The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 23, 1893 · Page 1
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 1

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, June 23, 1893
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YOL lV-NO 265 MARSHALL MICH., BRIOAY, JUNE • • • .'' • . . • a- PRICE Fifteen "Persons /known Have Been Killed, to star.tiy, ana senoasiy t»ut not. rataUy . iniurhi^ three more. The dead ate: I ABftAM WALKER, mirier, married, leaves five children. •••••IV » FRANK BEAN1GK, 14 years old; doop- tk>y; died after reaching home; • JOHN SMITH, miner; married, leavea *,. .The. HtJMBEB JNXOBE&. A cream of tartar baking powder Highestof all in leavening strength Latest U. -S* Government Food Re . ^ B0YAL BAKING3POWDER CO ; : >106 Wall Street, N. Y • The Bodies of the Deft*! terribly Mangled Wllllamstown and the Country Surrounding » Soon* of Desolaitlon-^oi Ferrous Killed. In a Mine Explosion. TOPEKA, June 23.—One of the worst cyclones that ever visited Kansas swept over a section pf -the county in the Kansas river valley, 20 miles-east ••<£ here, one mile wide and six miles long, completely destroying every house, , laborer. : , A,. Polandet whose name could not be learfled, body unrecognizable.' Theanjured: ' • . s • . ' JOHN GWENT, horri bly burned about the "Eeactaiitt arms; in a serious condition, >Two Polaridera, names unknown; bow' badly burned on hands and face. Socialists 'Lose a Sent. .BERLIN, June $$.—The first of the second ballots has "been taken in Luebeck. .The candidates were Johann Schwartz, Social Democrat, who re* ceived. on the first ballot 7,389 votes, and Herr Goertz, Radical Unionist, who received on the first ballot 7,150. Goertz was supported by the National Liberals, and was elected by a majonty of 150. As Schwartz, was the last completely aesiroyuiB vvw, "'."i of 150. As Schwartz, -was the last fence and building and killirg instantly ae p utx> f or Luebeck, this is a loss to the iK'™vmle. . , ,:-: I s/v.iftT Democrats, as well-as to the HUMPHREYS' _ Tor Hones. Cattle, Sheep, AND with Specifics, Manual, Oil land Medloator, 15 people. The dead are: ^ ' L;L.' EVANS, E&ERY EVANS. and TWO CHH> HOMEOPATHIC ' SPECIfIC No ie troablM tact Drowstnesa, fflde. &i. White their W baa boen ehown In ouxiag fiMOMhe, wtrwa titlia Lrw Ffflf «* ^ ""^ mrr '^SB^SSSSS^?^^^^^^ xS^^^^B^loeflnoteudheWAndtlioM -SfoSeneeWS^wttl find tbeaolittto jJltaTaVu- »»«. JOHN HUTCHISON. SAMUEL KINCAID. CLARA KINCAID. SADIE KINCAID. •. . WALTER KINCAID;r- 'EVA KINCAID. WILLIAM KINCAID. WILLIAM F. PETERS. SAMUEL STEWART, Fata&y hurt: JAMES BAKER. WILLIAM GEOPFEBT. MRS. GEOPFEHT. Seriously injured: ROSBGBAY; , HOBACE GRAY. STEPHEN HAIIBIB. ARTHUR JONES. JOHN A.'JAMES. LIZZIE JAMES. WILLIAM JONES. WALTER MCCRACKBN. EMILY NICHOLS. The bodies of all those killed were shockingly mangled. Mrs. Hutchinson's arms and legs were found m a tree a mile from the house. EvaKin- "caid's head was severed from her body. Samuel Stewart and L. M. Gnmes were carried 800 yards in. different directions and mutilated almost beyond recognition. Stewart's body was cut in two as if by one stroke of a great knif0 " As soon as the storm had passed the people of Perry and Lawrence were summoned to the scene. The desolation was awful and the hunt with lanterns over the wind swept spot for the dead and dying commenced. All nightlong this work was in progress. , A corpse of physicians from the two towns were quartered at Ferry, two miles distant; administering to the wantif of the crippled and maimed while citizens from the towns were gathering the dead and dying from the prairie and laying them out in a large building provided for that purpose.- The strip of, country swept by the cyclone iijeft as barren as. a floor, In WilliarnstowB schoolhouse werjB found the dead bodies of the Kincajd, f amflyj consisting of father, mother and children. The youngest child is with-* out its head, it being cut off and carried, away by the wind. One pf the children was found three^ miles from th'q house. At Arthur Evans' farm, a quarter of mile northeast of WUliainstpwn,,ev thing is destroyed. Evans rap into, r _ -basement, but was found dead three rods from the house in the field. Mrs. Evans also took she^er in the basement and escaped with her life, but is .badly i_". ~J TkTi. 'ESraTia' fntVlAl- WHS in, thfl oyvio* /Democrats, as well ;as enemies of the army bill. Master MechaiilciTAdJourn JAMESTOWN, N. Y., June 23.—The National Association of Master Mechanics closed a three days' annual session/by electing the following officers for the ensuing year: President, John Hickey, Northern Pacific, St. Paul; first Vice -pendent, William Garstaang, Big Four, Indianapolis; second vice president, B. C. Blackall, Delaware and Hudson, Albany; treasurer, O. S. Stewart, Boston; secretary. Angus.St. Glair, locomotive engineer, New York. Wheu anything you,, want to buy. Just call at Chesher'a mill and Iry, ' - •• His cash prlfceS will f urely is'riit you * When any feed you ilo wsimground, Call at Chesber's mill, he'Is always nrouud, And he will, try to please you. We buy fortash anil sell for cash, .Anil tna^s what keeps us in our hash.