The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 29, 1893 · Page 4
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 4

Centralia, Washington
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Thursday, June 29, 1893
Page 4
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THE 29, 1893, r Bring Ifdftr Carpet*. "• • the carpM cleaning works on Exchange street will be open on and After Monday; March 27th 1 Go to Bonghton's for wail paper. Kew slock and hew styles.; / Robert Schelly is prepared to do kinds of tin "woffr, Bhop opposite E. L 'Boughton will sell and ha.ig it for you. you. wall paper A neto remedy hSs among physicians by its •wondetfut, effects in speedily curing every forrti of -Pi lea. It i's called the Pyramid Pile Cure, jt is cheap and simple to '-use, but nothing removes the disease so quickly, safely and surely* Any druggist will «et it for you • Homes for visitors to the World's Fair ft the title*>f a neat little book, containing the address of abou,t 0,000 families who vill accommodate yjeilors, also f list Of hoteK illustrated with large noalc map, sold at M. C ticket ollice Pride GO cents. f- «M, •» Accident In Lake Mlchlg^lnV <•« DETROIT, June 29.—Peter ' KdwaM DeMill, Jr., wds drowned ,whilej5uT yachting in Lake Micinganj tear Chi- lago. Mr. DeMill was the soii . . of the ate Peter DeMiH.and brother of Mrs. GK W. Moore of 'Jefferson avenue, and H^irlbUt »isrJOY® Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs ia taken; it is pleasant And reft celling to the taste, and acts ton Lly yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses .the system effectually, dispels colds, head-, aches 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 id action and truly beneficial in !te< 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 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. Do not accept any substitute. ' CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, M, NEW YORK, N.Y- flra. Ella F. , Mass., who' have within th6 year lost ;heir father, mother and brother. ^He •was a civil engineer, by ' profession, making the construction of gas manu* lactufifig plants a specialty, and was on n, -pleasure" trip to Chicago When the accident happened. Frttal Accident nt Grand Rapids. GRAND &APjpSy June 29.— B<kjiimin Boles, aged 5(H & driver for the • Grand Knpids Casket comiiany. was fatally injured Wednesday evening. He was •walking through the factory and fell down the elevator abaft, which was not guarded, falling two floors and.striking Ins head upon some lumber. His- skull was fractured, and his brains exposed* , He' was taken to a hospital, but can not live. He has a wife and fo'ir children. Fnctorta* at llomiflus. ROMULUS, Jtine29.— The two factories being built here are attracting a great deal of attention. One is a furniture factory and one a .wire and iron works, and both institutions are putting up very substantial plants. These will make in all fonr factories built here in one year. Improvements are being made on all sides and many nice residences are beingerected. A Bov'».Snd,»eatJt, /'' PALO, June 29;— Clare Wheaton, the 14-year-old son of B. H. Wheaton of Bloomer Township was killed ^n a peculiar manner. He was cultivating corn and had the lines about 'his body, In somip unaccountable wa£the boy and horse became entangled/together in the. harness. When fonnd the boy had been kicked to death iuid the horse was cast and unable to extricate himself. No Smallppx at Luke City. LAKE CITY, Julie 29.— The report that w A L L .P A P E B ;DESIGNS, AST Call Mid Be Convinced. M. B. POWELL. Lake City ha» a case has been forwarded of smallpox, that from Cadillac to various places in Michigan is erroneous, and as H already shown has done a great injustice to this city. It hap been Further reported that the .place was about to be quarantined. There is no truth whatever in either statement. / • ——* f — Teeple Was Discharged. 'LANSING, June 29.