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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895
Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rig htly used . The many , who live better than others and e n joy life mo r e , with le s s expenditure , by mo r e p r omptly adapting the world s best p r oducts to the needs of p h ysical being , will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy , Syrup of Figs . Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and p leasant to the taste , the refreshing and t r uly beneficial p r operties of _ a perfect laxative ; effectually cleansing the system , dispelling colds , headaches and fevers a n a perm an ently curi n g constipation . It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical p r ofession , because it acts on the Kidneys , Liver and Bowels without weakening them and ~ tt is perfectl y free from every objectionable substance . Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druggists in 50 c and $ l bottles , but it is man...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

V I Gave Up Hoping I would ever be better , I hud suffered so much from sour stomach , kidncyl troubles , and other ailments . But Hood s Sarsaparilta was the moans of saving my life . After taking it I was strong and muscular , gained 14 lbs . I recommend Hood s Sarsapariila to all who long for health and strength . NICHOLAS SCUIEIISEE , Summerdalo , 111 . hlnnA > c Di 11 c are tasteless , mild , etteoIIUUU » r-IU £ > tivc . All druggists . 25 c . S . COFFEE BERRY UGTTEK THAN A GOLD MINE . Raise your own * coffee at less tbnn onn cent a pound . Let liljfh tariff storo coffee j : o . Tlie poor mnn s frkutt and rich niiui a dciijzJit . Main res north or south In four months , rimtt any time up tothe 20 tUof Juno ; 20 , 000 farmers snppliml nun every one praises It . Hiis produced over CO bushels peracre . Some prefer It to sturo cotfic . Producer two crops a year In the south . I / tree packet postpaid £ © cts , ; or enoimli lo plunt SJOOhills , / iOcts . or stu...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
^ = — > . » , —ijjsaj- - j ' ' "THE-WAY OF THE WORLD . " [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

^ = — > . » , —ijjsaj- - j THE-WAY OF THE WORLD . Wo hear of a . wrong that is done In the land , Of some ^ haft tha . Hs needlessly hurled—Or some heart that is broken ; and quick we reply , In our haste : Tis the way of the worl d .. * The way of the world for the rich and the - strong To impose on the poor and the weak I The dark , bitter spirit of hate and revenge To tread down the true soul that is meek . We thoughtlessly drink from the fountain of s i n , And from pleasure to pleasure are whirled . And our only excuse to a conslence outraged Is th i s : Tls the way of the world . • Tho way of the world to tread error s broad roa d Forsaking the heavenly way ; Forsaking the wisdom that comes from above , And tho light of the Infinite day . Som e g o on , an d on . In their folly , till death , In their midst , has his black flag unfurled , When they say a late prayer of repentance for sin , > . . And gasp out : Tls the way of the wprld . —Mrs . M . A . Kid...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A LITTLE BENEFACTOR [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

A LITTLE BENEFACTOR BY MAKV tu H . BRANCH . The days nre so long nnd wearisome ! sighed Mrs . Harmon . She had been confined to her room a long time by a chronic ailment . She could not go upstairs or down . She could not visit her kitchen , where a woman hired b y the week now filled her p lace . Her husband wns at work from morning till ni ght out in the fields , and her grown-up daughter was away teaching . She could ring a bell for Mrs . Grigg if she wanted anything , and she could move her chair from the window that looked out . on the back yard-to the window that looked out on the road . But it was a road on which there was not much passing , and the chief event each day was the strolling by of perhaps a dix / . n children to school with their dinner pails in tho morning , and their return home in the afternoon . For want of other amusement she watched them languidly at first , and li fter that with incr e asing interest . Almy Chupin and Urucc Clark look to be pretty intimate...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WINTERING POTATOES [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

WINTERING POTATOES the Mont Satisfactory Way la to Storo In a Dug-Out . In a leport of the . Kansas state board of agriculture , as quoted in an ; exchange , it is said that , if buried , potatoes must be covered lightly at first , and the covering added from time to time , but only enough to protect the tubers from frost . . This is the most unsatisfactory , and expensive way oi storing potatoes . The next worst is s cellar under a building . The most snt > isfactory and cheapest way is to store in a dug-out . In most Kansas soils , no walls but the dirt walls are needed , The roof will be of earth over poles and brush . In . wet weather such a rooi will leak unless covered with boards , corn stalks , straw or other covering . The best location will be a slope or bank facing south . By leaving nn alley through the center of the dug-out , with p lenty of large ventilator shafts through the roof , a brisk circulation will be set up whenever the door in the end is opened—pa...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
GOOSEBERRY CULTURE [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

