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   Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - April 29, 1891, Marshall, Michigan                                XJINO WEDNESDAY APRIL PHIGElWO CENI DONT WANT Superior to every other Used inJilillions of 40 Years the DeHdolus Cake and Light Flaky Griddle Palatable and ing powder does such SHE GETS SHItOiTS CDNSU M PTION I The of this Great Cough Cure to Without a parallel in the history of All druggists tire authorized to sell it on a pos itive a test that no ojher cure can sue That it may become the at an enormous are placing a Sample Bottle Free into every home rothe United States and If you have a Sore or use for will cure If your child has the Whoopliig it and relief If you dread that insidious disease Tonsumytion use Ask your Druggiu for I Price 50 and If your Lungs are sore or Back Shiloha Porous Price 25 cts Tbugh glass Macbeths pearl top and pearl glass are made of tough They rarely break except from t Chicago Real Any man of Common Senge knewa that a lot in Jhe heart of tke city of Chicago at le ter investment than GOLD DOLLARS FOR FIFTY You otH secure euoh lota at that price and less Douglas BanleTard Land 184 61 Lots feet Iront onthe Boulevard share Including abstract with 11 Terms Very Easy For further particulars Address to FIKTH 90 WASHINGTON f i ItL China Unwilling to Receive BtacSanator Blair as ear April Chinese gov ernment has notiBed the government of the tTnited States through the department of its unwillingness to receive Henry Blair as our minister to This is all the information that could be obtained here Secretary Elaine would not talk upon the subject and the minister sent down word to callers that he had retired and his interpreter was net im the Blair is in but his son was found and expressed surprise when informed of the action of the Chinese gov It he the first that any of the family had heard of His he felt was not aware of the It is well understood here that the objection to Blair is based upon his utterances concerning the Chinese question and that the republication of extracts from his speeches produced a deep impression upon the minds of prominent Chinese which finally in the notification re ceived by the department of state this even I The objection of the Chinese govern ment to Blair caused no excitement as this government recognizes the right of a foreign government to express its I unwillingness receive a minister who is not entirely DRUGGED AND A Mysterious Case that U Exc tuig he Good People of April singular case is exciting attention On Wednesday of last when the train on the 4 came into an old man was taken from it in an unconscious On his person were found letters from Mc Kinley and other prominent men also pa pers showing that he had just received about from the government in settlement for claims for and so forth furnished during the He has lain in this unoon scioup condition since last Wednesday un able to speak Investigation shows his name to be of Co1 The conductor on the train said that at Aurora a young lady who had been traveling with him got up and left the saying this is the place we get Nothing hasbeen heard of her Tha doctors say the man has been and it is thoughtby this The railroad people have had charge ef the Jooki tobe a man of about Bad of the Sensational Divorce Case at Grand GBAMD April sup presseg divorce case of Delia Davis Gill against Clayton formerly general freight agent of the Grand Rapids k Indiana and now chairman of the official classification committee of the Trunk Line association with headquarters in New waa disposed of The plaintiff was given a divorce on the grounds of The original bill was filed in tightly and for six mouths the clerk of court did not know who the parties Cross bills and answers were filed aad still no names were The original bill made sensational charges against al leging infidelity and scacdulous treatment Of the but today the court granted permission to withdraw all the papers and the simple complaint of desertion was en The plaintiff receives ali Found at The most beautiful decorated pattern in seniiforcelain of Meakins make b ngland ever brought into this Ladies who to purchase si methiug nice this spring to table something thatcan1 not be distinguished from real China will do well to call at John Wisemans and take a look at them before buying No More Duncan Lewis have erected a car et cleaning machine on Exchange street opposite John Adams novelty Carpets cleaned at 2 cents a Work nailed fur and delivered jail see STILL IN THE RINGV Carried WHITE DEALERS KINDS OF BocklU Bawed and White ace and 409 to OflM Phoebe Couilns Trpubls Before tbe April Miss Phoebe Couz ins this morning applied to the circuit court to prevent her removal as secretary of the ladies board of the Worldjs Her bill makes President Palmer and the othT er memb rs of thp board of control of Na tional and President Palmer and Susan Hale secre tary of th womans executive She seeks to enjoin them from taking any action in reference to the confir mation or approval of the proceedings of executive committee of ihe ladies and froir in any way interfering with her as Over different styles of goods to select from at Powers lurutr has the finest line of Baked Goods in his wagon ever in Will call onyou every Stpp the and lopk at tbe if you beautiful Ishoicest you will RAN INTO A Poor Persons Rilled in a Wreck Near April accident by which four persons were killed and several injured occurred this at four on the Metropolitan branch of the Baltimore Ohio about one mile this side of The train was the Cincinnati which left Baltimore at and Washington at and ran into a freight train which was at a standstill at a small station called Engineer of the express Engineer Henry and Fireman of the anc Postal Clerk Burdett Were killed Postal Clerk Peacock and Fireman G of the were seriously None of the passengers were dangerously The scene of the accident was at a sharp Curve running at iterate of 40 miles an found the freight on the main track taking Engineer Elliott applied the re versed his engine and did everything possi ble to avoid a but the speed of the train was so great that it was impossible to prevent the The four forward cars left the track and rolled over on their and the wreck caught destroying the postal baggage car and one coach of the The bodies of Fireman Murphy and Engineer Elliott were badly burned in the The western maila were partial ly All the persons killed and in jured wereresidents of Postal Clerks April recent terri ble accident on the Lake Shore Railroad in which several postal clerks lost their has spread consternation among the clerks of this eleven of them having sent in their The retirement of together with thofce killed and wound ed in the at has crippled the Spring crop of Baby Carriage j just re rved at All grades and styles from the cheapest to the most ex We are selling all kinds of fresh mea just the same at rock bottom NOW IS YOUR 1 have on exhibition a choice speci men of icrayon work from New Yb2fc which it will pay you to Orders taken for dm4 i ft First cass wprkmen at Do not confuse the Famous Blush of Bos e w th the worthless powders creams and blaaohea whilh are Get the genuine ef your 75 cents per Auci I gu rantee it will remove your tan and and give you a lovely 1 Snyder has the best lot of Baby Carriages ever shown in this For Over Fifty Years WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYKUP has been used for It soothes the softens the al lays all wind and is the best remedy for Twenty five cents a Sold by all gists throughout the When Baby was we gave her When fhe wasia she cried for When she became she clung to When she had she gave them The people at the Worlds of have a stock taking tioie once a year and what do you think they dor Count the numberof bbtUesthatlye turned by the men and women who say that PierceV Golden Medical Discovery or Piewfes Preacnptiqn didnt do what they isaid it would have to ive hun And how many do you1 One in ten Not one dredl Here are two vr orreu Medical for vigorating the liver and purifying the tto hope rf weakly theyve been sold for solo by thft mill ion bottles a positive aad not one Tin hundred cm was not the medicine for mel Andris there any reason you should be fye one yott dp youilose Abaolutely As c your zrooerfor Eicje Creek mills flour or call at ttw aiid jget a m p x POWDlvR Absolutely cream of tartar baking Highest of all in leavening Government Foot   

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