The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 8, 1891 · Page 1
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 1

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, June 8, 1891
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V JMARSHAL'L, MICH., MONDAY JUNE 8,1891. CANADA'S PREMIER DEAD. A. V/, 1 ' A Pure Cream of Tartar' Powder. Superior to every other known. Vsed in Millions of Homes— 9 40 Years the Standard. DeUdpns Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky Biscuit, G-iddle 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 pos. Ian guarantee, atest that no other cure cansuc, cessfolly stand. That it may become known, the Proprietors, at an enormous expense, are jUacag a Sample Bottle Free into avery home m the United States and Canada. If you have •fcCoiijh/Sore Throat, or Bronchitis, use it, for 4 will cure yew. If your child has the Croup, «r Whooping Cousin use it promptly, and relief I*/??**' * If you dread that insidious disease txWSBnittibn, use it. Ask your Druggist for :.-4IL£>irS CURE, Price 10 c'ts., 50 cts. and 1 '°2^ « yonr Lnn 8s are sore or Back lame • » baHoh's Porous Plaster, Trice 25 cts. Sir John lYIacdonald Gave Up the Struggle Peacefully at 10:85 Saturday Nlgutv OTTAWA, Out., Juno 8.—Sir John Macdonald is no more. The distinguished statesman, who guided the political destinies of Canada for i early half a century, passed peouefully nwny at 10:65 tonight, surrounded by the entire household. Lady MacdOnald, the noble wife who bore up so bravely dnu ing the fatnl illness, is now prostrated with grief. All the church bells are tolling and thousands of citizens are eipreesing deep regret at the premier's demise. For hours the members of the ""household had been watching at the bedside, waiting to see life depart. Although the phj sicians declared last night that Sir John could not live until morning, they had not made allowance for hin marvelous vitality. Losing conbdoujin.^ SO hours ago and obtainingno uourishmont since, save small quantities of champagne, which were with difficulty administered. The premier, sick unto death, kept up the unequal struggle until 10 o'clock tonight. At 10 p. m. complete collapse set in. In the succeeding few minutes which elapsed the breathing became more and more labored. Th'e respiration was abeut 35 and the slightest flutter of the heart indicated li f e's presence. At 10:15 the premier gave a few long and heavy respirations and without a struggle or the slightest evidence of paini passed away. The official programme of the funeral an rangemeuts is as follows: The body will be privately moved from Earnscliff to the parliament buildings, and will lie in state there from 1 o'clock Tuesday morning till the hour of the funeral. The Mate funeral will leave the ^parliament buildiSgsJat one o'clock p. m.' Wednesday for St. Albans church, whence the bjpdy will be conveyed to Kingston. The body will lie in state at the city hall, Kingston, uptil Thursday noou, when the interment will take place. PRICE TWO GUTS H. A, TIUOTSOJT, JUSTICE Of TrWEAM AMD CONVEYANCER^ behalf. He took (ha Chinamen come into isb —— ii i •• "T,^M«**> JffM Wtfl •o far aa tb«, treaty bafcren 4k»: 8tat*andEngiai^if.4ipn* ' ' tied to their righto «•' tUk United ~ - the United State*, the ideas, to ._„ Chinaman being lawfully ia°Canada legal right tapajs to and fro boundary at his pleasure^ and then United States Uw prohibiting a ""**• lawfully in Canada' fron United Statee. Tbe Chinamen axe N jail at Ogdenaburg, and are likely'to there for some time yet '"'' '"'" &£ THE (TATA AFFArtt The Seizure of be* Arau lion Makes Ibe IqpiBo, June 7,—There is ment here over tbedecisi admiral to take the ItaL the discharge of her arms The press is very bitter and BE A MAN ID.i£eKoi, -«-«u, u . 'i- J. oa »°**<»• -TesUmonlala fctTChM^uTRWdonituti^Tllu^ "A no »»*«<U •RIE^f^r^B^V^to,^ TFTt 7 r-5 •'« -< T • tfmcnmf to tt»servfc*w since dis- _jr OM Midler i» rich w i>oor. rgi-9T^¥«H9.-'4b „, Lan4 foJWtPft. WWU^y t)r*«, House Block* ~^*H*r«cs, HYDROPHOBIA. Three Two »f I h y Mad Cuttle and are Already Dead. KASSAH CITY, Mo.^ June 7.— Some two weeks ago u niad dog bit a steer, one of a herd of cattle belonging to the Vandburg Bruthers, living in the western portion of AtchisoLi Co., Ks. The steer was soon af- with hydrophobia, which spread to other members ot tSe herd. -, There were three of the Vandburg brothers' and each of tht :a wiia bitten by one' of another of the afliieted acimald. They did not know the terrible^natiire of the disease with which their-Sittle \ver« afflicted and paid no particular attention to their injuries until Friday, when oue of the-Wothers became vjo- lentJy illj^ith hydrophobia. last night he died in tpq.most cxcrutiating agony. Today another of the brothers died, and the third was brought to this city by a' surgeo iliawuri Paeitic corps, where he w n the Missouri Pacific Hospital.- all of the terrible symptoms of hydropobia and it is not believed that medical skill win avail him anything. ' The phyacians say he eannof survive but a day or two at the farthest.- • • • floor i --m ——-»•» «*ww>| wuiuuw a graVe eno'v thus indirectly assisting ih« rtiotsiof. • ' • ElNacionaJ, in an editorial, says: „. know we have the sympathies »f the people of America aad also of the people of HI other civilised nations, batik* aet of th* United States government again* * weaker power in arms for liberties and rights is at* in harmony with tbe traditiou of that gott ernment." ; , . The article conclude*: "LsA the Ameri cans take our ships and out anM, but let them reflect •• • •• - - '- Jwartsof ing been dep^v«d i *~r~, m ing lost faitn in the nobleness of, ^^ -^ liberality, of eentimenU of the goverrini«S •*•«-* at Washington." ; ~' <Hr W WASHUIOTOH, June 7.—Information i)ar °~ been received in this city from Chili to " " effect that the insurgent MK/^n^r Itata. u-, /ore proceeding to Iqniqwe, from Tocopola, landed at the latter phK»6,OQp;pi0Mtl94 a F 8. Powers, the leading; tyftya»M» iMleaJy IMS- Jwaia^il,.) . vu «UI,ID *»• wu. •«••, .om let •"<»M»««.»BP QOUQ. M ect that they leava nailed U tha ^J»^»,^»^irtf 3,000,000 man savtinuntoolLha^ wt*rthfMiMiByfc»i: aitilin the nnhlnnMu nt Mi.W^IV ••w»*W*»W>«fclfcf tenced young WU1 Thome, the S&ginf. dude forger, to Ionia »n»on today for t»o years. This greatly outraged theeigarelte fiend, and he called the judge aTarythiag i* COulri tkinV »« AL.l. _„ —:i. n_ .. • —Tu- ~*i m p.\ that through getapaidoji. iThe Michigan Central will, on Jane ^th, sull tickets from Marshall toKabv irazoo and return at the rate of one and oue-hali cents per niile in each dirac- iun with fifty cente added for adaiia ioa ou uccount of Fprepau^h'a show. Tickets gowj returniug'sajaie date, d J32 a R. UgBOjas, Ticket Agent l>r. Wl B. Church's prescription tile wleltatF.G. Seaman &.Ck>.V UrftJ tore. .Any old prescription" caja be hid — J by going thwe. ^ - - of catarrh, and all the can bay fail to give her comfort. »*ii. and would give

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