GOOSEBERRY CULTURE riie Secret of Thrlftv Grmvtli and KieU Yields Explained . During a second visit to the stale experiment grounds neur G e neva , N . Y ., in August , I learned the secret of the thrifty growth and yield of the gooseberry p lants there found in numerous varieties . The foundation on which ( his success primarily rests is good strong loam , reinforced by yearly , moderate applications of stable manure and good tillage . Repeated spraying with the solution of silver of sulphur , which the station people prefer to the Bordeaux mixture for this particular ! purpose , keeps the foliage in good health , and therefore the wood growth normal and strong , and also the fruit free from mildew . . With the sanio conditions strong plants and pl e nty of good fruit can be produced elsewhere . There can be no question that gooseberries thus handled can be made a very profitable crop . Layering , as stated on former occasions , is a far safer and better method LAYERING GOOSKUIiFHi...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BARRELING APPLES . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

BARRELING APPLES . It the Worlt Js Done Properly tho I fuifc Will Not Kot . Many of the most profitable operations in commercial life depend in the first instance upon very simple facts . ; Most persons would pans by wit limit observing the barreling of apple s as a case in point . If app les were plac e d loosely in barr e ls , they would soon rot , thoug h passing over but a very short distance of travel ; and yet , when properly barreled , they can be sent thousands of miles —« ven over the rougluht o cean voyage , in perfect security . This is owing to a fact discovered years ; igo , without anyone knowing particularly the reason , that an apple rotted from a bruise only when the skin was broken . An apple can be pressed so as t o ha v e indentations over its whole surface without any danger of rotting , provid ing the skin is not broken . In barreling apples , therefore , gentle pressure is exercised so that the fruit is fairl y pressed into each other ; and it is impossible fo...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE MARKETS . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

THE MARKETS . Nnw YoitK , November 25 , 1895 . JAlTtjE-NiitlveStoers 8 8 50 ia $ 4 40 COTTON—Middling < fb S A PL-OUIt-Wliitor Wheat 8 30 @ 8 70 SVHKAT-No . 2 itofl & OVA BORN—No . 3 ® SO / i : > ATS—No . 3 @ i . A POKU .-Nim Moss » 76 U 10 85 S V . kOOlS . COTTON-MMdling « t 8 % UliKVES-FiiueySteors 4 f > 0 © 5 25 Medium 8 50 ta 4-15 BOGS—Fair to Soloot 8 3 . ) © 3 60 SHUEP-Fulrto Choice 2 IS © 3 l . i PLOUlt-l iitents 3 15 a 3 25 Fancy to Ilxtrudo .. 3 70 @ 8 0 S WTIGAT-No . 2 llodl ? lntor ... 01 M 01 J 4 CORN—No . 2 Mlxod © 2 IM OATS—No . 2 ® lH IlYii—No . 2 33 @ 31 TUUACCO-Lugs 300 @ 800 Lent llurioy 4 50 @ 12 00 J 1 AY—Clear Timothy 9 50 @ 14 50 liimusil-Cholco Dairy 10 9 8 • KiHS—Fresh < i t > 17 f i lOUK-Stondard Mess 8 37 / , ® 8 60 IIAUON-Clear Kib ¦ - • @ BU LAUD—Prlmo Steam 5 « ( a W CHICAGO . CATTLE-Shipping 3 25 @ 4 F 5 UOGS-Palr to Choice 3 30 © 3 00 SlilSEP-Iiulrto Clioloo 2 00 @ 8 5 !) 1 LOOK-WIntor ...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
| ; / The Ruling Pulsion . ' "¦; [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

