The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on August 14, 1893 · Page 4
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for tfre.acnomnjodation ol people Hv tng in the totest end A. Watson 'vHl sell Ketushkfa bread rinrt cnkes fresh, at 10 Boughton's of .Wall p pet at Geo Ail espBCially tine line' of ladies'" an 1 ! children'b hosiery at tbe^i Hon. W. V. Lucas, ex-State Auditor of Iowa, says: "f hav,e^iiSe£ Chamberlain's 1 Gpugh 'Remedy in .my family and have no hesitation in saying it is an exeoUenttemedy. I believe all that is ".iaitned for it, Persons afflicted by^ .cough or cold will find it a ' friend." ,4h;ere is no danger frt>Bi \vhooping ' cough *h|in thJB retniPciy is freely given., 2 and 60 detat bottles for sale at Greene's drug •tore.- • • ','•''• • A sure cure for diarrhoea, dysentery* cholera tnof bus t / pain in stomach or bowels, etc., at M. B. Powell'*; Trial bottle free. Flour |i.50 per"100 ^pounds at C. A Chesher'6 mill. Ornin and feed of al kinds at bottom price. Fine stationery at t be bazar store. A complete assortment alwajs on hand. SHILOHS CURE, My dear, remarked a lads' to a on the street today, we are- going camp jig next week a u nd would like^to borrow root tent I am sorry, but we lent our entso much last year that it is all worn out. I understand though that Huiett itis 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 go and see him at once. A Surgical Operation, For the cute of Piles is alwayii painful, often dangerous and useless, and invariably^ expensive; on the other hand there la a new certain cure, perfectly painless^vgives instant relief and permanent /cure and costs but a trifle, [t is the Pyramid File Cure, tt is a mote certajn cure than a surgical operation, without any of, the intense pain, ex pfenso and danger «f an pperatlon. Any druggist will get it for you. . ^ '. '(f. ' Notice tcrCyclists. The practice of riding bicycles on the sida walks- must be stopped at once Any persons violating the law in this respect do so at thnir own peril. Keep off the.wnlks and save trouble. HOWE, Marshal. tfhe best Pertumes always in stock at G. H. Greene's Drugstore Ladies are invited to call and test them Kilburn's restaurant will be Open day and night:' The best of ineala and .'*'served. Screen doors and windows all sizes a Bosley'sv ' ' Children Cry for Pltcher'sCastorla, <>t<m cast always the best Cigars at Greene's Gail and Tr st fetqk the lowest prices V HYDE'S Drue Store Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Car«« Consumption, Congiu, Group, Sore Throat*;» Sold by till Drunp«u «n • Guarantee. For* LMB« Side, Back or Chest ShUoh'» Porous PU»Ur wiUglT* great tatiifaction.—ajcenta. Jttwruwd." Pot Dyspepsia. Liver or Kidney troubleitezoMv Price 75 eta. 4 PATARRH REMEDY. 1 T»ythl8H«nedy. ItwlU -...__ /»ljr relieve and Cure you. Price 60 'eta. Thta Injector for ita successful treatment is furnUhedfree. Remember, Shiloh'sBemedies •re Kid on » guarantee to give satisfaction. i „ . *• ..:' ./• ••< . For Sale % F. G. Seaman & Co. VIOLA I! Remove* Fr^cfts. P!'Spies, Uvor - Molat, 3'sckheade, iunbura and T.m, •!•! re- itorea the akin :o i 1 .-; origj- •Ujar and healthy rom- •lexlon Superior to ell fune preparations and 'pcrffvily uarraless. At _ aruggUui-or mailed for SO.'ts, Send {or Circulai VIOLA iKIM SOAP <« ' : n>pi7 Inumpmbl? u * kiQ I'oriTf « Soiji, ui-iju-:eil fur tue Uriel, »ol wllbgui t iTAl feff Lbl Burner/. Ah.olq|p|y purf &ud dtiUc&ULy ji9tU »ud. AI *i«wii«ii, Prico 25 Ceiitt. " C. Both the method and results wheu Byrup of Figs ia taken; it ia pleasant md TefreBhing, to thQ taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headache* and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Egg "is the only remedy or its. kind ever produced, pjeaamg to the taste and ac- f«Iw»M»4ke stomach,' -prompt in its iwtion aod truly beneficial m i Don't get excited, over croup or quinsy when Lavender Ointment wil relieve you within ten minutes if used us directed. 25 and 60 cents. Marshall June 33,'93. ' Tourist tickets to all principal points in the United States and Canada are now on sale at Michigan Central ticket ofllce. A New Certain Cnr« for Pile*. 