The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on July 5, 1893 · Page 4
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 4

Centralia, Washington
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Wednesday, July 5, 1893
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At l'«»rfc liuvon. jrujii jnuni^, July 5.—Independence day wasx-elebrated in this city in fcrsind.' style. 11m being the first- celebration, for eight years, it was mau> a banner affair. In the forenoon ft monster profession of military and civic organizations and floats of business men was held. Tlie procession was quite an imposing attair and marched through the principal streets to Pine Grove parK, where- the exercises of the day were held. ______ The Tttarrltigti Invalid, ~<3uANt> RAPIPS, July 3.f~Judgp Adsit decided that emcc Fred H. Leonard was declared incompetent before he married Mrs. liiee, the marriage was invalid. Tlie woman's position for ah-, inony or an allowance" of legal expenses It you want the best refrigerator on eatth foritfle least money do to Bostey'a. Buy the genuine Philadelphia Hwn mower nt Bosley's. Sutter&ra f Win Piles should know that th Pyramid Pile Cure wiibpromptfy and ef • fdbtually remo*p every <$ace of them. Any druggist w U trot it for ydtr. results tvlien f Figs is taken; it is pleasant • .diesUing to the taste, and acta > >ay yet promptly on the Kidneys, ] ,ver and "Bbfrels, cleanses the sys : ineffectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cores habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the tastG and ac- ceptablft to the stomach, prompt in ,,it8 action and-'truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable subatances^iU .. many excellent qualities commend it tp all and have made it the most 'popular remedy known. Syrup'of Figs is for sale'itf^Oc and $1 bottles by all leading druggists, • Any reliable druggist ^vrhj} may not have it on hand will prcn cure it promptly 'for any One who . wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CAUFQHNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Was denied. This practically sets thei marriage aside,. issued uiitil tlie $F<> decree will be niaiii case is given a formal hearing. According tp t&o inventory filed, Leonard's property is valued at $-140,000. ' Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorte > ^ i i —*•- ••••-' • ' -—- -r $100 for ft ease of Catarrh, tiyspepsia, Jftr* \ousness tind Sleeplessness thn f Vegetable Cure will ntot cure. "-' ._' ' Vegetable Cure will break up Colds and and Coughs, LaGrippe and its after effects Tremulous,Weakness of the Nerves, Erysipelas and Gonf tipation. 12 oz. $1.00. DR. SHARPSTEEN. tawn' mower* % shirp6n«d r and repaired at Bo«l*r!»*' - >\> \ iW i .; I have removed my office to-fiagle block in the room* formerly Occupied by Dr. Houston. EMA% Uawrrt, .Get your tin war* mended jat 8fh*>)ly'u tin shop. Get your' wall - papw and pMpt* * Geo Boutfhtoo*s Diphtheria In Lansing.' LANSING, July 5.— Francis S. Tibbits, aged 7 years. "wb.ose parents reside at f-he corner of Cedar and$aginaw streets, dietl of diphtheria, after an illness of but 24 hours. Theife were five casesjM this disease in three fattitties in that im- iinediate vicinity, and two in a single family in the southern part of the city. All the f auiiliep have been quarantined and officers wor«,detailed to see.that the quarantine is strictly enforced. • \VInUii-op Mine to Clone Down. NEOATJNEE, July 5.— The Winthrop mine will close down at once. The directors arrived at that decision at their meeting in Cleveland, '^red 'Braasted, who is principal owner and manager of the mine, tried to delay the closing down, but the ore market was considered too dull tions. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Tferms eb£ap 1 A a or KING. Marshal I. Mich Homos tot Vij-lt-rtr*. tnthw World's Fair is ui< 4 t'rtlft of a n«H» lirUw b »OR i«»ntaia >n& the ntldreBs ot iSbout 9*000 fHiaili«s 4 who vilt accommodate. yteHo-a* also a list of boleJk, illustrated with large scale map, sold -fct M C ticket offlow- Price" 50 ?enfc. . b ~\ M f,f- to continue opera- SHILOHS CURE. Cnrea Coniumptlon, Coufths, Crottp, Sore ^"** ~ C IJ I ** *" w .?--.- — — — f* .