The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 9, 1892 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, December 9, 1892
Page 3
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- ~ »> - CliftONlCtk DECEMBER - "- ^ .Ml.... *'•> A/ffcTtOROLOGICAL /. •> , Local Jrieteorological, taken by ** »-<.»..~.H~' I~AA\- at. firnfttiivH nrttw State* _ at Greene's -S3 85-' 33 , BAROWBTJSft, 28950 25." igeso, , . By registering* tnermotuetor for toe Ia<it24 hours. Mrs. Witt. Katz, a son 1 . ? k ^ , _ Hariison Anus, of <5bicfta;o, is ba this "^"cfiy. t -—-nevr^ ,, Mrs. 15. \W Bo s llon is visiting frlentls . in Homer. ' t Guy Brothers' Minstrels have one" of the best shows on the road, Don't fail • lo see them. * * ' TheHttlHard tou'rnarnent j\t thjj J^lar- ,/• shall* club rbomil'promises to make con: siderable sport for the participants. Please dip not forget iho meeting of t,lie "-• directors of the Ladies'. Library asspcia tioh 'Saturday afternoon at four o'clock. .'" Phillip.Joy lias the eoritractftor put- ; ting in the wires tor electric lights in ••'. the business places and private dwell ''. • ings. ;•. • ' - . . . '' " --... /- •' .'Walter K: Baumsieifi son. of a prom! riont'dcjitist'and collector of Kalamazoo National Bank, hasjUjWppearedj He . obtained, it is alleged, small sun/a Jon -.worthless checks, Cleveland -Plain Dealer: The Star 'Theater was tilled last evening! and Gay Brothers' Minltrcls, lias proved. a draw? entertained a friatids at a^andy paft last ing card pu the start. It is a great com-' pany and the perforrnancelast_evening gave the satisfaction. ' f Col./ E. 1); BPone, who exhibits his seveii Nubian tjons in "Under '.the Lioo!§ Paw," 'is, Without doubt, the > greatest |iou tamer in the world, and has braved, death Jn.a hundred forms. All but two of the lions were captured by himself in the wilds of "Africa. From Springfield. Union: It is'pf'no use to try to report Coqwell's lectures; They are unique. Unlike anything" or anyone olse^. Filled with good sense, brilliant with iiew^ suggestions and h> spiring always to nobte^ife and deeds, Lhoy always please with their wit-, Jl'he reader of; his addresses does not know the full .power of ttie man. '1 he president of the Wisconsin W. C. T. U. home wrote Mra. F. C. Stuart, jai this city, asking her if it-would be possf ble for her to take charge of the new home tor women and girls for the com ing year. Mrs,.Stuart is favflraijle,.!^ v the'k'heme, it bplng'.'w Jiae of vyork. Mrs. Cordelia,C. Moots, of We4t Uay City, state superintendent of'evangelis- tic department of work in the W. C. T. U, will be in our!,ciiy ou Saturday, Dec. 10th, and is to remain during ^ha coming week. B EvangeJiotjc meetings will bo held every, afternoon and evening, excepting .Monday evening. Further notice wrtl be given. The uienibers of the dnion"ary requested to inee t her at the+r,e4denc.e of Mrs. O. .B. Kowley Saturday evenuiK"af7 v 30 o'clock to plan for this work. This noon « team attached to a Juru,per. wagon got frightened by the wagon box being tlirown forward and started r . to run away,. The driver did hjs bestto .control the horses, but wh«a ae^r th» Christinu church they ran into Joho Katz's" Wagon and t'Ook off a wheel, throwing Mr. Katz and the*" other-oepu- out, Mr. K. .was badly bruised, -not .seriously injured. His tea'm, ^to the iRorner of ..State and 'Jgagle i -• ' t * Marriage licensefrisstfed Dec. 8:- Har- Miller ana-Boseytioxi'Wh of Battle )reek. , • x ' '*«s| of ter evening.. • \Ve tindefslala'd that Capt. Stevenson will removt! to o Tonia fans the winter and thivt W. S.'Smith will occupy his h^use. A* hard lookibg (ranip was'hanging around the depot a few days since. He Was 4, lame,- deal, dtwfib, blintjl .and dr'iink*. » $ The electric lights were more brilliant than u^ual