The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 20, 1893 · Page 1
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' .! l. VOL XIV-NO 262 MARSHALL, MICB., TUESDAY", JUNE 20, 1893 PRICE'TWO.GEN i S The Hayes Trial Dragging Along Wekrily. 7 ° THE OOTJRT AST) JTJItY VERY WABM, A cream of tartar baking powder Highestof all in leavening strength Latest U. S 1 Gotfdrnment Food R«' port ROYAL BAKING3POWDER CO 106 Wall Street, N. Y HUMPHREYS' " ThiS iPRKciovs-OINTMENT is the 'triumph of Scientific Medicine..' [ Nothing has evetbeen produced tc equal or compare with it as a CURATIVE and HEALING APPLICATION. It has been used 40 years and always affords relief and always gives satisfaction. Cures £ILES or HEMORRHOIDS—External or Internal, Blind or Bleeding—Itching and . Burning; Cracks or Fissures; Fistula in Ano; Worms of the Rectum. The relief is fcnra*. diate—the cure certain. WITCH HAZEL OIL Cures BURNS, Scalds and Ulceratfon and Contraction from Burns. The relief is Instant. Cures BOILS, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Us- tulas, Old Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy or Scald Head. ?t is infallible. Cures INFLAMED or CAKED BREASTS aw 1 . Sjore Nipples. It is invaluable. Price, 50 Cents. Trial size, 25 Cents. Bold by Dnnttau, or mat pott-p.14 on noelpl of |>riM. THE PILE OINTMENT "The Pace That Kills" zs makes no difference what kind. Using greasy and inferior soaps is one road to premature decay—sore handsr-^ sore hearts—clothes never dean. Not so when , AMERICAN FAMILY SOAP is used, r dieerfully .proceeds the labor of wash-day> with health -and tonglif^ assured. Hands all right— heare light—cloOies pure and white as a Greenland snowdrift. -' JAS. S. KIRK 6; CO.. Chicago When Baby vos slckt we gave^or ewtort%. Wbea she eC»»e Uiw, fc^a Detective ijpcberltz Tlacod pit tho Witness Stand—Dead Crabm and Fish found In tho Ironwotfd Wntenvorku—A letter FlguroH In a Suit at Munkegon. DETROIT, June • 20,-^Fana 'fluttered gaily in the recorder's court on the resumption of the trial of Frank Hayes Monday afternoon. None of those who wielded the breeze producing articles Jfelt gay_, however. It was :exceejding],y. worm in the courtroom. ^TThe specta^ tors sweltered and collars wilted by the wholesale. Fans of every description were brought into requisition. The long line Of Women who are constant attendants at the trial used fans of every' variety. Hayes, the prisoner, had no fan, but ho used a large blue' blotter and tried to keep cool. The jurors had a warm time ofrit, too, but they had not been supplied with anything to provoke freezes. The afternoon's session was the most tedious and uninteresting of the trial. A small sensation regarding a rumor that the jurors had been reading newspapers threatened but fizzled out. Corpulent Sergeant Boeberitz, who was on the detective force at the time of tho murder and who, together with Detective. Baker, arrested Hayes, was on the stand all the afternoon. He was .anything but comfortable. It was not a bad conscience that troubled him, but the heat. Everything thatf he testified to had practically been gone over in the examination of Detective Baker, but Mr. Robison cross-examined the witness for nearly two hours. Nothing particularly startling transpired and the spectators lounged uneasily in their seats waiting for a new witness. It is evident that the prosecution will not Test its case until tomorrow afternoon at the earliest. Just at preser.t the case is dragging painfully, and yesterday's session was extremely tiresome. Indications tend to show that a part of the plan of the defense is to gain time, though for what .purpose can not;bo conjectured. Mr. Boeberitz was called to the witness stand. He testified to going to the drug store of James Caldwell on the morning of Nov. 19. Several other officers were there when he arrived. He described the position of the body as he