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Daily Chronicle Newspaper Archive: April 27, 1891 - Page 1

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   Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - April 27, 1891, Marshall, Michigan                                r MONDAY APRIL PU1CK A Pure Cream of Tartar to in Millions of s 40 Years the DeUdom Cake and Light Ffaky Griddle Palatable i each SHILOHS Ttettccen ofthis Great Cough Cure b Vfchoat parallel in the history of All dmggisU are authorized to sell it on a pos test that no other cure can oosaroily That it may become at tin enormous are placing a Sample Bottle Free into every home re the United States and If you have Sore or use for will cure If your child has the Whooping use it and rebel a If yondread that insidious disease use Ask your Druggist for 73ILOHS Price 10 50 and If your Lungs are sore or Back Shflohg Porous Price 25 Tough glass Macbeths pearl top and pearl glass are made of tough They rarely break except from MACBETH Chicago Real Amy man of Common Senae kuews that a lot in the heart of the city of Chicago at is a bet ter investment than GOLD DOLLARS FOR FIFTY Ton out sec are suoh lota at that price and lews by joining the i Douglas Boulorard Land 184 184 61 ISO feet front ontue Boulevard JBOO per share Including abstract witiv lot walks Titled Terms Easy For further Address to FIBTH COCHKAS E b in the city with a large con of V wishing to remember AaBOB purchaae those trees at 26o and have them delivered free of charge by calling on him tte Court WANTED TO MARRY Ollle VUlta Washington In a Tain Search for the Yi April fashiomably dressed woman of about 35 years was in the Baltimore fc Ohio depot having just arrived New Ollie Qodloe was the name she gave when she accosted Po liceman Hainos and inquired of him where President Cleveland could bo She evidently thought Cleveland waa still in the presidential She said she was en gaged to be married to the expresident and was looking after him to fulfill the engage Kelly charge of the woman and had her walk to th3 potto station and remain there during the evening until she could return to New Her oonveria tion at the station was that of a person of unsound Her story waa that while the expresident waa mayor of Buffalo she was engaged to be married to but the day get apart for their marriage she became insane and was sent to an She dis claimed all idea of putting Frankie aa she called Cleveland out in tha for she said that when she marries Orbver she intends to adopt The woman took the advice of Kelly and returned to New A DASTARDLY Two Ladlw Potioued by the Contents of a Buttle Bent April of the most crimes ever period attu m the west came to light this inonths ago Josephine widow of a millionaire mer chant of took a trip to California for her War wife of a prominent Denver real estate accompanied On their April Barnaby found a package postmarked which had arrived dur ing her It contained a small flask of whiskey wita this inscription With wishes accept this fine old whisky from your friends in the A few days later when fatigued drank some of the From that time both ladies suffered terrible Barnaby slowly sinking under theeffects of the terrible internal burning qf the poison which the bottle was afterwards found to Two days ago Barnaby died and Warrell is net expected to The motive for the crime is a The Weather aud the April The reports indicate that the weather conditions of the past week Uavo been very favorable to wheat and past ures and they have made rapid growth dur ing the The weather has been geaerT ally with a large amount of which has brought the crops rapidly for and the grass and wheat are nearly up to average growth of the season this is as the season was about twelve days late at Plowing and seeding has been pushed dur ing the And the oats nearly all sown m the southern tier of and in Branch and Joseph oountiea plowing for corn has begun and some early potatoes have been The condition of frujt at this date if very and if the trees escape the frosts of May there will undoubtedly bean im mense Over different styles of select from at jfc to jour grocer for Rice Creek mills Hour or call at the mill and get a lurper baa the tinest lino of Baked Goods in bis waijpn m Will call you every Stop wagon and look at tae i IT ISJTO TEACH THE What the Enterprise of an Internutlonut Fashion Magazine Done for Its NBW April the cabin who arrived from Europe today the steamship were fourteen parisian designers of ladies fash ionable These artists have beonen gaged by the enterprising managers of Tho New York and Paris Young Ladies Fashion Bazar to eontribute exclusively to tha col of that popular All of are well known in New for thoir reputations have preceded Cleveland and Marshall Roberta are among tlio society leaders who have worn gowns de signed by these During an inter view with a reporter one of the designers said Paris still leads the world of fashion al though Bugenio no longer sits upon the Parisian gowns have a style about them that cannot be I sup is the reason why wo have been en gaged to cone to America toteach the ladies of yuur beautiful through the columns of the New York and Paria Young Ladies Fashion how these wonderful creations of the dress making art are It is our business to de sign the handsomest and moat fashionable gowns for the different seasons of the These designs will be printed in colors and will be accompanied by snoh clear instruc tions as to the selection of materials and tho cutting and fitting of the garments that no woman of sense will have the least dif ficulty in snaking perfect gtting gownn her It is a a science to fashion a gown that will make a Very small and very fleshy lady appear Not one designer out of a thousand can hit upon the true lines unless he makea it the stunyof a You ought to see the May number of our We have designs in it that will take the hearts of the ladies by They do not get a new dress made tip every and I can tell you it is an important item to get tha best and very latest and mast exquisite Paria and have it fashioned like the one that is best suited to their A TORPEDO DID Chilean Rebels Lost an Irtpclud and 800 of Her TURKEY IS April warship Bianco which was one of the ves sels taken possession of by the rebels at the breaking out of the was sunk OB April 23 in Caldera bay by a torpedo fired by the new gunboat Almirante The destruction of the ironclad was at tended by of 200 comprising half of hex being killed by the explosion of the The govern ment ia now in possession of Caldera and The people at the Worlds Dispensary of have a stock taking time onoe a year and what do you think they dp 3ount the number of bottlea thatye been re turned by the men and women who say that Pierceo Golden Medical Discovery or Pieroes Favorite Prescriptioa didnt do what they said it would And how many do you thibk they have to One in ten one in five hun dred Here remediesrone the VIedioal for regulating and in vigorating the liver and purifying the blood iho the hope of weakly womanhood iheyye been sold for sold by the mill onbottles sold under a positive and not one in five hundred can say It waa not the medicine for me ihere any reason why you should be the you what do you lose Absolutely notbjpgl a jf you lore beautiful you will find them at North dm6 Dropped f M April Ulio tho Russian iv j giird to the detention by the Ottoman uu thorities on April of the Russian steamship I has caused groat alanii in oiiic u Tho that the embusHy would polled to take independent sure the unimpeded passage Of merchant Vesriels through Hie The P in i ji 1 tae Rudsiarn ir othor puweiM iilyiiL l jp on to take the niiiltor iuio i Diplomatic circles throuyhoat ple arc much excited ovjr tlij ar it is may i i i u serious THE CONSTIT D Now TlionjflU ul tary of liat n April rutary of states oliiru thn show tlia the jt tion increasing tiro general to joritj oi about A through until n ditj Da not Uu i i w th lie Uiii creams KvtiM Uut tin li 70 gu ramre it w 11 c freok i a i aud give you c i Carridijds uvur is ihi lor r i i SODTUING been for ihi lays i tUo best five CullU 71 X n gists the When Baby was we gave her fcr When she was a she cried When ihc became she clfing to When she had tjaveihem Castor A s Absolutely A cpeiinj Highest of all in i h Latest aij   

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