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   Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - May 6, 1891, Marshall, Michigan                                DAILY XIINO MARSHALL WEDNESDAY MAY PRICE TWO CENTS A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Superior to every pther Used in Millions 40 Years the Delicious Cake and Light Flaky Griddle Palatable and Ho Other baking powder does such Tough glass Macbeths pearl top and glass are made of tough They rarely break except from MACBETH SHILOHS CONSUMPTION The success of this Great Cough Cure is Vrithout a parallel in the history of All druggists are authorized to sell it on a ttive atest that no other cure can sue cessfully That it may beconie the at an enormous are placing a Sample Bottle Free into ever iiome in the United States and If you have a Sore or for will cure If your child has the or Whooping use it and relief s If you that insidious disease use Ask your Druggist for aiLOHS Price 10 50 and i If your Lungs are sore or Back s Shilohs Porous Price 25 Chicago Real Any man of Common Seme knews ilm lot the heart of the city if Chicago ut is u IHM ter investment than GOLD DOLLARS FIFTY TC0u 01 i secure such lots at that price uud Jess by joining the Douglas Boulevard Laud 184 184 61 150 feet Irdntonthe Boulevard 00 per share including abstract with walks Titles Terms Very Easy For further particulars Address to FIRTH 90 WASHINGTON T71OTJND AT Ater years of f over this mundane I hjye a tidy little barber located at 73 te eel opposite Fletoharj Tua auop is under the management of Walter whoaa a tonfcorial artitt tons few er and no Bis shop lias recto y refltteil and lelarnUhed lu eiejcut everv thlag neat aad 1 pe nusocs smoo u aa Viiu ml wen whit a luxury it is 10 be t in fieU up in ar tistic He is well poHted ou De and 11 you bsvea fad eior call on Waller for It I be never tUked but one of bis e to which laccrUinly In bu So If you we at a pood clean siuve or tasty iisls call at 73 with oup Th Bfttig flrFMffiygAil good STRIFE AND Effort to be Made to Restore Peace In the Chilian official dispatch re ceived horo says that it isproposod that three of the congressional or insurgent party and three members of the Balmacoda Or presidential party appointed in i rder to confer upon ana discuss some modus viycudi arrangement which would bring ptiue to The foreign tho dsprtch strongly support this proposition as circulated to terminate the ura of strife and bloodshed which has so long prevailed in the Chilian In tho chamber of deputies today the minister of foreign re in regard to the block ade of Chilian said that all the powers had protested against tho blockade of the ports of the Chilian Two French par ships had sent to Chili in to French merchant vessels on that President Balmacoda has solicited the good offices of of the United States arid of France in an effort to restore peace in President Balmaceda has asked these throe countries to unite in the endeavors which they may make in this di TO SPEND THE Cleveland on the Way to Her Cot tage at Alay Cleveland arrived in Boston from New bound for her summer cottage at on Buzzards She did not stop except to change cars and chatter with a bevy of Bos ton lady friends knowing of her com met her at the Idaded down with Cleveland said si e expected to remain at Marion nearly all the also that Cleveland would join her and remain nearly a taking a much need ed He she far behind in his personal correspondence and needed time to titteid to because most of it was very im HIS The Mitrquls of lirother Hlg Life With a Lord James Edward Sholto brother of the Marquis of committed suicide today by cutting Ins throat with a Lord James Douglas hud been traveling Ireland during the hp behaved in such a strange manner that the railroad officials nut icing that ho was apparently in a de mented condition ordered one of the com pauys employes to accompany him to Uj on arrival in this city Lord James Dougus put up at a hotel and subsequently eluded the attendant and out his Lord James Pougas was born in 1885 and in What is tuking is truth and If there were absoute truth on the one hand and absolute confidence on the it wouldnt be necessary for the makers of Sagos CatarrhRemedy to back up a plain statement of fact a They Jf we caut cure you make it p ofpatarrh in the in any form or iwell pay you J5C3 for your trouble in making the An ad vertising you isnt how some people prefer to health when the remedy js positive and the guaran tee men cut money back of And dpesnM Magical little those uoated Pel Jets of Pierce scarcely larger than inuetard yet powerful to oarer active yet mild in The bestLiver Pill Cure One a BOYD KNOCKED The Supreme Court Declares His Seat Belongs to May supreme court ofthe state today rendered a decision in the BoydThayer quo warranto case ousting Boyd and declaring Thayer the legal gov ernor of The opinion recites the fact that Boyd was legally elected governor of the but is disqualified on the ground of After quoting the con stitution relative to it proceeds to the question of the succeAorship and disposes of the claims of Majors in the following words Under jthe constitution a person elected to the office of governor is entitled to dis charge the duties and receive the emolu ments of the office for the term of two years from the first Thursday after the first Tues day in January following his election and until a successor is duly elected and quaili When the person receiving the highest number of votes for the office of governor is under the to be the governor holds The du ties of the chief executive office the state devolves upon the lieutenantgovernor in certain contingencies among which are tLe failure of the governorelect to qualify and disabUity of the It cannot be said that there has been a failure to qualify where no persoL has been constitutionally elected to the The writ of ouster was served on Boyd about five He received it calmly and said am ready to turn over the office Boyd accordingly tiirned over the office te who had in the meantime taken the oath of office and filed his It is stated that Boyd will carry the case to the supreme court of the United Yon can get any of W Churchs preacriptions renewed at S ipiau drug B Heiress to Maj Catherine of this lives in the pleasant of soon stepping into possession of a estate at Castle Her father came to America from Ireland in dying in Upper Canada a few years leaving no kin between Miss Dim in y heiress of the McDonald estate at Castle and Miss Mc Donald but her husband died be fore she died and left no Mad den recently secured family papers and by has so fixed her title to the huge estate that her Ro land a laundryman of this has departed for Ireland to claim the prop Sparks From the At 10 oclock last night snow was falling heavily at dean of the University of died The woods surrounding Halifax are on fire in a number of at the Steel Iron fire Monday night was The annjual meeting of the Diamond Plate Glass Company was held at Chicago Thomas Lewis now ready to do bouse Carpets taken cleaned and put stoves taken and in fact every thing in the way of house cleaning done in a first class manner at reasonable Verj The farm known aa the Tracy farm in south of Rice Will be sold very cheap if sold before the 15th of Asct 8ae the new line of Baby Carriages just received at Found at The most beautiful decorated pattern in jaemiForcelain of Meakins make Rngland ever brought into this Ladies who intend to purchase s rnethiug nice this spring set their table something that not be distinguished from real CLira will do well to call at John Wisemans and take a look at them before buying No Lewis have erected a car pet cleaning machine on Exchange street opposite John Adams novelty Carpets cleaned at cents a Work nailed for and delivered Jail and see Spring crop of Baby Carriages just re rved at All grades and styles from the cheapest to the most ex We are selling all fresh mea just the same at rock bottom NOW IS YOUR 1 have on exhibition a choice speci men of crayon work from New Ybife which it will pay you to Orders taken for dm4 First class workmen at Statistics of disease show that there is a greater mortality fromkidney difficulties and rheumatism than any other cause s and the fatality and suffering which attend these diseases make it the more necessary to bring before a discerning pubbc the great soothing and curative properties of Eelloggs Columbian as it acts directly on rheumatism and aches and For sale at Greenes drug Fur all inflammations of the bronchial tubes or bad Kelloggss Columbian QU 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 Whep 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 tarUr baking1 Highest of all in strength Government Food fOft   

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