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

Centralia, Washington
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Saturday, December 3, 1892
Page 3
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THE 1>AILY CHKOtflOLfc, DECEMBER MfcftOftOLOGlCAU Local meteorological report taken by St. H. ffrfcenft todajf at Greene's drug stdre. '. ,./ 41 38 tJAROJCETKR. 29.010 .,29830 S9«50 W w w • Highest, 43, lowest, 32. By/registering tnermpuieter tor the JAsi.24 hours. ... *n ^ * BREVITIES. 'J.'B. Greenmari, o^-Battl'a Creek, was / in this city today. ? x •• • In the third act of "Undef thV Lion's o Paw,"' a mammoth menagerie tent Is -erected thai'stretched from wall to wall and entirely covers the stage. f Dr. G. H. Bosley, brother 'of W. E. '•Bosley, of this city, died very siiddeply at his home- fn New York City this " morning. Mr. Bosley leaves for New Tork this evening. Marriage licenses issued Dec. 3: George H. 8nyd,er, of Tekonsba, and Cora Billings, of Clarendon; Eli J, Needham, of Eckford, and Millie A. Bartlett, ot Clarendon. . W. 'H. Balcom, a Marshall bo,y 21, jears old and a former breakman ofi( the C. tf. &' Ml road, hts just-beoa pro mated io General Yard Master of. tho ' F. & M, road at franklin,. Ohio. * L ' "* ' Rev. I^erman Burns, who is assisting ' • RevvTaber in the revival s'ervicos'at Uie .. __JBaptist .cJuufih, will preach . tomorrow; . morrow both morning and evening ami Mr. Jacobs, of Chicago, will-conduct the singing* A cordial invitation is extended to-all. Services at'-Gracr, church, Universal- iet, tomorrow, as follows: Morning; 1 .10:80 Bormop on '.'Unobtrusive* Religion." Evening l at seven o'clock by re quest a sermon on ".The Heart-keeping of a Mother." The public invited, ——Strangers welcomed. There are tnree important times, in a man's life-—when he is born, when ho marrios and when he dies. And even then his own importance is overshad owed by the curiosity to know if he is a boy or girl, what the- bride wore and what he left in his will. Vain man, you don't cut much of a figure in this world. Everything is-all ready, now for the electric lights as soon as the carbons arrive. If they get them Monday the city Will be lighted in .the evening. The machinery is run a little every day now atuL-Worfcs tery nicely, The power seems to be very even and competent judges say that we Will have a very nice even light. "'On account of business:-interests at Ionia that DemandJhie personal attention, Capt'. Stevenson, qi the^Stajes- , man,.will be compelled to,4lii;ud aeon ' aider able part ofjcbe winter at his-old home. In his Absence W. H. Arthur, . who has taken an 'interest in the busr ness, will have charge' of the, editorial and business management of the Statesman. - " , • Frozen potatoes caq be restored to palatableuesa by peeling them ana letting them lie in a cool place with plenty of ;: cold water • poured 'over them. In twenty-four houraall the sugar'Which • . ha» been formed during the freezing process will .have been removed, and the potatoes can now-be boiled in fru#ti , waiter and will be found to bo perfectly •^ palatable. '. * '[ - -The Allegan Journal of Dec. 3, Don ; , Henderson's pape^r, quotes our item regarding the severe wipter"fifty years ' ^ '"ago.and adds the" following: ° The WIE-, tar of 1843-4S 1 - was the'severest ever ex... periencBd by the pioneers of Allegau conrxty. T^e snow f|ll was so great as 19 ltenJ$B^J|ie" Ughwayj-t-«oeb a* these were in ^ofe primitive^ dftyf^aloioet or quite impassable. The p«o>l,9 were 6tilj ...-t—"'4^111 wild esA bankiifg"apd "Undef the Lion's £aw"' ftarry'their own private baggage car to transport all the paraphernalia used in the production. * " ,- » The 'annual meeting of the agricultural society Monday-at the hall in the Stuart block, at which time the officers for the ensuing year will be elected. We trust that the society will see to it that the secretary.i's paid a sal* nrjt-^-thttt will come somewhere near compariog with, the work 'done 1 . "SeV" oral' counties ' p*y~ HIT, secretary of co inly fairs $200, .which is little enough lor the work performed. . We have not consulted with Mr. Cummings, the secretary, to get his idcab on the subject, bht we kfiow the work he litta done in worth more t'uau the salary ussually allowed.. „ . The annual meeting of St._ A)bans lodge, No. 30, F. and A. M., was held last evening.' The following officer were chosen fof the ensuing yea^r: W. M.r-S. F. Df,bbma. S. W.