The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 10, 1892 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Saturday, December 10, 1892
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4 j ' T e f i «i • ' * 1 *• ?, jj THE DAitY. <ia.EONIOL]J!;;iPJE:CEMBBR }fl. .,.._.. ^... '•'*••' -V p -'-••' 111*1,.11.1. ,111 1 ii ' nifl ntj^-.i nn -»' '» " 'A- rftgheBt, 8<J, lowest, 20, 'neBl» 8 «i K»W»OM •»«» . , By registering tnermometet for the last «4"hQt»ra. _____ Rev. J. t W. Rawlinson isf confined to the botise With nervous chills* 30 to<-M. S. O'Keefe's and seer the hand painted china for sale?" ( Qn accdunt.of the sicknesVof the P* 8 tor C, E. Brooks will preach at the Methodist chutoh tomorrow, morning. Gottleib Rutz, a German aged 79 years, who lived eight tnilea north of AlbioB, was killed by falling from a wagon on Wednesday. His neck was broken by the fall. -.>..„ Mrs. J. C. Floyd, returned missionr ary from Singapore. Malaysia, will give till! Ibft electric liglits will luj for the first time toufght.' •« .b$6wc < H ,teetrtrt>s al the opara house Monday jiight. ' Marriage liwns'o 5 ! issued Wee. O: Gftnrles A.' Puiltttrt and tfcarV M Per 1 rjne, both of Tekonpfia. W. T. JUtafrg opcwipd his new store this mO'rniii#7 Ho has one of.lftA'fino^t drug store? Jo Ihe state k The C.nmmerqjjjt SsVviflg* Hunk will send far Worlds Mr souvenir coins for any who may deffio. theny The ban,k will furnish them ftitho regular prices, o$« doltnr. . W. 11. t'ortort -Or, Marshall and Tost.* day. ,Mr« Porter was on \?ffi\ whilc^the doctor ami po-Uma-.tei^ wore supposed to bo p'n ft political .raisKion W. H. Gray'was arrested in this ycsterdriy morning for, obtaining a puir^ of. shoes umlter falsfe prrtnnsos.atslftck- son. il« was also charged with boating a board bill and/getting^ suit of clothes , • i 11 * * ' IB in the center store of the Southworth-Houston block. f-r Keep An Eyo Out an address at the ^Methodist church Sunday evening: 4 All are cordially invited to : altend. ' " ;- % • Mrs. C. 0. Eools wilt not speak in the Methodist church next Sunday morning. She will not come, to 'this cijy as announcod in yesterday'* papers Has been 'unexpectedly called without pay'ri'g; for them, lid : wag bound,over for trinl in tho Jackson Circuit court; • . Another scheme, whlcli needs the Gup- port of O. A. H. men to nfako it ^ut'ec^S' ful, is being worked iu the state, . Par- as she home. ' l?he massive steal cage used fpc the perfor'manee of thelioils fn "Under the Lion's Paw" iff thirty feet in 1 diameter, fonrteen feet high* weighs 6,000 pounds and was'.made especially for this production. B[A series 6t meetings will b^ held in English in the Evangelical church in Marshall commencing Sunday evening, °Dec. U, 1892.' Rev. W. A. Koehler, of NUes, Mibh., will assist in the mooting* All are invited. . Rav. James Gorton, of Tecumaeb, Mich „ will preach in the Umversal.s church .tomorrow morning and even ing in exchange with the pastor. He annpunceB his discourse for Uie evening> "The Roman Catholic church and 4 he public school." ' The second victim of the typhoid fever atTekonsha was bulled on Friday, being Mi33 Gertie thayer, a very estimable young, lady, prominent in "<jhureb,and fraternity work. • The phy v sioians of the place seem to be unable to <jqpe with the disease. s TheRev.