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Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - May 1, 1891, Marshall, Michigan XIINO MAY PRICE TWO CENlo STRUCK THE WOMEN OF Anlhor rtf The of ABia Pays a Tribute to Japanese if a foreign sojourner speak favorably the men avoid an apparent Baking A Pure Cream of Tartar Superior to every other Used in Millions of 40 Years Delicious Cake and Light Flaky Griddle Palatably c and V6 Other baking powdei doe such worfc Tough glass lampchimneys Macbeths pearl top and pearl glass are made of toiigh They rarely break except from F MACBETH lliin f the well that nfrsuon Ireuton ock wahhtruck and a show of oil o iiioriUriUingshould be done ircctow had met and decided upon ier Last after getting hrough tho the drill MrueU a veiy and for move than an hour uid not made 0110 lootof 1 lien j commenced to sink rapidly arid down wo when another Upon getting through this the dnl when it was found that there was oil on it strong smell came up from the bailer waMiut ui j operation and about four barrels of a verj j ality of oil drawn Opera tionswcic then tin drill house locked iP and watches A meeting was held this afternoon at two The success of this second well here proves beyond a reasonable douU that llure is si good litld of oil m that i f Found at The most beautiful decorated pattern in seniilorcelain of Meakius make Kngland ever brought into this who intend to purchase s niething nice this springto set their table something thatcan i not be distinguished from real China I will do well to call at John Wisemans and soci dlv and take a look atthem before buying is the for of identical in blood and Second Oil iVoll fLv u moiningat two of praise it qualifying these well into j sweet ar oil and a plentiful How Trtcy j of oil taken nil togoi It lias been agreed among the projector ftp to mctl folk almost to nutlio Ireuton illv am CONSUMPTION The success of this Great Cough Crre is Krithout a pardlel in the history of JLU are authorized to sell it on Sre a test that no other cure sue That it may become the at an enormous are Placing a Sample Bottle Free into tn the United States and If Sore or ior willlcure If your child has the i Wtooping use it prompt and relwi s sure If you dread that insidious disease use Ask your Druggist for IILOHS Price lo 50 and j oo If yur are sore or Back Shilohs Poroas Chicago Real A iirl Ainl Anna aged aged 11 Lake Shore iV Mie fhc little Mears girl found laliber to her com I and were in a ii Japanese women been reared for cou tnrieiin from the It the huril of with no pretensions tx justify the The Japanese male has considered all through his his i hu superior of the graceful and gon 1 tloToiupaniou of his who is from tlic hour when slit disappoints her mother by anivirtg in this to hum i bio M her next to her 1 husband arid lastly to her wornen mall ages and to make the best of bad laws and customsami even to turn them to tho advantage of themselves and of the Thus I know not by what soft magic of by what subtle elasticity of nature theory a iraiee has gained very much her own wav and without exartrn far more consideration and than iniLiht be It is an in what jiroportiou the and the riea i with and Semitic have ndud to constitute this let it is u still ureater mystery to me how the I Japanese developed her gni bright serenity in the 1 atmosphere of unchivaliMiis midestinm 1 tion snrrountiing her Irom early 1 story ofthose carls t iiifeTproves abuii Ldantly that she was always what she is hn shinsetsu No THore Duncan Lewis have erected a car put cleaning machine pn Exchange street opposite John Adams novelty Carpets cleaned at cents a Work called for and delivered Sming crop of Baby Carriages just re rved at All grades and styles from the cheapest to the most ex Wo are selling all kinds of fresh mea iust the same at rock bottom J NOW IS YOUR 1 have on exhibition a choice speci men of crayon work from New YWJk which it will pay you to Orders taken for iluil1 KU l i Tho ball passed through a tle Edwin Arnold in of tiie side of the Mciiii child Utvveen the lust The ball is supposed to have I in the liver of It tcaixd that tho wound will prove i Turner his on and look at the SuP the i Kucncis The martillero or remata i ddr is in the and an indispensable factor in the com merce ofthe An I is the bein the end and the intormediary of every trrins i In cuy in the world is ther STOP 1 theheart of the city if Chicago ut ter Investment tlmn GOLD DOLLARS FOR FIFTY You secure such lota ul iridnud lere by joining the Douelas BouleTard Hand 61 Lota J50 feet front Uijulevard per snare will walks i Titles Terms Very Easy For Address Jc X And road thU llof my tixturcs at cost and K j So 1 sill on ud fthsil ID This oflVr tirnik and 1 will uumc a icw t 50 o Tea bars Soap May i reno ji ianytUing to compared with the remates of Buenos and in no country has sale by auction became the universal national institution that it is in the Ar The moment the visitor lands he sees immense reunite de ter a corner lot so many t here the foiirljr page of the hnge blanket sheet newspapers is iHled wjth ad vert laments of bales of land andhouses First cass workmen at of disease show that there is a meater mortality from kidney difficulties and rheumatism than any other causta and the fatality and suffering which attend these make it the more necessary to before a discerning public tne great soothing and curative Kellojigs Columbian as it acts directly on the rheumatism and all aches and For sale at Greenes all inflammations of the bronchial tubes or bad Columbian Oil is a splendid A few drops should be taken clear on sugar three i or four aad bathe the throat and chest two or three times a It speedily al lays the ticklings and and creates a and a com plete cure is readily For sale at Greenes drug 40i the streets re hung with and with white letters an When Baby was we gare her Vhen she was a for When she became clung to When she ha4 die Uiem Outqcib aos rouncir of this and that 1 along ilePaseQ de Julio the cheap jack shops have tlieit auctioneer perched on the 1 and other rematadorts are there under the colonnade ready to sell leagues of land to he newly arrived I Cargoes of imported the products and fruits of the blood j thing new and things pass under the and the j auctioneer takas his A k vour trrocer for Rice Cruel in ills fromlM to 8pcr and becomes richer ouror ftalfat tue mill ami riche Ji at just vvhi may per er us iais voice ajows huarscr and child iu by season irder pcople at the Worlds Dispensary of have a takmg time yjSiv and do you think they do numbevof bottlesthatxe been re Couut tnv numoeroi turned by the men aud women who short dS ut rieives Favorite Presuription didjt t do ii IL i oplog the buaL of fine Very The farm known as iu iiw south of WiHUo y the litii whuv they 5ij And many dp Not oue in live ijlld e two remediesone the Golden for regulating and in the liver the blood 1the hope weakly aeu sold bold by the sold under a positive in live hundred can It for you should be twe you ifu you Absolutely A cream of tartar baking Highest in Gpnrnmeqt Food
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