The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 2, 1893 · Page 2
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V '•' . CljONLK, MAY 2, -• ..... --------- .......... V-^.^ - .............. TBE DAILY CHRONICLE TKHMS Of Dally, oue year tltfonffh p. o...»4 75 Daiiy^ delivered, 10Whts por waqtr Subscription* Deceived at tbe office «tf pub atlofl 151 StUtft Street. ' J. M. «O$Et», PnbHsnar, Systematic Strike. CHtCA'ao, May 2i—vFhe strike of waiter's in this city for recognition and & material advance in wages during the ' world's fair period was inaugurated today. As far as can be learned it is the intention to call out the waiters in only two or three places .each ( day until every hotel, restaurant and eating house in the city employing union help has "Bigned the agreement. ' Ha* Roaclvcd.IUs Destination. •. ' '••PARIS, May.2.^JTames.B. Eustis Who takes the plafce of Thomas' Jefferson s Coblidge, United States minister to \ France, arrived here yesterday and wa% tbet at the station by the whole e.taff the pnited States embassy. C. Br Rawlinsou, 59 E. Green street. keeps for sale a full line of house and garden plants that arc well grown and healthy. AIsd v choice*cut flowers such as roses, carnations,.violets, lilies, etc. Boquets, baskets and designs furnjished to order. , . Fine stationery. »t t'he bazar'stores "A complete nssortnfiiynt'always on hand. '• llobent tjchcllf- is prepared to do ki m)B of tin'' wo.ru," shop oppositeJJ. L Murphy's. " •-' • Carpets at lowest prices in ' S.y.B _ Fancy Work Exhibition. ' ^ All of this week at the Singer Sewing Machine oflice, in Dr. Gallop's drug store. A lady expert will be present to illustrate how the work is done on'the celebrated Singer Machine. AH urc in vited to call. . x " - A Sfew Certain (Cure for riles. We dot intend to .endorse any except articles of genuine merit; we therefore, take pleasure in recommending to sufferers from Piles in any fornya'proinpt and permanent cure. The following letters speak for themselves: / * V Mrs. Mary C. Tyler, of Heppner, Ore., writes, One pkg. of Pyramid Pile Cure entirely cured me of Piles from which J have suffered for yeafs, and I hape never haJ he ' slightest return of them since. Mr. E. O'Brien, Rock Bluffs, Neb., says The pkg. of Pyramid Pile Cure entirely removed every trace of itching piles. I cannot thank you enough for it. The Pyramid Pile Cure is a novr, certain, painless cure for every form of Piles, It is safe, cure and cheap. Any druggist will get itfor you if you ask him. Don't fail to go to Hulett'a and have your eyes tested. All tests positively Jree. Ask to see the new perfection bifocals with which ttye wearer sees to jread or sew and with the same glass see at a distance. Remember we save you from 60 to 75 per cent on traveling optician'? prices. Geo. H. Greene, the druggist, desires us to publish the following testimony, as he handles the remedy and believes it to be;re, Uable; I bought a 50cent bpttle ,o,f Chamberlain's Pain Balm and applied it to my limbs-, ^whichhave been afflicted with rheumatism at intervals fpr one year. M the^lime I bought the Pain Balm I was unable tp walk. I can truthfully say that Pain- Balm has completely cured me, E. B. Farr, Holywood, Kan. Mr. A. B. C«x, too leading druggist at Holywood., vouches foAhe truth of. ; the above statement. ' In almost every neighborhood throughout the west there is som^ one or more persons whose lives have been saved by Chainber- lain'i Colic, Cholera .and Diarrhoea Remedy, or may have be.en cured of chronic diarrhoea by it. Such persons take especial pleasure in ^ecommeading the. remedy "to others. The praise that follows its introduction and use makes it very popular. