The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 20, 1891 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Wednesday, May 20, 1891
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THE DAILY CHRONICLE, MAY 20,1891. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION; i DakIp, one year .V.;.<*»**;.7si Daily, delivered, 1O cent* fetitrt Subscriptions received at the offlcs of publication 151 State etree. J. M. MOSK8, Publisher, Marshall, Mush. Spring Poetry. One, tW The largest Stock, The Lowest Prices, At Hyde's Drug Store, How They Dressed. Here is the description of the dress ,oi English women in 1515, taken from a totter written by an attache of the Venetian legation to a friend at home: Their usual vesture is a cloth petticoat Over the shift, lined with gray squirrel or some other fur; over the petticoat they wear a long gown lined with some choice fur. The gentlewomen carry the train of their gowns under the arm, the commonalty pin it behind or before, or at one aide. The sleeves of the gowns set as close as possible, are long, and nnslashed throughout, the cuffs being lined with some choice far. Their headgear is of various aorta of velvet, cap fashion, with lappets down behind over their shoulders like two hoods, "and in front they have two others, lined with some other silk. Their hair is not seen, so it is not possible to see whether it be light or dark. Others wear on their heads muslins, which are distended and hang on their backs, but not far down. Some draw their * hair from under a kerchief, and wear orer their hair a cap, for the most part white, round and seemly. Others, again, wear a kerchief in folds on the head; bat b« the fashion as it may, the hair is never, seen. Their stockings are black and their shoes, doubly soled, of' various colon. When they meet friends in the street they shake hands and kiss, on the month, and go to some tavern to regale, their relatives not taking this amiss, as such is the custom. The women are very beautiful and good tempered.—Philadelphia Press. Miss Bessie Peters, teacher of piano and a late pupil of Dr. F. Ziegfield, president pf Chicagq Musical College, wishes pupiis. Lessons will be given at the pupil's residence if desired. tf Opening HEW BiKERT! I have leased the old Turner Bakery, lorme t ly occupied by Doc Snyder and BEFITTED IT Mrs. P. Merrill, WEDNESDAY MAY 20 Coarse Corn Meal for chickens. MKBRU.L. "Feed my chickb" Merrill's. .with Meal from H. 1. TILLOTSON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND CONVEYANCER. All business attended to promptly and carefully. Is the only justice in the city having a safe to keep judgment docket, and other valuable papers in. Over 4,000 different styles of goods' to select from at F. S. Powers*. ELOCUTfQNIST, Of Dntroit will give Readings in the EAGLE OPERA HOUSE. Also a class exhibition in Physical Culture which will consist of Posing; by Young Ladies,in Greek Costume; and Gesture Work, Marches etc. by classes of children. The Child Trombone Soloist, Blaster Gardie Simons, aged 12 years, will render difficult solos in the entertainment giten by Miss Margaret Ulrich, Elocutionist of Detroit, Wadiiesday evening, MayaO. ; ".... > 35 ctt, BoMrrsd aeato 35. ots. ... . . and am now prepared to furnish the public wiin ' Fresh Bread, Pies. Cakes ' , J •• A flne line of Confectionary always oti hand. Frmits in season. First Class Lunches. J. 0. KEUOHLE. .Ask your grocer for Rice Creek mills flour or call at.the mill and get a sack. Ura Rice Creek mills flour and you will have no other. F. S. Powers, the leading merchant tailor, guarantees satisfaction. riAMB into my enclosure, a pony. Owner can \J have aame by proving property andpaying expense, incurred. ' *». kurtf Korn Mel 4 chicks. MKRL. Feed your chickens from Merrill's. coarse corn meal All kinds of feed ground at the Rice Creek Mill. . Tioketa at Greene'i Drug Btowi PICKLED Merrill'* Price I4»t, 20 Ibs granulated sugar ........... $1 00 14 Ibs cut loaf sugar: ....... -. ...... 