Centralia Sentinel in Centralia, Illinois
2 Jan 1890

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2 Jan 1890

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Centralia Sentinel (Newspaper) - January 2, 1890, Centralia, Illinois A Carters Ittie Iyer pills. Cure a be Ink la us Veitl Tho Tronte tool to a bilious tet of the by in mob Date time hmm drow Tny a l in Tow arte c. While their Felting pal in the Salt Loac. Remark Able a a acce Hee been a Torii in casing sick Flat uhf. Yet Cert a Little Law Pitt m s of fins i v to Neble or Oronat Petton in ii a end pro Fen tin this White they ate r a my he tip Inte Teiho jut and rep Tete the Bowel. Etna if they Only cased head ache they a told shoe Ewart a after from thin <1 Intro ing complaint. Birth Ort trively dotted Here and thaw who fore try them will fled thew Little a the in Many or that they Wilt not be willing to do without Mem. Bat efter mute Bow ache in the Bene of tatty Uwi thet Here in whet we a he oar Roet tweet. Oar pm he care it White others do cot certes e Little firer Pill Era tory Quot mull mid very very to Uke. One or two tlle makes dose. A a mud i 4 a a a j in 11 Eta we we we w 1 a they Ere it hotly Roger theet do not Gripe or Palm. Butty their Gentles log pet resell wha Cee them. rial it 9 a a rial it 25 rent five for in by druggist or sent by mall. Carter Medicine co., hew York _ shall Pill. Small dose. Small Price p. H. A Aeter. Pees. J. A. Paulhamus a to. Aberdeen South Dakota the comm Fri i and mite by Center of the two Beote i oar wre Tern . Oar Western Nii to nits we in offer in re Hoe in metres 7 per it i in Mil Srin Mort Gegis Ronfort or the the a form lend in South i we to we also in we a it Curti Arete of is pfc for it fir a sort to months it a per Rentje r annul. Of Yon Are fell our of clan a. Meets w b it a ill Joisy Roe to write air in Pemp Hlf a we h Row it full in Ami refer Etna a. Keystone company. Mien a. Set with entente tir Orr Lam v i. Echnat Mrtka . Be Quot mothers Friend toss Lher of a Muff la a Bradfield regulator cd. Atlantic Abos Bradfield regulator co Itla mag a a Loar a Drugo tars. An sold by l. H. Reed. It Arber shop removed from the old Post office building to the 1st door East of the St Irmis shoe store on Broadway Robertson s old stand where i will be pleased to attend the wants of Tov friends m Alex Poston a Kell s a pork mouse will furnish you with tin choicest spare ribs amp tenderloins will also give special attention to Lah orders. Insurance and loan office j. S. Hobbs Agency. Fire. Life Accident and Cyclone. Policies written up and losses adjusted on Short notice. Largest companies and prompt payments. Money to loan on real estate. Long time. Office at j. Groschl a East Side store. Nuv7-2m r e. Tate amp son. 1 Grain warehouse Odell amp Andrews git stand Balei hut Hall Hills at Reed constant on band orders promptly filled and deliveries made to every part of the City. Iou Waul them Best in the world g. L. Pit Fenger Koh a a Wahn Khz Hole agents tor Centralia Centralia Sentinel t. L. It la. F. i wan Ash . Tar report of the labor Bureau shows that there Are .110,267 farm Mort it rage in this state representing $402, dab,950. And calling for ti4,825,Oso of interest Annie lev. The question of doing away with the one Man Power on juries is receiving considerable attention and it is to he hoped that the next legislature will give the people a Chanco to Reform the jury business. And now comes the statistical fiend with the statement that it Coats the people of the United states $226,000,000 annually to be born $300,000,000 to get married and $75,000,000 to get buried. According to those figures it is cheaper to tile than get married. Among the Manv cheap City dailies we know of none that Exeland but few that equal the Chicago journal and we take Pride in recommending it to those of our readers who wish a Chicago paper. The journal also issues a splendid weekly. Write to the company for a Sample copy. That the Law is an expensive piece of machinery has often been proved but never More conclusively than in the Cronin Case. Though the most guilty persons have yet escaped punishment and the trial of the jury bribery is yet to in heard the tax payers of Cook county Are in for $12,000, and the four convicted criminals Are not yet in the pen. The amount of Reading matter published about thi Cronin trial is truly wonderful As will be seen by Tho following report in reference to the Chicago press the inter Ocean devoted 162 columns to the trial the Herald 321 columns the times 279, the Tribune 210 and the journal 140. When it is recollected that these figures Hare nothing to do with the hundreds of columns