The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on November 14, 1892 · Page 4
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 4

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, November 14, 1892
Page 4
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DAILY OHRQNlCtE, NOVEMBER 14, 1892, •- — . .--.-^,-yl. I He Stock It is beyond our expectations and; the many who have called and embraced tne opportunity to purchase at tne prices quoted, will, long ire- member _•:•'',. - .'«•• \r . . TSIS SALE * over all others, if you have not called, come iii and get tjie prices'and we will guaran tee you can not leave the U v ^ t •*• V- -! ~~A 8ir«*tTSkf Mail Serflca. ' New Om.KA.Vs, LH. Nov. \3.— A well d«• lined- movement ha* been inaugurated-ttr<?3=~ ~~ tablmh a United States mail service by the •tfeej cars, yiie object in »c» doing is to prevent a wfu-rranoe of the delay *nd annoyances caused bjr the delivery Tjf mail during lihe' .j-eoenl general' strike. .Vs the '••• \M\k of tj*« mail ;% tfejiyered. Vt- points' remote from the tjeuerftl office, the carriers are required <o *eek »treeVe/u;' transportations • w fron.uentry' an four times a day. ' During tfae tie-up of the #reet cars tlio delivery wa? Drniikeni>e»» or the liquor tlwblt, Po»! Ciirari by 4dmln!»t«rriig I»r. „ Maine*' Ool.leu Si>e<:iHr. It is. manufactured us » powder, wUicli . , -a -e gi«ren ioa'gUte gfb»er, * oup of conee ar tea, or in food, without tUe knpwtedg* «f the pati.-iit. Ii )• absolutely harmletf, and will effect upar- maneot and speedy csure, whether the 1 atl.em . u »«ioder»te drinUep or »n -alcoholic wr^ek'. li baa been given In thousands of casev, and in every inatauce anerfect nura ha« followeil. It Ue , ve 5 *»M»- The »r»tdm once trnpresnateil with the Suecifto. it becowea an WUtY '' Hccvejaever before been of-; fered by"«ny:plothier in Michigan as we afe^ow placiijtg 1 beforfe-4he peopleT^ Remember this is n^b^nkrupt stqdl^0f old \ goods, but are Clean, Fresli Goocfe Come to the big store which has a large stock and low prices ibr all. • •••• • ^<^_- .i nil w^"^ largest s^ck 1 n fifth© lowest prices IIIUI HYDE'S DruglStore for the liquor 'a{. r itea4- <*'page nooi Address, tite' to. «jjtl«(, of P»rtirnloM free. '. interfered with and$in thta the frauiei'* of- '.;f the rnpveiuent foutuf pause for their•• pro- \' posed action, (feint.' th« utrect pttra for' mail service would briny them under the protection of th« uovernmenl k and tend to wake atrikiuj^ car drifer,5 keep hand*, oft. ( Th» suggestion uieeta witU the approval of J tli« community and- no douM thp> will l>o j »eard from in a ftivr d»y«. ' OplDKfi 81'KCJFJC (TO, inr, Ki., B l TTE"DC I iIERS M The Gas C&mpany anoiinees tha^fpllowing recliio* tion in pricestofGasfbi- LlGrHTING' wlierever 0as is, used ALSO for COOKING or HEATING to. t effect 911 and after • - • '- . • '"' ' SEPTEMBER 1st 1892: !