The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on November 28, 1892 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, November 28, 1892
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Wally. th« *• "** 15* steel ieces that not even a !t haa *! en , £ou ? d Weve ott dollars is ^afdetfed a low estimate of what they go t. ./-, We'nt *>lt T*lt|t * Stolen **A*. , as learnei that four suspicious look| OF MILLINERYC OODS FOR THE NfcXT 30 BAYS. I Will Sell at Cost for Cash ail- Trimmed Hats aftd Bonnets, " '.'* • Seeds, f 7 « Probate Coui-t. J ''Estate ot FpnUie Tfan Wort, et al mi- nOffH'^ardiaVs aflnu»l c«porl tiled, , Estate of Winifred Duncan, i Florence H. Duncan 'appointed diao.* * .. . Estate of Mary J. Pringle, deceased; decree detertniuinK legal lieire\ , of Stella tionnefman, deceased ; jBoJohermjin appointed adrpittistr*- tor. Bond of f 1,400 Approved anto«t r ters issued; Order forl hearing claima before court, " fistate of Michael O'Connor, deceased.; administrator's, annual account rendered. ;.,,,'• ' Estate of Mary A. W6olcy, minor; license granted guaruia* to sell real ea- tate. -Estate of Andrew Frey, incompetent; report ot mortgaginjB'real estate filed by .. * 1 . 1^ A.«.*V fi Btn^ I tf\ ff ' lYlf\1*t" before dar were apparently about 20. One of - ~- "fa large^antity of putty jnst and this was used with the avi««4»«> vv, .deaden the sound, 'leaving the bank 1*6 burglars went ^ tJ^Mttie of Mr. JAmes Steete atid stole *<«$*«?«£ a team%pf horses, with which they »»"« their escape. The sheriff and a posse traced them as far 'ai the Milwaukee railroad bridge over the Missouri. «v$r at 3^** CityT Where the h6rsfes were-teund to *fi almost dying condition, having been driven furiously. Here all trace of. the "men was lost but the officials- .of Kansas .City, are working on the easef aiid think they have learned who the menare,but refuflato giv^ Feathers: Eancy Feathers, . .RibMs, Flowers, Laces, , In fac FOR THE NEXT TfftRtV MISS JfAN'ftA, is in Chargf of my Work Room She is lately from tbo wholesale house of Poliock, Pottibone & OhapMaan 4«« I h'avine bnd a largo expottoneo can give you sttti8facU6U and oil short Now is the time and •"' ' ( PHELPS WAB MlSREPOftf ED.- He ftenle* the. Ulplomatle Break Credited 1 ,' -to Him. . ; '' BBKLIH, ^ovVaS.r-In an interview yestcr- day.Minister Phelps-wiid^tbat he had received a number:.of cable'dispatches-inqulr- ing about his alleged attack on Count von _„ ,„ ,.. . t rcnprivl. He expressed himself as surprised Estate of Stephen V,R. -Johnson, de- at the 8fcoty As a matter of facVto-Aad «.«, *6* »n tt ,aHowU« «™>\^%£%?>^«%AZS. against ostatrf. • 1 ferred to Prince Bismarpk^n ft single sen- ' tenS praising his work as'the unifierof Germany and comparing him. with an old lion whose roat still attracted the world's attention. He thought that the Gepman papers had published correct reports for noHe had commented unfavorably on his Thanksgiving day speech. •guardian add order . confirming' mort- ' • cage to Wendel Edele for f GOO.' ' 1 •EOBBERYBAMPANT 2 doors west of P, O. n a Chicago Case 1 WHO TAKE No Club* Around There. LITTLK R6gK. Ark.. Npv> " A Man Shot P.owff Because He Made a IWfo- t!o» of KeMstance— T««i Scdunilrelii Get Aw%>, as Ujmal-'-Banfc "Crached^ at Liberty, »Io., That Net* the K$rglars About »12,000—Scared Off While There Was Still S10.OOO to Steal. CfllCAGO, Nov. 88. -About ll:3q iftst night three masked men entum} the saloon of John Campbell at 4<Ki3 Armour Avenue, and w-ith dmwn revolvers ordered the people pr.'scntuto throw inTthcte- hnivda. - One of tl\e HH-ii tliu.s hcW.up was John Cane, . of 4014 n,cnrl>orn strt-i-t. Cain; threw up liishunds'with.the resit .of tlw frightened crowd, but at tile &\nie" time tried to get near.enough to one of tlie robbers to grab ' him. Dfviiiing Cane's purpose'the man ^'leveled his revolver at Cane and fired. The bullet struck Cane in the abdonien, pro? ducing a fatal wound and he. sank to the unconscious'' and bleeding.. The of David Chirk, a farmer living near Sommerville, was destroyed by fire Friday and a child 3 years-old perished in the flimes. Clark and hisNvife gbing out had left inthe house two orphan children, aged.5 and.3 years. Neighbors hastening to the rescue after seeing the flames werelpietby afew cious-bulldog, whic,h prevented them from entering. They cafted to the children to come out, the eldet chil<J obeying the order The other, too excited to understand the danger it was m, remained in the house and was burned to death. Death of Abby Hutchlmon. NEW Yoj*E,-Nov. 38.