The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 11, 1891 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Thursday, June 11, 1891
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THE bAILY OflMoNlOtiB, JUNR11* 1891. LEPPER'S REDUCTION SALE! Commences this day. Everything . . For what it win brinfi;. . . . * - • •,.-• • _ . . s ..•'./• ' / . ' ' ; B9 ' : argains in all Departments, -FROM- CARPETS Down . to .Fins . and . Needles. Summer Sacrifice for Cash. Take it in Early. TgE DAILY CHRONICLE. TERMS OF SUBSCBIPTION. .DaUf, one year ....,..*4 75 Dallr* delivered, 1O cents per week. THE DEMOCRATIC EXPOUNDER, Published Friday, $1.50 a year. Subscriptions received at the office ot publication 151 State Btree. J. M. MOSES, Publisher, ' Marshall, Mich. M^^^MM»««^MM^H^^^H««* M .^" HH " IB ^ M * MH ' M> * M " M ~ Ma . The Maccabees. Today is the tenth anniversary of the W.L. Henson, manager of the Unf- versal Collection Agency, of Battle Creek, was* in this city today. He es- tablished'a branch in this city and secured J. E Foley to look after the business here. * IHUtakeii (or • Burgler. MOMTQOMBBY Ala., Juue 10.—CoU R. H. Abercoolbie, of. Tuskegee, Ala., spent last week and a portion of thia with his son-in- law, Dr. H.Baker, at Gadson, Ala. On Tuesday night' while the colonel was walking in the garcfRi, he wa? mistaken for a burglar by Dr. Baker, who shot and instantly killed him. It seems he has long had a presentment that he would die violent death. order of Maccabees in this state. Some,, weeks since the officers of the Great Camp advised the subordinate tents to celebrate the day in such a manner^is they deemed proper. Marshall tent de cid*4 to act on the advice and accordingly invitations were issued! to all the tents in the county, and the Jackson tenta also. By some mistake the Albion, and Jackson people did not understand-that there was to be exercises iPBfe' afternoen and accordingly will - not arrive until thUi.evening. '•""' At two ', o'clockSj^he Marshall tent headed by the band marched 'to the C., J. & M. depot and met; .the'Battle Creek delegation, which was accompanied by .the K. O. T. M. banC of that place. The processiQn tjfen formed and marched up to Green street, then east to Exchange, notth to State an4 west to the park. The exercises at the park consisted of music by the Battle Creek band, prayer bj Rev. W. W- Carry, address of wclcom« by Mayor Porter and an address by W. J. Gregg. Both of the addresses were to the point and well delivered. This" evening the visiting Sir Knights will be banquetted at the opera house. There has bfcen a large number of people in town and the stores and many residences are decorated- with the ' national and K. O?T. M. color*. ' Doijt Waste an Inferior BOM but get tn» your LACK LINE Tbe"8piial"CottonHosehavlngiiooat8ldecovertngtr; hold the moisture, as Rubberbose does, drlegllkeatoweU Of course there are Imitations; there are /*»WZ WAYS however, by which you can tell if the dealer !• faying "" . to sell an inferior hAse. The Genuine I. Many years ago Col. Abercrombie had the misfortune to become involved in a peieon- al difficulty with a son-in-law, when the latter was shot and almost instantly killed Jennie Webb at I4berty. PONTIAC, June 10.—Jennie Webb, accom panied by her attorney, Mr. James Lynch appeareii before Judge Moore this afternoo; for sentence. Hia honor,••during akin'dly ths unfortunate young lady, said in revewing the evidence against her, tba the Buffering she had endured was sufficient punishment, to sa,y nothing of the great expense cf her defense, and therefore he would suspend sentence indefinitely. The Greatest Medicine of the A°gt> Kellogg'e Columbian Oil is a powerful rem- eda. wluob. can be taken intanuUIy as well as externally by the teaderflpt inf aat. It cures atoc«t instantly, is pleasant, acting directlj upon the system, cauaing a sodden buoyancy of the mind. In abort, die wonderful effects of thia 'most wonderful remedy cannot be explained to written linguage. A single doee mhaled and taken according to directions, wil> convinoe ajay one that it ia all that ia claimed for U; Warranted to eure the following dls- Bhenmatiam or Kidney Diaeaae in any Spiral' A bl*cH line tuovea iu: B« sur« It Is BLACKt Dot ^j^K blue, re4 or M»y» tljing but bia-cK- II. T|)« stencil "'SPIRAL.' P»teqie4 /\&rcr> 30,1860," oo every leogtrj. BAWD as in cut. : IV. E»cb leugtt> 1$ «>ow put up Wltrj » PI«K WRAPPER arouixl tfce I»os«. r>ea.r tb« coopllrjj. A iompU will te tent fret if jmt mtftio* tHipvUica} tioa. SolJ everywhere. _-_•..,,• . „ .'. , BOSTON WOVEN HOSE. CO., Hanfrtt of _Rubb«r' Bronchial Affection, Catarrh, »», «t«WLl or internal Cougha, uididUdu* *nd wO Full directions with each 1 bottle. For aale at Qteene'a drug store You can get any of l)r. W.-B. Church's alJ?AG. Seaman & Co'i drug store. GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH! > , WILL BE AT POWELL'S STORE APRIL 1 Where b.e will open 10O06 IftopofNew WALLPAPER. liABGEST v I.INB EVEB Shown in Marshall Save money by buying WaiJl Paper, at POWELL'S DRUG STORE All Sizes and Prices at Qost All who use them advise their neighbors to do likewise. TJiu it all we can ask. Over 100 now injuM in Marshall. , All whose residences are on anj line of the The Gas CO'B. maio pipe, can"have service pipe put in Iras if they will buy a «•• ^ Range of The Gas Co. »nd agree to use it. All Should Prom by thlt Offerr Prices of Q»» Ooiuomfxi M tog istered by each meter copa rately eaohmonth wiut>« FOR LIGHTING ' When under fi.000 cubi» feet, 99.00 per 1,000 cubic feet. When 6,000 and under 10,000 «uWo feet, 5 per cent, less »r f 1.00. '• When 10,000 or more oaWp feet, 10 per cent less or f 1.80. ' FOR COOK1NO When under l.OOO cubic f«* 15|per cent less or $1.70. • - -, When 1,000 cubic feet or mace, p p«r cejpt less or ; $1.60. ^ A disco ant of ten cents per l,00t cubic feet will be made on all «bov* rates when blll9 wr«i Mid on or before lOth ef month when due, but In no oa»e unless paid by that date. THE MASfQLUtL II&HT 00 paid for Sherman's AucUon atote *tt c b. C.

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