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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 29, 1889, Centralia, Washington tl VOL. 1. CENTMLIA, LEWIS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, AUGUST NO. 7. PROFESSIONAL, CARDS. rt KO. E. RHODES, ATT'Y-AT-LAW NOTARY PUBLIC. Oflice on West Front Street, luljoinlugnew bank, Ceil trail, reel, luljoinlugll Wash. JT T. CORKY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Centnula, Offlcu near N. P. depot. 0. G. EIIF.L. T. G. Ill juts. EITEL 4 IlEISE, CENTKALIA, WASH. Office over Wlarn'H Drug Store. IT J. 3IILLEK, NOTARY PUBLIC. Office on North Tower nvemlL'. TOIIN A. TAYLOU, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE NOTARY PUBLIC. Oflice on Tower Ave., Boutb of Main St. T ANDRU.M i LANDRUM VTT'YS-AT-LAW and REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Ofliee ncnr depot. CENTIUUA, WASH. JAMES D. M1NKLEK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, CKNTKAI.IA'9 HEAUTliri'Ij IIO.1IES. One of the Fine Kefiidonces that Soon Adorn Cciitrnlia. At the corner of Walnut and Pearl streets, in the southern quarter of the city, Mr. Charles Gilchrist has a force of men at work erecting a residence for himself. "When completed, it will be one of the handsomest and most com- fortable of Centrulia residences. The grounds upon which it is situated are ample, being an entire quarter block, 110x180 feet. The tasteful an'! pleasing Queen Anne style has been adopted by Mr. Gilchrist and of style in new buildings in a growing city will have an exception here. The windows f.l the front will be of stained glass and single panes in each sash, while in the front vestibule there is a large plate glass window. Entering at the front door, Mr. and Mrs. Gil- cbrist's visitors will enter a vestibule Ilxll feet, from which a handsomely designed slairway leads to the upper rooms. At the left is the door into the parlor, 12x15 feet, and directly in the rear of the parlor, connected by folding doors, is the dining room, 12x15.9 feet. At the right of this is the living room. 12x14 feet. In the last two rooms are spacious bay windows. ]n the rear is a roomy kitchen from which a stairway An Old Timer's Sketch of Terry. Salt Luke Tribune. So at last by violence the stormy, rindictive, undisciplined soul of David S. Terry has gone out. David C. Brode- rick, whose body has fallen back to dust in Lone Mountain, has had mighty ven- geance wrought for him at last. It will be" thirty years now in a few clavs Gince Duvid Terry killed Broderick. It was a .fair fight under the code, snd it was necessary, for it was one of the opening acts in the world's mightiest tragedy, and fate was setting the stage and shift- ing the somber scenes. Terry took of- fense at an impatient word dropped by Broderick, took offense not because he was offended, but because it was deemed necessary by the men who had been virtually riding California for ten years, that Broderick should be put out of the way. was but the instrument, but he was a willing one. The shot that killed Broderick was the opening had been developed, that in his natural honest heart he believed that he was un- jusdy regarded by themcn of California, and that this belief tended lo make him the more morose and unforgiving; mid so he walked his lonely way until in a moment when he was in the act of com- mitting an outrage in response to his old fiery anger, he was killed. It is a pitiable ending to a pitiable life. Our ISoys and Girld. Scunner TFernM. "Washington territory, like all new countries, has a much larger male than female population. This condition of affairs is in a great measure due to the fact that a great many more young men than young women leave their early factory, with new and improved ma- chinery and a capacity of 7000 pounds of cheese per day. Last year the exports from Puget Sound, consisting principally of lumber, wheat and wool, amounted to nearly Total value ol exportation from Portland during the year, 081 .SO. The Congregational association has decided to locate a church hook publish- ing house and depository for the north- west at Ellensbnrg, and propose to erect a brick block to accommodate the insti- tution. Prof. E. S. Irigraham and a party six others have returned to Seattle after a full exploration of the mysteries of the dizzy heights oi Mount Tacoma. They gun of the great war, and it was held as an omen of good througl: of the chivalry the continent acres homes and strike out to grow up with claim to have slept one night in tiie some newer country. At present the: crate: proportion of females to males in this country is about one to three. Thus it is that many men arc compelled to Trouble with the Indians is reported from Colville, W. T. They have burred great deal of hay, and threatened the mi it iiKiu msten their pants to their suspenders i