The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on November 30, 1892 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Wednesday, November 30, 1892
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•Trt if? "•;•?->*•>;.>'. "* i S "%"K2.*'' S H¥n»|i'J "S-5* « ...tV '--i ^ '/.<ulr 5 ^/jf^f^-^v .I"*----•• '•;•" *"'••>•';'%!£"' *?*< hoars.- i The county ,treasurer fs'ftow f [aiing the primary school money .due. I this count?. , ' ' . ,' , John'JWendelli' ol Perririviile, died Jthis afternoon.' Notice of the funeral meter for the will be given later. < ',' Mrs. fl. Gregory and sotf, of Gfego- W. T. DRAKE, 8W i & v« &ro w •«iv"»»» »—— ~ , „, „„ Mrs. Susan HMsey, 40a Monroe street. Mrs. Chas, Vedder, of Mtnhall town- ^ ^ Un}vcrgalist parishi ot lhig ship, a i6»< . ~ • •, , ci ^ traa9 f etre d its property to the Ida Van Cortland will bo at the opSra U| *' vergttlWl Btate convention of Micln- house Dec. 29. *" ' l R au. - ' • The elecliic light lamps arc being I ^ doe(3 not seem to b 0 generally placed in position. J known that the turkey was domestic Nearly two hundred seats have been Lated by the Indians, long .before the, reservedfor the concert this evening. discovery" ofthis continent by white, The'-Robln Hood Opera Co. will be in men, but such in. the case. Battle Cr<sek tomorrow bight, Dee. I. Most people *do not know a plant has Mr. alid Mrs. Arza Robinson-have lungs, but it has, and its . lungs are in ""' - •'•• '"'Us leaves. Examined through a high piwef microscope every leaf will-show thousands uppn thousands of openings, infinitely small, of^course^but each pro in uiauy species, 1 . . Will moye |ato the center ore of the Southworth- aaoiston tilock December 6. Holiday adv. «. •* *• * ^^ J _i_^^__ J __^_y.^^^^^^^^^^ai lyuu. *»*»»• •*••••— ——-— , _ I to Battle Creek, where they Will hereafter reside. Circuit court convenes , It. Is nb$ probable thaib there will ."lUjuish businesstransact^ ^ ''Miss Mary'Aldrlch went to'Battle Credc yesterday. After a visit there she goes, to Rochester, N. Y. There will be'a dance In Peters', Hall Friday evening, Deo. Snd. Music by - Marsh'» orchestra.' Dancing, 36 cents. "Under the Lyon's Paw" w'4I appear ntthe opera house\early In January. In' the play 'Cot E. D. Boone and his den of aeyen lions is introduced. The Turkish government has^ not exactly introduced .civil service Into its army, but It has decreed that no officer bolow the rank of major shall hn ™ more than one wife. WOOB Whtt you got the best ivoo£>on th» market at, the L<»w«t Pri\*«. t^, - Office in rho Old ISheridan BnlldlBB, lituated loti»w.n J,<?h.«^ |^J[ Whalon's and B. R. Wills'. Gtreusaoail. ^ ' "> ar& : coBtinua'lly. and The Ohio Farmer** Agentlomon in this city ^vrol* to the nsurance .commissioner at Lansing relative to the Ohio^nrmerB* Insurance itompanjMind the *ne<Sesslty of .haying ils, policy rew-ntton, and received the, following reply;, Jb^NSiN^, Nov. 29,1892. DBAR Snit-Keplying to yours, of the 28tU iust. - will say that the Ohio Farm ers' having reinsured in. the Bockford, of IlUnois, the Bockford is obligated to •ettle all losses that may occur to policy *"..... iu_ /lu:« U.. ^nio^a' «nrf 111 have \ VVE SOLD ALLOUft I hdlders.of the Quite a number, of the candidates, failed to file a staiement of .their alec tion expenses as required by law. The penalty for not complying is a fine of f 1.000 dr^imprispnmen^ for two years. Marriage licenses issued Nov, 80: Will A, Cady and.Icla M. Hudson, both of Battte CreeV, Lester A. Anderson and Llziie Banks.both