The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 24, 1893 · Page 4
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 4

Centralia, Washington
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Saturday, June 24, 1893
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,'VV'V <•", Bring Yonr The Carpet cleaning ifc'orfcst on Ex> change street will bfc,o#en on atuU nfter March 8?ttu (Jo to-BonghtoriV ifbr wall paper. New stock and new Robert Schelly is prepared to do kinds of tin] Work, "shop opposite E. L Murphy' 1 *. Bough ton will sell and ha.ig it for you. .. you wall paper A new remedy has created a sensation among physicians • by its wonderful effects 'in speedily curing every form of Files* It id called the Pyramid File Cure .It is cheap, and simple to use, but 'nothing remove! the"-Disease BO quickly, safely .and surely. Any -flrugeisit will get it for 'you. X Homes for visitorVtb the Wor.ld'a Fair is the title of a neat little book, contain ing the address of about 9,000 fntnilies, who will accommodate visitors, nlsb ,ii list bf hoteK Hlustfatfld with large scale mnp, sold at M. C ticket oflice Price 50 cents. . Both the method and results when. Syrup, of Figa is taken; it ia pleasant" jmd refreshing to the taste, and acts ge Li ntly yet promptly on the Kidneys, iver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels, colds,* headaches and /evers arid cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its- kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, it* many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs ia for sale in 50e and $1 bottles by all leading druggists, Any reliable druggist 'who naay not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. I)Q not accept any HON. ARTHUR JBbWER \Vlmt He Has to Snfr Abont the mpprtioVvn Collision. , June 24.—The. Eight Hon.' Ajttlvur Bower Forwood, a well known* shipowner, senior pariner of the firta of lieoch, Harrison &" Forwood of t&veg^ pool and ForwoodBrother a & Company of .London, who was secretary to the admiralty, said it was a wonder that such an accident had not occurred be* fore; The Victoria had a longitudinal bulkhead rttntiing-fehrettgh her, besides a nittijber' running a,cfosl-ship. "She was tliiis diyideti ih'tocompar tments on eacii side of the longittulirfal bulkhead, without a communication between them. It was his opinion what had oc- ciijrtid was this: , . • TMCamperdovrahad struck the Victoria a rappiUj&blow glancing along tie side and openlSfe out the plates above, several off Jthe compartments. The water was then admitted into a number of the compartments on one side, of the ship* causing her to capsize by its great weight. The longitudinal bulkhead was a good thing in its way, Mr. Forwoc-d said, but it did not serve to avert disaster. The immediate cause of the collision, he added, can not now' ; be exactly stated. The squadron appears to have been maneuvering, prob* ably within V space of three miles, leajjng a smallarea for each vessel to move in. A njMeading of signals may have caused the aqcideiit. " Emperor William-Sympathizes*'' LOJO>ON, June ^4.—The-Duke of Edin- burglThas received this dispatch from William. II; J£ Words cannot express our horror. We'all sympathize with our British comrades. A$ token of our Bynipathy,your ensign ia flying from the mainmasts of our vessels, with our own-ensign at half mast, .according to my orders." MYSTERIOgS AFFAIR. A Child m^i* Suddenly »nd Its Father Com, . in Its Suicide. , ROCHESTER, June 24.—Bartholomew J. Doran, a lightweight pugilist of note wjhp came to ihia cjty a week ago accompanied by his wife and a year and a half old boy, suddenly disappeared with his wife, and their child was found dead a few hours later in the room occupied by the couple. Doran's decapitated body was found by the'tracks of the Rome, Ogdensburg road one mile east of Windsor Beach. Coroner Kleindeinst was notified and •on his arrival at the place he found ar woman who told Mm that her name was Mary Doran and that the man found dead on the track was her husband. The coroner placed her hnderar- rest and brought her to this city where Bhe is now in a cell in the police station. She told the coroner the following story t "My little boy was aick Thursday night. He could not stand np and feu W A P A P 1 B FBESH, Call and Be