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- •; ; ;' ^ ri A >^ i ^ 'i ; ! NVEii-lD . ? % ' - « [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

- •; ; ; ^ ri A >^ i ^ i ; ! NVEii-lD . ? % - « The Rebels Having Everything-Their Own Way-Capturing Batiprb fiii ^ Ulnges \ In Most Cases Without Kesistuuce -Xhs . Work of Destruction on . Btttlroidfaii < t » Fluiitiitlons Goes Right Along . & Sl » . ; ; HA ; VA « A ^ Jan . _ ¦ 7 i ^ Ehpfstations , ° ? tholyillanueya i-ailfpad at jileloTlia and Qu ^ ra fi . fwv , i | jUes % thb ^^^^ Brd of th (|| | uirio || in this province ; have been dcsjtT < oyec || by the rebels .. . Thfcin surger itss the & . warehci in the town .. of San Felipe at the junction of the Balbano- and Villancuva railroads . The mayor Of the town was warned of their approach and gathered 200 men , with . whom he intendetL ^ Jo defend the town . Maximo Gomez , the rebel . leader , sent word to the mayor that if the insurgents were fired upon he would burn the town to the ground . The inhabitants begged the mayor to make riojresistance , as they did not want to...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

Four hundred and fifty thousand pennies a day is the record now being made by the mint presses of Philadelphia . ¦ ¦ AMBED ELY BEACH , editor of the Scientific American , died at his home In New York eity , on the 1 st , of pneumonia . ¦ THE Dominion government has already decided upon a line of action regarding the strengthening of Canadian defenses and the better arming of the militia force . ¦ THE coinage executed at the mints of the United States during December , 1895 , was as follows : Gold , 88 , 097 , 145 ; silver , 875 , 502 ; minor coins , $ 107 , 386 . Total , 88 , 280 , 573 . ¦ ¦ PRESIDENT CLEVELAND will , it is believed , experience no difficulty in marketing the proposed new issue of Bonds . Information gathered in New York , on the 31 st , was to the effect that applications aggregating 8275 , 000 , 000 of the bonds had been received from various points . - • P . SHEERING , secretary of the Democratic national committee , had , up to the 2 d , received and placed on f...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
PERSONAL AND GENERAL . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

PERSONAL AND GENERAL . P RATT & L ETCHWOBTH B niaUeatile iron foundry and hame works at Buffalo , N . Y ., shut down , - on the \ 3 |> throwing about 000 men out of einnl . o |« meat . * - y • AN unconfirmed report was • current in London , on the evening of tlie { jj 4 i that Dr . Jamieson , leader of the filibii | - terinff expedition into the Transvaal , who was defeated fry the Boers and captured , had been tried by dnim-H ead court-martial , condemned and shot . •*• THE number of victims of the St . Louis explosion and fire , of the 2 $ , known to he dead had been increased , up to the night of the 3 d , to six , and there were at least three more missing . It is about spitted that the explosions were caused by fire igniting a vast store of cannon fire-crackers . V UKN . DuFFiEi . t ) , chief of the coast and geodetic survey , on the 3 d presented to the secretary of state thejoint report on the Alaskan boundary , which was agreed upon by him and the Cana...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
AMERICA ALSO WAITING [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

AMERICA ALSO WAITING On the Prompt Action ot tho Turk in Righting Wrongs . WASHINGTON , Jan . 7 . —There is no longer any denial that the big armored cruiser New York and probably two other vessels in Admiral Bunco s squadron , if not the entire fleet , now lying at Hampton Roads , have been ordered to be in readiness for a voyage across the ocean to Gibraltar in ease the Turkish government does not promptly acquiesce in Minister Terrell s peremptory demands upon the jiorto for immediate and full reparation for destruction to American property and injuries to American citizens by Turkish subjects . In any event , it is understood that the cruiser New York may leave for the Mediterranean any moment , the departure of other vessels depending on the contingencies of the Turkish attitude undergoing a material change . An Absence ot Seven Years Conclusive ol Death . WASHINGTON , Jan . 7 . —The house committee on invalid pensions yesterday . ordcred a favorable report on a bill providing ...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
OUT OF BEATEN PATHS . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

