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A SEVERE STORM [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896
A SEVERE STORM Makes Things Lively In and About New * • York City . . ¦ ¦ NEW YORK , Dec . 28 , —Reports continue to come in of damages everywhere in this vicinity by Thursday night s high wind and rain storm , and many persons had narrow escapes from serious injury , if not death . In north Morissiana four telegraph poles fell across the elevated railroad tracks , almost in front of an approaching train , which was stopped within ten feet of the obstruction . The blowing down of the poles paralyzed a number of telegraph wires foi some hours . A number of plate glass windows were blown in , trees were uprooted , roofs torn from , buildings , wooden signs and fences blown away and a number of street lamps were wrecked , but up to noon no ohe had been reported as injured . •¦ . In Brooklyn the storm had wrought much damage , wreckage in the shape of trees , fences , roofs and other tin ber , as well as chimneys being blown into the streets . Wires are blown in all directions .
WILLIAM WALDORF ASTOR [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896
WILLIAM WALDORF ASTOR Said to Bo Engaged to IAdy Randolph Churchill . NEW YORK , Deo . 28 . ^ -It is reported that an engagement of marriage has been made , between William ,. Waldorf Astor and Lady Randolph Churchill . It is said the wedding will , in all probability , be a quiet affair , and will be celebrated in London next autumn . A report that they would come to this city to v be married is denied by an . intimate friend ot the Astor family . This gentleman said : Win . Waldorf Astor has given up all idea-of ever again making his home in America . He dislikes this country , and has few ties to bring , him here .. _ Of his reported engagement with Lady Randolph Churchill I can only say that Mr , Astor has kept his own counsel , and if he contemplates marriage he has told no due here . . He does admire Lady Churchill , vcrymuch , and should they mttity itiwould ^ htcieaso the popularity of the American colony in London .
KING WINTER [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896
KING WINTER ¦ CMght Mro In s . Peoria ( VL ) , Church , and ¦ p ^ oWifl ^/ i ) ee !^ . i : -Chrisi ^ ^ vitrei a * $ tne j £ &amp; stf- ; Presbj * ieriBii chnteljs T ^ ns ^ y Pkft &amp; ?* # ie to an . abrupt ., end * . King Winter ,.. Jin * personalisB j OSvara ^* sier ~ dM | M fire , dash *« UbmsSie Jfet ^ brttfiRke f audience and wound , up by creating a panic among the- children . • ¦ iffti . unrftr of them were injured by the fire which King Winter scattered generously in hli flight , and by . the ruib , of tfcf ^ bt « ed iwor 4 e to M « n $ .
FARM AND GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896
FARM AND GARDEN - TOE StMAft ^] WEEv || £ Beat Kt » WfGt Extermination J ^ BlslW Jp * v phlde ofgCarbon . SliJ ThiOTB the time of year ^ K n | jfi ^ furmefnvi 1 begin to D € Worrie || fcy | 8 e grain ^ hijbjetlej ^^ e have J $ Nhxi § a great u ^ aTnteoufftnem totlhtepSsRand 1 great deal aboutthem to tihtepast * and have no rauion . to expect less trouble in the future . We will describe the illustration . The Size of the insects may be seen by the little straight line beside eachaoiej the Insect as shown being jpngni &amp; a . V | m mature weevil is ^ een ft liii ^ ra Latin name is CalanWB ^ iSnanf . F ^ he larva , that is , the form as it comes from the egg 1 , is shown at b . The pupa form is shown ate . At d is shown another insect , thfe name of . which is Calandra oryza . Ofyza is Latin for rice , and this insect is popularly called the , } rice . beetle , because he was * first discfoVerea in tnis grain ; There is a striking similarity between tiiis one and the one at ...
NEEY 0 US BOS 1 MEI 0 N [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896
NEEY 0 US BOS 1 MEI 0 N f . * - * .., — - ^ - tr -0 -- I An Afijeriban Malad ^ jpaueed by I ! J Dur Mann « r of j | vin | - M I ftwa the Btar , ~ fraihtnjm , j ) . 0 ^ w 1 We Americana hurry toSffnuoh . $ &gt; do hot takj &amp; lme intbugli for fljfr meals * - W « j I haste to / get turn , and-weaxfflut our bodiaji &gt; 4 y thftajg &amp; in o % lr &gt; aeTve ^ Ehe ^ uH . ; ® faervous prostratlon &gt; ProDttbly there is lib Mmsdy which will reach all coses . Pink Pills come nearer being a specific for it than Anything we know ) however , and we hare just interviewed twtf Washington people wild have tried them for this malady in order to get some lQpal , . testimony . The first Is W . Henrioh RobBJ dt 809 Now Jersey Avenue , N . W .: f ? -. I ¦ . ¦ ¦&gt; &gt;¦ For a long tlme / I-said Mf Robb , &lt; I suffered horribly , with nervous prostration , and tried many physicians and various highly recommended remedies w...
