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   Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - September 28, 1889, Centralia, Washington                             VOL. 1. CBNTKALIA, LEWIS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER NO. 6. THE CHRONICLE. -------JJV-------- THE CHRONICLE J'UBUSIIIXG COMPANY, 'TJIOMAB B.VMMON8. J. B. W1HNNBBV. Kntcrcd at.tlic iiojitoflice, Cciitrulln, Wtishlnjj- ton, as flccond-dufis matter. Arrival unit Departure of Trains. GOING BOITTH. Tocoma in., Ccntralia, u. in. Arrives at I'ortliuid n. in. PACIFIC EJVRFSS No. Taromn H. in.: Centralia a. in. Arrives tit PortInml TllKOOfill Tnconw p.m.; OntrnliaGiGT p. m. n. in. LOCAL Tucoma n. m.: Ccntntlia n. in., nrrlvesiit Purlin ml p. in. GOING NORTH. ATLANTIC EXPRESS, No. Portland 30 p. m.; CentriLliii a. in. Arrives at Tacuma n. in. TACOMA EXFRESB, Portbiml n. m.; Centralia p. lit. Arrives ut Taconia p.m. Portlnnd a.m.; Centnilia p. m. THHOUGH Portlnnd, p. m.; in.; Taconm in. Mails close SO minutes before train time. CHURCH M. C. A. room J. corner of Main stm-t nwl Tower nvciMic. Services Smuluys at 11 n.in.tunl p.m. Strun- gers cordially Kov. Mr. pastor, METHODIST KPI.Sf'OI'AL CliniCH. .MftgnoliH ami (JoM streets. Services Smiiliiv 11 ft. in. ami Hnss Sunday 7 p. in. All lire wclrotne, Kov. Mr. Cnlratr, piistfir. CHUHCH. Main Btreels. 8uiuhiy 11 n. in. 11. m. Pouts free and n cordial welcmnf1 to all. tcv. Air. Uc-nvens, pasiur. CHRIST {Chrisllnn Corm-rtif Pine nnil ftrouta. Mr. U'widriiiii, pa? tor. All invited. Rev. A BLAZE OF GLORY. The Grandest Bally of All at Centralia Last Night. THOMPSON'S CONVINCING SPEECH. Long1 ami Herrcu Argue A Night of Enthusiasm. In his (speech last night Hon. Henry Long mentioned hielaKt previous visit to Cciitrnlia on a campaigning tour, ami said thnt although men, women and children turned out on that occasion, there were 7iot more than fifty of. them infill. Tliosc who saw the crowds fhal swarmed along Tower avenue last night realized pretty well the growth of Cen- tralia. The street was literally alive with people, most of them thorouhly im- bued with the spirit of republican enthu- siasm which prevailed. A delegation of mounted men, hearing torches, and un- ty, is all that stands between the mines and jnillBHof Washington and inaction. To take oil'the seventy-five cents a ton on coal would admit Australian coal, which comes here practically as ballast and throw our iniuera largely out of work. The democrats this year have been begging ofl, saying that they were not a free trade party, but Mr. Thompson clinched their record. lie'declared that the protective issue was the issue of this campaign. He said he did not believe that many democrats in Washington were personally in favor of taking oil the tariff on lumber and coal, but he did know Hint the democratic party was gov- erned by a majority within its ranks, and this majority was composed of free- traders from the southern states, who in turn were .dominated over by a dozen tree-trade leaders. The speaker did not care a cent what Tom Qriflitts believes; if he goes to Washington, he will be dom- inated bv the same caucus that forced der command of Capt. N. S. Buckner, the mrthem demorats to pass the Mills met theChebalis delegates and escorted j bill, which sought to admit into Wash- to the city. There were many fine trans- ington Territory lumber, .wool and coul pareneics in the parade, iiinong them frc" of duty. Their last Kational con- thefollowing: I vention, and also the late Elleneberg "The Hcpublican Party Preserved the convention "unqualifiedly endorsed" the "The Republican Phitfonn.InilorF.es administration of Cleveland, with his free trade niossagcs, and also indorsed the Constitution. The Democratic Lead- the -Mills bill. Mr. Thompson quoted at {length from the speeches of leading rs seek to defeat it." rtmn-h in UAH- staiul