The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 29, 1892 · Page 3
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MtThOROUDQICAV , l metedtologicHl report, taken by today atGfreene'a .drug " ' -rurt. 15 28 21 BAKOMETBIt. •>!•* ii '»• 29800 . »340 89 810 WIND. 8 IK • Highest, 23, lowest, 18. ,' By registering tnermumeter for the last $4 hours. ^ • - - BREVITIES. A J. F. GUus<has commenced tncut?ice. L. f*s Page will soon take a trip 10 Mexico. Numerous sensational rumors *Crc .•afloat. \ : r " ; ::._.£,.. . t f • '. •-;• . W; 1?'. Adams went to Hastings today A. A Ward went to Owosso this morningkJ Rafph Si Rowley made a business trip to Albion.today. Joseph Saunderg, an old newspaper man, died yesterday at Cercsco Miss Uornie' Hay ward arrived home Tuesday from an extended trip through Wisconsin. .The notice in last night's paper that The following games were played the Wlliard townateieat:I*8t night. The edtaMly following* narite indicate the size of his Handicap: W. A, Reitey-40-* S'OOOOOIOOIOOSS 200011180040 1,0 00111 10-40. ft. S. Looklon-65^0 & 0 2 1 £ 1 1134008 2t)043ftaf6g8*6910 j.P 4-C8. ' . J. Crortln— 75*0 S 0 8 0 4 8 2 S 10 3 » 5 bo's 6,0 5 0 8 0 0 Of*6 7 a-8 J t 0-70. " v O. H. Tbompson-lOO-O 4i?0^48J»8'? 800*itl0881p60l?S^a 3-100. J^Doe-75-3 01 8*4126 80 400034-04 01090723 O'D 2 3 2 0 3 0 0 4 0 8 S 3,~73. E. Siick-Sff-O g00061TO&0000l$»0 0 3 0 I 1 4 2 0 I 1 '0 1 0 020 0 1 00 1- 47. J, Doe-^75— 1 16 0*7 16720 416120040 8 84 32 1 2 l—n. P. Cronlii-BCfUs 34 111808 S?<j SO. 8 4 0 1 01100001-40; maple and tatnaradk fiJb and Beach, hard maple jtnd nie&oty as tow aa il-can be bougbt in tne city. Delivered free and prompjtly to any part of the dj5 ,"• JvWJBu$it, West end woodward. city. " v Removed. • B. G. Talmade has removed nis'cen tral meaVtaarfcetfroiB the-Vogt store to Bettfettfa store formerly occupies by W^ T, Drake* /" .'"V'dwdSO Look at the elegant line of holiday goods at M. B. Powell's before purchasing elsewhere. ^ * . ... Wo<f yartl, catmi of jBtate and Hamilton streets. and "best lot of wpott i« ^6.*%' Ndte the prices: per elabs k , $1.50; beach, maple and hickory, $2.26. Full measure guaranteed. .Delivered rre to any part of the ci$ ^rotrifrtly. When itt need of wood give tno a call. C. T, GfcANT, Just atfiy&K 100* pair of" skates at John Wttalcu's, cast end. hardware store. " ^ One or tw'o pleasant rooms to rent with or without board at'Mta. *O. B. R the ladies reading circle would have social Friday 'evening was an tirror, as the social is to be this evening. "The Pay TrainX Florence Bindley's realistic comedy drama, will be pre- •ented at Hamblln's Opera House, Battle Creek, Wednesday find Thursday, Jan. 4 and 5. > The masons will keep open boiise next Monday. . EverybodyJs invited to ,11. Ladies are especially invited ; afternoon and evening. The en- tert|iinmeat committees of the different MasonVbodies will endokvur to make the occasion a pleasant.one for all who attend. _ JLots of fun, good order, splendid i<je, healthful exercise^ everyone enjoying themselves at the skating rink on Monroe and Pearl street nOar the;Micbigan Central railroad bridge. Open every afternoon and evening, Sundays excepted. The K. O. T. M. band will furnish good music Friday evening, Dec. 89th. Look out for street parade in the evening. Every line in a newspaper cost something. If it is for the benefit of an individual it should be paid for. If the , grocer was asked to contribute groceries to one abundantly able to pay for them he would refuse. The proprietor of. a newspaper must pay -for the free advertising if the beneficiary does not, and yet it is one of the hardest thipfgs to H« 1**,ABkteffX^I Vk«v «vtA*VvT tl-tnt o na«BTai 4irtav . Oronln— 7S4-1 008006121 0 5 0 2,0 IB 0 8.2 100 3 4 6-65. ••-"• F. Cronlfl-^50-^2 2420202131 10 3 <^0 0 06.1 4 1 815 01-50. •'. . H • Si J. Marshall-ISO— 1 1 6 11 2 85 80401 5 13 3 3 3 1 0 0 18 11 1 ft 1 1 18 5 8 4 4 10— 150. R. S. Lockton-65-0 118100020100 OS 1 4 8 1 6 190 5 8 2 2 3 2 4 (M— 59. ,. B. J. MarBball-150-6 2 t's 1 Si 8 1 7 7 0 6 4 4 3 8< 12 1 8 3 0 9 5 0 5 28 3 13 2 0 0 2 8 2 0 6— 1B9. " . .. •• : ' E. Buck— 50-0 0000100001320104 0101201235010001 1-80. Geo. Wright-lOO— 0 1 8 0 3 1 13 1 1 0 8.8 0 0 5021243007 7, 2 010021 111300,0 11 1 3 1 -1 2~100. F. Cronta— 50-2 OOOiai. 