—E. R. Teeple, the former postmaster at Lake Odessa, who was thrust into Jail here 10 days ago upon a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses, was upon examination discharged. He paid the costs of the examination. Summer Music School In Sesiloii. DETROIT, June 29.—The National Summer Music school for teachers held the first session of ita seventh season Wednesday morning at the Detroit Conservatory of Music, with about 100 teachers in attendance. CHEAPER GASjfiR LIGHT. ~~~TO CONSUMERS OF GAS FOR]FlIEIi. The (Jas Company anounces thrffollpwing reduc tion in priced of Gastfpr LIGHTING wfcerever ; Gas is used ALSO fbr COOEING or HE effect on and after '•; SEPTEMBER 1st 1 892. GAS STOVE BATES, $1.60 per lOOOJcubic Ft. For all Gau consumed where a GAS RANGE used, . For all gaa obnemmed where COOKING or HEATING'STOVES are uaod and th» month!} eon»amption la not loss than 1000 cubic feet. • • B at a for Gas used for LIGHTING ONLY remain unchanged aml'aro M fallows: Less than 1000 cubic ft. in one mon h, $2 00 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 month $1 SO per 1000 cubio ft. (cubic ft. All the above rates are subject to a discount of 10 cts per 1000 cubic ft when the months bill is paid In or bef ora the 10th of the month next following. TUB above special rates are made to induce consumers to use gaa for cooking and heating as well aa lighting. , Experience Prooves The ADVANTAGE of Gas For CooKing Over Every Other Fuel in Cheaper Stove Cheaper Fuel, Safety, Cleanliness, Quickness, Convenience. 175" GAS STOVES now in use in MARSHALL SPECIAL REDUCTION IN GAS FIXTURES. A d is court of 10 per cent will' be made from .regular prices on all bills for Gia Fixtures inside piping ordered and completed from or SHILOHS CURE, Cures Connunptibn, Congo*, Croup, Sore Throat. Sold by all Druggist* on a Guarantee. For a Lame Side, Back or Chest Shiloh's Porous Plaster wUJ give gflpt satisfaction,—aj cento. SHILOH'S VITALIZE!?, Mrs. 1. & Hawkins,Chattajaooga,Tenn.,aay9t '*SnOoh''tViiUiligor*8^.'vEDMfJjIFE- I REMEDY, >u Catarrh? Try this Remedy. It.will p relieve and Cure you. Price 60 eta. .jotor for ite successful treatment ia fumUhadfree, Remember, SWloh's Remedies are Mid op a gwucaatee to give.satistoction. Killed by a Train. MANCELONA, June 29,—The southbound passenger train on the Grand Rapids and Indiana road struck and in- etantly killed Mrs. John Pluminer as ehe was walking across the track one mile north of tbyj place, She leaves, a husband and six grown children. A Respected Citizen Dead. _ /June 29.—J. V. D. Wyckoif, an old and respected citizen, ie dead. He was one of the best known men in Shiawasse county, having lived her« over' 80 years.' He was 78 years old. . „ The Northern Wave Ashore. ., : , PORT HUBOS, June $9.,—The steamer Nfertlxern. Wave went ashore about three miles from Port Gratiot light, on the Canadian" side, in a fog". She was bound from Dnlnth to Buffalo with flour. » . , „ Struck' by a Train. HAXOVEK, Juue;*25.—Mrs.. Tupi)er of Hanover, was sjtrock -^>y a northbound 'train and seriously injured, while crossing a railroad track. v Sept 1st 1892, to April 1st 1893, The MARSH ALL UGH J* Co. Rye Whiskey IB free from all foreign flavor and adulterants, naturally 1 ripened and m.aturedt by eleven years storage 14 wood, it is a "Rye as ft a Rye/' and coijis no inor* than inferior toandg. Try it and you will never be BatiafiedV use any other. A pure old whisky is .always, ftee frojfl f ufeil oil, which ie a poiaoto; aad should not be taken into the axBtem. Age eli EB jna^tes it from the spirit by nridatioii, andit >9 COB^ verted into fragrant ethttfl whJ^lgi^e the. bouquet to wb We Want to Show our ; WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the County. W, T.DRAKE, " ' 240 State Street. ONE king, ONB FOB, SALE 1 CAR : LOAD = -, GasoUne and Oil Staves, >by ope 90 cejit bottle of Chambwlaia'a Pain <w * ^*-i*ft E JT»M_9 L l _JI ?_ - v ^.t- — jtl. J .— ^tf»A<A frtT* of tin ware, conaiiting of tea'a.nd eol£e pots, wa^1 J Qiler,s, l Bverytbinjr,m4iii, copp wire, - - milk patfa, T*! ba "rb and plain ^, _ *• ^ * ^r 1 * t locks and dp.or ^ description. I,|;n< *

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