The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 12, 1892 · Page 2
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1 - - ^ ^ -I " : : TEtflPAILl? CHRONICLE. DECEMBER 12. ft ntlon ' c*tit» t»«r <*eefc rented, at the office *f tmb Bt»tt» street.; . ' ' i . M, MOSES, pnbUBB -&\. - Maf *fr Mlcb. STARTLING IP The Story a "pittsburg Sunday Recites, * y- DIpouoAi IF T'AEEH-EITHEE WAY If True Thor0?A>fe fiends Among Us, nml _ ' n_ '_•' • '. • •'*__ t*^L. Y>rt.«lAa«tA Polaonlnff Charged Against tho *** 1 **™ at HomerteflKl—T~ " " *~ tee Alleged To B . Allegation tiitO, the Chief Coots at the Milt Has Cc fnis^rTHE VERDICT When you react what we ttave to flay. From iiow. until holiday trade is Closed ire are bound to close out oW stock of ULSTERS ANDJ0VERCOATS READ ALL ABOUT^ THE SLIGHTER ^snses 1 Kir See the Ulsters and Overcoats we u , Dec., 12.,-A Sunday, gaper ' published^a startling story ycsterdayof a conspiracy to' poison by wholesale thtfnon-1 union 7 men a£ Carnegie steel plant'at Homestead, and as a result it is alleged - •• •• lives while acorfes 8 «»suu, u»i».v~-~ members of thetulvteory committee, members of the. Amalgamated - association, and officers of other labor organizations sympathizing with thci.l.ocked- oiit men at Homestead. Yesterday, nine or more persons.were under arrest, ostensibly on less serious charges, but realty for the ' purpose of averting suspicion until others In the alleged conspiracy could be apprehended. The only name given isKobert Beatty, who was arrested at Lortlsville Saturday night. The'Plot as It I» Reported.. , It is stated that the chief cook inside the Homestead mills confessed to having placed poison in the food prepared for'non •union men; that be did so at the instiga tlonofthe strikers' committees, and that he was also under pay from them as well as from the Carnegie company. If ihe caused deaths and sickness.., suiflcient to . frighten the non-union men from the mill and compel the closing of the milt he said he was U» receive, $5,000. .Two assistants whom he engaged to aid him in his plot, it is stated, became frightened and informed Frick of the crime. This led to the arrest of tBe chief cook, and as stated above he made a full confession. Confirmed by a Carnegie Lawyer. The matter was kept quiet. The workmen were instructed to get their meals outside. • The cook and two assistants were tept in the mill under close surveillance. During the time that meals were piepared Inside a number of workman became sick and Charles Glossier died two weeks after KOlngto Homestead. 1 ( Fr|ck posiUyely ?ei x ' -/fused to be interviewed on the-subject last '" v niiht. E. I. Beck, counsel for t&e Carnegie Steel 'Company, was seen last night and confirmed thostory of the poisoning. t 'Killed a .J>pg In a Few'Minutes. He says bis information is that at least 1 , ' six deaths resulted from poisoning -M—Homestead drviggist arid a pljysid.an are | JL Q; . . f f ..... uj. Our fine Worsted Suiat fifteen dollars. Good surts ,m, e.ght A WAX DONE. Any two piece suit in tho house at fcG.^Goocl piece suits I* $2.50, $8, **,• anil $5, BoyX- " and Chiidreri'a suit? cheap. . 411 our hat stock reduced to close out. 'We have this morning opened a case lot of fine natural grey all wool underwear,worth 1.25. The low price we bought this at enables us to snll it at 90 cents each. See our night Vobea for holiday jrHffo, neck 'muffler*, handkerchiefs./^ 'styles, silk and linen, A beautiful line of avlspe.nde.rs, in fact anything in the furnishing goo^s line and clothing stock at prices that cannot finest if you one for a ,» T.Shanahan, CHRISTMAS PRESENT ailor and Clothier. -Sufferers from Piles should know tha.t the Pyramid Pile Cure will promptly and effectually remove every trace of them. Any druggist will get it for you. Have a large stock of -Vlf H'BBE ARE I^INP OF Eagle Opera Houes W.H.ROWLAND, Manager Thursday ^ Dec. 15 Twent]-third 8ea»on-s-Th« Oldest—The U»nt—The Matchless • W. BROTHERS MINSTRELS First and foremost of" them all. Patronized by the Elite of every city. Entire new show. . • • Among our great surprises will be found the most wonderful and Artistic European Celebrities who challenge the world. PERSON AND McDONALB QWith tlieir, beautiful silver triple bars, The pnly geBtlemen who can turn single. Our stock eouaists of all qualities so that we double and triple somersaults fronv bae to "' ' ' " J " ''""* ">ar. f "',.•- ' ? The two funny Mongohons, ONE LUNG' I and TWO LUNG, Messrs. Melville? and Nuo- AND FELT GOODS. The onlyiioase in the city carrying a ful line of: Prinsree &'Smiths celebrated shoes. Every pair warranted. are aide to meotthe demands of our customers. No matter what is ,. wanted. been notified, lie will go to Homestead, however, today, .to iayestigate tlie cause. of the death of Isaac Juries, who died sud' denly about two weeks ago. Juries was a | SHOES THAT MEfiKLY .COVER witness in the (3ritchlow case. -The coroner F g ET ARE N01 < j N IT WITJJ y^. WE is ot the opinion that death was due to ^V^s KEEP A STt)CR OF SHOES ,, ^S^r, ******* l>U. r au el »; JUfe? THAT WILL FIT THE FEET AN •BuSnSndent Cowan, of the West qiVE SATISFACTION. ^.^'l^rZtl^U-l^.t-^i^Ul.J.hat^ljaiiil-isaaE&TRWATARKQgTflE gFST.MA r . inured in the A full line of j who are the most surprisinti and ridiculously cpmicsljChinese^n America. i nTir' '|^8bG^''BrotWn°to i '.BrwA' «Gloves^^and Mittens \*** ^*^<*** M ^ '"" n - W SW •We curry a Jiue gt.ock of ' Admission «35 and '50 cents. Reserved forty or fifty cases from Humesiead, wer^ t.TpB^L AND WORKMANSHIP. IF YOfl J' received at that i.ustitution,.but they wer?J, w ^jj T QOoD SHOESTCOMFOnTA8LE^—Highest PfiCS Paid for PlOC - •• •' "- mills qr victims of gHOES ST YL1SH SHOES, OR ANY KRfI> j T-??~. . jf Ktf'^Sr.;^ OF SHOES, COME TO, " • d»_, •. .'* - -*^—^— f pBBt •SUne t»We MiWng effect Dec. 8, 1882. • ~T|in/|lio CftSC$ ^"^^"Y.^* «n*'»- 1 »^\*t"vv "^it Cowan; "in-which tUefe wereito tlo&s of pojsoa havina been • u^ed." At the Homeopathic hospital Dr., Hhields - said there was no evidence of poison to anj of "• tbficisesreefiived there ^uriag the Homer gtpad troubles.' m? SilUJiS, uuflafi AM ' " "' f \— =— —• •L -feJBWWft ^^ APPLES •£ —Corner oiPOr«en »nd Bye-1 i , For pwiiculur* ebqulie of I ^ ^ •joiedo -> »«. '; *— i • 1 w tf Mn.il be ,. ...... MJ . . Local Frelglit. — ....... - ..r-, Ma.uMJci&. Styeet. We, 4<rt iatead to olaa of gen'ultie .ineriJt; . Face Bleach thank JOB enough for v it. Kte 1 GUIS be sent faee.b?

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