OUT OF BEATEN PATHS . Vodka , a sort of whisky made in Rus « sia , exceeds in alcoholic strength that of any other whisky . Though the Formosan republic of Taiwan , or Taiwanfu , was quickly suppressed , it lived long enough to issue a postage stamp . It is green , printed from a wooden block on very thin paper . After a struggle for some time with tropical vegetation the builders of a line of telegraph along the Amazon have decided to lay a telegraph cable ijl the river f or a ^ ietfwce of J # W m || e « h . < ; ^ NaV | g ^ slanflagyih 1741 , ^ e ^ -1 ji ie ^^ t ; iip : ;] land on ; the shorMiqjt ; jlSaisk a , Vi nvi 7 ^^ Kin- ^ jaeror Paul pi Russia ^ gwhte d ^ a charier ? to the Russian-American company , who conquered the . country as far as Sitka , penetrated to California , and opened trade With China and the Spanish colonies , Priests of the Greek church , acting with the Russian government , Christianized thousands of the nativesFollowing the advice of Seward and ...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE MOZAMBIQUE ^ REBELLION [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

THE MOZAMBIQUE ^ REBELLION Vractlcally £ iulc < Iuy tho Capture of Gunguiihama anil His Son . WASHINGTON , Jan . T . —Oonsul-Gen-eraf Taveira , charge . ^ illi ^ ir . os of tho Portuguese legation hefe , yesterday , afternoon received the following cablegram from his government at Lisbon in regard to the Mozambique ( east coast of Africa ) rebellion . Gungunhama and his son , Gurtido , have been imprisoned by Capt . Moudenlio , They have already reched Lorenzo Marques , and will be conveyed at once to Lisbjn on board the lortuguesc troop-ship Afric : i . The strongest enthusiasm prevails at Lisbon . The consul-general says this practically ends the rebellion which lias been in progress in Mozambique for over a year . Guugunhnuiuand his son are African chiefs who have caused the Portuguese colony a great deal of trouble for years past and the government has spared no pains or expense to catch them .

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CURRENT TOPICS . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

CURRENT TOPICS . THE NEWS IN BEIEF . LIV . CONGRESS . ( First Session . ) IN the senate , on tho 30 th , Mr . Lodge ( jop ., M : iss . ) delivered a speech on tho Venezuelan question , in which , whllo disclaiming any belief that either England or the United States desired war , he maintained tho vital necessity of unholdlh , the principles ot the Monroe doctrine on the entire continent nnd against all the world . The resolution providing tor tho reorganization of tho senute was adopted : Yeas . 30 ; I nays , 23 . Senator Gorman ( dem ., Md . ) voiced the soreness te ! t by senators ol his party nt losing control of the senate , and some pliiln talk was indulged in on both sides oii tho subject of glvlnj ; to the free sliver men OjHajorlty on the committee of finance . IN the senate , on tho 31 st , In a speech in support of ills resolution looking to an additional rate of duty on raw wool , Mr . Mitchell ( rep ., Ore . ) argued against tho secretary of the treasury refusing to exer...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
TALLULA EXPRESS . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

TALLULA EXPRESS . vr . H . ; HEIXER . ICdltor and Publiaher . TALtPLA . • • • ILLINOIS .

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896
Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

Hoods Sarsaparllkv has over and over again > rovcd itself tho best blood purifier inodiral sciotico has over produced . It cures when other medicines utterly fail . Its record is unequalled in tho history ot medicine . Its success is based upon its Intrinsic merit . Hoods Sarsaparslla Is the One True Blood Purifier . Hnr » rl c Dillc cca ^ y to take , mild , etleeIIUUU arma » iv < , AH < iT ., i < riMoia san . Cagsi Break because its so strong ; Cant get out of order because its so simple ; Cant unhook by itself—Why ? bump ? | l Bead two cents in stamps fur New NSk JJ Mother Ooosc Book in color ? to J £ \ / las Richardson A DeLcrag il ) 1 if U Bros . ! Philadelphia . y ^ ff y ^ f j Worlds Fair I HIOHEST AWARD . J IMPERIAL PERANUM llsPure . ana unsweetened ! land can be retained by ! f the weakest stomach . ! ? A safe , easiWipted FOOD for BYSPlPmS ! I Sold by DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE I 5 S John Carle & Sons , New York . J AUWi ^ UV...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
OUR > . PICTURES ON THE WAUL * [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