- — »»•*•«• Side, Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee. Back or Chest Shiloh's Porous . Platter will pve great satisfactioa. — 35 cents SHILOH'S VITALIZER LOH'SCATARRH Havyou Catarrh? Try this Remedy. ItwilJ poaiUvely reUeve and Cure you. Erlco 50 eta. Thla Injector for ita sutcessful treatment ia furataheTfree. Bemember.Shlioh'sReniediee are gold on a (piarantoe to give satisfaction. For Sale by F. G. Beamau & Co. fourth of July Bxcuritou, 18Q3. Fur the above naiuert occasloa tfte Michigan O.atral will sell round trip ,-kfJ--. \f> »!' points not. to exceed i^ra- ,i"t' • •1-800 mil- 8, at rate of one and one ! air C-IH- pur mile t;ach way for the i tut trip U*t 4< of sale July 3d and 4 ,11, imutKti to return July 5th Tickets •i to io<l i/u liiintid .trains Ntttiuktu i b . 'tol«» *iii«t yf Di-troit river. ' Vli'* Grubitiu, leaetj-er of guilur, man dolm iin'd baujo, will" give iustruutious during vacation ou the ttiBVreut iustru ) wlj.i are interested please Mr- LO.UIS ' on I?x after I'uvacio nt Ann Arhor. •' ' Axs AUUOR, July 5,-rr-Ann. Arbor celebrated the Fourth by a large civic and military parade and a flag dedida- rion by th"e. Hungari Maennerchor at Relief park. Large visiting delegations from Detroit,'Chelsea aod Saline par- ticipatHcl. A speech of welcome was made-'by Mayor Thompson and an oration itnlivered by Paul 6. Suekoy. r T.ivn> I'cwplc Iluilly Hurt. POTTKKVILLE, July 5.—The Reading express on the Grand Trunk struck a 'wagon in, \yhich 1. T. Ross and his so^n wore ri4im{,--half a mil« west of Potter- vill<- y»-Htcfday. Mr. Rns>, escaped with a irai'tuivl collar bone, two broken ribs and a brui^t d arm. The boy is seriously injured about filie hips. Muiloiits Still Blotln'i;- PAUIS, July 5.—Riotous demonstra- jvere made by students Tuesday at St. (it rmuiii des'Pres and in the Rue Jacob near the Hospital de LaSharite, The polii-e were unable- to disperse the mobs. Eventually a large detachment of cavalry charged aud scattered the students, . Notice to Cyclists. The practice of riding bicycles on the sida waltjs must be stopped at once Any persons violating the law in this respect do so'.at their own peril. Keep off the walks aud save trouble. PETEK HOWE. Marshal. w A L L P A P E B FEESH, TASTY I. Lowest Call and Be Convinced. M. B. POWELL FOR .'«r Carpet*. -•'The cftrpelVlKaopg works change streee will be open on Monciay tl Marut> 37th . Gcf to Boughton's for wall paper- Hfv* stock and new stilus. ^ - bert Schelly is prepared 16 <l» lift worn, shop opposite E. Murphy's. ' _ VIOLA CREAM 1 '.M**'.***?^* 1 '^:' A Surgical OperatJoo, For thp euro of Piles 19 always painful, often dangerous abd useless, and invariably xpensive; on the other hand there is a new certain cure, perfectly painless, .gives instant relief and permanent cure and costs but a trifle. It is the Pyramid Pile Cure. Lt is a more certain curie than a surgical operation, without any of the intense gam, es- iiee and danger of an operation. Any druggist will get'it for you. ^T ' - . Just assure as hot-weather counts there- will be more or less bowel complaint m this vicinity. EVery person, and especially fanir il'ios, ought to some reiiaole paedicine at hand for instant u»e ia casi^lt is needed. A 25 or 50 cent botjtle of ^hambefiaiu's Colic 1 , Cholera and Diarrhosa Kemody is just what youo,ught to have and. all that sou would need, even fo r thp most severe antl dangerous cased. It is the best, the most re- liajbie and most succeasful treatment kiipwn and i&pleastint to take. For'sala at G»eae*8 drugstore"." r — TO~CONSUMERS OF GAS POK FUJttL The Gas Company anounces thrffollowing reduc tion in prices of Gas for LIGHTING wherever Gas is used ALSO for COOKING or HEATING to take effect on and after SEP^BMBBE 1st 1892. GAg STOVB HATES, $1.60 per 1000 cubic Ft> idl Gae consumed where a GAS RANGS used. For all gaaoonaamled where COOKING or HEATING'STOVES»r* o*-d ind the aoi tb.j consumption ig not leas than 1000 cubic feet. B at a for Qaa used for LIQHTlNCr ONLY remain unoUaagei »ad^ro «• follo*«: Less than 1000 cubic ft. in one mon h, $2 OU per lOiM) cubi ft .5000 cubic ft. and less than 10,000 cubic ft 1 monCh $1 90 p«-. |.'t»- 10,00u or over, I month $1 SO p«r 1000 cubiu ft. - ( ul»w ' All too above rates wre auhject to a ditwouai of 10 oto per 1000 oabw ft »U-.. lU a bill ia paid hi or before the 10th of the mouth next follQwia s . Tha aboTi- special rates are made to induce consumers to use gas for oookio, and I«U»M as veil as li^kting. • , For Experience Ptooves The ADV&NTAQI , •' CooKin.^ Over Every Qtbe/ Fuel in Cheaper Stove Ckeapey FueJ, Safety, Cleanliness, \ Quickness, Conveuience. ^Tdver 175 GAS STOVES now ill use in MARSHALL.^ SPECIAL. REDUCTION IN GAS FIXTURES, A % d ie couiH of 16 par'XJent will De made from regular priooa on all bills for GM FUiitra* or 'inside pipiug ordered and completed from . , Sept. 1st 1892,JoAprfl 1st 1893. . The MARSHAII.I, xaoa r oo. ,~*Ji...

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