The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on July 26, 1893 · Page 1
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VOL XIY-NO 284 MARSHALL, MICH., WEDNESDAY,' JOLY 26, 1893. IRICE TWO Cfitffe I She Acknowledges Her Imprudence and Is Jftso/utely Pure A cream of tartar baking powder Highestof all in leavening streneth Latest U. S 1 Government Food Report. • . ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO . ,106 Wall Street, N. Y HUMPHREYS' This PRficioos' OINTMENT is the triumph of Scientific Medicine. Nothing has ever been produced, tc equal or compare with it as a CURATIVE and HEALING APPLICATION. Ithasbeen 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 Fissur£s; Fistula in Ano, Worms of the Rectum. The relief is iranw. diate—the cure certain. WITCH HAZEL OIL Cures BURNS, Scalds and Ulceration and Contraction from Burns. The relief islnstant Cures BOILS, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Fistulas, Old Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy or Scald Head. It is infallible. Cures INFLAMED or CAKED BREASTS an* Sore Nipples. It is invaluable. Price, 50 Cents. Trial size, 25 Cents Bold by DrugjIiU, or sent JKu,l-j,»l4 <m rtoelj't of prlco. ' nraruBBTa'BED.CO., HI * 1 IS WUOam St., HEW IORK. THE PILE OINTMENT THE PALMER WILL CASE SETTLED. CARTERS ITTLC IYER PILLS. A Physician Sent by the State Board .of Health to Look After tike Outbreak of Diphtheria at Lord's Lumber Camp. Caused by Jealousy. BROOKLYN, July 26. — Ida Culver, whose- disappearance from Coldwater •with Professpr Stephenson caused a sensation here, has returned home, and it is reported that Stephenson is with his wife at Mosherville. In regard to her going away Miss Culver stated that she had not made up her mind where .to go until she ,met Stephenson in Coldwater, when they determined to go .to Madisonj S. DM on account'of the "Western Chatauqua "being located there/ She joined the university' class-and was assisted by. Mr. StjephenSOn 'in f ortnirig a large kindergarten class, but that after the sheriff had been notified she did- not dare to remain and continue work. She acknowledged that they expected to .marry when Mr. Stephenson was free to do so, and came back to show that the reports of a criminal nature were false. She acknowledged that they had acted imprudently and she was sorry, and considered her reputation at stake, but her character uninjured. She has not made any plans for the future. The Palmer Vfili Case. JACKSON, July 26.—The Palmer will case has finally been settled after a siege of trials. Rebecca Palmer died a year or so ago, leaving an estate of §50,000 to Dr. W. H. Palmer and his sister, Mr.s. Annis Campbell. The doctor did not get half of the estate, and he brought suit to break the will. After a long fight the case was decided against him. Dr. Palmer then sued the estate for 811,000 fo* medical attendance upon his mother, and the commissioner on claims spent weeks on the case examining over 100 witnesses. Mrs. Campbell's health gave out, and she at last consented to a compromise as a settlement. All suits against the estate were dropped; Dr. Palmer was given a mortgage of §4,000 against a block as his share. Detective Ballard drew a cash prize • of $2^250, John T. Forschue, a colored detective, furnished two witnesses and he was awarded §100. CURE S5ok He&daflhe and relievo •!! Uie tronblaa ln<* Mit 'o » biliouf atato of the aystoru suoh at Dizziness. Ktuseo, Crowslpeafl, Distress lutet rating. Pain in the Side, to. While their moat e BDooeea has boon abown In ounng SICK , yet Carter's Little Liver HQl *r* equilly valUible in C!oiiBtipatlon, caring »n4 pie- venting thi» annoy ingcopaplaint, whila they (dad correct »ndUordcr»oItaoEtonmch.»Umulatotlia HTei*adregai«tethebowelB. Even Jf they oniy cured Acbsthey woul-Jl bo*Inioatpricolessto thoiewbc- •ttu'er from thiadistttm|iUJtjcuuipl»iijt; but forte- nately their goodu -.