—Mrs. Abby Hntch- insDn-Patton, wife of Ludlow Patton, died in this city on Thursday evening, Nov. 34, after a brief illness; the immediate cause D£ which was a rupture of one of the blood vessels of the brain, - Mrs,. Eajton.and her brother John were the last J shall offer for sale otie of the l " " • ' " v '• • , ; i ' r largest and best selected strides ot HOLIDAY GOODS and TJQYS ever sold in Marshall at prices so low that you can, afford to buy them. r Gptne _^arly and get yout choice of the m 5 j^ 1. —--^.- bargains. •" G. H. GREENE. brotherJoiinweretmsi^«u,»»v ia ».,--, Save money by buying vour boots famous HutcUin^u: fewUy of singers ot 1 and ahQ»» at Grace Brog; New' ^* n—« i , three robbers evidently fclarmed at their handiwork made a simultaneqn* rush for "the door. • ' ' 'Had Bobbed Another Saloon. The proprietor's' son, James Campbell, drew his own pistol and running to the 'door 8r$d two shotsi aften thg fleeing men, buttnemen^got kway. The police were hastily notiijpd. They did not flnd'themen, but they found that Cane was not the only victim of the r-ohbers. It appears that at ~ 11 o'clock last night the same band of men had «*nterred the fealoon of James H, Voitze at 509, Thirty-ninth*treet, and robbed the proprietor of the contents of his cash drawer. From Voitzp?s place they must have gon,e direct to Campbell's- saloon. .- -.. A BANK. _ Buckwheat, aud all kinda; of oastom j rgrinding done at C. A. o Cheaher'a mill. Freab pysterVjH Cpnoingham 1 *. brace 'Bros, carry a lull line or staple gtoce'ries, AU goods -new and freah. ' you part' your vdar- babies in t Will with ling ' sickness, or call on your dT Dr. Shartfsteen's Lavender t *nd-A8thm*tio SUQe^SSFOL ROB^ftY OF - lor Jent h*QIA«A«| »(«*^iC*™ "»(•"— - 1*14 ft I* eave livea -when doctors fail in 'Mena- branoua Croup. Inflammatidn rf the t,ungs. Lung Fever and Typhoi Fnea monia, also quickly relieves a? d «nrej Croup, Sparlet Fever, W \oopina ,Cough, 8oye Throat. Burns. S «lds a*a r mail? DB, H. kpAKPSTBEN, Fropri •man Baby »« WbeBsbe«MAObU<l,iibA orled for Oartori*. - WluoBbe^eouMlUai, abu dim* to Oartori*. 171m it* h»d ahMren,«he gave them OasJort*. SfCts perlbi Under wood A COB. AT J, BKIiT—Mj "store on Slata streot, the _-,.:£r"r™ F , i * _ _™ « Ma-pihftM * r ** Mri ****' w f*****i Have a large stock of -«' • - - Happy AJfcd content is, a-home wkh "-Th? Rp- Chester; a ^|np w 5th the lifcht of the Tfji^EftTv^ Mo,-, -Nov. '28.-»Four cracksm'en with the use of dynamite and the latest approned j-oois f ucceeded, in cracking the big safe pf th^ JVsti NatioQaibank,«fihis c«pt." W. A! iDbott," who city Saturdjay. iight, and secnrimva-BUimuf 1 ^th-messrs. PewavaJ^and gj money which» though 'it cannot be'fixed I ate,-and ' *" T * . - . . , • ii' A.S . „* *v« «»_ I nvta. D.U 4eifimtely J ficjalaof SSS^T^rSKK^s; FS^- Lp 52&SSfS»jBS • or-onefV 1 «,\rftv lief ore they hftd completed f- $*^§W'wr--'Tf' *KE^~ •§ «»^k».* wJJrtjSi *««• SSEiraS&&»?Sffi^Mm «g«js*^A«s^^*"•**»* -ault oftosate, in WA^ w*iH<OQO more, I *S» * *• Cincimti,; Jactsoi & Mum Tim* )»l)le, 5*klng effeot Sept. 12, li«2,^ Trtdns paa^ Marsh*!! M followtf: f raAJWs aoiaa «A»T. Ho. 88, Toledo Bxwe«. . , I 1 ociU Freight ..... .......... cajgun 901x9 WBBT. AND FELT GOODS. . . »t Toledo ww ..,*,, at Houj ehoea. E«ry,pa» .iQen. ?Mf.AK* ankao.waj .am^le*et.ther*?ma9d»o« «" r • • • _.i. t _-— -— t • ,JJ Q master whsj is , wanted* " ,• -- . -stock of i flxtwet w»d ""i.~ »' wen v bank, tid entered the '*ank by uieans of lock which had, - A loaidatMs •-**** fiW ; Pitcher^ Castorlat We carry a fine-stock of JSSSSJS?** .-.",-_ wwv ^NH*W!BW^^* fwf *RpIy wir. <3ffl* gww.wap iUiA»ciloi*w4r fflBftafel-y" ; - -> -^^^A^^h'^^^^^J^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i^^ w *" : " >- - -"' - <-2*™ —f^ T^-^IU^

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