The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 24, 1892 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Saturday, December 24, 1892
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THE BAlLY MhTtOROLOQICAL Local meteorological report taken by S. H, at Greene's drug store. Ttira. TBBIUCOICBTBR. 5 15 '15 BAROXKTEB. »«70i K9.200 Highest, 15, lowest; 8. . s «v By ^registering; tnermoiueter for the 24 hours, .-.. ;'. e ,,. :.. BREVITIES. ,..'•/• i Dickey is visiting his mother in this city. _ ' Miss May Werner is spending the holidays at. Canton, Ohio .> Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noneman 'left today for a visit in Grand Rapids. Mrs, Ella Lewis, x of Indianapolis, is TVlsiting her mother, Mrs. Barbara Taylor. This is the season of the year when' 'thef ice man 'and the coal man both smile. Oscar Heyser received a box of fine Florida oranges from J. P. Morrison, of DeLand, Fla. .There was so much express matter to distribute this morning that an extra wagon had to bo put on. . •''" Married: in -Marshall Deo.^8;j 1893, by Re,y. ^vV. tf.; Tani Antwerp, Walter Buckingham and Miss May H. Buckingham, both of this city.-v ' "•.. Candidates for state teachers' - ce rtlfil- . cates will be examined by . the State Board of Education at tbe Capitol, be- ginniBg next Monday morning 'and continuing until Friday. It has been the practice of the CHRONICLE In the past not to publish a paper Christmas. This year 'Christmas falls on Sunday and consequently Monday will be observed as the legal holiday. As business, generally will be suspended on that day, no paper will be issued. Fittchej will iUujninate in grand style tonight using arc and incandescent •leotric lights, gas, coal oil and tallow dips. Every person'Calling will be entitled to a free examination of the stock and an opportunity to purchase a Christmas present. Christmas day Cervices at the Methodist church tomorrow as follows: Morning subject, "The joyful proclamation." In the afternoon exercises by Sunday school and Junior League. In j the evening at seven o'clock the £p- worth League will bold a service of song, reaifation, addresses, etc. All « Ed Webster is borne for the holidays* Ibe First N&io'nalB'ank haa some of the World's Fair souvenir coins on sale'. They cost a dollar a piece, bat are bnly worttt~>§0- cents. They are not what Would be Called a handsome corn. Frank Tucker closes tha weeks' en gagement at the' opera house tonight with "Ranch 10." The company » a good one and is deserving of-a good audience. The orchestra i? one of the are invited. The Camp Fire of C. Colegrove Posfc at Arbeiter hall next Tuesday evening will be the event of the year. Nona admitted except Grand Army members in 1 good standing and those whom the pott "has invited especially* The K. O. TM. band, vocal music, speeches by irivi- tedrg'ueBts will make a memorable occasion. 1 Dept. Commander Dean's headquarters will be at the Heradon. . ? Marriage licenses .issued Dec. £3: Alber Abbott .and Rose D. Sweet, both of Battle Creek. Dec. 24: William C. Paul and Addio S. E#«r, both of.Battle Creek township; Forest G. Sweet and Emma .Helmer, both of Battle Creek; Clarence W. Hamilton and Maud Church, Doih~pl Albion i Fred W. Cory- eUand Ida M. Stiles,"both of Batt.e Creek. ' • c — • f • — Mi«» Josephine^! andell, who has bee a • a very successful teacher in our pubiid schools for several years past, has re-* signed to aceepj a position in a Jftiiho- dist school at Ban Louis Potosi, Mexico, a city .of about fTt.QOO inhabitants. Miss Jandell baa hep expense* jpajd there and if she remains two ygars jyili be given a yacatjon to <jQm# fcome and - h*m *ftr «I»<H"y» gaidf both wajs. plea6in.g1teature8 of Mr. Tucker's enietr tainmenls. ' . .,.