The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 16, 1892 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, December 16, 1892
Page 2
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ftE DAILY CHEONIOLB * 'I' TUB DAILY TfJRMS OF That Beats Them delivered, ifc fctfnta per «*«eK IpUon? Tecetrdd'«t;->the ofBee of pnb- ° ioi sjtate street. , : idUM. MO8B6, Publish^, HABEAS COftPUS FOfr A CANNIBAL. Ai»nl»6tt«ot!, "that ' i»«ng» Vp ti Singular ' 'l>gat Qnestlqn. ' , DENVER, Dec. '•16. r diit4ge feidlcy, of tbfe district court, heard argument. iu a singular case yesterday. The application waa pne tor a writ of habeas corpus to release Alfred Parker, a convict in the Canyon City penitentiary, now serving a term of forty years for murder. Parker is a cannibal who was convicted eight years ago for the inurder of five of his friends, prospectors with whom he went on an expedition- Iftto the San «Tuau country in Janu ary 41574. In Marclv<>r that y enr he . a P Beared at the the Los Piritos agency alone and told conflicting stories as to the fate of his companions. H<? WAS arrested on R .Charge of their murder, but escaped and was not captured until 1883. ,Oave fitl« Forty Years In tU<s Pen. ' He was then tried arid convicted of murder In the tot degree, but It ,was decieded that the law authorizing capital punishment was then inoperative' owing to a blunder of the legislature,^ The court then sentenced him to five terras of, elght.yeare «ach, making forty- years in alL lie has lust completed his flrst.term of eight years, and the present application for hif release Is based on the ground that the court, had no right to impose cumulative' sentences. In other words, that in serving his first term.he has served . his full sentence. Parker has all along maintained that he killed his companions in Btil^-defensie, but the evidence at the trial proved pretty conclusively that he was a murderous can, nlbal. _; _ THIS IS THE VERDICT V When you read<what we have to say. |From now~rintil iiolidajN trade, is elo^d we are bound to close-out our stock t>f E READ ALL ABOUT All our heavy weight and extra fine Ulsters an\6verco9,ts at prices that • our move them. All our flue Overcoats^ Reduced .pnces. Seethe Ulsters and Overcoats we Ml sell you at 5,6,8 Homestead I'olaonlng Caae. PlTTSBUUG, Dec. l6.— It is stated on reliable authority that within the. next twenty-four .hours a number of Homestead citizens will be arrested, charged with having been implicated inHhe plot. to poisoner drug non-union workmen during the recent troubles. While 1 most of the citizens think the-charges are very weak, there are those who believe the Carnegie officials - may have a case against the alleged prison' ere. Beatty reached here yesterday in oharge'of the officers. He says the charges against him a» nm\ignautry false. • A Brute of Sixty Years. AKTIGO, Wis., Dec. 10.— Andrew Jiiaeau was arrested yesterday on the "charge of immoral conduct. Wednesday the 5-year? oW daughter- of .Frank BrauU went to Ju- rieau's candy- store and claims Juneau attempted to > assault- her, As the statutes -"• provide no peniilty for such a«rime hp was ' arrested on iJTe 1 Charge namei|. Jutieau is fiO years old. He is'in JalL ' SeeDur'fine Worsted Suits at fifteen dinars, Good suits, six, eight and ten dollars. £ny tw'o'piece suit in tho, house Ht £6. Q rod two Wo havli an immense line of piece suits, at >^.50. $3, *4, aiid *5 Boy's, Youths and ChildrehV suits cheap a . '•.