OUR > . PICTURES ON THE WAUL * The ; frames £ re .- / hqfr expensive and- the •*? . : ;¦ iplctuceg-they areiplalnV - ^ -J $ ¦* ¦ ¦ ; •>• . . A-brooaliigitliere . whert sunlight of . the \ flrcljsht ^ oftlyifaljs : ;^ , ; ; • 7 : ¦ , The stranger fl-buld not notetheih , yotiVo . hope df gro & l or-gain . . )¦ * .- . . ; - , . .. . Would make . : UB think of parting with . ; . our pictures oh the walls ! ^ yr ^ eftVould , have - no changes in the ^ po > t ¥ altrff * e eotiH , [ , For igaslng . orjilie faces , wo can see them | , , V 8 j 8 .- / they # ere ;; > . ¦ ¦¦ ¦ --, Thb /^ athe rn ; sti ; 6 lig ,: ( . ana sisters In their ~ iv loyely , * woin aShis 6 d , ¦ The mother s >* ee tVahd tender , and the ; .- ; baby ln : hls chair . : ^ p . ; Their voices come at even or on quiet aftI .-. ¦ . ernobh s ; . ¦ ¦ - . - ¦• . • /¦ 1 And while we look upon them we recall - ^ , , the deaier days ; vV ; * - ^ : , , And sttli . t...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
TIGER IN THE POOL [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

TIGER IN THE POOL BY W . A . FRASER ElNOIDS belonged to the Indian state railway service , but ho didnt mean any harm by that ; it was only a way hc > had of ranking- a living . He was engineer in charge of a district when : there was good shooting , so , in addition to being a rail-carriage fellow , he was a tiger hunter qf well-known prowess . The following adventure which be fel him lie related to me one evening over a glass of sugar and water and a cigar—remarkably good sugar and water licynokls kept in his bungalow , too . Settling himself in his long chair , he tiSok ; t few vigorous puffs at his cigar , ps though his eyes were jamming cartridges in a magazine rifle , and gave me the following account of his adventure with a man-eater : I was stationed near Wurora , in a good tiger country , and one . day my lnrater brought , me news of a pair o f tigers that had been killing cattle nea .- o neighboring village . They were a rather vicious pair , too , not much a f ...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE AGIOS OF FRUITS . " [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

THE AGIOS OF FRUITS . & Compilation ot Interest to Hortlcol ^ i ~ . : ; . turUjts andGardcucrs , .. ^ ^ The ; grateful acid of the ; rhubarb leaf tlrisps ^ m the- malic acid . and -hihoxalttte of potash which iicontain *;; the acidity of the ; lemon , orange and other species- of thegeinls-citrus . is caused by the ^ abundance of citric acid which their juice contains ; that of the cherry , plum , apple andpearfronj the ; maiic acid in their pulp ; that of gooseberries - and -, currants , block , red and white , from a mixture of malic and citric acids ; that of the . grapefrom n mixture of malic and tartaric acids ; that of the mango from citric and a very fugitive essential oil ; that of the tamarind from a mixture of citric , malic and tartaric acids ; the flavor of the asparagusofroin aspartic acid , found also in the root of the marshmaliow , and that of the cucumber from a peculiar poisonous ingredient called fungin , which is found in all fungi , and is the cause ...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CALIFORNIA FRUITS . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

CALIFORNIA FRUITS . Should Not Ho Allowed to Monopolise Central and Western Markets . A leading grocer advertises California peaches , California lemon cling peaches , California white heath peaches , California Hartlett pears and even California corn , tomatoes , cove oysters , etc . It seems absurd that Missouri should use such vast supplies from California , not only peach , pear , cherry , but even tomatoes and corn , and the same is true of Illinois and many other states . These fruits and vegetables are produced in California , on costly land , high-priced labor , enormous freight crossing the mountains , and yet it pays thorn . Why not Ozark peaches and pears , adding Missouri or Arkansas , as the ease may be , and why not Missouri , Illinois , Kenlucky mid Tennessee- corn and tomatoes , as well as fruit ? People of the Ozarks , Colorado and New Mexico are . beginning to wake up , and soon California will cease gathering all the cream . We ndmirc thVir enterprise , but we wan...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WINTER WHEELBARROW [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