- If you want the? best refrigerator^ on earth for the least niouey «o to Rosley's. Buy the genuine Philadelphia livwn. mower i't Bosley's. Lawn niowers sharpened and re>air«l at Boslcv's. \ ' Keiniyved,* •'* ' ".\'.~^ I have .removed my oflico to Eagle )lock in th,e rooms, formerly occupied by Dr. ^Houston. " HEWITT. Get your tin war" monded at Schelly's tin shop. Gasoline stovep cleaned and repaired at R. Shcley'd. ' ', r~ ' Gel your wall pnpur and Geo linughloti's new stbiti. paints a \ New Michigan Postmaster. WASHINGTON, June 28.— John Larson has been appointed postmaster at Mach wood, Ontonajfon county, vice F. J Hargreave. resigned. Weathet-.IndlcaHoni. For lower .Hud-upper. Michitjan—Fair; warmer, winds shifting to sbutherly. Prominent Young Man Dead. GRAND RAPIDS, June 23.—John A. B. Mead, a promising, active and influential young business man of this city, died Thursday,, after an illness of only two days. He was a son-in-law of Colonel Loomis K. Bishop, and at the time of his death, though only 20 years of age, was manager of the heavy estate of Hihe. ;%tftJbJor A. B. Watson. He was. an. upright, progressive young citizen of wide acquaintance and oe- served popularity. Annual Meeting of the Normal Alwmnl. YYSILANTI, June 23.—The alumni association of the Michigan state normal school will hold its annual meeting in Normal hall, Tuesday evening, June 557.. The following literary program will be given: 'Oration, "What Next? S. S. Babcock, '65, Detrpit; essay, "Am ateurism," Mary F. Camp, ^Jackson; Necrology,' 1 K..^Iaud Cady, '89, Ypsilanti. • Playing With Deadly Gasoline. .. JoNEgviLLEt June 23.—The Grosvenor House had a narrow escape from fire. Mrs. 0sborne, the landlady, was trying to kill carpet bugs with gasoline and turperitine, with a lamp in the room. They ignited, and at once the room was In flames. Prompt action 1 pf the fire department and citizens extinguished the flames, and the damage was only 8100. STOCKfASTEDTOTiSTOBT Terms cheap, see or address./ . A. B. KING, Marshall, Mich Sufferers from Piles 8hoji$ know that th t Pyramid Pile Cure wUKpromptly and effectually remove evorjr ttace of thpm. Atiy druggist w'll get itXor you. • Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla - $lGOfor a case of Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Nervousness and Sleeplessness thii* Vegetable Cure will not cure. Vegetable Cure will break up Cojds and and Coughs, LaQrippe and its after effects Tremulous Weakness of the Nerves, Erysipelas and Coat tipation. 12 oz. $1.00. DR. SHARPSTEEN. lluby" ltv» WUtsUy is ''a Rye as is a Rye," naturally ripened and free from ill foreign flavor and adulterants, guaranteed pure and over eleven years of age, recommended to the connois sour as f a meritorious article worthy of th^ confidence' of Juvajids, convalescc-uts and the aged. Sold only by F. Q. Seaman & Go. Druggists. _____ BlFariliPiiolHall. Billiard hall and pool room and 15 ball pigeon bole table, 173 East State street, opposite the Herndon "aotel, Fine ciftars kept. Rattle Burn*"-. CONSTANTINE, June ?3.—Two \>unof &»*%»<:•, " ^"" i^s-- -•• - f f, ~! barns belonging to J. W. Reiff of Constantino township were burned, i^ignt hundreds bushels of wheat, a cpnsmer? abte quantity ot corn, oats and hay. The Pyramid Pile Cure is a ne,w discovery for the prompt, permanent cure of Piles in every form. Every druggist has it. Screen door^and windows all sizes at 3osley'« " y Children Cry foi able quantity or corn, uaio »W4£».M i <wili|Vli«»i **». was burned to. death, and four other injured past recovery. rCTtr uui VAU** v* u**v »****^v,»**v«» .,,——dug m Ihe bluff and escaped unhurt. At the Hutchinson's /jarm, which was northeast of Wifliamstown, Mrs. Hutchiason lost her life and Mr, Hutch- Sson' war eHghilW ifijured. Severai fieadof'horsea.werekljled here. Sonar of the horses were blown, a auartep of a mile away. In ihe cemeteiy-afWul- i&m&lowi-t $&& z&QXLQm6UbS &x& sell PJLOWH away andf^eMi^ base «tonif w«re wown i^y-'ftias.. 'm«?_^« "*""" ub0r it literally -, • J ' tre|8 of ,.. torn np.bF •) ground ana New Mill For'Grayling. GENTLING, June 5i3.-Sailijjg. 'Han& Company, the-lumber dealers, lin have bought on,e I pit St. 'Helens- tea to,; 3tt»r*ball, Jane 22, '03. Tourist tickets to all prl^pal points in the UuUed States and Canada are' now on sale at Michigan Central^ ticket office. .. [ •JfQiirth of-Jwly. ;. i .*"' io ;' Account of the 4th of \h»l£ .^oM4^ _ _ o ^ w y ^ S cj^r i all poinit »t the [ rate of one nrsy^ttaf lare'lor tb,e rouad T&ketsoa sale July 8d : aud 4th} ojx nffsnr^^t - vi* Extraordinary story __ with on® &crf «^t

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