The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 20, 1893 · Page 4
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 4

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, June 20, 1893
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THE DAILY *CIJE0NJCtE* JUNE 20, ,1,1,1,1 | i ,jfn • • -• -• • *,?- •... ...!._ .{ „. '..' J DrIAg Your Cnrpotn. The carppt cleaning work-** on Ex change street tvill be opou on and after Monday, March 27th. . • Go to Boughtoil's for wftH paper* New stock and new stylos Robert Schelly is preparc'd to do kirfds of tin work, Shop opposite E. L Murphy's,. ^^i^^L^^ JAJf, wwv -^™« -^- ^m -*»m^ MK •pi j- Both the method and results when Syrup of Pigs is taken"; it ia pleasant and refreshing to/the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidney^ Liver and/fioyvels, cleanses tho sys- tem,e0eciuitlly, dispels colds, head- ncjjfltfand feversI nucl-ciiTqa habitual .constipation. Syrup; of Flgg is the only remedy, of its kind. ever, produced, pleasing to the taste and aci ceptaDle to the stomach, prompt irr 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; Syrup of Pigs is for sale in 60c 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. Uo not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. N£W WOK. M.K amt Flhftnce. CniCACK), June SO. — Tho gelierrfl j cctn- gress of comtnercq And finance began, with ft session in tho Hall of ^Cdinnlbtis. Pr:esi<lent^Bonnfiy flfeliverfed in address t)f welcome^o. thq delegates Triiich .wlis tesponded' td l>y Lyman J. <Q-ag0;_ken- eral chairman of t&o .congress..-. Then followed the. resiJOhsesSiOn behalf Of vati- ous subordinate congresses. . .(Jeorge l5.v,Blahchard .spoko for the : rallwajr congresfl, tJeorge F. Stone for bodrds of .-jtrade, ^«hn H, Nolnri for the insurant men, Presi4ent Erliftg for the nierciftn- tile credit coHgroas mid Jnmes StetiQ for the building ajiajoan associations. . June 2().-^tey. T. C, Parkman, ft Methodist preaehcr,.-' tfras arrested on n Warrant chargipg hinjrwith larceny of several tho«Sn"mWo}IarB be- lan ffing to 'the New York Litelhaur- riiice company and tho German Insiir^ ance company of which he was the Deu- N ver agent, jybnsfable Duffied says that when iK^^went to Parkmati's house to arrestlritn thu gcntlemanjw'as packing his/vnliso with evident intention or Mving. The hyceny part is said to embratie about $1,000 collected in various parts ofth'e state and tho warrant has bee\i in" existence for some time. HABEAS COftPUS Alfred SHILOHS CURE. Onreg OongnnipUon, Cdpgha, Croup, Sore Throat. Sold by all DniRgl^ts on a Guarantee. For a Lame Side, 'Back or Chest Shiloh's Porous Platter will give great satisfactpa.— 35 ceats. __ _____ , epniideritttubeetremeavforaOebaitatedawUm Hay« you Catarrh? Try this ttemedy. It will positively relieve and Cure you. .Price 50 cts •Sl!?4i?*! < i tor to £ st * successful treatment is nrnlsbea free. Hememher, Shiloh's Remedies »re sold ou a {ruaraatoe to give satisfaction. For Sal e by F. G. SEAMAN & CO. CowjilexicR Pr$&/;j ^ DR. htEfiA'S VIOLA CM Remove* Fr«c!t!o;. Pimp!>*, Ui»»r .iMoles, QUckhctda, wnpiirn aud T.-,!i, uu.i r> : - Itores ifce ekiu id r.a .>r:g: freiljuess. prodi.cii»i> a aud twalihy cum- p. Superior to ail face ___ ^^^ preparatWDS and perfrrtly harnjl'ess. " druggists, (UraiailecriorSOPta. for-Circulki VIOLA ^KIN SOAP u Mnpl/ iocinraraM rtio purUViif So»p. OftKiuolia) tat tim t«a«t,'»nd wl iv&l (ox cc* coricrjr. At^uluinly puru aadaeilaataly «rt. At 4.«gsi«i prico 25 CenJa. **. C. IITTNEH* Kcroniincndod for ('< >nt- fort, bJjpport OIM! Fine i'onu, ana IMEQ)IID(^I tho f.f (l. JACKSON FAVORITE **.»—-v-i«- J^P&ft&Wtyt «rt' ^gfel^^^lM^lpF^^b^ar. '•^^•' Children Cry for y the Maneater, Will Complete His Sentence. DEN vfcR, June 20.—In the petition of Alfred Packer, the maneater, for a< writ of habeas corpus the supreme cotu-tlia'a upheld the district-court-pf Hiiistlale county and remanded 'the petitioner now serving a,term to complete his sentence. The indictment against hun charged him wifh the iriurdera of wrael y\van, Shannon - Wilson Bell, I< rank Miller, George Noon and James Humphrey in 1874. " Oono Into Liiiuiilntlori. . „ -.