The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 16, 1893 · Page 4
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 4

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, June 16, 1893
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THE-DAILY CHRONICLE, ItJNE 16,1893, Brlrtg iFau'r 1 CtarjMtik "'.• works on : . change street will be open on and after Monday, Ma^cMTth. - ;-_j_ _' ^ When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. Whan she Was a Child, she cried for-Coatorla, •When at* became Mfas,.*he clung to Castprla. When she had Children, she; gave them Cantdria. Go to Bougnton's for wall paper. •New stock and new styles. Robert Schelly Ha prepared* to do ( kinds of tin work, shop opposite K. L Murphy's. ,j ," "'•' • .. Both tlie method an3 results when 'Syrup of Figs is taken; .it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver 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, 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 Figa is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- core it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. * SAN FKAMISQO, CAL. UtWSVlUE, Kf, HEW rO/MT. N.Y. BOPY POUND. Supposed to B« that of Florence Thompson, TV ho Wag IJrowned Last Month. DETROIT^ -June 17.==feraisHDo]tetnan, a sailor on. the yacht Alborak, discpvefed the body pi: a woman floating near Gauthier's canal at Sandwich Thursday. She had evidently been in the water for a long time as the flesh had/teg"un to peel off her Hands. She appeared to be about 20 years of age. 'The body is believed to ue that of Florence Thompson, whd witli her brother Willoughby was drowned from a small boat off the foot Gampau street on May 7 last. , Thoufcht to He Amateurs. -• N<5vi, June; 16.—Whipple Brothers' safes. ^ blown open Thursday nipht. A small "amount of cash and about $1,000,in notes were taken* Amatetirs are suspected. Agricultural Lands Withdrawn. LANSING, June 10.—The state board of agriculture has ordered all agricultural college lands withdrawn from the market for. the -purpose of r'eappvaise- xnent. Centenarian. i)ead> LANSING, June 10.—Mrs. Elizabeth Whitely died Thursday. She was about 100 years, old. • ' ^ " .About four months ago & 20-ton inas» ol solid copper was discovered at the bottom til the Old -National mine- near Ontonagon. ',' • .":_•'- .Baae Bail. ', ' «'.; •- At .Washington—Washington, 1; Louisville, a. ".•-.•.... • '..r :.'<-." •• --. -•• • At Baltimore — Baltimore, 8; Cincinnati, 2. -.-:.•'. ' ; At Philadelphia—Philadelphia, 3; Pitts burg, 0, , At Brooklyn—Brooklyn, 14; Cleveland, 6. At New York—Now York, fl; Chicago, D. At Bqston—Boston,' 5: St, liouls, 1. A Full Line of li For Summer Use Just ' ' • At Shanahan's. w A L L THE MARKETS. Review of the; Grain and Cattle Market* For Jane Itt. Detroit. WHEAT—No. 2 red, 65c; July, uu^»v, «.«- g ust, 69%c; No. 3 red, 62c; No. 1 white, OOKc. OBN—No. " ' 3, OATS—No. 2 Au- MC. white, Chicago Provision. WHEAT— June,C5%c; July, 66%c; September, COUM— June, 30%c; July, 40%@40>tfc; September, 41X@4l%c. OATS— June, 30}»'c; July, 89Xc; September, 20c. POUK— July, 119 90; September. f30 65. LAUD— June, «9 92>i; July, $10 05; Sep- A P E R FRESH, UNIQUE, TASTY DESIGNS, A.T *• - • • • • ,' ; , Call and Be Conyincied. , . "'"l.) KB. POWELL. 