The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 28, 1891 · Page 1
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 1

Centralia, Washington
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Thursday, May 28, 1891
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DAILY VQl—NO XII220. MARSHALL, MICH., THURSDAY MAY 28,1891. PRICE TWO CENTS Powder A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. Superior to every other known. Used in Millions of Homes— 40 Years the Standard. Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky Biscuit, Griddle Cakes, Palatable • * and Wholesome, i Mo other baking powder does such work. SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE. The success of this Great Cough Cure is Without a parallel in the history of medicine. All druggists are authorized to sell it on a positive guarantee, a test that no other cure can successfully stand. That it may become known, the Proprietors, at an enormous expense, are placing a Sample Bottle Free into every home to the United States and Canada, if you have aCoagh, Sore Throat, or Bronchitis, use it, for •A will cure you. If your child has the Croup, or Whooping Cough, use it promptly, and relief js sure. •> If you dread that insidious disease Consumption, use it. Ask your Druggist for •JHILOH'S CURE; Price 10 cts., 50 cts. and 1*1.00. If your Lungs are sore or Back lame ; \ ;s Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Price 25 cts. STABBED HIM SIX TIMES. A Bloody Affair In the State Soldier*' Home at Grand Kf&lda. GBAND RAEIDB, Mich., May 27.—The first tragedy in tho annals of the state Soldiers' Homo Has been reserved for the new democratic administration. It occurred about exght o'clock tonight. Henry Harrington, nn inmate of the home from this city, is the victim and he has half a dozen uglj wounds on his side the result of an attack upon him by Henry Morse, another inmate. The two veterans have long been on ill terms, but what the quarrel was agoutis unknown tonight. Harrington was lying on his bed in his dormitory half asleep when Morse quietly opened tho door and crept in. .He had a wicked looking knife in his hand with a large blade and a keen edge. Ho walked up to the bed whore Harrington was dozing and without a word of warning plunged the blade into his side. Again and again he Struck, inflicting in all six deep wounds. Then he fled. The alarm was not given until the assassin had disappeared and he effected his escape. Officers are now in pursuit of him, but up to midnight he had not been captured. , Harrington was given attention as soon as the first excitemer-t had passed. The blood was flowing in torrents from the cats and he would have bled to death but for prompt treatment. He is still alive but the extent of his wounds has not been ascertained yet. It is considered doubtful if he will live. Harrington formerly lived in the city. He is 44 years old and his reputation is unsavory. He has been discharged from the home several times for intemperance, but has succeeded each time in being reinstated, Morse hails f roux Detroit and was admitted to the home Oct. 15 last. He is 46 years old, of an ugly disposition especially when intoxicated and his last pension money went for liquor. The two men had a quarrel recently and ill blood existed between them, but. what it was about does not appear. . CARTER'S CUR auv Headache and relieve all too troubles fncE> £ent to, a bilious state of the »yutem. euoh aB Cixxtaeu. Nausea, Drowsiness. Dia trees aTter •• —-'Bin the Side, tie. While their mesa jsuccess has fegsn shown in curing yet Carter's Little Liwr Pfflfl 3M A< " Oonetipatdon, curing and pro-' .jnuii g oror > j^er and regulate the bowels. Eveu IT they only — -- — - - • ECO,,NewY DOSE, S Common Council. In council May 25,1891, Mayor Porter presiding. Eoll called. Absent Aids. Dobbins and Thompson. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. .r, Finance committee reported bill of B. H. Sanderson back to council." Moved and carried that bill be allowed. By Alderman Southworth RESOLVED, That recorder be instructed to borrow $2,000 at six per cent interest, note to run until 16th of August. Resolution adopted. Aid. King asked for further time for street committee on sewer on east eide of Division street. Same granted. By Aid. Dean > RESOLVED, That Charles Porter be em- .ployed at $3 per day to build cement walk and approaches in front of Presbyterian church, material to be furnished by, the city under the direction of the marshal. Resolution adopted. By Aid. Dean « RESOLVBP, That a man be employed to repair concrete walks in the city. Resolution adopted. By Aid. Perrin. • RESOLVED, That fence be taken from,cast end park. Resolution adopted. By Aid. Perrin RESOLVED, That theFe" be tight seats for west park and six for east park procured from the G. A. Bullard Seat Works. The ayes and nays were called resulting as follows: Ayes—Aids. Brewer, King, Perrin and Keuchle, four. Nays—A^ds. Southworth, Dean and recorder,, three. Reso'lu- tion carried. By Aid. King RESOLVED, That marshal procure new lawn mower. Carried. - ' By Aid. King , RESOLVED, That marshal be instructed to continue stone box on South Eagle street near apple house. Resolution adopted. STOP1 And read this. I have concluded to sell rll of my stock of groceries and fixtures at cost and go out of the business. So I will soil on and after May' first just what the goods cost me at < wholesale. This offer you never had before, so cotnn quick and get your share, I will name a few t lings. 50o Tobacco .860 OOoTea: .......4pc Clear Salt -Pork, boneless. .7o S8o Coffee..... -.. •••••v 2 2S 26 bars Soap .. .^.j.^. .f 1 00 4i£ Ibs crackers.... ....25o Can goods, fresh, from 8 to lOp Baking, warranted... 