The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 27, 1892 · Page 4
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 4

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, December 27, 1892
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> T if HB DAILY CHRONICLE, , 1892. ™ TKKHSOP tttally, dfce r«a*Uiro«Vk P.O...94 75 4«ltver«Kl« 10 cc^tw p«r «r«ek received Bt the office />» pnb aUott IGi State rtieet. „..'••' J.^M. MO8»J, PnbHlDM, . M»r 41! '' Just .Received • • An -Entire New Line s. TAe red/* 1892 will close leaving ihe volume of oar Merchant Tailoring Department greater than that of -any year 1 since" * came to Marshall. We therefore take this opportu -fty of thanking many friends for ••*>*"' - "V the patronage we have received, ; ;- •^ f \ Chrittmfttj •ervices were held at the MVeral churches in accordance with the announcements previously hiada. The Methodist 0 Sunt)ay school ha I a Christ mas tree Saturday erefitriK and eervicet were held In the church Sunday morn Injfc afternoon and evening^ The Ger man Lutherans had a Christmas tree Saturday evening add services Sunday At St Mary V church midnight mass win celebrated Saturday ni«ht far the Brat time in this city and the school had a Christmas tree Saturday afternoon Trinity church held three services Sunday. , the Christmas tree wilt be at the ohnreh Wednesday at four p in Christmas services were bald, at the Un iversalilt and Baptist church also. The Baptist Sunday school will have a Christmas < mill this, evening and the • Presbyterian nohoo.1 will have a 'supper as* entertainment at the church Wed- neaday night. •' .'•"•;. ^'" ..';'"'''• ' .'• /•• Proijram 'for grand gold medal con- teat Friday evening at the Methodist We hive just received a liti® of title Suiting Im vocation..., ., .'.... ;. ...Rev. J. W. Bairllaion 8p»eoh ............ ..... MMtar' Roico* Q!ajbo> n EeclUtion .... ............ .... HUf Ollra Bennatt Thti Sioix Chl«r§ Daughter...... Mlnnl* Warun Matte.* ReoUatioB We wi 1 be pleased to make them up at actual value andnot at fan. cy prices. "We will close out all our .'..../ Pall and Winter Suits i Also our entire line of And anything in our Merchant ^ will be a temptation tdspurchase. Alt we desire i& tEe goods^-the prices will sdit.- ;,'--^ •• 'f : - : >; : : : • •• -,'^v : ^- : -- : -.''.- •-• :: .•:-• ' : -- : :. ....... ..... ............ ..... *....;-.. O*artln£ aadw Difficulties.... .. Jflinle W»rre> 80D| V * B«c!uUoa ....... ..... ............ ..... . ..... No. S Recitation ...... ........ . .................. No. 4 Hone vs. Saloon.. ...... ....MlMMlnnU warrea Recitation ........ ....... . ...... . .......... No. 6 DUinond medal selection... ..... Ml ante Warr«a Judges fetlrn. and decUton rendered. Presentation ipeeoh ' Her E. Vt Toorhl«t,«f Albion Benediction. We havf Put our admiiaiom fee down lower than the lowest to give everybody a chance to attend otfr ihott attractive entertainment Friday evening, the Shepard madal contest, 15 cents for adnlts and 10 cents for children. . WHERE'S THE FOOL-K1LLER1 •e Seems to Be In Demand Among the • New York Sports. -. NKW YOKK, Dec. 27.—A greater novelty than a swimming "match in the bay on Chrlatmas day could not well be con- edved, and hundreda went down to Fort Hamilton Sunday, afternoon, <• where the unique event was advertised to take place. At 3 o'clock, tha hour specified, the, con- tMtanta were ready but the tide was tardy In lu advance, and it was.fully4o'clock before Frank BUngley. pronounced everyv tklng in readiness. The competitors were •imply required to walk out to the end of the 250-yard, pier, plunge-on getting the word and make the beat of their way back to a point on the beach directly beneath the hotel balcony. TheJ swimmers were Andrea, Edward Steward and: John Gumsky. : Description of the Swim.. There was .little enthusiasm about that •hlvering procession as it crawled over the from snow to the head of' .the wind-swept pier. Paul Adamaky weakened and re- toaajad his steps, a sadder and a colder man. TlM others reached the water together and k*pt eloa* order for a little distance. After fitly yards Gumaky dre\^ ; rapidly, Away. H* §ot tn an easy winner by over 10 seconds In 4 minutes and 15 eeconda. VonStoll held BMond place until 10 yards fromJipme, when he became hejplaes, and Steward, atetng this, sprang to his feet in thjp shoal .•pli«r and actually sprinted into aecond ' pilaot. Yen) Andrea finished a close fourth • witiiout any m ishap. The i^ce was under Ae, auspices i of theapprtfp' Bmutmauygwimmjjag club. Mr. Illkloe Besvlns; Comfortably. WASHINGTON, Deo. ST.