published both before and since Tho trial by the Chicago papers it can truly be said that the Cronin murder has been Well written up. As every paper in this country has devoted column after column to this Case it would take Many figures to give the True number of columns the press has Given to the Public referring to Illinois in his address on the subject of Wagon roads before the Syracuse Board of Trade col. A. A. Pope of Boston said a on Illinois roads a full Load for a two horse team can be carried for three months of tile year two thirds of a Load for three months and a half Load for six. If tile average Load is not so Low As in Illinois it will come near it. Tile Illinois roads Cost $15,346,000 in extra hauling and reduce the value of farms at a distance from railway depots by $160000,000. If Illinois spent $250,000,000 on Good roads the total interest on this sum would still leave enough of the sum spent on hauling to build anew state Capitol every year to say nothing of the nervous Wear and Diar and the prismatic profanity induced by country roads when to Frost is coming out. Good roads would save the state its state tax every year Aud the labor misdirected and wasted on Good roads now would go far toward making Good o i k a w mss solid Gold h Iii i _ Worth is i 00.00. Etc it tit watch in the world perfect timekeeper warranted heavy solid of Ali it Hunting Tam doth ladles and gent c lice with works and Case of equal value. Oke Pokson in each locality can secure one the Sumner press commenting on the need for doing away with the one Man Power on juries says a the Prest has heard old Habi tues of the courts say that when two men get on a jury who have served for Many years As Justice of the peace the result is almost invariably a Hung this Calls to our mind a murder Case tried in Gallatin county some 15 years ago. Among the jurors were two sex justices Aud an sex Constable and after the a eleven contrary men had held out for two Day Aud it was realized that they would never agree with the one a Wise Man a the Constable went to the Justice who was on his Side believed in hanging murderers and proposed that lie be allowed to fix up a couple of straws Ami that the two sex justices draw to decide whether Tho criminal should be Hung or cleared at the same Lime telling the Justice How to insure hanging. The Justice agreed and the Constable hunted up the other Justice the one a smart Many of the crowd and Laid the scheme before him. Lie readily acquiesced the straws were a fixed a and the jury ordered the murder Hung. The joke on the a smart Man Quot was so Good that it leaked out the next Day and the criminal had trouble inputting the expense of Roombos trial on the tax buyers of that county. The judge tined the s. In. $100, the Constable $50, Tho other jus Tice $25 and gave tile cutin jury a lecture that they never forgot. In memory. Re together with our urge and valuable line of he Niehold Siti i Nam pie As welfare Frt a. A the work you false modesty lying in concealment. The fourth annual report of the committee on necrology for the year just closed. Half a Elrahm of Tho Pere Onel and a on of a a of of to of the Ilock Knyfd it rot h a of the Ontrilla , chapter and commander. Many of the duties and Aims of masonry. The Benediction by or. J. A Wallar closed the exercises of the 4th memorial service of the Centralia masonic order and those who were present went to their Homes feeling that they had spent a profitable evening in listening to the tender words and song Beautiful and impressive in memory of the departed hut not forgotten Brothers. Need de i to a of whet we Send you to Tho a who cell your Friend and neighbor Ami Tho about you that alway requite in Val Ruble Trade for us which hold for year when once a tarted Aud the we Are repaid. We pay All a prese freight Etc after you know All of you would like to go to work for it you can Aam from so to so per week Aud upward. Adore. A Dawb acce Box i 9, Portland main. Maxador is the result of years of observation and experience. It is now recommended by leading physicians tor Cost Veness Aud indigestion. Some five years ago Centralia Lodge . 