WINTER WHEELBARROW I cry Serviceable About tlie Farm t ^ Iien Snow In on tlie ( . round . It would often be very convenient to u ; . e n wheelbarrow in winter , were it not that Ihe wheel does not roll w < -ll In the snow , especially if it be at all soft . It is very easy to put the barrow on runners , as shown in thcaccom A Wt . NTEU WHEELIlAlviCOW . panying illustration . The wheel is unshipped , and two runners that have been fitted by a blacksmith are screwed to ( he framework in the manner suggested . If the runners are firmly attached the winter wheelbarrow should prove very serviceable about a farm , —Orange . Tudd Fanner .

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
DAIRY SUGGESTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

DAIRY SUGGESTIONS The cow will utilize a peel : and a naif of potatoes a day at least . l-Ved in thrpe feeds . Keep the milk flow up tf > the highest practical standard . If it falls beiow it is harder work to got it up than it is to keep it up . Shredded corn fcMer is growing in popularity . Dairymen find it firatclass , and horse owners in the towns are beginning to seek it . In considering the profit of butter making we should take into consideration that butter takes but little from the soil , less than any other farm product . Wc are asked if shredded corn fodJcr is as good as ensilage . Not for some purposes , and perhaps not for any-pur-pose . But shredded corn fodder ! s a grand good thing . —Farmer s Voice . Size of the Model Potato . A potato that will weigh one-qnarter of a pound is about two inches in diameter and is of the smallest size allowable when sorting for the market . When potatoes of this size are used for cooking , there is far more waste than with ...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
EO TLEDGE [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

EO TLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used . The many , who live better than others and enjoy life more , with less expenditure , by more promptly adapting tlie world s best products to the needs of physical being , will attest the value to health of tho pure liquid laxative principles embraced in tlie remedy , Syrup of Figs . Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to tho tasto , the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative ; effectually cleansing the system , dispelling colds , headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation . It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical nrofession , because it acts on the Kidneys , Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance . Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drugg ists in 50 c and $ 1 bottles , but it is manufactured by tho California Fi...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BOOK NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

BOOK NOTES .

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

Du Mauricr lias recently made the statement that his profits from Trilby , including his royalties from the play , amount to $ 135 , 000 so far . Gen . Charles Hamlin and his son , Charles B . Hamlin , are in Bangor , Me ., collecting data for tho biography of Hannibal Hamlin , which they are about to write . It is nn interesting comment on the financial success of books written by women that n London publisher lately offered a distinguished novelist , an extra £ 200 if the latter would consent to have his latest story issued under an assumed and feminine name . Mmo . Sarah Grand has not yet announced tho title of her new novel , now nearly complete , which she considers a stronger work that The Heavenly Twins . As she prefers to have it read without a break , she has declined all offers for serial publications in England and America . ABOUT ANIMALS . The native dogs of Australia , of Egypt and of the Persian desert never bark .

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
' 1 . * . ' -. ' '¦ - _ ¦ ¦ ¦ j ' ¦ -OF : ROVAL DESCENT . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 11 January 1896

1 . * . -. ¦ - _ ¦ ¦ ¦ j ¦ -OF : ROVAL DESCENT . i The first duchess of Marlborough ( survived the great duke nearly 22 years , Bhe was a singularly fascinating worn- , an ,. and could please anybody . - Some English papers say that for . a long time tho pocket money allowance of Princess Maud of Wales was only - five dollars a month . Her mother , when a young girl , had the same amount . : • The princess of Wales is striving to Introduce demi-toilet as the dress for the theater ; she has worn a high bodice and long sleeves upon such occo- sions as she has appeared at tho theater during the past two years . ¦ Loid Glasgow-, the governor of New -Zealand , recently attended a cattle show at Napier . He particularly admired a certain shorthorn bull . The bull did not admire the governor , aud expressed that fact by unceremoniously tossing his lordship over a convenient fence . Then the governor Avon t home . The youjg czar of P . ussia is not fond jof flic cares of state . He is a rat...

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