The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 13, 1892 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, December 13, 1892
Page 2
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' •* , . ' -'*/' , ' , ? ' •' , s ;';* ' "' • THE IJAlLYiOimO^iqL^ IJBCEMB^R 18. 1892. '• . .J i year tbrotifflt IP. «»;,.** 7*J- Dailyi dfeHveriM* 1& ew Line" ,0f La|e Fall Suiting^ . year 1892 will .close'leaving the vOI- *me o/ our Merchant Hailofhig Department •^greater than that of any year since we came fa Marshall.* We therefore tufa this appop&Hjiiy of thanking tnany friend* for * the patronage we'have received. J -KILLED HIMSELF, »( have just received a line ot toe Suiting for . x Dr. McK««, » Former Uetlijonf ft Mar- •tintr, Suicide* ftt Vickibrirg by Minollng, ^ ^ ,.'• VicKSBtJBQ, Dec. 12."^Abouitnidnight Sat- urdaynight Dr. J, E.'McKee, a spiritualistic o .;• , , -.'•- medium, committed suicide by shooting "V^G! Viltiil' r b6^plfeaSCQ tO himself through the head with a revolver at I ":...' "' « the residence of his wife^s parents, Charles Dent, in Brady towu&hip. A family jar had ff been \n progsess and on Saturday McKec was in .this village and on returning homo found that his wife had packed her wearing " apparol and skipped oub. He made asearch of the neighborhood for her. but was unable to find her whereabouts. McKee told hii wife's parents that he wished to iee her if but for one moment^Sis father-Jn-law advised 'him to go to bed _ and in the morning.he would see if the wife could be found and thpy «quld Ijave a tnlk, and • . •;.*•'•,,•'. . them up at actiial valueand hot at fancy prices; We 'Wift close out all our * Also our entire line of <. *' tending a meeting at a school nouso near by O ame to the house at nea? 12 o'cloak to stay &v , v , VfcKI . • i all night. On their arrival McKee was sitting I by tnS^t6*e smoking his pipe. They soon re- tired leaving McKee by the stove, but soon after hearing a noise, jumped from bed and and found McKee lying 1 oh the .floor dead, baying shot himself through the Jieart. -His And anything in our Merchant Tailoring Department" at pricej that a temptation to purchase, Allwedesire is a chance to ~ ^ "il «*-'*4. ' the riCeS WlllSdlt." "age wasi about 89 years. He' was n totm4r. Sufferers from Piles should kaoWiUmt the 1 Bffe WOO CIUUUW Oil JTOWID. A*«7 *»«» t^ .'T, M ^^*' oUU6rBrn IIUJ-II. J- llto QI»WW.*» •V^^I±.^,~F*-....-.,resident of Marshall, Mich, A coroner's I p yra mid Pile Cure, will promptly arid ef jury was empanelled yesterday and found a J f c qtually remove every trace of them. Any verdict of deliberate suicide. ^ i druggist will got it for you The Place to Get Wood Is at 0. T. Grant'a wood yard, corner of State «Sad Hamilton streets. Largest and best lot of wood, in the city. Note the prices: Qak, f3 per "cord; slabs,] fl.BOVbeach, maple and'hickory, $2.25. Full measure guaranteed. Delivered free to any part of the city promptly. When in need of wood give me a call. C. f. GRANT. ^IT til© FEET •When Baby was nick, we gave her Caatoria. WaenahewMaCSifld, Bhecrledfor Castoria. I _ _^ e _ . ,. ^ •When she became Mias, she clupg to Castorla. \.L Ti J^b-Ji J\ K. H. "' THE KIND OF [SHOES WE SELL. THAT MERELY- COVER TH ' Xbai I can get a responsible 'tenant FE ET ARE NOT IN IT WITH BS "fora term of years I will build a store ALWAYS KEEP A STQCK OF SHOES O ' '-SVaJt-si jr- I^SSS^ EWJETAK S: --^^1; b^SKSS^^ 2 doors west of P.O. Ordmanca No. 10 relive-to, throwm, 1 et will be strictly eu- G. H. SMITH, OF MILLINERY COOPS I OR THE NtXT 30 DAYS. I WiU Sell at post for Cash all |P Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, \ All Untrimmed (Joods, Feathers, Fancy Feathers, / Ribtons, Flowers, Laces, In fact EVERYTHING , FOR THE NEXT THWITY DAYS. i--. -•-—,,., i • •( , MISS HANNA, is in Charge of my Work Room She is lately from the wholesale hause of Pollock, Pettibone & Chapman and Jw having had a large experience can give you satisfaction and on short notice. ^ I Now is tbe time and C. • rqed - Marshal; • Salp, Very, Very Cheap A Grand square piano, in good order MRS. D.J.'BUTLER. , ' Apply to B. C. Haskell, tf ., H.Z CONVEYANCER,- AJi tmsiaessi- atteaded,, ta prowplly caret.ully. JdLaa a, sale to keep, judg docket a.nd ptaer -valuable jpapera ' '" >: TlffKN WANTED-ft*'"? an^'e^ 6 ' 1 * 61 ?' ' Peil .• •M s 5Jw»r^i»wrSfassj ^w^s^r^gS^tM Ji-^. ^.. t .y.j,' "~— *_' V ^'* -^ ~* ^ ** <mm "*•* '!__'• " *» 3 5SciloA» w«TawSs at Toledo and Ha\ 7 o a'large stoci of itut AND FELT GOODS. The gnly house iu the city ^inyrflc & Suatha celebrated slioea. Every pair warrantee^ • ' x lOoi fitouk ooasMao tOJW , custbiujcirsi.. We earr£ 4 toe atjOcS of * 'S Is the place. Opera Houes . W.H.ROWUAND,, Manager Thursday, Pec. 15 Twenty-third Sea»on~-The OW«»t— The MatcUlua* EOY BROTHERS; First and foremost of J^hepo all. Pat- .' ^\ roni»ed by the Elitei of every city, E»tire "" new show.' ,, *<^ ^r«ftf' JHirprispHwHl hn fnundT CeUsbtities w wonderful attd-^rtistio Enrbpeaa .ge the world. MCDONALD DWith, their b>»atafrt sUvftir tri$s bars.- * . The only ge»tiejnen r who "«am tarn Biagtej-- ' » utole and tripl - ? . and TWO 'LUNG, seats m — -,L "-i -^•i- ^ : -V t/% ^^f,^^

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