The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 1, 1893 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, May 1, 1893
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,'* »>'' * M" » _ ' V> THE DAllT CHRONICLE * 9m * ***•**«» »*» »...»4 »8 Baity, delivered. 19 c*Uta par w«eK fintaorlptiont received at tta office* of pub ttlra 161 Btat« street. J. M. MOSES, PobUshar, i fidftor: W« too by the CHBONIOUE pf Saturday, April 29, that Presedutteg Attorney Clark • **• notified the justices of the peace of this oity that must not actiept' any complaints •gainrt drunks, that are made under the «at*lawi ,BesayB they must be made under the ordinance. Will you please ask him tp i»fotm us where hft goto his authority for lh»*MaiB? He also says ho will not proso- outo, complaint* feirdpffikr made under the iUtela*. We would refer the prosecuting attorney to 651 and 652 of HowoH's Anno- tatW Statutes, which r,eads as follows, towit: 661. Tha prosecuting attorneys shall in their rwpeotive counties appear for the •tete or county .an'f [prosecute & defend in •11 court* of the county, all prosecutions,. toute, applications and motions, whether eiTil or criminal, in which the BtaW or county may be a party or interested. 662, .Sach 'prosecuting attorney shall,' whsa requested by any magistrate of ,the/ county, appear in behalf of the people of this state before any such magistrate other than those exercising the police jurisdiction of incorposated cities and'Villages and/prosecute all complaints made in .behalf/f th P«ople of this state, of which said/magis trate ahall have jurisdiction^ • • .THE Fancy Work Exhibition. All of thLVweek at the Sieger Sewing Machine office in Dr. GAUup's dru store. A lady expert will/be present t Ulustrato ^how the work Aa done on th orfebMted Singer Machine. All are in vlted to call. r Tin roofing stncl ail kinds of tin work done promptly by Robert Schelly. - Smith is making the new porcelain enamel photos, 'They just fill the bill for a nice picture. v • ' Capes and-jackets, a new invoice ia this day. . 3. V, R.'LKPPKK. Potatoes. -'-' Green Mountain, and Empire State. Grown ori sandy soil in the^orth part of the etnte. Enquire of Eresh arrival of Malaga grapes, 16o lb., at Hillabrant's. Maltese blood fed oranges, at Hilla brant's. ' Fine stationer^ at the bftzar store. A complete assortment always on hand, Robert Schelly is prepared to do ki nds of titf work, shop opposite E. L Murphy's;/ . Carpel &\ lowest prices ,ia thd state. S..V. R. A Maw Certain Ctare for Piles. Wa dot intend to endorse any except arti 1« of genuine merit; we'therefore, tak pleasure ia recommending to sufferers from Piles In any form*. 'i prompt and permanen cure. Tke following letters, speak for them 'The pkg. aot The M«. Mary Qi Tyler, of Heppner, Ore, writeii, One pkg. of Pyramid Pile Cure en tirely.cured ma of Piles from which I hav •nffered for years, and I hape never had ihe •lightest return of them since. Mr. B. O'Brien, Rock Bluffs, Neb,, says of Pyramid Pile Cure entirely re - trace of itching piles. I can i you enough for it. ramid Pile Cure is a new, certain painless cure for «*ery form pf Piles. It ia •afe, cure and cheap. Any druggist will ge 'itfpr you if you ask him. . /Don't fail to go to HuletVs and have ""•r eye* tested, \All tests positive!: '• Ask tp see the new perfection bi "T" 1 -' mt " ; Which- the wearer sees to read or sew and with .the same glass *ae at a distance. Kemember we save you from 60 to 75 per pep.t on traveling optician's prices. / t • .-• .>/ ^ranges fpr-siieingfat Hillabrant's, li cents doz. - C!«m Bouillon at Hillabrant's. . ,9? to tbe bazar for tin ware of all • kinds. i * Midget* Pickles at Hillabrant's. Fare Qhio maple Sugar at Hilla orants. ,.. "••*. Full line French Soups at Hilla brants. o The new Layette safety mailing enve opes at Smith's studio. .••,;" Robert Shelley has opened a tin shop —^- —T--^.._ . T -.^-__ T ,^^ mmfmf ««»r«^*«%4«A Ml h4JUI OUULJ in the building formerly occupied as a ' HaB * t mf&t opposite E. L, Murphy's itpre. TSiTO him a call when in fleed pj •tpre —„„ tin work. to, ^ongajtoii'i foj araU BtQoJk and-pew styles. i*BM?thM% and;ef- f-—»ir^^'i2*r"- T"-rjK>f*ftft|a, ,«»jr Itfjfr^taflriipfc.:^.'rT-.