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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 8, 1889, Centralia, Washington 1 I VOL.1. CBNTKALIA, LEWIS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, AUGUST NO. f- PROFESSIONAL, CARDS. ri.EO. K. RHODES, ATT'Y-AT-LAW A NOTARY PUBLIC. Front Strco C't'utrnlm, Ofllcc on West Front Street, Wnsli. Jj- T.CURllY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CemniUii, Office nenr Js. 1'. d'-jiot. G. EITKL. T. TlKS. EITEI, ,t HEINE, CEXTKAUA, WASH. OfTice over DrUK Store. TT -J. M1LLEII, NOTARY PUP.LIC. Ofl'ice on North avenu irOHS A. TAYI.OK, WANTED-A WOOLEN MILL. Contralia has an Unrivaled Location for a Woolen Factory. It is well known that the best expcrtfl in the manufacture of woolen goods come to the eastern slates of America, and with iiio same identical raw wool, subjected to the same processes, are un- able to duplicate, the finer textures of English made woolen goods. The au- thorities account for this on the ground of the peculiar effect of the damp and j them all they could, humid atmosphere, of central and j Just as President Miller was putting a motion lo adjourn, Mr. Landrnm got up and stated that Mr. Partridge had re- and they added to the like amount donated by the citizens. Mr. Partridge thought at least one- third of the amount would be secured from farmers of the Hannaford valley. Severn! speeches were made, urging the committee specially appointed on the subject of the proposed Messrs. Crosby, Hoss and Bnttenvorth rustle, and enjoining the standing Plums are ripe, and plentiful at Gray's Harbor. Winlock would like to sec a railroad bnild from there to meet the Southern Pacific, extension from Portland. Mr. T. W. New-land's large barn on Boii-fort prairie, was burned recently. The loss included 300 tons of hay. Kev. J. F. Devore, a pioneer clergy- man of Puget sound, died in Tacoma committee on highways, Messrs. l-an'I 93. He came to Washington fron drum, Crosby and Ellsbury, to southern England, wheie the milling districts are located. Gentlemen who JUSTICE OF THE PEACE NOTARY 1 have carefully noted the climate of i guested him to ask the board lo help his Western Washington, say that it is (Partridge's) paper circulate. Ko one more like that oi England lhan any seconded the motion, and the Boi.ul e.vi- olher region they ever visited; intact dently thought that the CIIKONK-I.K was j I thai during the most of the year the the best medium in which to advortise j two countries are practically indcntical i Centralia. For particulars see onr map Jllinois in 1853, and officiated at Sleila- coom mid Olympia, In 1S81 he went to Tacoma. Vancouver Independent: The Oregon range is. badly eaten out and the country overstodked. This state of things is driving stock into new quarters and many of them are coming into Washing- ton territory. Ltunset Cox said in Portland: BUY A LOT in the c Citalia Iiii'ovciiit Coipip PUBLIC. Office on Tower A.ve., Hnulh nl Ml.in St. conditions, and that the do- 1 of the world, wilh Ccntralia right at the I sired humidity of Ihe English climate is j front, where she belongs, -'f.mn.l in Western fact j i which renders (his country especially i And SItll they Come. rights. That the constitution of the United Stales is the supreme law of the land: that no person shall be de- j prived of life, liberty or properly without 'Wash- process of law; that the right of peti- ington is a wonderful state. It has intel-! tion 0[ people peaceably to as- great woods, ol pine and majde and cedar. The Oregon man takes life: easier than the easterner whose home has had fewer natural advantages. We want men who will come here and find out how good a living they can make on a -10- aere farm. want men to improve the country in small farms, not to buy big lerats.-" Washington's Bill of Rights. The bill of rights, as agreed to is, in substance, as follows: All political inherent in the people, and govern- ments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, and are eslab- lished to maintain individual PAYMENTS Reijiiirfd of iliose wlio will BUILD (flOD HI ALSO LOTS IN WASHINGTON'S ADDITION. J. F. DAVIS, WASHINGTON BCILIJIXG C BNTR ALT A ligent people. They have lots of dash and enterprise and sagacity. It has better men than any other place in the coun- VIT'YS ,T.j vw ,lml IHUL ESTVTE pre-eminently adapted to the iminu-1 A dentist of long practice, now cstiil- (l'-v- "AGENTS. J' i faclure of all grades of woolens, inchid-i lished at Cheney, Wash., expects to omce near cici-oi. CKNTKAI.1A, WASH, i the finest. j locate here. Centralia-has (he best location in- Dr. of Dickinson, Dakota, Western Washington for woolen mills.'; purchased a fine residence here and The Skookumchuck river ullords a mag- i the practice. niiicenl water power, giving a One head of water nt nil limes of year. The best i sheeji-rai.