—^V.t n o'clock last evening Mr. Blalne waa resting comfortably and the family at that-hour waa apparently in bed. It waa expected by Dr. Johnston that his patient would pass another restful night The physician stated that his patient was so much im- proyed that he did not expect to pay him another visit last night. Killed th« Fireman. . ° SAUDAi Col., Dec. 37.—Sunday afternoon, as the Denver and- Rip "brands pay car Was going down Marshall pass westward bound, the engina jumped the track and Burned over, killing fireman James Lewis\ and seriously injuring Engineer •Williams. Arrested 'or Robbing IJ1» Employer. CoLUMBDB, Ind., Dec. 27.—J. B. Dorsey, for eight years confidential bookkeeper for John F. Maring, the pension attorney, was arrested here tof robbing his employer's residence and carrying awa'y a gold watch and |14t> in cash. He confessed when placed in jail, :. \' B'« Like A* *al*rr lew. . Deie. «7.-«lieria Ihnmett, at Uds county,, who lathe first officer heir* |o entar upon, his ."duties under 'the law to tert wiUb# made tin HUB ft££MilUfi Oilft Th# loffloer* and in favor " " .|o provide lo> 'bj t JUU1. .. Deo. 87.-Mr*. Million, * ta. tixis dty, l«ft h« tliree cfaildwa alone in % house for 9 abort while she stepped «cpoM to * the y of W. H. Boelker. _ ^j Iad-> Peo. 27,—William R Koelker, a well-knpwn traveling man and a member ot the firm of Reelker Bros., died here Saturday ,pf consumption/He will be buried with the honors of a knight Templar by Layallette commandery. A. new remedy has-created, a sensation among physicians 'by its wendfrful effects in speedily curing every form of Piles. It is called the Pyramid Pile Cure. It ia cheap and simple ip use, but nothing removes the disease so quickly, eafely and Surely. Any.druggist will get it for you. Sufferers from Piles should know that the Pyramid Pile Cure will promptly and effectually remove every trace of them. Any druggist will get it for you.' * We carry a full line of Pingree & Smiths, A. C. McGraw & Co.'s and Kennard & Sou's fine shoes. GRACE Bnos Pay '.Your Taxes. I will be at the store of E. K. Sim mons on 'Monday, Friday and Saturday of each week during December for the purpose ef receiving state, county and school taxes. E. S. LEWIS, City Treasurer. I have all the season's 'ice bills made oat and would be pleased to have those owing me cali and settle. .. J. F. GAUS. , The Plac* to Qqt Wood ' • .. Gr(ipt'9- wood yard, corner of State and Hftmiljjon streets. Largest and best lot of wodd in the city. Note the poiees;.;Oak, |2 per cor 4; slabs, $1 50; beach*, 'maple and hickory, |2.25. Full measure guaranteeit. 'Delivered •i-e to any p»rt \of the city promptly. V hea in need pf wood, giye mo a ciilj.^~ ' • ' . C: T. GBAKT. 5 "• Ju^t- arriteds . 100 pair of skates, at Iptm tiroe. carry a; lull Uoe ojt siapxe e^. 4U goodj 'Qm,j!£. two pleia»*nt ropflj* to rent * Mrs, O, Eagle Opera Houes W.H.ROWLAND, Manager Tuesday v Dec. 27 Engagement of Mgrshalls Favorite bupported by her own s ock coinpany appearing ' Introducing » •' " N EW f$NGS AND DANCES, PKICB, - - , - fi:j ceiiU Reserveid seats now on gale at Gieaae's drug tor0. clromars ao.4 output over l >ir, Lyons, Jt,Tf.', "* T ' Qp., 723 Obestnut Up aitwri, *b«fe lb« f tew- •., Mrs I>izzj* LZMOSBT OQLAHJL1NE. FACJB MASSA<inO*e/,M. M tbe Have a large «topk of AND FELT GOODS. The only bouse in the city carrying a full line of Pringree & Smiths celebrated shoes. Every pair warranted. Our stock consists of all qualities so- that wo are able to meet the demands of our customers. No matter what is wanted. A full line of S We carry a fine stock of Staple & Fancy H5gi).9st ]Pyic9 Paid, for Produce WANTED TO BELL OUR ««„ Bible stories for children. Edited m by Russell H Conwell. isttiig over JJO.uOJ. Ketai}, $;i.5£>. Qver 200 Ipaga eogrnvinga. a» pages of magnificent lorud plaie»,>ea<h printed in tvn color*. Can —'" •- ejery home. Voung eli-| write*: hard, We — .it.-. • - * ~^.-.~ s —""-"w _ja=- B "^•^"«." . ,--.jer apdJ. art; worjg^g hard,'" We have 119 orders up to tnis morniaji we CanvaiTa from ploe until four.—sold a8 copj^p tpoajf "~~Gre»te«i *uo- cess ever known. Exira cqaunieeioQ to iutehts. S10 par day eaelly made.. Outfit &U cents. Bopea oo crudit—fruigiit paid.- HBNKVJfKIi,, US B. 7th sjtreet, Phil. — -r —". •; '" • '^ •* YfKN W41WKP -Salary and expenses, tta at, muiiejDt pla=4. apply »qw-. Only growers oJfluraeryrtoctW-pptJiAn»erie«iiin<tfc»a*«»n •Olla. iiftrdy varieties oar cpuelaJty. .f . BiUJWM BROS. CO.' - Js A GOOD BUSINESS SITE for. sale on Bti street, the KM,Steelepropef^y, forten *n4 price apply fti 0. CunninKEftm,.4iMn{U n-.. j^. .7 . ^_ All busiiiesa atteidid tg; promptly aadcarelully. Has a safe to kfe pent docket And other vaiuable - -' - a-t ways ifc 0reene f s Ladies are invited to

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