The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on July 12, 1893 · Page 1
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: "'-•: V:V'V" K • VOL XJY-NO 217 MARSH ALL, MICH,, WEDNF$t)AY, JULY 12, 1893 1WO CEin> Baking- Powtiet* William P. Murray Horribly •Beateh by His Son. MIOHI6AN AaEIOULTTOAL COLLEGE Mso/txfffy Pure A-oream of tartar baking powder HighestoC all iri-leavening strength Latest U. S* Government Food Report. •''.•'" ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO .y'' ..;;,; .106 WaU Street, N. Y • HUMPHREYS' , This PRECIOUS OINTMENT is the triumph of Scientific Medicine. ;, Nothing b^s'eveir been 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 PILES or HEMORRHOIDS— External .or Internal, Blind or Bleeding — Itching and • Burning; Cracks or Fissures; Fistula in Ano; Worms of the Recttim. The relief is immediate — the cure certain. WITCH HAZEL OIL Cures BURNS, Scalds and Ulceration and Contraction from Burns. The relief isinstant. Cures BOILS, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Fistulas, Old Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy or Scald Head. It is infallible. Cures INFLAMED or CAKED BREASTS ai^ Sore Nipples. It is invaluable. Price, 50 Cents. Trial size, 25 Cents Bold by DruggUU, or >ant prat-paid on receipt of \irtch. , Ill* 1 18 ITUIUm 8b,fiElf tORI. raac aatm-aay. MAKES GOO& Ex-Glty I THE SHORtAGE. THE PILE OINTMENT CARTER'S ITTLE IVER PILLS. CURE 3tek HeadMhe and relieve al! tbe tronblea IW* itnt •'o B bilious etatoof the lyatarn suob af Dl»*lne«», Ntuges. Drowsineao. Dlstrbwi alter fating. Pain to 4;he Side, 4o. While theli moei -emarlcable *ucceaa baa bteu shown la curing • SICK aeadiche, yet Carter'a Idttlo LiTer PIQs «e squally valaabloin Conetlp^tiou. curing aud pro venting this RnnoyiugCQcaplftiut,while they alaa oovrecl all dlaordavsoftlje&tomiietJ .stimulate tb.9 liver and regulate the bowolo. Even U they oiuy cuied Acba they would tie (Ux^o« I priceless to thoae v;bC KoUetbos) Uiivdi^n-aKi:.^ complaint; butfortu Btttoly thcircn Whooucuti-y ti' >iblelu*c ... , ; >, .ilti-iu; i)oteudhere,anilthoBa JhesulitUo pills va'u ihey n-ill not bo wil- Outafl2rttli6lck»"'*4 Others Carter 1 X* ¥*^js F3jtf ?<ZQ v^gy small KB& (.me < .r tvts ]>:Urfinikflft doia \ do-not gripfe or Professor Lewis G. Gortou Appointed President of That Institution—Tho Wlnthrop Ml no Reopened at Islipom- Ing—A College Student In Jail. ' PETHOIT, July 12.—William P. Murray, the confectioner of 195 Woodward avenuejia suffering from severe injuries received at -tho hands of his son, William P., Murray, Jr., while the latter was cra'zett with the results of a protracted spree; 3ome months agd yotmg Murray, who hid, hoen a^hard driaker; took the gold cure and for a timeseemed to have been Cured of ,his habitf Ahotit three weeks ago.'lioweyer, he again began to drink and his condition became 'desperate. ;Last Saturday night "the young man's father decided to:tako,hi8 aon tQ the retreat at Dearborn jand place him under treatment. They started out in a livery rig with a driver and when about seven" miles from the city voting Murray protested against going to the retreat and demanded of- his father to return to the city. Mr. Murray refused and the young man became violent and threw hia father from the-vehicle. Mr. Murray rolled into a ditch", dislocating his hip. It is alleged that the son sprang from the carriage, and pounced upon .the prostrate body of his father, kicking and beating him, The driver tried in vain to stop him and started for the city to get assistance. In the meantime William VanBrocken, a farmer, heard the sounds of the struggle and came to the assistance of the old man. Young Murray also made an assault upon the farmer, but was thrown into the road and partially quieted. A* times he became insanely violent and attempted to renew the assaults upon his father, but was prevented by VanBroeken, who remained upon tho scene for several hours until the driver returned with tv:o deputy sheriffs who took charge of young Murray. The old gentleman was then removed to the home of VanBrocken near by .and cared for. Dr. T. V. Law of Dear- j born was sent for and dressed the, injured man's wounds. The son was taken to the retreat on Sunday and when he became rational was wild with grief over the attack he had made upon his father. Mr. Murray was yesterday reported as resting easily and will be about in a few days. A YQUNG FOftGER. Leop 8. •Smith In Jail at Grand Rapids on a Grove Charge. POUT HUBON, July 12.