The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 19, 1892 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, December 19, 1892
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• /' "" " 1 * ttlDRjKS OF SUBSCRfPTf ON. to * s DoUly, one yeaj- throwgli P. e. ..14 .75 •Mtll?, delivered. 1O ctmn per week received nt (.he ofBte of pub ttftfa • 151 8t»t« street.' Mar all Mich; A_N*vr Certain Cure for Piled, That Beats Them All THIS Is THE VERDICT ••,.- ;^' •• • * " ..•.'-.• '."• • ' ' f " •' .•:.- ".. • .. •;. • • ••*'••.' When ou rfeafl what Wo ha id \> "We dot intend to. endorse any, except arti- clss of genuine •merit; we therefore, take ^pleasure in recorntneridinjtr Jo sufferers from Pijeiln any form, a prompt and permanent curev T.h<J following letters speak for themselves: •'' •.. >.. ,. : . • .'•.-.• • Mrs. Mary-^C* lyler, of "Heppner, Ore., writet), One pkg. of Pyramid Pile Gufe entirely cured me of Piles from which I-'have .Buffered for years, and I hape $eveij)had.the slightest return of thorn since. . • BJnE. O'Brien,'Rock-Bluff's, Neb., says: - The pkg. of Pyramid Pile Cure entirely removed every trace of itching njlea/^ I cannot thank you enough for it. * v The Pyramid Pile Cure is a new, certain* painless cure for efery form of piles. Jt is safe, cure and cheap. A trial package wil •be sent free by enclosing stamp to Pyramid Co., Albion, Mich. Any t druggist will get it for. you if you ask him. If you are thinking of buying a watch \ don't fail to attend Hulefct's watch sale, wblfch comiheneea Saturday, Dec, 17, and lasts oner week. : . t The PUoa to Get Wood , c Is at C. T; Grant'3 wood yard, corner of State and Hamilton streets. Largest and best lot of woq'd in the city. Note the prices: Oak, $3 per cord; slabs, $1.50; beach, maple and hickory, $2.25. Full measure closed we 4ire * . • • : •* •'•'" ' - .. . • ' v /."•.' • ' .' '•' -'- .* > ol^^^ AN D OV E ABOUT THE SLAUGHTER. AU our heavy weight and extra fine IJlsters and Overcoats at prices that will move theniv ffi^ Se0 the Ulsters and Overcoats we will sell youat 8 and $10, ree to anypart. pf the city promptly. When in need of wood give mo a call. C. T. GRANT. Candy, v • Merrill. Oranges, . ' Merrill. Oysters, ' •- Merrill. Cranberry, - Merrill. Raisins, Merrill. Kuts, ' Merrill. 'Baking Powder, Merrill. 1 26 cent mittens Merrill. Rutabagas, . * Merrill. Ginger snap Merrill. Black walnuts . . Merrill 3 Ibs rate ins for 25 cents Merrill. 3-lbs candy 26 cents . Merrill. Oranges, 35 cents' Merrill. Merrill, Merrill, Merrill wants money. Just arrived. 100 pair of skates at John Wholeu's, east end hardware store. ... .. : t Happy and content is a hnmpiivith.l* The Rochester ; a lamp with the light of the morning, Catalogues,write Rochester L-anopCo.,NewYork. See Our fine Worsted Suits at fifteen dollars. Good suits, six, eight and ten dollars. Any two-piece suit in tlio house at $6. Good two We have an iminenteTins' of piece suits at $'-J.50, $3, $4, and $5, I3o%X Youths and Chiidrens'suits cheap. .. AH our hat stock'reduced to close out. • We have this morning opehed a case lot of fine natural grey all wool underwear worth 1.25. • The low price we bought this at enables us to $HlMi at S)0 cents each.- See our night robes for holiday trade, neck mufflers^ handkerchiefs, all styles,. si-Ik and ^o«e and get the finest in linen, A beautifu] line of suspendehs,»in fact any- tho tnarket if y°« wish thing in the furnishing goods line and clothing stock One a at prices that cannot be duplicated. •' CHRIS1 WAS PRESENT AND AWAY DONE. T. Shanahan, Tailor and Clothier. Have a large stock of 'Ordinance No. 10relative to throwiu ashes iir ;the street will be strictly enforced, G. il. SMITH, Marshal. For Sale, Very, Very Cheap. A Grand^square piano, .in good order. MES. D,. J. BUTLJEB! • .Apply to fl. C. Haskell. tf Reader, perhaps you are looking' for furniture. If'so, a^ow us to call your attention to the store of J. S. Bowers? Here yon will find all the late styles and. designs in bedroom sets, -parlor setB,- »ud, in fact, -cverytLilDg usually kept In a first-class'.!urniture store. • ' Pay-Your TPaxes. I will be atthe store of E. E, Sim mohs on Monday, Friday and Saturday of each week daring December for the purpose ef receiving state, county and school taxes. *" n ~. "" . * ^ E. S. LEWIS, City Treasurer. a, -jfujl U»e flf, 3P|nalree & A./CI MaGra,w &. Co.'s and Kennard & ' AND FELT GOODS. The only house in i the v city carrying o, full line of JPringree & Smiths celebrated. ..'•• ,ehoes. .Every pai^ warranted- Our stogk consiftta of all qualities so that we are able to meet the demands of. our • • custplners. No toatter what is -wanted. •'>*.•" -.;•• OF MILLINERY GOODS " OR THE NtXT 30 DAYS. I Will Sell at Coat for Cash all Triinmed Hats and Bonnets, AllUntrimmed (-foods, Feathers, Fancy Feathers, Ribbons, Floweis, Laces, In feet FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. ^e cried for i-"'", ""t'C^W ojr tw«i witb or.without ropnjt iird %t MJ»- O, 8. •; ' • *\7 _,„ _ would be pleased t^ bave owing pie cail and settle. ~ ' 7*F. A full line of i > We carry a flne-stocjv of Staple & Fancy Groceries Highest Prica Paid for Produce A .«ODDt BUS«f«|B WTJB tot sale ofuttfc A" stacs^t, t|w|Iwi;8t«ete fsomty* V<# tepw ftodipHce-fl^ply to Q fmwwintvham* A«^vit -v^*^ is in Charge of my Work Room Shells lately fi-om the wholesale house of Pollock, PeUibaiie ifc Chapman and having had a lajge experionce can. give yew satisfaction and o.n shortio'tice. Nowisljlietinieand" ^ r %? C. MOVER'S t g doors west of P^Q. Is the place. ALWAYS 5SSSP. A STOCK OF §HQJ^ QJ* HAND THAT Wttrlr FIT THE JfEET ANJp GIVE SATISJPACTION. 411 business «MfM04 to and caretully- tttta a sale to keep jud^ APPLES jt," .general housework In JEuauire.of r , MttS. D'O'SS 1 * fl^i^rt^UflftMlUKlW^uttotli jr j\ mu^tr^ted 1 circuiiia and torms KIND WE

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