-ing country of Western Wash- semble for the common good shall never be abridged; that every person may free- ly speak, write and publish on James Bros. Co., -HAVE LATELY ADDED A----- T4H..JAMES3I'. MISKI.EK, PHYSICIAN AND SUHGKUN, jects, being responsible for the abuse of j that right; that the mode of administer- I ing an oath or aflmmuion shall be such A Fine Building Surmounting a Beautiful as may be most consistent with and GRACE SEMINARY. Eminence on the East of Centralia. Oim-c i Mr. Swasey, an attorney who arrived binding upon the conscience. No peivou 1 AVhen it is completed, 11.c i ing building that will meet shall be disturbed in his i.rivate afl'airs most Ptrik-1 ,l- j I or his home mvadon without authority -TO THKIR- from Jlrtkota. has decided to open a the traveler who passes through Cen- tralin. on the railway, will be the new wilh Mr. Nortliey. of law. No law granting irrevocably any J privilege, franchise or immunity, shall be passed by the legislature. No person i GENERAL STORE. .llcpre. r MaJvJ .1. I'MiKi'.WOOII. ATTOUNEY-AT-l.AW. South Tinvcr r.venr.o. CKNTKAUA. WASH e papse v e egisaur. i near by, and the pncc o, Vorkdentist Seminary, now ,n process o erec- compclledln Bnv case as at any in hcrc. j tion in this by the Bursts of c-onmrv. The greater price nf i neton Terntorv and Alaska. It i k equahW l-v the tariir i ;1 Ulands ten- high above the citv, and j 'or the oflcnee man whn here Mr. Frank Dreese, of Edn.ore, I Justicem all cjises shall be and manufactures wo Hnesl 1-inglish makes. not far ahead of him. The Board of Trade. of trade .-.1 that p J Won Mnin Fl., WA-li. GOOOS, Miilu.Slnvl. CKXTKAI. (JHKI.TOS i FUl'ITS rnin's, Tiil.ai-.i COM. .I r.n-i Ki.-ul TfUSS.t KLACKSMTTHS. WCM St., CKNTKAUA, WASH. A. P. ROSS, Watoht's. Clocks and .Icweli-y. REPAlKIMi A SPl'CIALTY. Centralia, Wash. NO HOODS L. .-UKT.V8. Material SASH, 1.1 MK. I'KMKST PLASTICU, KN'i KAMA. V.'ASH. [l ST. JOHN HROS, ouse apd CKNTKA1.1A, WASHINGTON. Cuinls, AUTISTIC I'.MMJH HANdlNii At the meeting of the, board i Fridav night Mr. Northey fiat the Odd Fellows hall had bc.m secured i temporarily for thai evening. lie asked further instructions in regard tothe tcrof a hull. Mir. Ibibhard slated that the order -if Chosen would havi.- another hull in a week or Iwo, :in.l that they were go- ing into the bnilding "i and Siieiver on Loeu-l street. This would j let ihe board ir.to il IQTTO alan n finp f! sired. Messrs. Bariiu j popular cnntractors, have charge of the I erection of lhe building, which will be an imposing structure three stories ami I basement, with mansard roof and cupola I surmounting all. The design is not pre-1 b ,i i porntioii.otiier than lent ous. but the eiiect wi be deci.leilly Mief to cvorv in. No lllw hc S io municipal, pnvi- letrep or immunities which upon the name terms, shall not equally belong to j cities or corporations, The privilege of i Mr. Charles P.allani, oi Montana. ha< The painting oentraci jn.-l located here and has gone into part- 1 week. -ss in case of rebellion or in- vasion, when the public safety requires i Botii We tiave also a fine ment of GEOCEEIES, GLASSWASS, Boots (j- Shoes, Furnishius! Goods, Etc. XlAm St., near depot, pEXTRAIJA, WASH. -rship wilh Win. IJund and cnlarg- Ihe business of this popular mill. Snow, a Tacoma lawyer and spec- uiator. s purchased a lot in tin- central of Tower avenue and j will erect a two-story brick block there i The local board that have the work of it. Excessive bail shall not be required, i excessive fines imposed nor cruel pun-1 i ishment inflicted. No conviction shall Camped on the Chehalis. The editor of ihe C'lmoNicn: received A reporter for the CUKONK-I.E took one on one day "f the pasi week three letters I of Bosworth's livery teams from parties outside the state, not men- the other day and set out for the banks building in charge is composed of Henry Hanson A. .1 Miller .Iclm k (ion nor i Galvm, J. K. James and Lev. S. mt taken for jirivatc u.