| ; / The Ruling Pulsion . ¦; •• The sufferer slowly raised his : ; eyelids i , Where am I ? he asked . ; > , i ^ ou were runNnto hy another bioypUs || i answered the- attendant . , vl ^ ter , as he was about to breathe hisjlast , he asked in , a touching mannei * . tWhat was the name of his ma chine ?—Judge . . - ts : — . 1 THePrfFo - rlf * EoTIM to FWrKlif . Why not . when going to Florida , tako adrailtage ot the opportunity of going via St . Lovjis , making but one change of cars en route , andthatin the grand St . Louis Union Station , the lar ges t i n th e world , and thence take the 8 t . Louis if ) Cairo Short Lii \ e , thsHolly Springsllouteto Florida . Tlifough sleepers to Jacksonville , low rates , lilpral limits , with stop-over privileges , and test time . Adda-ess , ¦ t GEO . E . LAIIY , - ; ¦ ; General Passenger Agent , :. St . Louis , Mo . r 1 KITTLE Alice heard her father say that her cousin Jack lms tho smallpox , and excldmed ; Oh . j > ai :...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895
Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

; .-, Highest of all in IrfavenmgPoier * --Latest U . S . Govt Report i j ^^ - . : : * \ ^ ?¦¦ ii 1 • -- • R ^ ffi Powder ABS 05 . B ) fiES . V KIBE M ^^ i ^ . >^ - ^» e 9 igj . » . Qsogoseecooiee 9 geissoeo 9 * 3 ecsa » 8 g » a % ^ E ?^^ Hl Is a fighter and champion in every contest with 2 sffiv s ^ S fi P Jm It knocks out in every round , and on its belt is written 9 siy $ ^ MM I CURE . S Timely Warning . t The great success of the chocolate preparations of the house of Walter Baker & Co . ( established ^ ovjsJri 1780 ) has led to the placing on the market ^^^ many misleading and unscrupulous imitations fof their name , labels , and wrappers . Walter E nj \ Baker & Co . are the oldest and largest manuM m \ % facturers of pure and high-grade Cocoas and II Hb \ u \ Chocolatos . on this continent .. chemicals are Hi fi hi used in their manufactures . m \ l 4 [ m Consumer ?! should ask for , and be sure that ^ wafcfia * they get , th ^ r * nuine Walt...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

If your skirt edges wear out , it s because you dont use i P ^^^^ T BIAS VELVETEEN SKIRT BINDINGS It s easy to prove it for yourself J Don t take any binding unless you sc « Si H ; & M . on the label , no matter what anybody tells you . If your dealer will not supply you , we will . Send for samples , showing labels and materials , to the S . H . & M . Co ., P . 0 . Box 699 , New York City . Hn 0 Men ? Women LLi and Children Are sent out to work , frco of charge to employer or employed . For help of nil kinds send to THI BimEAU OP liAHOB AND TUANSlOUTATlOIf Of CUl CIIRO , Room 7111 , 107 Dearborn at ., John Vlsher , Seo y , | BEST IN THE WOB 1 D . M ^ I ^ ill ?! ( A \ Ybx teoMrtvj axv & WwT n \ OcvMflMSS w & vtev & - % / % \ a \\ w \« » Vtulvi www & Wc & . ly X ^ SgSSSsP ^ v THE RISING SUN //^¦^ -SSiHWVi STOVE POLISH in /[ J ^& iaafi ^ tZ Ssaa )| cakes for general R ^ KToVr lo \&a...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SOUTH MAGNETIC , POLE [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

SOUTH MAGNETIC , POLE There Seems to Be a Possibility of Defining Ita Veriatt ns . Antarctic Exploration the Ifld df tlio Hou —LleutI Peary Is Tired of Hunting : for the North . Pole—Andres s Balloon Scheme . . Lieut . Feary has come bock from Greenland with no desire to pursue arctie explorations further , He thinks the north pole will be reached at no distant day ; but the feat must be accomplished by a younger and more athletic man than he . The glory of this achievement a young Swedish geographer , Andree by name , hopes to win by an adventurous enterprise . His plan is to start from Spitsbergen in a balloon some day when the wind favors . The distance is not more than 700 miles ; the balloon would travel 200 miles a day ; and in a few days Andree hopes to add more to the world s knowledge of the arctic regions than has been gained in centuries . Andree has devised a steering apparatus , and intends to use guide ropes to preserve equilibrium . His project was listened to with am...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ROYAL BETROTHAL . i [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

