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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - October 31, 1889, Centralia, Washington V 1 Am eiii i pi 11 i IP Jw1 VOL. 1. CENIMLU, LEWIS COUNTY, Vv'AMHLNGTON, THURSDAY, OCTOUKlt 31, IBM. NO. 16. WHY WE GROW. Centralia is on a Solid Foun- dation of Manufactures. A FEW OF THOSE WE SOW HAVE. Suggestions of a Few Alorc We Seed and Soon will Secure. A real estate boom is something that Gentrnlia 1ms not hud and does not passcngei-H? The Mauhallan elevaicd, York city, about daily. What, is She fastest time maue by a train V .Ninety-two mile.; in ninety-throe minutes; Philadelphia, it Heading; one. mile being made in forty-six What is the fastest timu made between Jersey City ami San Francisco? Three days, seven hours, thirly-uinc minutes and sixteen second.-. What is. the highest railroad Denver Kio Grande; Marshall Pass; JO.Si'u feet. What is the highest railroad bridge? want. In the light of the many defunct Kinsua viaduct on tin- Eric road, booms that the investors of the whole feet high. country well remember, a mere What is. ihe iontie.-l railroad ping of lots" deceives nobody. A single factory will bring more desirable immi- bridge, 5-1S f'.-et. etc., until midnight. Then the boys ami girls would beg him to run the dunce our; I 7, m" hour more. "iKi you L'lniranlo-c me a rcjiubli'-.in i Vv .t M lT.il! Y HUH.1C', j maioriiy i.'i ihis lovvis bo woidd ark, ,.u uk, as be Inned the K uring. "We'll carry'er for you two to I would be the and the dance would go on until about lie went into every democratic camp j in the siaie with his. fiddle and con.'ucr-; I------------------ ed Jiourbonism with mnsic. j r j .T. "The democratic party has more puts 1- NOTARY PUUI.R'. writer, ami then the eat. gut, ;.a v..rll! r signiiieaiitly added -411 ii-M wilh ouse, W. STOTJZFEB, MARKET. grntion than an entire real estate boom, with itK concomitants of gambling spee- ulatora. The advantages of Ceniralia'H location Jor both manufacturing and shipping, a mile of Kiiload? A; 0111 are too well known for extended notice here. Suffice it that she ha-- a first- class, water-power, available at a more average wear? than favorable price; abundance of fuel j Cooper. including bulb wood ami coal, near ai hand prompt shipment facilities for ev- ery market. She has cheaper lumber Assistant I'lvi-hi than any of ihe towns on I'c.get o! the ha- r- bccituse her mills are not in the iniqui- i reived a ton? pool. Whether for a factory or for j urn anon! I1.' Naturally lumber manufacturing slii! and routed ij.e N 1'a --i.e. holds lirst jilace. We need hardly name j cell-in i u; f. 1 V- again the laree mills of Martin A T.d- A va mane, the Michic.au lumber i Ailantic lo l.oiio. (Stowed Hwarthont, Searsit jTIv d.-.y- Crosby's Mill (Murphy A. l'i-.y.iliup 'i'hi- Bnruaby's mill, r.eiinell o: nain-Uad -iiip -11 i'ei all these mills are right in wi'.h fr-'m lh" Kuf': e others tributary to Ccn'.ralia, n-ore or i. le.ss distant from town. i r The throe brirfcyavd.- of V.'iii-eler iV ear. -f ;e by K. M- i Anderson, and Ai'sin- i A should not be Mr. .-.io- a Wheeler informs lhal he M'il keep of da-f. i' be twenty men bu-y all and hi- dry kiln is now full of brick already.-! 1 !ay. in Seattle. .M i.eiiihion are tryiiiL- to keep up with orders for their biak. ..-while Immon ,v IL-pji, ci ihe new yard, hardly wailed till the recent (lie in i'.r before ;hey be- pan the burned dry kilns. Tin- work." are now, aiu r a v i-i-Vt- delay. in shaj'C f.tr work ?dr. PoucaMci-'f mills are worthy ,.f favorable noiuv in this regard, us wc-1! as Mr. shops. Several oUier iv.n.- merit mculion, bill the bm.'od this articli- forl.-ds. The instilutiou lhal we ;.ow p .-1 need, and which to our mind tbe best to the i.