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PERSONAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

PERSONAL AND GENERAL ON tie 8 th , Acting Portuguese Minister ScLor Taveir , at Washington received i cablegram conveying tho in telligerce of the capture of Gungunliannv Mid his son Guida , by Portuguese troops . SEVERAL men were injured in Wiutersot , la ., on the 7 th , by the collapse of a building occupied by the C . D . Beverhlgton Hardware Co ., on the south side of the square . The stock and building 1 were ruined , as was the stock and building next west , also curried down by the crush . UNITED STATES DISTRICT ATTORNEY MCFAHI . ANK filed a bill of complaint in the United States circuit court in New York city , on the 9 th , against the 32 railroads forming the Joint Traffic association . He also gave notice that , on January 17 , he . would move for an injunction restraining the association from operating under its agreement . PERSISTENT rumors were in circulation in Madrid , on tho ilth , that C .-ipt .- Gen . Campos will he succeeded by ( Jen . Polavieja or by Gen . Well...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WRECK AND WEVTIHER [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

WRECK AND WEVTIHER Make Hard Unas ( or tueiOjpwpf th . Janet Cowan—Stranded • 91 { Vancouver Island-Three Men Jump ujfcjioardand are Drowned , Four are FisMsh to Dsatk and Five Abandoned to Tjilr Fate . FORT TOWKSEND ,.- Wastt . -Jani- ;!? . — The British bark Janet Gwan ^ Cipt . Thompson , bound from { a pe-Town , South Africa , to Vancbuviy-B . C ,, was wrecked on December $ Ulast near Carmanah , on tho west cpi $ t of Vancouver island . The sec 6 irc mate and two sailors jumped overpiard when the vessel struck upon th * rocks and were drowned , and the bravo old skipper , together with three of his crew , were frozen to death white endeavoring to find shelter on thefrofcky shore . The Janet Cowan was a > Clyde-built vessel ; owned by Shaklaiffi & Co ., and valued at 8127 , 000 . She lei Cape Town September 11 , for Vancptyer , under charter to load lumber Iwr a South African port . Her voyajp was uneventful until December 6 / , when she rounded Cape Flatter...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A BLOODY ENGAGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

A BLOODY ENGAGEMENT In WIilili the Rebels Kctlred After In . HUtlng Tcrlous Loss dn the Spanish Tronpg . COLON , Dec . 30 , via Tampa , Fla ., Jan . 1 H . —To-day the column unqler the command of Lieut .-Col . Perata returned to this city . Yesterday it pad a sharp and bloody engagement with the rebels under Gomez . The ] number oi the latter was estimated at ! 5 , 000 . The vanguard of Col . Perara s column , composed of a detachment if Santiago cavalry , met 20 mountedrebels between the town of Calimete and the Triuhffo sugar estate . The rebels fired a vollejl at the royal troops and instantly retired in the direction of their main body on the estate . The column advanced and on ncaring tlio estate a general fire was opened on it by the rebels . Later a detachment of mounted rebels charged with machetes . They were allowed toget near the troops before tho command to fire 1 was given . The first volley emptied i 20 saddles , when the rebels , precipitately retired to sbelter , bac...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE ARMENIAN MASSACRES [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

THE ARMENIAN MASSACRES New Estimates of the Numbers Killed and Villages Destroyed . LONDON , Jan . 13 . — -The Constantinople representative of the United Press , telegraphing under date of Saturday , says that more complete tables of tho persons killed and property destroyed in the provinces of Harnoot and Diarbekir show that 176 towns and villages , containing 8 , 050 Armenian houses , were burned . Too Armenians iu thusa towns and villapca numbered 98 , 000 , and of those 15 , 845 were killid , xjife » rni «| e 4 tli ? uugcrWlo rmm 8100 IN PRIZES ODf OA ^ S AMD CORK Last . year we offered $ 800 for the big gest yield of oats .-. 209 bushels Bilvc * Mine Oats was the highest . Thisyeai we oiler $ 300 more on oats , $ 100 on Silver King Barley ; a barley yielding in 1895 llfi bushels per acre , and $ 100 on Golden Triumph Yellow Dent Corn , the com of your drcqms !~ - Whats Tcosintc and Sand Vetch and Sacaline and Lathyrus and Giant Spurry and Giant Incarnate CloVcr and lots of suc...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ILLINOIS STATE NEWS . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

