The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 17, 1891 · Page 1
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DAILY VOL XII-NO 241. MARSHALL, MICH,, -WEDNESDAY JUNE 17,1891. PRICE TWO CENTS Baking Powder A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. Superior to every other known. Vsed in Millions of Homes— 40 Years the Standard. Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky ' Biscuit, Griddle Cakei, Palatable • i and Wholesome. l Mo Other baking powder does such work. SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION SUMPTIC CURfT" 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 in the United States and Canada. If you have a Cough, Sore Throat, or Bronchitis, use it, for it will cure yon. If your child has the Croup, or Whooping Cough, use it promptly, and relief ;s sure. > If you dread that insidious 'disease Consumption, use it. Ask your Druggist for L HILOH'S CURE, Price 10 cts., 50 cts, and i i.oo. If your, Lungs are sore or Back lame, » -,3 Jshiloh's Porous Plaster, Price 25 cts. CARTER'S IITTLE IYER CURE (Sick Het&»bhe and relieve all tbo troubles inaf* •tient to-ft bilioua Bt»to of the system, euoh ea Dizdnoi*, Nausea, Drowolnesa, Distress tTtcc citing. Pain la the Bide, &o. While their moat lemawbleeuoceM hu been shown In ouring SICK BeadMho, yet Carter's LitUe XJvcr HUa su» equally vtluVble in Constipation, ounng and pro- venting thto annoying complaint, wlalo they ala<» correct*!! disorders or thoatomach^tiinulota th'a • liver •adxeguUte the bowete. SvenUtheyoaJj HEAD butfortu- vrhooncft try Attorn will find these lltOepUls valuable In «o many way«th*t they wiil not be wit ling to do without them. But after aUalekhotd Vrithtbanaof BomiuwlivM that hereto whew Oar pffla cure it white \ > tittto LlTor Pfltoaro very «u»U and . They IKatrictly vegetable »na do not gripe or em. biYi^la&t26c$nta;:fivefor$l. ., New York. DOSE, SMALLPRICE Cc '>mon Coanotl. In council Moii , June 16,1891. Mayor Porter presiding, roll called, absent Aid. Ferrin.' Remonstrance of Timothy O'Leary in regard to moving obstructions on street extended north from Gordon street received and placed on file. Aid. Southworth, as chairman of finance committee, presented report of such committee in regard to appropriations for the ensuing year as folio wb: OfNKRAI, TvNlJ. Mayor's and aldermen's salary '....f 45000 ftecoruer SCO 00 Treahurcr.... ,... ..-. 10000 City attorney 10000 Marshal 6COOO Night policeman 00000 Health oljlcer..... 7500 Health Inspector 7500 Fiio wardens... 6000 Supervisors '. 60000 Qas, eto 3,50000 Police fees 23000 Printing 25000 Election 'expenses. 150 00 Insurance 6000 Incidentals '. ; 60000 9 T^SooO Hicard order 1,63000 Bond t o First National Bank 3,000 00 $11,63000 FIRE POND. Chief fire department Assistant qhlef ,. Ueecue ;. Foreman One lad dec man In house WolvejdneT. Foreman. , Two hosemen in house.. Perrinvllle Fire Co Wm. Williams ,.., Care of roomi iielmetreet Water , Annual review Other department expenses— 10000 5000 35000 3500 5000 31600 4500 10000 7500 72000 7860 48000 4,20000 10000 800 00 S 7,393 00 8TBEET HJN1). Sidewalk repairs $ 10000 Medina stone 675CJ Other new walk 30000 Hand labor... 8,00000 Team Ubor 1,60000 Bice Creek bridge 2,50000 Tile 26000 Incidentals 300 00 .CBMETERT FUMD. Sexton 9 50000 Clean drives, eto 800 0) New walk....* ' 1506) Secretary to board I... 5000 Miscellaneous I.... 200 00 8 1,10000 BttCBIPTB. 1, Liquor tax ( 3,50000 Cemetery .' SWOO Sidewalks 100 00 Incidentals...' 853 CO Sprinkling ..'. 3000J $ 4,21000 \" . SUMMARY. General fund : 511.63000 F*e fund..! 7,89800 Street fund : 7,62500 Cemetery. , 1,10000 Total expense $27,B63<X) Old orders paid this year *... $ 20009 Batimated am't for new west end road. 3,000 00 *30,'S5800 Estimated receipts $4,21000 •1* per cent $1,770,000 i2,12600 $86,836 Od Deficiency \ 4,51000 Which report said committee recoufmend- ed, except as to that part thereof which appropriates $3,GCO for opening west end street-and building abridge. Said report by motion was put oil to passage, Whereupon Aid, King moved that such report and recommendation of said finance committee be amended by adding thereto an aporopri- ation of $3,000 for said west end street-and bridge. Said resolution so amending gucli report was then carried, by the following vote: Ayes—Aids. Dobbins, Thompson, Dean, King, Keuchle, and recorder, 6. Nays—Aids. Southworth, Brewer, 2. After such vote so ameading the said finance committee's report was adopted, the report so amended was passed to the following vote: Ayes—Aids. Thompson, Dean, King and recorder, 5. Kays—Aid. Southworth, Brewer and Keuchle, 3. .By Aid. Southworth - ' . RESOLVED, That the. oommoa council of th« city of Marshall, hereby levy and order the raising bjf .tax uppn the propei -y of said city of 1)4 per cent tke assessed valuation thereof, and that the recorder ceretify said amount to the supervisors of said city, the said amount to be divided as follows: General fund ' g-10 Fire fund '." ''5,1(5 Htroetfund. ;..i.....".'.I.'