The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 19, 1891 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, May 19, 1891
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THE DAILY CHRONICLE, MAY T.-.E DAILY CHRONICLE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION* Dally * one year Dully, delivered, 1O cents perweiik. Subscriptions received at the office of ptfbll- cation 151 State stree. J. 51. MOSES, Publisher, Marshall, Mich. Spring Poetry. One, two, three, o,, ike! Mrs. •Whitney's Pet Charity. Mrs. Secretary Whitney is not all bound tp in style, dress and entertaininfc, for if fou would follow her coupe on Monday forenoons as it rattles down Fifth avenue and wheels around the corner at Twenty- wcond street you .would fln<l, much to four surprise, no doubt, that she alighted it-a free kindergarten school for poor ohil- iren. Mrs. Whitney pays the salaries of teveral of the teachers here, and furnishes •early two-thirds of the "material used. Ehe is very much in love with the Froebel lyatem, and. is among the foremost of those who are trying to establish kindergarten training in connection with the public schools. "All work done in the primary school ihould tell," said Mrs. Whitney. "All that Is taught should be taught in the best way. Children can be tilled with a great liking »r else a great disgust for school. The ichool hour can become the embodiment of ill that is nauseous and prosy, or it can be tnade the pleasantest and most enjoyable part of the day. The best methods should be used for children. Books should be ransacked to find if they contain anything which will benefit children. A teacher holds the thread of each separate child's intellectual life."^-New York Recorder. Miss Lizzie Barnes, of Jackson, will* . be at Mrs. Hills, corner of Eagle and Mansion streets on May 22 and remain a few days. She will make a display cf embroidery materials, and linens. dm28 All Kinds of ieed ground at the Hice Creek Mill. Merrill's Price List. 20 Ibs granulated sugar .$100 14 Ibs cut loaf sugar i 1 00 3 Ibs Met rill's mixed coffee 100 8 doz fresh eggs J 1 00 Pine apples, solid stock 15c or two 25 Bananas two for. 05 Ingersoll's superior flour per sack. 60 10 Ibs Brazil nuts 100 4 Ibs chocolate drops 100 Pine apples, good ones. 15 5 Ibs Merrill's 50c tea ,...., 209 10 Ibs genuine maple sugar 100 Hammock seats two for 25 Remember these prices are good for this evening and tomorrow. H, M. MEBBILL. Miss Bessie Peters, teacher of piano and a late pupil of Dr. F. Ziegfield, president of Chicago Musical College, wishes pupils. Ltefeons will ofe given ai the pupil'a residence if desired. tf T?he Largest Stock, .The Lowest Priqes, At Hyde's Dirg Store, Opening , ' . .1 *»• 1 'l •.-!-,»!.<. • . "" . ' *• Saturday, * • • .',..., May 23, • / ..•>. •...'.'..£ .' : : : - ; -r : .- •:,- • Mrs. P. Merrill. Bafflif WEDNESDAY MAY 20 ELOCUTUMMT, •.. . .-• : ' • . - !• . • S. Of Detroit will give Readings in tne EAGLE OPERA HOUSE. Also' a class exhibition in Physical Culture which will consist of Posing by Young L,adies in Greek Costume; and Gesture Work, Marches etc. by classes of children. The Child Trombone Soloist, Master Gardie Simons, aged 13 years, will render difficult solosln the entertainment giyen by Miss Margaret Ulrich, Elocutionist of Detroit, Wednesday evening, May 30. : - • • :;.-" - "' >• -, ' Admission 25 ots, Bawrfed ieata 36 ots. I have leased the old Turner Bakery* forme > ly occupied by Doc Snyder and ._;_' ^ REFITTED IT ENTIREIiY I and am now prepared to furnish the public wi.n ^ Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes <fct, ••(;.. , • ' . '*'-."' A fine line of Confectionary always on hand. Fruits in season. First Class Lunches, JVC. KEUCHLE. Ask your grocer for Rice Creek mills flour or call at the mill and get a sack. U*e •RioiFCreek mills flour and you will have no other. F.-S. Powers, the leading merchant tailor, guarantees satisfaction. 