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   Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 22, 1889, Centralia, Washington                             VOL. 1. CENTRALIA, LEWIS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, AUGUST 22, 1889. NO. 6. CART3S. nEO. E. RHODES, ATT'Y-AT-LAW NOTAKY PUBLIC. Fr C Ofilceon West Front Street, adjoining new bank, Centrulia, Wasli. JT T. CUKKY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cciitralin, Washington. OKce near N. P. depot. G. 0. IlTIL. T. ils. EITEL HEINE, CENTRAI.IA, WASH. Offico over Winrd's Store. JJ J. MILLER, NOTARY PUBLIC. "Office on North Tower avenue. JOHN A. TAYLOR, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE NOTARY PUBLIC. OIUcc on Totver Avo., south of Main St. T ANDHUM   J. BARBKR, Main 81.. CKNTKAUA. 1USCIIJJS. BARBER, Tower Avo. Mr. Fred ErickRon, Jr., of the firm of Erickeon it Son, contVaetors of the Cen- tralia it Gray's harbor railway, was in the city Saturday on his way home from Portland, where he had been to secure more men to work on the grading of the new road and also to eecure pro- visions for the The meBRRre. are old and successful railroad contractors. When the transconi; -cntal line of the Canad- ian Pacific was v.'iilt tlie Messrs. Erick- son graded 300 miles of that road and prepared it for tlie iron, having men in their employ at one time. They now have contracts for grading at both ends of the line of the Tacoma, Olym- pia and ChehuliB Valley railway, now in course of construction between Cen- tralia on the east and Gray'e Harbor on the west. They now have eighty-five men at work on ihe end neacst the har- bor and are adding men and teams fast as they can get them. On the eastern end, naid Mr. Erickson they are at present working only a small free of (sixteen men under the su- pervision of Foreman Andrew P.rask. This force is at work on 'lie other side of Mound prairie about twelve miles be- yond Centralia. Mr. Erickftm stated to a reporter of the CintoNid.K thai the road from Cen- tralia to (iruy'B Harbor would be the cheapest and easiest lie had ever known in a timbered country. The jrnuling on an average does not amount to more than 12.000 yurds to the mile. It is an easy down grade nearly all the way from Centralia to the thought the whole line would be completed within eighteen He though Ihe grade would be completed from the torminu? on the harbor into Hoqniain within the next twelve Ganji? nre at work slashing, clearing and grading. Nothing but the scarcity of labor has so far 'icluyed the contractors. They began on .Inly 15. cleariiiL' and grading ten mile? on each of the line be- tween Centralia and the harbor. This twenty mile? all that the Kncksons hiive in their contract, but it is noi un- likely that lln-y will gel contracts for at a. part of the remaining peven miles. The KricksiMis, senior and junior, nre goo-I business men nnd pushers. They have had long experience in the hand- ling of large gangs of men and will eom- p'ote the work in Mi a as rapidly :is any one can. The uradin- of the line from CYntrMia eastward io.uird mines so f.irii- uas but done the Land and ment company. Contracts will be lei for its extension when ihe. ruad strike.11 out in earnest the CouliU valley on the siMithrasi. mate, "why in thunder bon't you get that line out, you long, lean, knock- kneed, tar-tainted, wreck of returning reason? Don't you we're swinging "Aye, aye, Mr. Olson replied re- spectfully touching his cap to the skip- per. Then Mr. Olson leaned far over the rail and raising his voice he called the second mate's attention to a matter of great importance. ''Mr he "what'e eat- ing yon, you tow-headed, block-eyed lub- ber? Do you want to choke the stream Get a move on you, and be quick about it." "Aye, aye, was Mr. Peterson's re- sponse to this delicate attention received from his superior. lie then gave the third mate some instructions. he gently