The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 17, 1892 · Page 3
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t/i THE DAlL* OHKQNICLK, DECEMBER 17.18«2. Looal meteorological report taken by H, Oreeflft today At Greene's drag •tore. ran. 29 81 80 Witt), TO.090 JIB' NW W hest. 82', lowest, 25. regis High __By registering tnermuuieter (or the I«,st 24 faogra. __. _ BREVITIES. ' „ Thelen & Devoi's dry gooda «tore at Battle Creek. was closed Friday morning on a chattel mortgage. The liabilities are estimated at $20,00». The meetings in the Evangelical church in Marshall are still in prpgrftfl* "with good interest. Services this evening, 7:30 p. tor. Sunday 10:30 a. .The following games were played at the billiard tournament last night. The figures immediately following: a players' name indicate the'sjze of his > handicap: C. H. Thomtifoir—l{W-~8 3*0 ft 0 10 1 4 3 PO 1 008180081821*26602 8-68. R, S. Lockton-65-4 5 0 fr4 3 0 7 282031 4801000014 1.0 4041 6-65. L. B. AlbiWgH-^5-0 80910 0^8 634002 2 1 2 3 0 I <M 0 1 B « 1 0 8 1 0 4 6 0 0 3 ft 1 S 40 i tTti 1 3 0 8 3-W, *\, ,•""' fi. L. BiRelow- 50-0 8 0 1'S 0 0 1 OVVOO'O 0 1801 800808000 O'll 21 Q.tfi-S 1 002 * 4 « a o 6 i May "White, the steeping Stockbridge school teacher. » rapidly improving and her cdmplete restoration to health in a few weeks is confidently ex pected...' Bet. B. F. Taber's next illustrated fermon iu the course "From Bethleheni to Calvary" will be given tomorrow evening in the Baptist church. Subject, "The 8ermon on the Mount." The wardens of the different stai prisons of Michigan* are appointed/py the prison board, 10 it will be necessary for the republicans to repeat the law creating the board before they/tan turn the present incumbents out./It will no doubt be repealed. The Index says that I/ B. Tompklns will discontinue the practice of law after January 1 and become collector ior a large manufacturing establishment at Moline, 111. This will make an opening for some/hustling young attorney as Homer is/A great place for law suits. The continuation of pleasant weather may berthing to congratulate ourselves nponyfaut don't mention it to the mer. chant. If'you do he will at once tell you that all kinds of business would be reatly assisted by about two feet of ' solid snow and a declining temperature old away below zero. A few cases of the "grip'* have al ready appeared in "New York and the health officer of that city thinks that it will" be an epidemic again by Christmas on account of the damp, muggy weather of the season that favors it. Ha holds out the hope, however, that it will not 'be as severe as it has been in auy previous winter. Rueben White, a former resident of this city, died Thursday at bis home in Jackson, His remains will bn brought here fo'r burial Monday at 12:43 and be taken from the train dlrecUy to the •cemetery. Mr. White was employed in 'the Emerajd mills for a number of years and was well-known in this city. Grace church, Unlversalist, morning 10:8$ serinon on "The Influences of Life?' • Evening seven o'clock a COOK memorative discourse on "The Landing of tbe Pilgrims." The above church is to hold *» series, of meetings beginning .Tuesday evening, January 3d, 1893, and closing Friday evening, th« 8th. Several ministers will assist the pastor. Farther notice next week, r Parties have made all arrangements to open a skating rink at the coiner o Monroe and. Hart streets. A building n h>now being put'up to acoompdate the patrons of t the rink. A lady attendant . will bo on hand to look after and" help the cnildren. As soon as the weather will permit the rink will be ready ior business. 1 Season tickets can be obtained ft John Whalen's hardware J. If. Moies— 10VO o l »-<f 2 0543110 04 12250000'! (H-40. .K. S. BTMIB— 50^-1 009113404300000 1 1 0 » 0 0 0^0 ft 6-88. ^OO-S^ 0 '*-*.B'i'^0 1 1>40 900 1 5 0 50 1 i * « ? 4 8-400. 6<-%<>$0 0.0 3 1 0 4'i:»^d 0500 0 5 3 0 » 8 0 0 1 1-0^0 Or-34. > W. A.