The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 19, 1892 · Page 4
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ttr • JJiifrltHvimn I * r f , l*0ft. , 'Be just before .you, are generotis Don't fbrget that you 6we Merrill and that h^ vvanW jt. billiard and pool room »tt the Vol&el store, 20? East State' street „ Everything is new and first class. Lnnchcf served at all times. "Koyal Unby" PortWlfco, No g<Sbd thing should beoutlaftfd because here and there a-graceless person treats it basely. D? is^jnst-as necessary to adnnmstcr invigoranta to t'fie aged and feeble as it is to strengthen a dwelling that is beginning to decay. Not only may life be greatly pro, longed by artificial support; but the declining yearti of those near and dear te us be rendered more comfortable, and ago relieved of many of its usual pains and penalties bs a judicious use of "Kbyal Ruby"; Port •Wfne; each bottle ia'guaranteed .by the .undersigned to be absolutely pure and over five years old "tjfe. bottling'/of money paid for it will be refunded. Quart bottles $1; pints, 60 cents; never sold in bulk. See that you get."Royal Ruby;" For sale by M. B Powell. Bottled by Royal Wine-da.,"Ghica- go. •• _ '' The tiniest line of ladies' purse's and card cases in the city at M. B. POWELL'S A positive* cure for coughs and colds at ' -,—, • M. B. P0WEEL8', MARSHALL IMPROVED ft.<<?*•*-> ,' ', . (WnnclBy patent. cjcJQtalas no Atfflpla) Srrt 11 d tii< trffefdt Morphine/ ..'• ,-: i . ' . V"V' • ' :' % ;"- 'Opium, ^-.v/ f ' * *";.'" 'Cocaine; / * • ' .• ^ an<d° Tobacco Habit. For treatment and explanation Trf~ the Gold Cure consult br. L. E. "Gallup at his office in the Cook block. Patients treated privately if so desired. I shall otfqr for sale one of the '• * - '. -.,'•' .'Jarg6st and best selected stocks of HOUDAY GOODS and TOYS ever sold Look at the elegant' line of holiday goods at M. B. Powell's before pur chasing elsewhere. ,. ~ f '••' . . V K. Butler keeps the largest stock of crockery and lamps in the city. djl * "The Niagara falls Route," TIME TAuue, NOV. 20,1892. Save Snoney by and shoes at Grace vour .boots *., in Marshall at prices so lo^ that yd can Afford to buy them. Come •D . ' " J - . •''.'.'"•• early and g*et youtv choice of the • •••''.'"' barains. ; G. M. GREENE. Use , Hazel Cream for clmpped-'tiands and lips or any ' rouyrlniHss of the skiu. , M.B. POWELL. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. . Fresh ojsters.at Cunningham's. Buckwheat, and all kinds of custom grinding done at C. A. Chesher's/ mill. All kinds of fresh meat «t R. Butler's. djl cut to order Select and standard ningham's. oysters at Gun- Chicago, Lv. i. Kalamazoo Uattle Crook, Marshall, Up. ' 2 45 H 14 2 45 lackaon ..... .... 4 3u Detroit . ...... . C 45 MOTHERS you your bab part . - . f dar- 'ling babies in sickness, or call on yov»r druggist "for Dr. Sharpsteen's LaveoJLer Ointment and Asthmatic Balsam, medicin >• that save lives when doctors fail in Membranous Croup. Inflammation cf-the Lunge; Lung tever and Typhoi Pneu monia, also quickly relieves a .d cures Croup, Scarlet ' Fever, W ooping Cough, t>o,re Throat, Burns, S 'aids aud similar afflictionb. 25 and 60 cents or by mail? DB. H^ SHAEP3TEKN, Proprietor, Maraball, Michigan. : The laws school?; but -not in* a way to be of much practical benefit -and are -never illustrated by living examples, which in, many cases might easily be done*." If some .BchoiLar who has just contracted a cold,.Was fcrought before the school BO thut ul^ could hear theory, loud cough aqd know its signiticance; see the thin ; wfcite coating on. tho tongue.