The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 14, 1893 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Wednesday, June 14, 1893
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•- -i ' ii 1 THE 1U1LY (MON1CLE SDBSORlMtON. * . 0...44 7« crntM per Week Dalif, one year Dally, delivered. .* Snbtcrlptionp fecelted'fttHhe-offlt* ot atlen .161 Stint* street. , "X. 1 ' . .•«!.. M. MOSES, Pablle&ir, > Proceeding* of the t>m«tiirj Board of ,; ;THe'Cemetery Board ,of; Goiitrbl met at ... the cemetery lodge, June J8, 1893. Present, Dickey, L 0, Hyde* \V. J. ' dPPCSED JOJBOYCQTT8, Two Tiu1lrtnai"ilU niinMcrs Not In Vi»tI>.V WHh Such n Movement. INDIANAPOLIS, June' 14,—A general conference upon Kumlay"'observance, called by the interstate Sabbath coin- • mittee of the American Sabbath union, began its sessions here' with a vsr&tin debate , on the Sunday opening of the -World's fair. Dr. McAllister of iPittsburg made a yetierneirtr argun-tent in favor of boj'cotting the fair if the Courts decided for opening, but hia sentiment did not meet with general ap 4 .pfoval. Rev. D. R. Lucas and' Re^ ; L. Dr. Bennett. _ ' ' Specialist Of Chronic Diseases Will' be at the Herndon Saturday, June 10th., Free consultation^ in German and English: N. B.-*-8uch cases as haw faft&l to receive benefit elsewhere are especially de sired ' • .-•-'• ,.•-,. : *"•--' , .- Dibble, H. 1 Pecjf, r j. E. Foley arid record-:; tr—-> • ' ' _' • 33oftKl.6rgani!5ed by electing 'W. j. Dibble, president. .-..'-.. Mr. Dickey moved that the board of ton. trol ask the .common council to credit the cemetery fund with.the amount actually due it find to keep the same separate from nil .other funds. Carried. ^ . , Air. Feck moved that the board rfsk for an appropriation of $200 for the .ensuing year. Carried; Mr. Dickey moved that Mr. Hyde and the secretary be instructed to prepare and dis. tribute circulars calling the attention of the public .to the advantage of providing for the care of lots by a deposit in the cemetery 'trust fund. Carried. ' . ••,, Mr. Dickey moved that the recorder make a contract with Mr. Blakesleo for the current year at same salary, as last year. Carried. V . The recorder moved that tke president and sexton arrange a schedule of permanent rates for the care of lots.whe're money is do posited in the trust fund. Carried. Mr. Hyde moved that the clerk •of the board-be paid the same salary as last year. Carried. ' " On motion of Mr. Dickey .the board adjourned to meet on call of the president, . R.3. LOCKTON, Clerk. THE STATE ITEMS. ' Colonel Will Willor, a Manistique boy, is only 16 years of age, but he tips the scale at 230 pounds. . Mrs. James Gardner of Ganges has just i, Inherited $150,000 by the death of a relative; The property of the Yeide Antique Marble company,at Ishpeming will be sold to satisfy executions. The Resolute mine at Delaware is again to be operated. A foreign syndicate is at the head of-the movement. Ferdinand Hoflacher, an expert swimmer, was drowned in the river at Grand Rapids while bathing. According to the custom house 12,006 barrels of beer were exportejlf rom Menom- Inee during the past fiscal year. An Ewen boy. named McLaughlin, swallowed a lead pencil three inches long. Ha was taken to the hospital at Ann Arbor. The difficulty Hughes Brothers & Bangs had with several hundred Italians has been amicably settled, but the Italians will leave for the, east, Charles S. Marr, a Muakegon attorney', u making a big fight for the positjon of state food and dairy commissioner.> He is said to have many good indorsements. Alexander Glover and Erny Horton, two 8t. Jqhnsville boys, each about 16 years ol age, have disappeared. It is thought they . •truck out to make their fortune in some other part of the world. Henry Wiederman of White Pigeon <jlrew JO from a bank there. Since then he haj at been seen. He was a well known man, and no cause for his disappearance' is known. J. P. Merrill, Ueuteuunt commander of ' the new steamship Baltimore, which leaves for a cruise near China in a few days, is a Marshall boy. Asa W. Graves, who is in-Jail a$ Crystal Falls on a charge of brutally murdering Frank Schobalske, doesn't trouble himself to any great extent over the matter. It is •aid that he laughs about the. affair as if it were, of no importance. Walter Hughes, a Grand Rapids .boy, last suimuer fcja.d a peT* squirrel. He set it at liberty, The other day he saw it again and the squirrel seemed to recognize him as fts former owner, at leat>t Walter could play witjti jt, while it would suffer BO other Boys to come'uear it. James .Whee^r, a Standi&h carpenter, had a narrow .escape from death. While bewaa working cm, a church steeple, hje lost his balance and fell. Fortunately He 4rppped but 15 f«et aud'then,caught or> some scaffold|ng. He was badly hurt, Vut may recover. v ,*A£~,' !