>ns d oc<i notsmd bere.&nd thoae whooncoU-y liicju wiU and tJiftBo little pilla vaJu. able In 10 .ns^y v.iistluitithey .will not bo wit- ButafturaUalckb-^4 DiAli Caused by Jealousy, July 26.—Charles Lawson went to the house of Henry Hyde, seven miles from this city, and attacked him with a 20-iuch knife, Hyde/ tore himself from his grasp, seized a large handle an<I smashed Lawson's skull. After repeated blows he left tl^e body and inr formed 'the neighbors that be had killed Lawson, The authorities went with Hyde.after the body and found that Lawson had revived and dragged himself three miles to where they found him in the road. He is now in Gladwin and may possibly recover. Lawson is said to be -a rather tough character. For three days his wife and children have been hiding in the woods for fear of him. It seems that Lawson was jealous of Hyde. Spread of Diphtheria. LANSING, July 26.—Dr. J. W. Hau?- hurst of West Bay City has been, sent by the state board of health to look alter the outbreak pf diphtheria in Loud's lumber caiup in MiHe,n town- ehip, Alcoiia county. The outbreak began on June 10. H. M.iLoud & Son, proprietors of the e;amp, have expressed theiy willingness to follow the instrue- tiona of the board and. close the camp for some time to come, from this outbreak the disease haa ""into three other townships in, county, four in Huron county ' • ~ - i, St; Oair anS ' 85 ' %• Water Supply. ISU'PEMINO, July 26.—The* common council of Ironwbod is supplying the people there with water from the springs by the pailfull for domestic use, the city water being still considered unsafe. Poor people are furnished 10 pails daily without charge upon application. There are still many cases of fever, from which there were five deaths last-week, but there'are very few new cases. - Every precaution -is being taken, to prevent its further spreading. ,' • Mr. Hudson'* Case. LANSING, July 26.—In reversing the judgment of the court below in Wardle, receiver of the Home Mutual Fire Insurance company of Ionia, Clinton and Montcalm counties, vs. J. L. Hudson,, the supreme court hold's that the statute of limitations runs against the receiver's claim for an assessment made six years prior to the commencement of suits. This opinion disposes of hundreds of cases similar to the one against Hudson. - Charged With Burning Barn*. ANN ARBOB, July 26v—Deputy Sheriff M. C. Peterson, has arrived with Cuyler J. Barton of Unadilla, whom ho arrested in Chicago on thechjirge of burn* ing a number of barns in Lyndon township recently. Barton's examination will be held in Chelsea before Justice Turnbull. —*^-*""—~~~—~- ii Alleged Crooks Captured. SPRINGPORT, July 26.—Deputy Sheriff T. A. Clay arrested George and Henry Devonshire at Dunfield, Eaton county, for stealing two cows, and one horse of D. Peters of this place Saturday night. The stock was recovered. They could not give bail and were taken to Jack- eon. Injured While Flaying Ball. CLARE, July 26.—Tuesday was a gen- er il holiday in this city. The West Side business men defeated the, Bide at base ball, the day closing with a banquet, given by the losers. The chief feature of the ball game was a severe accident which befell Hon. D. E. Alward, secretary of the state senate, and who was captain of the victorious nine. In making a turn when running, bases He fell and dislocated his joint. He will be confined to hip room for perhaps two months. Ann Arbor Pioneer Dead. ANN ARBOR, July 26.