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j Toledo Weekly Blade And Campaign of 1896 . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 28 December 1895

j Toledo Weekly Blade And Campaign of 1896 . 1 With a great Presidential Cam- ! paign coming next year , every j thoughtful citizen will need , be- ¦ sides his local paper , a great national weeky . The greatest and most widely known of these is the Toledo Weekly Blade . For 80 years it has been a regular visitor in every part of the Union , and is well known in almost every one of the 70 , 000 postoffices in this country It is edited with reference to a national circulation . It is a Republican paper , but men of all politics take it , because of its honesty and fairnesB in the discussion of allptfblie questions . It is the favorite family paper with something for every member of the householdSerial stories , poetry , wit and humor ; the Household department ) best in the world ) , Young Folks , Sunday School Lessons , Talmages Sermons , the Farmstead , the Question Bureau ( which answers ques tions for subscribers ) , the News of the week in complete form , and other special featu...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Express — 28 December 1895

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Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Express — 28 December 1895
Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 28 December 1895

1895 X ^ MASTHRISTMAS 1895 r . - . —— . ASHLAND ILL . S . HEXTER & CO . ASHUND ^^ With the greatest Bargains of the age , we are showing the largest line of general Merchandise in central Illinois . We have made extra preparations for the Holidays for our patrons , for the wonderful Bargains you have an opportunity of securing during the Holiday season . It will justify you in getting together every dollar available , to invest in our Christmas offerings , as follows DRESS G 06 bS . Boots , Shoes and Slippers . NOTIONS # JEWELRY . Henriettas formerly 35 cents , now 25 Gents fine Patent Leather and Enamel leather Shoes in all sizes Koger Bros . 1847 Knives and forks , Tea and Table Spoons , Ladies and ; •; 50 ;; SS and styles , all at greatly reduced . prices , in the face of the great ad- Q ^^^ S ^ S ^ WSS ^^ 75 50 vance in the price of leather . ¦ Collar and Cuff Boxes , Manicure 1 . 00 75 Sets , hand Mirrors , Fancy Bouele 1 . 25 85 Ladies fine Shoes in Congress , Lace...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
X PKi : ssio N . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896

X PKi : ssio \ N . Jas . Kirby was in Boodhouse the first of tie week . Five-gallon kegs of fine syrup for $ 1 . 50 at A . B . Wilms . Dont forget the teachers and directors association on the 18 . Miss Ada Glenn , of Ashland , visited Miss Mia Henderson Tuesday . One Minute Cough Cure is popular remedy for croup . Safe , for chil dren and adults . Roe & Buh , , Mrs . Philip Klein and Mrs . Mauzey are visiting in Springfield and Elkhart . FOR SALE at this office , a new 8day clockhalf-hour strike on ca- — — , , F --W- —J — — — --- — ~ - — - — thedral gong , alarm . Mrs . W . C . Eoe and niece , Miss Billa Handerson were in Jacksonville Monday . Miss Maud Sayre and Mrs . Ellen Henderson and daughter , visited at Pleasant Plains last week . DeWitt s Little Early risers for biliousness , indigestion , constipation . A small pill , a prompt cure . Boe & Buh . Mrs . Kirby returned from Missouri Monday after a months visit with her daughter . DeHass will mend boots...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A BOMANGG IN REAL LIFE . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896

A BOMANGG IN REAL LIFE . A SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF MARY tfEELY After making a thorough search outside the stockade , they inquired of the guards at the gate who completely put them off the scent . After a few days they ceased , their search for the time being . Mary was kept in the cellar for a few days , then the old French lady moved her up stairs and , gave her some sewing to do , and she remained there unmolested for about three weeks , until one day she unthoughtedly stood up in front of the window . Just opposite , a tailor had a shop and he saw her , and in a few days he got drank and told the Indians and they came demanding that a search be made , which could not be denied , as the post was id the hands of the British and they had their garrison to enforce Iheir orders , and why should they hot let their friends ( the Indians ) , search , and if need be , help them capture women arid children , well knowing , in Marys case , the Indians would scalp them and burn them at the st...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896
Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896