|Titine8, two of the niost prominent ministers of this city, both .took issue ^ith him and declared : >. that while they fayored every h&norable means of 'Sun/day closing they had no 'sympathy Vrith the boycott, for any purpose and proposed t.o attend the fair anyhow, 'T)jr, i James Boyce suggested that they try j the efficacy of prayer, which was 'met •With prompt approval and he led the convention in a fervent prayer for Sunday closing. WANTS TO ftESIGN. Prince Bernard of Saxis-Meglnen DIsllktoi Military Life. BERLIN, June 14.— The Tageblatt aays that Prince Bernard of Saxe-Me- ginen,. eldest child of Duke George -H will ask permission before the next military maneuvers to resign his corn- mated and to retire to civilian life. . The prince "is lieutenant general -Jn the..Pnis.Bian'army a^d' commander or •Notice to Cyclist «. " . •'. J . The^ practice of riding bicycles on the sida walks must be stoppfcdi at once; Any persons violating- the law .in this respeqjt doiSO at thf'.irown peril. Ke.ep ofi'thc Walks :andi^v(S If otible. • ...... Marshal. EAGLE OPERA HOUSE JlH . U, Lincoln Sped*/ 10 Sets of Sc^iery, Plight of Fsst Mail, : Niagara Falls by Moonlight with •Boiliiwp Mist, A SUrgloal Operutlon. For the cure of Piles is:, alWhys painful,' ifteu dangerous and useless, and invariably xponeive; on the other hand there is a new certain pure,' perfectly painless, gives in- taot-rolief and permanent .cure and 'Costs but a,tril!e. It is the Pyramid Pile Cure, t is -a more certain 'cure than a "surgical operation, without any of the intense pain, ex- >enso and danger of an operation.. Any druggist will get it for you. ... the second infantry division of the guards. His wife is Princess Charlotte of Prussia, sister of Emperor William She was the handsomest member of the royal family before her marriage. $ha has been' unhappy in her married life. Thte fact, together with bis physical weakness, and his disinclination to military life, has rendered Prince Bernard persona non grata at the Berlin court. The Tageblatt says that no immediate reason for Prince Bernard's desire, to leave the army is 'given. WASHINGTON INQUEST. to Al- tactical ^orkiag fin* eng :d . 14 Freight Oars, with Illuminated Choose; The J)ag0 Dite- Realistic" Rfrw Scene and Steamboat Explosion, and One Hundred other Startling Effects. . ° Carter's Grand 4 ^ Scenic Froduction 1 THE : FAST MAIL Just as sure as Hot weather comes there will be more or lens bowel complaint in this Every poraon, nad-espectally fam ities, ought to have some reliaDle medicine at hand for instant use in case it is needed. A 25 or 60 cent, bottle.... of Chamberlain's Cohc, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is just what you ought to have and all that you would need, even /or the most severe and dangerous cases. It is the best, the most reliable and most successful treatment known and ispleasant totake,. For sale at Greene's drugstore. ' ' Prices^ 50 and 750 §eats on Salfe at Green's First 6 rows lower floor 76c, Aitoiworth Boglua Actiou low His Presence. WASHINGTON, June 14.—Chief Justice Bingham of the supreme court of the District of Columbia has issued an order requiring the acting coroner to show cau,$a why Colonel Ainsworth should not be allowed to be represented by counsel at the inquest. This mpvo on the part of Ainsworth has tended to intensify the constantly growing feeling against him. When the information was circulated throughout the streets and among the angry crowd that Colonel Ainsworth had begun a proceeding i;i the district court to interfere with the coroner's in quest it was immediately construed to mean that he proposed to have the inquest stopped, and such expressions as, "We'll have to hang that fellow yet," and, "he is putting his head inthehon'* mouth" were ffequently heard. REMOVED FROM OFFICE. Inspector of Workshops and Factories SIo- '•. Donald Short In 111* Accounts. COLUMBUS, O., Jane 14.-~The committee appointed to investigate the affairs of the office of Inspector of Workshops and Factories McDonald filed their report with the governor, They find that there is a discrepancy in his accounts of $4,660 after deducting the amounts he claims to have loaned to his deputies. Upon the filing of this report Inspector McDonald deposited the amount stated with the governor, together with his resignation. The gov- enJor responded by sending Mr, McDonald a letter removing him from office. ; 5,000 spring and summer samples have arrived. Call and select your summer suit or pants. Better cho.ce than piece goods. CalTand exumJne before buying. Quality and price to suit at "' . TED'S, the tailor, Over Fletcher's store. A Mew Certain Cure for We dot intend to endorse any except articles of genuine merit; we therefore, take pleasure in recommending to sufferers from Piles in any fornv a prorotfpand permanent .cure. The following letters speak for themselves; ' ' *^,/" ••. -, ,.