The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 9, 1893 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, June 9, 1893
Page 2
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JUNEi 9,1893 THE DAILY Articles at Agreement Signed. June S.-^-Dferi CSreedoto, the TKRM9 OF SBBROBIPTION. Oatly, one yeAf ttirougte P. O,..»4 7* O»l ly, •««!» wered. 1O centu p«r weefc .tecelred at the offlce x I0i BUt* street. , J. M. MOSES, PubtlBD3fJ has signed artid^'of agreement calling for a finteh battle With Ale* GFreggams of San Francisco. The men are to meet at 158 pounds, weighing in at the ting- Bide, fot a purse of 15,000 between July 25 and Aug. 10. Greg&ams, through Captain A- W. Cook of Boston, lias accepted the offer. . The match Will cuilitf off before the Columbian Athletic club Chicago. ADDltiONALlOCAL. Mwter Clause MerrUl|iB TW\d«t the physician's care *nd it is fearedHh&t he has consumption.' .<'.' T Rev. Mri'Mcjiaul has declined to ac capt the pastorate of the Baptist chorch in, this city.";" Robert Talbert, of Battle Creek, is clerking in J. W. Fletche^a clothing •tore lor a couple of week*. • • • • Air. and Mra v JeIlison and children, of Ellsworth, Kan., are visiting at Mrs. Westfall's on Division street. "For me.roy'8 sake!" suddenly exclaimed the isCdy in the steam car to the ugly-faced stranger who sat beside her, "do speak tojne or peeple may think yotf are my husband." .- •/ -4t is not lively that tea gdwns will ever go out of fashion.. . They have bo come a standard article ptdr.easi hke a Ten Bonftd ORLEANS, June 9.-rJacK Daly Wilmington, Del., whipped: Owen Barney of Kew Orleans in 10 tound$ •<• bef oro: fight 'vitas witn>ss|d bv.8,0p0-^|0ple. The purse yms, $1,000. Daly had, the advantage itj height, reach, anaVe At the rfngside HarneyBgaled If? Daly 182. The' betting was 2^ aamst Harney: Daly^My outdassea ", ' |pr, Bennett. Specialist of Chronic Diseases will t»e Th0 b08t PertUmeS al* at the Herndon Saturdar, Jjtm« v 10th, 1, B * ' "«\ . -Free consultation in ' G^ffsftis' tffixl Wfl/yS <4U1 StuClC ftt Cr." £u English. . r» N. fr—Such eases as hape failed id e : 01*66116 S DTUg Store* ceive benefit elsewhere are especially de- . "'**——— ;. Ladies are invited to •... JJdtice.'td'Cyoiists,,^/: 1 ,. .--.'_, ' • -. • • '•'• * .'_ The praeticcvOf riaing bic^iies otf the 1 cajl and test them sida walks mil|t be st&pped at mvssl Any peri^ns yiolaUng Urn law .in thi?,...... ^ , . ^ .jsSMffiasMbtf*ti». respect do «o-atlh«ir owfl Mtl^KMri .f£SJ$&L^k SNteff?"* - and save trouble, _ j ^ \. Ig^^BM JACKSON glove or -a" bonnet, deemed a necessity. They are now s . . Merrill Twins attracted a refy largo orowd at the Methodist church last evening. They hold ; forth at the same place again this evening, when they will pre'sejit to the audience about fifty new stereoptican views. An admission fee of 20 cents will be charged Convent Burned. MONTREAL, June '9?—The Ville Marc convent at Cote St. Antoine, four milef west of this city, canght fire and hurned to the ground. There .were several htm- dred inmates, nuns and pupils, but al escaped in safety. NEWS IN BRIEF. A Condensation of Interesting Happening* Throughout the Country. Lieutenant Stillman Panforth, a Chicago police officer, was killed by the cars, Secretary Carlisle finds he hasn't the authority to issue greenbacks to purchase gold. There are. 64 steamers doing excursion business out of Chicago this summer, but BO far none has made expenses-. Miss Ida Studebaker, daughter of the late Jacob F. Studebaker, was married .to Edward L. Kuhns of Chicago. Tom Figures, colored, is in jail in Bowie county, Ark., for assaulting"Mrs. Ward,' white, and a lynching is probable. Conrad Niehoff, a private banker at Chicago nas suspended business. Adam W. Jaeger, assignee; assets, $90,000; liabilities, 160,000. , • • The Austrian heir apparent is soon to New York, but as he is traveling incognito, be ekpepts no fuss of an official nature to be made over