Before the Law." -TJ raml niUUtlon. Kev. E. K. All T1 are M-elcouiu. Services Sundays tit 11 u. in. ni.d j otc for Henry lyjng, Chap. Gilchnsl land 0. llcrrcn." V M. C. rorher nf Miiin Tower JL nvirimi1. Mali's Hnitinhiy ttt S p- in. Mixed Meeting fcir'jruiitlemeii Itidlcs, fcim- dity nl -1 p. in. All tire Invited. "Henry Long 'Vote the Ticket i Democrats on the Mills bill, vhicli Straight.' H. H. Berry Fays: Taalo that the ae n ifl opposed to protection of any sort. One of those, Mr. Lane of Illinois, declared that lie as a democrat had no sympathy with the cry of "Protection to American Labor." The south believed in cheap Stickers for Sam.' "Every Man, Black and White, Must CAI11UB. NEO. K. minims. "Lewis Countv Expects Every Hcnub- bean to Do his Duty." "The Republican Party Made U. S. Uonds tiie in the World." K labor as a basis for a landed aristocracy, and their confederate constitution "for- ever forbade" the enactment of any pro- tective tariiV. Protection makes a great trade makes "The Great Plate of Washington Musi j demand for labor, mvl five trade makes eop Step to the Music of the Union." hihor cheap. The British jwlicy of free Who Voted for Railroad Passes in the  Vn: T, fUHHY. ATTORNEY AT LAW, (Vntnilin, OOlrt urar X. I1, .lupot. A Irinu'purency tluit evoked great control her own mnrkete, England lias ____I planse wan a-pioturc reprcstntinj; (he j enslaved of people in India, ICcntrnlia Newti laking the domofnUic Australia and Egyiit, jnpt as she tried to 1 party to nunv. Anotiicr carUwn thclogand: Uwk the crowd. to a theatrical troupe having the American To break down the of other t have cheap lalxir. She would not ocruta at Jillcneburg in- dorFed the adminiHtration of Cleveland, did they remember thut Mr. Cleveland vetoed the bill for the itdmiesion of AVashington? Jlr, Thompson with great ear- neh'tnees, and our hanty h'ketcli does feeble justice to his masterly address. Aroiuul the City. allow the American culonint? to niann- John B. Allen. Join the grand rally :.t Chehalis this evening. Centralia ought to have a night office of the Western Union. Let's get up a bomiB to secure prompt election returns Tuesday right. Mr. Cameron is making many new friends in hie canvass for county clerk. A gentleman from Bismarck, Dakota, purchased a block on Tower avenue to- day. 2Mr. Geo. S. Rice was rjuite ill last ev- ening and was unable to hear the ora- tory. Much of the credit for the success of lafrt night's rally is due to Mr. K. B. Moore. 1 Mr. Frank H. STiller returned today from a trip to Spokane Falls and Ellens- burg. Mr. E. K. Butterworth made a fine display of last night. Fred "worked like a nailer all dajr yesterday getting up those Ghe- halis transparencies. The large livery barn which Mr. Mo- ses Warren is in the Kailroad addition is nearly completed. Mr. D. B. Rces is at Vancover, W. T. (By the way we give notice that this U the last lime we will pay -'W. Messrs. Swasey, Underwood, O'Fyr- rell, Heady, UmUTwood, Galvin and. Lynch went to Chvhalis last night io hear Yoorliics. Mr. N. S. Buckner made an efficient grand marshal of last night's parade, with Capt. M. D. Wrwl and Col. J. M. Benedict as assistants. Charles S. Yoorhees spoke at Boisfort night "before last. This is the second time Charley has taken to the woods. He can't get over that S.OOO majority for Dewey McGiffert, (Successors to 0. 0. KlTKL. T. KITF.Lit rENTHAUA.WAfH. Qll.lrtcrly ,.wkrnfc Ule tomo-rcnv. Quarterly inference IT .T. MiLLKU, NOTARY Office oa North TmviT avenue. TOHS A. TAYU1K, JUSTICE j the opera-bo'.iHts tlie fnnn 1 fst'ture from piu iron, but forced them to jthe band wiigon. at. the corner of Tower j it to England to be manufiu-lured. and Main street, in fmnl of the j rrotedion made iw free and indc- j bip bonfire. On (hi, improvise.! rorfmni j Let the people of Wa5hington j bv were Hon. W. J. Thompson, of Tacoma, realize thai a iroo flag means miu-h tons; j of Qlympia I Hon. .T. H. Long, Hon. Chas. GilchriKt. protection to the American at home as j _ j well a, abmad. Let them realuc that Thompson accompanied Gw.K Frod the new fiiflr in that free flap menus mud, husband to Centralia were Cimosicu: reporter. The nijrht air was to the whito for personal and politi- lf Go Can verv ji >IA-D n own to-day Dr Russell, i; reporter. The nijrht Jo the but thv.v purity, the red for us citizens. 