•. ' : Mra.\Mary cr Tyler, x)it Heppner, Ore., writBH, One pkg. of Pyramid Pile Cu» entirely cured me of Piles from which I bar* suffered for years, and I hape neTor hai U>o slightest return of them since. Mr. E. O'Brien, Rock Bluffs,- Neb., says- The pkg. of Pyramid Pile Cure entirely removed every trace of itching piles. loan-' not thank you.enough for it. The Pyramid Pile Cure is a new, certain, painless cure for every form of-Piles. It is safe, cure and cheap. Any druggist will get itfor you if you ask him. "Royal Ruby" Rye Whiskey is free from all foreign flavor and adulterants, naturally ripened and matured "by eleven years storage in wood, it is a "Rye as is a Rye," and costs no more- than inferior brands. Try it and you will never be satisfied to use any other. 'A pure old whisky is always free from fusil oil, which is a poison; and^snould not be taken into the system. Age eliminates it from the spirit by~oxidation, and it is converted into fragrant ethera which give the bouquet to whisky. Sold only by F. Q. Seaman & Co., Druggist. [New stock Boughton'a. of wall paper at Geo. When Baby was side, we gave her Cartorta. When the was a Child, gh" critxj f or Castpria, When she became Miss, fc.0 clung to CaatxDria Wbtn ihe bad Children, «h«igave them Caitorfe, Fine stationery at the bazar store. A complete assortment always on band. For Qr»r Fifty Tears. „ MBS. WIN BLOW'S SOOTHINO SYRUP has beta used for children teething. It soothaa the child, allays all pain, cure* wind colic, and li the be«l remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-Bye cents a bot- tu. Bold bj all drugglaU throagDoat the world, California cherries at Cunningham'*. Some of the Grand Army boys may be in terested in the following from Alex, B. Pope, A. D. C,, Commander Dept. Tenn. and Ga. He says: "We have had an epidemic of whooping cough here (Stewart, Tenn.,) and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been the only medicine that has done any goqd." There is no danger from whooping cough when this remedy its freely given. «It completely controls the disease, 60 cent bottles for sale al Greene's drug street. - liott,who was proprietor a«d editor of ' 'The, Sunday Oapital, and who murder*^ JUjk, Oeborne, editor of The Sunday World,several years ago, was serMwjJy injured at the penitentiary, W, W««i Yarsay, a ffiQcinipalij: i^M th«,w & tww^& o| fitrojMI ipoli?P *•" '"-}y -cause tf»to^ Gopd Teiuplars at Uea Jtpluei*. ' t>ES MOINES, June %,—The right •worthy grand lodge of ^asdiTeuiijlars convened at the Young Men's Christian association bnildiiig. After the opening ceremonies and the appointment of the regular committees, sjjtscial coin-, mittees to consider subject* in; controversy before the lodge were named. A movement is oa foot te, seeure .the .in- dorsement of«#tatutory p_roh.ibition by the lodge. Another subject of controversy is whether or not lodgea in India must be compelled to use the Christian bible. , „ MUST MAKE HiS CHOICE.- Kirlber Witbdraw from Politic* Qt Iletlga ] »ls Position. \ DBS Mopf^s, June 14.—Jler. Q f A^lesworth, president of Dra^« university and Froh|bj$on <jandidate ffflr governor, has been aakfj| by the trustees of tke wajvarsity 'to Tyithdrr" "— • • , » -T-- T- _.,. _«t ^ _ . . »• politics ox n Qie state tailor ulio tt falsely rep II coat ^ one of the guard* wher IKM removed. • ' '• -• Children Cry for * Couftssed Jili WBST .StipjgpSR, .Wlek, j?w» fred X Cleuaeuce.a bellboy, bae coa- ig set fire -to _tb,e fewe last August, causing th,§ m *$ty '"^ "Iht Sugar* Fa TIME TA6L5, MAV. 28, 1893. nuns KMT. / , COFFE Oliloago, L». 900 a os Battle Creole.... 848 - - - , w tot At'c Bx.* TOO 7 48 p.m. T» 11 88 12 10 iiitlon.. ....... 538 Jackson 430 ... ... %4» p.'m. ....,, « 65 888 040 ,1201 Mail BIT 8pl* p m. 84» . _ W8«|18S6 8 17 12 82 12 M) 8SS 6 80 ttOO p.m. a. 1 10 1 83 8 15 4 19 886 a.m. 190 145 HOT 8 10 600 p.nj •*.* 10 10 *15 »00 ass •»48 4 as 71* W«*T. f 0* It 7QO,OOfl ', r -^ On, sale a.€ (^F^^^r ^Wp^p^^R^lr i^^^ 'Chronic jr'^l?**^ ^ * W^p *™ j^W^fflP^W,*™ *t*^P J ^R?^^ 1 ™ if*J'J^*^» ^dFiles,. .Itis cooling and eootbing. Hundjceda of cases have been cured by it after all other treatment bad OWc Ex.* Es.t a.m. 630 p.m. 1 15 807 S>88 44 CWo Sp'l* p.m 5.JPO T8i ,8 15 888 80S 950 £•*; 5 65 6 18 045 1040 a.m. Pa* ». m. 8.15 S 10 18 dO 88128* 108 1 45 >.86 766 Nff't ••*. p.Tn 745 l*tt 1181 11 M ll> 110 a ' n » Freight ,Tl»i Ublft taking stoSt.jHJ.B4 1888. «m-- ^ s "

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