R . xt . CARDS . C . & A . CABD . TRAINS GOING NORTH . tfo . 5 , Atlantic Express .... 0 : 10 am 47 , Kansas City Mail . 6 : 30 pm 77 . W » v Freight 10 . 15 am TRAINS GOING SOUTH . Tr » m So . 0 , Pacific Express . .. . 8 : 55 pm • in , Kansas City Mail .... 8 : 85 am . 80 . Way Freight 1 : 15 pm Through tickets sold and baggage checked to all points . Connections made at Chicago Tlloommgton , St . Louis and Kansas City , witii uonnecUnc roads . J . CUARLTON , C . F . CtENDENBN G . P . A T . Agent Local Agent C . A , G-USTAFSOJSI WATCHES , DIA MONDS , JEWEL . RY , ALL LATEST STYLES . ONLY FIRST CLASS WORK DONE . (^ REPAIRING of FINE WATCHES , A SPECIALTY . Petersburg II \ 8 » iation 7 ^ BS ^ Q ^< r ^\ BJ 4 B ^^*^^^ ^ ^ L ^^ L ^ a ^^ a . & * WLS ^ K ^^ ^ y ^ copvnioHTttt ^^ ~ TwrMSn !^ n » TMr ^ rlnolp » loMh « COMMERCIAL MLIMOF KV . UNIVERSITY _ _ Auardtd Medal by Worlft ExpotiHm ror ¦ j . tem of Boob . keeplnc and General i HulncM Education , etc...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896

Bell To The Front LIVERY , FEED SALE STABLE Good Bigs furnished at living prices . Special attention given the tra v eling public . Buyers furnished for marketable Horses . C . H . BELL . Tallula , 111 . j . F . Willson , Scott Greene WILLSON & GREENE , BANKEBS . Deposits solicited . All collections given prompt Attention . Office hours . 9 : 00 a . m ., to 4 : 00 p . m . INEOMNiYOFFERD —BY THE—HOME INS . Co . -OFMew York . FOB LOSS BY FIRE , LIGHTNING TONADOES . v »^ 2 _ c . sxJH Agi ., It May do as Much for U Mr Fred Miller of Irving , 111 . writes that he had a severe kidnej trouble for many years with severe pains in hi ! back , also that his blad der was affected . He tried many so called kidney cures but * withont good result . About a year ago he began use of Electric Bitters and iound relief at once . Electric Bitters is especially adapted to cure of all kidney and ^ liver troubles and often gives almost instant relief . One trial will prove our statement . Price...

Publication Title: Express
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LATE NEWS ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896

LATE NEWS ITEMS THE senate was not m session on the 28 th . In the house the bill introduced by the committee on ways and means authorizing the issue of tnrce per cent , coin bonds to maintain the gold reserve and directing the sale of certificates of indebtedness to meet temporary deficiencies in revenue was passed without division . The joint resolution directing the secretary of the navy to accept the ram Katahdin and mafte it a part of the navy was adopted . The house adjourned until the 31 st . ORDKlis iiave been cabled by the navy department directing the gunboat Petrel , now in the Asiatic station , to return to San Francisco . The Petrel has been in active service for five years , and is badly in need of new tubing for her boilers . The cruiser Boston will proceed to Yokohama and relieve 1 the Petrel . A MUTATE letter lias been received in Washington from ex-Consul John 1 J . Waller , who is now in prison at Marseilles , France , bearing date of November 20 . It contains not...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ILLINOIS STATE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896