—-The biggest sensation in the manner of forgeries which has ever occurred here has been unearthed, the result of which is that Leon S. Smith of J&rand Rapids is in jail wanted for passing nearly §4,000 worth of forged paper. The victims are the banks of Flint and Grand Rapids. The young man has lived here for several years, and was well liked by a wide circle of friends, and was looked upon as a keen, bright lad, bound to make his mark in the world. His father died several years ago, and his mother is living with a second husband. . The young man's first irregularity was in March, when he 'was discharged from the countingroom of. The Herald for crookedness. ; -id it was afterwards discovered that he was short m his ac- coonta over §400. Even after being discharged he collected considerable money 3nd failed to turn jj; over. He disappeared and was not seen again until last Saturday, when he appeared here. Going to the old Rational bank, where he was known by reason of his former coaatectioiis, hft-*ucceedea pajping » draft for |1,1S4, the draft to be drawn- by* the Colonal bank upou t io^ Exchange National ^ba»i Clerk Sullivan of Wyandott* Squared His Accounts. ' ''••' WYANDOTTE, July 12.—The ,\fcater board of Wyandotte met Tuesday evening, and ex-City Clerk"William Sulli van mad£ good" his shortage. As nfear as the expert accountant could discovery Mr, Sullivan was $1,644.28 be-' hind in his accounts. Mr. Sullivan presented a communica-' tion stating that his ignorance of bookkeeping had led him into, error, but that he had no intention of-" wrong doing. He also said he had deposited the mount of his shortage with the city treasurer and asked that he be allowed tp.go throrgh the books and make further discoveries. His request was granted and it was agreed thai if lie ha; paid more tl an he owed to the city the amount Shall "be returned to him. louring the summer Miss Evelyn.VVat son is prepared to give instruction "in the languages and mathematics, or in any qf the common brunches. LEWIS G. GORTON, The the Newly Appointed President of Michigan Agricultural College. LANSING, July l?.—At the meeting of the state board; of agriculture Monday night Lewi? G..Gortoh of Detroit, was selected president of the Michigan Agricultural college to succeed Oscar M, Clnte, resigned. Mr. Gorton fs a product of Michigan, and considerable of a man for his years. He is only 38 years of age, but he stands six feet four laches in his stockings, and. tips the beam at 280 pounds, He will not only bring dignity, but Weight to hia new position. Miss Graham, teacher of guitar, rtmu dolm and banjo, will give instructions during vacation on the tlifl'erent innru •memo. Those who are interested please consult with Mr. Louis Thompson. -.. Hrlng Your Carpttt*. The carpet cleaning works on Ex change street will be open on nnd after Monday, March 2?th. ' Go to BougluouV for wall paper. Mew stock and new stjlea. Hubert Schollj is prepared to <lo kiijds of tin worn, shop opposite E L Murphy's. . ' *. v ,• . — .^-^ ^_— ••-'. " .. , If you Unnt the best r«frigerator on earth for the least raonej «o to BosltJjV. Buy the genuine PhSlHdeiphiu IMWD rnowiuf 11 Boshes. , . i Sufferers from Piles should know that th Pyramid Pile Cure will promptly and tf. fectuully remove every trace of them. Auy ruggist wll get it for you.' $100 for a case of Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Ner vousncss and SIcepleHsncrts 'tho* Vegetable Cure will not euro. summer wood at |i.75 p»r tord, ' '" * ' murder .and Wlntlirop Mine Reopened. IBHPEMINO, July 12.