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Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - April 25, 1891, Marshall, Michigan XHNO SATURDAY APRIL PKiCK I1 WO CENi HANGMANS Colored BlnrderorH ted In A Piflre Cream of Tartar Superior to every other Used in Millions of Homesi 40 Years the Delicious Cake and Light Flaky Griddle Palatable and Kb Other Uking powder docs such woriu SHI CONSUMPTION The success of this Great Cough Cure is irithottt a parallel in the history of All druggists authorized to sell it on a rtive a test that no other cure can sue seeefally That it may become the at an enormous placing a Bottle Free into every home in the United States and If you have Sore or use for will cure If your child has the or Whooping Use it and reljef If you dread thur insidious disease use for t IIILQHS Price 50 and If your Lungs are sore or Kuck jjj Shilohs Porous Price 25 We should like to i new chimney for 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 rempves from Well give you this Not one in a hundred breaks from heat there is almost no risk in guianajnteeing Talk with your Healer about Itwould be 3fgood advertise ment Pearltop and pearl our glass MACBETH 4 April Mnr harigod today in the jiiil yard for iluj u in January of AlUxj a white wilii whom hu wits Martin made n Hpcrch from the saying that he did not intend to kill woman and Una IK felteuro of go ing to The drop fell nt but j tho knot shipped nnd his rr ck was notI iud death fnm ntrangula i he was pronounced dead nnd the iody was cut andplaced in tho Tho witnessed jonly by tiio authorized of Bill was this Pickens for the murder of Jake The dispute which led to the mur der began over a nickel that said Milos Edmund WHS liaf ged today at Manning for the murder of John The hanging was pri under the laws of the TO BLOW IJuvi riot to Ujuuiulte the A i was given to tho of this city tonight by Tunm Brad A a i tho coko Timmousisa carpenter 1 in Home COUNTING The Work Will Commence In the United TreiMnry Nrxt April Enos of recently appointed United States reached QuiTE A SNAKE STORY A Keptlle he ABi loiiiturnl College lmnl to CiuitHln TIHIT April the geological deparmont discovered nil phenomenon yes black water which he was fileU his bond for the als performance his He will euter the duties of liis office until next na all tlie subtreaburios and depository itself was three fta long and not over one and a quarter inches in largest bcdy The 1 iih was a min nud atiolliei wits about three1 inches The most g discovery was of tfe office to wait till it bfttiks make their settlements on and ho thought it best for the couTemowco I that of thq office to wait till the settlements h becm The count of the cash and curities in tho which is always made upon tho incoming of anew will commence next The commit to c apt ointod to superintend tho count is composed of of the lie moneys who will represent the secretary of the treasury Hunt the chief of loan who will represent the retiring and George Robertson a chief of a divisionjn the 0811x3 of comp troller of tho who will represent on his ered H Yiiero K J diseov at work r i city i l The Huns are very fy1 coiiiiiuiy fair into tlie e on their errand l s for the re Our With April Sabatore of tho Tribune ol vto has been recently sent to the LiiiieJ to give that imiheltalo j i iicsi domes that Baron Favahtw made in tiiijf ilnnjjis di I diiiittt A GREAT for tho nental American g April parties will soon be in the tield engaged m the work of a preliminary survey for the proposed Inter Continental American The y sent to Ecuador will begin work in about a and the American expedi must now bo very near its wLile the third party will also bo bo fpro a great Having computed all that be done for the j the Inter continental Railway commission haa ad journed untilthe 1st of February of next i by tjire it is expected the three imrtns have secured valuabje data upon winch the commission cau baso its wqrk and outline a more definite line of for the proposed if its construction be found feasible and practic IVothirdn ri quite equal to captured i Cur served in iticoliol a Over iMlorm from it u1 for llf i llliil 1 lltiur or call 4 I Sulphur tunuuials hianlev as an Minn F oi tho FAMOUS iiii down ad Loilcf i cor ud tun if Bhjre of tin pr UiUSUllIA but tin in rtt i ilill nlf H sll1 that i n a 75 iirdor 3 uvor suvvu at ws SVIIUP has lor cliiklivn It hootlus the jil liiyjiall cures wnnl and is best reuuiiy for Twiiitv l S lu W Baby was we ij i It at the to liu lUiiiLrt i i the ni of the of i of a irocciS Itudi picscnled to secrefcaiy iu iaitis to irtihjtuie m that laajjuSgeail Uiplomutic before preseiitmg them to the If it bo true tliat an er ror occiiiTwJ in and ponse queutly a it must to he not to the but to the tranblatof of the state dciartirient tha translated the dispatch from I he French into the r i I u r I Ail Chicago Real Jkay man of Common SenJe H 1 b u a ie hewt of tbe city at t ar IhTAfttmAnt than i iu a bet GOLD DflLLASS FOR fIFTI Ton mn aecare tuch at that pric and by joining Uie Douglas BouleTaird Land 194 184 61 ISO Tapt front oflttie Bauieviird per share including ftbtitr with wfclku 1 Terms Very Fpr further particulurs to JFIBTH Last yerir Her eyvs ie ami weak and could smeii it and dizziness ojTt iu hr And caujU of ic all was catarrh This Her is as awoet as the now meadow hHli fl Her eyes ajo asR And tlie cause oi aho is ready to f Was the Cjre for Sayus Catariii will positively euro in the uo how bad or of how loutf ny coiits by all Au A 1 sewiug jhitciiim iJr bhle beeu very Eaquiru K I physically and Meantime j she was a she 1 the delegateson Ibe commission will return j Wbpu she Uvainc respective countries in order j IPhwshehaJ j gianer inturmation foruse when hey vc Th era is an executivo witli lull power to that will to buaMiess comiiig of oilkein ttiiscity iviii remain open tJie ceivu any and it formation bo Even should the reruns of t he surveying parties be adverse to the construction of an intercontinental railway it is expected thut uinch good will como of their work through the increased knowlcdtje obtained of the coantrit as the iai veyois will travel through a great deal of neyt r before K lo Ueadjr D April a farmer near exploded a dynamite car tridge this morningunder a while he was standing net far away witha basket of dynamite cartridges on his The car tridges the basket were also explqde and the was instantly killed being torn to pieces His dog came to the scene aiid de fled apprbach to the He was jahot before tho remains could be Judge Muctguuierv April condition of Judge Montgomery has so materially improved that Richard of has been at the mtienfs forten leaves for lome Tfee sick is cow re larded emtiroly out of He eat for tuo ucst time since his Absoiuteiy Pure A cream of tiuta Highest of all inlo I Latest Ll
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