The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on July 1, 1893 · Page 4
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J^r^s: %,. t A "V -v-^^c^^^ v/3?*,.vv V* 1 / 'f^t7 L ^-,^c^ ^-^;\ '^- J , ;: . : \: ;* ' ! ^S^"<^f|^t$^-^ ; S/'. '• ' '•;;.- ' -'*•. "folS PAlLYGHRQ^ICtfl. J^Lt 1,1893. ! - : , '... V ' ' - * J . . - -»• ~ ........ - ....... «... ...-.-,!,- ... - .. .. ^ --- * Both the method results '\vhcn Syrup of 'Figs ia taken; it ia pleasant jtnd refreshinJEf to tho taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidney*, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, 'dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of FigS is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and "truly beneficial in its effects, prepared poly from the mosl healthy- and agreeable substances^ itg many excellent qualities cdmniend it to; all and have made it the most V popular remedy known. / ' Byrup>of Figs is for sale,; in 50c and £1 bottles by all; leaxling drug- gifltfc Any reliable druggist who vay not have it on hand will, pro-; /cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. »• . __ CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SA.H FRANCISCS'f CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. N.V. Miners In Kanurtft PiTTSBtmo, Katf,» July l.—Th* strike is ai&ttming a rather exciting form. The representatives of the, 5,500 miners on strike here bad a meeting and »nade R demand OH tho 800 Str-fpint miners in this field to stop work. ^K the Strippits are shut down it will thrbw 1,500 zinc pnifilter men out of employment. Ex- citement'Was created here when about 1,00)) striking miners ..inarched up the S TjjlcipaiJ streets headed by, a braes nd, their intention being to stop the surface iniriinK, t>ut action;.was deferred until the tetitrri of President Walters pf'the'United Mine Workers who is, now in Missouri. It -is .fertred great trouble is impending. "$. ;' -flail'State iff'Affair*. , . PUEBLO, Coltt. .Inly l.-rTlio, drop/in the price of silver -is -already beginning to make-its t'ffeets'felt in Pueblo. All the smelters in the city have adyiipl mining camps of this and adjoining mines to make no more contracts for ore. Between 15 and 20 of the p'rinci- If yon warn the best refrigerator on eafth fp.r the least money eo to Bosley's. V — *- i - - .- r •- lur-"- *' v^j ^ Buy the genuine Philadelphia lawn mowcit nt Bdsley's. -C' J> '. Sufferers from Pilos should know that th' Pyramid Pilo Cure will'. promptly and effectually remove every trace ;of thewj.. Any driif?giflt'*rU getfit for you. Children Cry for Pitchers pill mert'nntile houses have sent orders to tho eastern trade' cancelling all or- drrs for fall'goods. They state that the reduced price of silver will close the mines, and smelters, throwing many .thousands of men out of employment, crippling the railroads and dependent industries and mining.trade. ~ $100 for a "caso of Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Nervousness find Sleeplessness' ihW Vegotabla Cure will not cure. . . Vegetable Curcr will break up Colds and and Coughs, LnOrippe nnd its after effect^ Tremulous Weakness of the.l'lerves, Eryajp- elna ftnd Conttipntion. 12 ox. $1.00. - ; . DR. SHARPSTE#N, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria, • . Lawn mowers sharpened and. re- Up Removed,* I have rerijoved my^ office 16 block in the rooms formerly occupied by Dr. Houston, te ELIAS Get your tin war« mended at tin shop. paints Get your wall paper and Gco Bough ton's new store. STOCKWlMWPAS 1 . Terms cheap, aee'or addreei, '/*• A. B. KING, Marshall. Mfeh Homes for visitors tp^ho World'aFair is the titlu of a neat Itule book, contain mg the address of^bout 9,000 families, who will accomjitodate visitors, afsp a list of hoteh/ illustrated with large scale map, sold nt M. U ticket oQi u Price 50 Woftthcr Indications. ' For lower mul uppfir Micliigon-rShdw- ors, probably ;tbxtiulcr storms; cooler in lower ftnd upper Michigan; east to south-' '' w A L ; ' SHILOHS CURE, , Uottblo UBngliiB In MaryUnd. ; ••'. MARLBORO, Jtlly 1.— William Pihjt- p«y and Paniel Barber, both colored, were hanged for the murder on Palin Sunday .last, 'df -Francis M. Bowiej a wealthy 'farmer who resides with his family near this place. Farmers from" tho surrounding country, cyclers from Washington, and others of the rn<rbid- Jy curious, were hero in great/numbers to witness the double execufton. v • "^'Shadow ST. PAUL, July i;~.^Shadow" Maber, the Australian, and Dick Moore fottghl 20 rounds before the Phoenix club and at the end of/fhat time Maber was so badly done/rip that the fight was given Moore. /.This is the "Shadow's* 1 first de?feat since he'came to Amedt'a.' A P E E Cnre« Consumption, Coughs, Cronp r Sore Throat. Sold by all Druratt on a Guuahte* For it Lame Side, Back or Chest Shiloh'u Porous Platter will giro great latisfactioa.