ILLINOIS STATE NEWS . mod . Capt . Robert McKee , one of tho oldest residents of Waverly , of heart disease , brought on by an attack of the grip . He was an old soldier , newspaper man , and had held important offices . • Capt . J . S . Jackson at Salem , a prominent character In war and political circles . Judge George L . Rieese , of Red Bud , of heart trouble . He was born at Millstadt , 111 ., September 30 , 1838 . Hla father was a clergyman , Rev . J . J . Rieese , at that time the only minister of the German Evangelical church in the west . He served as county judge and superintendent of public schools . Farmers Organizations . Several farmers organizations recently held their annual meetings in Springfield . The Illinois farmersinstituteafter , an interesting meeting , elected officers : President , F . M . Palmer , Clinton ; vicepresident W . E . Robinson , Greenville ; secretary , Charles F . Mills , Springfield ; treasurer , T . W . Wilson , Springfield ; superintendent o...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LATE NEWS ITEMS . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

LATE NEWS ITEMS . Ix the senate , on the 13 th , . Senator Morgan ( dem ., Ala . ) spoke two hours on the free silver substitute for the house bonl bill . A concurrent resolution empowering and directing the President of the United States to receive a deputation from tho Cuban revolutionists and to extend belligerent recognition to them , offered by Mr . Kyle ( pop ., S . D . ) was referred to the committee on foreign relations In the house , it being tlio second Monday in the month , District of Columbia business was taken up and two bills of local interest were passed . The pension appropriation hill carrying SU 1 ,- 33 . > , s :. 0 , & i (> , 000 less than the last bill , was taken up in committee of the whole . • I UDGK DALLAS , in the United States circuit court at Philadelphia , on the l . ltli , affirmed the report of the master in the suit of the Central Transportation Co . against the 1 ullman Palace Car Co . The Central Transportation Co ....

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896
Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

Feed The nerves upon pure blood , and they will be your faithful servants and not tyrannical masters ; you will not bo nervous , but stroncr , cheerful IUICI happy . To have pure blood , and to keep it pure , take Sarsaparilla Hood s Pilia cure all Liver Ills . 25 cents ASK YOUR DEALER FOR W » L DOUCLAS S 3 . SHOE BEfwVLD ! HE If you pay 84 to 80 for shoes , ex- JN > A amine t . ie \ V . L . Douglas Shoe , and © < see what a good shoe you can buy for ^** ¦ OVER EOO STYLES AND WIDTHS , CONGRESS , BUTTON , and LACE , made in all kind * of the best selected leather by skilled workmen . IVo manufacturer In tho world . * i ~ Sfijj * df | None genuine unless name and oigV ^ nF price is stamped on the bottom . IfiEs / a Ask your dealer for our SS , Mjj sS 84 , 83 . 50 , sa . r . n , 8 » . S 5 Shoes : / asUSi 92 . no , 83 and 81 . > 5 for bo » j - • A 3 & y jt TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE . If your dealer M cannot supply you , send to fac- feWftsJST tory ,...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CHARGE ON THE BUMBLE BEES [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

CHARGE ON THE BUMBLE BEES Ob , for tho green of the deep , tangled clover , : ^ Red with its swcet-petaled , slow-nodding bloom ; Oh , for the fields which the light winds sweep over , j Freighting tho sweet of the summer s pet fume ; . • • And oli , for the whisper and sighing of trees / ¦ ;; . Aal ho for the nests of the mad bumble bees , - ; Oh ,, for the thrill of the wild , boyish rushes , Straight where the black swarms are tailing to wing ; Then for the haven of shadowing bushes , Safe from the thrust of swift-dartl-ig sting ; Eo , ho , for the dash and the dare and the tease ! .. - ¦ Ho , ho , for the charge on the dread bumble bees ! Ho , for the massing of barefooted allies , On to the gart lean s guard ot winged fqes ; Ttah for the daring and desperate sallies , Rah for the victory that comes at the clooe : , Weep , oh , for tho wounded who are moaning for ease . And still , oh , for the droning of bruised bumble bees . Sing of the trenches where heroes are burled , Swept...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
GOOD-BY [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

