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   Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - October 24, 1889, Centralia, Washington                             VOL. 1. CENTRALIA, LEWIS COUNTY, AVASUINGTON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER NO. 15. NEWS YET. nnot Possibly Miss trail mil via Portland. The coin puny has not the facilities for handling freight that it wants. Therefore, one of the powerful reasons why Taeoina and the Sound lire to be reached as quickly HH possible is that the 0. K. N. hopes In eac-h of thcpe tlic was an employe in the pensio receiving a salary Kiifiicient fo forlable subsistence, and al daily. They were associated Most of them had been in th do you hear about the plans of i hold traile by i-'miriiig through rail con- nections to Taconia am! Seattle." Our Coast Defenses. HAXFuAXi.'iBco, Oct. Fryc, of Maine, who is at present it. this city as one of the senate committee on rail- roads, in an interview to-day said that his'opinion the matter of annexing Hawaii to the United States way neither his work ted together, their places under the former adminiatration, but they did not then prefer their claims. Thev made them eoori after the advent of the present administration. There j in a proper condition to do so. was no reason under existing rules that their eases should he made special or rushed through in advance of all others. On the contrary, there was then, and had been for years, a printed rule in full force that no cases should be made special the Union Pacific in tapping the Sound "I have heard said tlie Northern Pacific official addressed in refTerenee to tho query, "to warrant the statement that the company propose to conn; :i'-We one year from ".Abuiit ail unit t Kiiuu- is that, a lecier was exhibited in this city a day or two ago, from the vica president of theUijion Pacific. In effect the letter paid land for terminal purposes must he purchased at once in this city and Seattle." OW'X NO LAND." "There is no doubt but what the Union p it can to hold .IE a part of this republic, but to bad promised them. These other pen- L.Milmiiv now I guarantee their absolute independence j Eion claimants were many of them sup- foot of Hud'in ritv Of i from other foreign j ported by no such falaries these par- tion was seconded, much to everybody's surprise, by lleury VillarJ. Tlie resolu- tion is as follows: Resolved, That the holders of prefer- red to the incoming board of directors to take into consideration the distribution of the whole amount due the preferred stock- holders, as soon as the company shall be Not a negative rote was received. Just before noon Jas. ]J. Williams annonnced- that the financial plan had been carried. Owing to duplicate proxies having been deposited, lie could not announce the exact result. An adjourn- ment was therefore taken until Monday. entertained here nor there, but that the except incase of distribution, or when Pacific ocean would be the great water! the applicant is at the point of death. Henry Villard voted the majority of highway of the world io be plon-hed Yet thefie cases were all hurried through j the stock. Kobert Harris, president of over bv ships sailing under the Ameri- by your order, while hundreds of thous-1 the company for many years, and who, can flag and that both the KanOwich and of pe.isior.B _ were awaiting I tot year, mtoUs chairman oftlie board Bamoan islandH were absolutely neces- sary to the United .States, not especially throughout the laud an allowance fortlie of directors, is dropped from the direct- first time of the bounty the government ory, and so are Brayton Ives, ,7. C. Bul- litt, Fred Billings and John II. Brook- man. The new directors are George Morrison, James Hacgin, C. U. Leland, Charles 0. Beaman ami ,T. B. AVilliams. lie was ticulnr men were receiving, and the, Kmc j Bunion together .rfteemen, where-: A slender minority of stock was voted by cGiffert, (Successors to said "ily search, however, for new ler- i secured, and subsequent allowances ob- j ritorvon this continent would be to the I'ainc-d, is in itself evidence of the fact; course they want land for terminal pur- j AK regards Lower California, nnsoa hntli here and in Seattle and of inclined to believe that it won.