The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 14, 1893 · Page 4
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 4

Centralia, Washington
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Wednesday, June 14, 1893
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and Self aOdfdpcX'd ttamped envelope TfiB NATIONAL, SS WbVfckcV'S Baiiaibg, Ch' -•- ''" ' WAN tot 4 '£ WOB »100»@Cvi |cumi mm Vi'We-ftWivfet! wortefs .--„ P'S PHOTO&BAPHS Of 'tHe WORLD." the greafest book ; on earth} costing f 100,000; iet411 n«*3,iJO. • ""-' ~"~ cash or Installments;, mammoth Illustrated circulars and terms free; dairy output over i.nqovoi umcB. Agents wild.wlth success. Mr. THOMAS L, MABTIN, CdntreviHeiTBxnj, '' • cleared JVll l»1QTfnmn,r|'n'.ll]ff{||.Woo8ter, *ute«; Rev. ,J.. HOWAHIJ AtAtisoN, 1^6118, "S.'.Y., $101 in 1 hours; a bonanza; . " , mapnlflcentontfltonlySUiOir llitftsTIYftT Tl Books oh credit. Prelghlfll mfi Wl Kllll •bald. Ad. Globe. Bible" 1 luo " »****" Publlshir ~ ••-- ' Pa. or 358 Both tlie method and" results \vhen Syrup of Figa is taken; it ia pleasant jad refreshing to the taste, and acts E mtly yet promptly on the Kidneys^' iver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and'fevers and .cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the .only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the tasto and acceptable^ to the stomach, 'jirompt in its action and -truly beneficial jn its effects, prepared onjy-from the mosl healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy kn<?wn., " ,Syrup of Figs is for" sale in 6Qc and $1 bottles py all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any 'one who wishes to fry it Dp. not' accept anjr •ubstitute. , " CALIFORNIA fIG SYRUP CO. ' SAN FRANCISOO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, Ki> NEW YORK, N.Y* • . .,723 Chestnut St.»¥hilac' >earborn St., Chicago, 111. , • When you want a whisky' for medicirial two you want it pulfe, "Royal Iluby" KytTis guaranteed; pure in every particular, and recommended for the invalid and the'con- valescent. (Bottled at distillery.) ROYAL WINE CO., CMiGAop. Por sale, by F. O Seaman & Go*, druggists. Hofi, W. V. Lucas, ex^State Auditor of Iowa, says: "I hdvo uaetl Chamberlain's Cough- Remedy in. my family and have jno hesitation in saying, it is an excellent remedy. I believe all that ia- claimed for it. Persons afflicted by. a cough or cold will find it a friend."' There is no danger from whooping cough when this remedy is freely given. 2 and £0 cent battles, for sale at Greene's drug store, .''"';• - ; EOUND.ETG; '. • * •. . . / . -,-, tjTwenty cents a week for each notice no' ccudlng five, lines;' No charge' lees than ccudlng 'cents..' t ex cnty SHILOHS CURE; E on BALE CIIEAP—Two desirable building lots, West Hanover street. For terms apply to Ueo. U. Whltuf '"'•'• --'' MB8. A. JT; W A L L P A A YOUNG MAN wants work. Writing or tfny liuht work. Salary no object. Address, dj« P. 0. box 1U60, Jlarauall, At Icb. TTTANTIfP TO RENT—Twoor more furnUhed W rooms or house near cycle factory for light housekeeping, Addrea* looK box 1UI, Marshall, Mich. . E R FRESH, DESIGNS, Lowest : Prices^ V*. Call and Be Convinced; ' • * •• -'. M. B. POWELL. Care* CJonrnmption.'Cougha, Cronp, Sore Throat. Sold by all Praggisu on a Guarantee. For a Lame Side, Back or Chest Shiloh's Poroui Plaster will give great mtUfaction.— 35 cents. SHILOH'S VITALIZE R, Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Cbattanooga-Tenn.. e&n t "ShfloVaFttaWzer'SjiVED MY LIFE? 1 etmtidertttlitbatrcmedyforadcblMatedsystem I ever uaed." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney trouble it ezoela. Price 75 CMJ. [1LOH'S>%€ATARRH __ _ REMEDY. Have you Catarrh ? Try this Remedy. Jt will positively relieve and Cure you. Price &0 cts. This Injector for ita successful treatment is furnished free. Kemember, Bhtloh's Kemediea are sold on a guarantee Jo give satisfaction. Sal e by F. G. BEAM^ N to CO- F OR SALE—About 30,(00. geeoud handbrlM. Enquire of UnaU & Mann. W ANTKD-Ld4io8 to aollctt fdr a popvtlar work. 40 pur pent, special inducements and exclusive territory ami particulars Cdii no*be evourud by adplylng at W Grand strent. apocial agent (or a Uotruit Publlahing Upusor • SALE—A Kimball organ. Kor terms and other particulars addresa poatomca bux 1175. W ANTED— Oents imuicdlataly. An opporlu. uii y. Will appotiit you cioiueivo a^cnt in un BSHlBncd territory. Inducements an-J partic- ulare by applyiug ttttBS. Grand atreet. Small security ruquifed. Special sgaut of a Detroit douse. "KoymJ Kuby*' KT» Whisky is "a Ry6 as is a Rye," naturally ripened and free from all foreign flayor and add teranta, guaranteed pure and over eleven years of age/' recommended to the connois seur as- a meritorious article worthy of the confidence of invalids, convalescents knd the aged. .Sold only by F. G. Seaman <t Co. Druggists. New potatpeslit CiiuninghamV. CARTERS ITTLE IVER PILLS. W ANTED ISlMEuiATELy-or to do light house work, MRS. KOBERT H. WAKD, t& Maueiou Btrout. L OST — Tuesday, May 30,' between the residence of Ueury Walkiuahaw in Convia and Marshall city, a new pocket book ooBlaiumg$10. A suitable reward will bu paid for its return to the Chruuicle, olflco. I^OU SALE criEVP— All eizee ol hogsheada, JT good for cle terns and water tauk8. Inquire at JOB. Qramer'a Eajjle Brewery. L^ OR SALE—Second hand tiree burner gasp- V line stove and oven. J MBS. H, M. MEpRlIiL. W HY- pay. rent when you can buy a lot On Jllttrtiu and Hatch's addition and have a Louue built to suit you, ani pay for It in small monthly payments, tor information call at office of S. M. llaLola, over Wm. Martin's store-. S O RENT -After May 1st. utiou enquire of J . E Laneing. For iufo SALE UBEAP— New top bu ' ,fr*OST-Suuday, in front of Mrs C. R. Beot- ~M-1 .jley'n on North Marshall ave., u. child' . Fii<J4r please itave at this offlta or Mrs. JSeut- " BUk H«a4aehe and relieve all the trottblw laot to »biliou» atatsof the • jutaio, «noh aC Mausoa, Drowalueea. DlstrM* the Bldo, ko. thebowcls. g van if the? only Get your Geo vvijll paper and yew^atoro. paints a Wall Paner Thalargest CHEAPER GA1IQR LIGHT. TO CONSUMERS OF GAS FOR-FUEL. Th^Gras Company anpuncesthrffollowing rediic tion in prices of Qas\for LIGHTINGr wherever Gae is used ALSO for COOKINQ or HBA.TINQ to take effect on and after SEPTEMBER 1st 1892. GAS STOVB BATES, $1.60 per 1000 cubic Ft For &D Qas consumed where a GAS .RANGE need. For (01 gas oouaiimed where COOKING or HEATING'STOVES are used and the monthl) coneuiiption ia not less than 1000 cubic feet. B at a for Qaa need for LIGHTING ONLY remain unchanged auiTaro aa follows: Less than UOOO cubic ft. in one raon h, $2 00 per 1000>ubio ft. 5000 cubic ft. and less than 10,000 cubic ft 1 month $1 90 per 1000 10,000 or over, I month $1 80 per 1000 cubic ft* (cubic ft. Mi the above rates are subject to a discount of 10 ots per 1000 cable ft when the month* bill is paid in or before the 10th of tlie month next following. Thff above special ratea are" made to induce consumers to use gas for cooking and heating as well as lighting. , Experience Prooves The ADVANTAGE of Gas For t : Oooitiiig Over Every Other Fuel in Cheaper Stove Cheaper Fuel, Safety, Cleanliness, •„ Quickness, Convenience. 175 GAS STOVES now in use in MARSHALL.^f SPECIAL REDUCTION IN QAS FIXTURES. A.d isoouct of 10 per :oent-will be made from regiilar prioo^ 0 on all bUls for GwJPiiture* or inside piping ordered and completed from Sept. 1st 1892, to April 1st 1893, The MARSHALL LIGHT Co. Happy and content is a home with '• The Rochester ; a lamp with the light of the morning. Catalogues, write Rochester k%ropCo M New York. prcep Prue Store W -^ ^^^m^j W-.^^^, Kver HJJs ssa -rtry small »a4 PltcherVCaatorla, TRUSSES A full assor tmeiit of fltcl charge for fitting at i*, Bapport and rim? Form, ana comblnea tHe but features- o* '' JACKSON FAVORITE PH 0^0,0. .la much vor» by women to ont a fully Equal to Prab, It. sen!,)iost paldj .. 262We*t State Pitcher's Castorla, , Children Cry for u*e, lor fl".7o per cojd at Grant's >? The best Pertumes **^ ^¥%l^FftBj;' ^PPW ^S-J^-IBSBf' Ladies are invited to fGIVES FRESH- SKI N, 'JC O N S T 1 PAT I O N :;_-• R jpj'i q N 5 o N THE: ',DE AUTI n E s -'-''Co M O

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