The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 21, 1892 · Page 3
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* 5-' THE MtTtOROLOGlCAL. / Lo«al meteorological report takfetl b. tint. ''18 BAHOKSTKR, 29180 «9 r 150- 8W Highest, 31< lowest, 1, By registering tnermofteter for th last 24 hours. 4 " fcREVITIgS. Mr?, it Van|blj8en lelt.Tuesday own ing for New York City for a visit .with _ hervons. Mrs. M. Fields went to Kalnmazoo today to visit her sister, Mi's. P, V Johnson. ' Mr. Fred HowaFaVTf South Haven, came to this city yestejrday to spend the holidays with his^cousin, Mrs; .Belle Robinson. . * ' White making, a'purchase for the- lit tie ones for Christmas, don't forget; the little ones m this city who have no one • to make purchases|for. them. Married Dec. 20\1892i at the residence Of Philip Porrjn Eckford: Mr.-Miohael Conkle, of Belleyoe, Ohio, and Mrs.- Lizzie Hogmire, of Marshall, Mich., by Rev. A. Frye. . %,- • The following is the official vote of the election m this district: Ihlfng, rep,, - 81,288; Upton, doiu., 17,756; Ferguson, pop., 3,663; Allen, pro., 9,938. Ihliug's plurality, 5,477^ During ; the;past y.ear the state penal board has had 250 Implications "for par* , don. Clemency has been recommended in eighteen cases and the governor has acttd favorably on "all of them. Next Monday will be a legal holiday, a« Christmaqg come on Bundaylin~d^tho law says that when Christmas, New years of July 4th falls on Sunday tbe Monday following shall be observed as a legal holiday, »Marriage licenses issued Dec. 21. Charles £. King, of Homer, and Clara Aldricb, of Lltchtield; John F.' Camp, bell, of Chicago, and L'anra A. Lindbay, of Toronto; James M. Hjatt and Mag jgi.e Hall, both of Battle Creek. Wm. Taylor, arrived at the Prentice hotel yesterday from Buttle Creek. In' order to compare the q.uality of biead and molass'i furnished by tbe present proprietor witn that which King David will set up, he will-remain.15 days. " If you see a man going home with bulging pockets; you can wager that be is a father, and win.. If you notice a dill's head Stick out of the'pocket you . can bet it's a girl, but if it is a pair of i skates his offspring is a terror of the opposite sex. jtflsj . Creek Journal.: For two nights ^JAst not. a, tcaniji..haa.^caliad r at the city jW for lodging. The bull, and chain aeritence of the .two tramps last week has evidently bad a salutary effect m ridding tbe\ity of this} undesfrable class of visitors. The Con vis Uaion\8unday school held' a socjal,at the restdeube of Adam Scott Tuesday evening. The\liit^ren. outer tained those present wth a literary pro" gram, assisted by jMisstis'ticott and Div ef. Mlas JJcaU recited the. "LaHnetting in a rery pleasing' uianuer Madga Jandell "tlivored i'tte audir encc with some tine violin selections; , Th« 9OOi!il was a success iu every w*y. The reinstatement of-, the Nelsons, horee and man, has been tbe leading topic discussed in turf circles since its occurrence last week. Nelson has been before board after board trying tp es' cape 'from the puniihment 'which Was Imposed u poii 1 him 'jpr onaof th,e mas£ gigantip jobs ever perpetrated^ and was -, eniporarily reinstated^ OB a cold legal »tecprei%Uon of laws made toprottct (fa.on«sti me^ and. capable- boraws "at the - p^.^a^^fhere is. «uich_jeitft|itetipa O^L the. part of )»ff journals, which baVe= *Jieg ed that iMwxt waa htujd led with , i»*jjjj4ip9 attjd opt giv^n a Ufyyiiov? c, They wtert j|>j(.t, aHbough t^u. action Qf TM following gatafes were played at ttie bjlHard taVnamefatlast night. The figures immediately foUowingVplayerV name indicate the size of his handicap: A» Ruck—160-0 3 3 5 1 3 9 2 »„« I 2.£ 2 3. D6e*-75-2 42301201231 702 q 3 3 0 0 8 0 2 8'l*4 -2 2 3 2 2-75. i. B. Albaugh—75i-0 000266'0734 412002000021 6^-44. „ ( > John Souttworth-740—-0 1 'i 1 4 2 .3*2 4 S 306020004013 0.1-^-40. John Soutbworth~40—0 0138^6011 1 1 0 2 1 14 ks-tO.