201, f and a. My a through the efforts a or and suggestions of Henry d. Buck originated the present plan of holding a memorial service at the close of each year at which time sketches of Tho personal and masonic records of deceased members Woald be read. Instead of the stereotyped plan of drafting resolutions of condolence1 and having them published in the newspapers. carry out this plan a committee on necrology was appointed to collect such data and other information and make an annual report at the close of each year. The first two reports of this committee were read at the annual meeting of the Lodge but the third report being quite Large or. Buck further improved his already popular plan by asking the order to set apart an evening for the purpose of listening to the report of the committee on necrology to which the families and friends of the fraternity could be invited lobe present and participate in the service. There being deaths of resident members of either the Lodge chapter or commander in i huh the committee on necrology had report to make last year hut the messenger who brings us to these awful mandates from which there is Appeal erased three names from the list of resident members two non resident and one non Nufi Ivial member during the year just closing. Friday evening december 27th, 1hh9, was the time chosen for the annual report of the committee on necrology and in response to invitations extended to the members their families. The families and friends of the deceased Brothers the clergy and press of the City the masonic Hall was comfortably filled to listen to the 4th annual report of the committee for the past masonic year. On an incline in front of the master s station were displayed a number of Beautiful Horal masonic emblems from the friends of Tho deceased members and Brothers of the order. Pots vases anti baskets of Beautiful Hewers were hastily arranged which emitted their Lovely perfume which silently blended with the solemnity of the occasion. Shortly past eight o clock worshipful master Al l. Stoker opened the exercise with a few remarks of explanation after which the regular program was commenced. A select choir from members of the order anti their families had been prepared. Consisting of w. I. Holcomb and wife j. L. Davis and wife and miss Mary Davis la. M. Newell and wife George Harris and wife and h. H. Wallar who rendered Beautiful and appropriate vocal music during the evening. In the absence of or. J. L. Wallar the opening prayer was offered by h. I. Rhodes. The 4th report of the committee on necrology was read by brother Henry d. Buck which was Well prepared and Well delivered. The report gave As far As the committee was Able to get a sketch of the deceased members lives and masonic records each ending with a Beautiful and appropriate tribute to the memory of the departed brother. The report was written in that vein of feeling tenderness sympathy Aud consoling spirit characteristic to the fraternal love and ties of masonry Aud was delivered in a Clear Aud articulate manner appropriate to the words and spirit of the report. The first on the list was that of Chas. O. Pinkha i of Fargo Dakota who was a member of Gyrene commander k. T., . 23, of this City. The second or. J. F. Roberts late of this City who was a member of Centralia Lodge . 201, also of the Gyrene commander. The third a f. Horn who was a member of Lodge 201, chapter 93, it. A. A Council . 28. And of Gyrene commander k. T., . 23. A passing tribute was also Given to the late George in Webster of Sandoval who was a non resident member of Gyrene commander also to the late Geo. I. Morrison of Chester also a member of the same order. A sketch and tender tribute was also Given to the memory of the late capt. A. J. Warner of Central Cit who was a you a filial member and was buried at the hands of the Centralia Lodge . 201, by request of the deceased. Following the report Hon. C. H. Patton of it. Vernon delivered a Short but impressive address outlining the tie business. A citizen of Boyd a Here the other Day and related a few of the trials and tribulations of the tie buyer especially at that Point. He says Jim Parkinson is the Boss buyer in that Belt of the Woods. He can stand More cussing to the tie than any Man living. He can Tell just How Many a a Touchy ties a Man has on his Wagon before he gets within a Hundred Yards of him. Jim will Mark the Good ties and select the bad ones and then the cussing begins. The fellow will ens Driver then he will cuss the Railroad company next he cusses the Republican or democratic parties As suits his political proclivities Hest he cusses his neighbors for making ties and winds up by giving Jim a scientific cussing jumps on his Wagon and declares that he will never haul another tie if the country goes to the Devil for the want of railroads. Iii about three hours the same individual drives up with another Load of ties ready to go through the business again. A Jim has struck a new Deal on them says our informant t he keeps a Broad axe and Chalk line Handy and when they bring in a crooked tie he makes them line it up and Hue it Down into fir to class shape. It was rather up Hill work