The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 30, 1892 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, December 30, 1892
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last 24 botirs^ „ BREVITIES. The weather Is moderating, ; Mrs. Harry Lieberthal went to Van W. ert this afteYnoonv , |V . Prof-Barsby wiii give a cornet solo ailhe medal contest tonight,; .^ . • • K O. T. M. band at thfrrmk tonight; Splendid'shatlng. Ice like glass. Services at the Presbyterian^Vurch. r morning and evening. School' begins fa Tuesday Beit. 'Wedding oft Madison- fiireet in the near f attire ft* E. Wmsor IB in Charlotte today on legal business. 'Only one day more of 1892, then conies.World'* Fair year. . ^ Mr prentice is removing, b'is household goods to* Battle Creek, BelmontlWaples Ihas been visiting^in •.alew '" ~" Keep An Eye Out 4s-eit^-tor...a i jew unjrp^t-:"--^-—~-™»— Ed'M Webster is sick with scasflet fey or. at^e hurtle of his inovhnr in thi i, . '•' '" • - - . tf . " if city. -...; . . Mrs F. & Stuart has not yet^accept cd ttia position offered her at-T -" — Wis. ••• •.; ' " / .Mardage licenses issaed Dec. 80. John Johnson and Hattio Newman, both of Emmett. i. -_i», * **<•>* «'£; ••&*•:.' •••-.-. , ,.,-• ••• ,,/ .*-~:. •$'-i:\ •. •' •'*>..,',>,. ;.•-••. .-. iV ,'.;•..,.* -••• • . .j. •• js.i-i-AT'^rr' 1 '*<?• 7&£°? • .^•ift x «ewr^] / /C t'r. afternoon and Dr. J. F. Smiley's. A German eiven at Arbeiter. ball by George ann Kittle .TrembloisHhe event of next Tuesday evening. We are in receipt of the. December " UihecUt Battle Creftk by W. X- Peter's, Who says Marshall is not getting to thelront? Electric lights; afree.mail delivery and any number of other im" provementsv 1 A certain enterprising brewer of Chi •cajro has iasaed a new calendar con taming the portrait of Mrs. Totter """ Palmer, Such ia fame. next Tuesday. ^Mr. and Mrs. Harry Houston have been spending the holidays, withfnends in this city and vicinity. No improvement is noted in the- condition of Manilas Mann, who has been ill for a number of months. ,_ We hope~~ev7r$body will coined to hear'Miss-Minnie Warren tonight at .ttte contest at the'Metbodist chutch. Boss Dickey, Will Wood, Ed Gaus and Bert ,Lewis attended the Atblestan ulub party at.Battlo,Creek last evening. Sheriff Walkinshaw and Turnkey Dorsey will both live at the ] now sheriff will move in Saturda; noon. •' Misses Belle Lewis and Hat tie WQOC Nothing makes a ffi6r6 Suttable Holiday Gift than a piece of farm- . •• • •-.. */• ..,./..--=*.. • Call and see-the handsome Par- )6r Suite?, Bedroom Suite^s^Ohairs, Stands; etc., etc. They are 'out of sight" and very IlUvl9 »«» »AVV»V«W«»»-^.^ • - nignifl in ail railroad towns so ttey decided to play Battle Creek Jan. 4th ; and 5th. Balina (k«.) Republican: Nature cave Mr. Elliott a great face. It is pU- fble and capable of the most remarka- We expressions. Add to th.s h,s hno voiCQ and hip extraordinary sense of the ridiculou,, and you have a wonder ul y sort of a man m Mr. LU.iotl. Battle Creek Journal, 2Uth: ting Attorney Foley mude his last ohc- ill visit to our city today. Mr. 1-oU-y during his two i ears as prosecuting at torney, has made many friends here and his manner of dKebar K iug the d'»t iesof the office to'which he bad been chosenjbaa proven' evening. County Clerk Grcsg has filed his bond with, the county treasurer It w iu the ,um of $'3,000 with S. F. and F. B. Suyder as sureties. '. • David W/vlkinahaw, sheriff elect, has tiled'his bond. ;iUs-in the sum of $10,000 and is sifinod by C. C. (i«orge ^arrington and James LI. mings as sureties. - Uarry Ifigleman, of Bullevu^., b ou of Julius lofilemaip, of this city, bus received an appointment to a position iu the secretary of state's, oflice at a *al- ury of $'-,000 a^eur. A t the last election 293 votes wi're cast for William 11. Newton, which bud ,he effect ol electing Judge Hookey a> eou\d not be counted for I AWT Nowofferiug for sale one of the ' largest and best seleeted . stocksot :_._^ ri: and TOYS \ Ever brought to this city, at prices so low that yon can afford to buy them. Come early and get your choice of the Bargains. the ^PoT *13. 5 »; each. The checks purported to bo signed by Maph & - ' ^ and were d*r»wu on the City Buuk- " thelullow made a small tendered th« check -JM ng that he bad received it for his week's wogtss ana that the baiife,vyw«lo3od. :> At' the Presbyterian church Jap. 1, from 0 to 7 o'clock, Asad M,.JS8# u ' n and his slater from SiJiia *Ul deliver u - lecture on the m^nere. customs and '•- JSL of the natives, including au d . f»'*,-_ nf thA , n:im si£e ceremony "**,.r," Register of Deeds ^eddes of tbi -,. county, in reply to queries seat to tt •' ' ' * ---| of the 'di ftftrpnt c ',.K- Waldo's valuable horse was stolen from imbivru mban Brother's meal market burKl»jri.aed at the same time, but litil 3 of value was taken. ;.,. ^ . . Tbe job ofrenombering the city was «i\jtj-iri1i <1 tO lillii^^'* -«***l**-* **•«• - ' S wa, W .There were — other bid', on *v ) 5 and one ^t«w- *•"• ~"j nl«b temporary numbers printed on curd board and the people will be ex pectcd to furnish their own permanent numbers. AS soon as the r^ujpenua ib eumptottd ^ isexp b cted that prepare tions will be made for tke. .tree dehveiY mail. •, S9th; Two safe ana i..con„_.,. Id the of them is to fur- bank "and Ihe .company-progoses to demongtral^Qn tbaj; jttis n ^Jjy 2 Stores. VL> - « TttE REO it , 1 -, ? • • ^ V :< ' n i.; AJ / v i - ^^.- .,if the riyal^owpany ft^k«s g»«J ' , " ' " ; f PianosTI^^^ I ^U jpater Hafcos jgans. -.«*''_ come aaci , , and . ;.''' ' "" * taxes tbftmwr^;^^ 60 * 1 Ws? ^1^. J "' ? ' •' '"' r SrolM»»yi^Mpo| tlf|»9>-^: A-"' 1 r. • • ^.r^^SsSpfi^^feHH^^;. 111 ",: <. - - ^.; '^^m^&f^ffy^^r^^ r? ;,. ^^CL^easur^delflat^. *» t^-the , .,;;- f^/'^U^jS^SS • > ^$~ -.3 v. - Ikat ^ would pe M* in « *»«•»»* ™ ™ tr f';i: : ; ,-] «»jp«^«^ ^^y^&fJj^ftJf!^.^ * F ¥?h^' ' fSfi to la^r ¥Jo!e W*«* ^»^ ^ ^ •aMU!!«r> ^i^JWfjSSSSj. Mhiedy. tberejis up doobt.\ i^arn*Aiu JS5«»S ^2r.6BP>of«w«* V» ^ l Sfiae feoroi«8>any «W^' „' t *^ itt? * w * . -. C^A^LESi- JSIStf- i^ou iiig of me. y _. ilftarge stock aau ' you"

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