^aud later, BB the eold developed, see the profuse watery expeotoi^tion aud^.'tjjin watery discharge from the nose*; opt' one of them would ever forget what jhe first symptoms of a cold were. The scholar should then be g^iven Cha'mberlain'B Cough Remedy freel^, that all might see that even a severe cold could be cured in one or two day.s, or, at least greatly mitigated, when, 'properly treated, as scon as the first symptoms appear. This remedy is famous for. Ha cure** of coughs, colds and croup. It is made especially for tueso diseases god ii the moet i and most reliable medicine (Saturdays excepted 'Bally tHundays executed O. W, RtJGGLES, Gen. Pasc. & TioketAgt. . JOHNSON. Freight A-gent. C. R. OSBOHN. Ticket AKect, Marshall HAVE you CHILDREN V yQ EDUCATE FOB - USEFULNESS? -——^If eo, send th^m to A thorough, reliable and progreteive Instf tutlon. Unndruds of yauug men and , women received their start in life at the K. B. O^'Tp f farmers boys aud girls this courgo of pracheal ; '' : inBtrti'b l tjon cannot be over-estimated, ., ' *V,e sjiall be pleased to have y^iji ca-JJ- al the Coiltge <md t^llc pvV tfte/matter, or act^reas for ' ^Seeing is Believing^ And a good lamp, must be simple; when it is not simple if is i not good. Simple, J3eaatiful, Good — these (words mean much, but to see "The Rochester" will impress the truth more forcibly. All metal, tough and seamless, and made in three pieces only, it T&S&sotutefy safe and unbreakable. Like Aladdin's of old, it, is indeed a "wonderful lamp," for its marvelous light is purer and brighter than gas light, softer than electric light and more cheerful than either. • Took for this stamp-rTHB ROCHESTER. Jf the lamp dealer has n't the gennlne Rochester, and the atyie you wapt, send to us for our new Illustrated catalogue, and we will send you a lamp safely by express— your choice of over 2.OOO varieties fronv the ^y£«/^TO.Stor< IB M« World. • ' ROCHESTER LAMP CO., 42 Park Place, New York Cttf. "The Rochester." THE BED FLAG. 2 Stores, 2 Stores. SEE: THE R ED F LAC. * GAS Bavtla Cree> t for the purpojse.. 50 Jsent Greene's drug atore. - , sale at. p/ Mr. M. ]?. Posaer, a njsrebant of r, N. C., was BO Tjadiy aflijcted Bi for a year $MT awtee p iQ be on- father %bje to* worker jgo to s ^i to try Chambferlain's Pain. Balm gulfcei boy.- It, ' aince walked cap and- aJ You can aiwjiys the best Cigars at r Greenes Ppi^ store, Call and Try TRUSSES A full assortment o sizes, TUe best Kinds TO CONSUMEBS OP The Gas Company anountjes thejfqllowing redu0- tion in prices of Gas for LIGHTING wherever (ras is uaed ALSO for GOQKIN0- or HSAfiNG to take effect on anel afbftr •. ' * 1st and at reasonable rates Truses - f Mted. without charge for fitting i|t K ; **»* ^rp 1 *£,^iff T^MT w"gl %•* * jjfo£$tt ^&C) . -'^'^T*^ Tif State MARSHALL, MICH- -*..,. __ Eor in the stomach, eolic and djolera, ia nothing better than Ghain- e<}y, 'Foe sale at Qreano's drug store. • ' Children Cry for Pitcher^ Castorlai Complexion BR- '4IK VIOLA GfitAM «nd thei-akia to Itaorigi r*l Jtrealmess, pnxJuciug tlew aud healtby oosn* /Jeilon. Sppert cms ,wi , orakllfcd VIOLA 8KIN 8(MJ» EATBS,$1.60 per. 1000 cubic .Ft Ifor • '1 Gas consumed where a GAS RAtslpE B uaed. ' ' For all^as conbiuned where COOKING or HEATINGlSTOYES &ro uaad aud tha consumption ia pot lens than 1000 cubiu feet. " * • JR'atu for Gas ueed for LIGHTING ONLY remain uuchaaged aud>ro an foilowe: • . Less than 1000 "cubic ft. i.u one ujoutb, |2 00 per lOOOJcubic ft. tf ' . , -5000 cubic ft. and less tban 10,000 cable ft 1 mouth $1 90 "per" lOOQ 10,000 or qyer,.J month $1 bO per 100^ cubio ft. ' " ' - * (cubip ft r . All tb*aboverAteumrb suhj.ect taa discount of lOoUper JOOO cu>ioft whea the montba iul is paid in or t&f ore tfee IQthot the month nest foliowiajj. '"", | -• ," a ftre madr.to. induce oonsuaier^'/t? i " "' ' ' '-'" aad ' .41 Cooking Oyer Ever ^?r oca BITTNER * Convenience. 175 lpi;$|dv|S now in.vse in MAB?H^t.^r SPECIAL REOUGTION IN GAS Fl JR^9, o? ia p'sr flen,t'wi|^e tw4e jfca|t^gui»jf 'prices ojot all t»i% for 6Hw Fixture^ of piping ordered and coii»pl<»te4 fwm " ' .' • . • Sept Ht 1893, to April "Ut 1893, : ^^ J* flP'Sr Jj ^^WJW^W ^R^l*^?^fi|?^^F JUSTICE QF THE PEACE, RESTORED MANHOOD^,, ( SEEVBBIHS sol* diw«seg of the i

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