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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - September 19, 1889, Centralia, Washington VOL. 1. CENTKALIA, LEWIS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBEll NO. .1 THE REPUBLICAN RALLY, A Grand Occasion at liinklc.y's Opera HotiBe Last Friday Friday afternoon at a o'clock Hon. John L. Wilson, the republican candi- date for congress, arrived in Centrnlia overland from Chehalis, wdiere he had spoken the evening belore. He was met by a commitlcc headed by His Honor, M. D. Wood, mayor of Ccnlralir.: Hon. A. J. Miller, President of Iho Jioard of Trade, and Hon. Ceo. R. Kic-e, chairman of Ihe republican city committee. The parly with Mr. Wilson was composed of Hon. J. Z. Welly, chairman of the county republican committee: Hon. M. Yoder, Dr. Adams, f'rof. J. T. Forrest, principal of the Chehalis public schools; Hon. W. T. Forrest, republican candi- date for state land commissioner; Editor Frank Owens, District Attorney Ticy- nolile, and several other prominent re- publicans. As the candidate for congress Blighted a reporter of the Cinto.xici.r. look an inventory of his physical make- up. Mr. Wilson is a man of slight, wiry figure, quick and active, and would be labeled a rustler by the observer. His: most notably prcpofscsi-ing feature is a bright and searching eye, which in con- versation is very expressive. Ailcr supper at tlu- Arlington the Binkley's Cornet Band paraded the streets and in a few minules ihe opera house was filled with people, there being a very flattering al tendance of ladies. Hon. George S. Kice first introduced ihe Messrs Richards, who gave a delightful rendition of popular nirs on the guitar and mandolin. The glee club sang Hie following campaign song, c..mp'-cd by Miss Moss, of Chehalis: IJriug the good ol.! bnglo, boys, and sing another song. Sing like (.-o.nl republicans, and sin.' i' loud and strong. .Sing a song ..f UilehrlM. and ol and "f long, While we arc marching 1" rnoiii s. Hurrah! Hurrah! We'll bring the jubilee; Hurrah! Hurrah: We'll oaM our b.'illols free. United we have alwavs been, we mint be, While we are m.irehiug to siuloho-Kl. Forrv for our governor, a loyal man is ho. 1-Vrrcs'. our ivn.mis.-.iom'l- oi public binds support of the republicans: but llm democratic majority in congress feared if the territories of the northwest were ad- mitted the combination between the elate of New York anil the solid south would be broken, and they agreed that no now states should be admitted until after the presidenlial election of During the six-feeding four years, UK parly ils starving hands. The republi- can party accomplished its work? Never until in the language of the brilliant Blaine, every nniii, native or naturalized, black or white, can walk abroad in all ibis land of oiirs in the possession of all j his civil and political rights. [Great ap-1 phmse.l He then gave his unqualified assent to the republican platform and j WHEN YOU GO TO TACOMA 3, CLOTHING, -CIO TO------ BUT A LOTH t in the IBIImllla democrats kept up the same policy, do- j pledged himself, if dec-led, to make a feated the various bills for the admis-i painstaking, concientious representative, sion of South Dakota and Waidiington. doing all in his power to advance the I They resolved in caucus to not lei in any mail-rial inierests of that porlu.ii of the i new" state until after ihe election ol continent we occupy, and closed amid !l68S-and they kept their resolution! i great applause with the pVa: Lei all: .five., the election, when it was incvita- i republicans stand by the ticket and work ble that the new republican congress for the election oi same, with malice would admit the new stales, only twelve i toward none and charity for ail, to pre- I I of the democrats gave uptheir then use- j paic the great party for another lustrum less opposilion anil voted with the entire of duty, and in doing tb-cy would pre- j body of republicans lo admit the new pare themselves for another lustrum of j states. When the bill admitting Wash-- glory and of victory. j 1 inglon parsed it rrcived every rcpubli-i At the close of Mr. Wilson's speech 'can vote and only twelve democratic on motion of ib- chair throe rou'inir j i i cheers were given for Wilson and tin1! i Then, said Mr. Wilson, the democratic ticket. Then the audience begin to call; 'nhiiform endorse the h-.ti-administration for the local candidates, lion. J. H.; 'of Mr. j-lhvreany bod-.