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Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - April 28, 1891, Marshall, Michigan VOL XHNO TUESDAY APRIL PRICE TWO MURDER AND A Pure Cream of Tartar Superior to every other Used in Millions of 40 Years the Delidom Cake and Lteht Flaky Griddle Cake Palltable7 and bating powder does such CONSUMPTION The success of this Great Cough Core h Without a parallel to the history of Jdl druggists ire authorized to sell it on a tave atest that no other cure can Thit il may OpnctoSi at an enormous are placing a Sample Bottle Free ihtb every home m the United States and If you have bore or use for your chUd has the Whooping use it and relief you dread that insidious disease use Ask your Druggist for HILOfiS Price 10 50 L and t00 iVJoat Lungs are sore or Back Shilohs Porous Price 25 TWO TRAMPS SHOT Wloodjr Affray la the Oonatj Jail April colored men giving their names as Moses Pennis and Edward Blackburn were arrested here last Thursday night while attempting to burglarize Steckert FingePs hardware store and were confined in the county a rickety old awaiting The sheriff was notified by atiother pris oner named Mills that these mem contem plated making their and whan Turn key Albert Tether entered their cell fhis morning to their breakfast dishes he was om his On entering the cell both men him with a piece of iron and a padlock dealt him several heavy blows before he could do anything to defend He managed to draw his and im the scuffle succeeded in shooting both who hails fromNortk was shot through the heart and died who claims to have a sister living on East Fort street in had two bullets through bis body and cannot It has since been learned from another prisoner that these men had been planning to kill or overpower the sheriff or someof his obtain the keys and make their Both were evidently tough characters and experienced Man His KUtroM and Then Tough glass Macbeths pearl top and pearl glass are made of tough They rarely break except from MAOBRH DELUDED Deplorable Coadltlon of Tuoto to April A dispatch that people arriving at from Pnreell and other prints along the Canadian nver in the Indian say that the negroes are coming over f rent Oklahoma and beg ging something to Their condition is said to be something were deluded into going to Oklahoma last fall in larga numbers and have found none pf the good things promised no BO government nothing to afford them a chance to earn an honest Instead thej soon found the gaunt wolf of starva tion at their and now are trying to make their way back to their former homes in Mississippi and oth er southern April Because of his unhappy love fora which had so arated him from his a Visitor by the name of Welden chloroformed his mistress at an early hour this morning and then ended his own life with a trag edy occurred at the Grand VieW Friday last they came here and registered as and Not ap pearing at the breakfast tablo this morning at their accustomed clerk burst in to the On the saturated with blood which had flowed from a wound im Weldens bodies of the man ank The revolver was grasped tightly inftja right hand and cotton satura ted with chloroform in the left told the A note addressed to the proprietor of the hotel gave the reason already stated for the tragedy and directed that his body should be sent friends at The woman was Mary of Fort AT SAN The Preeldeat ami Party Kojofred Thomiolvet SAH April president and accompanied by the members of the reception were driven to Golden Gate Park this On eaoh side of VanNess extending fourteen was a line of school children nearly all of whom had which they threw the president as he General Wanamaker left the party at Van Nesa avenue to inspect the and the proposed sites for the new After visiting various joints interest in the the party lunched at the residence of Adolph on Sutro from which a grand view of the Pacific was After lunch the military reservation at Presidio was The president re viewed the troops at tho pest and witnessed artillery and cavalry In the evening a reception was Hold at th Palace The party will attend th launching of the armored coast defense ves sel Monterey Found at The most beautiful decorated pattern in Of Jr G Meakins make Kngland ever brought into this Ladies who intend to purchase si mething nice this spring to set their table something that can not be distinguished from real China will do wellto call at John Wisemans and takea look at them before buying Ti M o re Wh I ppl n Duncan have erected a oar pet cleaning machine on Exchange street opposite John Adams novelty Carpets cleaned at cents a Work nailed for and delivered fall and see styles from the cheapest to the most ex selling all kinds of fresh mea the same at rock bottom BDTLEB NOW IS YOUR 1 have on exhibition a choice speci men of crayon work from New Ybfli Which it will pay you to Orders taken for dm4 First qlass workmen at Do not confuse the Famous Bluah of Boa e W th the nuur powders creams and bleaches whijh are flooding tha uet the genuine ef your 75 cents per And f guirantee it will remove your pimples blae tau and ana give you a lovely 1 Chic3g6 Real a lot in ter GOLJ DOLLARS FOR FIFTY Wh 10U ftt that Pongjfta Boulerard Land 1 84 184 Jront onthe Boulevard abstract lot Terms Very Easy For further particulars Addresa to FIBTH St ILL ET be ta the olty with a large con i Beoame SntUenly April a wealthy resident of Philadelphia was taken suddenly insane at the Palmer Sun and attempted to commit suicide by throwing himself from the with great he was removed to a vate retreat near The it is will result in serious legal and fi nancial difficulties for his Stod dart is the senior member of the wholesale dry goods firm of Stoddart of and has a palatial home 6n South Twentyarst street in that resulting from business complica caused by the death of brother a short time ia the cause to which Mr mental injuring dowi isattri op wa oompanied by his wife and for rest and recuperation when the dementia It was to the BOHB of mind and courage in grappling with Stoddart that the unfortunate merchant Over differeot styles of goods to select at Turner haa the finest line of Baked Goods in his wagon ever in VVUloall on evtry Stop the wagon and look if jou love beautifol flowers sttoicesi y0tt will at North Oblaamaa late the April governmen authorities have been notified of the arriv al here today of five Chinamen who evaded the emigration laws by being land ed in Mexico and brought across the Arizona State The celestials consist of Chi a man of some 40 who has four sons ranging in age from 21 to 12 The fa ther spent several years in America some time and after remaining some few he returned to his in Homj Kong for big Wy8 Uuneso agenda Mexico who is doing a large businesjj in Bmuggljng Chinamen across the and that he and hit gone were of a paty of fifty whooamo ia at the same time The people at the Worlda Dispe Y have a atock iaki iear pnd what do you think of time been re nv many do you think they have to m a V two remedieoone toe Golden Medxcal for regulattig S3 In iTtr tEe W6od the the hope of weakly womanhood year8 the miU lon bo i bottles sold under a poaitive and not one in five hundred can wy was not the medicine foi melw is there any reason why pne Ask yoar grooer for Rioe Greek mills flour or at the miU and get a saok j t of Baby es ever shown in this For Fifty Years WINSLOWS SOOTHINQ SYRUP has been used lor children teething It soothes the softens the a K wind is the best remedy f or nye cents a S6ld by all drul giats throughout the world g When Baby was we gave her When she was a she cried for When she became she clung to When she had she gave them POWDER Absolutely A cream of tujtar baking Highest of all in leaveoing streLtfcu
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