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Daily Chronicle Newspaper Archive: May 09, 1891 - Page 1

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   Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - May 9, 1891, Marshall, Michigan                                SATURDAY MY PRICE TWO CENTS Powder A Pure Cream of Tartar Superior to every other Used in Millions of 40 Years the Delicious Cake aqd Light Flaky Griddle Palatably and Kb other baking powder does such SHILOHS CONSUMPTION The success of this Great Cough Cure is Without a parlkl in the history of All authorized to sell r on itive a test that other cu re can suc cessfully That it may become the at an enormous are placing a Sample Bottle Free into ivery home In the United States and If you have B Sore or use for lit will cure If your child the Or Whooping use it promptly and rclici is If you that insidious disoa use Ask your for SHILOHS Price io 50 xnd If your Lungs are sore or Ijack lame Shiloha Porous Price 25 lass Macbeths pearl top and pearl glass are made of tough They rarely break except from MACBETH Chicago Real Any man of Common Senae knewa thai lot in the heart of the city of Chicago ac u let ter investment than GOID DOLLARS FOR f IFTY Yon can secure euch lots at that uric j and Its by Joining the Doorfag BouleTard Land AsBociat 1 84 1 84 61 150 feet Iront onthe 1600 per share including abstract wit walks T Terms Very Eas particulars Addroat u FIKTH Ater of vvtiutleriug orer thla muodAoe 1 hiivd 1ouml tidy little barber leeatofiatTS State srnet oupoate clothius This aoop U under the miiuagemuut of y al lor who aj a toiworiaj artwt has few equals no has recently incg refitted and io thing pent and noon smooth anu ull ktoOWlsmil luxury It ft to trim we d up iuiir tiatic He ia well pasted ou Kermut And If you have a hard beardaiid teudir luci call on Waller for It la said ihiU be oarer talked but one of his cusiuiuerd to certainly ia his go If y a Varbslan Face A TRAIN len Flood Drowned Carload of Bleu In RoliEJiMay of a terrible disaster which occurrbd today at near Or vl in tiic province of has been received The dispatch says that while a on which were mahy work was at a sudden flood oc curred in te river arid the rushing fiweoptny over its engulfed the and of its occupants could escape the cars lifted from tracks and Kwcpt away oitthe fonmfrg The train was carried a considerable distance and most of tlio men on board were drowned boforo any assistance could be rendered CANT GET THE The i tea Must Reduce the of Its May navy ment is still in sore straits to find able sea men enouyh to man our Nearly all of the recruits that tht alk ws have been tukeu iud yet there are not enough men tw go The Lai caster is inCalifor uia ready to go to but she is short of her couiplomeut of men by at least The monitor Miantouoman is at New York ready to go into but there are no sailors to man It is said at the navy drnartmont that there must be aprprata scaling down 01 the compliments oj all of our least until eongress meets and enlarges the The white simardon now at Npriolk will be the tirst to feel the reduction and it is un derstood that the foee and the Bostonand Atlanta GOmen MICHIGAN QIRL Jennie of y May beautif uilgirl afi tonight from a gasoline curred frfncipal of jibe Wells school and his and the injuries of ihe foriner t probably result fatatyl centjy came to this city irom to attend Mias Tnppra V paring supper and wentjintothe bath for some article with a the etub of which she threw j It came incontact with a which was probably the explo sion The house was badlydam aged by TROUBLE OVER RAILROAD Will Go to Bather KANSAS May In the execution recent judgments in bond cases against Cass c and St Claw coun It out of the judges of the county court to lety UVesfbr the payment of those Tie judges of each comity termination to go to jail than THEY SACKED THE Pillhburu Mob Had Klch Picking From the May ruins of uights conflagration were looted women und children During the busiest part of the when the streets the mob took possession of the burned and for two hours j greatest excitement were j no HJiiei on the and the crowd knew that buried beneath the ruins weae uuds of dollars worth of iluiigariaus uud Italiai s composed r the greater portion of the crowd and they ran sacked evti ything in cans of condiments and coffee were earned awayin large were imacd with sacks and baskets to carry their booty and it looked systematic raid had been planned aud was hurriedly being Never since iho rvutg of 17 has such scenes talieu place in The inter ior of the Hoeveler building proved a rich rielu for Risking Qvep under the tottering 4he prowd threw liofc bricks aside and extracted from the de bris of cans of lard aad like The crowd numbered several hundred souls several fights occurred Ll1 the possession some especially sirable artiolel The firemeV who tit work ou rains finally drove the lootera off by tuyimg the hqse on Hundreds of dollara th of goods were good or Usty hair call t 73 OwfcfcC j JUSTICE OF THE PEACe AND and jbe tho eitj bating a aafe to docket and otbjer tax op the Tberearetwo against Clajr oBe faroi oj Stewart and the other the Ninth of New Tprk aggre When Deputy Marehal OeonslywrVedtbB 8TOPI And read I have concluded to f 11 of my stock of groceries and at cost and go out of the busi jSo I will sell on and after May what the goods cost me at This offer you never had so come quick and get your I will name a few t 1WO Clear Salt 7c Q8q ATS oo IDS J to lOc Bakitig 9c per lb iAnd everything at jnst This is a great chance for all who may West of the JOHN Bice Creek mills rtfakef the best flour to be had in the First class workmen at ul To the Afflicted BStaoe the introduction of jWSWJIF i of the second McWday in Jrljp TlSejFaay nothing them to take theobj noxious and that if necessary they will go to jaiL Tlje vare mlimid bends votedby counties about twenty r A SMASH NEAR THE Bat i Canadian east hare tt and the dicing cjsV tha track into a ditph and was seriouslyf if Oftjcdtta Stter hM leg and f tiskiisiijfr ri BIIO bi Tbecauw of thi vTt forward Fivedaetora from the SOB tiere Conduotot Law iVcnekbottoin i JO better satisfaction on Kidney opm and JBhenmatiun than ony known Its contmued series of wonderful cures in all olimates has made it known as a Wliable agent tq employ against all aehesand which are forerunners ot mow ierioiw diaordersi It1 aotr always relieving sufferinR and of 1 The protection it affords by use on kidney affec and aU aches and cramp chptera and disorden among makeeit aa inralnablo remedyto be kept al ways on hand in every Ho person can afford to be and those who have used it never It is absolutely cer tain in its remedial and always cue when are y Call at Greenes drug store and gVt a oirou W giving more full details of theoorative of tnis wonderful medioUtel There aae thousands of families in Michi iLi nnot pe induced to use any other families than Columbian papers on the judges yeeterttoy him that they they had been elected the pebpltfnevW t9 levyVaJkaifci of these w wwi not do it but were afraid j or inflammatronrteartionVsure Cuss county ifc For sale at Greenes drug even more dered 0ome agQ in oapitajist pf for about A mandamus levy of taxes rested andgave bonits in to appear beforeWijoartIn John le jour BO free and clew his j Kva For over year I took tiiM I oould think of without helping v Jwught two bottfee of Bnlphttr now I havent one pimple on mr It ia the best blood oleilaer I ever Often m rrppy who has squan money and rained his health by eb Cisses and before 30 years of age is an all broken down and played out In uil preaoribe natures tonio and ner Sulphur They supply food for tka strengthen the narves and are snoottsafol nine coses out of Physi cian Absolutely   

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