-c. exeejit for private j ways of necessity, without just j sation having been first made 01 paid in-' to court for i'-? owner. There shall lie no imprisonment for debt, except in cases of absconnding debtors. The mil- itary shall be in strict subordination to He li.nied above, empiirinp about Washing-: of the swiftly rippling Chehalis. ton and Centralia as a location. j was accompanied by three of the genus j the civil power. All persons charged f that iitlle fe-iture of 'tenderfoot, 'who were prompt to express i crime shall be bailable by sufficient 'made it seem re- lnoir surprise at lhe excellence of the i sureties, except for capital offences, when Onr mention (Yntralia life which Contractor: and: Builder, narkahlo we have no resident dent- road that spans 1-ord s praine and g.ue ,hc :FOVidcnt or presumplion gren. of a duo to lhe Illrnla "lli! The right of trial by jury shall remain n Q A-p. AVJ- Q t-V comfortable homes that dot the prairip. inviolate, but the K-gi.latnve may provide j jldbU.l I A r JjJtl. lili IJ '.-illv I'e'-iu-'b-i f-iir to residence? that dot this region jur_v twelve in Satisfaction GuaranteeA We and Our Neighbors. Winlock's band is improving. is to have a dummy line to Tacoma, Talmage will lecture in Tacoma the Kith of August. A billion of brick will be used in re- average belter than in most of the east-! no( record, and fin a verdict by nine I ei n As one sped through the or more jurors in civil cases, in any com-, timber some auih'.cious peeked j record, and for waiving of jury in civil at the traveler from the nearest tree, and cases, where the cement of parties I i as they passed through deeper timber j interested is given thereto. In criinin.il i those of the tender icet kept a sharp prosecutions the accused shall have ihe lookout for bears. j right to appear and defend in person and Visitors from a country devoid of tim- counsel to demand the nature and ber would be apt to picnic at the f-.rst i c-ause of accusation against him face to shady spot they encountered. But the i in have speedy and impartial CIIONK-I.K man was not inveigled by the trial. No bill of attainder, ex post facto remarks oi "This is a good "I'm i11Wi or ].lw impairing the obligation o building Seattle. Castle Kock is becoming famous for hungry hut along to the' contracts, shall be passed. The right of; cool and .-ha.ly banks of I he Chehalis. individual eiii.ens to hear arms in de-j The river, at the point where it is ford-, oi himself ed on the road to Lincoln creek, presents a pleasant pictr.-c. Above is the broad bend of lhe river, and below are rapids ihrouiih whose deep and narrow channel swirls the emirc volume of water in the riv.-r al its present -ow slage. -----in: IN----- City Property, nJso Aero nnd Five Aero Tracts nenr City. JLn.nd by tfrc.lioii. or its ihtncing parties. The lloquiam is three monllis old an-i growing bolter and brinhter .'lay. Mr. Evans, of Porlland shot a oOO-'i' bear near iloquiam. A horse and rig stolen at s- r.U'.e were fonn.l a! I'uyallup. Tin- Pierce counly instilule will convene Aug. 12. Ahhongh the water in Ik low. ihe Courier il a gable. Hon. A. M. Cannon, o: Spokane Kails, wilhih-aw n as a candiilaic for Slates Senator on account of poor heailll. Tlie Kelso Couri -r says that lh- new shingle mill on lhe tisiraiuicr is'rea.ly for business, willi i'.O.l'lOll -laiiy Ti-.e Pnyallup liulian.-- want Conu'ress to allow them to sell their reservation so a-- lo gel money io improve the remain- der. Triv.n arc now being caught on (he n) li.-r Hoquium creek, but the Washing- Ionian (ells no lish siovics about the sh'e of them. Tl-.c Wasbiiigtonii-.i. say.4 (hat Chas. l-'.ricks-on ha-; forty men at work helwcen 1 loquiam and lhe lermiiius of the. ,tirays Harbor road. H.-qi'.iam is an Indian word meaning "plenty of limber." Thai mime is pat enough lor the whole country between lloqliiam and Ccntralia. Square Heal base ball cinh won a at (Ivs-lervillc lasl we If you gel time from your business for information, or by in.V day's outing, or even for a week's va- cniioiu you will seek long In-fore yon find is a pleasantcr region, or more friendly ,-ounly except the s-upeHor jn.lge ,-iill navi- j'-vple lining by lhe way. lhan in this .v.'k-r. Tivason again Docs Farming Pay? Tin ek b lso loeatcH (loverniy.ent (-laiitiH Thur-'lon and Cln-lmlis o it.ll I' llieel.l, a county bridge, provided Ihe here would lionale the ulher half. Mr. .1. lii'.well s-l.ilcd thai for (en or hveh-c i-ars pasi he had been familiar' wilh (In- a.