The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 30, 1893 · Page 4
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wmi^^mm^ r 1Y.--.W '.", ? •;,/! 1- Grood rammer wood at $1»*?5 pet cord •at 0. T. Grant's. Fo'urtb of July Exctirtlon, 1893. ^ For the abWe named occasion the Michigan'Central will sell round trip tickets to all points not to exceed a radius of 200 niilts/at rate of one and bfie half cents per mile each way for the round trip. Uate of sale July Sd afafi 4th, limited to return'July fitlr^ Tickets notscood.on, limited; trains. No.tjckcts ^0 be sold east of Detroit river:, •Alii*v0ra^aui, teacher of guitar, man dolin aud l>iinjo, will give instructions during vacation on the different instru ments, Those who are Interegtcd please consnit with Mr. Louis Thompson. Bring Ymtr Carpet,*. The carpel cleaning wofks on J>x -,.. change street wul be open on and after Monday. March 27th. .do to Boufltbton's Flre at" Ann A*1io* teftve* Several Ffelfilllfl* Homeless. i . ANS ARBOR, June 80.—At ft o'clock Thursday evening^fire started in Kev. P. P. Farnhatn's barn in 'Hamilton Park spread to five other bandings, and caused a total loss, of upwards of $12,* 000, beside leaving several families homeless. '.--.'«' ,. -v • "i:« The district is not welt supplied. With fire protection and the department' was, comt>elle$l to lay more than a half/A mile of hose to the nearest hydrant/before any water could be turned Jm the blaze. The firs is supposed^o have etartcd from children;; placing with ' 1! you want the best-refrigerator oh t>trth for the least nitffieygoto'Bosley's. Buy the genuine Philadelphia JaWn mower nt Bosley's. f ' Sufferers from Piles should know that th Pyramid PiU/Cure will promptly and effectually jefrjove every trace of theta; An/ get it for you; I '.*>,- ( v , - t i ,>,f, f t Lawn tuowera^ sharpened^ »nd ,re- aired at BosleyW" ^ «* mired ^_ I have removed tay*tffBer'l& block in the rooms formerly occupied by Dr. Houston. tYRHQlC) ABATING. at for wall paper. New stock and new stfrle.9. Robert Schelly is prepared to do kinds of tin work, shop opposite E. " Murphy's. Both the method and results -when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver 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 No New Cases Ar9/liclng imported of l>at«. - ' iROSWOODvXTnno SO.—The typhoid fever epideuflc is visibly abating. Very few new jeaaes have been reported since the use'iof city water was discontinued. Manyof the victims of the disease are convalescent, and no further fieti> « uo trouhle is anticipated. The city has a good system of drainage and the disease came from impure water solely. A I'ccnllar 'Accident. BOYNE FALLS, June 30.—Herman Kunert, a young man running the edger -in Thompson Brothers' watermill, \yas struck on the leg, near the thigh, by a two-inch maple, edgiOB, which penetrated through his leg. If it had gone threeinches higher it wonld have penetrated his abdOinen, and probably beep fatal. Ho -will not lose his liuiu, ' / •'''•-, .•'•.'.'".••" - •••' Bert 1'eariiall Drowned. • PONTIAC. June 30.~While Bert Pear- sail, a young man about 29 years of age, was swiinmhu? 'in Company with two other young men in Wall lake, he was seized with cramps and drowned before they could render him any assistance. His mother lives at Fowlerville, and he leaves a widow whose whereabouts are not known. Elder•Wetherb«sc'» Narrow Kucape. STOCKBKIBOE, June 80.—Rev. A. Wetherbee, pastor of the Stockbridge arid Henrietta Episcopal churches, had a narrow ob'cape from being killed. His horse was killed and his buggy wrecked .by the eastbonnd train of the Oraud Trunk. The elder escaped uninjured. Children Cry for Etcher's Castorl^ --.' '•• .-•> $100 for a case of Catarrh, IJyppepsia, Ner Voutmess- rind ••Sldepiessncsa th'n* Vegejta.bie Cute will;,not cure. •. VcgUnbie Cure will break up Cola* and ana-Coughs, I^Grippe arid its after effects Tremulous Weakness of the Nerves, Eryiip- elas and Constipation* 12 on. $1.00. I DR. SHAHPSTEEi*. Children Cry for Pitcher'a^astorla. , Gasoline stoves cleaned and repaired ntIt; * Get your tin ware mended at 8cheilly?s • tin shop. ._.;,.— •/'•'• • •{ •-, ' ••'•'•-, '''•. -;. Get your #all paper and patnti a Geo Boughtpn's new store. - r -i. ,'••'-. , . Terms cheapi beejor addresi, :/ ; ^ ,i;Av BV KH&&, MarihAivMicnJ Homes for visitors to the World's Faije, i is the title of a tJ«atlittle book.