--. All our hat stock recced to close'out:. *-• We have this' morning, opened a case lot of fine natural grey all wool underwear worth 1.25. Toe low price we bought this at enables usto.Shll ii at 90 . cents each. See our night robes for holiday- trade neck muflle-r 8 ,-handke C chiefs, all ^les, s,lk and linen, A beautiful Imp of suspenders, in fact anything*in th» furnishing goods line and cftibing at prices .that cannot be duplicated. GAPS AWAY DONE. and get market if you one for a ••'•" CHRISTMAS PRESENT fft- v f A* M* +r ^ r fff •— • VkV IJ* * WV*>* ^ir«»»^«^^ —^r-- — A . X , T. Shanahan, Tailor and Clothier. i Campaign Agaids 1 N , Dep.i6.-r-A, L. Drum; mond chief of tie secret service division,- ^•MWUU, ~»~ ,_-r . . . ^^ .. - - : ., . has made jhis annual report to tne secre- tftry-of °the treasury. .It shows that 534 pereons^were Arrested during thg year, by bperatiyes of the service for dealing in cpua- terwt money or other similar violatipnsi qf law. Of this itumber only forty-two were- acqultWdj and about 100 are still awaiting trial. He devotes a chapter to tb£ green' |» KQods swindle, which he describes as one of the most outratg«jous^ and Successful Bwindles ever perpetrated bft "weak ati^ credulous" persona. Benson Cheats the Gallows. LEAVEKWOBTHi Kas., Dec. J.6.—C, A. B«nson, who brutally murdered Mrs. Theresa Mettman on the military reservation in 1890, committed suicide in jail here yesterday With a dagger be had gotten; hpld of in some unknown manner. He'was to have been, handed soon. Sudd«n SiuumoiM of Leopuld Morae. • ' BOSTON,JDec. 16;—Wh% waiting!^ see Representative Hitt, of, Illinois, in one: of th^rboin's of the Hotel Yendom.e,,,where the Boston Merchants' association w,as holding a banquef last night, ei-Represeu- • j^pold -Mdrke was^ stricken witii ail fltand OF MILLINERY GOODS '• OR THE NtXT 30 DAYS. I Will Sell at Oojt for Canflpi all ;?' -• ' " ;7v \" ' '• ' " ! X Hats and Bonnets, • H n • Seiwitar Gibs.on Dead. •Hot SPEINGS, Ark., D'ec. L. Gibson di^d here yesterday af^rnoon, after a, lingeriug and: apparently 'painless fllness. He wus born in Woodf,ord coutnty, Ky., Sept.. 10, 183y,.and »t the time of 'Ms death was senior senator frpin ^ouisiana. Happy aod consent is a. hpine >«ith 4 « The Rqr cheglgr; » lamp vv;ith the light of ther—- ! "~ No . ta «ww j^^w-J :-M~ — / accepted tn^]jpree(J. office ofmiuister teS witzerland-He was com- '«dssioned, took %be oath of ofjipednd made icady to starfrfor his post at duty in »Jaw daya : In fact FOR THE Blf XT THIRTY PAYS. fBiSSJAtJNA, is; in ; Charg6 of my Work Room Sh§is laiety from the wholesale house otPollock, fettibooe & Uh,apmau and' having Bad a large'e^periouce can give you satlsfaptioa and oft guort notice. ~ is the time and .. , • C. 2 doors west of P. Q, |s the place* GETS WAJSTBO TO SELL OUR 'KEW Boofe Blt>> storieM iojr children. Baited .. up to tfiis jnorwiug; we t«u»vft«!s until Joar*-»»i(i g^copJes'SOdfty-". '(JreateBt ces» ev^r kucyfa. Exira cpHmnsfclott'to "' » Outfit 61 oei*j». g'-'^'SFS*- ,,S«Hryp»ur wa yv*ri^lasoo4f8peolgai of all ojoaUtiea aq tfeat Wj > _. •,;:SHOES W E SELL, fiOSEB THE tiouae •on aorw qui«0f ¥BBT A»B NOT IN IT WITfl US. WE 3 " ^-KEEP A BTOC&.QF SHOES i, obly aeed » Bhprt Afulllineof » JUSTICE OF THE PE4Q6 OF TBI sts? MA ruUy. tlag a safe to ke«p J»d« meutdu r.utandoth&r valuable *

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