The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on April 29, 1893 · Page 1
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Chfoiiicle VOL X1V-NO 222 fARSHAtl, 1PRIL PRICE TWOOENJB Representative Moore Acts as • Pro tefn Speaker. ^ IS TrUOONSTITtJnONAL POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream-of t&rtar baking powder Highestof all in leavening strength Latest U. $* Government Food Re- qorts. ROYAL BAKING PONDER CO , v ' ' 100 Wall Street,"N.Y. "The Pace That Kills" ; is overwork — makes no difference what kind. Using greasy and inferior soaps is one road to -premature decay—sore hands- sore heaits-^clothes never clean. Not so when S AMERICAN FAMILY SOAP is used. Cheerfully proceeds the labor of wash-day with health and long life assured. Hands-aH-nght-— hearts light—clothes pure and white as a Greenland snowdrift, JAS. S. KIRK & CO.. Chicago. HUMPHREYS' Dr. Humphreys' Specific* ure scientifically aucl carefully" prepared KefneUIes, used for years In private practice tvad for over thirty years by the people with entire sucei'Ka. Every single Specific a special cure for the disease named. Tney euro without drugging, purging or reducing tbe system and^are in fact and deed the Sovereign Remedies of the World. uar OF FBixcieM. son. cuim. **»*•• 1— Feversj- Cougestloiifl, Inflammations.. .25 it— Worms Worm Fever, Worm Colic... „ .33 • 3— Teething I C«Uc, Crying, Wakefulnees ,25 4-Diarrhea. of Children or Adults ....,-, *2§ »— Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis.. ..... .^.... .25 S-i-Neuralpia, Toothache. Faceaclie...... .25 9— HeadacbeM, Slcfc Headache, Vertigo.. .25 1 0— Dyspepsia. BlliouBjicss,'Constlpatkin. .25 ll-BuppM5i.*ed t>r Painful Period*..; .25 A2-Whitef, Too Profuse Pwlods.. ....... ~ .25 13— Croup* Laryngitis, Hoarseness...... .25 14— Salt Rheum, Erysigplaa. Eruptions.. .25 15— Rheumatism, Rheumatic Pains ....*. .25 16-M*larla, Chills, FeVer and A«ue. ..... .25 l»-Catarrii, Influenzw, Cold In the Head, .35 90— Whooping Cough... .................. . -25 37— Kidney Oiseaiieu» M ..... *i The legislature Adjourns , Vntll Tuesday and the Members Start for Ohjcago 10 Be Present at the Opening of the World's Fair—One Thousand Men Out of Work- Other State News. IiANsftfo, April 29.—When the house convened yesterday morning, it was without a presiding officer. The speaker had gone to Chicago and there existed some misunderstanding between that officer and Speaker Pro Tern Moore, BO that the latter felt unwilling to take the chair. He made a brief statement of the-conditions existing, Mr'. Hammond of Ingham was called, to the chjiir temporarily,.when Mr. Summer mo^ed the house reaffirm its entire confidence in Speaker Pro Tern Moore, and he bj> requested to preside. This was adopted by a unanimous standing vote and Mr. Moore assumed the duties and thanked the house. In the senate-Mr. Clark offered a protest, which was received, dissenting from the action of the senate yesterday, in refusing to .receive and make an amendment to the "Orange" "bill. The committee on insurance reported favorably on the Ferguson bill, prohibiting discrimination against colored persdpa by life insurance 'companies. J A bill authorizing the Grand Rapids Driving club, to sell liquor at their grounds was favorably reported. Senator Dqran inaoe a fruitless attempt to place it upon immediate passage. The ' committee on normal school made a' favorable report on the bill appropriating §15,000 for a normal school at Mt. Pleasant. The remainder of the session was spent on the general tax bill. The senate struggled along until nearly 4 p. m., when it adjourned until Tuesday next at 10 a in,. In the house the judiciary committee reported th<5 Kline capital punishment ! bill and recommended its passage. t A bill passed amending the general game law which was given immediate effect. ' | Mr. Blakely's bill, increasing the bounty on •vyolves from §8, to $10, was I defeated by a vote of 36 to 35, The house then Went into, committee of the whole, with Efammond in the chair, considering several bills; the most important of which .was that extending aid to the State Agricultural society. Its consideration was not finished, however, when the committee rose and the house adjourned. The house -spent the afternoon in committee • of the whole, agreeing .to bills for the selection of seats in the house of representatives by lot; appropriating §1,200 for the years. 