but firmly re- marked: "I'll crack your blooming skull if yon don't hump yourself, you gaunt- eyed, bow-leged. feeder! Hear a hand there; lively, now, and get that line, "Ayo, aye, said in a humble voice. Then Swanson gave the deck hand, who gelt- a mouth, a clout on tlie side of the head, which knocked him down. Then he jumped on him with both feet and .shouted: in----- don't you pay ont that stern line, you low-lived, white-livered, mule-eared, hog-backed, glab-eidcd, bench-legged, feeble-minded moll-grubber! What are we paying you And he finished on the poor man with a kick in the Tho deck-hand ran the line out, and made the bout fast. Then he went down in the hold, where lie anointed his per- son nnd clubbed himself with a hand- spike. ________________ A FEW rOTNTS. of a of tin; Fcatnrcn of Ceiitrnlla's Trosperity. No locality offers a better opportunity for Market gardening than the region about Centmlin, while the prices secured for products ot' iiiis character are first- class. The suppiy has at no time been equal to the demand, and the latter has during the past year increased in a greater ratio than ever before. In and about Centralia the and richest eoil abounds. New York state lias long been cele- brated among the eastern stales for dai- rying. But in that department of agri- culture she has been surpassed by En- gland in yield of milk nnd butter per animal, chiefly for the reason that En- gland has better pasturage. In the lat- ter country greeen grass lasts seven or eight months of the year. In Western Washington cattle feed on green grass j an average of eight and nine months in each year. There is no better country for dairying in the world. The growtli of Centralia in all direc- tions has been rapid almost beyond ex- ample. In the few months since tlie 1st of Sanuary last 800 buildings have been erected in Centralia. Among the rest are several store buildings and busi- ness blocks. CKNTRALIA'S POPULATION. May 1, 1SSS...................... 070 May 18SH...................... Aug. 1, 1.S.SU..................... 1] MEXSOlt, Mnln anil (T.NTKAUA. WASH, i llesidenre Thouirh ptvcf. in Tin1 matter M resi- deuce, may be ".o warrant   wiili'Mit a They are fully alive io California competition, and the in- roads into their trade. The various eoiu- iborcial bodies have taken up the subject aii'i shown the growers the necessity for low if the industry is to be eontin Throi-.jzlmui and Caronne, ihe pr.-iuein-: ?L-clion, in..nieiiso or- cliards and 'he cost of rsisiiiL' lhi.' fruit if small. The trees are well trimmed up. iil they stand in anmiaMy and crain. llaviiiL' the trees, nro heavy bearers, and their fniii mnch tlie French farmers will undnr.bt- e tlieir whatever they uillbrihc, aiv'. the ?w I- mee: them on a scale, of value. at iea.-t will V-Mit'tit tho CL-iiMiinor. rendition of tho sheen of tho CMiintry is thus jiiven iu ihe report of the ol agriculture just is.-ued; Tlie has been very favorable of sheci', aver- sixty gentleman who had paid their dol- lars was to walk into Detroit and ask the, editor why in Cain the paper didn't get here. One of them, Mr. L. II. Northcy, wrote instead and Monday received a letter from the manager of the Free Press saying that Mr. Taylor had no con- nection with the paper and was un- doubtedly a swindler. By the way, where is Taylor? Died AVIth ills Hoots On. Aug. 14> while Stephen J. Field, justice of the U. S. Supreme court, was sitting in Ihe railway eating hrniFfi at Lathrop, Cal., David S. Terry approached and slapped the aged judge in tlie lie was in the act of rais- ing his hand to strike Judge Field again, when Deputy U. S. Marshal Nagle rose and shot Judge Tern' dead. The insult was believed to have been premeditated, as Terry's wife (Sarah Althea Hill Sha- ron) left the room the moment her hus- band began to pick the quarrel. It was supposed that she had returned to tho car for Terry's revolver. She made a