|Heliejr-40-0 1 0 00 0 1 I 15 0 5 0 0 8 0 00 6 « 0 OS 4 1 8 0 SO 00 1-4-40. . • . V. Cronln-60-0 0 4 0 3 1 8'0 0 0 ,0 1 0 1 0 1.0 *.,! 0 8 0'3 60140189 1-45. . .- . ^ Qeo. Colem»n— 50-0 4 5 0 0 t 0 9 l'b 0 0 0 0 It) 0 0 0 4 8 0 0 I 8 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 3 8 1 Ot) 9--CO./ ' , ' K, Back-rCo-J 01113181080111000 ».0' 1 0 0/1 84100010 11*2210010- «?, / . r • ' 0. fl. TUompson— 100- 0. 8 0 9 5 3 2 0 tt 3 '4 4 3 100440824800284 1 5253 I 1 0700 0002 0 J 3 0 1-98. V E. ^|, Kfini-50-0 03 0 1 20001010 8 3 0082 50 00 0002 2 0, 1 1 000 38 5 8 2 1 0 Oil 1.2—50. '<>" ' , v ; : ,. ' • : . '• " .• B. 8. Lookton--65--0 4 8 8105 8 f'O 0 8 OX" o 1 1 0 84 i o.o 4 o i-a i : oo-isif : ^ , ; }, W. Wpod-r7B-~6 0 1.5 « 0 0 01 1JKO 2 6 ,5 6-,6.0'i 1 80 lr 1 8 j 97-75. - K. L. Blgelow~60™0 0828 \X 1 1 1 .'8 11 1 0 08 : 781 OOQ-8Z. •••: E. B. llVui-TfiO-O 5210300 « 251827 0 0 02 0 6 08 4 8-50. F. dtODln-^50— 0 280016151010 15800 81841 ff'o 080 04051000 3— kO. |t. B. Eockton— 65-S 0 0 0- J 0 00 114000 6*8011010012800103 and COME IN. ** o ' ,s l * Wi T. DRAKE, l The bienpial meetjn* oTt the Michigan ; Soldiers' Howe board WM held this "week;,- Co»|ttandani McKee's xgfejHE? g»T« the following figure »fcout attendance: |B tbe faoJMf J»ae W» W Wr admittf d since up to Jaae MO; total. L, F. Page went to Chicago'yestesday. Fred Mains, of Albion, was in this city today. Mrs. Bruce, of Jackson, is visiting at Amos Wilson's. ' J. J. Perrin, of Kalamazoo, was in this city roday. Jud Saudy now *>erves lunches at the Marshall club rooms. TUB east Ward school will have a Christmas tree at the expense of Geo. H. Southworth. There will be no services at tbe pres bytenan church tomorrow. Sunday school :Bt the usual, hour. Marriage licenses issued Dec. 17-: George £. Slightly, of Tekonsha. and Mabal Wheeler, of Newton* : Mrs. F. C. 'Stuart was unanimously elected as representative to the world's convention I. O. (J. .T., at Des Mpines, Iowa, this afternoon. . " f .'•'.. ; Fifty men began work at ' the state brupm.shop at the Jackson* prison thja morning. Warden Davis declares ilia shop will;turn out the finest broom in the land. , ' 'One hundred a_nd twenty per cent per annum seems lit,e> high .rate of inter eat, but a maa m have paid it for the money recently; - .*• vi . A great many boys and girls, targe and small, are! skating on the river. Of course they know there is more or less dagger attached, to the sport, but that makes it all the more to .be desired. Floyd & Williams, aged 13 years old, aon of Frank Willjanjis, of Mareago, was drowned while abating on a lake on the Kiver road in Milrengo this »fter T noon, about two o,'3lock.. His bo.dy was recovered aboul; two hours later. Rev. Harry B. White, the G. C. Templar of Ohio, who baa.'been anxiously looked for ttll day by the Good Tern has npt.yet arrive by the 4.HH; train-V If so\ p*ak to the pabjic the Baptist ctiprch a| eight jp'ci FOR 30 DAYS. Pianos and a great sacrifice and get My prices, and aniine the instruments. You will be convinced that you can save money by buying of-me. I have a very large stock and can furnish any make you want. Gome and see them. M. J.CILLETT. city claims to use' ol A. auni M ' T§VW '*^4" \m* . »n4 ab- T^ebpard reoominenif an n^§tiott of |83,&(* f« the of the home;the nwrt tw« aale, , . hardware ffe»jr«, \ |i_«ii C?^ T. tyfa^t'l .wockl yard, of State awdHamUton streets: and best lot of wood ib ttw oify., , -Sole the prieeff Qak, fSl per §31.50; beach, mapJle and alckory, |3.25 FuU wewure gafran^ed. Delivered ree \$ any part of ^e city proaiptly Keep An Eye Out FOB BA HO A INS IN Holiday Goods i-. IV.. AT- F. B ' Notjmig; ma^s a more CHft than a pieo^ of .. . . wad. see tlie Iian4s6iicie Parlor SUtes, Suites, Cliairi, etc., etc. Tliey are "on of and ^rery i*easonaTbbe, For One - ..^•4, Fancy -Featli^rs, ^^^^ ^^B^Bl ^K ' •^BH^B^B^k. TWT 4iMd IB ^I^PP^^HPI^H^^P^ ^^(^ ^^^^|^^ v ™ stool; prices

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