- •• - *-*a^ * _f J ' ' ^^B»w ^^^Bp -i^^f^^^p^^^ removed my office to Eagle block in the rooms .formerly occupied byDr. Houston. , , *' / ", - KLIAS HEWITT. Don't get- excited oyer croup or quins> wften Lavender Ointment will relieve you^witliin ten minutes, if used as directed, 25 and 50 cents. Floor. I .will sell the Homer flour in bulk for $2.00 per 100 Ibs^ No light weight* pa per sacks. I/also sell the Perrin flour, only m bulkj chop feed, joaill feed, grain, wheat screenings for chickens, field seeds a specialty. A. WATSON. As I no longer act as agentxfor the Columbia and having two on hand, ] will sell them at greatly reduced prices. . . . A. WATSO 5,000 spring and summer samples have arrived. Call and' select youi summer suit lor pants. Better choice than, piece goods. Call and examine before buying. Quality and price to suit at -• TED'S, the tailor,* Over Fletcher's store. Billiard anil Fool Hall. Billiard hall and pool room and 15 ball pigeon hole table, 173 East State street, opposite the Herndpn hotel. Fine cigars kept, When you want a whiafey for medicinal .use you yant ifpure, "Royal Buoy" Eye is guaranteed pure in..every particular, and recommended for the invalid and the convalescent. : (Bottled at distillery.) ROYAL WINE CO., CHICAQO. For safe by ?*^ Seaman & Co., druggists. f : .'vr »,* ^ ChjIclirenOryfdr Pitcher's Castorla. 'Koyal J^uby^ K ¥ e WhUky tg is s Bye,", naturally xipeaed ^freefron^ all'foreign flavor andadul- .nts, guaranteed pure and oyer eleven years of age, recommended to the. connoisseur aa a roentprious article worthy of the confidence , pf iuvalids, convale.8centB and the aged, Sold only by F. Q. Ssaman & Qo. Druggists; '•'••• '*"$ — " 7 — "~ Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. For .Honitou lace and Crepe Tissue paper call a* the. Bazar in the new Wock^ __j,-^ ugktoa-rwill sell -yea w»li~ p^per and haug it for you. ' *•• v MAY 1,1693, i^a: 'of the Borlingtop Junotio.4 (Mo.>P6sti jSas been subject ^afSEt'loUo ,pr fl^ of ied^atjon,,, wiicji )zosfa$i84 him for eeTeralhpurB.and year he. haebegau psinf chamber- w A L A E FRESH, UNIQUE, fc&STY ; DESIGNS, * "V : Prices, Call and Be Convinced, M, B. POWEtL. FOR ONE : CAR of Cooking, Heating-, Gasoline and OU Stoves, ONE HALF CARLOAD of tin ware, oonsistinff oT tea and coffee pots, kettles, milk pans, pails, dust pans, Wash boilers,'every thing m tin, cop'per, fporcelain. germL stee gfooda and anti rusting tin^ ware. '. ,--. , >e \ ONE HALF CAR LOAD of 5 te ?, 1 ,? 0( i d3 » hoes » rakes > »hovel8 v spades, hay, dung and weeding forks, and nil kinds of tools used for farms and gardens. FIVE TONS, * of flteel nails both'wire arid cut. of barb and plaia wire. TEN TONS FIFTY DOZEN ery We lock^and door knobs of every kind, and a .full line of hardw*re ; of ever .description. I know I am a little to the east end of Main street. W Cannot all do i * \1' • 11 J , . . ' ~~- «..y» v » UUIAIU OblOOl. tf O cannot all do business m'the center,.but it will pav you to mv« me a cait^ ' v-, •_-.-,, . ; • . -° JOHNIWHALEN, Hardware Dealer, Martin Block, East Main Street, ' Smith, t^e thotograpber. Has some nice Frames for Cabinets and other sizes.-Jusl received. Call and see them. If yo« are lingering from fevers, lung, lagnppe, catarrhT^conaumpiion, cough or bronchial troubles, asthma, heart nervousness, sleeplessness, dyspepsia, sick headache, paralysis,.erysipelas or scaly akin, constipation or piles call on Dr. Sharpsteen fpr~hi? vegetable <W 4:pz, free. A medicine ^hat fill ejcpltf to you within itself where the head'ol your disease lies. ' • WANTS, FOUND, ETC, Ij^pB 8ALB-A gpo« mare, 11 years old. Will J? be «o]d on time U desired, fat parUcularii enquire otQeo. Hoyt, West Oreen 5 «treet? Cutmiiati, Jactson & Macta Time table talctag effeot Dec. 3, Train* paaa Uaranall M tollowB: TaWHs oorae «ABT. 841 ,. •" O.. Mail and J!xpreaB.- wi ..... . ------- 12 58 pa So. 2J,Mall and Expreas, u 15*n I! <& VtotfomU « f. 0. BJq>reM 681p«» " 84, Kxprew.......I. ..,...„.....,. issaa a » "• 88^ iiOGklFreight . ,.icJBin* All Uaiiu d»Uy except Sunday. • Bplrect oomieoUdM are made at Toledo »nd «Clncln»tl with all roads diverging . telth with the Q B. 41., and at Alleganwith ^ 0. & W. M for Grand Baplds, Muskegon and * points north, : " ' - F.B.- DRAKE, OB U.B. w^ene^er occaB^o^te^uiied, |pJ-|tlpB^Ta- riaWy. giyeji him prompt relie|, » aad 6C cent belies jEor-sa^e »t arejsnj'a'dMj^sjiojcei, jBe| your wall pfpejp «fi»d. pwnts-*t atojw.. " • CEO, H, MEAD ». f «• Omrritfe A desirabte aoiue on Hanover street, weat. for rent. Enquire of Z. J, BlakeWee. "DOOMS FOB BfiNT. W. H. BARSBT **' MaMloo'and M»duon «t8. W 'HY pay rent when you-can buy a lot OB *' toV * «* v ^*is&affi&as»g J^^f fj~"ri~VTT«"'> "" "'*••"•*'*"*«••»"*» Vrtftll •( Jvft., flftton; orer W«. Martla'a store, •**»5tr ,v ' '• .1. . vflce M MONTGOMBBY. who V aher home in Mareball, would like to aeivloea oil a good coot Appiyw TjJOB UAL^— A rag J QQn g a at No 77 L OST— A setting out of a gentlemaa'a 'rlna marked «wT9 Loat'betweta, tn«Tontlne and the postofflJc^, pinderr leifa " *t O Tom' iTOaB ; TO RSNT-riSr ?• maUon eoqulfe of J?E. Porlnfor. woman to take Good wagea. Apply at 89 mi ddle ' of T ADTICN w>m will j~ i*.. . -^"s-— r~

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