Jor» «f l^s th.f t TUe .Slate , Eoird. of , 4ocided to hold ifi ««d - v»X l)ufeheis-*f- - cora i«- jEjiejCtively in nluu and oue-lialf hpiirs for a " C-ilany'jo»ld8«ldiei-a who contracted' clirouic diarfhoia while in.]bhe.8frrvipe, have since. beeli pernjanentTy «ur«4 o£ it by. Chauijjer .lain' a Colic, Cholera and 2 Stores tores, MARSHALL IMPROVED .» *f- ,- "of sale, at Gtet-ne'B iba iu the eify" uarryiag a foil line c/f Fringjcee^feSflaithiS celebrated pair, sessions and 13 ol five s Qae tlousnud oople* ''' Thj »»ortor institutes Jfpr tiealtnertt and e.splaQ&tJt)a o-/ Gold Cure consult *Dr. L. E. Oalluu offleei^t the Cook block, Patiettts il so in, in each cane at Benzonia December ,20, Traven*. City Dec. 81, Cbarleveit. - a«t and Gladwin J»», 11, Gwylto« *»d Seott- twe olfeer the Jobs -. re ftdvtfcaced, 'Jia tbaage o.or stow. 2c y&ril «nd up. oalMff-, ^o»'i Ue»tt*t« To sow erery day. WHITS & 00,. Bftrg^n Store, Children Cry for F qjjt 8A-UE—txiook of ^ruet^W, SfiU.' Will be soW tqeetliar'( O4 9te$fc At! 76^Qtt&blu f<U^t ^^Cvtriltoj. tutd t C4u-ry a Jjtoe- stocH of ' ' b "" i Staple & Fauoy '^,,

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