The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 14, 1892 · Page 3
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DAILT " Local meteorological report taken by 3. H?An*H« todftS &t<Greetie's drag store. tort. tamiroxvfim. ItOQP* BAROMETER. 35 80 84 trt!to. .•II! <. .~*- w w W: Highest {3ft, lowest, S3. * " By registering tnermi-uieter fof tig ' 1 The following games Were ( btayW ftt i&bilfiafd tour rtanmt IsWf nigbt" Tbo figures imoie(t1ftteI/f0ltoM»gti player*' name imtfcattJ the size ot "hi* handicap* Wood— 75-0 1 0 8 0 3 ^ 2 2 3 t'o S 13 8 4 0 5 8 6 2'u 5 6 0 1—75. Gorhftta-76-1,0 OajOltOllllO * • Miss Silvia R6ge«M»f.teattle Creek, is Visiting Kate L. Hirrigaa ,.< Go and sea ftrahfc Tucker, u lh the ,NooIe Outcast Mqnday night, Dec. Ifl. A namlifer of clothes lines bav.e beeh robbed at different tidies within the4ftBi month. „ •The electric light ppleajjor the com mercial circuit have armed and will be .pat up at once. > B. 0. Talmadge Will move hi* meat . market into the buildiDg recently vacat ep by W!T-•Drake. ' N/J. Kelsey, of Leroy, the new reg ister of deeds,' was in this city .todaj looking for a boose to ren.t. / Mrs. C. H. Alexander, ^who has been / risiting friends in this city, returned to her home in Chicago Tuesday. FrankTuoker is supported,with a fine company ana opens his weeks' engagement commencing Dec. 19. Ihe Prank Tucker Co , playing" here, commencing D*c, 19, are highly spoken of, _f be band and brohestra alone is a treat to bear. The Commercial Savings bank is now paying interest on savings deposits that uc-SO-iN. -6 0 4'2 0 0 6- 1 31 ft 1 .J 1 0 0 3 0 0 0VO 1 6 3 0 1 4 0,1 i tf 0 0 I -y. -i ---" ThompSotl-4.00-0 6 0 2 i 4 fc $0 0- S S 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 A 3 8*8 i 2 0 I" S^ 1 Jt t 1 3 G 2-400. ** -,iv Thomjnim^-100— 3 0, 2 0 31 0 &'S D l'<S 214062475112 1, 5 0 <* fo 4 8 1 1 "3 2 3 18 1 eenvin : tbe bank the required length of time. The ofBcers of St. Albans lodge will entertain the members of the 1 lodge and their ladies at Masonic ball Monday evening, Dec. 26. '•'" \ Gay Bros. Minstrels • will appear at \he opera house Thurspay «vewng. This company' has the reputation of giving a first class performance. M\ and Mrs. L. A. Cole and daugl) ter, Pttena. left this morning f^r Tekon 0 2 1 4 o'-t 3 0 1 0 0 0 (7 0 0 0 5 I 0 0 j'—'iO BiKdDW~50-0 9*1 0 1 t'o 0 0,1 1 2 ^0. 002 2'2C.00020^001 :5—i:7. Colomnn-50—Q. 2 20000 1 2.0 6 1 1 * t)gOl4041001«O21t02 »-;*. F Cronin-roO-i-O 3 6 0 2 S 1 :? 2-i^J 0 3 '561221-110 o o \ l o ;j o 2 p 2 i—a*. Colenmn-60~.0 0 .p 6-0 2 0 It 0 Ul 1.0 '2 o\o i o i 0.4 o o 3 q t p i i o i 2 u at'.!: ...j. o":o.o—ag. .- ; -; •- '""'•• .-•' • ' . .•*> Bi) cy _4Q-0 0 I 1 8 0 0 0 f. 0 0 1 0 0 2 !• 071001216000V '.'5-40. Colcman-50-0 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 O'l ^ b 0 0 2 0 0~1-1 606 J 0001 0—2-1. ' . •; J. Doo—75-0 0 0 0 0'4 5 'it 1 2 0 4 1 O 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 Q 3 3 0 8 2 G 0 0 1 2 !) 4 3 1 U, • ,n'cronin~50-Q 3 1 0 0 0*3 -1 5 4 2 1.0 0 21. 0 0 1 4 2 1 4 0 1 M 3 (j 3 0' 0 0-71.' Sotfhwortl 1 -40-'-l 0-101150021 -i 3404172/30001-40. . '. F. Cronin—50-0 110004 3 00121" 01610-001300—25. Wood-75-0 l'0 t -0 i 4 0 6 3 3 8 » ••J.'.l ° -0 'y 4'0 8 1 S 1 3 i:il5'3 it-rli'. '••-.- Albangh-^7a- T 0 0 0 1 0 1 .1 '3 3 1 1, 4 2 O.U 1 4 1 0 1 8 2 8 1 3 6 3 4-65. ' /" Juck^.60--0 061110 31 1 G.t> 000411 r o o o 3 o o «'o.o s o i o 6 o 8 o a o a o a 7 o- *M r?