GOOD-BY Characters : Mrs . Lldyard ( 2 S ) , Ted Clayton ( 35 ) . Time : 5 : 30 , p . m . Scene : Mrs . Lldyard s drawing-room — curtains drawn — dimly lighted . Mrs . Lldyard seated before the lire gazing absently Into It with a paper open on her lap . She starts . violently ns the clock strikes the half hour , and a ring la heard at the door bell . She hastily picks up the paper , and Is absorbed in It as a maid announces Mr . Clayton . Mrs . Lldyard ( rising politely)—I cannot help thinking you have given yourself unnecessary trouble . Clayton ( stiffly )—I preferred being quite sure no mistake was possible . Mrs . Lldyard ( with raised eyebrows ) —No mistake ? Clayton ( hastily)—As to the safe return of this . jacket I meant Mrs . Lidyard—0 ! Clayton ( eoldly )—Did you imagine that—O , I assure you , your letter left mo no chance of misapprehension ; it was painfully clear—Mrs . Lidyard—I am glad ; in that case , I suppose—Clayton—Precisely , there is nothing to be done but to r...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
NEW CURE FOR COLDS [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

NEW CURE FOR COLDS Bilkins Spent the Night Looking for Fin do Steele Whisky . K was late when Rilkins got home ; He ha < V worked hard iill day , had caught a cold and was out of temper . His wife further exasperated him by looking rosy and happy and asking him In a dulcet voice what oiled her lovely dove . I ve got a cold , growled Bilkius , and it is rapidly killing me . Oh , said his cooing wife , is that all ? Ill have you cured in a jiffy , Ill give you a hot fin de siecle . But no ; weTiave no Fin de Siecle whisky in the ) house . Ill fix up a plain hot whisky , with some cloves and nutmeg and things . Then Mrs . Bilkins bustled around nnd fixed up a hot and mysterious drink , under which Bilkins alimentary canal rolled up like a scroll as it went down . Joe whiz ! Whats that ? he spluttered . It s strong enough to tan a rhinoceros hide . It s a hot whisky , dear , she murmured ; it will do you good . Let me fix you another and then you can go to bed . Of course , F...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A Case That Puzzled the Doctors [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

A Case That Puzzled the Doctors Mr » . D . Wood Dangerously 111 Font Times a Year—Her Case Seemed Hopeless . Prom the Times , Kansas City , SIo , Mrs . D . Wood , who resides at 703 Delaware St ., Kansas City , Mo ., suffered for nearly eight years and was attacked at intervals with a sickness , the cause of which she could not explain , but which brought her nearer doath ! s door with each return . Her husband was continually in a state of nervous worry about her condition and about the numerous doctor bills to be paid . But one day a groat change caino . Mrs . Wood is now strong and vigorous , and she goes about her household duties with a cheerfulness and enjoyment that she never knew before . She has no more sick spells , and her husband Is now tho happiest man in Kansas City . What caused this change ? Listen to what Mr . D . Wood , tlio husbaud , told a reporter of the Times yesterday : For eight years my wife suffered from general debility . She never felt well . At least fou...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

THE WARKETSr NEW YORK , January II , 1831 OATTLE-Native Steers » 3 - . 5 < aj 4 Ci COTTON-Mlddllng 8 > f @ H « FLOUR-Wlnter Wheat SOU © 3 4 o WHEAT-No . H Bed 07 «© «• COBN-No . 2 $ 3 . i « OATS-No . S U : uii POHK-NowMoss 10 00 fel 10 50 ST . LOUIS . COTTON-Mlddline @ Jlji BEEVES—limey steers !? . i @ i GV Medium 3 10 © 4 DO HOGS-Fair to Select 3 40 ( $ 3 70 SHEEP—Fair to Choice 2 SO % 3 10 FL . OUR—Patents 3 40 @ 3 50 __ Fancy to Extra do ... 2 70 @ 3 ij WHEAT-No . a Bed Winter @ 6 i , i COHN—No . SMIxed ig Z , 4 OATS—No 2 .... ( ii 17 K UYE—No . 2 3 <}\ HQ 38 TOBACCO-LUKS 3 00 @ 8 00 Leaf Burley 4 50 § 12 OJ HAY-ClearTimothy . ........ 10 00 ( in U 00 JIUTTEH-Cholce Dairy 16 @ 20 EGGS—Fresh @ 14 POKK—Standard Hess ( New ) . 0 75 «& 0 85 BACON-Cleur Eib @ . i % LAKD—Prime Steam (&• iu CHICAGO . CATTLE-ShlppinR 3 75 % 5 00 HOGS—Kairto Choice 3 18 @ 3 8 , SHEEP—Fair to Choice 2 50 © 3 65 FL . OUR—Winter Patents 3 33 ( a 3 69 S...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
- I—T . p ^ In Olden Time * [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