!".6-io Cemetery fund , jno Aid. Dean^ chairman sidewalk committee!, reported favorably on building one three- stone crossing, on north side State street. across Jefferson street, and pn6 three-stone crossing on north side State across Madison street, also one two-stone crossing on west side Jefferson across Green. Report accepted and adopted. v By Aid. Dean t RESOLVED, That a walk be built on west side of Marshall avenue opposite property owned by James Watrous and Wm. Cams. Resolution adopted. Sidewalk committee asked for further time on walk from Homer street to west cemetery gnte. Granted. By Aid. Dean RBBOLVED, That agent of M. C. R. R. Cobe notified to build walk four feet wido across company's property on east side of Linden stree. Resolution adopted. By Aid. Southworth RESOLVED, That a temporary shed be built in rear of engine house for sprinkler wagon under the supervision of marshal. Resolution adopted. Aid. Southworth asked for $100 for Mumaw & Briegel on Rice Creek bridge contract. Request granted and recorder ordered to draw order for same. By Aid. King RESOLVED. That recorder collect in all police badges held by ex-policemen in the city, also to collect $1 from all policemen holding badges, who have not deposited the same with recorder. Resolution adopted. Rules suspended and following'bills allowed: Jerome Rutnaro/, straw, $5; Alonzo Howell, police, $1.75; Russ Miller, .police, $1.75; Mrs. Wm. Schuyler, hay, $10.67; Henry Krotzer, cartage, 75 cents; marshal's time roll, $269.75^ • ' On motion council adjourned one week. ROBERT R. FISHER, Recorder. SWEPT BY A FLOOD. Damage Done by a Cloo<lbur«t ^ ' in Tenneaaee. KNOXVILT '.,Tenn..June 16.— At Newman n- ville, Green Co., Saturday, a cloud-burat did great damage. The place is remote from railroad and telegraph, but information comes today of the] calamity.. The fall of water was something teriific, and a small, creak became a raging river, 100 yardsjwide. The storehouse, residence of T. N. King were swept away, the flood coming so quickjy he" did not have time to even close his store doors. An iron safe, weighing 1,500 pounds", was carried one-foucah of a mile by the force of the water. A uv.mbar of other houses were carried away and all crops along the creek bottom lands destroyed. The water came down so fast/ that the people barg)^had time to flee to. the ridge, and if this had not been nep- there would have been serious loss of life. Considerable stock was drowned, but no life lost so far as reported. The property damage wiM amount to a large sum, Talk's cheap, but whea it's backed up by a pledge of the hard cash of a financially respojjaible firm, or company, of world wide reputation for fair and honorable dealing. it means business! Now. there are scores of sarsaparillas and other blood purifiers, all cracked up to be the beat, purest, most peculiar and wonderful, but bear in mind (for your own sake), there's orly one guaranteed blood purifier and remedy for torpid liver and all diseases that come form bad blood. That one— standing solitary and alone- sold on trial, is .' ••:.--•.•- • Dr. Pieroe's Golden Medical Discovery. If it doesn't do good in skin, scalp, and scrof ulus diseases— and pulmonary consumption is only lung scrofula— just let its makers know and get your money back. Talk's cheap, but to back a poor medicine, or a common one; by se'lipg it on trial, as "Golden Medical Discovery" is sold, would bankrupt the largest fortune, Talk's cheap, but only "Discovery" guaranteed. , ••• • ' fry for " Merrill's Price List. Pie Peaches, 3 cans. $ 25 Closing out Table Peaches, largo yellow, 5 cans 1.00 for cash, Mustard Sardines.... ............ 10 How is that " American Sar/tiiies, C cans 25 for closing out v' Pillar Kock Salmon........ 15 My neighbors say Bamboo Fish Poles , 15 I am not going out Cane Fish Poles.. S 1 of trade. 21 pounds Granulated Sugar : 1.00 What do you think Merrill's A. 1 Flour (equal to Pernn's) ; 05 about it? Ingerspll's Superior CO Genuine Java Coll'ee, 3 Ibs ... 1.00 Cash, Genuine Rio, 3^ pounds 1.00 not cro.dit Broken Java, 4J£ pounds 1.00 • nor trust. Merrill's best 50 eent Tea, 5 pounds 2 00 ^~ To get out All 5 ceut/Soap, 6 bars j 25 \a what Va.l & Crane Crackers, 4 Ibs 25 1 want Epp's Cocoa, 5 packages 1.00 and don't you Gasoline, 3 gallons 35 " 5 gallons .' 05 forget it. • II. M. MERBILL. touuii at Last. The nicest, most >eautif ul decorated, pattern in senii-i j oreelain of J. Qr. Meakin'a make (Kngland) ever brought into this city. Ladies who intend to purchase sc methihg nice this spring to set their table wjth, something that can? not be distinguished from real China will do well to call at John Wiseman's and take ia look at them before buying elsewhere. H. A. TILLOTSQN JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND CONVEYANCER. All business attended to promptly and carefully. Has a safe to keep judgment docket and other valuable papers in. Ulerit Wins. We Jesiro to nay to our citizens that for years »e have beeu selling Dr. King's New Discovt-ry for Consumption, Dr. Kiiig'e New Life Pills, Bucklon's Arrica Salve and Electric liitteit), and have never handled remedies that sell as wall, or thit have given euoh uai- versal eatiafactiou. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, aud we atapd ready to rofuud the purclia&e price, if aatia factory resrlis do not follow iheir use. Theao remedies Lave won tbeir great popularity purely through their merit a. 1 F. ft. BEAMiN & CO., Druggiut. POWDER Absolutely _ _ .A cream of, tartar bakirg powder. H.ighegt of all in leavening strength. latest U. S. Government Food Roper*.

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