him. During a friendly scuffle in the "operating room of the Western Union Telegraph company in J3hictgo .Thomas Stack, who had an open penknife in his handj accidentally stabbed and killed George Grain. ;Both were messenger boys. ' • The Canadian department of fisheries has received a memorial from the fishermen on the Frazer river, British Columbia,, protesting against the wholesale granting: of licenses to Chinese and Japanese to the exclusion o,f white men. Police. Court Clerk John Keary of London, On t., has .been, •dismissed for Withr —v- holding important evidence in the Detective Phair murder case. Keary was not called on to testify, but it is said his evidence, if given, would have been sufficient to hang Burke and.Wilson, who, iSeyrtead, got off with 18 years. ^ ' ! inst iiarney. jjaiyttuiriy UUIA*KW»CU opponent arid from the start had everything his own way. ,>. Aci'l6fd Mlnlgtet Dead. MONTGOMERY, Ala., June 9.—Rev. O. B. Blue, D. D., of the Methodist chufth, died at Greensboro of heart failure. He was a member of the secession convention of Alabama in 1861 and has tepre- eented Alabama in the general confer- ance of the Methodist Episcopal church, wrath. He was about 70 years pf age. To St. Anne de Beaupre. MoNtREAt, June 9,—Two hundred and forty persons, in charge of Rev. Fr. Anger.of St. Lbuis church, Oswego, N. Y., have gone on a pilgrimage to the hrine bf St. Annei de Beaupre* province of Quebec., There are many inyalids nthe-party.- : .^';.-"". : . *'.. : '"*.' : '\--.,s '"•-'";" ;• • Cholera-i". TouTpn. ,.•;--;...: '.V •PARIS,'- June ^.-^-Two fresh cases of cholera have been reported in .Toulon; A woman who was stricken at 10 o clock died at noon. A government specialist tias been sent to the Cette to ascertain and report-on the nature of the epidemic. _. •, . - A 8urjjl«ftl Operation / y For the cure of Piles is always painful, often dangerous and useless, and invariably expensive; on the- other hand there is a new certain cure, perfectly painless, gives instant relief and permanent cure and costs but a trifle. It in the. Pyramid Pile Cure. It is a more certain cure than a surgical operation, without any of the intense pain, ex- penso and danger of an operation. Any druggist will got it for you. Just as sure as hot weather comes there will bo more or less bowpl complaint in this vicin'ity. 'livery person, and especially families, ought to have Some reliaole medicine, at hand for instant .use in case it is needed. A 25 or 60 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy is just what you ought to have and all that yoil would need, even for the most severe, and dangerous cases. It is the best, the mostre- liable and most 'successful trisa^nent known and ispleasant totakef' For saib at Greene's drugstore.' ". • '• '• •• '• • ;\- '. •.,. ••'.'•': Robert jShelley has opened a tip shop in the building formerly occupred as a meat market, opposite ^E. L. ^Murphy s store. Give him'a call"when iji need of any tin wo'rk. . r tb.0,0, WAIST y arid CC unable to Bswo fully o, . Warranted. . Colons — White, Gota,FMtBladt. Genuine Jnatked 000. 7,000 dealers «eU It. Bample gent, post paid, for 11.00. .... > f Coronet Corset Co.» HUMPHREYS' Thia PRECIOUS-. OINTMENT is the triumph of Scientific Medicine. £;:< Nothing has ever been produced tc equal or compare with it as a CURATIVE and HEAtiNQ APPLICATION. Ithasbecn used 40 years and always affords relief and always gives satisfaction. Curei PILES ,or'IlEMORRKOiDS—Ext«rnal or Internal, Blind or Bleeding—Itcliihg and Burning; Cracks or Fiisurss; fistula in Ano; Worms of the Rectum^ The relief is imma- diate—the cure certain. WITCH HAZEL OIL Cures BURNS, Scalds and UlceratJon and Contractionfrom Burns. The relief is instant. Cures BOILS, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Fistulas, Old Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy or Scald Head. It b infallible. Cures INFLAMED or CAKED BREASTS acd Sorc'Nipples. It is invaluable. Price, 50 Cents. Trial size, 25 Cejt% Bold t>7 DraicliU, or unt put-ptU on rmlpl of prto*. 