- I—T . p ^ In Olden Time * ¦ Peop . e overlooked tho _ UBp . o . rtance ) . oi per manently benolicial effects and wero satisfled with transient action , hut uOwthatlt is generally known that Syrup of { Figs will permanently euro habitual constipation , well-Informed people will not buy other laxatives , which act lor a time , but . flhally Injure tho system . , I , m > * - ;? : GENIUS always gives its best at flrit ; prudence , at last . —Lavater . ! I

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896
Publication Title: Express
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

loss of opportunity is life s greatest loss . Think of snfferine with 5 . 10 15 Years Years Years when the opportunity lle » inaortUooi 3 T . JACOBS OILS 5 § 6 O § I § § X 8 5 X § TrlrVi > nr . r-rWiifnffl ^ - -- ~ - ~ 0

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

125 W POULTRY YARD I m 9 k lOSpp . Slst jHd . tVrtUeu 4 c sold JU lijr a farmer and Fault vyMmM ^ ffe man oflSOyeare experience ¦ J ^ V ^ HA itlnln , practical eystein , I ^ Hk ^ Hy easily learned . Describee WEy ^ Blf thetr disenses . how to make I ^ BHvf hens lay . Cholera , Capes M ^ B ^ mimt . ot Roup yon nerd not Have . | S 9 v Price , 25 c rREIPARTIOOlABB . % A . W . LAKO , Box 841 . Chicago , HI . fig ) Any sarsaparilla is sarsaparilla . True . So any 9 f ^ s * 3 tea is tea . So any flour ia . flour . But . grades differ . Cy (^ You want the best . It s so with sarsaparilla . There $ ? W are grades . You want the best . If you understood Si ( 0 sarsaparilla as well as you do tea and flour it ^ k £ & would be easy to determine . But you dont . How Ss vJ 5 ? should you ? •& /? 3 When ) OU are going to buy a commodity cj » M 31 whose value you don t know , you pick out an old £ < h T / j established house to trade with , and trust their Ojj J £...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
RAILROAD HOSPITAL . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

RAILROAD HOSPITAL . If eaten TralnBen Provide Heaaa to Oar far TheaualTee . A new hospital ia being built at St . Joseph , Kan ., by railroad men out ot their own earnings , and designed exclusively for their own use . In it all those who have suffered Injuries -while on duty , or who are seized with any serious-illness , will he cared for . The building la four stories high , the first story of Colorado sandstone , and the other three of Philadelphia pressed briok . There are over 70 rooms In the new hospital . There will be accommo dations for 60 regular patients , and ia en emergency it will hold over 800 . The sanitary arrangements , as might be expected , will be very complete . The sir in the rooms can be kept at an even temperature , while , at the same time , HOSPITAL AT TOPXKA , EAR ., BTJTLT BT BAILBOAD EMPLOYES . It will be changed every fifteen minutes . The ventilating apparatus consists of two furnaces and a system of electric fans . The hospital will cost about $ 75 ,...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
m . BAEEOWS' CABEEB . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

m . BAEEOWS CABEEB . Bom * of His noted Lectures , Sermons and Books . known the World Over aa tho Originator of tho Congress of Religions Bald In Connection with tha CMl cage Expedition . I Hev . John Henry Barrows , D . !> ., ( who has just resigned the pastorate of [ the First Presbyterian church at Chicago so that he may deliver the Haskell course of lectures on Christianity in India , was born July 11 , 1847 , In Medina , Mich , His father , the late Prof . John } i . Barrows , came of New England stock , a race of teachers , and was educated In the Troy Polytechnic Institute and in Oberlin college . His mother , Catherine Paine Moore , was also an . early graduate of Oberlin . In his college life at Olivet , Mich ., Dr . Barrows was noted for his enthusiasm in the study of literature , history and the classics , and for his eager interest in public and national questions . He was graduated from Olivet in June , 1867 , in the same class with his brother , Rev . Walte...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Express — 18 January 1896

THE EXPRESS : W . H . KELLER , Editor . Tallula , - - • - . .. 111 . BATES OF SuBSOEIfTION . One copy one year $ 1 . 00 Entered at the Post Office at Tallula , 111 . as Second Class Mail .

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