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Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - April 30, 1891, Marshall, Michigan XIINO THURSDAY APRIL PRICE TWO A Pure Cream of Tartar 1 Superior to every other Used in Millions of i 40 Years the XWfctewXfcke and Light Flaky BlicuiW Griddlft Palatable and Vb other Baking powder does such SHILOlfS CONSUMPTION success of this Great Cough Care is without a parallel in the history of All druggists are authorized to sell it on a dive 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 home fnthe United States and If you have a Sore or use foi will cure If your child has the Croup or Whooping use it and rehe s If you dread that insidious disease use Ask your Druggisffbr HILOHS Price lo 50 and If Lungs are sore or Back lame s Shilohs Porous Price 25 Tough glass Macbeths pearl top and glass are made of tough They rarely break except from MACBETH Chicago Real E Any man of Common Seme kuewa that a lot in the heart of the cltrof Chicane at is a than FIFTY QUO secure each at that price and leas by the Douglas Boulevard Land 184 184 liOta 160 feet Iront onthe Boulevard per eliftra iacludlng abstract with waltrB Titles Very For farther particulars Address to FIBTH 90 WASHINGTON CO DEALERS IN ALlKINDS OF A REIGN OF ntUIana Prepare to Resist an ist April most serious feeling of alarm prevails in official here at the possibility of outbreak on May Every preparation possible is being made to meet and suppress any Several violent anarchist in iended to incite the soldiers composing the garrison of Paris and itsneighborhood to have recently been Until May day is over no soldiers will be allowed to leave their barracks except upon guard duty or to bring in supplies of pro Even the officers are confined o the To each soldier of the gar rison ICO rounds of ball cartridge have been The eutire military and police forces of Paris are prepared at almost a moments notice to issue forth from quarters and occupy the streets and squares of Paris in such a manner that any anarchist move ment will be pretty sure to be nipped in the however well planned it may It isofficially announced that no labor demonstration will be allowed in the streets of this city on May TRIP TO An Analysis of Hoyts Latest Musical Faree Charles Hoyt certainly possesses the facul ty of amusing the Whatever may be said concerning literary or dramatic meiits of his farce the fact re mains that not one of his numerous imita tors has succeeded in producing plays as popular as Rag the Bunch of the Parlor or the Texas A Trip to Hoyts latest pro duction does not Differ inaterially from the plays mentioned It is perhaps a trifle mer rier and just a little bit The object of the farce is to ridicule that unfortunate cTttss of idlers who think themselves To attain his end the playwright has intro luced half a score or more exceedingly ridic ulous characters whose caunterpart tardly be discovered in real The in evitable the flirting damsel and all other timehonored farce here ies and leroes cut the usual capers and delight au diences who of the uproar Wellund the man with one foot in the gives an amusing sketch ef a hypochrondriac who fancies himself on the verge of the and his passages with widow constitute the most laughable part of the The farce has been well received in where it is drawing crowded houses Jat the Opera Engagement continues until May AN EXPENSIVE Children Start One In Burn and Burn Up an WHIST BAT April broke out in a barn owned by missioner located just outside the city limits at oclock this It quickly spread to his large ana spon the and barn were a heap of smoldering With their contents they were valued At partly covered by in TJOMI oH SLUMBER OLD HUTCH Chicagos Millionaire Grain Speculator Departs April the multimillionaire grain known nearly the world over asOld is mysteriously It is supposed that he is demented and his business a financial whose yet erect figure has been one ofthe most picturesque sights of the Chicago board of left the city about midnight last taking with him a small satchel and a ticket to None of his friends or relatives appear to have known that he was veteran opei never was much of a man for con How he occupied his last hours in Chicago has not been exceit that he paid lengthy visits to two of his fa vorite drinking resorts and at each place told thebartender in leaving not to expect to see him It has been a matter of com mon rumor on the board that business mis fortunes had unbalanced Old Hutchs His always eccentric conduct seemed increasingly JFor weeks at a time his abode day and night has been his little office adjoining the No one but Old Hutch himself knew for that yet knows the exact condi tion hu It was practically cer according to all that he had lost of late heavily and BIG BLAZE AT Michigan Central Freight Sheds and Cars Badly April shed 800 feet belonging to the Michigan Central railroad and used for storing burned The fire it is believed from an electric light When discov ered the flames extended nearly the entire length of the fire depart ment was on hand but the building being thoroughly saturated with oil made it difficult to extinguish the Twelve load ed freight cars which were standing on the side track were also damaged to a consider able It is impossible to name the damage as nothing can yet be estimated as to how much freight in the cars 13 The loss on the cars will however reach besides the damage to freight in the cars by smoke and Found at The moat beautiful decorated pattern in semiiorcelain of Meakins make Kngland ever brought into this Ladies who intend to purchase s luething nice this spring to set their table something that not be distinguished from real will do Well to call at John Wisemans and take a look at them before buying No More Duncan Lewis have erected a car pet cleaning machine on Exchange street opposite John Adams novelty Carpets cleaned at cents a Work called for and delivered Jail and see Spring crop of Baby Carriages just re rved at All grades and styles from the cheapest to the rnodt ex We are selling all kinds of fresh mca just the same at rock bottom NOW IS YOUR 1 have on exhibition a choice speci men of crayon work from New Y68k which it will pay you to Orders taken for dmll First class workmen at Do not confuse the Famous Bluah of Boa e W th the worthless powders creams and bleaches which are flooding Get the genuine at your cents per And I gUrantee it will remove your tan and and give you a lovely 1 Snyder has the best lot of Baby Carriages ever shown in this Over half the insurance expired at 12 fifteen the fire Two little children a bonfire in the barn was the cause of the has the finest line of Goods in his wagon in Wnl call on yoij Stop and look at tee Vive Men Were April Five instead of three men were killed in the collision be tween the Cincinnati express and a freight train on 1 he Metropolitan branch of the Bal timore Ohio yesterday The bodies of of conductor of the and an unknown brakeman of the freight were found under the engine this Amey was sup posed to run away after the accident to escape punishment for the disaster which his disobedience of orders For Over Fifty Years WINSLOVTS SOOTHING SYRUP has been Used forchildren It soothes the softens the al ays all cures wind and is bestremedy for Twenty iye cents a Sold by all drug gists throughout the When Baby was we gave her When she was a she cried for When she became she clung to When ahe had she gave tlmm the Worldjt Dispensary of have a stocktaking waat dp ypu think thejrdo The people at onjcea year an Count the number of bottles thatve been re turned by the men and women who say that Djv Golden Discovery or Dri Favorite Prescription didnt do what they aaad it would And how many do you think they have to Oqe tyot in five hun the if you love beautiful loicjejst yon will find men Here are two remedieaoue the and in vigoratingthe liver and purifying the bloctd the the hope of weakly womanhood theyve sold for sold by the mill ion bottles sold under a positive and not one in five hundred can say It was not the medicine for me thereany reason why you should be the you what do yoiUose notbingl grocer for Eice mills flouf we oail at tbe mill gert a POWDER y Absolutely A tartar baking Highest of all in leavening 9 Gortrnm9nt Food B3L Sx
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