The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 17, 1893 · Page 4
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THE CHKONICtE, JTJNE 17, 1893. Brliig Tonr Carpal*.- rpet cleaning works on Ex* Change street will b^open ort and ftflet Monday,' Marco 37th . Go to Bonghton's lor wall paper. Now stock aritl new styles. ilobert Schelly is prepared to do kind« of tin work,, sh'op opposite K. L Murphy'-s. Both the Method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant ind reftesuiug to the taste, and acts E mily yet promptly on tlioJCidneys,. iver and Bowels, cleanses ilie system efeptuallyr disptels colds, headaches, arid fevera. and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Fig& is the only remedy of its kind* evey produced, pleasing to the lasto find acceptable to the stomach, prompt in ita action and' truly beneficial m its' effects^ prepared only from the mosl healthy and agreeable substances, lit many excellent qualities commend it to ail .arid have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading, druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. l)o not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SWUP C0< ' Man Dnad. ^ ( YPSILANTI, Jttiie 17.— Thotoas Phillips, a well ^fchown citizen, tvliowS eccentricities hav,e given him prominences died suddenly Wednesday, aged about 70; Mr. Phillips tras a, money maker, but a man '-perfectly honest 'and just, and his hobby was the scoring of : hypocrites and the realization of "10 pet cent." Yet to the' tmfprttmate , Wb was always kind. Mrs. Phillips, it is"fear0<l r will not survive the, slwck, beihfe ill at time. . • ; ' ' . ..VV . v , Table Factory ntillied. , June 17.— The table fac- buudin^- hear Cold Springs woods was completely destroyed by 1 fire. It was owned by a Mr. Bf ightmah of New York city and under lease to the Hills- dHlo Manufacturing company, of which A. D. Kirby of Detroit was president and F. A. Cook^ of Detroit, vice presi- cleut. The loss oh the building and machinery is about $18,000, with' no insurance. The loss on the stock is about §8,000, with $1.000 insurance. Drowning nt liny' City. BAY CITY, June 17.-*Harry Raymond, clerk at n Hawley & Conipanv'e dry goods Rttire', was drowned at the foot of Tenth street while bathing with\ two companions. He was taken with cramps and went to the bottom before he could be assisted. This is the third accident of the kind that has happened on the Saginaw river the past three days> 'iKayinond's people live at Tilson- burgv Oiit.- •> . " 1 ; MuBt 'fay the 83,000. HifcLSDAt-E, June 17j— 'It has .been decided that thefreceiyier of the .Michigan \Iutual Benefit association must pay the Silvers heirs tlie $3,000 which t Silvers carried in the. association on his life at^tlio time he killed his family and limself, near Techmseh. This takes precedence of all other claims except ;he expense account, as it cornea down as a judgment from the supreme court SAN FRANCl'SCQ. Cfl. . Klf. NEW YOOX. fl. V. THEBEST •™sa»g™^"t>»ap«»mwn in Ji i ajiim IJMM »u SHILOHS] CURE. Cures Consumption, Coughs, Cronp, Sore Throat. Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee. For a Lame $ide, Back or Chest Shiloh's Poroua Plaster will give great tatUfaction.-— a$ cents. SHILOH'S VITALIZE R. Mrs. T. 8. Hawkins, Chattanooga. Tenn., says: "SMtoViFttattasp>S4V.EZ> MY LIFE.* 1 eontideritthtbeetrernedyforadtbtlitatednstem I«oeruec4." For Dyspepsia. Liver or Kidney trouble it eioela. Price TSota. " __ ave you Catarrh ? Try this Hemedy. It wftl positively relieve and Cure you. 'Price 50 eta. This Injector for ita successful treatment is furnished free,. Keme]mtx.T,Philoli's Remedies are sold on-a guarantee to give tiatisf action. Sal e by P. Q. BE AM AN & CO. H DR. KilSFJA , . viou m Bemovo* Fretklo--, Pirn Uvor - Mcl&s, Ciuekh&aJs, iunbura nn<l Tit!, iiud ro>. Aores the ekiu to Ita'urigi- ' nil Iteunuvsa, pi 'duciiig a, nlear and healthy com•le^on. Superior to all face „_ „.„_,„. _^,^ prepar&tXius and perffrtly najjnless. At all Qruggi5Ui,or mailed Jur SOcU. fceiid for Circulttt VIOLA J.KIN SOAP t« ^P^ latw^pvabiv u » «kio ponf/A^ Huftp. ubfiQuKtcl for lite tglho." apd >vi^Uoi iTftl tot 'f 1 * pur.tcfY. Au"oltn''ly ^MrS JU^d d.'H^V^J SO ,»w<J. AI 4iutKi»!s. Price 25 Cento. ^. C.