-lion of lhe county board in Mich matters, and he hud never known j (hem lo refuse lo pay hall lowaid tin- a comity bridge when- the ha.l agreed lo pay lhe other half. In fact Ihey bad ;-oim-timcs wor.l- ed Ihe appropriation so as lo devote an equal amount to thai which should be paid by lhe I'resideiil. Miller slated an instance in Pnyiillup when-Ike counly bo.u.l n- fnseil i'l.OOiHor a.nnnly! The Monlcsnno l-all club clowned Ho bvidift., hill when the ciliivns raisi -.11 qni.im by a s-eoi-.M.i lo -I. Timlin- f'-'.Wilof il .iiid cami- licl'oivllu- hoard lh says thai in lh. i r counly fathers i-iuldn'l 1-i-av to refuse so' pildi.-i Kuan-..-, Monb-aiio po-se- Mim-Ji n-onev dvm'ti-i! Io 'he I'onntv. Ihnn.mOihred Mr. P.. F. l.aulz, a eompaiativoly "1-1 setllcr. as dislinguishe-1 fnmi two-thirds of lhe pre.-eiu inhabilallls of was in conversation U'ilh a reporter of tl-.c L'nuoMi-i.r. the otl-.ev ilay. .Mr. l.antz has rcsi.l. .1 yist norih of this city for Ihrce years, wiu-r.- lie purchased acres of land. Mr. has sobi at lliree dill'ereiit times small tracts: which he liad no! yet been able lo improve, amounting in all HI seventeen acres, for more than the entire iract cost him three years ago. The men who i! are roving it. and thus making Mr. LanU's moic as well as their own. In to the question, "IWs farming pay Mr. replied: "11 pays< heller here lhan in any place 1 know of. It is us far abend of the Willamette valley, far as farming tor profit is concerned, as military shall at any tim vnl, Iciise oi himself or the stale shall not b in-.paire.l, but nothing in ibis section shall he eonslrue.l as indi-j viduals or corporations to organize, main j Staple and I-aney (.jr. lain or employ an armed body of men.! Otlenses heretofore required to be prose-1 culcd by ir.itictmoiii i--- prosecuic-i ment, as Kill be prescribed by law. No grand jury shall he drawn or suinmone-l in any j. creof' the: shaii consisl only in levying war I against it. or adhering lo ils j or in giving Ihcm aid and coiv.fort. No persnii shall be convicte-1 of treason nn-1 less on testimony of iwo wiinesse- to home overt act. or confession in court. No here.iitary pnv- ilegcs ,'-r powers shall 1-e granted or con- ferred jn this slate. T'-.e provisions o; the constilution ar.. unless by exp-.xss words Ihey are declared to be i otherwise. Theenumcration in the con- Mitution of cc-riain rights shall not be. construed to deny others retained by Un- people. The only char.gv s were the words "AH political power is inh-.-u-iU in lhe instead of "Abides with ihe' people." Section "No power of .-us- pending ibe law s-hall he exercised cepl by the K was sirieUeli' out, and section -0, "All eleetlolls, s-hall i he tree and equal" was llms amended, on j molioi! oi Minor, "and no ]Hiwor.civil or Tower Avenue, Opp. Post Office. i.-cries. WixV.en and Willow Ware Sold for SPOT And Derive.'.ed to Any Part, of the City. Forquer Bosworth, T, Feel, Sab and Boaiilini Driving and saddle horsGio. Corner Tower. AVG, aild PlllG Stl'88t. CENTRALIA, WASH. Ziimuer i-iL-vierc imagine. They say llu re that prevent the free exercise ot the right oi clo A Porlland illtorm-y who wan n caller al Col. Kllshury'i ollicc Salnnlay re- i marked lba( in all his (ravels on the I coiisl he had seen n lowu dial is do- j ing asi much a-i ntraha. a man can can make as good a living or. ,.uiViage." A pum'.-iiiini lo j.ivvent the! (he Wiihimelle on iiercs as you j olrrying of concealed weapon.- was voted can acres in the middle states, Tin- clause providing that the' and I say. and can prove it, that a i grind jury shall consist of seven men; fanner can make as much on lt-n acres Wllll M of good farming bud heiv. The m.irket (In million of Turner I he following sec- i here the Sound market.....is (he U s! nd-lc.i, frequent iccm-rcnee the farmer in Cue I'liiod i lo lhe (uiidanien'.al in incipies is whohave spent Iheirlnnd (he prmiriety and (he low.! and u, pl'< ambl.' W ild.-p- Tin v take n-.-.v Die ,-ou ..-ul-.-li ilu -.ominiUc, H A. R li (joods lib,
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