The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 10, 1891 · Page 1
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MARSHALL, MICH., WEDN 1 SDAY JUNE 10.1891. MR. NOBLE TO RESIGN. I^oula Powder A Purp Cream of Tartar Powder. Superior to every otheAknown. y^ in Millions of Homes— ."'.' , ,, 40 Years th£ Standard. ike and Pastry, Light Flaky lit; Griddle Calces, Palatable .'- i''j w '!•••; 4i"^ Wholesome. ''j , jfcfbclta* JJpWng W«Ki« does such work. • SHILOrTS CONSUMPTION CURE. , f , Tip MCCess of this Great Cough Cure is ' ;:i irithoat ft parallel in the history of medicine. '\ All dnunnsU are authorized to sell it on a DOS- S * ' fff •£• }. 1 -. fc,fe\'i.'c ¥' *,4v?j|l*e«i5intee,'atest that no other cure can suc- - ^jCMFnuly stand. That it may become known, "^.T<the Erofirietors^ at an enormous expense, are --• placing* Sample Bottle Free into every home A ttJ^lJnued States and Canada. if you have ' * Cough. Sore Throat, or Bronchitis, use it, for • < will cure you. If your child has the Croup, ..'-^r ^Vhooping Cough, use it promptly,, and relief '^WW.^ If you' dread that insidious disease CoMOmutipn, use it. Ask your Druggist for ^HILOH'S CURE, Price 10 cts., 50 cts. and ««.oo. If your Langs are sore or Back lame. v..» ShUoh*8 Porous Plaster, Price 25 cts. A A;-I - v* •\-J: <•.'-"• ^ We are a patient people-—the is nowhere in comparison. Vetniy lamp-chimneys by tjie dozen; they go on snapping and /ciopping and flying in pieces; and we go on buying the very same chimneys year after year, is willing to sell «hfrahey a week for ev<|ry a hundred or On the Secretary's i:«turn ti» He Will l*nvp OHIco. ST. Louis, Juno !).— Gen. John \V. Noblo will return to St. Louis from Hot- Springs during tho present week, and it is stated by lis friends in this cily that his resignation' as secretary of tho interior will. fio forward .o President Harrison at tint .time. It is further stated that Gen. Noble will at once •csuinc the practice of law in St. Louis,.rfir. turning gladly to llio 'shades of private life. That his return to St. Louis this week will, nuwcver, be practically n return for good is stated as a known f.;tt by several well posted people. A most positive pioco of circumstantial evidence pointing to this fact is bo- ing discussed by m:\ny of Mrs. Noble's friends in St. Louis. The evidence in question Was tho return from Washington of Mrs. Ueyere, Mrs. Noble's "companion," a St. Louis lady, who >vns invited to Washington to l-vi-uiiK 1 - one of Secretary Noble's household shortly after tho Noble family moved to the national capital. Mrs. Dc.veto has returned to resuino her life in St. Louis, and it is claimed by Mrs. Nublc'n friends that this is proof positive that the Noble household in Washington hr.a been broken up prematurely, the !Mjcn.tary having iinally decided boyoud all question to resign from tho Harrison cabinet. Tiiis belief is held because of Mrs. Noble's well known regard for ho "companion," which, it is said, would never have allowed her to consent to Mrs. Dovorts's withdrawal from tho Washington homo unless the Nobles themselves had also resolved to give up Washington life, AN INSTANCE OF HORSE SENSE. A Team Kin nuts 10 Km: Uv>r u ClitUI in .» its liaby C'nir.t £ •. CANTOS, O., Juuo 0. — A remarkable illustration of equine j^rfeTligbncc is reported from Buck Hill. A rmm urunud Marsha'l was driving into to\wi with a two horse team pulling a load of hay. II. 1 . had becu iadul find -overmuch and foil- asleep, leaving his earn to go as it pk>iis..d. A hired gill of one of the neighbors had bean trundling a ittlo child in »a low wheeled buggy, and while stopping to chat with a friend carelessly left the Luggy in tho middle of the. IN SEARCH OF WHISKY. Cambridge, BIttBg., Aulliurlllrg Stop n Funeral Procession. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jutie 9.—Sunday'the police ttopped a funeral procession and searched every carriage for whisky. The long lino of carriages had proceeded, barely a quarter of a mile when the horses which drew the first vehicle were rudely seized by the head by several policemen and the j,YholeJine_was ^suddenly brought to a halt. "Have you got any liquor in here?" ly asked one of the bluccoats. ' -6«nnbridgo is a prohibition town, and no liquor can pass through hero on Sunday. We have it on good authority, you've got something with which to celebrate "Thts-&jneral so shell but." In vain did the mourners protest and' call the officers' attention to the fact that it was a funeral. It made no difference with these puritanical constables. They had been told to search the carriage, and search it they did. They found no whisky. Rud^ i/-f/^iT-. KILLED BY NEEDLES AND PINS. Fntal ICvsult of u Seuumtress Tbom In lioaom of Her Dress. YOBK, Pa., June 9.—A peculiar malady of which Miss Lillie Miller, daughter of Henry Miller,.of this city, has been suffering for a number of years, has resulted in 'her death. The -young lady, who was 25 years of age, was a seamstress, and had the habit of sticking large numbers of needles and pins into the bosom of her tight-titting dresses. The pins and jieedles entered the flesh ami worked out in different portions of the body. Even after discovering the result of her habit, she was unable to break off. "Dropsy and blood poisoning set in, caused, the doctors say, by tl e pins. The young lady suffered intensely, and the case baffled the skill of physicians, who pronounced it the most singular that had ever come under their observation. PhlGE TWO CKKT JIM SMITH'S REVENGE. ,Ue P«y» ItolHtlvcH Interfered With His UomoHtlo HitpplneiB. PLAINKIELD, N. J.', Juno 9.