lives of the settlers. Orders have been all (he ranks shingle nails, there not being a I sent from Washington to the command- j sufficient number of women to make ing general of the division of the Pacific But it awakened the thought which held I wives for all. In many of the eastern California and Nevada firmly in the 1 states the number oi women greatly ex- Union, when a year and a half later j the great struggle came. From the faces of the men of Califor- nia it was a relief for Judge Terry to ceeds that of the man, and often times the scripture is fulfilled by two taking hold of one man. A short time ago a bogus letter, purporting to come from to take such action as is deemed necess- ary, THE COUNTY The Republican Cenrenttmi Com-fiics lit Chehalls Today. The Republican primaries for Centra- ladies and widows, not onlv from Boston -ur 1- I'XDEKWoon. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. South Tower avenue. CKXTRAUA, WASH. T. I1. FRANCIS, PHYSICIAN AND SUHOECX. New Tort, i: BUY A LOT in the it Improvement tapy's Addition NO CASH PAYMENTS Required of (tec who will BUILD GOOD HOUSES, ALSO LOTS IN WASHINGTON'S ADDITION. J. F. DAVIS, BASHING-TON James Bros. Co., -HAVE LATELY ADDED A- Goods -TO THEIR- to be booming in nirne five clnl KiVi.li-mV phiying regularly. This Is the res liSi-nro 'fn'mlV iVi 9 n'.'ia.i Spalding's trip around the world. came without the honors and without I T. Binkley, E. B. Moore and W. F. Pattison. Baseball appears, to be booming in j due. j T1'7 M wmlt ,io :lre j The gentlemen whose names were on Australia. In Melbourne five, clubs are; certain a, to Ihcir quaht.es lor making 8 good wives. The following is a sample. T T woman, and, Ti ___ i... >i.......' bury, Daniel iity.ycswonh, J. .a. Kow- This is.ho result of, rj T. SWASKY. I.. II. S.irlhi-y. To ,1. F 1> IU U1L 111iU i till; til Uli: IJIIH. M T iiml t IP portion her rase hnu ugsimioii T The ot Lewis county arc S. and thonjrhl do not live in ,n n.m.f in rnnvpntirm 1'HYSICIAX AND SURGEON. every ciny. The commissioners tent out bv the in oourUie vcsierdav made an assault !m" J "ot "vc j reqnested'to meet in general convention -11 .i.e I there wind.! have been nothing said. The case against Justice Field forcom- j )lll( the eoii-t al once cnn- plieiiy in tbe killing of Terry, was dis- j i( Us a political (cud; Ibe impres- niissed at Slocklon Saturday. The ease j once I..ok form thai il had been against Mnrs-hiil Xeaglo was continued j thai r.ro.U-nek should be The Northern Pacific has received twenty new colonist sleepers which are i to be put in service on through trains j this month. They aro models of beauty from Barney e; Smith, and contain many improvements over colonist sleep- i ers u.nv in use. F.aoh car has fourttet! sections, with gentlemen's toilet rooms in i one end, and ladies' .oom in ibe used in rel.m'.dmg (a if j J which heats the ear by means of ho; j a dispute, Fred eondncted thronsh In the oiipositeeud is a range ronn'.lcd by kitchen facilities. The] car is tinished in ash. nuinle and butter- Good driving saddle horses. Corner Tower Ave. and Pine Street. CENTRALIA. WASH. iini 11 oi' Sentli Tinvrr Aveiniv, CKNTUAL1A, WASHINGTON. PAPKlt HANGING. hoeaiise be in Ibe path of (he lill Thursday of (bis week. The cruiser fbarleslou bad her second ambitions of certain men were d (rial S.Uurda-. llnringher enlire nm I tennined lo have no divided reign ol four Imm'tt under forced d.alt she i California, and thai hence he wc.s eapturc.1. i nut, beautifully m-.lisbed. The sections tieod gold bearing has been are divided by sliding headlvards, eifect- louud on a spur on the west side of the ing a privacy not ivssihle in those Coast m.ninlains. r.b.ml miles in use, where secriiins are separated by east ui Mav.-hliel.L Surface i wire netting. assay fW to llie loll. An ingenious arrangement ef the seats Mrs. F.liwibelh IViyle, of Norlh Hay, enables them to be extended or F.nl Sleilaeoom Saturdnv. i res; when prepared for She iba! every flu' "im miide knots per hour and de- veloped horse power. Her speed wnn ssilisfaclory, but the renuircd horse power in es peeled to be developed on her Iriid. ,ie with whom i and each scat is provided with a box, in i i i i can be stored he.l.linir or small intacl was ilcsuno.l lo hi1 i baggage. In each section, also .is l.'.o- i 1 t x-idci1. a table similar to those used in I The fanners near W.iodlaud, Pullman ears. The ladies' toilet loom j ii snpiibed with niiirl.lc (op wasli s.iiii.l ;counly, bine tbe keeping hijliiiiiy iatimi, and havo just iom-1 Halctv eluiinn. Maeh ear porter. f iln- iiinii! pleted and ji.it operation n line new A Hiydi-n's l.nii.lc. killed. That ii-.ipression made n band i by her. on Judge Terry's brow which he could j A R E Stoves, Jiijware, arjd and are in-epaied lo do Him Lie. St,
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