9o per lb And every thing ,at iust cost. This ia a great chance for all who may come. West of the park. JOHN H. McNAMEa. The Rice Creek mills make the best flour to be had in the city. First class workmen at F. S. Powers'. Do not confuse the Famous Blnsh of Rove w th the many worthless paints, powders dreams and bleaches which are flooding tho market. Uet the genuine of your drnggiat. M. B. Powell, 75 cents per bottle. And I guarantee it will remove your pimples, freckles, blackheads, moth, tan and sunburn, and give you .a lovely complexion. 1 JOB L,OT1 JOB UOTI Have just received a job lot of bronze, and antique oak frames for cabinet Daniel Ross reported that Mumaw & Briegel had $1,254.50 worth of the work on contract done, and had received but $500. A LOTTERY SHARK FINED. and 8x10 pictures, which will be sold at the astonishingly low prices of 5Cc and 75o. Same frames usually sold for more than double the money. Come early to get first choice. tf ' 3. B. SMITH. , notice bealmoetpriceloMtotJioeowho Mr. Ncubi ner, of Milwaukee, Must P«j 83,000. MILWAUKEE, \yis., May 27.*-An, agent of the Louisiana lottery has been brought to justice in this city. Technicalities have been the modes of shielding a large number of offenders against the new federal law, but in this case they did not suffice, and a tool escaped, while the real offenders pay the penalty. In the r United States district court baugh, yesterday afternoon Judge Jenkins passed $56.25. sentence un Joseph Neubouer, who has long been an agent of the big southern swindle. He moved in tolerably good society and had a business standir.g, although it was well known that he represented the. big lottery. Among his customers were, deacons and pillars of .the .church, whose-names are even now in possession of the federal authorities. In this case they'could not be shielded, because Uncle Sam did not know them. Judge Jenkins fined Neubouer $600 on six different counts, making a total of $3,000.' Neubouer is also in trouble; on account of having tried to tamper with thefpderal jury. Merrill'* .Price I*l«t. 20 Ibs gi-«,n ulated sugar...........|1 00 14 Ibs eutloaf sugar............... 100 3°lbs Men-ill's mixed coftee...-.-.,.. 1 00 =8 dpz fresh eggs........... — .1 00, Pine ifpples, solid stock 15c or two 25 Bananas two for. .". 05 Ingersoll's superior flour per sack. 60 10 Ibs Brazil nuts.......... I 00 4 Ibs chocolate drops......... —, 1 00 Pine upples. good ones. ,. 15 5 Ibs Merrill'8'50c tea 300 10 Ibs genuine maple sugar; 1 00 Hammock seats two. for. 25 Rememtier these- "prices-arts cood -for this,evening and tomorrow. ' H. M MBRBILV Accepted and recorder • instructed to draw an order for $400, leaving the required 25 per cent back. By Aid. Southworth RESOLVED, That the mayor confer with «• •"-* «»-*• city papers in regard to printing the fullVguaranteed. council proceedings. , Resolution adogted. Rules suspended and following bills al-. lowed: William Quigley, repairing tolling hammer for city bell, $2; George H. Greene, medicine for horses, 90 cents; John Waltz, blacksmithing, $3.05; Andrew Ruddock, biacksmithing, $2.95; J. Bosenbark, cleaning mas holes, $7; Alonzo Howell, police service, one night, $2; Robert Schelly,' jo- lice service, one-half, night, $1; J. B. Al- Ed S. Lewis has opened the Npvelty Iron Works on Exchange street and is prepared to do jobbing of all kinds. Engines, Reapers, Mowers and all kinds of Farm -Machinery repaired on short by expert workmen. Just nt this season n specialty is .made of repairing and sharpening Lawn Mowers. A trial order is solicited. Satisfaction Before buying Flour, Grain or Feed call at C. A. CHESHEB'S MILLS. All kinds of Feed ground and all kinds of Grain bought and sold. flow Often We see some young man who has squan- labor, $6.50; marshal's time roll, .. A communication from C. Colegrove Post, 166, G. A. R., thanking the council for the appropriation for Decoration Day waare^ ceived and placed on file. An invitation was also received from the. same quarter for the council to participate in the observance of Decoration Day, Saturday, May 30th and accepted. On motion council adjourned for two weeks. ' . R. R. FISHER, Recorder. II O ROv CUUA0 jwuug *u»u vvuvr *«••• «i«g **•»*- dered his money and rained hia health by excesses; and before 30 years of age la as all broken 3 down and played out man. In nil auoh oases I prescribe nature's. tonio and »er- vine, Sulphur Bitters. They supply food for the brain, strengthen the nerves and ar» snocttssf nl nine coses out of ten— Old Physi- ' cian Children &| fo.Pitchtf* "Golden Medical Discovery" cures those diseases which cpme from the blaod impurities—scrofula and skill diseases, sores and aweUiuge. . , , '.' •, But does it? , Jt's put up by the thousands ef gallons, and sold to hundreds of thousands. Canit cure as well/as though it had been compounded iust foi'yoa.'i ' Its makers say that thousands of people who have had Tetter and Salt-rheum, Eczema and Erysipelas, Carbuncles and Sore Eyes. Thick Neck and Enlarged Glands, an well today because they used it. Suppose that this is so. Suppose that a quick-witted loan was far-seeing enough to know that to cleanse the blood was to cleanse the life. Suppose tiiat by many experimenter and after mans faUures, he dwcpvered .this golden key to health and that his faith in it lo'f jrow law strong that you- fi»agoto yont druggiat, buy a bottla, and it it doesn't help you, you oanget you* ino»ey wtvaaed— cheerfully... Will yon cry i c ;? . ^_The remedy to" have iiitu in, is thf remedy the maker* themselves have faith, in. Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking po Highest of all in leavening ' Tr T . --•-**. -^ ' • '_" M rder. '.:.. \

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