—Issac Bisbee, one of the pioneers of Ann Arbor, died aged 80 years. He was born in Vermont and came to Wjoshtenaw county in 1884. He was much respected and for over twelve years held the office of justice of the peace. Six children, Isa« dore, wife of 0. Doty of Saginaw; Adeliner-Beajamin, Albert, Oscar and Edwin survive him. .Bring Yoor Carpets. carpet cleaning works on Ex change street will be open on and after Monday, March 27th. " • Go to BonghtoH'a for wall paper. Naw stock and new afjles. \ Robert Schelly' is prepared lo do kinds of tin work, shop opposite E. L Murphy's. ti you want the best refrigerator on earth for the least money goto Bosley's, Buy the genuine Philadelphia lawn mower :>t Bosley's. * . ' Sufferers from Piles should know that th Pyramid Pile Cure will promptly and if.' factually remove every trace of them. Ati/ ruggist wMl get it for you. $100 for a case of Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Ker vouaness and Sleeplessness tha* Cure will not'cure. . . Vegetable Cure will brealc up Colds and Coughs, LaGrippe nnd its aflfrfeffect^ TremulouH Weakness of the NcrveB, Erysipelas and Conttipation. 12 oz* $1.00. ',-.~' *' . DR. SHARPSTEBN* Lawn mowers paired at Bostey'd. sharpened and re- uet your tin war* mended at Scbelly'fc tin shop. • Gt-i your wall p«pnr and paints K Geo iinughtou's uew store. Chafes on babies, wore uipplevand in ilamumtion of the breast instantly re- lievfd with Lavcudar Ointment. Just aa sure as hot weather coines ther* ' will be.iuote or IfMs bowel complaint in thii vicinity. Every person, and especially 'faoU "ien, ought to have some reliaole mediojaa t band for instant use in case it is needed. \. 25 or 60 cent bottle of Chamberlain's ohc, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in just what you ought to have and all that you would need, even for the most severe and angeroua cases. It ia the beat, the most ratable and most successful treatment known nd iijpleasant to take. For sale at Green*' [rug btore. • The Pyramid Pile Cure is a new discovery or the prompt, permanent cure of Piles in every form. Every druggist has it. A torger's Work In Battle Creek. BATTLE CHEEK, July 28.—A forger, using the name of Thomas R. Fowler, passed 4 forged check of $15 on the Kalamazoo National bank, and the same was cashed by Qeorge Williams of this city. This is the fourth check protested by that same bank from this city. The officers are searching for the sharpers. A Minister Nearly -Killed. BENZO.NIA, July 26,—Rev. J. S. Fisher, an old resident, was nearly -killed by a cow he was leading. The animal jumped upon him, crushing him to the gjound. Though his left ear was nearly torn qnt by the roots and his sides and throat badly bruised, he will re-. cover. V ° A Sturgjg Man'* STUKQIS, July 26.—Dr. H. W. fiuf> right was mixing chloride of potash m a large iron mortar, which is supposed, to have contained sulphur. A. '•fearful explosion followed, blowing Ipe mortar to pieces and badly Ulcerating the doc- tpfs face and hands. It is feared hia eyesight may be lost. '•! <?BAN» BAPIIJS, July 36.—The widow of Troueant Cam pan, one of the earliest -""-->*% th« c%,-^ 8is$er-in-law to Gamnsu^a trader and trapper eer acrjved, son j« Big be pours^ol a few-hours. Gouil summer wood at f 1,75 per cord at C. T. Grant's. A new remedy has created a sensation, among'physicians by its wonderful effects n speedily curing .every form of Piles* It is called the Pyramid Pile Cure. It in cheap and simple to use, but nothing removes ther disease eo quickly, safely and orely. Any druggist will get it for you. Gasoline stoves cleaned and .1 K, Sheley'd. repaired If you want a -first class lunch of 11 ofl the uew resturaut, first floor w*wt of the Tontine. If you wish to know yur future, send 10 cents with a loek.'of your hair, atat- ing in your letter date of your birth and your sex. Pao*. GEO. ROBERT, ***' I 68 Lincoln Aye.', Chicago, 1}1, It you are lingering f rpm fevers, lung, lagnppe, catarrh, eomeurnptio^ cough or bronchial troubles, bUitna, heart nervousness, sleeplessness" dy^jgatkaii^. sick headache, paralysis^ erysjpalas or scaly skin, constipation or pile* call 09 Dr. Sharpsteen for. his vegetable core, \

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