--....... cTse they wiil get it They will have I be a par. of the United States. He by this preference seemed to have been j Robert Hams in ,Kvor of re-elecun, the plenty of opportunities to buy it." "What leads you to believe that the Union Pacific is coming to Taconia in- Bide of u THE COMPANY'S VI.ANH. "l learned something of their plans duri. few Weeks. They pro- pose come Io Taconia and Seattle first northward, rather than to the South- ward. I wonld look favorably upon the annexation of Canada. I am in favor of the clopest commercial relation? with that their purpose was to impose upon j----- the commissioner. Tins further fact in each case is that the increase was allowed prior to thej nil oftlie republics nouUi of the i certificate in the pending claim, j United but nin not of l'ial claims allowed aggregate making thorn a part of this republic." Neither you nor I can Senator 1'Yye, expressed tho opinion latlord to ncuipnn personal considerations that the United States could maintain i" a matter of this magnitude. We are j the exclusive rigid tu the water? of lii-h- each bound by the law in all and ATT'Y-AT-LAW NOTARY PUBLIC. Office on west Front. strri'l. ii'ljoiiiiugnewbank. ring sea. he said, "The interests of "arc identical with those of the it is our dulv to ttike the law as we find I it and to fully exercise that power given j of claims by a administration except (.'n tlie I onrl'isive evidence that errors j have been When a. question as t-o given rating one oil in i judgment, merely depending upon the do-1 weight evidence, ihe department will j ml then after a time work their way np through to Port "What route will be "Well, tlie starting jwint will be Van- couver. They will then t-trike across Ihe conntry to a point near Tcnino, where ptntea in affording protection to to eillier of UR and abstain from the! there will be a fork in the road, one amj ?MO wonM not tnCuna- abuse of it to any degree whatever." branch running to Taroma nnd Seattle. in malter." j The. secretary refers, to ihe duties of! nnd ihe other extending to Purt Town- Thesenatorthonghtihat ajrrvat foreign j ihe 1 o.ud of review. says it is an es-! fiend." carrying trade, pnch a." ho predicted, j tablii-hed and veil known nil" that the nrm: necessarily called for :i largely department will uniformly refuse to dig- j "Ami you feel FiUidied that that will tmvy. ''I eaid tnrb imy adjudication be the route ami thai iho road will be j Mtinu nations like Chili, can to-1 built inside of one day lake tlie city ..f San Frnncii-eu any j most "I urn quite positive. That thin IP the j hour Any of the great mar- plan laid down by tlie pin-ties who are j itinie nations of iho world ran levy a working for the Union Pacific I have m-1 contribution on every scaKmrd cit> doubt. 1 believe this l-i be u true out-1 State-, nnd coul-l. if they line of the company's policy. As 1 said hold rities for at leae-t five not allcnv the opinion of and. before. I have no doubt of In other for the present, furthermore', old will not l.-e re- aud until we priKluce new gun? mid new opeiuvl, rccon.-iderc'l nor readjusted ex- we an; nt tlie num-y of foreign cept upon the prwntnlion of new ma-1 Tacoma I j tt-rial evidence lending to show tlie j I lie elated that there was no doubt that existence of error or j "No 1 think not. The plan, I un-1 Oung.es, tho appro- j The department docs not entertain tho dcnUiml it, IP to put the roa-1 through io J priations for work, of would be lensi objection to an of j Tacoma in six or eight months, and increased, an-1 further sai-1: "It j the increase to rommoiu-e under ll.c i build the 1'orL TmviiHMid branch at the to "1C tliat un.U-r the new cumli-, pending chum at- convenience of the company." tion of things, tbn eniire chance in tli of ii'id th lirmeiMou-- ppccti of Sioam-liip.- lueans an i ntire of tl.c na-an for the safety of ii.V and 1'rop.Miy. 1 re gan.1 ihe maritime congrosF. now in at Wasnington, a.s one of the nio.-t j ;i important that ha? over The j c invitatioiiK from this, country have been s to by nil the great maritime s G. G. EITEI.. T. HEINE, OlTiL-c over Druir Store. IT J. Mll.lXR. NOTARY PUBLIC. Oilke on North TOWLT fiVL-r.ue. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE A NOTARY PUBLIC. Office oa TOM-CI- south or SL 7 AMmi'M LAXUKVM HEAL KSTATE AGENTS. OPiiv nc.-.r rKNTRAUA, WASH. Are having their large and spacious Main street and avenue, -refitted entirely throughout, and Invite Public Inspection Of the largest and most complete line of ON TO TOUT TOWXSnMl. "Will the Port Townsend branch IH> built simultaneously with the and Seattle _A, HKYNUU'S, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATTOHNKY AT LAW, OlIux-TictirN. I1 th wno AKI-: "Who are interested in buiMin "Portland men and represent at of tho "Union Pacific, principally. For in- Btance, there are among tho directors tho Fitzpatrick Brothers and Collins, of Porhind; Lee HofTman, a Union Pacific man: .1. II. Pmith, an j other prominent Union Ptu'.itic con- j trartor, nnd several others whoso names j I do not now ivcall. Tln-y are aii Union Pacific, 0. K. N. mid Oregon Short Lino men." A COMPANY VOKMf.n. "Has a com pan v been formed for the purpose of carrying on thi? "Yen, the comjiany has been formed several wceVv. The. .of incorpo- ration hnve been tiled nndduly executed. Yon may the roud will built, nnd that right quickly, (CHI. "Intide of a year, you will s.ee running into Taconia via this from Portland nnd Vancouver, huv directs, evidence !o support it. i-rnbl'1 lenpih thv- case.' n r.itcil. itii'i cor.chiiles that the ro- is illfgai and unwriranted. lie "I will noi into tho other; They are you. 1 have I enough, 1 think, to Fhmv thai the! .'tarv well eaii a halt until tln-sc t. PHYSICIAN AND SI 't- nitiuv: powers of ihe world, and men of exten-; sive experience have I wen sent hero. 1 no Fnmi thoir dolilwratioiis 1 shall cxj-os.-! great results.'' Xohlo vs. Tanner. oan fully WAMUSHTON. Oct.lS.-Sec.ivtary Noble's j first letter Commissioner Tanner on the subject of re-rating ihe is made public to-nvdit, It is dated July The secrciM-y acknowledges the ro- 1 ceipt of Tannor's k-tu-r of .luiy U, inurk- j ed Inn which he could net j receive as anything but an otlicial I arising, as it did. tho question of author- ity between the commissioner and pecre- tary. and asserting that of the cominis- TIIK UKASOX jsionerto bo superior Jns to the matter "What if: the significance of this haste discussed. on the part of tho Union Pacific to tap! "Ycur in your own lan- tho Sound j guage." eays tho pecrotary. "is that "Why, it shows that the Union Pacific j while the secretary of the interior lias realizes the great importance of having! power to reverse n decision nf the com- connectionti with tho Sound. Tho man- i mii-sioner of pension? on an appeal by a trains route -.managere of the 0. K. it and the Oregon Short Line, who also work with the Union Pacific, and arc interested in Portland, aro not going to sit idly by and see towns grow up hove along the I claimant apainst has decided, rm the other hand, if for i any reason it be held that tlie claimant j lias been granted too much pension the j commissioner himself is the only person Sound, ami not make, a tight for their j who has tho or to call a halt and ve- trade. They know that Pugoi Sound is- j dueo the pension. Tho oommsssioner is the most available shipping point in the northwes.t. They propose to got in and reap the benefit of the advantages of the country." KIIU'MKNT.S )IY WATKIl. "But tins does not explain the haste imuiifofted on the part of the agents of tho Union Pacific, to reach the Sound'.1" "Thoro is another reason. Yon no doubt notiee.il inn desire of the O. K, N, to ship grain froui wootcrn Washington to Taconia by water from Portland, The 0. U. A N. is also trying hard to hold on to tho regular freight trade. That company is buck- ing tho Northern Pacific with nil il.s might. Well, nir, this shipping of gocxlH by from Port hind lias proved afuitnro t.i a gival oslcnt. The O, H. A N. hiiH held out greul tempting in- diUTincnlH, bill Mill it lHH.n miablf to hold (ho TOO HI.OW, "Why ban it boon unablo to hold tin.1 bunittpHH which if coveted V" "Waior is ton nithei' nhipmont of goodn by water IH too 'for our nio'rchanls1. ThiMi O. It. A N. can- not do natisfiU'tonly in shipping