sensational scene over the dead body on her return. The Department of Justice at AVash- ington at once announced that it had detailed Deputy Marshal Nagle to pro- tect Judge Field at all hazards from as- sault or insiilt, on account of threats made by Judge Terry. The remains were taken to Stockton, in an express car and the funeral was At its last meeting the city council np-1 held in that city. The district attorney pointed a committee to prepare for the of that county also procured warrants erection of a city building to be used for i for the arrest of both Justice Field and the meetings of the board of trade, as j Murehal Kacle, from a Stockton justice wt-11 a.-, of ihe city council, and also for i of the peace. Nagle was arrested hy the police headquarters and engine, house. sheriff, but released on writ of ha- A fine new school house has been j beas corpus issued by tlie United Stales eroeleddurini: past year, in the south j court on the ground that Nagle did the quarter 01 town, and a f-ccond new killing in the line of hie duty in protcet- building will be erected this fad near ing an officer of tho United States court. the central quarter. There is a good bank, the of A. -1. Miller banker, and be- fore the year closes a second will be or- Both Field and Terry were but Terry had lost hie standing in the party on account of his numerous "bad breaks." Tern" was a Hancock elector A j fyrn fiJl'T Jfl llll'J1 Centraua Improvement Company s Addita NO CASH PAYMENTS Rwjiiirtd of (hose who will BUILD GOOD ALSO LOTS IN WASHINGTON'S ADDITION, J. F. DAVIS, WASKIXeTOX lit CENXRAIvIA James Bros. HAVE LATELY ADDED A-" tock of Dry Good fo T'HEIK St., CHNTKALIA. WAFII, ____________i A, F. ROSS, The facts are iontly staled in your said decision, and 1 omeur in your conclusion thnt the claimant has not TI' i i m i it i j shown such residence as entitles him to batches, Clocks and Jewelry. of I statutes. 1 eannot however, conclude that the i facts shown bv the record and before set REPAIRING A ,hmv 011 of elaimiint. lie may have acted in faith, believinji that liis acts a comi'liaiiee with the law: and the rec- j ovd fails lo convince me that he did not S do PO. 1 am, therefore, unwilling to -cancel his entry on the present record. i Hut I think tho proof submitted is. by I reason of claimant's apparent good faith and continuous residence in the lat- tor year, ample to authorise the pun-hai-e Building b.isis of ;is tlie standard of normal bonlthfiilness and average condition as to ik-sh. The percen'aee of losses during tlie twelve months from April 1. 1SSS. to Ajiril 1, has been liirln. only :i.S as comixired with -H> for lite twelve mouths ended a year ago. Iu all the stales and territories except ek'ht, the 1 i Ceiitralia, Wash. NO GOODS A. L. AIKLVS, percentage ol losses is reiiueou. ana in a number of enscs the reduction is large. In New Hampshire it is reduced from to 'J; in Massachusetts, from o to l.S; in 1 Delaware, from to 'J; in Alabama, from 7 in from in Illinois, from -l.-l to S; ii; Idaho, frxuu ti to and from ft.l to li. The SASH, DOORS. MOULDINGS, I.IMK, CHMKNT. i PLASTER, PAINTS, BRUSHES Is'enr 11. U. CKNTKAI.lA.WAi.il. the Revised Statutes, if ho so elect. (llherwise tho proof oilered must be re- jected, and the case be left to MH'hfurlh- er proof tlie elaiiniint may make, if such should, however, ho submit- led within ninety days from nolii-e of this decision. Your decision modified ST. JOHN.BROS, [iouseapd South Tower Avcnuo, CKNTUAMA, WASHINGTON. AUTISTIC rATKK Tlu- SulVrrlnj; Dorklunul. The captain of a Mvamov was trying t ;nake a landing at the inH th operation was at'ended with some dilti- c'l'iity, line from the bov, had been run out and mnde fast to. a post, but th vesPolV Rfern wan Huinging oil' into th dream. The skipper, with n scowl on bin on the bridge abaft, the wheel house and stared nl Ihelirst male, who wan hustling ttnwnd on the hurri- cnuo roof