The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 3, 1892 · Page 4
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 4

Centralia, Washington
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Saturday, December 3, 1892
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• v ,«<* '} • i) ! I w FiNl$I^WRlTTfeti," Jpo^tlnnea frqitf %at J^n,] , DJBEBS 3,1392 *. .« « , i K y/, ter. * 80ft,EdWa. > tittle fcasbeen pr third gon and tfie youngest daught •; Miss Hojen G<mid. ' -^ eldest daughter, howc^r,* thotigh tJOtftttotablo sodietyWoman te well known in society and trcll known in good works. Gffcorge Gould, as is vf etl known, fell in love Win and married, Edith fcinfedon, an actress. The was no secret marriage, no aristocratic nonsense of any.kfnd -about it, Miss Klhgdon was A worthy and beautiful * o ,^jj%fc.« Gofcld madeuphts mlhtlthat (Conner was a v shajp fellow and made him his broker— fe position, worffiftrom 1500 to SS.OOUadftyt The claims weans Conner's keeping and ' Is- lie Worth? Thatia a hard fjitestlon tonnswer, but fromflgtifes which nre 1 )illcge«:rtoj|jc eor- perhaps are flpprdX;lTnateiy so, it flg ?2 5 ? lrtn then % h ^rhdod of O. Of late ypnta lifs fortune has ncreased rapidly owing to~ Ins enof mous income fifota hift holtlin^ 9 t \\>,tem Unio» ^ina stock, to say nothing <if his invostments in beads/. His Incohife from •thwwi Oitye asurc^ alone cnh not na'vfe fallen under $.%(XKVOOO a y«ir, ami hatt probably exceeded that ninoufit '« ,» loji essrs, Percivnl and Hatton, Real Es- ate and InsurSBoo Brokers, DOS MoinCB, owa, and is ono of th& best Known aud most reflpected business-; mettdn that ctly, eaysi "I can, testify to the good qualities of ehambctlttuCs Coiigh RcrnedV. Uavin»r used it in my family f Or the past eight years l can safely say it has no . etjufil for ' 8on HIS LIFE, the Black her, aiid 'Mr. 'ftould n««Cl "TA"""^* , tha * ls » model for a . number of American nabobs^ who would have scorned such an alliance for their ' ° re * bo ™. welcomed his son's wife tohfe ' Z^J m< ? hom<f - ** fftct Mr - Gould was a good deal of an American. '*• SALIENT POINTsTlN The Deal In, the Erie and Friday Affair. : ; As the.Btory of .Gould's Erie and Black . Friday Infamy has been told for yeara by the press, It probably wftuld be well to see what Gould says about Erie. He seldom talked, much less about himself, but he fa on record an talking fjeely O n a few occas- ^ v ions and a few years ago was one of these Occasions. He said: "My connection with the Erie road la being constantly .misrepresented. I found out that Mr. Drew was selling the stock short, He was right as far as the intrinsic value of the security was concerned. But the company could not possibly consent to ke«p in the board of directors a member who was depreciating its property. It was accordingly resolved to keep Mr. -Drew-out. Mr. Vanderbilt and myself had a large amount of proxies which were given us on the understandine that Mr. prew was to' be kept out. Meanwhile be got around Mr. Vanderbilt by a back door and managed to gain his connivance!, and Mr. Eldrtdge. president of the " M^rwl 1 ^ ^P* a vacanc y open for him, • Mr. Drew was put in. "\VTjenIleft the board I natatrafly de^ manded the money owed to me, Tnd all the more peremptorily as the securities upon Which I Itfaijed it were bj* no means of an available nature.: When Igpt po^sesgJibn of my money and left the company I be•gap to sell ?hB-stock short' Being no longer a member of .the concern I had a perfect right to do this, and: I sold a good deal of stock. One day I remember Mr, iJischoffaheim was talking very loud and ? • Jx°& stxt y-o>e 8<5ld, seller three months. for60,000 shares. -.1 sold him < the lot and took It In ai, short time afterward In the nelghborhpod of-forty/. The great flnan, cier used to narrate, such episodes -without so .jnuch as. a smile of satlgf action. . • HadNoTtjne/ppCoptradiuUoii. Mr. Gould naturally had many enetijies , but the fact did not seem to worry him Sajd he not long ago; •^• ne v w tak^ notice "'"haflssaid about me. J am credit and abused,for thing*, I-haw never. . It would - be idle' bir my part to at,> to -contradict n<jWbpaper aud street rnmors. My operations in .Wall ^treet Me' ..- nmch less important fehatefe generally SUD- posed, especially now. L feel snug and aof . colds or ctt>up.' T ' 25 and 50 .pent bottles foir sale at Greene's druc sforo. , .' MARSHALL IMPROVED ' -flhindny patenCoontalng lao'Atrppia) Bare and aftfe' carp for , Drunkeness, o Morphine, Opium, . Cocaine aind Tobacco^ Habitr For treatment and explanation of the Gold Cure consult Dr. L. E. Gallup at his office in the Cook block. Patients treated privately if so desired. You can always find the best Cigars at Greene*s Drug store, 0 largest stock HYPE'S Drugstore subject to a discount of 10 gas for coo*,* and Wing E^erienceProflvesTheADVAMAaE.ofGasFor pve Cl Safety, Cleanliness, *rOver ,75 GAS SPECIAL REDUCTION IN GAii i FIXTURE* jf i . ' • •• . . "•^W'wP • •*%'• ^vlfllb^Va Sept. 1st 1891 to April 1st 1893. .-. ' IfV t» M*. TIM*. II fm MCVW V M. «.• : The Call and Try Them. ~~ - ~ - r -- - - • ' ' • • *«^ only safe, sure and reliable Female Pill ever nffi>««i *« Dffllcal Co.. Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Motta Ways at G, H. . Ladies are invited .to eall ancl test them to take much active fn- eef In the market?. Employer si iS- d a large number pf brokers ma^*, the ob/eifc of This long esperionce and a, careful atudv of ne beat methods eiiaWfeg i^«« »"— —~^ ,_\Vft h»v6 visited the game ofllcea every w.eelsalw the past tweoty.flve years, ™ We are prcpureil to ahp-w succeiisfnl results in tteatlns d «e ft «« 8 of the liver, hear™ InnS "£«£ - « Gould £till -.niaintain that „—„_ _ good-deal to dOjWjLtl j. 4fa»st«r8 of "Black Friday.? toaay that Gottld furnished Chi "!»• ^Ority ojt tite plaintiffs ^a» the only person thj owsWsljusInesa.and youteve nocae* M4««fl «eov«w *fio,«!rtafe«t WBJ «*i JACKSON FAVORITE _jO.G,C. WAIST r J2 IsiBUd) worn by women ta H U M P H REVS' 'Bfa Fall$ Rayta? '^^^W^^^^p tr " Worm F£»er, Worm la-gyww^i^jefewsiitj ^fiasERan foi? flttiBg at State MARSHALL. MICH W THi J-^.1 f ^_ a fff- t\ i . ^^jSStSsl4^ *1

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