at first hut when he would inform them the it would be rejected unless worked Over they soon caught on. And went to work. A Why a says the Boyd Man a Jim could make Good wages by Selling the chips left in the Yards frown this business alone of it was t for Dodo Andrews. You see dude is too Lazy to Cut stove Wood so he freezes onto Jim s there is lots of fun cussing and humility Etc., in running a newspaper or Selling real estate hut nothing eau equal the expedience of a tie buyer. At the churches. The usual Christmas festivities at the churches was Cele i Ira ted in a very elaborate manner much to the Delight of the Little folks. The Baptist Church out done nil former efforts in the line of Christmas entertainments. The Interior of the Church was profusely decorated with tins stars which caught the glittering Ray. Of the lights and made the ceiling one continual lilo of sparkling brightness. Immediately Over the altar was one big illuminated Star and taking All things into consideration it was a Star time All around. The program consisted of recitation and music after which each of the sunday school scholars were presented with a Woollen bucket full of Choice Candy Aud All went Home shouting a a merry Christmas to the methodist Church made Effort scrap poverty brings us Many strange a and j Fords. A i m read Bird a said the Parrot when Given a Book to peruse. Acute and chronic rheumatism can be effectually and permanently cured by the use of Hibbard a rheumatic syrup and plasters. Sold by c. P. Marshall co. When a nun Elope and marries it is always a nun known Man. The Only walking match Paris has known for some tim is Bernhardt. Tho effect of using Hibbard s rheumatic syrup it unlike All Medicine containing opiates or poisons it being entirely free from them it cures rheumatism by purifying til Blo id. Sold by c. P. Marshall amp co the papers have announced an earthquake in Venice water quake that must have been. Or. A. Der oven merchant Deroven. Louisiana says a the St. Pat Rick s pills went like hot peo ple who have once tried them Are never satisfied with ant other kind. Their gentle action and reliability As a cathartic is what makes them popular. For Sale by j. J. Pfaff amp of. And l h. Reed. have anything on the elaborate scale having spent most of their time on the fan Drill and supper. The Young folks of the sunday school gave a literary entertainment after which Candy fruit and nuts were distributed with a lavish hand. The congregationalists had a very Nice entertainment at the k. P. Hall Given by the Little folks of that sunday school in which they acquitted themselves in a manner that brought fort i frequent comment by those who were present As spectators. A tree was also provided and presents were distributed. The German Church had their entertainment tuesday eve., embracing the customary program Aud tree for the the sunday school. It was i Argel a attended and passed off very nicely. The Catholic folks had their Church nicely fixed with decorations and is age. The Little folks gave quite a lengthy program of recitations and song and had a general Good time. A Large tree was one of the features and the distribution of presents was on a Broad and Liberal scale. The presbyterians had a very Good program on the literary Aud music order after which a old Santa distributed can idea Etc. Tho prominent feature of this sunday school we As the ample and Liberal provisions made for Comfort and happiness of the poor of our City. Sacks of flour chickens provisions and Cash in abundance Howell in and has been distributed where it could do most Good. The Young people wound up the festivities by Bola ing a social at the Home of t. H Orison. Rob a continued Shaft. Story the elevator it tingly pronounce or. Bulbs cough syrup Superior to exo Salt Lake mormons consider their Church a heirs Rev than the United states government. A lady in South Carolina writes my labor a Shorter and leis painful than on two former occasion. Physicians astonished i thank you for mothers it is Worth its weight in Gold. Address the Brad Field Reg. Co., Atlanta ga., for particulars. Sold by l. H. Reed. Druggist Centralia Iii. In Africa it costs More to convert a native to christianity than it does to make him into a slave Hibbard s rheumatic syrup and plasters Are prescribed by the leading pity state of Mittli Gaii. Its Home state and Are remidies of unequalled merits for rheumatism blood disorder and liver and kidney complaints. It comes with the highest endorsements and recommendations a to its curative Virtues. Sold byc. P. Marshall amp co. Very few persons chm hold a heir own on their first sea voyage. Hibbard s rheumatic