1993 and 1894, in aid of the industrial home fdr- .diseharged prisoners at Detroit; providr ing for 1 the ''retirement of members $f the Detroit police force on half pay jyhen aged or disabled; amending tbye general law, for incorporation of elei?- fric and-gaslightcompanies; providing a method for the termination of life estates; amendatory of the law for organization of state Baptist conventions. A bill making eight hours a legal day's labor waa killed and laid upon the table. The committee -on rules submitted a report recommending some amendments, and the, same 'was ordered employes of the Ann Arbor line, The • former was yardmastefat Ann Arbor. While the latter was-a switchman there. The other night a heavy freight trisiih arrived there. It could not pull over a grade without the help of v a switch en 1 gine> for which therei was no-fireman. Master Mechanic Bradley ordered Hoiden and then«Pott8 to fire the engine, but both refused to fire for the "scab" engineer, and Jfhey. were promptly fired them Suicide of a Boy. 'SKEQON, April 29.—One of the it deliberate suicides in the- history uskegon was discovered yesterday r ternoon. Frederick Samran, a lad of 16 yearS) living with his parents just south of the city, was found hanging in the slaughter "Xiouse. He had taken a big rope, fastened.it to a .beam, threw It over an . adjoining beam and then brought it up in under, fastened it ground his neck with a big noose and jumped off a ladder. He died from strangulation. No motive tor the deed is known, J..OO 30— Crinarjr Weolu>e*0, Wetting Bed.. > .25 HUMPHREYS' WITCH -H^ZEI* Oil-, " The Pfle Olmmerit:f~Trlat B&e,. %5 fcu. ~ Bolt by JJrotf l«t«;"cr »BnV po»timld on p«. Hn«rB»iT»'MANDAI. (U« p»gt»,1 «tm- HCKPHBtf8* VEJD. CO., 1II *111 WJlBw ft., 1EVTOUUC, ^feeglFIQB printed in the journal afld made the special order for some date to be here* after fixed. ^ • The house then adjourneountu Tuesday at .10 a" m. ' \ •; ' The legislative pafrty left for Chicago <m the lfichJ.gan.Cenja-4 »* 7 P- ™-. ,- ** One. Thousand Out of Work* ' BESSEMER, April 29.—-Orders' have been.received to shut down the Colby mines of this place today. This will thrpw l.OQO men out of work. No rea- Bori is known for this sudden change of policy, . The mines-shut down are the .Tilden, Colby and Palms* The pumps will be kept, running to keep all the mines free of water, but miningwill be discontinued until there are sales of ore how in stock. Not Definitely Settled. HOLLY^ April 29.—It has not been definitely settled yet whether the Michigan Pre^a association will hold one or two days' session at Detroit. If two days, they will be the 5th and Oth of July. If one day, only the latter. Friday morning,, the 9th, the party will take the new steamer built by the Cleveland Steam Navigation company for Mackinac island, arriving there at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon. < The party will remain on the island until Sunday at 2 o'clock, When they will take the new steamer Manitou of the Lake Michigan and Lake Superior Transit com- ,ny line for Chicago, arriving there y afternoon. In a Trance. FREMONT, April 29.