The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 27, 1893 · Page 4
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 4

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*H *%»V< " « &' ' ''-- ' ,-V J A *- ** ' «? , * HHngT'Todt '- The carpet cleaning wttrjtfl on -fchange Street will be'ppen otFfcnd after Monday, March' STtlr. . • ^ Go to Botighton's ,iof wall paper. - New stock and ne\» st3Jes.J_ Robert Schelly ia prepared to do • kind* of tin worfc, shop opposite E. L Murphy's. ___________ V< " Boufchtdn will sell jon wall papet and ha.«g it for you. A new remedy has created a sensation among fhysiciana .by its wonderful effects in speedily curing every form of Fitea. It incalled,the Pyramid Pile Cure. It to - cheap-And simpte^to use,* but nothing re- .moves the-disease''sir-quickly* safely.and BiiTely. Any druggist will get it. for yort. Homes fof visitors to the World's t air is the title of a neat little book, containing the address Of about 9,000 families, who V'ill accommodate visitors, nlso a list of hoteK illustrated with large scale map, sold at M.. C ticket oflico Price 50 sentf. CHICAGO, June 27.— AS many as cdttid- crowd into the,. New Baffin- ahire headqtiartet8 at the fair did so and made tip a scene of festivity and en- thnsiasm tineqtialled in the history of the exposition, flew Hnmpshire in area may be small but it makes a good deal of noise. The Whfte mountains were well. represented and evefy son and daughter of New Hampshire said a goodwordjor the state. It was Nef^ Hampshire day and the building decor ated with famous New Hampshin men's pictures and >scenerf was fillet out to the porch and graVeled walk. . There was nothing formal about the dedication. At' 2 o'clock cam* toe grand march of the Amoskeag veterans md official visitors headed by tile Iowa e Franklin M. Fiske opened the exercises with prayer. Captain B ML Shav\ executive commissioner -o the state, introduced the president^) » P A IP $ B FI8H, DESIGNS, '' Lowest . Pri< It i »\«* wiwf<» •* * Call aad III Convinced, M. B. POWELL. •v v CHEAPER _ I$1*JOY«9 Both the method and results -when Gyrup of Figs is taken; it ia pleasant ind refreshing to the-taste, and acts C inlly yet promptly on the Kidneys, iver 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 taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m ite 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 Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 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. I)o not accept any substitute. CAUFOWIA m SYRUP SAN FHANCISCO, CAL, INTERIOR OF tfEW HAMPSHHIK BUIIiOINO. the board of world fair managers, Charles Amsden, who delivered a stirring address replete with praise 'of tlie state, jts resources, its scenery and its patriotism as Well as the liberal contribution of New Hampshire to the exhibition. ' Governor Smith of the state, in accepting the building on behalf of the people, dwelt in glowing phrases upon the beauty, wealth, prosperity and loyalty of the Granite state. He said among other things "this wonderful exhibition of the world's contribution » euggestive and instructive, as well a* interesting. It suggests the worlds progress in the last 400 years—socially, politically and induatriajly.,- Slavery, is a thing of the past. Woman has bean lifted from her degradation, the law. irows its mantle of protection over all, rich and poor alike. There are still some TAKE THCBEST r SHILOHS| CURE. teuR ?5'50 C &' Gam CoMiunption, Congh», Cf^M?"* Piaster will gi»e peat tmtisfac SHILOH'S VITALIZER ^r_i",T »i" •_•__ y^i. A i^-H«AAnd *P^nn .fi The Gas Company 'anounces^the^ tion in prices of Gas? for UGHTING ...-^.. ..lie used^LSOfor OOOKINa or SBATINa to effect o^ and after . . . . SEPTEMBER 1st 1892. GAS STOVB RATES, $1-60 per 1000 .cubic Ft. For nil Oae consumed where a GAS RANGE need. For all gas coMamed where COOKINO OT HEATINGlSTOVES »" »«»d "»d the nentbl) conBUmptlon IB not less than 1000 oublo feet. B ati for Gas used for LIGHTING ONLY remain unphangei and'aro aa followi: Less than 1000 oubio ft', in one mon h, $3 OU per 1000 cubic ft. 5000 cubic ft. and less than 10,000 cubic ft 1 month $1 90 per 1000 10,000 or over, I monthV$l bO per 1000 cubic ft. (cubic ft, All the above rates ar« subject to a dinoouut of lO^ota pef 1000 cubic ft when the m»tb» bill-is paid In or before the 10th of the month next following. . Ths abova apeclal rates are made to Induce consume™ to use gas for cooking and heating _i well aa lighting. , Experience Prooves The ADVANTAGE of Ga&Jor Cooring Over Every Other Fuel in Cheaper Stove Cheaper Fuel, Safety, Cleanliness, Quickness, Convenience. <0~0yer 175 GAS STOVES now in use in MARSHALL. SPECIAL REDUCTION IN GAS FIXTURES. KSru8«d^ »>rDyspepsia.! IwwWw^J^lll* g^KiV'MlM n«i»V W • • »»•» mmm w»*«*ir • • *• * ^rmmi m \m\. • A d ie court ot 10 per cent will be made from regular prices on all billa for Ow Fixtures or inaide piping ordered and completed from Sept. 1st 1892, to April 1st 1893. The MARSHALL LIGHT Op. ' . . ' - . - ' ' -.'••-.»•)'. ."'• ItAMPSBIBE BPODDia. black sppts. This condition of tbjjigs ia nQtunivers§yi and much reroains et to ft,*J V vtfr-f- » v* Kr wgr' **•-*** **• ••«'••-. " •»• "P- ' —-•• • ^ — T -^ be done. Kit the leaven of progress 1 is but surely working out results. * Mrs. Isabella Beechefc Hoftker, sister of Harriet Efeeejief . Stpwe made 'H few remarks being followed by John W. Hutehinsou, one of^the eld ."forty- jeastuiweiiuneB.,* 'niners" of Oaliforn!» who sang "The ^bSoSj^mediw Old Granite State" with gooA effect for i give satisfaction. one of his advanced years. J^i|iert'M. »<»B»iei>r F. O.SEAMAN *>cq. WftH^oe, justice of the supreroe 'cQurt -*<* ^»ie of *. w. 0*^*5^ >z — pf 5rewHa m pshir4. spoke ferventiy ™ We Want to Show our WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the County. W. T. DRAKE, ;g ist > „ 240,;-State Street. s CAB : •^^^F^r*ft^W^HM| >. M » , aatwally bs.|«*«|^ . *' 4hc fwm&bji ^t *f «B»W^ J^^^^ ZEELUEft&v -JgWSp- •'•i mm . Vf^SSf^j^ f^^^,^--^^ IH^s^ . MJWlpt _ JSKi^-w® ^Hr -' i i-;t.ni, '•f-: *- r ^:™^M i- *jr-"v: I-. ^"' '- t '5 "'-T'' !i- ' "~f ^ •**-»-- - ''*" " S r?'4'' E ''' ' *'* &2~ ^ '> '/' V_ " -0?•>&*.'Iji '•~ &«$~<^lih_' £..,> ^,, -4MTK T^^r^^ r ^, i * rn B"ys r "_- 1 VNB^ffflpjraJ *" uPS* 3*^H.- ! JiE!IO!tlMa*1 -X * s ^Sj »• ta. 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