- lln-.t of a foundry and machine shops, Vm-re are twenty-live miiis '.rib-.oary to tralia, each of which an tensive plant. Kv.-ry ins t.i Tacoma for and :-erion.- de- lay and I Wbon tht- vv, Icn down some months it u1 marked thai ihe (irep-.n mill- were runniiii.; at a v. i .-r- of former t'mi ill.' mills ll.-ed lo sdiip in bo'.li fui-l am! material, while Ihi- Ore.n.in mills saved transportation of both. In IVuti.di.i .1 the supply of fuel is more c.inver.ier.l than Dial by any mill in gou. Here is the p 'in! on ihe north j dmu-e imm racilic coast for vvo.deu -or! What is Ihe longi-sl railroad funnel? lloosac tunnel on tile fuad. miles. How Imig il-.-t.- a ice! rail with; built ihe iirst locomofivyV I'eier went down ATi'iiliNKY AT i.A'-V, M.-.y. it t'iiurle" -siii-ri. or..' of Uuj cj-ew. A Hew Stock of Grocliery and Lamps Just In. i Clock.-; arid ,'cweu'T.; A FL'I.L UXE OF EX' MY OF and Fancy Groceries 1- compltti; in every particular. Also a full line of ________________liLMli hliAiMiMi duuiw M urn The best 5-Oent in Town. D. H. FRiiliTCK, LOOK OUT roit MY STOCK OF Employe ;Holiclay Nov IN NEXT WEEK. P t Hairdresser.! ii'Mil vyiLi-iivi .1 j TOWER AYE.. JVST SOUTH OF LOCUST STREET, J. ARTHUR, Photographer. :.ive .t over 20 years, arn'.varrmHed in sfuaran- Ir. .ir-u -iu'ii carry a Full Stock of Trainee, and your of mv stock. i How many miles of railroad in the. United Slates? Over I'.il.onn about half the miicaiie of the wm-i-.l. How much have :uey AKu. bon.'c-i and siocki-.l. llow many peoji'c are emi'Loyi-d, by them? About l.'-'.iO.OOH mca. How many train were run ia 1SS7? How ].a--enet-r- ti-ain mile> i What has been ihe average di-taiicc j ,eachr, i, ciY.i, ,ai i. traveled !iy each and the avi-r-! an- -r.d i--iv. ih-.r. age fare paid? niilcf -.-7ii cent.- jch, i.: i d, o. ..i. How many tons freight were moved. day for the ;h-- :n and what was total hauline; distance? tin- tons; miles. apph-n-e.! was the averavie haul per t..u, fhra-lie wa-a ri-aeei'.-.i a: and the average charge per ton for .-a me had his lie i, 108.711 miles; Jl.lijU per ton. wlieu I" c.nit. an I was the amount re-: lii.-- crow d, .-o ili.tt vv hen M ceived from freight? From j and be laid hi- Krom freight From t.. turn- hi: v r-o fcngers III, STii. w-auled to leave. Whal is Ihe coft of high class eight-: vvoidd tell lh" b to clca: About I ;i way the hem-he-, and v. Idle tli.-v wen- !l h.. i 500. loe ui.d-i. c. i! i- .1, Kill I IA What is Ihe cost of a freivrhl Of trains ..i in a Mv !e i.iotv a passenger? Of a Pill I man car? l-'rciuht I dial I bey had veldom .i-e, y The mill o.i. car about Pnsseliger car about i -wccpef hi- 1 u- e 1 io'.ay. '--1'''" ifBOtlO. Pullman car Jlli.OllO. 1 "hil tliem v, !n-re lived." Ell GOODS OF EVEEY DSSIUPTION. A. E. CASE CO., I I 33, Pacific ave., Tacoma, Wssh., -------SEJ.I.rNC. LH.OVE MASrVACTl'RIN'G- CO., Cleveland Eubbsr Go. BELTING AND HOSE. t's Oak-Tanned Leather elting-s Lacings. iHi. KoeL-; i UragE'ijts1 Sundries. HO FOE MONTESANO I ic'iiclt lo ftct out for Gray's (j'tii'ks'r Hinu, lo WGOLLAJSTD COPPING., Proprietors. What is the longest miloagi by a single system? Santa about miles. wa no "-1, e.-h" w n.-n the earnings? The Pennsylvania Uadroad i it. be 1 i-ail ...n Coiiipany, nhoul "Parlnci-.i I'.-.- 'he b What line of railway exlemla furllicf-! j and in a lew he -.-orld i cast and west? Canadian Pacillc, rim-1 a m. i v IMMC. while the il.- What lino of railway exlemls fnrlhe.- north and couth? Illiuoi.-i ('oiilral, run from '.'hicago lo New Orleans. road canic' Ic.iije-l mimber o' v, aid" "licui loll BAIvKRY, T. 1'roprictor. ed -ii- .il-.-ry el' Mr. Mills, and malic il my aim lo i'...-, TaUei-. i'ic. I am a practical balscrof fuiitleen HOSS BROTHERS OENTRALIA MEAT MARKET. ]..o Ine
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