THE MARKETS . ^ [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896
THE MARKETS . ^ NEW YonK , December 30 , 1895 . CATTLE-NatlvuSteers ...:.. $ 3 60 @ $ 4 40 COTTON-MiUillini © 8 Ji KL OUH—Winter Wheat .. ; .-.. 3 25 @ , 3 05 WHEAT-No . 2 Kotl .... ; ... © 07-tf CORN--No .-J ... :... &lt; cj 31 U . \ a , S-No . li ......... i .... 23 © sua l J 0 KK-Ncw Moss ; .. 1 ) 75 © 10 2 ) ST . LOUIS . COTTON-MUMHiig © 1 % BEEVES—Fiiiiiy atcors -10 ( 1 6 i &gt; 4 7 , i Medium 3 2 S On 4 3 &gt; HODS Fair to Select 3 25 ( jj » 3 55 SHEEP—Fair to Choice 2 25 H 3 10 FLOUIl-Patents 3 30 © Ml ) Fancy to Kxtra do ... 2 7 i ) &amp; 3 20 WHBAT-No . 2 Rod Winter © » : , i IXJKN—No . » Mixed @ M OATS-No 2 .... &lt; SJ &gt; lO / i KYE-No . 2 3 i ) n 32 TOUACCO-LUKS 3 00 to 8 00 Leal Hurley 1 50 H 13 0 J HA Y-Cloar Timothy . 10 00 &lt; i « 1 IIJ 0 IJUTTISU—Cnolce Dairy 15 U : !&lt;) EGGS—Fresh @ W , POlilC—standard Mess ( Now ) . 8 87 K to sou BACON-ClciirUlb &amp; 5 !» LARD—Prime Steam © l-Ji CHICAGO ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896
# Bdttiebinditig . . # vHHy You can t judge of the quality of a book by the binding , \ f § P / JHH nor tell the contents by the title . You look for the name &lt; g || ^ P of the author before you buy the book . The name of v ^ | | 1 |&amp; Robert Louis Stevenson ( for instance ) on the back guaran- . || jl ^^ tees the inside of the book , whatever the outside may be . ^^ llll There s a parallel between books and bottles . The | lj | Jjtr binding , or wrapper , of a bottle is no guide to the quality ^ f ^ P of the medicine the bottle contains . The . title on the bottle | g ^ K . is no warrant for confidence in the contents . It all depends , ^&gt; SH on the author s name . Never mind who made the bottle . HP Jill Who made the medicine ? That s the question . |||| ^ p Think of this when buying Sarsaparilla . It isnt the %# Hjll binding of the bottle or the name of the medicine that || l w ^ you re to go by . That s only printers ink and paper 1 The ^^ Wm que...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896
: ^ mmmmwwmmmmmmm , jr . it matters little of hovrffif II A All A All « K . I * longstanding tk Q . paid V |^ | fl | ¦ IIIIV I ill g } I § his been ; chronic cases Q I . JHUUDU / IllLfi f ipdreadlli ^ j . ^ f . * ¦ *** % . MrW W - ^^ 4 HHE ! w # T ! i ^ P ot manyy ^ w standing h ^ : ! b ^ ej ^^ ffed .: l |( it . a » ~ - £ ~—T . — ; , M % % J ;~—^^ ~ i-f v &gt; .- ^ fifi ffrj ftft &amp; TJEEL f I • f j I j : ~ PT CABLED ..... I .---I V $ EB =======: FIELD .--. I--.-I PICKET ====:===: AND HOQ HHHIJHM FEj ^ CE . M 1 1 1 1 1 1 FENCE . Also CABLED Pof &amp; fRY ; GARDEN AND RABBIT FENCE . u tten ^»« Wot ^ iB ^ shiswsssw ^ . to * DE KALJa iFpNCE GOn &lt; £ L 222 £ , &gt; SBz ( __^ _ Stop Naturally ! ^ VflH You Dont ^ m ^ 9 \ W tO 6 W 68 s ^ yVM u I ¦ L ^ makos 1 _ fff | J ^ TvL I mJi ^^ y brings back MA IU M ^ GUARANTEED / Mr 11 wWr TOBflcco mn om -ymH ^ I B Wm £ y Go bu ^ and tr ? a box to-day . It fflHH ¦ Baggy . coats only $ 1 . Your own druggist...