Contioeed. M. B. POWELL. CHEAPER GAS TO pONSUME|lS C^P GAS The Gas Goiriipany aiibunces. : thejfoitlowitog rfifdwc? tion in prices bfGas%for, lilGHJEENG whereve^ iGae is used ALSO f6r {3OOKIN0 or HEMONG to take efiEe,ct-'bn.,and aftftr • ,; : - : - -,*''.: :; "•• "•','' •;-••." -=. v; ^ ^r- ' j - v ' 1st 1892. substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO, 8AN FMNCISCQ. C/»fc xr. new WKK, N.Y, SHILOHS CURE. two or three About 9 o'clock-went to Bleep, ifcg. when niy told me that it how he came to and he said:. morphine.' "He said we would be arres avenue dar and nia Bfead. neatly mor^ woke GASSTOVB RATES. $1.60 per 100Q.cubic Ft. For all Qa» oon8um«d where a GAS RANGE used. . ° , For ftUguobnavnied where COOKING or HEATtNGlSTOVEiS an used and th« mentbl) consumption IB iiot lew than 1000 oublo feet. B ata for Oaa^uaed for LIQHTINQ ONLY remain anchange<land'«ro at follows: Less than 1000 cubic ft. in one moi) h, $2 Of per 1000 .cubic ft. • 500p cubic ft. and less than 10,000 cubic ft 7 month $1 90 per 1000 10^000 or over, I month $1 feO per 1000 cubic ft. (cubic ft ; All the above rates are subject t? a discount of 10 ots per 1000 cubic ft when the m-mthi bill ia paid In or before the 10th of the month next following. Tha above special rates are made to induce consumers to use gas for cooking an4 heating a^well us lighting. /Experience Prooves The ADVANTAGE of Gas For CooMng Over Every Other Fuel in Cheaper Stove Cheaper Fuel, Safety, Cleanliness, Quickness, Convenience. tf»-0ver 175 GAS STOVES now in use in MARSHALL^* SPECIAL REDUCTION IN GAS FIXTURES. A d ia opart of 10 per cent will be made from, regular prioea on all bills for Qu Fixture* Or inside piping ordered and completed from ' £. what Mm; killed him,, I gave him Cur«* Oonsmnptlon, Coughs, Cronp.Sora Throat. Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee. tot a Luae Side, Back or Chest Shiloh's Poroud PlMter wfll give great tatistactioal—as CCOU. SHILOH'3 V1TALIZER, MnJZ. 8. Hawkins, Chattanooga, Tenn.. says s ''"BKjkilfi Vtodlteer*8AVSD MY liIfE. I ccmjUeTttOKbertremedv/QradcWHtated/ go away or we We took a Lake went to Charlotte. Then,%e crossed the river and went f> Windsor Beach. We spent the, day Balking on |he shore. Bart said it would be better if we were all three dead and wanted to get a boat to take me out on the lake to drown me. But he could not get a boat. A train came along and he threw himself under it aud it cut his head off. I don't know what was the jna4;ter with Bart or why he killed the"%y>V ' Mrs. Doran is about 23 years old and not unprepossessing in appearance. She seem^.ijeeidedly cheerful and indifferent considering all the circumstances. The police seem disposed to accept her story as true. Sept -1st 1892, to April 1st The MARSHAX.LI : *. J, Go. . _„ ,_ ^? Try this Remedy. It will; ._ Ay relieve ana Cure you. Price fiO ct§. Injector for its euccessful treatment ia furnished free. Henxember.SbUoh'sitemsidiwj ' Ton » giiBrftpt^A t" giyfti^y f y^ 1 (* i i|r Sale by P. G. SEAMAN teCO. ^. .*• SOAP i»^ujBBl7 toxnpJ-J SSTj^^i,^^ u ' itafll^r, oure «^>d ddio»l . "EoyalBuby" Bye WJtiiskey is free all foreign flavor aud 'adaiteraiits, naturaly ripened and matured by eleven years storage iu^wood, it is a "Bye as is a Rys," aad«oste i^'jutorf tbap inferior ^bi?ind8. Try it and you wilt uever be satigiaed to use any other. A tute old whisiy is. alway^ free froni f ubil op, which ia a Qpison; and should not : be taken into the Bystem. Age eUmioatea it 'fr^m the spirit by oxidation, aad it is opn- verted Jnto^fiagran* ethera which give the bou<iue£.to;whisky. Sold only by P, G. Seaaaan & Co., We Want to Show our WALL PAPER; to Every Person in the County. W. T.DRAKE, ••'', Druggist, , 240 State. Stfeet. ' , ONE FOB s CAR [jo go to Jittlett'e ajud have your e^gjf" tested. 41J te«* POiiUveJj frejt, Ask to see the new perfection b|- fcftws with ,whici| the >wea]% > feea to pad or sew anpT- with the same glass see at a di$tiin,ce..^ ,£Len)^uiJ}@r JST ~ — youirqjn 50"tcT75 psr cf jot \OQ 1^' fro^ the (i<5;Wa) Democrat, ,inatipn well worth tefflftjabflrlng; John Both, ,1^3 , - *»ii*Hpiip] of tin of tea and <;offe> pois, kettfes, tteel olrteei goods, to, nOte^ jhowjs, of tools used ft* %n* CAB tQAO « d»y, dung »<J iieodiou &4-t /J^i^^:

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