- in Ij-uig re-ponded in a manly little, speech.; Wanhir-.don who will indorse his battle i in winch he punctured the charges of; Hat- order, who will endorse the pension the opposition that he i? a ''corporation ;-------_--------------- vetoes or the laml policy ef the man." He pledged himself if elected to 1 William Andrew Jackson Sparks, or his, s'and by the cour.ty in which he had [ippointmt-l.tx to federal positions ill this 1 grown U. inaiihool. i----......_._ i territory, notably the Seattle ifind office, j Charles Gilchri.-t :ir.i--e and Iwwed win-re lOOa tinal proofs remained acknowlc-du'mciiis in response to repeat- Ud, or who v-ill end..rse the army of .'-d calls, lie was In clu-ore 1. i special agi-J.is sen! oul t.. harass, H''11'- T' nominee for stale 'iv-d.-vil. bolilllc and beworry I hi! m.-n land (-.'.nnni.--.-loner, made a mode: t who are baiiding signal vstio'us. lo civil- drc.-- with clearly n.a.U- Huts. ihe The glee ohib sarg ,'mr- Northwest. Thr-speaker then said he ii.g Uu-eveninir. ami th-.- had always been a'r.-publ'can by birth, h-y'si-and to wakc-r the by heritage am! by c -jnvic'-iou believes: At ih" 01 l.i- now and iilwavs will believe il.r-sr-.p.-e-m-; .n v.i :c t" -ivv lha; pa'riv as lo Mr. n. Mr. Wii.on .per.', the n.-xi day iv. (Vniraiia, k-.ving at op. m. wl.vie sp S.-.turd-iy a pailv b Til iir.dt-r the of the ________ _ (ilwoo M-vulliMib, Tacompu, Washington. I'ASil PAYHHTS lidjiwl it Ite rit till BUILD ALSO LOTS IN WASHINGTON'S ADDITION. IvANDRTJM LANDRUM, EOMANS, I Contractors and Builders, j Gontractor: and: Builder, Mason Work a Specialty. Satisfaction Guaranteed, Zimmer Foote, IX- TACOMA C-ROCLCKV COMPANV, "WHOLESALE GBOOEES, Stoues, that party the hom-ii; i-f hiK'r. Vir.-t The h.-l.n-.-ii-a-.l acl, by ihi-cjsliilg vol.. .--iVieol'ns-. -ii. NOTAUV 1'lT.LiC Tiiour.tir.ns :.o Wli-k-wearcnnirciiing to d. Klina aside all prejudice, and wi.i-k with might and main, Toli-ad tin- grand old party on to We so .wo senators While we arc marching to We'll scud a pair of workers to the sen- at-.-on the run. And AVilsou t.. Ihc lower II..II.-P to help old Washinglon, AVhi-n wo have marchc 1 into state- Our ticket it is all made up oi li.'i-.fsi men and true, To represent the bran new ---tar upon the of blue, And with Ihe grand old party broom we'll sweep the country through. Whi'.c we arc inarching lo powe.ll win the victory and pr..nJ'y vu- That in this best of nil the states upon the western coast, Thai we republicans do always reckon with the, ho.-t. While we arc marching to statehood. Hon. S. C. Hcrren, candidate for rep- resentative, was in.ro-hiced by chairman Kice. Mr. Hcrrcn began by disclaiming any intention ot a speech and to make his speech hern later in Ihc cam- paign, lie believed I hat if became to Centralist in a [iilurc campcign he would come to it as to the Capital ot the slate of Washinglon. He paid a warm tribute to Centralia's enterprise and growth thanked the republicans oi this city for i their vote for representative last year.: He alluded to a democratic story that Hon. Henry Long, republican for senator, came to this country a bare-'. footed wandjjrcr across Ihc plains, nn.l paid the facf should he credited to his honor seeing what a man he had imidc i of himself. He denounced as a false- hood the allegations oi the democrats that Mr. l.flng is a corporation man, and declared that Mr. Lnng's whole career ytamped him as man who serve his fellows ably, hone-lly and honorably. Mr. Hcrrcn referred lo Hon. ,lohn L. Wilson, the speaker "i the evening, very happily, and said Hint bis Grillits, had described hi.usc'.f UK an intellectual giant. He said that Wilson's pounds would prove move lhan a match for this "intellectual giaut." The democratic parly had another "intellectual giant" and he was going to run for congress on Ihc demo- cratic ticket in lloston. He then intro- duced, as be said, a John L. who wns not that kind of a man, not a .lohn L. Sullivan but a .lolin L. Wilson. Mr. Wilson opened with a graceful rec- ognition of Mr. llcrren's llnltcriug intro- tluellon, got down lo business al once, tie plunged al ouco into his sub- ject, Ihc record ol the.re- publican pnrly and Its present phitlorm. He wtMil. IhriniKh the democratic plat- form, pointing oul and imic- He denounced ihi chlim of ornlit (or tho admission ot Wunhinglon. 