THE EXPRESS . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896
THE EXPRESS . W . H . KELLER , Editor . TaUuIa , 111 BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION . One copy one year fl . OC Entered at the Post Office at Tallula , III . as Second Class Mail . Marvelous Results . —From a letter written by Eev . J . Guilderman of Dimondale Mich , we are permitted to make this extract : 1 have no hesitation in recommending Dr King s New Discovery as tli € results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife . While I was pastor of the Baptist church a 1 Kives Junction she was brought down vrit j pneumonia succeeding la grippe . Terrible paroxysms oi coughing would la-it hours with little interruption and it seemed that she could not survive them . A friend recommended Dr . Kings new discovery ; it was quick in its work and highly satisfactory in results . Trial bottle free at Koe &amp; Buh s drug store and regular sizes 5 ( Jc snd $ 1
Toledo Weekly Blade And Campaign of 1896 . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896
Toledo Weekly Blade And Campaign of 1896 . With a great Presidential Campaign coming next year , every j thoughtful citizen will need , be- ; sides his local paper , a great na lional weeky . The greatest and most widely known of these is the Toledo Weekly Blade . For 80 years j it has been a regular visitor in ev-1 ery part of the Union , and is well j known in almost every one of the I 70 , 000 postoffices in this country i It is edited with reference to a na- &gt; tional circulation . It is a Bepublican paper , but men of all politics take it , because of its honesty and fairness in the discussion of all pub- ; lie questions . It is the favorite family paper with something for every member of the householdSerial stories , poetry , wit and hu- j mor ; the Household department ) \ best in the world ) , Young Polks , Sunday School Lessons , Talmage s Sermons , the Farmstead , theQues- j tion Bureau ( which answers ques tions for subscribers ) , the News of the week in comple...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 4 January 1896
1895 XMAS CHRISTMHH ^^ ML HSHUND ILL . S . HEXTER &amp; CO .. ASHUHD ^^ 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 i DEESS GOODS . Boots , Shoes and Slippers . NOTIONS # JEWELRY . Henriettas formerly 85 cents now 25 Gents fine Patent Leather and Enamel leather Shoes in all sizes Roger Bros . 1847 Knives and forks , Tea and Table Spoons , Ladies and , : : » : •• - **¦¦ - •»*«—« * - &gt; « . »••••• . • - •*¦ ¦ ^ te &amp; cSs * £ 2 G * &amp; 3 s ?* m 75 50 vance in the price of leather . Collar and Cuff Boxes , Manicure 1 . 00 75 • Sets , hand Mirrors , Fancy Boucle 1 . 25 85 Ladies fine Shoes in Congress , Lace o...
A ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE , [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896
A ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE , A SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF MARY NEELY Finally the crew landed and obtained a row boat to take them to the Niagra Falls , and being unacquainted with the waters , came near going over the Falls . In due time they arrived at Lake Champlain . Here a new difficulty awaited Mary . At the first intimation that she was a prisoner of the British government the found an officer ready to take their parols . She and two other girls and an old man started out alone for the south . The Colonel ( for that was his rank ) ordered them to halt but Mary urged them ori , saying that they were not soldiers and would sign no parols ; but the officer was presistent and would not let them go unless they signed it . Finally after he had followed them a little way , Mary turned to him and told him if he followed them to the bend in the road , she would cut a switch and she and the 2 girls would give him such a whipping as he had never experienced . She stepped to the side of the road a...