ILLINOIS STATE NEWS - Died . Elder ;; Alexander McCollum , pioneer mlnister at Tuylorville , aged 70 . - Bev . f ^ -B , Peairs , aged 70 , at Nor > mal .. jfjVas an old-time Presbyterian ; built the Presbyterian church there . He alsoiserved as pastor at Hayworth and Clayton , 111 ., and Montrose . la . Mrs . Wm . B . Kidendall , aged 77 , an old settler of Cass county . Her father , Daniel Job , was prominent in the early history and organization of the county . Robert C . Ritchie , aged 65 , at Osceola , of consumption ., , . Kirk Bufrhamf of Bloomington , celebrated as landscape painter , aged 53 .. Clinton Fuller , who came to Stark county from Pennsylvania in , 1889 . He was for many years sheriff , and held the office of postmaster at Kewaneefor eight years . He was 79 . Morrison Graves , for many , years a prominent stock shipper and business man of Cass county . He was 60 . Why Rev . Cunningham Resigned . The charge made by Rev . F . O . Cunningham in his letter o...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CHffeENT TOPICS . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896

CHffeENT TOPICS . ¦* . - ^ m VEmjS BBEBF . % ¦ : ¦¦} LIV ^ ONGRESiSr * f : , ;•; . . ¦¦ ft ¦ i . j .: -a • ( First Session . ) p > . ¦ THE senate was . not Inis & glon orfjjho 28 d In-tho house Mr . Dlngley ( rep ., Me . ) stated that the ways and means committee were unanimously opposed to congress takin ; a recess until some notion had been taken In regard to ; the financial situation ; that the committetfiyau such a measure under consideration which he hoped to be able to present to the house on the 20 th . A motion was introduced providing for the immediate consideration of jlio bill . whon reporte . l . Clerks for the three election committees were authorized , and the committees were given leave to sit during the sessions of the house . IN the senate , on tho 24 th , the bill to repeal the statutes which forbid the employment m the array or navy of the Dnltod States of any person who , having held a commission therein , afterwards served in the confedera...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896

THE Dominion government has decided to at once establish a school of military instruction in Montreal . ¦ Four hundred and fifty thousand pennies a day is the record now being made by the mint presses of Philadelphia . ¦ IT was . officially announced in Constantinople , on the 24 th , that the sultan had appointed Christians as assistant governors in Sivas , Bitlis and Erzeroum . a . GEOBGE VANnERnn . T s $ 5 , 000 , 000 castle at Biltraoro , N . C , was formally opened on the 25 th . All the tenants on the estate , black and white , were treated to a Christmas tree and dinner . • THE cruiser Kwan-Ping , one of the warships captured from China by the Japanese during the recent war , has been wrecked on the Pescadore islands . Nearly all her deck officers and 00 men are missing . FAILURES for the week ended on tho 87 th , as reported by U . G . Dun & Co ., were , for the United States , 322 , against 350 for the corresponding week last year ; for Canada the failures were ...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CARLISLE'S pPINION [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896

CARLISLES pPINION On the Tariff arid ; Bond BUI * Nq # P *« d } n « Before CongreMFEoreitvadOtiri- ^ reeldeiU ¦ llnl Vetocs-NiSther Sfceffinre Calculated to Furnish Permanent Aellel from Our Financial En ^ Mrntasm 1 & t>—A SpeeUlo . Pjcoml ^ e of Goj ^ 7 a ; mej &> Beqalredgj * WAsiifoffGTOijjs ; Dee . ifSfc—Secret **]; jJCarlislov gave ^ to a reijprter ojt . - . i j Kjjf & nited s Press last eyeirifg his viewliW the tariff measure now pending in congress :. ,. ......,.,.- . ; ; What , in your op inion will be the effect ^ upon the financial situation of the tariff bill passed by the house of representatives yesterday ? Mr . Carlisle was asked , : J- ¦ . ; , . I had supposed that very tewcould now be found who believe that our financial difficulties were caused by a deficiency in the ordinary revenues of the government , or . that they can be relieved by increasing taxes upon the commodities consumed by the people . These dif...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
TERRIFIC EXPLOSION . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896

TERRIFIC EXPLOSION . Tiro Thousand Founds of Dynamite Lei Go on the Illinois Drainage Canal . , LOCKPORT , HI ., Dec . 28 . —The powder magazine at Eastman s section of the drainage canal near here , containing 2 , 000 pounds of dynamite , blew up at 4 a . m . No one was injured . The watchman had left the magazine and supposedly an ember from the stove fell upon the floor . The shock was the severest ever felt here , and reports state that it was felt a distance of SO miles . Many of the buildings at tht • w ^ a were b «^ y ¦ bmwei , ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
. ' , A Jri » ure of Speech . : : . 'j [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896

