The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on April 28, 1893 · Page 4
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CHRONICLED APRIL 28, 1893. Secretary Carlisle's Talk With flew York. Bankers. > tJTMOSt ObOBjFEBMSG DISPLAYED, The CoAfereiMic.lL.ni«tcti pver'Jfn Carlisle Saj-#*licirc CHESPER CAS rORLIliHT' _ _ ^^ ____ fc y TO CONSXJMEBS OF GAS FORFtJEL. ' •The (Jas Gom^atiy ariounces thefolloWifig reduc to ' BcjdH—1 Atitopteit on tUe LI&fiTItfG wherever, diae HEATING to take effect on and afbar . t SEPTEMBER 1st 1892- Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleastirit •UDjd refreshing to tlife taste, end acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and. Bowels, cleanses tne system effectually; dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- dused, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in •its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it' to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. byrup;of Figs,is for sale in 50c iand 81 bottles by all leading drug- Ygists* Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro•cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. • • •= ' " . • CALIFORNIA f/G SYRUP £0. '. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, ~ * ; LOUISVILLE, Iff. NEW YORK, N.Y, PAINTER, GRAINER, .". DECOMTER, and OIL FINISHER, We tbfltaiQ from using patent inferior qual- tles ot mixed Paints, being able to mix our own polors from pare U'id and other subatuuoes. All work done ISatisfactorlly^ also Dealer in all kinds of PAINTS and OILS. PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY, all or leave orders at 177 State Street, eow .NEW YofeK, April 28.-^ecretary{Gnr- lisle decided yasterdaymorning trij'lijivfi a talk '•with the New York bankers. The postponement in tile nnval review 'bo- cause of the stqrm caused some dolay, as Secretary Carlisle accompanied President Cleveland on the Dolphin. The secretary landed with the ^residential par-fey and was driven to tho home of President George Williams of. the Chemical hank and chairman of the clearing house association. The conference between the secretary and the bank presidents lasted somewhat over an hour. There was the utmost good feeling displayed, and the secretary said lie was ;here to make a frank, free and opeji statement of what he believed to bo tho inancial policy'of the governtaent.1 In ;he first place the secretary said that/an issue of bonds at this time- might be an effective remedy,-but it would, only be temporary, and that it* would be followed by disturbances in the money market, and would in-the end retard the determination o'f the •administration, to repeal the~Sherman silver law. The secretary says that there would be no bond .issue except as a last resort. Aa the, secretary outlined the policy of the government it ,was .shown nothing would bo done that would retard or check the determination of the Cleveland administration, concerning the repeal of the Sherman law. The secretary went over the currency laws of the country and said' that they wore in bad shape and needed revision. lie said the revision should start with Jthe Sherman law. There is- a determination;, also to show the miners'* of silver the evil effects of the Sherman law in their fortunes. President Cleveland's advisors have told him that the only way. to induce the western and southwestern senators and congressmen to consent to a repeal of the Sherman law is to demonstrate to their constituents that they are los-- Lng money every day that the law is in operation. The missionary work in that monthly G^S $TOVB RA!CES,$ 1.60 per 1000 cubic For all aa8*ooii6rtinod \\iifiroa QAS RANGE feed, . ,: .' F6rallgn»conmmedwh8ifQiCiOpK!NQ<5rHEAflNQ'STOYES we cpnainniptidfi is not Idas tlian 100Q oubio foot. Rlttyi far Gas nsed f dr LtQUTf NO .QHtLY. remain unchanged andjxrft aa .,;„„.•; Less than 1000 cubic ft. in one month, $2 00 per 1000.Jci4>i<rft. '*' -5000 cubic ft. arid toss than 10,000 cubic ft 1 month $1 90 per • 10,000 or ovor, T month $1 SO per 1000 cubio ft. (cubic ft, All -tb'u abovo. rates are snl'jact to a discount of 10 eta per 1000 oflbiqft whin the months .bill IK i>aid in or -before llio lOtjj of the. month nest following. ' _____ _ „ Tim abciv-i special rat OH are mado trt induce consiimera to use gas for cpokinaf and heating. 