saw it on the floor of the cellar. In answer to. further questions by Mr. Hunt, who conducted tne/ examination of this witness, Boeberitz related, his visit to the morgue, where he saw the bullet removed from' the dead man's head. The bullet, he said, was a 32- caliber short. Witness testified to 'the conversation with Hayes at the house at SO Madison avenue, similar .to the testimony given on this point by Detective Baker. Witness was the. one who searched Hayes at the station. He found on the prisoner a revolver, two pocketbooks, some keys, two .pocketknives and one of the prescriptions given to Hayes by Dr. Pitcher two months, previously. Witness identified these articles as he went along. After arresting Hayes, he said, himself and Baker went back to 36 Madison avenue. Ha asked W. A. Ha'yea, the uncle of the prisoner, where the latter's clothing and effects were., Hayes, t||ie witness, went •downstairs .and pointed out to the officers the/aatchel j»"the hall, stating t;h£t,it belonged to Frank. •The satchel was opened in the presence of smet$ to tlxe hosse and uj it was found the property afterwards idfinti- $ed as belonging to Fjred Kelly, - - ~ „ "Wfcw* Hayes testified on Satnr4ay,hf denied that helohi the officers- that the was the property-flf;Bayes and $5,060; tne '.Fuel" »n'd Supply company, Hancock, $50,000; International Storage Battery company, Detroit, $100,000; the Ludington Basket colnpany, Ludington, $10,000; the Detroit Metric- Ghrarinle. company, Detroit, $10.000; the Standard Pump company, Detroit. .$50,000; the g umcy K Broughey company. Traverse ity, 86,000; Cutnmings & Englettjnir Conduit company, -Detroit, $800,000; the Florida Celery company, Tecurnseh; $10,000; th* Chambers ,& Hyde •Electrical tyedical and Surgical institute, Detroit, $32,000; the Birch Run Building association, Birch Run, .$5,000; Commercial State .bank,iSt. Joseph, $25,000; the Students' Leetitrb association of University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Teal Lake Iron Mining company, Marquette. renewal of corporate existence, $500,000. ..... ••"' i . ' TEN YEARS AGO.' A tiettct', Carefully Preserved, Flgnreg In A. new remedy lias created a sensation fttripng physicians by its wonderful effects in speedily curing every form of Piles.' It is called the I'jrftniid Bile Cure. It ia cficnp at)d mm pie to use, but nothing removes the disease. «> quickly, Rnfoly and surely. Any druggist will get it for you. Homes June 20.— While;. E. W. Johnston, a wealthy of Seattle, Wash;, was Whitehall r where he is visiting Deputy United States Marshall . Smith stepped, on the train and arreste$ him on a charge of sending obscene matter through the .mails, The<> complaint is madebyW.il. Johnston of Whitehall a half-brother of the arrested man, Iu 1888 the two brothers had some trouble about a settlement of business matters, W. Johnston at that time removed Seattle, and" from l;Tiere is "said to lave sent a letter to his brother, e*? )r.essing in shar^i terms his dissatisfac- ion with the settlement. . L DEAD CRABS AND ' FISH 'omul In the Stiiu<li>lpo nt the Ironwooil \ • VCiiterworkH. \ LANSING, Jane '20.—The state board pf health has received a letter from the authorities at~Ironwood relative to the condition- of -the standpipe at the waterworks there. When Dr. Baker was at , to the WorfcJ'* Fair is the title-of n neat, little "book, contain- uitt tin- aitdress ot about 9,000 families. who vill flreommodtttu visito^a, «lj»« a list of hotel«, ' il lustra! Mi with large scale map, sold fit M. C tiokt-t .oftice Price 50 yon wall pa PIT Boujrhtnn will and ha-ig it for,you. Th* Mill. Whe'u anything you want to. buy, ';'••'. Just call.at (Jh-eehttr's mill and try, His cash prices mil tiirely suit'you. When any feed jou ilo want ground, Call at Chesb;er'n mill, he is always • 'around, • '..•>.'.