5,000, spring and summer sa have arrived. Call and select youi summer suit or pants. Better choice than piece goods. Call and exum?ne before buying^ Quality and price to suit at ' ;, TED'S, the tailor, Over Fletcher's etore. A Ne* Certain Core for PH*«. We dot intend to endorse any eacept artt- clss of genuine merit j we theref ore r take pleasure in recommending to sutfcirers fron^ Piles in any form, a prompt and permanent cure. The following letters speak for themselves: , • .'.' • .'• / • Mrs.' Mary C. Tyler, of Heppnet, Ore., writes, One pkg.of PyrauiidPilo Cure entirely cured me of Piles from which I have suffered for yearer.and I hape never hftiiho slightest return of them since, y Mr. B. O'iBrien, Book Bluffs, Neb., says' .The pkg. of Pyramid Pile Cure entirely re-, moved'eyery trace of itching piles, I cannot thank you enough for it. The Pyramid Pile Cure is a new,,, certain, painless cure for every form of Piles. It is safe, cure and cheap. Any druggist will get itfor you if you ask him. = New stock Bonghton's. of wall paper at'Oeo. "Royal Ruby" Rye Whiskey is free from all foreign flavor and adulterants, naturally ripened and matured by cloven years storage in wood, it is a "Rye as is a Rye," and tosfe no more than inferior brands. Try it and you will never be satisfied to use any other. A pure-old whisky is always free £rom fusil oil, which is a poison; and should not be taken into the system. Age eliminates it from the spirjij; by oxidation, and it is converted into frigrant ethers which .give the bouquet to whisky. Sold only by F. G. Seaman & Co., Druggist. Fine stationery at the bazar store. A complete assortment always on hand. Vov O*«r fifty Year*. MBS. WINSLOW'S BOOTHIMO SvBW ha» been used for children teethlDg. H •oothea the child, allays al) paiBj«ure« wind colic, and li the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bot- tla. Bold bj all druggists throughout the world, Smith is making the new porcelain enamel ph6tos. They just till the bill for a nice picture. California cherries at Cunningham's. THE PILE OINTMENT Go to Bougjhtoia's for wall paper, New Btock and new styles. ' '. 3 When fiaby was slcfe we gave her Castor**. When she was « Cnild, ah* cried fol- Castoria. When she became SUM, su» cluog to CastorUk d Children, she gave them Cartorlc, Some of the Grand Army boys may be in terested in the following from Alex. B. Pope, A. D. C., Commander Dept. Tenn. and Ga. He says: "We have had an epidemic of whooping cough here (Stewart, Tenn.,) and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been the only medicine that baa done any good.'' There is no danger from, whooping cough when UuVrethedy is. freely given. It completely ^ptrols the disease, 60 bottles for sale al Greene'Bvdrug street. At Washington— Washington, 8; Cleve' " " "'"' '" ' " . . . . At Baltimore— Baltimore, 13; pbicagp, 7. t Philadelphia— Philadelphia,. 6; Lovu> ' . At New Ypflsr-New York, 4; Pitteburg, 8. At Brooklyn— Brooklyn, 7; St. "Louis, & At Bcjrtpn— Boston, 9: Cincinnati, » IT fGIVES FRESH- , CLEAR _ ^ SKIN. j£s:' CONSTIPATION J^DJGESTION.DIZZ I NET SS. .fiUPTIONS ON THE SKIN. BEAUTIFIES ^COMPLEXION. anara* It is aa azTQeable Laxative tor the Bowels; >•&» bo made Into a Tea for use In one minute. 'j»ric*£rt!. liQo. and >l.i« per paqkBge. XJT/\ U f\ Ah Elepunt TOILET Powoen H.U tor the Teeth and Breath- -2 ;" Iht Niagara Fattt Bwto." TIME TA6LE, MAY! 28,1893. Schelly is prepared kinds of tin wdr8, .shop oppoeite |S iMurphy'a, . '" "lACLE OPERAHWJ¥ r.m. 05 10 10 815 800 883 848 485 71* Chicago, Lv SJOatnazpo 908 Bat fie Creek.... 2 48 fct'ulon ..',...'.','.. 5 |8 Detroit >;«;4^5' Buffalo.. * 65 817 888 940 1801 IJMB'. '. 7 45 of the Grain £nd •- • ' T<w June & 700,000 •V..' On sale at THf FAST MAIL Mixed ?food, Juet the ? *j v -^ ,.-;;v..,v ^

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