1'rior lo 1SK-I was asking for liV-r in'o thi- uni.m She H'.eu flnj ev: after rci'ciVc! Iho -.tcadiiol and receive., the mortal Line- i.i. i.f .-lavcry. .-f our larilT' iiL-aiiifi the ol the chf-ap lab. v c-.un'.ri.-f "I the ti'.ft uvo are third, i.r.r and pr.-tiv- tion bib. r is -'ill atlacki-1 by ihe demoeraiic I'.'-rty. Tla- g.-nlieinan i i 'Sjiukano then vo'i! on t.i .'.iscn-s the- (ariiVquc-tio... chiimim.' it lo be .'i vital int.'i-i-.--! to all ihe slating all laborevs. in. nfaetnrrt.- int.-icsl.'-i l.iX'i'.W OV JOVF.KY A. B. OABE CO., Goodyear's India Ruboar CO.. Cleveland Faibber Co. ANO HOSE. Hoyt's Oak-Tanned Leather Beltina-s Lacings. We manuiaciure ail kind; of Tinware, and are prepared to do Tinning, riumbii.g, Kic. CEXTRALIA, WASH. work gusraniccd. in I'jng Block K. K. a.l.lition, CE.XTUAI.IA, WASHINGTON. lie ridiculed the claim of thi-.t it was to th.- his an-! ha-! been save! ironi r-ritahi. He d-1- tki liray. .'i Na'.'.lP.ekr-. v.nl. 1 in'u) ilu- t'.iiunil'i.i iin-i i this country !y riglit >f .iiM-ovcry for the Males. The di-.r.ocratic ad- .Ian.e.- i'.-ik. T- being .'-looted on the war cry i 1 ".Vi-lO; v .v T... ,c ,i orfisht" l-'st to the Ciiitcl States all n-.'-'-'vi-..'-.' of Yau.vuvi'r'- an-1 C.--1- lll.ibia which t" ll'.c r.-.i-ci as rightfully as an.'. Washing- ton did. The South in lii.- Middle AM-'' then and had no n-e ricii ATTOKNr.Y-AT-L.VW. try north of bccan-c it c.-nl! not i'." i made t-hivc t.-riilorv. P.m they were 1 ready lo go to w ilh a M connlrv. .'.Mexico', in order to secure more territory lor shnv-drivors. I'llYSlCIAN AN1> i Mr. Wib-.-n made a very lonchiv.g- allusion to lli.- .-uilcring by the 'rebellion. He ilia' the r-c-nth. r'' by snppressini: the vote oi nt-r lip'.i'-s and taking i Ihc great power in Iho nation !he-e voles gave her was pern-.'lrr.linir a givat.T fraud upon the country lhan in ttu-.'ays 'nl i-lavoi-y. The eminent mn-l cure and protect impartial MitlVr.gr. "11 that be waving tin' bloody (Said Mr. "let Yv i In urging the iii'.povliuico oi election, Mr. Wibon said that j he believed lhat il be .'.ccided not only whether the :tatc but also nation, is in Ihe futn.o to bo republican or Cot-sack. lie then went on to cpoiik ol Ihe un- finished work of Ihc republ ican piuty. Our fathers greatly wrought and we greatly honor them, and yd certain (belie statesmen and pods toll us I'.nil COME AHD BIOHMOMD GAWCE, Seal Eshate, Insurance Agents. Conveyancers. Forquer Bosworth, livery, Feed, Sale ni Boarftf Stables! ;Good driving and saddle horses. Corner Towc? Ave. and Pine Street. CSNTBALIA, WASH. M. -U-'.NKPICT. BUGKMEE' ,ivi'., lirs: door I-OHUI nc-.v bank buihiiiiir. 'Real City Grocery Store, i Tower Avenue, Opp. Post Office. and Fancv Wooden and Willow Ware PoM for Bl'OT ill! C1 1.11ST i 11C' O. 15A1CH1CU, r.lon.-y to Lo.ni. l.ol--range MKiu'iiAN'rl'r'ni'i.oK. ,-v.vvt i a. ic p...pi.i> CKNTIJAI.IA. WASH adjoiniM-4 C-l-.il-.llia. and al.-o ,-i (arm have an cxivlh nl T.K. WILLIAMS. (belie statesmen and pods toll us I'.nil (he republican pnrly is n thing ol (he! If (J (J (J) past. The republican parly nccomplii-h-: _____ I ed its Movi-r as long as Ihc dcm- Only i.- Kivd enough (or KiM-nlir imrly I'sii'ls, There Hands lip-1 niv h'i-s labor will) bleeding Ihcro is i and nnd labor I (i.M.l KKY (IVK1I 1'OST I tid.-Towo M lolth 10 III.' i ,i MJv M It, C.'C-' io 1 Al.-o a line list oi oily property. HOSri BROTHERS Al-TKH ITUCHAStSt! f a
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