-, JUv W. A. Reiley—40-1,1 20011 12022 1000 2—16. C. E. Gorham—75-^6 81611 103021 1 7 1 10 1 1 0.0 1 d 0 0 2 4-0 3 2 2 2—76.' E. Back—50-rO 0101,120000162 4100 0 Oi 2 0°2 0 10 0000 2—26. J. M. M0309-40-O 30000302310 1 2 520-1 23301 00—35. . • F. A. Stuart-?lSO—6 & 0 11 3 6 2 0 19 7 14 1 '0 6^9 7 7 2 23 1 11 2 0 0 8—160. A Buck—150-^0 4 0 10 2- 2 1 0972 27 9 1 0 1 2 8 2 5 8 2, 2 5 1 11 6 1 Q 5 954 10—150. F* A. CrOnin—50^-0 0 10200234 o 2:0 s O'i 6 i'a o 06 ro '112011.1 1 2 4-7-49. ' ' , •* J, Wj Wood—75-^1 013847140 000106617^0^26^4 7—75. Geo. Ualeman—50—0 1 0 0 6 4' 0 0 1 0 0 t-0 0 0 2 0 3 0 4-1 1 0 3 0^27. R. S. Lockton—05^-0 00701180 01004 1280 2'0 332 O-Sl." " L.-B. Albaugh—75—6 1 41 9 16 8 0 04031 103 8 14 0 4 0816 2—75. M.rs, A. Allen went to .Athens today 'or a visit with hor sons, Ethen an.d jporge Allen. Mrs. Trunian Tolles, a daughter, Dec. !li, '.•',.•-'.' ' ' • • G. A. Aldricb, of Homer, was in this ;oday, . Mrs. Daniel Beaton/ a son and a daughter, Dec. 21. E. S.Lewis will remove to Elba,-Neb., in the spring, when he will havw charge" of a hirge stock ranch. We understand thut'Ai. Adams will succeed Mr. Lewis, i tbe windmill business. W. H. Gray,, -vho was arrested some days sin/se for swindling Jac parties, is a deserter from th«rrg ular. army. Tueailay! tbe case against him aTJliekson was dismissed and he was mmediately 4 re-arrested as a deserter. ie.;w-il. be taken u> x Ft..»Wayne and rora jthere will be t^rwarded to Rock Springs. His righ.t'name is Souser. Mies Evtora Buckmum,'. principal <,f he cooking school at the young woniuu's home, -Deiroit, tells the ladies >.f tbe W. C. T. ^U. hbvy to make egg nog without wine or spirituous liquor^ Sliss Biickinum'iii reeeipt ia: ."Beat the white of egg ito a stiff froth, add one ablespoonful of white sugar, next add ho yolk and beat, then,* tttblespponful if rich milk or thin creafii, and two of ed. "raypberry'juiQe or any other iru|<. uice desiied " U...Q, V. M, OfflcerB. ^ • At the .annual meeting^4L Marshall cnt No 105, K. O, T, M. held Tuesday vening the foll.owifl.g ojEcers ;were ajected: ',. , Co.ulpjandfir^—'CJeo.-A. Hoyt. Lt, Cc»ni,ip»nderT-ClarencB McMillan. Record Keeper—Z H. Deiuson. Finance Deeper—R R. Fisher. €baplajn-^W. J. Gregg. ; . > BHrg$autr~W.m. B. V¥ade. '.. ,^ Physician—E J^^arshull. -,-,"" ' Master a,t Arms—Edsou McQunlpn. 1st Master Uuards-^HS.ejmour ^amp* on. , .--v v * ""f ' , 3d Master Guards—,fa'ha v Wal]i:enbood Sentinel—-Geo.' Brewaier. Picket—Tnos. ahpuJUl Of , of splendid ggatapd; ajj4 one 44 l^e iftost S« '. ,\ ^ n ry^ - t S ( »» J : f ' and COME IN. ' . DRAKE), qflferiug for sale one of largest and best selected stocks of HOLIDAY GOODS and TOYS Ever brought to this city, at prices.so low tliat you can aiford to buy them. Come early and get your choice of the Bargains A. good Audience atteuded the -opera, mse last night to wHtiesaMr. Tucker's sfforujanBe 'of 'p^fy Crockett* iand were v^'fcll entej^tameU.5 The company the ayeraj^e and tiie eiugiog ior differ^ot meuiber^ is a FOR 3O DATS. I will offer Pianos and Organs at a great sacrifice come and get My prices, and examine the instruments. You will be convinped that you can save money by buying 6f me. I haye p/ very large stock and can/fiirnisli any make you want. Come and see them, M. J. CILLETT. Keep An Eye Out . tA ™ . -' ~. -. ^f . ' - ' FQR IN •<H^W ^f "^Wgp*P^PJ i •fl^HpfS'SMW*^'^'!?"? p^l", Holiday Gift tkaa a " and see the handsome |*a?p»; }QV iitei?. Bedroom Siait®si; ChaSrft Stands, eti, -^c^iCliey ja?e;'*dii of sight'' aad * ----- '- " F,B.JSMw^EB;-""' '•''- - - T - , — &V— ~ ^^S^— ~^^T-^j£^i_ ^^p ^^^^- 9jg^^^^^^W ^ t ^-^.^'-^ll^^-^^^^ n ^-fe^^ : ^:^^^ l-^l^r^^J

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