The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on November 26, 1892 · Page 2
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S$$£!$?^W f w J< .4- T i 1 " I * r,T f * 1 *t ' *W\* 5 ' "VAftftf ' <K ^ OQO in exposition bonds, With tte hTprOsJ.ocfcfrc.lti tbe proceeds ot so coins -Will give tbe board enough funds to plS "he Validity *»* eflen t Ma " 19 8nta6rtpMops- recalvart «t ths cfflee of State ttHeet; ' ' j.M. Ms? [Of MUMMERY GOODS . irORJHEHtXTaobAYS. 1 Will Sell at Cost for Gash all ted Hats and Bonnets, '" " . * * * .* ix •""-™^~'' ' — ». - 'The following is the program of the day SchcM* convention to be held at Tekon- ftha Tuesday' and Wednesday, *ov. 29 and , HOTEMBKK S29TH. -S-4j80— Equipment Meeting. 7:00— Son* 9»tvic«. ".a.i_s«r'vB Retmrt.. ..W. A. Powell, ' -^ ' e» A ; ..... .Her. w AJ)p'.intfrf«nt of committees, . Announcements, s . Adjourn, , »01T, lowrdV Treasurer orow.sv-. "-"^r fll , the ordwa as they jearoe in and will mi them accordingly." ' ' „• 1 Georgian* ftt Jackfton ?«««• ' , The committee appointed by the Georgia legislature to yMt Chicago and examine tbe Wool's inir grinds reach ed-Chicago yesterday, and regMemt at the Audi- Km, Governor Norttan heads the com_..... mitto as an ex^fficio meniber. At U ^i, Al iton. the committee was the under their teorgiat looked te the .* Bev. Greene, : U:M-«ri>d Mi.alon of tbe Mnreha ,,, 1:80— Beport ot Committees, jUV-^port of tr^ure^ * • » : tX)-»TU e Teacher a^a Soul • 8-50-"Nonnal Work.',' ' !MM -^^ «w •_»_ —,— t t , Feathers, Fancy. Featkers,, i, Flowers, Laces, In fact EVERYTHING FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. m$S"'HAN1IA > is in Charge of my Work-Room . Shell lately from Ibi *He4aIe house o( Ppliook. Pcll'ibotw & Chh|.Sran and havlOUsliad »I««H eipccimra rain give.you Mtlituction and on «Bort notim. Now is the time and (t on topl« 'necked wttU Sunday aqhool work. ) '' • 7:na—8onB Service. ibio, bo i MftrHhalK They "were both dehgat. , . - Mnile «lm Half an American. AcJbleftonrParis says that M. Camille , ICrant7 French commissioner general to Sir, S on his. return fr.om Chicago: Thayecome back half 'an Amerfcaa.lt «lx motiths l>efore the opening. It Is evi- SirS* the fair will'be a grand succewC I\vhl return for the M«y cetetnoniea, I i yew-nicely treated at Chicago. Ifound fairofficials an able body of gentlemen." |)fipn oil Mrs.' l>«n»*. - > iN," Nov. 26.r-Jerry Simpson, Adjourn. , YVA ! ' ul r lUlu " ' *-*~" " — • " . has arrived in town and regarding the new senator from Kansas, says tbe legislature is in doubt. AiUo Mrs,,Lea 8 e he,flald: ''The talk of her for tbe senate «i the work of the Republican papery. Th .ff W 1 *" induce ber to «lo something s.lly ««*,,, make our people ridiculous. 1 do \not they will succeed., Uhink that *- • * i ^ M r * n 1..* 1 LU! mtft PLEAFOBTHE^ME Appeal to Congress Tor Open Gates On Sunday- BEASONS GIVEN TOE-THE BEQUEST. •• L. -'..._•..:, :.. .