—The Winthrop mine closed down a week ago, throwing out 400 men. Fred Braasted, a prom inent business man here and*half owner of the mine, endeavored to induce his partners not to close down, bxit was unsuccessful. Monday Braasted secured the consent of his partners and opened the mine again on his own responsibility. He will meet all expenses of the mine's operation for the next 90 days. He has not only re-employed the 400 old hands discharged, but has given work to many more nun with dependent families, discharged from other city mines. May Not See the Fair. - VASSAR, July 19,—Fourteen boys on iheir way to the world's fair stopped at his place over night. They broke into he Flint and Pere Marquette freight depot. Nightwatch Crisler discovered he burglars and aroused the citizens, capturing seven of them, six escaping. Among the prisoners is a young man, rrank Dingman, who was formerly of Ms place. The prisoners were from the ages of 10 to 20, excepting one who was about 25, Two shots were fired at . nightwatch. The gang is supposed to hail from Bay City. IVant to Become Citizens. BED JACKET, July 12.—There" is a movement among the'many Italians of this section to become American citizens. The "Independent Italian Polity cal club" has been organized with a charter membership of 150 and it is expected that the number will soon reach JOO. The object of the club is to educate its members .on the political matters of this country and to have all who join it become naturalized. A Prominent Mau Dead. r, July 12.—William Schroder, the wealthy merchant, farmer, money loaner, village president and Knight Templar, died, aged 55. It « supposed fhat he dj.ed of injuries received several days ago while out driving. A tug oh the harness broke. The whiffletree snapped back, striking Schroder, breaking, three of his ribs and. injuring him 'internally. Ve«ctable Cure will break up Cold*, and and Coughs, LaGrippe and its after effects Tremulous Weakness of the Nerves, Erysipelas and Constipation. 12 oz. $1.00. DR. SHARPSTEEN. I. ii w 11 |);iin (I nl llo-l lift your tin wnr«- lin sliup. IK i njfiitU-il ui Tlio Mill. ,ou WUIH to buy, JllNl call al (Jlit-slier's .mill aud try, His ca»ti prici-s will -un-ly suit y:>u, When any feed jou iio w.iiu ground, Call «t Cbusber's mill, he is always around, And he will try to please ion.' We buy for ciisb and sell for cash, Aud luul's what keeps us iu uur bash. Get your wall pap«r and Uoughluu's uew store. paints a STOCK WANTED TO FASTDRI Terms cheap &ee«or address, A. B. KING, Marshall, Mich Chafes ou babies, sore nipples.iiai! in lamaiatiou of tlie breast instantly re- with Lavondar Ointment. Student In LJUV-S&-G, Jjuly 12.— Some time, ago Harry Hock of Luther, L*ke county, a member of the present" senior class at thaagricultujlal college, was suspeaded o» suspcion of having, stolen eoma .ftp- from the jasiatatioo. He, wefit ; 4n .fttefl^El: was iflMe .to requisition 'paers, but. /'for. Eureka baker y'o wagou makes daily trips to alj pans of tiie city, ea»ry • A full .Hue of bread, cakes, pies and cookies. All orders will receive prompt attention. "* JAS. MC^ELLAR. JusS as sure as hut, weather cornea there will btf more ps leas bowel complaint in this eicinity. Every person, aud especially families, ought to have sonie teUaolo medicine at baud for iugta.pt use in case it is needed.- A 25 of '50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's kOt Cholera and Diarrhtea Rtmedy ^is just what you ought) to have and all that you would need, even" for the most severe and dangerous cases. It is the best, the most reliable and most successful treatment know a and ispleasant to take. For sale at Greeae'a re. Tte Pyraaiid Hie Cure is for the pronjpt, pertnftneat cure of I*ika in . Every druggist has i|.

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