. , A Jri » ure of Speech . : : . j , i , ^ ss Fosdiekrrl suppose iiabei na » all ;^ thft . money shie con spend nowj \ Tnea she marjfled Mr . Dolyers , I heard hlij say : With allmy worldly wealth 1 I-thee endow . 1 ;; .. . / i : J : \ Miss kitttsh--From all I caa learn rMabel is reeeiylrig . the ; endowment in small , and reluctant installments . — fay City Chat . Her Only Hope . Did yon ever see -Miss- -Winohi wether ? No ; what of her ? . ! She was ma rried the . pther day . to J Wind man . / iHow : ve 1 fy | odiJ ! f , i \ . r \ . t 3 ! i ; Noryou ^ wouldnt * t jrr i s 6 if , youd ever seen her . —Chicago Eecord . / Not a Matter of Morals . Ethel—So Gertrude de Montmorener Fitz Vere de Vere has lost her good name ? 1 - Sybil—Has she ? Well , there , Tm not surprised . How d you know ? Ethel—It says so in the paper ; says she s married a Mr . Bloggsl—Ally Slopi per . . I A Risky Experiment . . You cant tell whether a man is 4 bachelor or the father of a family sim * p ly hy his ...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
TALLULA EXPRESS . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896

TALLULA EXPRESS . W . H . KfilXER . Ifldltor and Publlaher . TALLULA . • • - ILLINOIS .

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896
Publication Title: Express
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896

Birth rucfi Red Blood ts tho foundation of health . The way toi have Rioh , Red , Healthy Blood is to tak « Hoods Sarsaparilla Hoods Pills cure all Liver Ills . 28 cents . ASK YOUR DEALER FOR W . L . D OUGLAS « 3 . SHOE BEW D ! HB J If you pay 84 to SO for shoes , ex- M A 1 amlwtho W . L . Douglas Ighoe , and . -S 9 «» J .-, see what a good shoe you can buy for ¦ OVER IOO STYLES AND WIDTHS , CONGRESS , BUTTON , ( and LACE , made In all > Mnda of the best selected I leather by skilled work- j men . We I manufacturer in the world . ~ JMPTH None genuine unless name and ftBiTm price is stamped on the bottom ; \ JBS \ lm Ask your dealer for our 85 , JStS J § f 81 , 83 . 50 , 82 . 50 , 83 . 25 Shoes ; / fifel / i 83 . 80 . »» and 81 . 75 for boys . A 3 GW ^ 1 TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE . Ifyourdealer I M cannot supply you , send to fac- feS 5 aJw tory , enclosing price and 36 cents |™* 3 yw j to pay carriage . State kind , style I jjp j of toe ( cap or plain ) , size and IJG width . Ou...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
DUN'S COMMERCIAL REVIEW . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896

DUNS COMMERCIAL REVIEW . tlonsonBuilneu—IwJmBrovenMnt M > NBmYottlge . ~ 2 §; TP ^ -lP u * fl Failures for the week have been Ml in the United States , against 350 last year and 40 in Canada against 41 last year . The foreign and financial messages of the president were foUowed by ^ yiojj lent reaction in the Btock ^ ark ^ tJ ^ tj checked business in many departments and the industries can not be expected to show signs of improvement until the new year begins . Bessemer pig has declined 35 cents moreajt JRittsburg ^ h ; thebariropasspii s ation has reduced its price , Init riot yet to the rate at which steel as well as iron bars are . actually sold , and inmost departmentsthis industry suffers frdmthe speculative advance in prices and produc , tionilastsummer . Minor metals . are a sntide lower . * •! . . • ¦ - • ¦¦ ¦ Anthracite coal is selling at $ 3 . 40 in New York harbor . In the great textile manufactures the usual holiday dullness is increased by delay of orders , t...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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