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   Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - May 2, 1891, Marshall, Michigan                                VOL XIINO SATURDAY MAY PRICE TWO CENio A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Superior to every other Used in Millions of 40 Years the Delicious Cake and Light Flaky Griddle Palatable and Ho Other baking powder does such work Tough glass Macbeths pearl top and peaYl glass are made of tough They rarely break except from MACBETH CONSUMPTION CURE ThB Success of this Great Cough Cure is Without a in the history of All druggists are authorized to sell it on os ttive guarantee a test that no other cure ca uc oesshuly That it may become the at an enormous are placing a Sample Bottle Free into ever home m the United States and If you have a Sore or use for t will cure If your vrWhooping it relief If you dread disease use Ask your Druggist for ClILOHS Price 10 50 and i If your Lunijs are sore or Back s Shilohs Porous Price 25 Chicago Any man of Oommou Sunae h u lot n the heart of the city of Chicago ut iu terlnvepuaept than GOLD DOLLARS FOR FIFTY You can stjcare inch atthat pficj uud len by joining the Douglas Boulevard Land 184 61 J50 feet front oaiho per share including abstract idc vallca Titles Tejrins Very Easy For turtber Addreai ip ILL AT JP tula mundane I r little barber located 4t Wita MetonertalotWns Thi ia under the taiuiigament of Walter a tonsorlal lirttst has few tquatd shop UAS rooeatiy iiciii tejigrnlthed iu every cettt and pn it trim Jied ola well posted ou THnuct and it TOD bare a Lard beurd auJ tttuilir ttict caU on Walter Cor a it aidibM he nerer laBted bat one of hig casiumera to which U bifl tav Soltyou wanta er or tasty tit A SOUL TO ST must my you and VVvo spent so pleasant yean to gctlar Tia sorTy work to lose your Who to ino BO whateer the wen From wii teninto wet or dry Bqt you have reached the limit of your And I mi it journey on my way alone And I you quietly beneath a They say that you are altogether bad tis not my y mo very wicked to be aad Atflcav a a whence To get qui free I should bo very Perhaps i may be so a few days hence But twere graceless not to spcicl Avtear or two on my departing Now our long partnership Is near And 1 its history I greatly fear I have always You wi h the honesty you showed to And I must own that you have oft defeated Unworthy schemes by your Andby a or stammering have trlcil To make mo think again before I Tis truo youre not so handsome you thats uot your fault and is partly Vou niigb t haVo lasted Ipnger with more And ill looked something like your first And even with all your wear and Tits pitiful 13 think I must resign You to tho friendless the patient prey Of all the hungry legions of But you must dear and I And 1 v us once uo very proud of you You my mothers eyes to overflow When lirbt she saw wonderful and new Apd with all your twere hard to find A bkive moru or a friend more oven Lhoy whobay the worst about you Can scarcely tollwhat I shall do without Monkhouse in Boston American Youth Not A bureau drawer may seenVbo be a simple mechanical thing to In many cases it though there is room far art in eveu the bureau But in late years a great demand for fine and beah tjftfl furniture has anrdrichly carved and ornamented articles have been manu factured in this One of the firms engaged in this manu faciure in un eusierii city had a year or two of a number of or uifctal used in coveripg for bureau The rewas a demand ueyv things of this new thiiiKs Initial well enough have old pretty closely copied but it to draw them and adapt thfui to the new and no one could be found iii this country who was capable of doinir that The decorations drawers were provided from abroad and at great The manufacturers of all kinds of brass and other metal ornaments to be used on wood have had the utmost difficulty in tfuniiia designs for this jkind of and art isLs almost every case have bad to be brQuglit fnjrn I aslecUa of certain arti cles of this llaveyou ever attempted to train American youths to design these things he butthejf would not study C This likd become an old story to It is nob to be supposed that a Dapple so sagacious and indusonoua as the Americans willicontjnue so impatieift earn money that they will not take the stepsnecessary to eafn it most surely and are signs already that Amer ican boys and girls are coming to realize hovvexcellent an opening for en deavors there is on theartistic aide of our growing Chaxnberlin in Youths ieut la EiffeJ prepared to put an awning over Trafalgar square when the sun shines and remove it theaid of a central support of steam or The arch of theColosseum ia cer tainly cot This may seem a trifling they have never considered Roman engineers covered in hatva8t expanse with some woolen aad