syrup cures rheumatism by striking a the eat of the disease and restoring the kidneys and liver to healthy action. If taken a sufficient a Gnu to thoroughly eradicate such Poison it never fails. Sold by c. P. Marshall a co the a a a of fashion and the Mold of form without an undershirt to keep Bim warm. In i Noto items. The photographer is doing a Good business. W. O. Brown and wife Are visiting in keys port. N. A. Faulkner i dangerously sick with typhoid fever. Stella Holden of Alma is visiting with her Mother Here. Mrs. West. Of Texas is visiting her Mother mrs. Armstrong. Several Irvington people took in Centralia Christmas night. Mrs. J aft. Lewis of Centralia is spending the holidays with parents Here. Hibbard a rheumatic syrup. There is certainly something re nine Katie la his preparation As it is meeting with it Success never attained by Tun other Medicine. It never fails. If used As directed. For Over Twenty years i have been a great sufferer from the effects of a diseased stomach and for three years Joast have been unable to do business two years ago to Case was pronounced i incurable. I visited different water cure and climates All to purpose. Last june i began tiring Hibbard s rheumatic syrup prepared by rheumatic syrup n., Jackson Mien and at once began to feel better i have used thirteen bottles and am a Well Man. Edward Raker master Mechanic and Blacksmith 202 Jackson Street j a knot Mich. Young sap head who had prolonged his evening Call until Midnight happened to strike that Well worn quotation about leans in Val Lambrosa. The Young lady yawned and asked at what hour one a leaves in he took the hints and his leave too. In its treatment of rheumatism and All rheumatic troubles Hibbard s rheumatic syrup stands first and Foremost above All others. Read their medical pamphlet and learn of the Groat medicinal value of the remidies which enter into its composition. Sold by c. P. Marshall amp co. Watermelon seeds were found in an egyptian Tomb that was 3,000 years old. There is doubt about their being Watermelon seeds because the Mummy was All doubled up. The question of whether marriage is a failure receives some Light from the situation in Grosbe Kerek Hungary where eighty women Are on trial each charged with poisoning her husband. Thirty eight of the husbands died. Wild game i lists Best to the Man who must Hunt for it. The Hunter gets an appetite before he gets his dinner a new poet whose verse is attracting attention in the West is six feet six in his stockings. A veritable Long fellow. Notice to fruit growers. The Centralia fruit package and shipping association Are now receiving material and the manufacturing of to raw Berry Ca will be commenced at once. Those desiring to arrange for a Supply for the ensuing year Are requested to Call at the factory and leave orders for same. Centralia fruit package and shipping association. Notice. I will sell the celebrated Hatfield fan Mill for $12, former Price $30. I will sell at this Price for the next 90days to Mills to be sold. Come one come nil your last and Hest Chance for a first class seed separator. Four blocks South of old National Bank Centralia. Ill Joe skipper. W4t-dl he Centralia sentinels a Rob room sit 1 a have been replenished with the latest designs of Fine new Job Type to meet the demands of the Public in j ener Al. A Fine Stock of stationery ll.,., a1. I i pm has also been placed in the office and we Are now ready for any class of work entrusted to our care. Rates reasonable work prompt Jolt a Tillman props. F. Neirin Guiaus amp bros., West Side Railroad. Centralia ill. A dealers in Fine boots oat shots. Slippers anti stabbers. All goods marked at Bottom figure., an i guaranteed fit c a a a is i0 i Aud the Quality of rho material used Iii them. We have also other grades to suit. Give a a Call before purchasing of others As we feel that we can please you make repairing done on Short notice in a Workmanlike manner a baby is King All the world Over. As its Rule should be As quiet As possible fail not to provide it with or. Bulls baby syrup for All the ailments incident to its condition. It is a Safe remedy. A better article it is impossible to get sir i have tried them All and uthes an important club offer la its readers literature of lasting inter a it value it is fully and Tojeau to fully 0 illustrated and has already gained a More than National circulation exceeding 125.000 copies monthly. A a a a 4 4 Price 25 cents a number s3.�� a year with /y\essp5. Charle5 Scribner Jons the publishers enable us to offer Scribner s Magazine with the _ a a. Weekly Sentinel $4.00 per year

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