10041081 10 00000,31121503830001-0011028 2-47. tie learned by many that a newspaper has space in its- columns to rent and njusl rent tq£4»ye, To give it away u would be as eertainly,Jfatal as fora land? .lord HO furnish rent free. Publishers are too liberal. ' ' •> The lions used in the production of "Under the Lion's Paw" next Tuesday are Commodore, from the west coask .of ' Africa; Eliza, a genuine Nubian lioness; Romeo* a monster Nubian lien from .Centirai Africa captured by English of- ficeri on a bunt on L^ke Naibourne after killing two natives; Sultan and P&r- nell, both" captured by Col. Boone ij» Algiers with a party of Arab*} Pom peo and Dan/^wo Nubian Ifena, presented , to!411e. Carlotta by'the Sultan of fur key, who also decorated Jior with the grand ordjpr'ol ghiefeat an^d Lady ,of the Turkish courti. They are inttroduced and handled by Colpnel E' D. Uppne and Mllc.-Carlottii, tW king find queen of lion tamtrs, a^d'are certain,ly ; Ji grest sleighing is decidedly thjn. ''Mrs. Willes Hlllabrant,"of Chicago 7 ,Is spending the holidays in this city. Geo. Th wiag, of BdstDn, Ma»a, is spending the holidays with his parents. The postOjfflce.will besopen Monday,Jan. 2, frqm 8 to 9 a. m. and from 4:£0 to 5:30 p.m. ' , < , «. .'* ...,Ml»s JJfiMa, Dickey went to Hillsdalo this morning, where she will attend a party fhis evening. Mrs. J % B. Neale,,pf Battle Creek;, is visiting her parents • here. She will be joined by Mr. Neale tomorrow. Married, in Marshall, Dec 29, by Justice Canney. Seaton S. William* atd! MUs Carrie Zang, both of Battle Creek; Those who have orde'red souvenir coins through the Commercial Savings bank can obtain the same by calling at (he bank. The leap year party, giyen at the Forbes house last evening, -was very largely attended and was a very pleajs- ant affaii. " ••' . • Corbett, the champion prize fighter, will be in Jackson January 3, with H theatrical company, ip the play of Sen- t'eman Jack. MarriagelQlicens'es issued Dec- fcranK V« Palmerton, of Battle and Jennie B.-'Wilkin«, of Cetesco; Charlea Sleeper and Layinia, .Sebolk both of Partello; Edward .McPeak and Gertrude Davis, both of Bedford. Dec. 1 29: Seaton S. Williams and Carrie) ,b.oth'Sf Battle.Crfek; Robert Nel- FOK -AT- F. B S1MYDER" Nothing makes a morte Suitable olicia^ Ggtft than a piece of furniture. :^. •' ' /' .-' .'• -• -.;• '. . .. •'• ;; -: ; Oall and, see the handsbpjte Par- Ipr SuitesrBedroom Suite&,^Chairs, Stands,^ etc., etc. Th^y are "out of sight" and very reasonabbe, F. B. SNYDEB. (AM Now offering for sale one of the largest and best selected stocks of- —^—^ 2 8 : anclfOYS son, of Battle Creek and Anna.Dean, of Sberidftn. : : . - T .'•.'["'..; The decision of •three -very" Inspartiai geatlomen, who are neither acquainted .or prejudiced in favor of the contestants lor the medai tomorrow; evenisg^ Will settle the question of who is best on all points, a* tlje wipner of medal and second best, the second prise... The judj^s.are Revi-E. F, ; ,>rporhees;^)f;, Al- uion; A. R. yhomafl; ; of Albion; and G. O. MUier,' of *his «;S,ty k f % Asitl M. Rustum,-. a native of Syria, will 'deliTer a lecture an tHe manners, customs,'superstitions and religion of the {Mohammedans, including an illue- Ever brought to tjiift city, «t pricf s so low that you can afford to T>uy them, early and get your choice of the Bargains. will FOR 0O HAYS. «d ^ TJie f •.\',,}^4car . __ „ the iterate* of for 8ta«no)3 i>n: Goyeruoi ^ gams at a great sacriftce gome a»d ge| Iff ^ prices, and examine tlii , , , i toW the Jteers \t theJUwt am was backed'wp^ a]w«tTJaJtuL*T. Riob^ i . . .. when the/fflapglfid Ve*6au^|erno^<jl. Wight Giddifige, 21,697; a? and tiyenty-oiie« cars I tor general, Stanley, W. Turner, ij|8 4 lQ2; utgling ttis bodyi eoamisaioner atate t»a4-^gU?e,' John <J. rma ftnd legs were head hung c«|v by patobe* • he Vlte *J«Q paaswJ oyer j* foy. cait^a,v« mowey ing of me. "I. ; ba^e *»^«^«« Wbg»' stock a»d can toiis make you w«ate ^©w J j uwface

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