ROYAL BETROTHAL . i Princess Maud of ( Tales to Marry Prince Charles of Denmark . The announced betrothal of Princess Maud of Wales , the youngest of the three daughters of the prince and princess of Wales , to Prince Charles , second son of the crown prince of Denmark , is apparently more pleasing to the English peo PBmOESS MAUD OF WALES . pie than the report which was given currency recently that Princess Maud . was to marry Ferdinand de Rothschild , j a possessor of several of the millions of I the house of Rothschild . , Princess Maud s full name is Maud f Charlotte Mary Victoria . She will be 26 years old November 26 next , and her betrothed , who is her first cousin , was 23 years old August 3 last . The marriage will more closely bind the royal houses of England and Denmark . The time has arrived now for both the prince and princess to form a suitable matrimonial alliance , and as it is said to be purely a love match it will find more favor in English minds . j Alligators Tee...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
x . ' f i 1 T ~ - </ ' " . - > s A '<¦ " NEW POET LAUREATjg . ^ [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

x . f i 1 T ~ - &amp;lt;/ . - &amp;gt; s A &amp;lt;¦ NEW POET LAUREATjg . ^ Alfred Austin teld to Have Beaa * p &amp;gt; pointed at Salisbury s Beqnaai ( Alfred Austin , poet , critic aridijdurnalist , wan born at Headinsrleyfcriear Leeds , May 30 , 1835 . His father . was a merchant and magistrate of the borough df . Leeds . He was educated | at Btonyhurst college and afterward at Bt . Mary s college , Ascott . Austin took bis degree at the University of London in 1853 . In 1857 he was called to the bar of the Inner Temple . - ( But the publication of a poem at the age of 18 showed the bent of his disposition . Mr . Austin himself says thatle studied law only In deference tQ , the wishes of his parents . From his earliest years he was imbued with the desire and the determination to devote his life mainly to literature . f On the death of his father in 1861 lie went to Italy . His first acknowledged I volume ot verse , The Season , a Satire , AUBED AUSTIN , POET LAT ...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
' " $ HE EXPRESS . ' * [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

$ HE EXPRESS . * ¦ »* . H . KELLER Editor . (? Tailula , - - - 111 . BATES OF SUBSOBIPTION . , • One copy one year $ 1 . Q 0 Entered at the Foot Office at Tailula , II as Second Class Mail Matter . -r-

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
^ Interest To Ladies . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

^ Interest To Ladies . Wo offer no apolofry In pi icing before you TflTE LADIES SAFE PEOTECTOE , it Js absolutely reliable , easily adjusted , does not become misplaced and insures protection . Cun be worn when desired without ob servntioii or knowledge of another and preventsjdls ^ greeablo annoyance under certain conditions . If you use-It once you will nev . rr be swithout it . It Is a faithful , safe , and ellalile friend whenever needed by special irciihistam-rs rcqnirliif ; its use . It is an ar tide that every ivouinii Klioiilil Itecp ready for { lumidiato use . It is simple to iSe , mid ^ nspfiies confidence to the woman using it . It is ri-lial | le and sclentiflleally made , insures protection witlinnt hjury to healtli , as any Konfl | iliysii : Ian would say . We are of the pluMi ( hat no article lias over been made Wliicli &amp;lt;» ili give as lilllelixuti-ifactifm to tile woim-i of today asTIIK l ., VOIKS , S \ VK IliOllKlVi Oll . The lininiisi-miles of tlnV ai-lir...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895

$ 1000 IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY AS PKIZES For the Best Pictures Tahcu . On Nor . IB , 8 S we shall give away $ 10 ( 10 in gold for the best pictures taken b &amp;gt; the hi Crosse Camera The pictures will bt awarded as follows : 8200 in gold will be given for the best pic tures taken by this Camera ; $ 100 for the second best ; 850 for the thiro l &amp;gt; . st ; $ 25 for , tlie fourth best ; 815 tor fli th !&amp;gt; est ; $ i 0 for sixth best , and for tlie next 40 best , $ i each will be given ; for the . next 80 best $ 2 . 50 each will be given , and for the next 200 best pictures taken by the La Crassn Camera $ 1 each will be given , making m nil $ 1000 given away . We shall do this for two reasons , viz : 1 st introduce the La Crosse Crmera fo r second , to educate the amerateurs in photos raphy . This contest closes Nov . 1 st , 1895 This camera can be used by anyone and is sold under a positive written . guarantee to • do th ? work or money refunded . Sent by express wi...

Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895
Publication Title: Express
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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