•';:'. Iberlain'sPain Balm ana oma« WUM.O o*- rromInciitC»iurcIimenWhoArolBF»vor| {cc j edparts . f ry it add you will be sur• of the 'rro|«6«mon—A, Test of rubu ° pn8e d at the prompt relief it affords. -The _„ -m*i __ ««•.. tnvtfr-w A (mlnftii . . i ;1i _... n .Uni«*-nn)-tam T?ni* k tey w s., Keisfar too clever' to 1« ledintoany- thing:Killy." .'' . ; ^ : _, Fresh oj3ter8"atCunniingham 1 B. For Jaine back .there is nothing bettet than to saturate a flannel cloth with Cham. | berlain'a Pain Balm and bind it on the af- priHOU, t«li VUU j»».v«**f« «.*'^-» - -- — — same treatment will cure rheumatism. For ,a\e at Green's drug store. ISlacfcsmlth Shop to Kent. flH r about to engage in other bust * • i * ««. VH«» ivlnAtramifh annn Opinion Shows a Hlg Majority Against the ^Sabbatarian Contention—Hurrying Up the Souvenir Coins—Georgian* Visit the Fair Site—Views of a Frenchman. •i -^ -ji •. -ciintn ueinji aoout lu cuij,B.|4B »" »*»»~. -—— CniCAOO,, Nov. •&-President Higin- ^^^ * Ufa tQ fent my b i ac kamU;h shop botham, of tbe World's fair, has addressed . Rnd tooU for a time o f pne to three a strong ai4 comprehensive letter to each years T O the right man a oargain will 1 of the consr^smen and senators at Wash-'l fee offered. WORTEB ' ingtoaoutlining the position of the direc- J. O. *-OBI.EB tory on tbe quesiion of Sunday.opeiilng and giving an idea of what is ineaiit by a CfcJLIU fei»*i*& **«» i\»^»» %*•• *> .-»—— — -- . Sunday fair. Mr. lliginbotbaHi quotes in -full thevfesol.utions adopted by^the local '-•»• ' -. = ;„ 'i^..«— «* n»» rtt^oii -fnir Iliwifer J. C. EOBI.EB Exchange atreot. I till V*-* B - XCiSU^U I *«JJl*0 t*v*v^ »-»->?• rr-rf ^r- - . directory in fftvor of aii open fair under, certain restrictions. He offers evidence t<) : snow; tba^ a majority' of tbe-pcople of tb;«> TJoitefll Stat^ are ppposeil to closing the. • exposition gTates on- 'SundH'y and cites,the. i. 'result of experiment.** made ,by «'«'«" ' Select arid standard oysters at Cun- ningham'f \Ve carry a full line ot A. fJ. McGra,w & Co.'8 and & Son's tine shoes. •+^ : : ' •' "•".•- Save money by buying vour boots and shoes rtWaee Bros. inaiviauais ouisiuft wt ^UIV»BV* *»'*^o •*• cities of more than 4,000 and less tlian 10,V OQQ population; where .the S^bbaterian. eler ' —-nt would naturally be strongest, asking ' '.*.i._!_~ ..:. ...,, ^'^ ' CimHnir f.lAKITlB'. Thfi •• £. , - '• •< 1 j t»raca wroer.'carry a full line v«.-W»TI • 1 erocerjes, AJl'gooda new and fresh. C>PillLUIiL^) M*" X T C*Ji.A**| a-r**?ifJ.»*^ i '*«*' v ." 1)rT ' 1 ? ^-T - "• " ' ' T r* *'?TT r - *, - r ' , .-_^ _"...--.•'. «- : '"' '•* i-ork: Rev.Itolxirt'edllyerrof Ne\yYork; Rev. Minot J. Sayage^of BostonrPost- master. James A. Se$t3n and Mayor \\aah- burn, of ehicagp. . Big Majority tor iiu Open Sunday. , Postal card tickets were mailed tp 6,(»0 AOlittM1 „„„„„, -••••- ' outsidft of Chicago Hying in ^ e ^^ w % a doctors iaiV ,--.