'fa well as lighting. • t * t - " • . Experiene^ Prooyes The ADVANTAGE of Gas For^ ., / Opoldpg Over Every Other Fuel in Cheaper Stove Cheaper Fuel, Safety, Cleanliness, , -' Quiekness, Convenience. fi^Over 175 GAS STOVES now in use in MARSHALL,,®* SPECIAL REDUCTION IN GAS FIXTURES. A di»coni>t of 10 per cunt will be made from'jrognlar prloju on all b.tlls for Qw Fix'uroB or inside piping ordered and complete^ from " , Sept. 1st 1892, to April 1st 1893, The MARSHALL X.1OH T Co. Tbe beat ways in stock at G/H, Greene's Drug sto^e. f . Ladies are invited to call and test them SHILO CURE. Core* Coninmptlon, Coughs, Oroorp, Sor* 1 direction has been started by a number of the bankers in the solid communities of the west. Refusing credits to the Bonth, southwest and west fearing the effects of the Sherman law. The Chicago bankers, it is said, are carrying out the samd line of policy. Secretary Carlisle in his talk with the .bankers, made his stand very clear. It is to be heroic treatment all the way through on the Sherman law and possibly the 'nest session gf cdhgresa the ; Bilyer mine owners and/ the adherents, of silver in the senate and house will he ready to consent to a repeal of the law, : 'The . bank presidents, replying, to Secretary-Carlisle, cordially informed lum that they would 1 be ready at all times to co-operate with hmi -ij^-4he successful admiriistratiun of the "financial policy of the government. Everybody shook "hands aiid ^here was I harmony all around. In the meantime the secretary continues to receive offers Of gold from qngxriected sources. When Baby was slcSi we gaye fi'gf Castprih,. W/hen she was a .CSjild, she cried £orT3Sstorta. When she became Miss, she dung to Castoria. Wlien ebe bad Children, she gave them Castoria. QXPORS AND APTBS USIIIO. TV.\ Ill 5 1777 A An MS, MOTT'B nERVERIHB ia Fold with * w.'ltteo pmirnntostocuro n'.l i.ervnns 3l--c»sea of the generttlTe orfrana of eitiicr say., ti'b ai Ner .-us I'rostratlon. Kalllrg or Ixi t Maubufnl. Imp i nry. M^htlv Kials«ioo», Youthful 8rro*«t • Mi-ntut Wiirty, e xptaslvo use <•( Tobacco i.r Opium, wlii'-h lead to ('-<>• fiuroptlonand.In'tnity. T.itbewca it 'estoren the sn»p»nd vigor o{ youtli, »nd full pi.wer to all wlio use It.. Sold at $1.00 par box, ft bose* lor $5.uO. Dr. Motta themiool Co., OkYtlABd« ft IN OUR NEW DEPARTMENT We Offer to the Ladle* off Michigan ° the. Handsomest and Largest Assortment of Ever Exhibited in Michigan. All 1he PARISIAN STYLES wholesale and retail. Prices V SPECIAL DRIVE. •We will offer this week a special drive in this department' mid invilriljo ladles of this stale to call and i-xamine our aa- forlinei:!, which comprtn'B all the latest Parisian Reveilles in Spring WrapH, Capes and Jackets made. To tboaa who are unable to vieii pur store we will IB pleated to scud catalogue. Walter Buhl & Co., duced Rates. . , ' • - Wholesale and Eeiail, & 148 Jefferson Ave. DETEOIT, 1J10H. ALL'TUE RAGE* - ,W).fM .Rut {<*, $25. Ofr Suits, ihd.se $29,00, Suits now tit StfAN'AftAN'S, Bent tno Record. and- Platter will give great satisfactioiy-as CWJU,' SHILOH'S VITALIZER, *? •. *. 8. Hawking, CfcattMooga-Tenn.,aaws 'fihfloh 1 ! Vitalixcr*SAVED Jff LIffE. I UM. trouble it CToelfl. [LOH^S^VCATARRH ^HEMEB^ itoKemedy.'iiwltt lW * guarantee to give aattatefftJIo Wide-awake workers S PHOTOGBAPH8 of the WORLD." tb<* greaiest book on,-t!arlh; costioj, J100,OpO? retail ftl|8,25, - .* cash or Installments; 1JJ Wtrated cirojUara free: daily output over ],MJO\ v oJ Agents Vila wiin suoc^s^ its* , If. atee; Rev. J. How+iin SES A full assqrtineiit oi sizes. The best 0 kinds %nd at reasonable •yruses ' litted without n arge fqyJijfcing at ; Store THE MOST COMPLETE line of Sirring Suiting ever brought to Marshall, just arrived, Dress Sirits, Business -Suits:,., 'Youths' Suits, Boys' Suits, School l-tyits, Children's* Suits, and the beauties? of all our- jersey Suits, all on ai SHANAHAWS. WALL PAPER W^flFw^Pa^P - , .. _„ VORITE GOOD SUMMER WOOD 1. "

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