—J,M. Moses. J. W.4-W. F. Hindenach. , ISec'y—Jdhn Wiseman. Treas.—C. E. Gorham.' Si D.—W. S. Simons. J^D^—G. W'. Cary, *, . , Trus'tees—J. R. Cummings, C. S. Joy, T anies Ball. - - I Chaplain—J. M. Getchell. Stewards—Geo. Wilson,R.S. Rowley. Tiler—John Adams. • To the .Editor: . • • - 8 Some time since I wrote an old friend and successful business man and asked \U advice about increasing Christmas rade. L endorse his reply, which you, will please publish. Yours. Most Truly U. M. MERRILL. • Do ydu/advertise in your local.paperf W&etfcler you do or whether you don't, ee to-it that the .natives are mnde aware of the fact that you have thtl handsomest goods in town, Tell them bat anything purchased'now will be >nt anido if necessary, without acy harge for storage. Or, that deposits will be accepted on articles to be bought at,er on. Also hint that you will wiil- ugly suggest what is most suitable as a present for this or that person, where uch information is desired. But paT- Tcularly-imprtjss upon the surrounding nhabitants that you will esteem it^a avor if they will giva you a call apd in- pect your stock, even if they do not w int to'buy. We, the undersigned, do agree to close our markets Sundays from "Dec. Bst, 189:J to May 1st, 1893. Also close at eight o'clock duriiijg the iveek, except Saturday's. ">• B. p. TALMADGB. • w . r J, S. Cox, JR. , -y n . , JOHN HJSRTKORN. -• ' GBO. COLUNS, JR. Marshall, Now 80th. 1892, v The Place to Get Wood Is at "C. T;,Grant's wood yard, corner ol.Stata and BbimiUon streets.' Largest' and best, lot of wood in the city Note the prices': Oak, $2 per cord; slabs, 50; beach, niaple aud.hickory, $2,35. measure guaranteed. U^liv^red Free to any part •," e>f city promptly When in need of wooij givfrjno a call, ,. • \ • C, '£. GRANT. . Jjiriua Raub.haa opened a billiard and i>ool roooj iij the Yogel -store; 207 East State., stjjeet. Everytbiegii-ifl new and first qrasa. ^un^hes served at all timed. R..Butier keeps the largest etock of crockery and lamps m the city. -^^ -••• ~*,-~~il.^.>*,, ••»!• in ' la ordfir Co make 1 room for new will sell wall paper at cost. ~ 'with the bttsjnesa men of tfcsMaoe, and Grand Rapids w«re of little iiap,ortaiice iu 184348, comparUig very fayorSbiy with Attegao points. " One or two pleaaant rooms to rent, with pr without board at Mrs. p. B ' ^ 1 Will' move into the ........ ..,. .... • r- , _ . . . ( . .- . store of tlie Southworth- * )..'., 'j '-.." . * * Houston block December 5. ' ' ' • s '" ' • ' '• .n Holiday adv. For Qxie "Week Only Off ON FELT HATS And Fancy Feathers.. Miss '-p. Keliey. ""?- MBcJ^biw is or <jaU QH your drmegisi/for Sharpeteen's Lavender Asthxnutic Balaam,, medioin*. thai lives when, dootorg f aiil in JM em- QU^ Crowp^ Inflammatioo t -t the t-uugs, Luii^ Fever and Ty phoi i Pnea monia, also .quickly relieves a;i^ cnjres droop, gb, or Sore Throat, Burns. S wide am< afllictionb, 85 and 50 cents o About December First sh^ll offer for sale one of the largest and best selected stocks of HOLIDAY GOODS and TOYS ever sold in MarshaU at prices so low that you can afford to buy them/ Come 4 , early and get yout choice of the , -T> Q bargains. . . G. H. GREENE. O O BURLINCAME & DAY'S WOOD YARD, Wher yoja get the beat Wood on the market at the Lowest Prioes, Office in rhe Old Sheridan B.aildiDg, situated between John , R. NSlls'. Give us a call. f HETKeO FA.AG. THE RED Ft AC. i O Lt F Ba* 414 EamewalatoTe. at Jto - nqutre o| O.J 1 . -^ P, i8 Jtodient w ftST__' • VV^K^*V .... JM aodtbe »»ua>af«M80.,. w«i»ftoderl)jS'! ^rSfiM^ «-.- Foond. Yery pteMftnt J 51? aorth ride ot SwitiM, -,?*- 1 .. ™ *j"_ ^ *' t.*M*&:

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