The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on August 2, 1893 · Page 4
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' ' " ' " "' v ^?»$ yrwi i • "* ' ' '" ! " " ' nn<t windows all sizes • 8<*r<»fcii Botlev's if you wish Id know ynr future, send 10 cent* with a lockjof y6ur hair, Mat ing ib yuur letter datfe of jour birth and your sex. PSOF. GBO. ROBERT, J68 Llocofb Ave , Chicago, III. Don't fail to go to Hulett's and have your eyea tested. All .tests positively free. Ask to see the new perfectidn«bi- fobals with. which the Wearer 'seel 'to read or se^aud with tV, satnfi glass imp at a distance • Remember we save you fr-im 50 to 75. per cent oh traveling optician's prices. When you want a whisky .for medicinal use TOU want it pureY *'Royal Ruby" Rye is guaranteed pure in every particular, 'and recommended for the invalid and the con- valeacent. <Bottled at distillery.) ROYAL WINE CO., CHICAGO. For sale by F. O Seaman & Co.,.druggists. ~ dear, remarked a lady to a friend on the street today, we are ^oinst-camp , ng next week and would liketobordp.w ybur'tfnt, t am sojlry, but we lent <Jur ;ent so taudh lastyW that'll is all worn out. t understand'though that Hrtlott aas just got a lot of new tents on pur. pose to rent and no doubt you can get one there. Oh thank you, I •will ao and see him at onco. . •••-.. We must make room for our new good*. Attend the clearing out sale this week at Shanahan's. Kilburn's restaurant will be open day and night. The best of trials and luuch served. . , HCTL.O*'!!' rt.tf-.tat U»er r Moles, f' sonbura and Tat. 'ii'u 4ot«* jh'e skin to. It* ntl Jreuiiries*, producing a ii.-ar cui>i healihy t'om- leiion -Bjiperlof to ftlUiic'o .„—. „—„„ prtpam.cns tuid perfectly Harmless. At all druggUU, ur mailed ibr SOcts. Send for ClrouUt VIOLn WK!M SOAP •' 'Iraply Incmpanble « • tin purify us Suip, unequal*! ">r th» U.Hal," and without t i ml lor lii Bunu.>i7. Abwlutolr par? aad dellmUly 3)c41 . si»L At lmsi;i««. Price 25 Cehti, " 71 C. fclTTNEJ ! i&CO,.T6l.eoo,«> The best Pertumes always in stock at G. H Gi-eetie'S Drug store, Ladies are invited to caU and test them I wish to say to the people of this city and vicinityVl have moved,,niT business to Marshall and am now prepared to supply all who use steam the Brook's patent water gage and patent gaske'ts. Theap saskefa are not con lined to my patent water ^tfgo alone, but are Used on- all the old style gages. I. also handle glass tubes ,.an_d ^lass tube cut ters I am selling thesi g^jods all over the United States by thousands to rail roads, and in ficv wherever steam is used. There is nothing in-the world to compete wittrthis^ga^erand^gaSkjBt for convenience and safety;. I would be pleased to have any and Jill'who are us ing steam boilers to call and examin my gouds. Office, East State street opposite of J. Court & Son. BROOKS. A Ml assorLmeut ol sizes, Ttlie best kinds and at reasonable rates Truses fitted without charge for fitting at GREENE'S Drug Store 252 West State MARSHALL. MICH , Removal. •« , Mrs. &over has. removed, her dtoCk ot milliners 1 to her residence on East State street, where she wilt be pleased: to see all who desire anything in her line. You can always find tbe best Cigars at Greene's Drug store., Call and Trv Them, Thelargasb stock the lowest prices HYDE'S Drugstore A Surgloal^Operatlon. . —For the cure of Hleejiii- always pipiinfu! often dangerous and useless, and invariably expensive; on the other hand there is a certain cure, 1 ; perfeclly painless, gives Jn- stant relief and permanent cure and costs but a trifle. It is ,tbe Pyramid Pile' Gurer It is a more certain cure than a surgical operation, without any. of the intense pain, expense and. danger of an operation. Any druggist will get it for you. SHILOH'S CURE, Cnrea Consumption, Coughs, Croup, Sore Throat. Sold by all Drunisu on » Guarantee. For • Lame Side, Back or Chest Shlloh's PorouB Plaster will give great satisfaction.