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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - September 12, 1889, Centralia, Washington VOL. 1. STATE TICKET AV1> JVLATFOJtH. Close of tlic Work of the Walla Walla. WAW.A WALLA, Sept. 5 CImirmau Stiles called the convention 'o order at 10 n. in. for the second fcsHion. For Lieutcnan Governor, Homain, of Okiinogiui, nominated Chns. E. Lmigh- ton, Skagit county pveFented G. V. Calhoun. C. M. H niton, cf Yakiina, I in JIM nrfliT for the return of the rebel [lug? cultured by Hie Kuhlicrs of the union. j in- ninny resfium-s of Washington require the cart) of protection for ilu-ir vdopinenl, The dwttriiiu uiunuitited at Ciiii-n- go in June, IBSS, the national rt'publiean mirly reoelvt'tl the Imlorsemcni of the jit-oHe ;of WumlitKtou hy ncurly majority. With re- ncivt-tl faith in Uutir truth, we emphatically nflirm those canlimil nrincipk's, iintl com- tliuir uppritljutirm. fully runlizo tlnit in or- i A'TT O .BOOK Calhoun. C. M. HoHon, cf Yukima, I ,ak-s. n-jw-uhi iim; proof are ihiKphiced wiihin Hie and W. Gray, of Eranklin, were also i the roster, and ifihe hitter i.s I t K7 in mure Hum lines of j o[ cr be is re.-'iions-il-.le, i not the The IJJR- r, rr "rr L ST.P iTf) fifV NfjVfi LlpT Hi fjH P t.fi JJ Ua U aD1 ilUV CUjluO, U. Uo., J-i UU. First Ijimghion 183, Cnlhoun 122, UoHon20, Gray M. Second Laughton MS, JlOUIl 1-tS. TJ'lllOll, '1. ii n> linn; linn no ill "l" I) il T -_. to L-tmurt'ss incii who are and noU'm- publication, and lie the Third lol, Culhoun Anu-rinui labor, i.rai-ticiil men nut date nf inokim' nrvicf and 1-15. Holton 2. The nomination was i.....-- then made unanimous. tSecn-tiiry of state Allan AVeir, of j .TcfVereon, received 252 votes on the first ballot, and 0. C. "While :Jo. Slate U. A. was jioniinated bv noelainalioii. If IA 5JNO PAYMENTS Hcipd of those will BUILD GOOD HOE ALSO LOTS !N WASHINGTON'S ADDITION. LANDRUM LAN DRUM, Agents. C.'ESTRAi.lA. TVAPTT. "a.mes l liny wiril-ilin'-tcil lui? n.r ils 111 the llnlliv There i State 51. Heed wns nomi- nated umininioiitdy. Attorney General AV. C. Jonce, of! theapj.Heant; Spokane., was nominated inmninionslv. i'" tin- carryim; tram- ihc lirst public-Hi, .n of j 1 f.ink'c .if i the v.'lln ihc o tne Superintendent (if Public- jf tjR, Of Ji. lUTiin.of Clu-lialis received 250 nmt-'ty dnyn io tju> .Into I I EABJSUM ROHASrS, i Contractors and Builders. -----HAVE LATELY ADDED A- s: Mum.48. Ir-ra-iorutim.i.wli.w i." lu nis-.- tlic rc-i-tiT ill" aiil-Pi-iuii wi.'.lM l-uhlic CoininiFfionei-Foutz, of! U. iLr. liw S. Tniux, ofircni ihc liy catifii of ilu! imtin- f.'.r sixty ul ffny j Giirfiol.i. Lewis county prewntcJ W. '''wi'nV'jji'ili'i'lnVii.liiiv of lhe would bu suii.-iue-; I T. Forrc.-'t. 1'iiTCa UIIil Spokane 60C- i U'W-n-n UK- nn-1 mijn.-l ..I i i pon-cr. nii-1 ;o It nuu-lv OUVF; ic-iuiro- _ ___ omlcd Forrest. Clarke county present- j rcuMitr.iloii mi.l mlu-r; ,nL.m [n had Ijvcn dis- i od Louis The firf-'t hallot re-; nf in many in your di.-irict, Eiilted: Forrest. 1S1; Truax, IIM i-xviuMmi ae; :nT.l ln-unilj- .-K-ii f.i'r-: the n-k'is'-tr and iw-ivvr wi-re dinvtcd lo i iU.tr nMiiay in strirllv id ihf ill ll-ltcr of "o T, I'm I'll" ho r--f Kfirof ill-tir.clioilf .liulsrc K. 0. Dnnbar was j were nui.ie -u a.-- lo .-ilXn I nominated by acclamation. A ballot j pendini: ihem. COM- WIlS taken fur the four remnillilli; i.r.-.vi.li-" ri'i-i'.l '-yf-nn'of' mudc of aii'l i TI I fiicUirl' ill onli-r lit tlh1 r.' ri'-'t'iV'-r v. err fchk-P remvod Job, Hoyt .1. iM. ihM Hh Anders IW, I-tillurinn !i; .Iitiu- S. g f-TtiitT (.'nly roi-alled by and Thurston roiintic.-1 noniinnt- n-j.-u'lirlinii'i'l'iv fur in t-f July ]1. ed Mason Town, ol Mrintosuno. for eupe- K'r llu' rior illdLTO. I ni pub- He' mum v L> thi-'nWv h.n TIIK II HVIiliin. si. .ii; i v.'i- f.nlir t-.illrd to the plaifnrm. Ho Kiid "1 "-.'rV r.