•%'— CJia». Bartold, au ouaploj* at tke ••lectric work*, was^ii^- ttantly* killfli ia*t ai^it, by a nffoek recfoi vert while working ^on arc liyht^. J)ij hi» wny lM»m« with hi» 5 ,yyife and tap children lie noticed (ib» light uefttied aUention. Ha went to the p«le and ^without taking t ha 'usual precaution to iEani on a uqu^coudugtur, ho attached a', crank while- utaudinj; \>u ilie •arth and in»ta^.t|y fell, doubled up uud ») - mo»t dead. H» died sft«p (akiug «nJy ffevv , Wreath*. YVh«n tin body- wa* exaiuiu^ed uo *i-JEouud'Vi.' ft, nor wa^tftefe aey 'burning, Sume of tha at the work* thought Bartold was not fcy .electricity, l»c,i'a.nHt\n.o b THE GREAT [German Remedy! TRUTHS FOR THE SICK. GAS STOye-KA.TE9,$1..60 per lo6Q r cubic Ft" a410n»coi4»unied.*hei-o"i r igiftS RANGE i* used. "" ' ' H-y tar-old l»oy, djjod «{b hU utflher'ni homo rntlie 'fifth ward tonight fr»m fcutu» that • qorer hiuv from h»a^ to foet. i, Nor, 15J,— C wiore, chief usher at the Whit* Hou*e, died hero today! after -a» -iJla«s» of, se»er*J in»ntii«. * AM Otd Man JCI«p?« With «i» J^fiEHiiOKWJ.i-E. Ind-^-Jw.?, 1.'!.— F Kigge!, 78' year* oli, and Mints &lal^« JMddy, IS. eloited IxouixMualord/rUlej Hari Co., Ky., to thin city an«^« w» married laal ni^, ' wife aome *a«Mier l«4 , w ould have that, t^e ie tiie v«*k it ia For tfaoie UUou»Bp«$Uf Ion .Sui.punp. BIT- ITJ-aa.itHriUem-eyou. I Do ybn iafler> wifr that«redand«llgo»« u ""- "If »», iitwfllcuroyoa. . «*«•»«» I clo»ely confined iu the 1 mill* and worU^oj lel^rtii who do not I prooore to%ieut e»<- lerciw, a«d *H who I are confined l.mlopn, llhOttldttH 8l LR«! IBIIXKB*. They *__ I not woatc and jlicklT. t neT«t fall* to cn»er JJont MJrttbont a laa^k^ . . Ihealtlj, who ar» nil Irnnqown, 91.000 will be paid for a case where Sft-1 FMOB BlTTEflS wilt I not oMiat or rui-s. It I never J'aU». RANGE i* used. For all gaacoauamed \yherepoOKjNG or HeATINQ'ST-OVES are u«ed and tha couaunjptiou in n&t.iess than l^OOicubio feet '. ^ • 41 at.» t9r CJas uaetf for LIGHTING ONLY reia«u uucliaug^J au-ljwro &« follow*: Less;U;atx..]QOO cubic i'r. in one mynth, i$ fjij per UKXTcu-bic ftT 7 | ."jXiO^'eyb^ it. ajii^Jk^s, Uian 10,000 cubic-i't 1 month _^[ no per'-ls)»U. . 10,-GOO <«-ovc/, 1 inouili -$1 !>ij per fOUO cubio ft. ' • (cubic (l. Ail lu<*"alJiABTattja ar» BuHlwtT-i'a: 4Woauuronu,ct4 per. 10QO .ouWo ft when flie 'miut> TJUl ia paid in or before the WtUof the month neit follovrtu|." Tua nbovV Bjicolal rates ara mailo {o^Iuduue ctiusanjer^ fo \&» jja»"fonnKjkiu' »ud »well '*•*•-• - ' oiooa trucn , _ lt» impurities burst-1 Ing throughjtho akin] and Sore*.. iBdlaaljU wlulfcKI low. WlU ore Liver Com-1 r Doq'tb«di»-| ge yog. wake xeo »trboj;anai hgajtfay. ^ ' rjllwako jour Wot _. pur«,rkha«»a rtronf.1 " hardT I TFR* ta-nhjut, and! you .will «fe«D wettl t Experience Progyjs The ADVANTAGE of Qas Ft)/ ' •:•' ° .Opokipg OyerEv^ry Other Fuel, Cheaper . * _ 175 GA§ STOVES now in yse in SPECIAL ^REDUCTION IN GAS FIXTURES , A di^coH' t gflO per cent wUJ be ma^fromlregular pRJoee on all bjjlw for GM Fj$'ttr»i inttidt) piping o'j-dered and completed from ^~\' t - \ - •» ' Sept. 1st $92, : The MARSH AM. 1893, Qo. ,GOOD ^ PEHHIROYAl Pm ever oafet«i to I«4iea. Bew , C»., for

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