->!i , aba. Tney were called there by the sadden iuness of Mr. Cole's mother. C. F, Voge.1 had a stroke of paralysis Saturday nigl\t. He is quite bad-off, but the doctor things he will pull through unless he' Bhoulu\ have another stroke. Marriage "licenses issued Dec. 14: Williamy.Corie.ll and Sarah E. Healey, both of Battle Creek;\(oseph Chamber lain, of Leroy, and Sarah^A. B'ottomley, > of'Battle Creek. Oft and after Jan, 1st, 'O^he Postal "Telegraph Go's rate to the\>in"cts m Maine, v New Hampshire, Vermont, Maasachuaeits, Bbode .Inland neoticdl will be lowered from 60 ft cents for day messages and frpai 40 • 80 centu for night messages. The second hare<'and bound, run .at Albion Saturday was a great success. \£hehar<Bs, wliipl!' had a live minutes* • start, covered a five mite trail in forty- two minutes* finishing tbiciei n'min'nlfes ahead or the hounds., Mnlholland and Moore won b'rst and second pr>?es re" speotively, bpth making brilliant fi'u- . Smith-65-0 i 6 0 0 0 l 1 U o 0 r. 0 o (J n n 0 0 3 0.1 0 0 1 0 4 0 3 4 -J'U 0 2 1104^01 ~i 5 -85. ' ' ' . '•'-' Ufilemau— 50-0 .0 0 0 l' 3 '0 2 0 7 :! 0 0 4 J 0 n 1 l"o'o (J 3 V 8 0 4 3 3;l te-4it. . \ " ' PoWCtl-108-1 0. 40031 -i-il 34 15 l\-~ 06089.1180353.1154-100. ,. \ ."outhwortb 40-0 2 1 4 0 A 0 1 o-.'J 0 0' 3 U :>,\ 0 8 3 1 i 0 1 3 1 Z i-r '" " FOR 3O offer Fiau os and Or- great sacrifice et lay prices, and iiistruments/ be convinced thalb you.can iiio|iey bybuy^ -J> 4 &ave ,a verj^ larg^ stock and can furnish 4L^7 " ' m • . ' ' , '• ' you;want. Gome [.J.CILliTT. me Kolem-in-30- 014004 81 1 3 0 0 4 8 ii 0-a'J. i 0 0 0 ;! 'l 10 ! J. Doo-70-0 0 *' 2 11 4 3 * & 4 3_1 J 0 7 1-75. Locktvm—ti>—0 1 1 1.. 1 1 -J 0 u i) I) i) .'i 1 •! '-' • ^i 1 0 1 1 0 -3'i. , .' _^_ Miss Critteuileu uUi-n.lo tlio Am. wuddiug itt A.! /1 C\* ' ^<" ^ /•M^^ /$?\sv^ -VW 4 J ^^' this livening. 'i'bo fuuuvul of Sauiuul Ciinuin^! who died ia .Jacks n TuuotUiy, \viU'4> kold in this tjlj Thursday aiu ; nitwu ;" 1:30 o'clock jtt the ' resiy'tuj^c ."of-ivi» •s..'O, T. FLdi^r. jf St, AlbiVtis ;ld(Vjie ,^,'M tire rt'ijtH'fctwl to tyt'efitl, ih<?. «s roiiru TburMluy ...riioriiiuji. jv-t Ii ick for t)Mi purpj^ai!,-* of .uueniapui.!!,- tho remains o'f .xtlutir lnu* broltu-t?, Joseph Louhr, to llit^ «ravo. .-i,'h.!; i«- UBfal procession " will be met by tk : t lodge *it the.cofu«r of |itaii'.-ti'i-i l ;ifi,<, avenue. " tyi far U.IJ;.!H . B SMYDER^S U bii ii g«) '^ boys" to gB . . {f the council bad allowod u private company to pm in tlie elecfric ligti^ plant apd paid the leaetpricw.ptir lauip company tjid* |«8, it would the city " $M*64 fur !"*. twelve ^o'clock light, as we are now bwMJlcg ( f3 lights W& canpqt.say just^.Wfaat tic expense will be M& operated by the utjty, but it is safy ta sj*y tbat it will Qpt^cosi half that aftJOBtnVaQd w* bav« tbe best lighted' «lty in ih^estatec ,.-'\ the inclemency of the of tbe\-tekn-iier tbsU.ti'is State -siriJ'eV for sovt i-.il m- Thf.rB.woul.d bu no^hjec-tii >i lu H Hnju ceftbratioo after the lorrned Jf ttiey k;tutl,4^ [oJiciay , a "more Suitable tlian apiece of fiirmi- '• ;"" ' ••• • *? ^a : tli0 liandspme.Par- Siutes, Ghairs; siffit" and . u.ut.'it.. sii . borne-, W Fj»l). au tiki ,' died very su«J«U u i' " fte w:u. ik p*uy with JOjis wif«"'aud aS fo,r ' nat I^^IO, but, in siofi yfery i'\; ">'.'' ; i^ftw4* ?<^fs4«**d*»i^"aw$i; •• .- i*5* _- * «._t ,.ii..nf;An ire fiiiV iiajtnl hntihv riianttefr. ---,, „.-- • »-..- - .- T • a.^ <Ji<4 i^^pw-t V^?»- ' '" *' pplpilfIS' ^-. Jubn Welles Mrs, I'lsh tboygbt " bad er 'ster hfr* SaS<t -IT -' ' MioS!reaft¥¥»»iP*»** | **' ; '» > *^ ;!H w«vft-i<*?v uir ? :i »»-»5ft**- 1 *" t ' iW *'7'i ^.,^. lfr ^. ;? _ .- 'v: /v< Si»kpi*^««u^pi»*^^ ^^ -'"» .vSJLd»iiMd*»»t Jtii'jto'u^faPiil^g^y^y;g«^; .. -, : .. - IfW* SJ^fS^r lowest 'r 1 '^ ,-J T

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