-Cpntam; ing the address of about OiUOO 'fftmuieB, who vili accommodate visitors; also a list of hotels illustrated with large scale map, sold at M. C ticket office Price 50 ge'ntf. " - ;• . • Children Cry f& V Pitcher's Castorla. FRESH, L L P A P E R DESIGNS^ Lowest . Prices. "* Gall and Be Convinced. KB. POWELL. Notice to Cyclist?. The practice of riding bicycles on the sida walks must be stopped at once. Any persons violating the law in this t. lii-' * i 1.1 u * ;*< respect do so at thmr own peril. Keep healthy and agreeable substances, its « • * „„,,,„ 0 ,^ „„.. tMnhlft many excellent qualities commend it J "t fx> all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs ia for Bale in 50c and 8} bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will prp- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do^ot accept any substitute. . 1 '"- ' •' CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. 8AN FRANCISCO, CAL. M. new WOK, N.V. SHILOrTS CURE. walks and save trouble. PETEB HOWE. Marshal. A ^urglcal Opevatlon; For the cure of Piles ia always painful, often dangerous and useless, and invariably expensive; on the other hand there is a new certain cure perfectly painless, gives in stant relief and permanent cure and .costs butatriae. Ifria the Pyramid Pile : Gujce It is a more certain cure than a surgical op eratipnV without any of the intense pain, ex pense and danger of an operation. An druggist will get it f ot you. ' CHEAPER GAS FOR LIGHT. TOTCONSUMERS OF GAS FOBjFUEL. The Gas Company anounces theifollowing reduction in prices of Gas^for UGHTING wherever Gas is useci ALSO for COOKING or HEATING to itake . effect on and after SEPTEMBER 1st 1892- ptlon, Cpaghs, Cronp, 8or« by allDrugKi&ti on a Guarantee. , Back orphest Shilob'* Porou* greatuutfactipn.—4$ cent*. Just as sure as hot weather coupes Iber will be more or less bowel complaint in this vicinity. Every person, and especially f ain- ih'es?ougbt to have some reliaoje medicine 4t hand for inbtant use in caee it ie needed. 'A-.25 or 50 cent Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcaa Eemedy is Just what you ougbt to have and all that you would need, even for the most severe,; dangerous cases. It is. the best,Jilte most reliable a.nd mojf successful treatment known and ispleatsajjtifif taks, »¥or sale at Cireene's drugstore.. . GAS STOVB BATES, $1.60 per 10CX)lcubic For all GAB consumed where a GAS RANGE used, For all gaa consumed where COOKING or HEATINQlSTOVES an naed and th« CQUeuwption iu not less tbwi 1000 cubic feet. { . ^ at a for Qaa used for LiaHTINQ ONLY remain unohaaged and>r« M follow*; Less thap 1000 cubic ft. in one mon< b, 13 00 per lOOO^oubio ft, 5000 cubic ft. and less than 10,000 cubic ft 1 month. $1 90 p«r 1000 10,000 or o«er, I inon'th $1 &0 per 1000 cubic ft. .... (oubio ft. . All the above rates are aubject t? a discount of 10 eta per 1000 coble ft Wh»n th* mo»tlw bill is paid in or before the 10th of the month next following. Tba aboya special 'ratea are made to induoe odnaamera to uao ga» for oooking and hwting ae well aa lighting.^ i' ' ' .CATARRH REMEDY. ? TrythlsBemedy. ItwUl >ve and Cure you. Price £0 eta. for its iucceaarul treatment ia Remember, tor Over fifty Miw. Wwuiiw'8 SOOTHTNQ SXRCT baa been used for children teething. It souther the cbi'. J, allaya all paic, care* 'wind colic, and k the btsl remedy for diwrho:*. Twenty-five cento a bot- tl».- Sold bj all druggiste througftout the (wo^ld The Pyramid FiteiCurc is a new discovery for the prompt, permanent cure o&Pilea in every form. Every druggist has it, ' . Prooves The * . ' OooJODig iii Clieaper Stove Cheaper Fuel, Quickness, Convenience. fi^Over 175 GAS STOVES now in use in MARSHALL r ^t ' SPECIAL REDUCTION IN GAS FIXTURES. A d it* COUP t of 10 per cenj, will be made from.regulM prices on all bills foe QM K*tur«# or . inuide piping Ordered and completed from. •• ' ... Sept Ut 1892, :to 4pnl 1st 1893,.« The MARSHALL LIGHT Go. CowptaifiB fnsami Wl*a itefey wa» all*;w« gaye ^» «tod lor Castorfa. VIOLA CRtA MAR* *- ' • 1! "^' -*_.. ~"S ._ . * i-~'. i c ?i v~** * >i.-.-!•=-« v -f W»_ -a-' _.?-

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