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Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - April 23, 1891, Marshall, Michigan VOL MARSHA THURSDAY APRIL PRICE TWO CENIJ A Pure Cream of Tartar Superior to every other in Millions of 40 Years the Delicious Cake and Light Flaky Griddle Palatable and l Ho other baking powdei does such DOROf HY BRENNERS PENSION i Secretary Brfner J Decision of 1 tbe April Secre tary BuBsey has rendered a decision revers ing the former one by the commissioner of pensions appeal of Dorothy widow bf Com pany First Michigan rec ord of Jthetaase shows that the soldier came to his death by suicide drowning in The testimony 61 shows that the soldi or a sociable quite and that while In ftie battle of Bull Bun he shot as he killed a man whom he thought to be a CONSUMPTION The success of this Great Cough Core is Without a parallel in the history of All druggists are authorized to sell it on a pos tive a test that no other cure Can suc cessfully That it may become the at an enormous are placing a Sample Bottle Free into every hoine m the United States and If ypuhave a Sore or nse for t will cure If your child has the or Whooping use it and relief s If you dread that insidious disease use Ask your Druggist for HILOHS Price 50 and i If your Lungs are sore or Back s Shilohs Porous Price 25 but who subsequentlyproVed to be the members hia and escaped his and he feared the Shortly after he was accidentally wounded by a hullof and was picked apparently He The testimony shows hi nereV af terward was the same man and was con stantly talking abonttfhe man whonVhe pre sumed he killed in the battle of Bull The assistant in hjq says that there taric5 rj ason to that tie sui cide of the soldier was due to his insanity and that it can be readily understood how an accident of that kind mtjjht have affected a man his peculiar FORTUNE IN A HOMICIDE IN A One Patient Kills Another Became he WM April Saturday night between the ward tisits of the night watch at the Willard State Dewitt an epileptic killed another John The homi cide was apparently committed by striking thevictim with the room which was dashed into fragments and the beds andthe were spattered with upon examina discovered that tbe victim died of suf as after felling Morrow his over him witl on of Sava cool was not thought to be He gave his testimony before the coroner in a lucid and told it with as much nonchalance as if ha had been butchering a Savacopl said that Morrow came to his Savacools bed in the night and an noyed Through the officers of tke hos pital the affair has been well hushed up for several days and only leaked out rii Nine TbontenA Secreted v April Miss this died last aged 66 a she had been bjj a family named walativaa Haggis ne day SHOT HIS NO MONEY FOR 0 Famell Charged with Brlngln g this About to Please April a meeting of the Tenants Defense league held Here Red mond made a statement that a continuance of the plan of campaign was impossible be with the exception of the fund now held in there was no money with which to continue the warfare against the At the federation meeting today Timothy who said that the state of affairs mentioned by Redmond resulted from Parnells intention to ruin the cam paign everyone of whDm was an continued was in alliance with the Tories and had in or der to please to bring about a col lapse of the plan of campaign on condition that no conservative candidate should be put farward in opposition to him in the city of e If tears Miss relatives had been puzzled tokniww her Three days after her funeral two of young womerf of the house concluded clean up the room Mtas and several articles consigned the Bennett We should like to give a new chimney fqr every one that breaks in We sell to the wholesale dealer he to the retail dealer and he to It is a little awkward to guarantee our chimneys at three removes frorn Well give you this NofiiOne in breaks from heat there Is almost no risk in guaranteeing Talk with your dealer It would be a good advertiser ment for i 1 Pearl top and pearl oiir glass A Chicagp Real E IB a bet nie heavy bustle of adorn The whole ripped opt nestling ina bfd were made had eart of the city of Chicago at FOR FIFTY You Mo secure euob at that price andJeaa by Joining the Douglas Boulerard Land 184 61 150 fet trowt oathe BouleTard 3500 per share Including abstract with Vary Easy For further AddroSf to and e resten ing gold eagles anddouble eagles an 1 amall silver The find Jrtsf Nine thousand dollars Is wnat tt the deoaased left no the ba dirided between her tWo with a neat ani tp the whdjjigopyered itl Again Occurred tbe Pennsylvania Coke April Threats have been turned to violeace and violence has again caused death ia the coke regions with result that 0 has been called to the Of tbe tragedy and allis in a The Fayette county officers went tc Ade laide this morning where they made two eVlctions aftjer a great deal of trouble and They were then overpowered by the strikers Reinforced By Sheriff and a large the deputies when a pitched took place between the sher iffs posse and about 300 men and in which a Hungarian girl was killed and others among whom are several battle occurred about three oclock this afternoon wnile the members of the company were lunching down at the boiler deputies were trying to keep the Huns from carrying back the household goods which had been thrWn out of the houses in A big strong Hun was fighting with the deputies when Sheriff tfoCorniiok started tp assist The Hun saw him coming and to The girl who was killed was a lover of the Two CAUGHT IN A April sad drowning accident Three yiung mi oenham were and who is the Bowing Df Stuart M out saleii o wheiiaboufa camai up aid cab aUthreemtottieN gocKl to keep afloat until but the other two sank anjd were Last year i Her ootud She had ringing and dizziness oft in bar And the causa of it all was breath ia as sweet as new nteadow cause of sbe is j Was the Sage for and was for with the fe rocity of a young The deputies say the pistol went off in the hands of the Hu4 and killed his Had it not been for the arrival of C at that moment every deputy would have dtrubtless been injured if not Sher iff McCbrmiek was shot through the thumb by bullet that killed the Evictions will take place at Leith towor Trew and trouble is Over 100 Pink ertfns ai o stationed ajt where 85 men are work in the C wKljer main 4 Deputies Craw Bhot His Sweetheart and Then April a aged shot his former sweet Martha and himself this afternoon in the dining room of Lit tles where Martha was Some time ago Martha discarded her parents objecting to their marriage on ac count of his Hunger called at the house at noon prepared to kill the He deliberately fired three shots at hitting her in the One of tho balls entered her head near the left ear and lodged in tho She was removed to the city Hunger shot himself in the expiring In his pockets werefound letters addressed to the girls father and to the chief police of this Tragedy In New York NEW April an early hour this morning Kate 29 years an actress employed in the concert saloon at 113 was shot in the mouth with a re vplverby a man supposed to be Albert a The woman was sit ting at a table in the rear of the stage at the The bullet inflicted a serious After the shooting Stoll went into the hall way of the dressing rooms back of the stage and attempted suicide by himself in the right side of the head with the same His wound is Mortat For Sale Back of Mills harness All work done to d a23 arrived here this evening with captured du4nj the ApiiiairThfl sanate finance ooaoniittea met this morning to arrange its Lf il AA In it to inv qt Mejlinley Ald waa apr pointed to prosecute the It will first information and will later in tte at take any will tale josod but a very afant POWDER Absolutely or
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