—Miss Nina Miller of Fremont was taken suddenly ill op Saturday. After an illness of only a few days the doctor pronounced - her dead, and preparatsons were made for her burial. Just before the arriva.1 of the hearse it was discovered "that, by laying the girl on her side, color Would come .to her face. The funeral was postponed. It-is supdosed that the girl;is in atraqee. "•, • < • : A Meeting Called, ANN ABBOE, April r 29^pr. J. M. Lee of Rochester, preside^ of the State Homeopathic society Of New York, and also of the Homeopathic Alumni association of the University of Michigan, has called a meeting of the alumni association to meet May 4 in Lansing, conjointly with the Michigan State Homeopathic Medical society. • A* * nat ttme an attempt will be made to bolster up the* homeopathic department of the university. ' • , . State Sanitary Convention. April 29.--The 38th state convention met here v Thurs- da^y.^iju.i number of physicians and prominent men o£ the stai$ are in attendance. The chief subject pf Thursday's meetipg 3?as the- restriction of dangerous and contagious diseases, discussed from the standpoint of -P» DP 1 " Sunday Opening'bUcussed. : CHXOAdb,' April' 29«—The Sunday Openirig^jjuestiott Was vigorously dis^ Bussed yesterday afternoon by the com- i&ittee on judiciary of the world's fair national commission. Their decision will taot be made known until next Tuesday. The advocates of Sunday opening are apparently in a majority on the committee, but there is" an exceedingly strong opposition, headed by Com mlssioner Massey of Delaware, who is confident of maintaining thVstaina quo, taking the stand that congress has settled the whole matter and\ they do not wish the commission to go\pn record as opposing the body which created it. On the other hand Commissioner St. Clair of West Virginia, is making a strong effort to have the judiciary committee frejport favorably .oh Sunday opening and, it is Claimed, with some" prospect of'success. . To Revoke Insurance Lleeme. TOPEKA, April 29.--The superintendent of insurance has been petitioned to revoke the license of all in- „ surance companies in accordance with tjie recent opinion of the attorney gen- Aral that all foreign companies that, sought the federal courts to defeat collection of losses should be excluded from the state. The superintendent of insurance will hand down an opinion today. Relieved of hin'Money.- CADILLAC, April 29;—Burglars relieved Jj H, Falsted, a Tustin" farmer, of $20.30 in cash and $2,050 in banking paper. They will be unable to collect anything on the .latter. ,? ''A Prominent Lawyer Dead. NEWAVQO, April 29.—Colonel J. H. Standish, one of the oldest' inhabitants of Newaygo, died yesterday • morning. He was an old soldier and a prominent lawyer. MJr,hlKttD Mining School. ' A 8ta|e School-.of Mining Engineering,' giving practical instruction m Drawing, . Physics, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Shop-practice, Chemistry, Assaying, Ore Dressing, Mettallurgy, Surveying, Mining, Mineralogy, Petography, Geology, etc. Has summer schools m Surveying, Shop-practice and Field Geology, Laboratories, Shops and Stamp Mill well equipped. Tuition free. For catalogue apply to the Director, Houghton, Michigan. •\Tt7ANTEfD—Faithful gentleman or lady to as V? slijt In office. .Poaltioo. perinam-nt. Railway fare advanced here if engaged. Euclotu reference and aol£-»ddrecned ctamped envelope. THE jsA't'IONAL, »J MoVickor'a BulldiDg,XtiJT cago, 111, . Favoring Injiurattc* Couapanleti. 29^—The sup ,.-TOorniBig granjjed a mandamus, '"op|4p?ll|ng .the boar^d .of CARTERS ister, the lav-yer and the health officer and physician. Dwelling Burned, April g».—The dwelling of H. H.<a»pron, located in the west part 4»f' Grass take ^^^S? 8 flames startea-,in an upper chanraer and spreadao rapidly tljat <»$?>.8r.fft*t °f m tonflehofd epect* o«,^_ ,low«j; «opr could be removed. J covered l>y iagurffflSB. "WWf fii-" •Pacesemr" lif ^?** " •WJ L 5 SfrKeir ? _~t^\~^# -Vt _ „ i . ^ : .course of WBSfctyfswfB,- '• *• Sick Hoftd*che and •it it >o ahiiloo*..Bjtat^o( tho tystem »UQh ar Di Jl ziDe««/NtuBeft,:Drowaina»ia/DUtx««8 a."tek eating. Pain in tba Side. to. While tbelr moid feniMkable •ucceaa haa boon «ho wn in oudng. 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