'Ve dot intoScTto endorse any except artU else of genuine; merit; we therefore, take pleasure in recommending to sufferewf rom Piles in any form, a prompt and permanent cure. The following letters speak far them* selves: „ Mrs. Mary C. Tyler, of Heppner, Ore., writer, One pkg. of Pyramid Pile Cure entirely cured me of Files from which I have suffered for years, and I nape never h i_ the slightest return of them since. Mr. £. O'Brien, hock Bluffs, Neb., says- The pkg. of Pyramid Pile Cure entirely removed every trace of itching piles. I cannot thank you enough for it. The Pyramid Pile Cure* is a new, certain, painless cure for every form of Piles. It ia safe, cure and cheap. Any druggist will get itfor you if you ask him. The following item, clipped from the Ft Madison (towa) Democrat, contains infor We beg leave to announce that our ANNUAL • '.• • ••- -.. ' •: .OF- ; • '. DRY GOODS AND •-: will commence on 'DAY AUG. 12 and continue two weeks. People who took advantage of our last Dear's sale will at once see th^ advantage of attending this sale without further talk. Come early and secure the best bargains, as the goods must be closed out regardless.of cost, to make'room for our coming Fall Stock, GEORGE PERRETT. oiation vtell worth remembering: "Mr. John Both, of this city, tfho met with an accident a few days ago, spraining and bruising his leg and arm quite severely, was cured by one 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Fain Balm." This remedy is without an e^ual for sprains and bruises and should have a place in every household, For eale at Greene's drug store. •'Kecelver'a Kale. Unless previously disposed of at pri vale sale, I will on Thursday, the^ Slet day of of Au«U;St, 1893, sell at public •sale at the front door of the court house in Marshall, JMLh.. all remaining as sets of the National City -bank, consisting of a 7-12 interest in the property known/as the Eagle block, also the'Bui- lard Manufacturing works, both pieces of property being located iu fae city of of Marshall. Also one large bauk safe (double door, steel box and time lock,) office furniture, also all notes belonging to bank remaining unpaid at that time, and whatever remaining assets of said bank may be remaining in niy bauds at that date. • Terms of sale cash. . For further particulars enquire of TIJEEQN F. GILDINGS, Receiver, Kalamazoo, MicJ}. orJoh,n Houston, Esq., > ^ -MarebaU. "fepyal Buby" itv« WhUky is*"a Aye w ia a Bye/ 4 naturally npea^ and free from all .for«iga flavor and adulterants, guaranteed pure and over eleven years of age, reooimmjended to the connoia- seur aa a o^eri^rioua article worthy eonfi4enc£ p< l^vijidi!, ooyt^fnea^ ^ the aged. &jld oi;ly by F. O. Seaman * Co Druggists. ' " W A L L P A P E FRESH, UNIQUE, TASTY DESIGNS, Lowest . Prices. Call and Be Convincei CHEAPER GAS FOR LIGHT. TO OONStT|ylEBS OF GAS FOB FIJEI,, The Gas Company anounqes thejiollowing reduc tion in prices of Gas for LIGHTING wherever Gas is used ALSO for COOKING or HEATING to take effect on and after SBPTBMBBE 1 st 1892. BATES, $1.00 par lOOOJcttbic Ft. For all Q(it coneumed where ajQAS RANGE used, \ "'*'.. For all gaaoonBiuned where COOKING or HEATING'STOVES are uaad and th» mpnthl; fion,euinption la not lew than 1000 cufcio feet. B *t« for Qaa uaed-for IIQHTCtfO ONLY remain unchanged and are M fqllows: • „' ; ' Jte^is than 1000 cubic ft. in one momb, $2 OU per iOOCKcubio ft. 6000 w^io ft.-andless than 10,000 cu^ic ft 1 month $1 u& -per J XO,OQP Of ov0r, I month ill a bO per 1000 cu^io ftai, • \ the abov^Tatoi we aohjeot ta a disoouat of lo'ota per 1000 oaWo ft °wh»n 'Sry ?«y *v»^* w* «WK MpyHMUr •4«<M' A^IUWWUJJC*^ . ****** ntag ifr made 4w ^000. eonanjaaera to use gaa f or ooakio« wd bating " * t "" ' ~" J*K " " ^-^' -'\ 84DVWA0B -' n?*^.* - T?_J» "F T^y if* yf •«»«? *«*wJi>«»iiig: wfrum y*» <y yym ^J^^»|pB^f^|«SPW^^P 7 •r r -^ 'f^ Sept. 1st 1892, to - - ^ .^ r '7fr i . ^^ ^- r ,' - -' ^_ —.- 1 . !••- - j jw--"a-« t *ifcrp5FKr ^=*^^^cir •* isr^ ^F -is^ifig** *»- « • . *• — •? .t,;-; ^ S^l*^:^liv H-'' ^ -• ^ ^t ~' , T" v V^?^^a£^ _T~ -^*, '- t. rjgpg" , t ~ , Jff ^ -»-. .~^$: ^-, fe-^" ^^.7,^ - -, U l J"ilB= L 3ffil-&&» £T.V ^^£""^7 *' CanVeiUeiiee. -- ju>w to\«^^Mitt|l^jii^ t^Ir^fff^i .- HsM*!-

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