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale at Greene's drug store. Some of the Grand Army 'laoys may be interested in the following from Alex* B. •Pope, A, I), C M Commander Dept. Term. and Ga. H«f says: 'fWe have had°'an t-pj- demic of whooping cough here (Stewart, Tenn. J and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy baa been the only medicine that has done any good." There is no danger from whooping cough when this remedy is freely given. It completely'controls the'disease. 50 Cfent s bottlea for sale al Greene's drug street. - ^ * *" '".' ' •- '" ; ." * '" •' l "« r Tjie Pyramid Pile Cure is a new diBcotery tot $& psonjptr jaraaaenli care of Pile* - Every drtiggiet has it. from Piles |fcanl4 toow thai % ^Je ,Co«e vi&~ wwgnptly. sad ef- remove every trace of them. Hfflb J. 8, WHITE &."-MW-ii"^ - '*- * '" ----- Tin. roofiftg'aad ail kinds of tin 'work done promptly by Kobert ijchelly. Robert Shelley has Opened n t»u sh& i« thf? JiHilding f^fn^rly occnpt<?d as a meaVibarkdt. opposite E. L. . Murphy's store.' , Give nini a ball wjien in need Of any tin work. Capos ami-jackets, a new ^invoice in this duyV S V. R. Oreon Moirtitnin, and Empire State. Cifrown on ftftntfy soil in the north part of llio «tnle. Enquire of " JjfeOHO E H. W IIl-JK ,v Erysli 4tnival of MiilnRa grapes, 15c lb., sit lliHaoraut^v ? ; ;v $ MulUisc blood red or{iDgcs, ; at Hilla- brafat'8. • : ;; • •..". ." '". Koii>OTeO,... ••' I have removed my oflice to Eagle block iii the rooms formerly occupied by Dr. Houston. -* .. ' •', ELJAS HEWITT.' Don't got ,,cxcitnd _over croup or quinsy when Lavender Ointment will relievo you within ten minutes if used as directed. 35 and Solents. *' ' • Flour. I,will sell the Homer Hour in bulk for f2.00 peV 100 Ibs. No light weiftht>\pa per sacks. I«al|o sell the Perrin llotir, only in bulk, chop feed, mill feed, grain, wheat screenings for chickens, rticlil seeds'a specially. A. WATSON. Bicycles at Coat. • . As 1 no longer not us agent for the Columbia and having two on hand, I will sell them at greatly reduced prices. ,. A. WATSOK. 5,000 spring and summer samples have arrived. Call and select youi summer -suit or punts. Bolter cho.ce than piece goods. Call and exum'ne before buying. Quality and price to suit at TKD'S, the tailor. Over Fletcher's store. Blariii Pool Hall. Billiard hall and pool room and 15 ball pigeon hole table, 172 East State street^ opposite the Ilerpdon hotel. Fine cigars kept. When you want a whisky for medicinal use ytou want it pure, "Royal Uuby" Rye is guaranteed pure iu every_ particular, and recommended for the invalid and the con .valoBcent. (Bottled at distillery.) ROtAL WINE CO., CMICAUO, For sale by'F. G. Seaman u-t^Gt)!, druggists. '. • Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. "Jtoyal Hubj" Kye VVliUky is "a Rye as is a Rye,'! naturally ripened and free from all foreign flavor and adul- terantg, guar*anteed pvjj-e and aver eleven years of age, re^ynmended tp the connoia- seur as a weritorioua article worthy qf the coaiidejice of iu^iajid^j convalegcenta and the aged. Sold only by P. G. Seaman .& Co. Druggists. . ^s Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. For Uonitoi* lace ^nd Crepe Tissue . lOGT '«**!» ««* 4t*^ U..._.._ :_ ^.i_ _ lock. •*.jji i+vuuvu iaue ana urepe ngsue paper call' at the Bazar in. the oew b.' ~ ~ Boughton will sell- you wall papei " J ha-ig it for yeg,. _•' ' years- the, fi^Hor-V the Jua.