laboringunder a great misapprehension tho secretary has control to correct any abuse? in the bureau of pensions, or any other bureau in the department." Tho secretary, in support of his posi- tion, quotes copiously from tho n 'sod statutes, and adds; "It will not do tos: y that tho senviary may not interfere ptop by his own power tho ox .cutum of any orders obviously illegal and arhitu- ary. Tho secretary in vespnm-ible for tho conduct of tho commissioner; is bound to sro thai tho law IK outoivod; that tho public tvensury imt unlawful- ly invaded and nno eniiHed to a right, whether of pension or land, wore anything else, is not unduly preferred, i linn cither in time of hearing or allowance of ;-tive money. j piv.-i Tho socretavy up tho ivraling case, which ho says seems to bo largely the mere increases of pension allowed for long periods prior to tho date of tin- ex- amining Hiirgoon'H certificate eMnhlifh- ing the sunn1 under tho pending claim for iucreum1. In fact, ho miyn, thecnm- useH ackimwledgod thorn to iioroiu'o in pciiHiniiH. Tho your Icr'.or that li.uo >iieh regard for your olhViuI; and personal reputation that yot will cases to remsiin as iliey are, j Imt will order each of the claimant? for! medical examination. Tliequesiiouisnut what may and heivafier bo found out j about theso men. Tho quostinn is I slnnild boon done j their record as it stood the' rt Jidorod. Il may bo that i hie govormrscin is strong and givat.and liar- r.t its a no other natir-n over had. but if uv.M'.ey to the accounts above mfiuior.od may bo granted any ftinhorcoii-; sideratii'.n i't ilio fact or law thai seems j to havo bo.-n given these eases, it will depend solely a single ollicer's oiis- whi'thor tho ivsouires of the] irrivoniinent fhail be sniiu-iont for i'.s j n.aintaimuico or r..--i. Tliero aro more i llian'onnnizh of iho.-o applications al- j on tile, and daily.to ex-1 luuist tho surpln." of which so much has j been said in connection this mailer, i and i am infi-micd that applications tV r j roraling-' greatiy on ihe i now roach an amotiiu of 7000 to a Tho rci'rcrary further says ho iineiids to havo all those eases ro-oxamod, i oruorotl an invor'ngalfon ef tho p-.'ii- IViitling iho reji'.'Vt of ibr investigating board, ho will isMie uo' furl her but his belief in his authority to eoiurol abuses in di'jiartmont by any moans ho dei'ins legal anil expedient. j R. M, I'ltY.-lCIAN fl-liOKON. nil. T. r. niANns. PHYSICIAN G.T ATTOKNKV-AT-l.AVV. Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods Groceries, Ever shown in this city. Do not invest a dollar before looking through our stock, as one trial will convince you that we can Save You Money. G. W. STGUFFEE, j MERCHANT RAILROAD ADDITION. j CENTRAL Restaurant. JOHN PROSPER. Proprietor. Tow or avi'imo. CFNTHA1.1A. iVMkini; tlio i: in II. J. Miller Tower nvenue, building ainples of tine and trouBer- s always on hand. F, ROSS, 's. Clocks and Jewelry. TOWER AYE., JUST SOUTH OF LOCITST STREET, J. ARTHUR, Photographer. Having had an extensive exuorieiice of over 20 years, am warranted in guaran- li'oiiig In connection. I shall carry a Full Stock of Frames, and iuviio your inspection of my stock. HIT. Villuril in Coulrnl. YMIU. Od. NUI-.IHTII HAN i. ii.v-rin.ix. BAKlilCR. v Raatnvo. sstcinborn, TAI1.0K. n Ceutralia, J. Wash. NO (.iOODS MlSKKl'KKSKSTFll. D. R. FRENCH, I'KNTKM.IA. l In' niBON o Stwtiirv votiiu; on lial Kium n as i tho "Villunl jii.in." t! amhunzi's tho1 issno o( new rout. iHimlf IrtO yoarN honoo. Vulinu; un Iho I'lun In'i'nn at il In- oamo that Ihe Vill.inl p.n Iy .luhiiMon llin i-oMilulion, which was ami in in dirort i-yinpall with tho circular is.Miod Soplondioi liy Man-is. Tin- iCM'I ST.iJOHN B.R01 HESS, Hoe ami Sifn Kl'BBEU GOODS OF EVERY DF.SRIFTIOX. A. B. CASE CO., i 138, Paclflo Tacoma, Wash., rjEU.tNU Qoodyear'a Iwclia Rtsbber MASUKACTUU1NG CO., Cleveland Rubber Co. BELTING AND HOSE. Hoyt's Oak-Tanned Leather Beltings Lacings. Hhocn, Sundrleit, U. 0. Oils, VornUli and Uruslios. i HOSS iOBNTRALIA MEAT MARKET. IMans- aii-l Spo OM'u-o in l.onfc- lilt-., liin.Uol r'n-jh alltl Ciireil Mnilc, i-i.y. ('null f J'lii'i 1'ir live   

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