The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 22, 1893 · Page 4
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'u * -t DAILY Scientific American Agency fw CAVEATSf, MARKS, DESIGN PATENTS,. COPYRIGHTS, etc ~"« l> firing Yimr Carpel" >• ^. the carpet Cleaning ttotks-Ofl Ex Chahgc street will bo open oW ami after Monday t March 87th. Go to Bousjhton's for wall New stock .arid .new -tj loa Robert Schelly is prepared ,. tb do klmla of tin .wwfe, stoop MurjjhyV &cb JwobsMBa, 301 Broadway. New York Uty. For Summer Use Jtist Recived, ' At s. Both the method nnd results when Syrup of Figa ia taken; it is pleasant ind refreshing to the taste, and acts gcnli.y yet promptly on. the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually; dispels co^a^J»eadr cchcs and fevers nud cures habitual constipation. Svrup of Figs ia.the only remedy of ita kind ever, produced, .pleasing to the taste and ac- 1 ceptahle to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it "the 1 most popular remedy known. ^ Syrup of Figa is for sale m BOe and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for auy one who wishes to try it. Uo not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. FRESH, 0NI€tUE, TASTY DESIGNS, Prices. A HEW CERTAIN , CllE. GIVES INSTANT RELIEF AM UStlNB CURE. HEVER RE- um.' TO PROVE IT «*A to co,,vin« you that it will yrbmptly cure nrtycage of Piles, External, Internal, Protruding orltching. we will send a tft?Al PACKAfiE FREE to any•address. Send stomps to cover pos CUBED, Health andyontli- tal vlstor re»to red "Royal Ruby" Ryo Whiikpy ia free from nil foreign llavor and adulterants, naturally ripened and matured by eleven years storage in wood, it ia a "R>c ad is a Ryo," and coeta uo more than inferior brands. Try it and you will uovcr bo satisfied to uao any other. A pure old whisky ia always free from fusil oil, winch is a poison; and should not be taken into the system. Age eliminates it from the spirit by oxidation, and it is converted into fragrant ethers which give the Ijuu'iuet to whiaky. Sold only by F. G. Seaman & Co., Druggist. SHILOH'8 VITALIZER,^ Dou't fail.to go to Hulett's and have your eyes tested. All testa powtwelj free. Ask to see the new perfection bi- foculs with which the wearer eees to read or sew. and-with the-same glass see at a distance. Remember we eave you from 50 to 75 per cent on traveling optician's prices. Call and Be Convinced. BL B. POWELL. i — ' i CHEAPER IAS JOR L1GHI TO CONSUMERS OF GAS FORjFlJEL. The Gas Company anounces thejfollowing^ reduc iSS effect on and after SEPTEMBER 1st 1892. GAS STOV1 RATES, $1.60 per lOOO.cubic Ft, For all Gau consumed whoro a GAS RANGE need. For all gMOonsamed where COOKING or HEATINGSTOVES are used and the moathlj consumption is not lew than 1000 cubic feet. R at » lor Qaa used for UQHTINQ ONLY romain unchanged and.aro as follows: Less than 1000 cubic, ft. in one rnon.h, *2 00 per 1000 cubic ft. 5000 cubic ft. and less than 10,000 6ubic ft 1 month $1 90 per 1000 in nnn nr over I month $1 SO per 100ft cubic ft. (cubic ft. jUttha'ab^^^ wUea *» m9atb " bill Is paid in or before the 10th of the month next following. tarrh 1 Try this Bemedj. ItwiU ely relieve and Cure you. W>«? Sactf» Injector for ita successful treatment is iabBdfree. Itemember.tihUioft^-Hemedlea ^oa a guarantee to grive satefaetion. Sale by P. O. SEAM ANfe CO. f • Renxovt* . tiv.r - Mela's, s ftuJ Tun the gkiu 1 nal Jre»uue>8, procucir.g a «slear aad hcaltby torn. Superior ta ay **< . upport «B«1 FiJio , ana urtmljlAiw the The following item, clirped. f rpm the Ft. Siadisou (Iowa) Democrat, contains information %\.ell worth remembering-: "Mr. John Roth, of this city, tfho met with an ac- uidcnt a few d^a?-ago, sprainiuy and bruis- \ux his ley aud ar,«n quite severely^waa cured by ouc.,50 cwit.bottlu of Chamberlain's Pain Balfe." Thid reuiudy is without an equal for •aixis and bruises and should hav.e a place iu every household. For Bale at Greene's drug i?tore. Tiu roofing aud »ail kinds of tjn work done promptly by Roberttjcbelly. A.H persons are notified hot to dunip any more garbage in the.streets.. V; : H PETEU HOWE, Marshal. 'The Pyramid,Pile Curo ia a new discovery or the prom^Ji jerinanent cure of Piles ia very form. Every druggist has it. .1"' - .,' iju you want a w.hisky for wediqiaial <a yant it pure, "Boyal ftuby" Byl is *--•' ->ure in -evpry part^_uiar, and valeocent,^' (BoJtlu»-~«,%»j-.^-"rr«-/ .-—-, CO., CmcAeo^^ For, »»lq by | Co., i O™ tJOtOTO W1O J.UVU U* ***w ,«*%*•-*•»* —«-- -^— 70- special rates are made to induce consuinew to two gaa for cooking aud heating M well as lighting; . Experience Prooves The ADVANTAGE of Gas For , Coodng Over Every Other tuel in Cheaper Stove Ckeapei; Fuel, Safety, Cleanliness, Quickness, Convenience. *S~Over 175 GAS STOVES now in use in MARSHALL.,^ ^Ja^SKXS^^^SfS^K,^ . inside pipuig ordered and eoinpleted from + g\t\f\ Sept. 1st 1892r to April 1st 1893— The MARSHALL LIGHT Co. & uao sou ONE-1 f AR• : tOAP of Cooking, Heawg»Gasoline and Oil ^toves, \ ^X*rra, -rrSlT -^ Q^R JjQAD svare, svare, . » n dost pans, w»4» bAilejrs, every tbipg af . tte, copger, 'popjel^o, gernj»» r •'' '" ' J f JJ&n,. W. 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