The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on November 28, 1892 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, November 28, 1892
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. .-h , -, ;• , •, • -• THE DAILY Ctti&NICiiJ, .1* . 28. ;f I > X . 30 84 S3 39.S80. 2SJ.300 WfitD. ' Satur- M. £ Vary went to day to Bjpiend Sunday. .; ' * Andrew CnVystal c?^«fct«Jiis brother Highest, 84, lowest, 28. • • ..*' By registering tnerniometer tor me -*~' hours. .. -. _t w „ BREVITIES. _„_ f • *f_ .'* —in, A. C> <5iil is'visit'ing at S. Vi B. W. T, Roy Town will have the jQb of trimming the afO lights When \ho city Is lighted by electricity*' ~«__; Arthur Seymour, of^ Ann Afbor v Bpcntfcunday with his gisten Mrs, Alber^Buck", of thistsity. " .Judge Frahk A.-Hooker, of Charlotte, has- filed with th6 secretary of state •* * UUre ?°^ slbiw statement lo the effect that his b«en filed. :. campaign expeiisesi(amounted to $512.82. ^ Harper's YoungT^opJe for Nov. 22d ,'laa 'Thanksgiving; number, and com- -"-prises twenty-four pages, besides the usual supplement—all included in a beautiful cover especially" designed for thU number. " ~ John T. Rich, Goternor?eleot, Hied a a worn, statement with the secretary of lilate Saturday; In-whicht he avers that the expense of Irtr'campaign was $1,275. Secretary of state-elect Joachim contributed $719; , Attornoygeneral Ellis, 1^057.83; Harrison H. Wheeler, in the ninth congressional district', $095; John , W. Ewing, who* headed the People's ticket, $73, and Aaron Perry, chairman * ' of the sixth district democratic" committee, diBDu,rsed $2.09. Twenty five ptr cent of the gross receipts is all restaufants at the fair grounds are to :pay the ejtposition for 1 the privilege. Thp ways and merfna committee has granted the concession of running ttie, restaurants within the principal buildings to the Gage hotel company pf that city. The restaurants are to be twenty in number, the largest' one to have accommodations for, 11,000 persons at the same time. l'he restaurants are to be of two classes. The prices of one class are to be moderate, while the others will be high. The Rev, A..».« Dobbs. D. D , of New York, will deliver three illustrated lecture* the life and customs of herjufron; thq/sJd country '' liarriage tfctiniies issued Jesse Malarney, 'of Battle Creek, and Mary Per^, of Harbor Springs ; Dr.. Wiltord Snefry, of Manches, B.«» has accepted t«ie presidency vet''college and 'will commence his [labors February 1st. . ' \,> •The'afternoon .and evening dancing classes conducted by 1 Pjtof. Qronk 1 at Arbeiter hall have b'cen changed tiji SatSt- day. afternoon and^ f c^enJng,jn«'te$d of Friday. Today was the last day for the candi dated for county officers ftud the county committees to file their reports of elec- tirtn expenses with the county clerk, J»ut at three o'dok but very few reports had Wiirmove into the center store of tfce Southworth- HCouston block December 6. Holiday adv. WE SOLD ALL OUR A deaf and dumb man was killed two miles east of Albion Saturday afternoon by train No. 5 on the Michigan Central railroad./His name, according to paper* found'on his person, was Henry W. Stetson, of Detroit. » The following item. 5* clipped from llje Ogden Daily 1*081: Judge Miner is turning out a largo quantity of judicial w.ork and itjis of a good- quality. He has "done as much J»trd,|;conBcientious of About two weeks ago to a 22rm east to avoid taking them, to other tomrns to sell to the unwai '•, And. now offer the Orient at the Methodist churcfc on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday ^venings of this week. Subject of this 1 evening's lecture, "Egypt and the Pyramids,*' Tuesday .evening, ^AThousiin^ miles on a camel?i back; 1 '<Wednesday evening, "From Kadenh Barnea to . Jerusalem.", At the close of each lee- ,ture Dr, Dobbs wiM exhibit a large 'number pf curiosities and coatomcs from eastern .lands." Course tickets, 60 cwjtfl; single'adnxiriflioa, 25 cents; child- .yen, half prico/ - Sunday mprnipg Daniel Fnuk, ,i»won who is well known in.this cily P was found d^sad und^r the O., J. & M ^'VitUrQad bridge y?hi,islj spans Rice Creek .The discovery was made, by W. 11 t1 "J£ulp, who noticed the dheriff and coroner,- The body had evidently been there.since Friaay night^af H"wfts,cpv- tired with snow wbileth^e'-wus no snow under rt. A coroner's 'jfiry was im pauulloii and after viewing the remains adjoui iu d uutil Monda'y mornim?. The Kmlv v««- th«n rflmnvnd lo K. II. SnV' —Wffr.y work as any'judge ever on the beiich in this territory. ^ »"'•'' The comet which was billed to do such great things Sunday night w; gcarcely visible and^ is "rapidly disappearing straight above, the earth. It will soon be invisible eyen ~to astronomers, so says Prwf. J. K. Reese, of.