— James D. Smith never lived much with his wife Lizzie because, he says, her relatives 'interfered. He thought out a scheme for revenge, and put it hit o execution by sending collect telegrams, with his wife's name signed to them, to all her relatives in Maryland, Long Island and New Yoik, telling them of his "death and inviting them to the funeral. Jim in his old clothes and comfortably smoking a clay pipe, sat on a rail fence behind the brush heap, to see the mourners arrive. When the train came in twenty mourners, most of them women, got off. They brought flowers and other offerings,and some of them who did not know Jim asked him the way to Lizzie Smith's house. He directed them and also heard them talk with each oth^r about his own peculiarities. Then he made himself scarce. The wife's relatives came back to the station pretty hore were no accommodations for them ai the house, and they all had to go home. H. A, TILLOTSON/ JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND CONVEYANCER. All business attended to promptly and carefully. Has a safe to keep judgment docket uiid other valuable papers in. tnre a year— and we plow for him* pay him for goading us. vlifacMi's " pearl top " and glass dp not break wernade of as not our dealer rather his chimneys d break;" it's good for the business," says he. He biiys *i%$& tffftUest ones he can get. " "**- -^ are you going to do If I^HOAL 00., BUFFALO.N. V. ruad ju*t heavily loaded h:iy wagon iajinly iu~i?si fapt occupant which oaiue along. Tho driver of the wagoa \vaa suddenly awakened by the wagon comiug to ;i. stand? still. The sleepy felluw rubbed his eye's aud saw his t\vo quiet nnd eeu.sibk; horses tiKating the buggy c.nd its jn- > directly jn their pa'th and which they had _refused to i run i. The child's buggy had been struck by the wagoa tonyue, upsetting it and throwing the child under thu, wheels. fei.-iilllor li-liiiarjilr,' Stitce8xor.' Cuj,cAGOs;Juue U.-^The Hon. E. J, Pnelps, of; Burlington, Vt.,es Minister to England, is in Chicago ou a vacation. He says: "Secretary of-War Proutor will probubiy be ex- Senator Edmunds' successor. Th« Govern- choose* someone for tho vacant seat before the Seuato nieets, aud if tho Secretary desires tho office no douut'ho can have IS ALGER FOR BUAINE? For all inflammations of thb bronchial tubes or bad colps, Kelloggs's Columbian, Oil is a splendid remedy. A few drops should bo taken clear on sugar every three or four hours, and bathe the throat and chest two or three times a day. It speedily allays the irritations, ticklings and itching, and creates a healthy action, and a complete cure is readily effected. For sale at Greene's drug store. The Micbigair-0eu.li ai will, ou June sell tickets fniui Mars-hall to Kala- irazoo and return at ther.ii^ of one and oiie-bull cents per mile iji ouch direc- tidp wiUi fifty cents aiidcd for admia sioa op account of For'epaugli's show. Tibkets good returBiug saiuo s.!ate. d J22 C U U>BO^Sf, Tic/vi Agient. , F , Powci 1 ^, th'u leading merchant tailor, guaraiit' e^atisf action. ' . - You can get any of Dr. W. I>; Church's prescriptions renewed at F-* G. Seanjan •& Co^drug etqro. - ' ^ • ' Thu Geuuiul Talks in Fuvur of the Man j From Maine. SEATTLE, Wash., June 9.—Gen. Russell Alger, of Michigan, arrived here yesterday. In an interview he said: "If Mr. Blame indicates to the republican party that he will bo a candidate for president, I believe he would be the strongest man the republicans .could place in nomination." CHICAGO, June 9.—A dispatch from Springfield to the News says: "A rumor prevalent is that Gen. Alger, of Michigan, has declared that ho will not be in the presidential race in 1892, .but that he will not witahold'liberai financial support if his choice for the position is nominated^by the republican conven- tic n. It is believed that he has a thorough understanding with Blaine, and that he will favor the man from Maine in preference to Harrison. Gen.. Alger is known tb be friend ly to Blaine, and there is good reason to believe that he-has pledged him support." Mm. Million'* KJde. When Mrs. Million goet} to ride she travels forth in state. " fea Ser horses, full of fire and pride, go prase- ing from the gate; But- all the beauties .of the 'day she views with languid eye,. : Her flesh in weakens wastes away, her voice is bufaaigh. '-,..". For Mrs. Million is in an advanced stage of catarrh, and all the luxuries that wealth can buj^fail to give hftr comfort. She envies her rosy waiting-maid, and.would give all her riches for that young woman's pure breath and blooming health. Now, if some true and disinterested friend would advise Mrs. Million of the wonderful meiita of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedy, she would learn that her case ia not past help. $500 reward is offered by the manufacturers, for a casft of catarrh in-the head which they, cannot .pure.. •;> «£. '—;_—- • -.-', i—. ; : . . U?e Rloe Creek, mills flour and you have no other. ' _ \ Very Cheap. The farm known us the Tracy farm in Marenico, south of Rice Creek. Will bo sold very cheap if sold before the loth of May. ' S. S. LACEY, Agt. Ask your grocer for Itice Creek mills flour or call at the mill and get a sack. For Qvttr Fifty Years Hits. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYKUP has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gurps, Hi- ays all pain, cures wipd colic, and i$ he best remedy for Diarrbosa. Twenty- iye cents a bottle. Sold by all druggists throughout the world. The Rice Creek mills make-the best Hour to be had in tbe city. " Absolutely Pure. A° ore^Hi of tartiar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latesf U. $. Government Food R«' " ,J

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