aiuidtOiips. beluw ou the "imirlei'-diM'k the recond mato wns belpiin; the third and a deck hand io dike the turnn out of the t-tern line, which wns snarled tip on deck instead of being fust on the dock. "Mr, said tho captain in u e ..f to tin- liri! the is uncivilised, sud Mary- land, Florida, Michigan. Iowa, Nevada and it is increased a mo nuts frotu one-tenth to 1 per cent, in and to per cent, in Nevada. Tort land Oregon iau: A California iit'wspaper has an item to the etlect that the fruit crop of Oregon is almost a fail- ure this year, and our state have tc depondehietly on orclurds for its supj-'ly. llnw such a lie Could -ret current is not easily :-een, Oivsrou has a great abundance, and oven a abuudatico of fruit of all kinds. If ap- iganized by Messrs. PackarJ, Gilchrist in 1SSO, but was defeated while the rest and Johnsonc. A fine two-story brick! of tho ticket carried the state. block, fronting 25 feet on Tower avenue was known all his life as a desperate and 80 feet on Main Ftreet. is now being and dangerous man, and his death was built to accommodate this bank. i in harmony with his career from the The Northwest Educational Society outset. His killing of Broderiek before are erecting Grace pcminary the war made Terry infamous through- to on a bcautifnl eminence out the country and this last escapade overlook in ir tho town. of was as wortliy of one of Bret For ;he eastern investor who wishes Harte's early characters as were several to place his capital here, Centralia and of the earlier episodes of his checkerexl ihe surrounding country ofler a cood career. The old timers of this coast who field. are rare for loans j knew and remember Terry are generally on improved farms, but there is great j unanimous in saying that it would have j demand for money mnong farmers who been well if the vigilance committe had have a few acres cleared and on which years ago anticipated bullet and loans can be placed in amounts to' saved thai otlieer trouble. one-fourth or one-rifth of the value of i Terry a few years since married ihe the property. This security is good be-i woman who claimed to have been the :yond quer-ticn. j wife of theimllionaireex-senator.fharon. i i The United States supreme court a short I Open the AVimlows. timc flgo finanv disused of her claim to From tho WorM. millions by holding that she had never i An extraordinary fallacy is ihe dread been locally married to Pharc-n. Both of nichi air. What air can we breath at Terry and wife had vowed to wreak but night air? The choice is vengeance on Judge Feld for their dtsap- between pure niirht air from without pointment. 1 and foul air from within. Most people prefer the iinaeccumaMe I chr-ice. will say if it is prov- ed that fully one-half of tho diseases we suiVcr from are occasioned by tho people sleeping with their windows shut. An open window mort nights in tlie year can never hurt any cities nichi air is often the best and phiy wilh an old shotgun, "thought purest had in twenty-tour hours. unloaded." He put the barrel in a One could better understand shutting j'lrti when it exploded, injuring the windows in town during the day j nim severely. than during the night for the sake of the j Hugh Me.Innos was killed, and terribly sick. The absence of smoke, the quiet, mangled by a falling tree near Tort Pis- all tend to make the night the best time eovery. for aiding the patient.' One of our high- j The Columbia river steamer Multno- est medical authorities on consumption wm run jn opposition to the 0.; K. air of on the upper sound. Charlie Voorheos said at Tacoma thar lie is out of politics. Frank "Russell was arrested at Tacema Friday for forging Allen C. Mason's and Conncihuan Steole's name. Mr. Crowley. who went to Sehome to put in waterworks, was robbed of a watch and rir.g and in cash. of iivn, silver au-l gold are reported between Mount and the Baker river. The Centralia News was thoonlvdaily GENERAL