1 00 3 Ibs Mei rill's mixed coffee ...... ; . 1 00 8 doz fresh eggs ..... ........ . ..... 1 00 Pine apples, solid stock 15c Or two 35 Bananas two for ....... . ..... . . . . 06 Ingersoll's superior flour per sack. 00 10 Ibs Brazil nuts ........... .'..... 100 4 Ibs chocolate drops. , ....... ,....' 1 00 Pine apples, good ones ............ 15 5 Ibs Merrill's 50c tea ............. 200 10 Ibs genuine maple sugar. ...... 1 00 Hammock seats two for ........... 35 Remember these prices are good for this evening and tomorrow. ?. H. M. MERRILL. 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. No light weight paper or cotton sacks. Also nice clean Screenings for chicken feed, Corn in the ear » A. WATSON, 5o a fi> at J. Cunningham!a Daily at J. Ladies! COMEandSEEMY SPRING A full aawrtment of si2»s. The best JdncU THE and at reasonable rates. Truse* fitted without charge for fitting, at Drug Store, I Oft W*i* •*»«•*(,. M «»HAUU. Th» best Salve in the world for Oat*. firuiaea. Sorea, Uloara, Bali Bbeaou IWvwr Boree, Tetter. Coras and »U Blau H«ad0, ptions, and curea Pflea, or no pay required. If i* «*ant*ed to give perfect satisfaction or i refunded. Price 25 cents per bo*. Vox by ?. Q. Seaman & Co. : • Statistics of disease ahow that there ia a greater mortality 'from kidney ^' ffl wltiim and rheumatism than any other causes ao4 the fatality and suffering which attend these disease* make it the more necessary" to brine before adwcemmg publw T heating, soothing and oarataTe pwip W girl to (to wm 4. KB- STYLE, QUALITY. GOODS and PRIOE are RIGHT. Miss. D. Kelly. One mile south and half a mile west et Ceresoo. 1OOD PASTUIta TO 'RBNT-Four miles X north ot Marshall. SL&. LOCKTON. silveraiid nickel plating done at the Marshall Cycle Oo. Oejt your knives, fork* and spoon* silver plated and made as good as new. Prices reasonable. Oall and see. Tj»OB KENT—Hanoramo »ppartments of fir* J? rooms; moferd co»ve«l«nees; centrally located. Enquire M Chronicle Office. D -*A» OOMS TO &KJJT First house east of Trin- F OR SALE—A brand new'canopy top surrey, never beea run, also a good bone. Enquire of Richard Butler. C ASH paid for old clothes, hat« wad oaos, boots shoes, rubbers: in toot anything and everything, at Dr. Sherman's auction More. i : : U.O.BBOOKS. tf W ANTED—An active, honeest man-Salary • IOO monthly it suitable, wltn oppu.rn- represent locally a rtwuou nltles for advance, to Bible New York Souse, jtaferanoe FAVOTUJWB, Look Box ^w™* 0 " MANU W ANTKD-Second hand gMdsof every description. Household futnlttn, stoves, carpets, tto. Highest cash prices paid. Call or send postal to 4. C. Bw»ka atDr. Sherman auction store. Q d s!6 W ANTED— At Dr. Sherman's Auction store second hand books it all kind*. paid lor them. » Oash a. 0. BROOKS. TTtQR SALB-Hew furniture. New and large * 1 *** of " ** " d »««lons, second band go trade by store. , etc.. all offered aheap for oasa or . O. Brooks at SbecBan's auction GREATEST SHOW tooWl*«rt* iaSSfel^ '•"-— -~_-j'-~ — ^flflf BE AT POWELL'S DRUG STORE APRIL 1 be will open 10000 Rolls of New WALLPAPER. K O A L 10 CAR LOADS ON THE TRACK. Leheigh Nut, , No. 4 Stove, And Egg Hard Coal THREE CARS QFi JACKSON HILL. Delivered to »njPfrtofthe city S. a OUMMINGS. WEAKNESS Shownin Marshal POWELL'S DRUG STORE

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