\R- A. Wifthtman, presid , ing el4ef of ttte Methodistlehurch, died suddenly at hi\houie in Albion this morning atone oVoqfc. He started for the depot last-eveniog to leave the city, hut not feelingxvery well changed his mind and ret^nedstolhis residence and • died a few hours later,^ Heart disea-'e is supposed tp^have been the cause of his deitth. the district Good TempVara will convene in this city ^ec. Utn at I. O. G..T. hall: %ey. Harry B. White, Grand v PhieiI'jTemplar of Ohio, will be here • ou.tbat ocuasion-and remain over Sun ' day," He will's^eak before the Good gjemplars at the '-Baptist church Saturday evening next, fia that pulpit Sua day morning and conduct a qmon ser- evening 9A the Methodist Harry ^ While is one of the ies visit local posts and get whit is sup- )09od to "be a write-up of each i>ne, signed by the- well-to-do veterans. In a few days tho supposed write-up appears n feJic form of a promisory noto' In an interview 1 With A (Jrnnd. Ua'pids reporter Parson rArney saj'ft 1 . "I .bnve given up my string of liorsts and left the Methodist: church," said the parson, I' aui pastor of the- Congregational church" at Lake Odessa. W« have n new ohurch buiUtijiS that' wil.l bo il«i catod about Christmas •liino. 1 get enough salary so I cun live ujuJ am just 'as orthodox a< I ; ever was.,,, 1 suhl my horses—not because I tt'ouah'- !l wrong: t« k'jop thetir, but- Ivciimt; 1 n< longer need thorn to'si^Msit tin; in !»uyi»i my debts Tiitty s«rvt-d :i very UM t'tfl purpjse, but now that ihews .jJiirti<:(i1»r lulss-ion i.s over I febl Uiat tii<3 deiriiiutjo of the ministry sib uvtuiter. 'I ui \er fonnii. unytlii,u{j in my Bible that *uu! wot own* ;i irultiny hui.-f, but 1 llVlVi: .foUUtl SliU.MIli'lifH- i-.»IU'.. M) \jr judgnieilU p:\-~- -! UUiliLlrilyW. i>«- iirs. 1 ;iiu on ' my w:\\ where I sU;ill «oudu-:.-t :i t- vival anil 1 hope t.) luanc Jfothing ma^es a more/Suitable Holiday Gift than a pie/e of furniture. " . .CaU and see the handsome Parlor Suited Bedroom Suites, Chairs, Stands, etc.; etc. They are 0 "out of sight" and very reasonabbe, F,B.SNYDEB. or One lli A >. i UIHI-. ).':. x'U.fey -i i" ''ijj.M'v ittiit . ik The only-tremble isrcp.i>riftV l'roin.rihiart,.-a. freight <l;ivision pyiat t'fi'ty. -iai,k«> vr.est of starve th«"'ji<:>v oiievator. Hid uj*;uis are biiu i'roili other to- Seeuis ji Dispatcher .£roiutjt, of ihu Kw-k, Inland .division here, claiuis'ttt have i-iuji'toywl t^-<ilve pew m^n 'jestti'ilay t.o tJiJiii <Uu plucts of the striking opwautw. 1'Uy tagffit operixtJDEt* at O,Mcit»i, I<uj cjmr VVOIKI jfa- terdav. Fi'eig^t tr.tliia an- dtl.ijetl and pubs\-nger' trams frc iiu>ilu}!s "U station 'ageiitrt' ON And Faincy feathers. e OF MILLINERY GOODS OR THE tkXT 30 DAYS. An exchange says: "Look out for » cannterfeit silver quarter that bas recently appeared." It Moated, 1892 and ia an imitation 0,1 one made at J4ie fectf and^-the fe**we*»eSriy. 6 weighs ltw* «»8J^V ^» JSenn' and the^nly fl^w is in tiie ring Is'dtopped. It is *o perfect, thatft»« _T. (iranl'i\vood" jani, corner of State ant} Hawiltofl streets,, X.»rj6?t ^Bdbegtiotpf wopdm tiw^cUy. 35-ote tbe^prfpes: Oak; r %3 per jg§rd; fl &fff-beaeh, raapio, *«i|'hu?U"ur> Full measure free to m ueed nf.wood eivu niy a IWill SeU at Coat for all Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. oroods, fancy Featheis,. , Flowers. ; poi^as'tbe one de- rejwlUy : is?¥charsM^ ^ ' doors west of F. O, tiae lowest . A, - AH aw due me up to JSTvy*IS

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