STORE, Call and inspect their stock and prices. Bot! will suit you. We have also a fine assort- ment of GROCERIES, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Boots Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Etc. St., near depot, CENTRALIA, WASH, R UBBERWOOD Contractor and Builder Mason Work a Specialty. JL Satisfaction Guaranteed j We anil Our Neighbors. Ynkima reports a good poach prop. Fred Roree, temporarily insane, Out his throat at Cattle Keck this The 10-year-old son ot Dr. 0- II. In thy great Thompson, near Ton Townsend was at li: 1 mo that tl London is never so good as after 10! o'eltM'k :u night. Always air your room. then, from tho outside air if possible. Wiiuiowr aro made to open, doors, are made TO truth which seems ex- tremely dinieuh of apprehension. Kvery nxnn must be aired from without, every pussage from within. A Smooth Scoundrel. i Citv Grocer v Store, Tower Avenue, Opp. Post Office. Staple ami Fancy Groceries Wooden nnd Willow "Ware for SrOT CASH And Pelivercil to Any Fart of the City. ard Hoyle, Some lime ago, four or livo weeks, a tall you HI: appeared in Con- tralia as tlio alleged representative of the Detroit Free I're.-s. Ho had none of the Forquer Eosworth, Livery, Feeil, Sale and Good driving- and saddle horses. Corner Tower Ave. and Pine Street. winning of the hiuhtoned journal- ist. His figure and countenance reseni- paper west of Spokane Falls that had a representative on the recent press excur- sion to it had two. Tho Tacoma. Seattle, Port Townsend and bled that of the present editor of the, oly, tVUow, Io KMOO New York Tribune in his he was a confidence man of the worst kind, He speedily hold of our Denial eon- almuuaneo ot iruit ol all kinds. U ap- pies ure not a threat crop, there aro still 11 far wore apples than ran he easily marketed, and have more Iruit lo ship abroad than usual. Kvon of poaeh- j es and grapes tho crop oi ISSli will bo greater and bettor than usual. (Ion. lUitler declined to art as attorney to piweonto.ludgo Field. He Drives the law of tho enso as lollowb: "If a man I is and in in danger of his lilt1. lie is obliged to to the wsill before he i enn kill his assailant. It is dill'ovont in j the cave of ;ui ottirer sent to protect n jjudge of ucour'. It is thiMi left to his judgment lo strike when he fear thai the life of tlie judge is in dauber. The MnMtium com litnlionsil coin en- lion a'ljoui nod MHO dio Saturday. A burglar took I'M from Seattle res- idenee in broad davliirht Sundav. temporary. V 1 allison, wlio used to watch his (locks hy night hobo-! Taeoma has adop'.ed tho IS-hour tiro gan to oporale the Meirury) system, within thirty miles of Detroit. He gave the name of "Harrv D. Tavlor" and in i Fred T. Trotman was lyin-hed :it Kos- Ivn Auii. 11 for the murder ol ".'liouias CENTRALIA, WASH. Zdiimier -DKAI.KKS TX- less than "ihroo shakes of a lamb's Thomas, an inotVonsivo AYolslumin. tail." as tliey used to say iu Michigan, in tho Wallii valley is had convinced Fatlisou tho j lo yield iwemy-six bushels to berry marl; on his loft urmthat ho (Tat- lUTl.t lison) was his loiiff see- brk.k (arto bo wiiMii. The two gontlcmen then n..uly for L John Sullivan one yeuv in jail hy the und a j motion (or new trial was ove started ont. Mr. represented tluit if he PO- ouved titty subscribers to the Kroo Tress ho would furnish that excel- lent but misguided Democrat jourmil at a your, and publish Ihovoin a and IVters came colninii u rile-up of the town find its in-j '.ho mountains from Lake t'helan to dust ries. j with nine hi ad of horses in Wrofco [Kissed and ntill tho papers did sixteen tlnys. They think their trait not arrive. The (iirt impulse of the entirely pvacticablc for ,1 raihoa I. HARDAV ARE, Stoues, atjd Qoode, nil kindn of Timviirt1, .-irn nrcjinrcil to do Tinning, IM nnd Ki i1. Tower 0110 iliwr nortli ol SI, C'K.VTH.U.f 1, WArtH.   

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