•-. .:. And he will try to please you. We buy for ciish and sell fp'rcaah, N And 'tuat'u what keeps ua jn our hash. If^ou want the best refrigerator on earth Y^r the least money tro to Bottle}'*. Buy lho\geuuiue mower nt BoBley's. Lawn mowers* at Bosley's. Philadelphia lawn sharpened and re- OFF1CIAL ANXIETY. Caused by the Disturbed State of Affair* In Samoa. WASHINUTON, June so.—Thu disturbed state of affairs in Samoa and how to get a warship .^te«;re in the speediest manner causes? much official anxiety. The first idea was to send the Philadelphia which sailed today from New York for the Pacific, but inasmuch, as it would require 50 days for her to reach Apia, .some other resource must be had. ' i " " The only available ship iu the P&cifip is the Adams, now at Honolulu, and although the state department is reluctant to permit her to leave that : important post to the sole- charge of the Boston it is probable that t>he must be spared for tie Samoan service until relieved by the Philadelphia. The sailing orders, of the latter vessel do not contemplate a voyage to Samoa, but as she will touch at Bio and then at Valparaiso she can easily be diverted from her course by cable orders. The Sainoan crisis is causing so much uneasiness th,at it is perhaps iu part responsible for Mr. Cleveland's deferring his visit to Buzzard's .Bay. KILLEDJHUS FATHER, An Oh4o Boy Stubs Hi a Father, Hut Cl;ilB»§ .. It.lVns uii4.<ciaeut. TOLEDO, June 20.—Miller P. -JUong, a well-to-do farmer near. Napoleon.; died from the effects of a stab wound re- "celved at the hands of his JC-yeaiH5ld son, Emanuel. The father and son had been having some words. The : boy wanted to play and -the father directed him to. stop some whittling he was doing Tri.th. a jackrknife and go to work. The 3i4 resisted, and Mr. Long took hold of him to' make him obey. The boy dropped the stick, he. was whittling and* BCUfffle ensued, A- few minutes later the father staggered, into the K« m oveil ,•' ' "• ij removed n>y ollice to Eagle block in the rooms formerly occupied by Dr. Houston. KLIAS HEWITT. Get your tin warn uu>nde<1 at Schelly's tin shop. •,. % Gasoline stoves cleaned and repaired at 11. Sheley'd. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Chafes on babies, sore nipples, and in Uamuwtion of tho breast instantly relieved with LaVcmhir Ointment N. /.Sherman, the old reliable uni-, /ersiU auctioneer, is prepared to attend sales of all kinds. He sells anyihing and everything, household - goods farms, city property, stocks of "joods of all ki'nds, and makes a" specially of farm gales. If you have anything to sell call apd see him. Don't get excited* over croup ; or quins> when Lavender Ointment will relieve you wi.tbin ten minutes if used as, directed. 25 and 50 cents. STOCK WANTED TO PASTURE Terms cheap. &ee or address, A. B, KING, Marshall, Mich "Sufferers frdm Pilea should ktiow that th Pyramid PHe Cure will promptly and effectually remove every' trace-of them. An/ druggist »-'II get it for you. I. Children Cry for Pitcher'sCastoria. t__ ........ -••< — .'.••. .. ..... — , — , $100 for a case of Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Ue*^- yousness t . and Sleeplessness, that Vegetable V Cure • '"*' cure. etetedthat he there was a-eatche that hall.. The claim, • in ' connection with this murder, was W. 4- We* fcH fe> dpf th$t Fra(iik : w,§s guilty aij,*} eyeji assisted againathM.' He has, howe,y,er; 9&4&d 4 ehange of heart ^ T the and Jnow denies all that ihe offteeifc him " kitchen before his, wife aad fell dead on the floor, bjood rushing from ; & sinall wound in his Ijretu^t. No one saw thft aneaunter between father and sou. ThV «_ _^ _ T Ji« _a -_"!. A. •ut.— H'l *.*_*• r it, that jae did. The lad' its- 13 QZ. $1.00« ' , Kotoy is ''aByeasis a Bye," ' J&b KPHJ «U terahts,' guaranteed pure aad over years 01 f^, iemu^aa,ed- to a »^Hfttotio«* *4elB woitby brands. edjio us? aoy ot4jer. feee lioio

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