last* night. New carbon's and more -power is said to have made the change. \\ The woVk of, paiflting th£ outsida wood work;oMhe court house has been commenced. Hamilton White, of Al- Uioii lias the jol). JackSoa' 1 Patriot; '.It is talked quite freely at Washington that Congressnian O'ponaell iSAlger's candidate for tho- Unitcii States senatorship and that the congressman himself would like mighty well to secure the position. Geograph- •icaliy he is all right aff between Kalama- xpo and Branch counties and it is claimed-that Alglsr knows, just how to secure enough votes to elect him when the time comfls. / 'Jho following item'is going the rounds of 'the, press: The new postal money orders which have v boen ordered by the government "will atoon be issued. In the aew'system ttiere is lit-- tl'e or no complication. Sheets will be issued calling fpr amounts from 'one {W-T. DRAKE, -*.•'* ^ "• • * l> Will moye mto the center '™ * \ store of the Southwprth- Houston' block December. &. Holiday adv. Watch F ? or Keep An Eye Out cent to $3, which,cad be torn off to suit the demand x>f purchasers. The postmaster will have no writing to do 1 The sender simply endorsing it the sa'me as a check or draft. One cent will pay tlio tariff .OB amounts up'tp f3, inatead of live cents as at prestnt. CORfiESPONDENCE. Nothing make^-a^mbr^ Suitablie Holiday Gj|M;han a uteoe of forni-^ ture. ^Oall and see the tpr j^qite*, Bedroom Suitc% Qhairi, Stands^ etc.^ etc. They afe^but of would be, if it contained ydung gentlemen the equal of their young ladies, olio of the most delightful of places to visit in the state. But some of the' young men lack education. If they could go out of their town to cities like Marshall, Battle'Cr$ek or Albion they would their hoodlum ideas and become honorable rupreseutatives of their otherwise- progressive town. "ONE OF TUB TUKEK To llie Editor: . ' Will you allow "the light to so shtiu ' in the col urn as of the GIIBONIC%E thai ttc managers of the opera bouse will bfr shown their duty in the .interest of thin- dear public, and some of their uiicouth ways made -clean,,, - Uoors and hiuges can be oiled, latches Of iron, old enough 10 vote, cast' be re placed by those of modern improvement so that wben^one patron makes an exit from the hall everyone else in the place .will not be disturbed. Stairs can /be padded inside the house. Strips of matting can be laid in the/gallery.' The back door can be made a 'me'ans of exit, tic., etc.. Let;the CHRONICLE light sp shine that they wifl b'e made to appre ciate a sight" and very reasonable, F B.SN1TDEB. FELT HATS ' >, • , ..-».<. And fancy Feathers. v,, t ••..-•. Miss D. KeUey. ," • * .-.- -•,.:•.. * ^ . • t/-« streets, where the turned, and^he otiier tea,ia wiis street,'pp other dauiage -'"-CfcaYlQUe waa over i - .r II 1 ' TUe Place to Get Wood ' . ji ~ '• ' .. . • . j Is ut €. T. Grant's wood yard,, Corner of St'atg 4ud I|aniUtpjj atr^ets, Largest best lot of, wood jn the city. Note prices: Qafe, 1*4 P<er -cord; blabs, t-beach t maple jiu^i nisasure'' guarauteed. any part ef^ity " > a{n. need of wood givor-mu.* cal|, Jfall stopped,, fhe t . Q^, pr two , pleasant roonia to reftt," »jet-back-, io id ,to with, or. witjhouti boarii at Mrs, • ' I ; ha^« all the season^ iee bills made out *nd woigd b§ plea&ed^o settle. OF MILLINER GOODS OR THE NtXT 30 DAYS. I Will Sell at-Cost fop Cash all '^^ ^ • ^ ,. Trimmed Ip.ts and Bonnets,'« "'; AttlTntrimmed (roods, •"- ,i _ • ,Fe|ther&: ' RibMsrFlowers, fact jeojj»c|i purcbased itwets ipprpveBi«fit|!pjujawy till s by prQceediflgs were by an' iojunfctJ eervedouthe city treasurer- Tb«e Evening Jsfes news staud ase " to call iettpr aod otfeej s," owe me on-the t W, A. Bar»e& T.(3. * ™ ^tiP ^-imi& p. |B, ' WallPaner the Stools: —i.

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