^ ' Cifftpp, Jpjftftpimifttion .cf the, uuntw, i^un't; hever aadTyphbi Pneu ___-. . . m , J mbnia, «tisb duickly relieves u a;-fl cures for their vitws pa'Sunday closing, ine (jyoup ^«Soarlet . F«wer, W'ooplng mes were sjelected at raiuloni from Dun's, ! rj ou Jfa-, ^o'ife 'f bro^ Bujps. 8 wlda »*<» 'I?^-Zi£&t'C;^i'^s*a{ru*- li/inV ' The "rieDlies vrir-TiT..- "_nj:~V:A«x: ; OK anA Rll nhntA or jtoW+' inw *» 1»eoame Via*, she clung to Castorla. • WiJl you with ypur dar _ „ _1tnEf babies toj, ^utjrt^-or call on your (JrogK»t *°r r> Sh.arpsteen's Lityender/ '•'*' A6thm*Wp Balsani, mnril r bjook; The ;replies t^ ti^t*^ipore than three out^ofeyery •V??:' 25.ax»d indicate tjbfftt- ipore titan t hl *B out oieyery ^ nj,iii?- DR H; SB fonip persons a4dress.ed; oppose Sunday |$ or Mars|ia.li. JyjLich „•;_„:„„: M,'. 'Wijri'hVvvtJinm''further says >'., ' . cents or Propri' .Have a large stfl* of EENT-My store looaUbii la M ona Batter. It, State street, ttau CiSl Jaclsett 4 Time taWe taking 1892, 5(0. 28, "fojedp Kxpresa • i'cfioinnatl:«*pr..., :.,,.. - rf, SlSlllnd Kxpresa ------- ,. .... ., ., -'- an appeal to tJie sV^ft'iO 1 " 8 ' 8 ' 1 }^ representa- 1 tive^ to repeal the s^day dosing clause of ^toBW ^^a^g^Sgy^^^is^^ yent tbe bofding of'religious sinfe^i: cty*- aestefr^lampufith the l>£ht of ih- -.•>—«»ducted by tbfe most ^punent clergymjwj Catalp^Tes.^riie Rochester Lwnp Co. attbe exposition jgrounrls^as had been ar- _ .. iT^bbott, whp has'. ranged for bl' the directory-, .He closes by JjffiL^ ?<£&v£ and Hatton, ^ j—"I to "tbe sma'tjOi's and representa-' w •»-"-«•• - , „ . _ «.._ " 84 M&U add Ezpreas,.'... i..v.r.v«-vi:!> CuTolanaH * B. 0. Kxpreae. ... , ..ft ?* I shall offer for sale one oi the largest-and best selected stocks of HOLIDAY GOODS and TOYS ever sold ' ' ' •• •' : - '• ' ' - "" ' • • • A iff Marshall at prices so lowthatyou r can afford to buy them. Come early and get yout choice of the bargains. G. H. GREENE. ; 1 THQSE SOUV |M18 CO! NS, . goon Be Keat^y for Sale .Lyiaiu J.;"^ke e^'ar^l f«P * _ , i v" . ,•» _ i_ ^it, ___^ uXKMK |J4C WWJtf* 5r(V * ****'*! fc **-^5jr*'* ***** 3^ y , fc» conyJiSe Seeretery of tbe ?jrejM*wy Fos^^at ^« djijeciors baye compfied wltb, 'eVwy tettjwe pl.the fow, ajod: belieses^aj ,14°'* .---. - ^r», Bea . best kaown ess men in AND FELT GOODS. The only house in,the city carryi«^ * f>u line of Fringree & Smiths celebrated oboes. Byery pair warranted. _ are jnad^-at Toleao *t«l all roada diverging Globes We carry » ftae stock pt . Bo»e«f tiie coma abould be a*a|la3d» anttt the dteeowra could pnfretUat tiey liad expended 110,1)00,00(1!, and tha* ftey ,b*d positively wou^y in »|rt>1( *« complete the gs and open the gates 1» wie public u^jiBPKi^v • JOHN MoHlTUH, Pitcher's Oastorla Ho. 68 Etdioat e ot 0. '4?, Dicta*. . so t*o«Me ia eawsf y ' -

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