^»iTTNga & CO,, ToUPO,« fun. Support mid Viup I'unu, UJitt ctiiabln ,V^- Mi^ed wood. jujB{ Arrested GRAND RAPIDS, June 17. — John Van Horn, a painter, was arrested for stealing goods from the United States express office wh'ere he had been at work. Du searching his house, a large stock of paints, oils, brushes, furniture trimmings, etc., were found. They were the product of thefts from various factories, etc. He confessed his crime. * , I 'at ill Accident. MARLETTB^ June 17.— Philip Pitcher, unmarried, .21 ypars °f ago, was killed in a sawmill near hero. He w.as work- Ing in front, of the saw when a caut- liook fell iu-vo.ss it. Tlxe hook was thrown ugninst, hi.s chest with great force, tearing a gash in the breast and throat, cutting the jugular vein. 'He died in about 20 minutes. Till! Wlrewalkvr Tumbled. COLDWATEH, June 17.— As Irwin Brothers circus was giving a free ex- hibitiotf immediately after tihe parade, their wirewalker lost his balance and dropped his balancing pole -upon Mrs. Henry Sevey of this city severely injuring her about the head and shoulders. T,he wirewalker was l not seriously hurt. -s Full Fifteen Feet. - ADRIAN, June 17. — Tom Foster and William Purser fought on the gangway in the rear of the Lawrence House, both falling 15 feet during the scuffle into an open court. -It took three policemen to ludge Parker m jail. Don t fail to go to Wulett's and have your eyes tested- All tests^ositivelj free. Ask to see the new perfection bi- focars x with which the wearer sees, to read 01; sew and with the same' glass see at a- djstuace. Jteuieuiber we save you from 50 to 75 per cent on traveling optician's prices. Mne of Tot Summer Use Just-Received, _ i Shanahan's. W A L The following itein, clij-pttd frwn the Ft. Madison (Iowa) Democrat, contains ii.for- aiation "well" worth remembering: "Mr. John Roth, of this city, who met with an accident a few dA>'g ago, spraining and bruia- injg-.his log and arm quite severely, was cured* by one-50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm." This remedy is without an equal for sprains and bruises and sho.uld have a |>lace In overj: household. For sate at Greene's drug store. Tin roofing and all kinds, of tin wor^t doa^,{fromptly.by Uobert Schelly.V ^' Alleeraoas are notified not to.dump any uioru garbage in ; the stri t PETHB How^ i. fyranaid Pile Cure i^ a ney discovery for t^e prompt, jpermaajBiat cure of Piles in Every druggist has it. ^ou vapt a whiaky foe medioiisial iipe yx>u wquii it pure, "Boy^l Bwy" %& is in 8ws pft.rtictil.ari fa 'nc^ .STS 8 ^ it &>f Baa. W; A P P^ * R FRESH, UNIQUE, TASfT DESIGNS, Lowest : Prices. : \ v . d Be Convinced. M, B. POWELL. CHEAPEIKCAS LIGHT. TO CONSUMERS OP GAS F0RJFUEL. The Gas Company announces th^oUqwing reduc tion in prices of Gastfor LIGHTING' wEerever Gas is used ALSO for COOKING qr HEATINGl; to take effect on and after \ SEPTEMBER 1st 1892. \ GAS STOVB RATES, $1.6o per 1000 cubic Ft. \ For all Oas consumed where a GAS RANGE uued. \ For all gaaoonuamed where COOKING or^EATINQ'sVoVES are need and the monlhlj consumption is not le»a than 1000 cubic feet. \ B at« for G*8 uaed for WOHTDJQ ONLY remain unchanged and^ro aa f allows: Leas than 1000 cubic,ft. in one raon.h, $2 OtXper 1000'cubic ft 5000 cubic ft. and less than 10,000 cubic ft 1 \ontb $1 90 per 1000 10,000 or over, I month |1 80 per 1000 cubic fl\ {cubic ft All the above rates are subject to a discouut of 10 ots per 1000 eftta ft whep the months bill is paid in or before the 10th of the month next following. Ths above special rates are made to induce consumer* to use gaa foX cooking and heating rwell u lighting. \ ~o Experience Prooves The ADVANTAGE of Gas ¥pr Coodng Over Every uther Fuel in Cheaper Stove Cheaper Fuel, Safety, Cleanliness, Quickness, Convenience. *®~0ver 175 GAS STOVES now in use in MARSHALL SPECIAL REDUCTION IN GAS FIXTURES. \ prioe8 on Sept 1st 1892, to April 1st 1893. The MARSHAI.I.JL1CHT Co. ONE •• m- SALE ! CAR : LOAD of ttooWiig, Heisttiiig, Gasoflne and Oil Stoves, ONE HAI.F OAJ£ LOAD ' «u* ^™»wj v.«*u»i»»»^ij- w*; i ' ctt apd,coff^e pot^, fettles • milk * ^^ wagh boilers,' ^§rYtbing lii tlh. cntWr »U,,rLi«;« • v/ld. «>»»« Citrv^t •nc^^^'t *•>%• ^iVk «»«^ I*£k * J"" ,, steeV ; fONS " " b ar,b and pjajn wire, ,., , ' - >;-*V' . ^v'x- ^ - '>• • -"'•. ,. .» ' '-'.

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