-the Columbia College Observ,atpry. A series of speetal- meetings will be commenced in the Baptist church this] evening in which the paster will be aa sistod by Rev. Herman Burns, pastor of theinrst Baptist church, of Hillsdale. Mr. Burns will preach everip evening during the week except Saturday at 7:30 o'clock. .'Everybody ought to keep a scrap book into which to paste the useful and interesting items worthy preserving for futuio reference. Any well bound book will answer the purpose, and nearly everyone-.has some book of this tind that has ceased to be interesting or useful. Cut out a portion of the eaves and on those remaining neatly paste the articles saved for that ; pur- R a short time you will have a book hat you will prize highly. „ The NEW At a Great Sacrifice.; Gonieaud S3e/ How clieapyou,caii"biiy. WEEK. Good 2-Piece Suit $3 & $4. OVERCOATS DOWN AWAY DOWN, ALL THIS WEEK. Junior iTemplars have roor gapizod with a large' membership aud ihe officers for the en.suiug term are: , ' C; T. 1 —Gracie Darren. - ,V. T.—Mabel Parker. , , ' . See.-—Ollie Dean. • "* • .G.iSec.—Dick Ford, Tpeas.—\\ ade Green!.' F. S^-Ned Butlw?. jb'hap.—Rqbbie Peck. „ Marshal—Frenkie Maaou. f Guard—Fred Dowding. "t : Son. -Fjank Whitelam. ',"•" P. C. T.—Willie Smith. Over forty iada and lasses are en rolled and new additions ut eaeh«n*eet.- ing. ' * • . - A - —' ————-; — H ^ ^ fur isitle, A-tvvo burner Duqglwr^gasjQliue but little used, will baSold at a bargain. H. M. MgBBIUL "Seeing is Believing." ~ , V And a good famf .must fee sjmplej yhenitis not simple it ii iaot good. Simple, &fauMv/, Goad— these [words mean much, butto^see *?The Rochester'? wiU impress the,trutri.more forcibly. AU metal,- „ , tpugh and seamless, and. ma"de m three pieces only» it is absoIuUfy'saffzati. unbrealiable. Lika'Aladdin s of oldjit is indeed a,««voijiderful lamp," for its marvelous light is P.wer and brighter than gas light, softer than electric light and more cheerful thaii either. der's uudertAking rooms, where Djf, Houston biade. an examination, but could find no evidence of foul ,play, • being only a bruise on the/ back of tbo bead and on one b»nd both evidently caused by a 1 fall. At the inquest Dr. "ifowton^tiftie^ that bo ba-d made a •thorough exaawaf»o« «M>d ^a bisppip- .Joo Mf , ijrink came %Ws d6atbL-i>y>alL Friday ' worked WTBT Hor»« Show £xb.lblt «t 6bl<jiig;or , Dec. Bth to lp)tb v 1898, s " For tbe above named oppaiipn the Michigan Central will on Dec. -|, 9 and 9seU tickets Marshall, to CWeago and return ftt the *ate L«!f one far? and a third tor the roundHtfii?, limited to re-' turn $ 5 days trom dat fee Haiei Cre»m for cfiapped hands Ijpa of any rohoewwf tNfin. BOCHBSTEI* LAMP € Rochester, 1 f r9J», »|1 thit oouWLbe learned ased accidentftUy fell frpai the while o» his way borne at B. Biutler'B: effec^ of tiae fall and the jury rendered lip that eSect. It was evident . be toad apn» leaves in. one 'band and ' kind were iouad ,»ew , bia head. He pjrQbably wwl« m «fort and caught hold of the leaves . and then fell b»ck and died, either from He lor what into other Stores 8EI THE RIO ' * f __.. ._, .Select and staiidard oyster* »t .Con' thaw is uflthwit better tbaa,to eaturate a ftapiel «Joj* with -te kinds of lreshr%eat c,ut lu ' ' The flnesv ifioe of caaei ia Ibg city at - M. I am cloaiug out coy stock of goods. less than cost, as I^want to eua tbeui off ai l.want to go aoo». I wwb the ladies of Marshall and vicinity, would please give me a call and get a bar^aJn MS*.^ lJEptoS¥. to ibe Gusty Kendall pi we fiwlain'a P«b. . Ifcy it an* you via be eur- it affowUi. Th» . . treatment will cW A@imatJBC8. ?or soosa IOJP Kennard & Sou's fine *hoea. : -^*»**»« ^r« j^-« Pitched CartorJa ' - j ^''-wt'-.^VJl'

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