of Homer-.George A. Hayne's and Kittie- A. Dorsey, botte cf Homer, The Michigan Engineering Society will meet at the council room In Landing the third week in January. Probably about 50 delegates will be in Attendance, and among other things the subject of better road,s will be discussed at length. Battle Creek Moon: U. beins uudis- .puted that the deer killed near Marengo wai wtame oije aud as the game law does not cover this kind of anmiala it is ' «jpre than probable that the hunters *ill uot ho called upon for the $50 -nne that prStects deer oul of season.' Tb« statements of expep^es' tiled by >he candidates and chairmen of the county committees really showed nearly - f double tbe'amounj, of motoey-4bat was led, a* the cft.ndid«tes turned f their money Qjrer to the CQW- s. ^t is ttated that the money went to pay for political mefctipga-, ' Thu Carver' Windmill V* h» 8 re ' noiaers 01 v»o wuiv»i «»""'>- -—- -case of the inability of the Bock ford to- pay then suit can be brought-against the Ohio Farmers' for such loss and About two weeks ago to a firm to avoid taking them to other towns to sell to the unwarjrand ''-•" ••'• -. » they in tooiL mwt.look to the for the)r rights. Your policy is all rjgbl as it is Yours truly, •5- J. A. MCKNIGHT. Dep'y Com. »loi* VUlwlny »t ao, Nov, 3d.—Mrs. Warner, of , la., nays that, yesterday morning Tlfier"Wnsrattnekwfc in a cab right oppoaito the Victorin hotel, in the'busiest part of the city, chlorolorroed, "and robbed of vali uables worth $600. The bold hJgbjivaymun still pursues hU profession in the suburbs unmolested.^ '^ . 'ceiVed a proposition to remove to Owosso Theoompany worth tbe .„. . Bat tfc'ey can ats to- stay b«re. We ' Death of a Fumou* I'alnter. NEW YOKK 1 , Nov. 30.—Alexander H. Wy ant, the-famous American landscape painter, difcd of softening of the brain yesterday- He was 56 years old, a widower, and leaves one child, a boy of 10 years. Next to George Inness, Alexaiidufc-.AVyaut . «" ft * probably the greatest Americim painter yt landscapes; . ••: t •• What JDld the Gov—?:" CoLWBiA, S. C., Nov. 30.-An iron-clad, copper-bound prohibition bill was introduced in the bouse of representatives Mon-, darby Roprv of Marlboro, tinder direction of the state prohibition executive committee, . . " . • Falrchlld to Get*V portfolio. NSW YORK, iNov. 8D^-It is positively statedSbhat Oharles 8. Fairchild has been •offered an& ^11 accept tb6. portfolio of ?eq- retaryof" tJxe-treasury in' Cleveland's administration. " . • " Ignoring thip,BHr«d ehaj>eron. . It seems to be the proper thing now to utterly ignore the hired chaperon;- Jghe maybe as refined in appearance and as well dressed »s her charge,, but if she ac- j* pay for her services .she seems to i forfeited her right; to any recogni- Jttoik Several inatances indicating this under- j pronounced3n » hotel restaurant. At a Great Sacrifice. Comeaai S3'8 how cheap you can buy. S. V. E. Lepper. ^^ ^^ I THIS WEEK. i. .-'., , Shanahan, . the eonip-ay here,, - - •£ c hweroQ , Seating (themselves" the ^ UPU.^ 'this from *^f^tef p P^^ n iri^^ Hews: A fcw'yeam »gP gW &** l "*' £ W S S& the presence of the quiet, .urianWin tb**4ce«t 8 « f Marshall and I ^j^^ looking p.n4 wen dressed chaperr the"^ undertaker did all the business, [ OB ,_ Her Point of View i» > T ew Yorfc 'te4^wUhl!rw»fii^v _J THE RED FLAG. ;.. •'•assaasS&liisSfess ^^^sxS^^^ot W tefr. •»* * '»1 r . . " _ .^T . .«" _ f\ AAomHgir TW n * hAt»_ niiB I Ml oil 2 Stores. — ^^s^^^^s^w^^^

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