—35 cento. SHILOH'S VITAL1ZER, Mn. T. B. Hawkins, Chattanooga, Tepn., B - Notice to jCycllats. . The practice of riding .bicycles on the sida walks must 'be stopped at once. Any persons violating tbe law in this respect do so at thuir own peril. Keep offthe.walka and save troubje. PETER HOWB, Marshal. Itvervted." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney trouble it ezoela. Price 76 cte. „ .CATARRH __ REMEDY. alarrh? Try this Remedy. 1 twill positively relieve and Cure you. Price CO eta. Thta Injector for its successful treatment is furnished free. Remember, Shiloh's Remedies mw »old on a guarantee to give satisfaction. For Sale by F. G. Seaman & Co., Don't get excited over croup or quins} when Lavender Ointment will, relieve you within ten minutes if used as directed. 25 and 50 cents. 1 ' " v ?p— ~~ Marshall Jane ?2, '03. Tourist tickets to all principal points in the United States and Canada are now on sale at Michigan Central ticket office. Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant juid refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly, on the jtidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels, colds, head- laches and fevers and cures habitual wnsfipajion. Syrup of Figs ill the ~only remedy of its 4ind ever" pro; dittoed, pleasing'to the taste and acceptable to tise stomach, Pp)mp| p action and truly, t^efigial m its A. New Certala Care for Piles. We dot intend to endorse any except articles of genuine merit; we therefore, .take pleasure in recommending to sufferers from Files .in any form, a prompt and permanent cure. The following letters speak for themselves: Mrs. Mary C. Tyler, of Heppner, Or.e.r write*, One pkg, pf Pyramid Pile. Care en- tSJrely cured ine of Piles from which I have suffered for yeurs, and 1 hape never ha . ae slightest return of them since. • Mr. E. O'Brien, Rock Bluffs, Neb., says- The pkg. of Pyramid Pile Cure entirely removed every trace of- itching piles. I cannot thank you enough for it. Tbe Pyramid Pile Cure U a new, oertam, painless curt, for every form of Piles. It is safe, cure and cheap. Any druggist will get itfor ypu if you ask him. "Koyu.1 Huby" Kve WkUlcy is "a Eye a» is a Bye," naturally ripened and free from all foreign flavor and adulterants, guaranteed pure and over eleven years of age, recommended to the connois seur as a ipjentorious article worthy of tbe confidence, of invalids, convalescents and the aged. Sold .only by F. G. Seaman & Co. Druggists. __ . _ o^_ _ _ _ Tin* roofing and all kinds of tin wo& doOP 9rbmpt}.y by Robert bchell> , The follow log item, clifped from the Ft Madison- <;icwa) Deinocrtrti contains iaf oaf- New Stock, New Styles FBESH, UNIQUE, TASTY DESIGNS, Lowest . Prices. Gall and Be Convinced. SLB. POWELL CHEAPER GA8_ FOR LIGHT. TO CONSUMERS OF GAS FOB FTIEL. The Gas Company anounges th^following reduc tion in prices of Gas for LIGHTING wherever Gas is used ALSO for COOKJMG or HEATING to take eftect on and afb^r 8KPT1MBE5E 1st 1892. \ __ __.. _ - •-• | b ' j-.-.—. ____ GAS OTOYB RATES, $1 .60 per 100Q .cubic Ft. For all Oaa conaumed where a_GAS RANQE used.' For Ulgwbonawned where QOOKiNQ or HEATING STOVES we uaed md (be monthl; oonauwiption i« not lew tuaa 1000 cubic feet w«r.tb "Mr. John Both, of ttas fcity. wlip mej; with an..ac- afewda-ya ago, epp«ining and bruia- iog hia leg and ajpft^uite'severely, waacured »of ehamberlaifl.'aPain B »t • f ar OM 9*ed *w ONLY nsmain i^wtt %« foULpws: Lass thaa 1000 c»bid ft, in one m&\ h, $^ 00 per 1000 cubic it. ' ^ * $000 cubic ty, and less ^,^10,000 ogublu ft 1 inoQtn'||, 9Q per, |000 i0 4 (X)0 or ^iver, J 'montb *1 fe« per, i^jf oubio ft. . . viL-^ (?«l>jp ft,-All U»*bove r»te#wo au^jeot ta a dwooaai of W&d pfl r 1000 cubic ltt«h<»a tb* * " *' '• before the JOtb^l the Jnontb ft^fojlojpig. " 1 rules srstwdo to indacj couiiuaiara _ * «p- -J,»B> " -^ •- apd .have made ~ mei- use, for $1.7i5 r^r $S&±*4!ipli9i& J^m^L^ WdofflP ;

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