({t|on (Mo.) Poat' liaa bgen embjeet to crai^p, colio « fits o| g»o||eatio», which prostrated him for 6|veraI^jp,urs- s y«a]r|ji6'h^beeo using K,\ ... ,. y iin's €o}i(j, C'hQleara-an.d'DiajfriwBft Eeaw hesever ,bc0a?ion ieauj&;e& a»l it hasif^ riabjy ^ettjhwn p?oioj>t leliel. itt^gf<w*ale i'a,ft^"etprfV"'/. ., H -* GEO. H. MEAD w A L L E K -.»J "^ • ~ V" ^^ , umatJE, FASTY DESIGNS, -v * ' * « * * Lowest : Prices. Call and Be Goimiiced, H,B. POWELL, FOR SALE! = CAR : LOAD of Cooking, Heating, Gasoline and Oil Stoyefc»_ ONE HALF GAR LOAB -~ of tiri ware, consisting of tea and cpffeo. pots, kettle's,' milk pans, pails, dust pans, wash-boilers, everythiog \a tin, copper, fporcelain, germaij steel • goods and anti rusting tin ware.' ' - 1 . - - ' •. ONE HALF CAB LOAD of s.teel good3,%hoes, rakea, shovels, spades, bay,"ilung, and weeding forks, and M kinds of tools used for farms "and gardens. ' • FIVE. TONS of.steel nails-bo.th wire and out. " . /: •- '* \ ,u TEN TONS • / of barb and plain wire. , • FIF1T DQZEir locks_and door knobs of every kind and a full line of hardware of every I description. I know I am a little to tbe east end of Main street. We cannot all do business in the center, but it will pa* you to give me a call. JOHNIWHALEN, Hardware- Dealor, Martin Block, East Main Street Smith, the Photographer, Has some Dice Frames for Cabinets and other sizos.-juat received. Call and see them. If yoe are lingering from fevers, lung, lagrippe, catarrh, consumption, cough or bronchial troubles, asthma, heart nervousness, sleeplessness, dyspepsia, sick headache, paralysis, erysipelas or scaly skin, constipation or piles call on .Dr» Sharpsteen for hi* vegetable cure, 4 oz. free. A medicinerthat will explain to you within itself where^ t'he bead of your disease lief. * v 'WANTS, FOUND/ETC. Twenty cents a week for each oottce n3t « ceedlng five lines. No ohwge leas than twenty cents. f ^OBSALE-A good mare, IS years old. Will be sold on tune if desired. For particular* enquire 01 Geo. Hoyt, West/Green strejjt, r, A deeirable hon«o on .Hanover street, west, {or rent, Kuqqlreof Z. J. , DI -'---' ' R OOM9 FOB W, fL, BARSBY, Mansion and Madison Bts. Ginciiatir Mm &• Time table taking effect Dec. 3, Trains poet Marshall as follows: . . t TftAlHS QOIWO BAST. " Xo. t 3,"To!e<lo Express ......,...6[27 . v (' s.Ciiier.matiExpress.,.......,... 4 ..8 41 AID " »l,Mail andKzpreeg....- }253 pa ^_ 87, t^ealFreight. 6 80 p m *"" " • * TRAMS OOINIi WS8T. » So. 22,.dailandExpree^ ,..;!! 15am " a, Cuio.lnnatl« B. 0. Eajireai»..,....6 81 p m " 84, Kxpreas...: «;...!.« 38 a » * 28, Local Freight '..teiJTaB, All tralue dally except Suiidaj. ' ' HDlrect connections are made at Tbledo and Cincinati with all roads diverging. ' Trsina 21 and 28 make go od oonneatlon at MonJ teitn with tjie Ci E. 41., and at-Allegan with the 0. & Vfi M for Gruud ftapida, Muskegon and all Dolnta north. F. B. DKAKB, Ueo. MVr. C. M. BCaiNDLSK. OOD. Pass. Agt C. B. MIZS;, A'gt., MarskaU. when yqb can buy a lot pa" . . ,-""• vu« AUU Atttoh'a 'addition and have a house built to suit you, ttni pay for it in small monthly paymenw.' For information call at of- ice ot J. M. Hatch, eye* Wm. Martin's store. M RS. MONTtiOMBay, who wUl soon return to hi;i home in Mttrehall, would like to engage the aprvioet) of a goodcopk. Apply to Mrs. "•JU. J.*»y- ^ «•:.' ,;'-• ,''.' r • • • • • ^A rag carp.et. EBqulr»'ait,No.rr oorcer of Eagle and Hanover streets. L OS-T— A 'setting out of a geatlenmn'B ring marked «W. R Lost between ^he Tontinl attd thu pestofflice. Finder leave at C. H Thomjaon's jewelry store. S TO.BJ8 TO BENT—After May 1st. For Info f ! voatiou emiuire ofJ. B. Lansing. IMMEDlATKLY-A middle aged woman to talte. entire charge of child. Good wages, Ap-ply at 8S Qr.een W ANTEJU—A man accuBtomed to horsea and in , th e . 0 » r « <J f «-Plae^in city. Eniulre.at j?irat 'j^atlonal ^fanlc. < F ^pajKKNT^Two suite* of rooms with board: Inquire of Inez A. JScott, wegt-of^park. Bi;iie CjreeJt,;-;''. f 4* 814 45 'm:Jceou,...,...i 4 fl Detroit ...;,'i.-v

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