40; September, $8 05. SHILOrTS CURE, tember, 810 55. RIBS— July, Chicago Livestock. CATTLE— Steady. HOGS— Heavy, 10 30@6 50; mixed and Cnr«* Consumption, Congbs, Croup, Sore Threat. Sold bv all Druggists on a Guarantee. For ft Lam* Side, Back or Citst SbilohV Porpua PlfttUr will give great iatisf»ction t —»5 ceaU, SHILOH'3 VITALIZCR, itrt. T* 8. Hawkina, Chattanooga,Tenn-,8a * 'ARRH REMEDY. Havfcyou Catarrh? Try this Remedy. It will poaltively relieve and Cure you. Price 60 eta. This Injector for ita Buoceasful treatment la furnished free. Kemember.Sfailoh'e Remedied are told on A guarantee to ff^ye satisfaction. for Sal e by F. Q. SEAM AN & CD. OB. KEBRA'S VIOLA CREAM ra and T*p, uud tte altin to m wigl- tUnewt producjug a iwd bfad&Y em-. ,fo »U lace an -—•Y •nal medium, tO 30@e 60; light, fci 30@0 45. SHEEP—Weak, 5@10c lower. New York. WHEAT—July, 78 8-16@789£o: Auguatj TSKt; September, 70><; December, 82)tfc. K7E—Ulull, steady; western 58@00c. COiUJ—No. 2 dull, easier: July, 49J t9kc; August, 49%@49>gc; Septembet, @50c; No. 2, 49@4»;«c. OATS—No. a. dull, lower; July, September, 3l%o: western, 88@46c. ' Toledo. Wu'KAT-=-Cash,' C6c: July, 66Kc; August^ -' ; September, 71%c: Na 3 soft, flic, . (L'oaNr-Nfl. a yellow, 42^0. . Cloverseed, rye and oats no trading. Doii't fail tg go to Wulett's and have your eyes tested. All tests positively free. "Ask to see the new perfection bifocals with which the wearer sees to •read or. sew and .with the same glass see at a distance. J,iemember we save you from 50 to 75 per cent on traveling optician's prices. The following item, clipped from the Ft. Madison (Iowa) Democrat, : contains information well worth remeinlferiiig: "Mi. John Both, oi this city, who met with an accident a few d^yu ago., 9praining and bruising his log and arm quite severely, was cured by one 50 cent bott|e of Chamberlain's Pain "Balm." This remedy is without an equal f«t sprains, an'^-bruises and should have a place in every household. FOE aale at Greene's drugstore. • " ' ' " Tin roofing: and -ail kinds of tin work done promptly fay Bobert Schelly. Children Cry for Pitcher's Cpstorla. ^ All persons are nQtified not* tp dunip any raore garbage in Che streets. CHEAPER J3ASJQR LIGHT. TO CONSUMERS OF GAS FOR]FUEL. The Gas Company Anoundes the*following reduc tion in prices of Gasifor LIGHTZNG wherever Gas is used ALSO for COOKING or HEATING to take effect on and after SEPTEMBER 1st 1892. GAS STOVB BATES, $1.60 per IpOO.cubio Ft For all Oaa consumed where a GAS RANGE need. P.or all gw consumed where COOKING or HEATINQlSTOVES «« wad and tk« meaUd) conaomption ia not leas than 1000 cubio feet. , Bata for Gaa used for LIQHTINQ ONLY regain unohaaged and^aro aa follows; Less than 1000 cubic ft. in one raonf h, $2 00 per 1000 'cubic ft. " . 500P cubic ft. and less than 10,OOQ cubic ft 1 month. $1 90 per 14|0 10,000, or over, I mpnth $1 80 per J 100n cubic ft. w (cubia ft. All the above rates are euhjeot to a disoouut of 10 ots per 1000 cable ft whan the aoath* bill in paid ia or before the lOthpf the month nextfollowing. " .,. Tns above epecial rates are made to induce consumers to nae gaa for oooiinj a)td heating aa well as lighting. . "c- ' ". , !•--^-.Experience Prooyes The ADVANTAGE of das For . Goodng Ojer Every Other Fiel in Cheaper Stave Cheaper .Fuel, Safety, Cleanliness, * Quickness, Convenience. 175 GAS STOVES now in use in MARSHALL.^* SPECIAL REDUCTION IN GAS FIXTURES. A. d ia COUP t of 10 per cent will fa made from_i»^ul«vr'priee8 on- alt bills for Oaa Fixtures or piping ordered and oompOfcted from "-• . >''" " ........ |ept. 1st 1892, to April 1^1893. The HARSH AX.!* lAoHT Co. FOB BAiE^ s CAR r of <to^ L gM^$$^« andOUStovei \ . . , of tm rfwe,.eon*rstin KO f tea . nirfj t,o4er Sj tip, copper, "' ^fae I^iaaud Piletlurc j»"a n^y for the prompt; permanent cu^epf Piiea ia form. iVftpSTPS? JACKSOK •& *rKp .WAIST ill do ^ii. i. i JUiSfefa-Jti&v lill'-a l%£iAa4 ,^J? ^^ I ; ' «B^k«MMMWV- ^IHMB^^H tt '—- - _1T* 1, edyi8 freely giveu, 3 '^fA^f^Xf/^ffv'^na 1 ^ -* f^. l 'L-. .^i'fct^'o^.-S^Js^lr^-'SSii^Tl^^^ S^^JrV-^V- SaJi- w \ 1^ '

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