-/ It will be comparatively cheap, to get into the world's fair, but it will cost a heap of money to see the side shows. The Moorish palacesY Bavarian villages, the White Horse inn, Astraddle on a Donkey, Buflalo Bill's Wild West show And an endless number of big and little Attractions will tax the visitprs pqokot- book and make him wish that Columbus had never discovered America. • s Christmas day- services in Trinity church will begin .With celebration of the- holy communion at eight a. m. Morning service followed by the second communion at 10:80, Offerings will be made for the fund foraged and disabled: clergy of the. diocese o? western Michigan. 'The children^, choral Christmas service will be at four p. m. .The Sun* day school festival add Christmas tree Will be on Innocent's day, Wednesday,' Dec. 28,' at four p. m. ,, A very pleasant event took place at the* room of Mrs, Francisco at tbe '"East Ward ••cbool house yesterday; The children recited and sung in an admirable manner and at the" end of Santa Claus song a veritable Santa appeared in furs and with bells and the contents 6Tlk wonderful tree were distributed ftmong tbe little ones. Besides a present and bagof-toandy, each child, had a good aized basket., containing fruit, nuts, and other goodies to take home. To Mr. Geo. Soutbworth is duo.ull this pleasure and we feel sure be is auiplj repaid for bis trouble and expense by the happiness be has given tbe children and the Christmas cheer, which 1ms brightened many a, home. Grace church, Universalist, morning, 10:39, Christmas sermon based on J^ohn I, 17. - Special music, vocal and instrumental, chants, anthems, solos' and hymns. Evening at seven o'clock a discourse upon "The Influence of What we read." The series of meetings to Le held in this church th« first week iu Jan., '9,8 will begin Tuesday -evening, the 3d, with a sermon by Rev. U. b. Lynn, of Mass., who-is the astistiuu secretary pf the U, S. convention of Universaiists; We.due.sday evening, ser* mon by Rev. J. T. Sunderlaud, Ann DRAKE, FOli BARGAINS IN- £YB SWYDER'S FII NotHing maEis a ni6r0 ^Suitable Holiday Gift than a piece 0f furniture. ' : '•"• ' : ' '^''•••^:~' • ;••• ••; ;: ^' r Call and see the handsome,Par- ipr Suites, Bedroom Suites, Gliairs, Stands, etc., etc. They are "out of sight" and very reasoriabbe, F.B.SNYDEB; Now oflferiug for sale one of the largest and best selected stocks of ^ -*•-" Arbor; Thursday evening, sermon Rev. Caroline J. Bartjett* Kalamazoo; Friday even in a; sermon by Rev. Charles Fluhrer; D. D:, Grand Rapids. In tfie afternoon of Wedpehday, Thursday and Friday .papers will 1 be .reau\ by R«v, Gibbs, Gorton, McAlpine, McCollebter. and others, following .with discussion. To all these meetings the public is invited, A.n invitaiion -la-extended to the different pastors of churcbe^ in^our city to attend these meetings and take pail. Re*. McCollester's paper on/religious work in prisons will be especially interesting, as he attended the late congress on prison reform held at Baltimore, Md, The other papers will be practical and spiritual; Ever brought to this lilty, at iu*iceni so low you cau attoi'd to buy --them. Come c 1 * * *' and j»et yourehoi^e^ of the o. •;. MABBNGO, Mich., De<t. ?1, 1892. Have used 'Blake's Suppositories for il«0 and can. truly say they guvo we b me-eotire satisfaction., ~ '/-- ' ^ ."' F. A; AVEBI'. For sale at Alston's, the druggist, per FOB. 30 offer 9$Jr ^^f^^K ^p fl^ifc(^ wf^ ^^T ' ' \ 3es,and griiftbew few »»a f a. ov^r'tba &ppoiotm.ent o| depart, aberi Spoo after >J«otlo8; Frank Auijfef a, petition, whiph *P<J9fSd A 008 and watched the 'outcome tgrest iiot uen»«e4 »^ anxiety . iff-elect W«Wcinshaw"cut the kntff Tuesday by rejeoting both appiicitioas a»d waning for th* positton WiMard Wa^oer. MrrV5f arner is aa affable and W)4 oourtwua g«ntlenjan aud has very e ^ojitwn O%OB. If »i«4 JiaST^moved D re tt od Rosin Look at the elegant line of holiday at M. B. Poyvell'a bufaru ,pur- elsewhere.' •' » stocli you tltem, 4. j^w- remedy ha^s cheated * among j&yaiciaos by it* ytrnderiui itt »p«e4ijy cmrlog. every fotm Qf It iscajijft the ^yjajwt, ^4e €uie, aad, »iSBle ,to wee, but Gome any and

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