they worked the Ponderous sheet f 0 easily and smoothly Carbon gives humanity a revenue three times as great as that which fa derived from all the silver and gold mines com In this colossal revenue given by coal Great Britain has the lions At present it draws upon its minea for and it sells to the whole weighed hundreds all depending by ropea from the But the ancients thought so little of this feat that they have left us only one trivial detail of the James Perfumed for Thonumd The mosque of In Constanti is always fragrant with the odor of and has been so for hundreds of ever since it was rebuilt in the Ninth curious part of it being that nothing is done to keep it The solntidn to the seeming mystery lies in the fact that when it was orer LOOO years the stones and bricks were laid in mortar mixed with a solution of Louis He Stretched A West Virginia school teacher warned the girls that any one who chewed gum was not only to be classed wtth but could not hope to enter the kingdom of After had been licked by several fathers and brothers he put his theoryin his pocket and skipped Olfaptoay sensations are probably ceived from material emanations from the odoriferous the emanations be ing absorbed by the fluid in which the mi croscopic ends of the olfactory nerves are constantly This mototureis so es sential to the proper action of the nerves that ita as in certain stages of a may the time quite destroy the sense of smelL The Maltese are mainly the last surviv ing remnant of the Carthagenian branch Of the old Phoenician Malta was the half way station between Carthage and long betd by the and of which the father of Han was at one time A volcanic feature of Iceland is the Sol fatara plains studded with a num ber cone shaped from whose tops of steam In other places boiling mud issues from the ground six to eight feet into the as in New Foveau de of al leges that be has soicesded in conveying by the electric current to intornj organs of thrf human tody of medicaments suitably for their The people atthe Worlds Dispensary of have a stocktaking time once a year and what do you thitfk they do Count the number of bottles thatve been re turned the men and women who say that Piercee Golden Medical Disoovery or Pieroes Favorite Prescription didnt do what they eaid it would r r And how many do yqu think they have to One in ten Not one in five hun dred i Here are two the Golden Medical for regulating and in vigorating the liver and purifying the bipod the the hope of weakly womanhood theyve been sold foi Bold by mill ion bottles sold under a JKWitiTe andnot one in five hundred can say It was not the medicine for there any reason why you should be the one you what do you lose i f rn t Will you part withyour dar HBK babies in or call on your druggist for Sharpateens Laveoder Ointment and Asthmatio medicutaj that lives when docWM fail inllem brauoup of the Fever ajad typUoW Pneu also quickly relieves and cares Whooping Bore Scalds and similar 35 and 60 by mail DB Over diflerent ol goods to eelect from at Found at The most beautiful decorated pattern in semiForcelain of Meakina make Kngland ever brought into this Ladies who intend to purchase sc mething nice this springto set their table something that can not be distinguished from real China wfll do well to call at John Wisemans and take a lookat them before buying No More Duncan Lewis haye erected a car pet cleaning machine on Exchange street opposite John Adams novelty Carpets cleaned at 2K cents a Work nailed for and delivered Call and see Spring crop of Baby Carriages just re rved at All grades and styles from the cheapest to the most ex 1 We are sellinij all kinds of fresh mea Just the same at rock bottom NOW 18 YOUR 1 have on exhibition a choice speci men of crayon work from New Trtflk which it will pay you to Orders taken for dmH First class worknienat Statistics of disease show that there is a greater mortality from kidney difficulties and rheumatism than any other causes and the fatality and suffering which attend these diseases make1 it the more necessary to bring before a discerning public the great soothing and curative properties of Kelloggs Columbian as it acts directly on the rheumatism and all aches and for sale at Greenes drug Fur all inflammations of the bronchial tubes or bad Eelloggss Columbian Oil is a splendid A few drops should be taken clear on sugar every three or four and bathe the throat and chest two or three times a It speedily al lays the ticklings and and creates a healthy and a com plete cure is readily For sale at Greenes drug wien Baby was we gave her Osstorix When she was a she cried f or Whan she became she clung to CaMorhL When she bad she gave them Absolutely qream of tartar baking Highest of all in leavening Gowramtat Food   

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