—a& cento. SHILOH'S VITALIZER. Mr§. T. a Hawkins, Chattenpogfl^Tenn.,roys: eon»WertttJub«tr«m«Jy/c f r<ifleWUtated8j;8f«7» J OTcrwfA'' For Dyspepwa. Liver or Kidney trbubto It excels. Prices eta. „ CATARRH _ REMEDY. . ou Catarrh ? Try this Remedy. It will ively relieve and Cure you. Price 60 eta. Injector for its successful treatmentia furnished free. Kemeniber.Shiloh's Remedies •re aold oil a guarantee to give satisfaction. ,• For Sale by F. O,-Seaman & Co. i • i ' •• "M" i. •i-» ii •'•• -j i **• * Fourth of July Eicumlou, 1893. For the ahovg named occasion],-the Michigan Central will sell round-trip tickets to all points, not to exceed a fa- dius of 200 miles; a,\, rate of one and one half Cents per mile.each way for.the round trip. Date of sale July 3d and 4tb, limited to return July. 5t.h. Tickets not good on limited trains. No tickets to be sold east of Detroit river: f Miss Qrahain, teacber,,,of guitar, man dolin and banjo, will give instructions during vacation on the^diflerenl iqstru menta. / Tbose.whoareInterested please consult with Mr. Louis f bompaou. Michigan •'W-AsmxoTON, July 1. — Original- John Mays, Isaac Montonge. Increase —Henrv Coy. Original, widows, etc.— Chine Van Orman. Mary Weed, minor of William 13. Monroe, Barbara Strohauer. •Notice to Cyclists. The practice of riding bicycles on the sida walks must be stopped at once. Any persons violating the law in this respect do ao at th«ir own peril. Keep off the walks and pave trouble. PBTEK HOWE. Marshal. FRESH, IpfrGtTTE, TASTY BESIGNS, A.T Gall and Be Convinced, M. B. POWELL, Bring Your Carpets. The carpet pleanin^works on Ex after 'A Surgical Operation. For tho cure 'of Piles is always painful, often dangerous and useless, and invariably expensive; on the other hand there ia a new certain cure, perfectly painless, gives instant relief and permanent cure and costs but a trifle, It is. tho Pyramid Pile Cure. It is aifiaore certain cure than a .surgical ojp- "eration, without '^ny of this intense pain, expense and danger of -an operatiea,. druggist will get; i.t for you; ' . Any change street, will be open on and Monday. March 37th. Go id |iongbton% for \yall paper. New stock and pew styles. Robert Schelly is prepared ,to do kinds of tin wor£,_sJ} l Qp a opposite^. 3U Murpbf's. Just as sure as hot weather comes there will be more or les& bowel complaiiat in this vicinity. Every person, and especially families, ought to have sumo reliaole medicine at hand for instant use in case it is needed. A 25 Or 60 cent bottle of Chainberl.am's Colic, Cholora and Diarrhoaa liemudy is just what you ought to -have and alt that you would need, even for the most severe and dangerous cases. It i» the best, the most reliable and most successful treatment known and ispleasant to take. For sale at Greene's drug store. CHEAPER CAS: FOR LIGHT. TO CONSUMERS OP GAS FOR FUEL. The Gas Company anounces thtffollowing reduction in prices of Gass-for LIGHTING wherever Gas is used ALSO for COOKING or HEATING to take effect on and after SEPTEMBER 1st 1892. O4S STOVE BATES, $1.60 per lOQOicuMc Ft For all Gas consumed where a GAS RANGE used, For &U gaa oonramed where COOKING or HEATINGlSTOVES Mt. uaed md th« MPBUtlj consumption ia not loss than 1000 cubic feet, ' . •'. •B ata for Gaa used for LIGHTING ONLY remain unchanged and^aro u follows: Less, than 1000 cubic ft. in one n^pnfh, $2 OU per lOOO'oulnd ft. 5000 cubic ft. and less than 10,000 cubic ft 1 month $1 90 per 1»J50 10,000 or over, I month $1 W per ''000 cubic ft. (cubic ft, All the above rat SB are aubjoct to a diaoouut of 10 cts per 1000 cubic ft When th« months bill is paid in or before tn^ lOtb of the month nert following. Tha above special rates are made to induce consumers to use gas for cooking and boating aa well as lic'li ting. . .. .'•'.-Experience Prooves The ADViUpGE oWjaa For ' .--' Cooring OvfrEvery^Qtiher Fuel in Cheaper St^te Cheaper Fiiel, : * Safety, Cleanliness, ' Quickness, Convenience. JJ*r Over 175 GAS STOVES now in use in MARSHALL.^ SPECIAL REDUCTIOM IM GAS FIXTURES. A 4 is count of 10 per cent will be made fro.m .regular prices an all bills-for GM Fixtnr«» or '-"' ''" r * ' ' ' <• for Ov«r MRS. WwbLow's BQ^THISO SvaL-j- has been uaed for children tdrtWpg;. It »ootlie^tfi»JCbl!4, allays njl pain, cures wind colic, and w the best remedy for diarrhoa. - Tweoty-flvu ccnld a toot- tl » . Sold by aU druggists, tbrougtout t li^ Sept. 1st 1892, to April 1st 4893. The MARSHALL X4OHT J the prompt, pemi&i^& cure Every ^ru^gist has it v " 7 *'. *-Mft* Wheat yf^ na&$ a wb&te J«w med^ai^ » tfcnirwsBi it saee; <*&&&&$&' ll« ll WTv 111 ra-T^re^TL C t TT T ."^TT ™l^f £*«!*"• ^ r^cotpmeifded .for i^&-invili^ ^tx; wery form pf

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