1 blue fidelity. Pee to ii that this ny Hon. C. Herren. in the congrees j As might have been expected nearly IE OK THE VK A NOTARY the large crowd admirably. Chair- j bliu1 udenty rUIlLIC. limn Uieo wius ill, and Mr. Crosby in-.] state is Unxlncod the Fpeakeni from the top'of a of the United Statos by men who will the men who earned ton-lies 'protect American intorests, not by men mght forgot to leave tliem where L I lion. Henry Ixing, the lirst speaker, i who willlie dominated by a free trade ATT'YS-AT-LAWand REAL ESTATE ,Tlls groilPli ,vith cheers. He referred to j caucus. AGENTS. near ilppnt. CKXTRAUA. .1AMKS M1NKLK11, PHYSICIAN AND SUUOKON, Onk'c in Minlilor's Soinh Ttnvcr avc. 11 marvelous growth of Contralia, and j of the way its pioneers had stood by him in former He fcel- Thompson was especially warm in his oojmnendatiou chai'jicterizcd :i Wilson, nan of :u> I lion; ;i "rustler''; a man who knew how belong. Take your torch, if you have oiui, and go to the rally at Chohalis to- night. "We acknowledge of deniooratic ciri'ulnrs advising the people to boat the now constitution. "What have we been II. Kl'SSKLL, M. Crrulnnto of Trinity PnMin. I-ftte Af-'slstant Hiirei-'on in "Her EnM Tmlla Ollict- over A- i-'iimirur's 1 Hnnlwnw Mon-. IH Orcn H siJcciulty; the old and of Father MillXivitli his noble wife, who to do things; who would be found on working for these ten years if the demo- i remain with Ik- -poke r.f the Mock roniaiittees nt crats are stm lo keepng out union? honscH which ctilt remain hc knew hmv tn eet thcrc ;iml' monlR of the privations of the. oM j always pot what he wont aftor. tintcn: :tll over T! Ti sey is installed as editor of He i? a brilliant man ami All that the ask this year a good writer. Some day his inquirie W J- ATTOKNKY-AT-LAAV. Fouth TOM er avenue. CENTUAMA.WASH. if there mu.t be a sacrifice, to o not mv trnlv Are having their large and spacious Main street and Tower avenue, refitted entirely throughout, and invite Public Inspection Of the largest and most complete line of Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods Groceries, Ever shown in this city. Do not invest a dollar before looking through our srock, as one trial will convince you that we can Save IVtcmey. A. L. AIKIJVS, Material, i n. McnoxAUi, M. n. 1'IIYSICIAN AX11 S............ icst to tlio voters lo j' Hrailiinie o( rulvpisliy. latr sar- rcpnhlU'iin untionul L'overnment hv 1 ,wo ShitM ccnMon ton, WM1.'-1 hi? thp (on "trusty and laiiuiul 1'OiTcsi': n mnn lloir Albert h. Joab 'Mr. k C'. llerren followed with nn j who honored in the lojrislatnro for I eloquent appeal to the jwnjilc not to j lite ability am! integrity. Ho is a man Wjjj the repnMiean meeting at POORS. T. Forrest, who of tlie liart-v to [V.irs tlum to our own Gusfave m l i T .-i-i .-t j i >i n. L--..- .vj-... ..t.... MiilvLHAM lA.LIjUK. liisteu to the advice of democrats (o vote whom any of us would trni-t with our j ,ho ]lonso next Monday night, ovcry MI-PHI faumlay. against the ruiiEtitution and Jims bar the i own fortunes after wo are ileail, ami that progress and cut off the influence of our is the supreme test of integrity. WASH CESTRAUA, T. 1'. FKANCIF, PHYSICIAN AXH sinicn-.CN. York. IP now loi'Mti'il ill Onlntlin. A protective tariff makes moie men Lewis plate. Ueeiuisc they were afraid to en-1 eoiiuty should show next Tuesday that j for tlie farmer to feed ami fewer farm- I franchise the people of Washington the she appreciates the honor of having the j ers. Hence the tanner gets better democrats had in congress, struggled to candidate for the important state cilice i______________________ .._......