-,. -,. YoUK ' Ju 'ie 20.—The Caesel Publishing company, of 100- and 104 Fourth avenue, has goiio into liquidation. Before Judge Lawrence in the Buprenie court for a motion for the appointment of a receiver, it was charged that the president of the company, Oscar M. Dunham, was a defaulter to the amount of §105.000 and had absconded. Judge Lawrence' appointed Henry J. Broker receiver and directed that ho give a bond of §160,000. Will Keep Up the Flglit. CHICAGO, June 20.—The Methodists of Chirago don't like the ' decision of Chief Justice Fuller and have decided to keep up tHe fight against Sunday opening of tho world's fair. ltn*u Hull. PitlsljurK— PittsburK. 4; Cleveland, 7. Cincinnati — Cincinnati, 13; Loute. in. A i Philadelphia— I'lviladelphia, 6; Baltl- At New York—New York, 14; Washington, h. At Chicago—Chicago, 8; St. Louis, 9. At Boston—Boston, 4; Brooklyn, 1. Don't failjto go to Hulett's and have your eyes tested. All tests positively free. Ask to see tb.e new perfection bifocals with which the wearer sees to read or sen- and with the same glass see at a distance. Remember we save you from 50 to 75 per cent on traveling optician's prices. : At At villc, The following item, c.lij ped from tl>e Ft, (Iowa) Democrat, contains iufoc- ^nation well worth rerneinberin|j: "Mr. Roth^ of this city, who met with an a fuw days ago, si)raining and Vju ic» his lug and arm c^ite severely, was cured by one 50 cent bottle.of ChamberlainVPa Balui." Tliw reuicdy is without an equal for sprains and bruises and shoiUd have a place in every, household.. For sale .at Greene's drug store. Tin roofing aud ajl kinds of tin work dope promptly by Robert Schelly, All persons are notified "not any more garbage in the streets; PgyEK HO\V:E, Marshal, The Pyramid Pile Cure is a new discovery for the prompt, permanent cure oipileg io every form. Ifrery druggist baa it, ^ " - - -t •••••When y,ou want a whisky use you want , it jwc, ^Roy guaranteed cuie jn every ed fya^ti^ invali* xx (Bottled' at diatm WINE CO. CHICAGO, ' and ) -BQYAlS by¥. G " V. Lucas^ e*4&fjje Chamberlain's *0^fa'4hi^ ftpdeOeent, ettvte,, M , - 's t A . , rf - ''% -v; •^ A Full For Summer Use Just Deceived, At s. w A Cwtori*. -C.^v' r> . - » , A* - >-X\ji_ b- FRESH, UNIQUE, TASTY DESIGNS, • X •' -I . * Call and Be Convinced. • M. B. POWELL. CHEAPERlALFOR LIGHT. TO CONSUMERS OP GAS FORjFUEL. The Gas Company anounces theffollowinff reduc tjon in prices of Gasifor LIGHTINd wherever Gas is used ALSO for COOKING or HEATING to take effect on and after SEPTEMBER 1st 1892. GAS STOVB BATES, $1.60 per 10006ubio Ft.. For all Gas consumed where a GAS RANGE used. For all gaa consumed where COOKING or HEATINGlSTOVES «e used »nd the monthh consumption is not less tliau 1000 cubic feet. «w««uj R at 8 for OU used for LIGHTING ONLY remain unchanged and.'aro as follow* " Less than 1000 cubic ft. iu one momh, $2 OU por 1000 cubic ft 0000 cubic ft. and less than 10,000 cubic ft. 1 month $1 .9fLp e r 1000 10,000 or over, I month $lbO- per 1000 cubic ft. (cubic ft . All the above ratea are aubjsct to a diaoouut of 10 cU per 1000 cubic ft whea the moSthi bill ta paid in or before the 10th of the month next following, OOHsumere to use S<w for cooking and beating ' Experience Prooves The ADVANTAGE of Gas For . ~ ' _ " Oooidng .Over Every Ofter Fuel in Cheaper Stove Cheaper FueJ, Safety, Cleanliness,. Quickness, Convenience. 175 GAS STOVES now in use in MARSHALL SPECIAL REDUCTION IN GAS FIXTURES. Septlst 1892, to April 1st 1893. MARSH ALL L1OH T Co, SALE'f •.-•"•••• CAR 5 LOAD ^fe^^Mobs^^erytoaaada^^e <£ ^dware ^.*«sr% ,^ *W»Pte I to^wjim ft p^ IQW,^t .wf r M Mai« ^S Wl >' «aa»«4,^ d<? JM^JJS $/,is ; . |^er,i.%i:% t 3ppJ.'j^T'y<ju tvEnfyifa' ' ! "" ^wt< • ," . . ,7 *^ .„'- ,._/.L_ l , ' ' ,' ' J ' -'-?•- *'-.-. - "' , iwitmt-BwmjJi&fak- -. ^ *- fJ -,» \ *• ^^Ji . % -T. ^ f rtV,., -^j^rS-^K*. - A?,

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