1AM£ into my enclosure, a pony. Owner CM J have same bj proving property aadpaylBC xpenses Incuned. 9. MOTO\ One mile south and half a mile west e( Ceresoo. Tickets at Greene's Drag: Store. PICKLED Daily at J. MARSHALL, Mich. v May 19.' Mutual Lodge No. 403 Knights of Honor will hold a special meeting this evening at 7:30 in the hall over the First National Bank. Old members will be on baud sharp at 7:30 new candidates at eight sharp. By order of L. L. FLINT, Deputy Grand Dictator. Floor, Flour. • . I buy Flour in bulk and in large quantities. Having bought before the late advance in wheat, I continue to sell at old prices Perrin Flour, Homer and .Union City Hour. All by the 100 pounds . Bring your own bags and get full weight. Nft light weight paper or cotton sacks. Also nice clean Screenings for chicken feed, Corn in the ear i A- WATSON. Ladies! COMEandSEEMY at J. Cunningham's The best Salvtf in the wodd ^or Braiaaa. Bores, Uloara. Bait Bbmua Bores, Tetter. Qbapped Hands, Coroa and aU Skin Eraptloos, ani data, tivel mures Piles, or no pay required. If is gouH perfect sausf aoti< TRUSSES A full aasortment^ of sizes. The best kinds and at reasonable rates. Truces fitted without charge for fitting, at GREENE'S Drug Store, m SPRING W . I to do maenl-boasa •ill IM paid, la- anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded^ Price 25 oents per box. For saw by F. G. Heaiaaa <fc Co. " . : .. "Statistics pf disease show that there ia • greater mortality from kidney difficulties and rheumatism than any other causes and the fatality and suffering which attend these diseases make it the,more necessary to bring before- a discerning pubjio the jgreat healing, soothing and ouratjve properties of Kellogg'a Columbian QiL 94 it acts directly on the kidneys, rheumatisin and all aches and pains. For sale at Greene's drug atom. . • LeoltatMUuI A year ago he was not expected, to lire; Jjjver complaint almost killed him: Ha gat \ reUaTfrom three bottles of 80' a, »nA six bottles oared him 1IH>inn>-<te rtowr roaolast JD of nioner. loser can h QUALITY, GOODS and PRICE are RIGHT. Miss. D. Kelly. PASTUEK TO north of Marshall. Apply to RJBNT—Four mile* 8. LOCKTOH. ^ OLD, silver and nickel plating done at the UT Marshall Cycle Co. Get your knives, fork* and spoon* silver plated and made as good as new. Prices reasonable. Call and see. G*OB RBNT—Handiome appartnwoti of five I? rooms; modern conveniences); centrally located. Knqalre at Ohronicle office. DOOMS TO BENT First house east of Trln. J.V ity ohuroh. Inquire of Mrs. 8.8. Dunn. F OB SALE—A brand new canopy top surrey, , nel|rer . bee" "»>. »l«» a good horM./Biiqalr» of Richard Butler. plABH paid for old clothes, hats and cans, boots \J shoes, robbers: in fact anything and •ver»- thing, at lir. Sherman'* auction store. ' - . .. . 8.0. BEOOKS. W ANTED-An active, honeestiuau-Salary •IOO monthly if suitable, wita opjL.i u . nltles for advance, to represent localiy a iUi,>o_ slble Mew York flouse. Keferonoe*. AAMII gAOTUBBB. Look Box IMS. N. y. W ANTBO-Becond hand g*odsof •verrde- scrlpUon. Uonsehold fofnituw, stores, carpets, oto. Highest cash prices paid. Call or send postal tod. 0. Urialu at'ilr. dhermaa. auction store. . dsW W ANTKD-At Dr. Sherman's AacUcn store second hand books of all kinds. Uash paid for them. a. 0. BBOOKtt. 8ALK-Kew furniture. New and larg» variety of tinware and notions, second • j Koods, etc., all offered cheap for oastt ct trade, by 8. 0. Brooks at Sherman's auction store. ..m, can get any of Dr. W. B. Cho*(*'f at F. ofDM Morlstons of sSttt. state Ux suchca »UJ JSWW on Tl GREATEST SHOW BE AT POWELL'S DRUG gTORE APRIL 1 Where he will open • 10OOO Rolls of New 'LAEOI58T laarS f, 8avp money by buying Vi|lPftp«r,.>t , . POWELL'S DRUC STORE K O A L 10 CAR LOADS ON THE TRACK. Leheigh Nut, No. 4 Stove, i • • ••-. ,-.!,,' And Egg Hard Coal THREE CARS JACKSON HllL s. a WEAKNESS

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