The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 27, 1892 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, December 27, 1892
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THE ; DECEMBER 27* J8«2. MtThOROLOGICAL Local meteorological report taken by H. siore, today at Greened drug TIM*. t:oopj« THHRHOitil'MR. 13 21 BAROMETER. ,89151} 1 30 180 E. NE Highest, 23, lowest, 8, By registering tnermotueter for the JfcstJ24 hours.'. —- ^ • »/ , • BREVITIES. * 13a[ VanCortland" tonight. Charles Dunham is visiting bis stater, 'Mrs. I. W..Houston. . • ' Miss' Addie/M- Hollon. of Albion, spent Christmas in this city. o Mrs. E« Van Wert/ef Augusta, is visiting her sister, Mrs. N, Long.. • • .Misses Kittie and Franc Green, of Owosgo.-are visiting ,at B.F. Dobbins. Mr. and-Mrs. M> H. Frinkv of Sandusky, Ohio, spent Christmas in this city'. , \ •. • . ; L. F. Page gave $?00 to be distributed amotig the needy in this city Christ inas/ ' ..' .'••'.'.,. "- •_ Mr. and Mrs-. Babbitt, of iphicago, spent Christmas with Mrs. Alice 0. Hubbard. , N, J. JKelsey, the new register of deeds, is*moving into the Brewer house on North Eagle street. / Ralph S. Rowley went to Aiugor to-day to look after a lot of hay that he has purchased in that section. / ' ' The advance Vale of seats for 'Hinder the-fcion's Paw" will opea Thursday^ morning at Greene's drug, store. Tim will be the greatest attraction of the season and will undoubtedly draw a large house. „ In the common pleas court at Cincln- •nati last Saturday a perpetual injuno tion was granted restraining, the C., H. & D. from leasing the C., J. & M. road, bn the grouud that the latter, is a parallel and competing rgad,.. The Michigan. Central has declared a semi-annual .dividend of 2. per cent and an-extradividend of 1$% per cent. -At the same time the Canada Southern ga a semi-annual dividend of 1*£ per ce and an extra of 1% per cent. The electric light commissioners say that the applications for arc Ifghbr fur ^business places continue to be received Tire arcs are giving the best of satisfae tlon, b~ut~ the incandescents have not been up tothe expectations of those who have put the We are in receipt. o7"tfleChristruas number of the Detroit Journai^acQoui- panied by ai^beautiful picture entitled^ "Her Bright Smile Haunts -me Still,? This pumper of the journal is an artis tic one and is m keeping with.the 'high class of journalism which the preseni management has adhered jto since tak ^ing charge of the Journal. . . Personals from "the Jackson Patriot of Sunday; Charles Elliott baa ^Ma,rahall * * * -Mrs. H. C. Bruce ,and json are. in Marshall. * * * Mr. and-Mrs. F. L. Hendeisou and daughters are JO-'MarsbalL * * * Mrs. Louise Greenhalj;h and children west to Marshall last evening* * * Miss: Lulu Griffith, of Marshall, is the guestr Of'. Mrs. Alice Kinne 1 and Miss K*te The following games were played 'at f he billiard tournafefenl last night. The figures immediately folio wing a playerd* name indicate the'size of-his .handicap:" J. 1)00^75—1 00101110 10 3 6 2 ff 1 0 » 2 "04 2 1 670050-S 1 3233 1 1-73. «M :.E. E. E*an6^-GO-0 4 2 030 0005010* 00 rf 2 0 1 1 1 i 0 0 1 0 »,!;?,« H 0 0 5 !£-44, J. r Doe-'76-T-0 4% S I lift 0 0 003Si3053 40001010012 5-45, ^ W. A. Relley-40- 1 ? 3^8 0 0 2 -1 jjS 0 ? 0 ff I'O 9 013140200401 8-40. , . . B^Bnok—DO-6 0 0 0 0 1 t 0,1 i 13 2 )/& Op 6 VJG o a 4 o o o o-«i. •"' / .; ' 'A. Snck-lS^«*g 9 6 1 3 15 tfl'fi/^ 5«({ 1 11 1 8 8 10 0 S9 18 8 BO 8-150. Charles R Mains, of /Homer, this city today. */* Miss Lulu Btatty of Lauaine', Ohio, is the guest ot Mrs. J. C. Keuchle. Mart Bennett and George Cornell, of Kaiamazop, spent Christmas i la this city. The skating, rink is attracting many of the young people and some of the older ones. « Alfred U. Bradley, of" Philadelphia, :was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.^Vy. J. Oregg today, Geo. Mason, of Vanderbilt, Mich , died thig noon'. He was formerly Operator here for about two years at the C. J. & 11. R. and will doubtless be remembered by a good many. • The special meetings in the Evangelical church ot this place are still in, pro gross.