-'Vn .r didn't inuigiiR- i po mi'.r.y friends in r the whole territory. I j'md tlsal my t-er-: vii'Ofi us governor, if I do it, are ap- "f byilieold and by this1 convention. IK- iljp governor f-f' ihe new t-tate uf iili.- the tii-nn] jnT-.d ti- th-.- frit-nd.-? nun- 1 rnr.ntiiii: n 1C -TO THEIH- CST'O o i U I Gall and inspect their stock and prices. B o t i will suit you. We have also a fine assort-' j ment of GBOOEEIBS, GLASSWABE, CEOGKEEY, Boots Shoes, Fitrnisliind Goods, Etc. St., near depot, CEKTK.VLIA, AVAS1I; i joots and Shoes, Trunks, FurnisMns; GCOCIB, Etc. will In- elected liy at hulft lO.OlKI major- ity. 1 not make a address, IMI! in tn-.-iu- of ths I ea'.i refrain from eallinir your at- h li- h. !-l ili: -Ml.Mii. the Pnpreuiacy (-f KepUOHcaniMll -.A-.-h .M throughout (he nation, and HO I say to i-'. !'i v von, if ll.ere :uc t.. tr: pelting that." Ferry was ropea'e-lly iut.-rrnpte} hy Kinnear sai-i he would heariily l-'crry, he had already he !.li..nld Ferry be nomina'.e-l. anil j-taiid hy old jtarty :uid helji make it be believed it would be. triuinjdiaut in Uctoher. i l .STATK Tlie contra! committee q en as follows: A. Wells. H c w. l.''. llivilhis. j preside. 1'avis. j T. dritHtts. Seot Shetland.. n-ite-! A. Caliaiiau. V i.rnv. K. nliphaut. Island-.Ierome Kly. K. (.'lark. Mciiraw. li. Ames. 11. Hair. C. Hhiuehart. li. Welly. W. Fainvoathcr. Necland. Houiaine. F.. King. L. Xixon. San Kelly. 1C. K. Matloek. I-'.. Thomas. l-'cririison. Kedpalh. II. .Mauley. S. (iowov. II. AValla Kiildaud. I.. Jenkins. Chambei lin. F. l'ro.---er. Three were to. _____ be selected hereafter by the chairman of! The hind ollice in ihiscily a letlei from _____ t--eneral laud oilicc, lie An tlio iloirenm ol Miv u Wnfli inst nicl of the h-Mer if Jniu- j labour i-ti'ii't adherence to Ihe rule imiiy iii M-ciirin.: ihat liiuil limiui- eliiim eutric-- You nnr cniioiiiinwi-iilih Hi.-I1: of i- o cipi j N. 11. j John Miller Murphy i for j II. .1. Snively. of Yakima, nas i nate.i lor attorney general. .1. 11. Morgan, of Kiitilus. was lor of s, I On the vote for laud coi.r.nissioiier lhe republicans hud a chance lo show if lhe j Democrats would as much lor l.cuis tiour irave M. the convention. Tlu> JMntr.ii V COMV'AXV, jfason Work a Specialty. Satisfaction Guaranteed A un'.HF.u UF r.vr.KY D A. B. CASE CO., 1 I 3S. Pacific aye., Tacums, GI.OVE CO., Cleveland Paifcber Co. BELTING AND HOSE. Hoyt's Oak-Tannecl Leath: Beltings Lacings. I'Ki'ihiii'j. i Shoes, lirniryiats' Snudr! Forqiier Boswortli, lively, Sale ami Bomiliiij Stalilcs! Good, driving and. saddle horsss. Corner Ave. and Pine Street. CENTEALIA, WASH. i in 1101' Poo to, Ave., Near Park. tin' five mi.l imiari'vivo alFects IfiV cases in which limil 'proof had j IMH nini (r.oni hy "'ude, ami iiKml oiliers iii j been published. Following is the (nil Northern 1'acilic railwii'ylo lhe niiiKrnliilnlliiK our we letter: I loin namenl a! Tao.umi. Sept. lii to HICPAIITMKM- ot- Tin: IsTKllloll, beilillllilii; Sej.l. 1-1 tickets niil be sold 'iho union 'loiahi KltA1- '.AMI OrricK, WAMHNH I-ON, IV C.! -rood rctni-niui; Sept. :M. at one otic iviind trip. We j II ,v .1 p -V -n r 'in udminislralioli of I he Timber and ('e'll r-oa t I iiml've Invile i. I which b.ave been Ihe silbject'of eoire.-.- ......i i tm. will, i pondence, mid in to which I have l v "''-flf! Imi'lvm. follows, The .latule v.....dies that the iwi 10. leiin-iri-: no: J. O. McAllister, Hew Store in Railroad Addition.1 li 3 r> T3 i iv Ls W .A Iv II Stoues, atjd (Joods. im. d-, 'i; H'. o( Tilivure, and are pn-purcd ilu Chinit' and lla.-iiitilK', l-'.lc.
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