--__- i keep her out o( the tinion. Now they i of commissioner of public hinds. We ot the state and. as j need suvh a man. When the trnr-tcd I old, resolved to ruin if they con'id not j Keed posession of the Seattle land I rule. Mr. llerren called the. people's office he found that for six months the j attention that to reject, the constitution j books had not been posted: '.hat I would involve anntlier session of the i cations of settlers, had been pigeon-holed; constitutional convention at a greater I that moneys had never been receipted i 1'L.VSTEli, MOULDINGS, LIME, CEMENT. OILS, BRUSHES, Soar K. li. CEXTKAUA. WASH. 2 to I p. in. nail 7 to 0 ovi-iiinns. i T. SWASKY, Olllre with U H. NorChey, Tower nvi'iuif, ('on- tnitiii. A J. West Mnln CKSTKAI.IA, WAF1I. HASL'ltl.IN, BAKB15R, Tower Ave. lielwei-n Mula anil locust StreetK, expense than could possibly be saved in for. The oilUv had to be elosml for two salaries. Mr. Herrcn Mr.' weeks before they could lind where they j Mclz, of Winlock, who is making a per-! were. That is the way the democrats: sonal campaign against the take care of public hinds. ticket. Hespnke of Henry Long and The Ilemoerats in the territory, at j the libels that had been circulated i Seattle and Taconia, arc bragging that against him. If, as. was said, the repub- lican candidate hud come to the wilder- nes-s of AViishington barefooted it was CK.NTUA1.1A, WASH, surely to his. credit that he had acromp- A. F. ROSS, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. UKl'AWINH A Contrnlla, Wtush. they are Roing to earry Lewis enunly [Cries of "Xo! Von liave a tieket Hint rouliln't lio better, For peatcdly cheered. Hon. Walter.1. of liis first view of Lewis county and Centralia, in IfWIi, when (ieoige Washington and a lew others were all that were here. Now he saw that handful inerem-ed to thou- sands, He vejoiced lo see the sigmi of outhusiasm and harmony. Harmony Is j lawyer, who will be your advocate in the tho pledge of sticcess. What a grand i legislature, a man skilled in attack nnd knows lunv to ilo ,1. H. Kor i-epresrntative yon have a man who in iilentilieil with your county ami ile- voted (o your interests, n man of enter- prise anil alnlity. Shall you not have Mr. (iiMiriM (or your representative? Yon have Mr, lievren, a name is ours, the United States, muni he united as ri'puh'ii'ans. The re- publicans have now a majority at two in the United SlnleH senate, and lint, three, or four in the house. Tito protective defence. Vote for these men who are pledged to our interests and never vote for a democrat, no matter how tfoo'' a mini he inny ho personally, for he is governed by a parly that will dcstmy (iOODS MISKKrKKSr.NTFO. tariff, defended by the republican par- onr proi.perily ilil can. When (hedem. G. W. STOUFFER, MERCHANT TAILOR RAILROAD ADDITION. Shop in H..I. Miller .t Co.'s building j I Tower avenue, Centralia. Samples of tine suitings aud trouser- iirs always on hand. Dealer in Pianos and. Organs. Domestic, Wheeler Wilson New Crown SEWING MACHINES. The Public is Cordially Invited- to- Call and Examine His Stock. Mrs. E. A. Khodos, Milliner, Dressmaker, Towor Aw. botwocn Mnin itnil 1'ino CKNTKALIA, WASHINGTON. D. E. FRENCH, Ewployfnetyt AOKNOY. All Kinds o! Help 1'urnished on the Shortest N'otice. HOl'SKS KKSTK.n. C01.1.KCTIONS liiH> ot Towor avi-., I'UNTK A 1.1 A, J. C. Anderson, Tower Ave., Near Pine, Zimmer IT'oote, -PK.U.KKS IN- HARDWARE, Stoues, Jiijiuare, apd (Joods. niaiuidicluvo all kimls of Tinware, nnij uro jircpart'il to ilo Tinliinn, unit CiaKlltting, V.lo. C'KSTHAt.W, WASH. 0 Towi'r Ave. MW north nl I'ini' M,   

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