X IMtF , SSIO S . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896
X IMtF , SSIO \ S . / At Pana a novel revival meeting was held in the Penwell mines , 720 feet below the surface of the earth . The drill in the artesian well at Miens has been stuck at the botjorn for the past ten days , this too , when within two feet of the 2 , 000 Contracted for . J Save Money for yourself by having your hoots and shoes repaired at Geo . E . Collins general repair shop .. First house north of ( Baptist church . GEO . E . COLLINS . U-lm . • A . New York dispatch tells of a girl 22 years old of that city , who has smoked on an average four packages of cigarettes a day . Each package contained ten cigarettes—n , total of , 17 , 520 packs , or 175 , 200 cigarettes for the ten years she has smoked . Coughing irritates the delicate organs and aggravates the disease . Instead of waiting try One Minute Cough Cure . It helps at once making expectoration easy , reduces the soreness and inflamation . Everybody likes it . Roe &amp; Ruh . We are pleased to announce t...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896
R . E . OAEDS . C . &amp; A . CARD . TBAINS GOING NOKTH . Xo . 5 , Atlantic Express .... 6 : 10 am . 47 , Kansas City Mail 8 : 80 pm 77 . Wav Freisht ....... 10 . 15 am TBAINS GOING SOUTH . Tram . No . C , l nclflo Express . .. . S : 35 pm , in , Kansas City Mull ...-S : S 5 am 80 , Way Freight 1 : 15 pm Through tlekBts sold and baggage cheeked to all points . Connections made at Chicazo nioomington , St . Louis and KansasCity , with connecting roads . . 1 . CHARLTON , C . F . CXENDENEX ( i . P . A T . Asont J &gt; ioal Agent C . A . GUSTAFSON WATCHES , IMA . MONlJS-, JEWELUV , ALL LATEST STYLE * . ONLY l ! lH . ST • LASS \ V 0 tt K DONI :. ririiEiAiiusKiof K 1 NE WATCHES , A SPECIALTY . rcteisburg III SituationT ^^ Hfe ^^ V ^ j / WLjK ^ K ^ r ^ y ^^ M pymaHTED ^^ . Prof . Smith , for It T . ari Principal of tie _ COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY . UNIVERSITY Awarded medal b » Worwt Em &gt; oiilim for gyatemof Book-kecplnjrand General BoalnCH Education , etc . Cost t...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896
BELLS LIVERY * * SALE STABLEHeadquarters for GRAl ]* , HAY 4 P FEED . Good Kigs furnished at living prices . Special uttention given the trav elinp public . Buyers furnished for marketable Horses . C H . BELL . Tallula , 111 . J . F . Willson , Scott Greene WILLoON &amp; GREENE , BANKERS . Deposits solicited . All collections given prompt Attention . Office hours , 9 : 0 O a . m ., to 4 : 00 p . m . INEDMNI 7 Y OFFERD —BY THE—HOME INS . Co . -OFNew York . FOR LOSS BY FIM ^ IGHTNING TONADOES . 11 . B . RUH Agt ., It May do as Much for U Mr Fred Miller of Irving , 111 ., writes that he had a severe kidney trouble for many years with severe pains in his 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 ...
LATE NEWS ITEMS . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896
LATE NEWS ITEMS . THE senate was not in session on the lith In the- house , during the 20 minutes , session , nothing of public interest occurred , although it had been expected that some notice would be taken of the published call for bids for the new bond issue . There was a proposition made for the swearing-in of Mr . Allen , as representative from the new state of Utah , but as his credentials were not officially signed by the governor and secretary , objection was made , and the matter was referred to the judiciary committee . Tin : Deutsche bank group of Berlin which proposed to take partof the new American loan , upon learning that the bond issue called for by Mr .. Carlisle would be a home loan for which 1 . 03 would be offered in the United States , announced , on the Cth , that they considered it impossible for the German banks to take any part of it . They asserted that there is no market in Germany for a four per-cent . coin loan at 1 . 03 . A DISPATCH from Havana to the...
ILLINOIS STATE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896
ILLINOIS STATE NEWS -. • v , ¦ Died . ; . ;; % - : v . J £ rs . James CK Everett , one of the W , S $ ; settlers of Bureau , county , and a relative ofI William Oullen Bryant , trie result of a stroke of -paralysis , Sh p taught the first school organized in what Is now Bureau . county , and for many years took a conspicuous part in public affairs . She was 83 . v * ¦ -, John P . Barlow , aged 91 , at his home in Effingham . He was a native of Virginia , and removed to Effingham county in 1869 . His remains were taken to his old hoine in Charleston for interment . ; S . P . Penfield . ono of the oldest and best-known citizens of Eockfprd , who had been engaged in the real-estate and insurance business in Eockford since 1860 , aged 74 . Asa A . Matteson , treasurer of the Purington Paving Brick Co . at Galesburg , of pneumonia , aged 58 . He was for four terms an alderman , wasamember of the library and hospital boards , a director and for a long time vicepresident of the First natio...