* The interest is daily increasikg. Brother Koehler 'has made his appearance and Will;as8ist in lh« meeting. All are invited. Mr. White, father 9^ Mrs, Samuel Cumtuinge, died Saturday night. Mr. White was a Very bid man, claiming to be 10^ years old. The funeral took place at the residence of Mrs. Cum mings on Hanover street this afternoon. Ex-Gov, Austin Blair received a splendid ChrisMaasf present from his frieods in Detroit and JapKson.- It proved to be an autographic Alburn, containing the signatures <ot 83 men prominent: in the two cities, accompanied by .a ccrli fi>d cbe^ck, amounting altogether to " and COME IN. T. Keep An Eye Out - «. ^ ' v -^^ F. B SMYDER"S General Passenger Agent O. gles, of the Michigan Central, is arranging the details of an information bureau for the railroads of the Columbian EJx^ positiop. The intention .of the railroads is to establish a headquarters wheru any question, about American railroads ean be readily answered. . Miss Minnie Warren, the\ American prodigy on the platform, will be at tie Methodist, church Friday evening. This is tier first visit here and without .onbt tier last as she is now in great de- gaye 20 readings in Cincinnati a few^^yeeks ugo and has engage meats. ev.trywbem Let everybody ace our bright tal<jnteaMicbigan girl. : Harper's Bazar, for December Slat, completing its twenty fifth volutae<wiU contain among, many 4Jther>a v ^aclhai, features a two act comedy by 6 race L. Furniss, entitled "Pallo> Luck;" also a n'.uely i-ludtrated, paper on "Chigase, \TdTH 1 ra^V4€fft^^t'ri3rjj, tt oy Isaac T. Hea8laiid of Mental and Moral Philosophy in thw University of Peking. ' ^Mar.riage licenses issued Dec.' §6: S tacy% : " : jf aytcfr7-rfrr-;and tyertTOd e £. /Nothing maKes^a^ more Suitable Holiday Gift'iHian a piece of furniture. Call and see the handsome Parlor Suites, Bedroom Suites,*Chairs, Stands, etc., etc. They ate "outrtrf sight" and very reasonkWt)e; F.B;ISNYDER. A rramb^r of persons throughout the state have expressed interest in the organization of a silte association for the diSBtt.niinuliQU of questions in history, political" science and public law. The , general pjan proposed involves the co> Operation of teachers in the schools and H epllegesy lawyers^ baakere. editors-and buaineas men, who may b« interested-In i ^5 ajUy of toe gr^at public \que6tiops eft th,u. 'day, such as .muDjcipal;. governnatW, finance, taxation, ihe-railway prooleui, prieon. reform, 9^. For tbe.pi^rpwe ol forming such an organization * me {ij| all intere*ted will be held at fbe ]&$ IB iansjny-pu Thjir^y, D«g, Saturday Ira Saxtbp^ M Eukfprd^BS diving to .this cUy^and waen^a^ir railrpad track attempted '4&* th»t pwrppfte. (J^f^w -pinutes later be. w»s pick^w^on toe elreet in m inaeu» ayible o>««Ution wlib bis face, Jiand* and covered with blood. He was len to Dr. (yreene'i and cared lor, ( Wbenhe came to at first he could not ^aU where he had been, but afterwards It horse kicked Jto» was a$>temptuij{ to B^i I AIVI oflferiug for sale one of the largest and best selected - stocks of Ever brought to tljis city, at prices so low that "yoii'cjiii aftortl to l||iy tli^W- Come early and get youi'dioice of the Bargains. both.,of Batt)e Creek; Edward and'Yora Hunter, both of Battla Creeks t)ac, |7t j?>o. Wi Egler, of Edgertnn. Ohio, and But alia Brezette of. Albion; C. .£L Gibson, of Lee and Leu* E, Hoot, Qf Mt,- Pleasant; Alfred H', Bradley, of Pbil*delpWa, %nd Flor eaceMay Spaulding.^f Homer; FoTiT and Flora $.Myer, both fflfrU; Lois Philip Qrlrwoji Short, ±i3th of Battle Cj V* truly pay they gave me " tfruggist, p«r ''' •B. C, : Talmad9 basreowved Jais cen maxkei from the Vogt store to ! ^0159, to/werl^4^0 f ^ple4l>y W. H. FOR 3d! DAYS. qlfer Pianos -.»-.... T|^ ^^ *^£&!lff$ ^^ TpW^fr^fr ^*W ^^^ ww ^f f^w* 1 ^*—W ' •-•'- 3 *• .'-. -'.-, -^'5?ii ^'"- ; -' tjie m sacriflo© ^sW?!^^f^t^^^^^* ^r -fflj^r ™ the Drei pfund fi,osin funf und zwanzig. Cent. ~TT~ . Ing can say ^ ropiey of we, I htav©a -Thefioest Hw of cardcasegin thVcity at 1 M, B. ' purses and M, B> jPoweli's ^ifpre cMtinfi elsewhere. large stock and can furnish make you want. Come

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