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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895
GET THE BEST WhejfyonareaboWtobuyaSewliiffMaolitoe do / not , t &gt; e deceived by aljuring advertisements and be led to think you : can get the best made ,, pest finished and , - Most Popular « a for a mere-Bonsr . See to It that ^ aijm you bujPfrom reliable maau- Inftr fketnrera that have gained a tSZSS &amp; PlB mpntationbyhoneatandsquare Wa ^ nSSA oSallngi yon wffl then get a JulHHRff ^ Swing Machine that is noted QfTJn the world over for its dura- flUffS bBity . You want the one that Vlsw 1 ^ IsTeaslest to manage and la ^ | ^ Light Running f wP There Is none ta the world that tSk ^ SSfia can equal in mechanical conrnp ^^ nS structlon , durability of working MMfTakV parts , fineness of finish , beauty vnPimk in nnpearance , or has as many Inm / PL hi . • uvements as the J NKW HOME Itihas Automatic Tension , Doable Feed , alike onbotb sides of needle ( patented ) , no other has it ; New Stand ( fatettted ) , driving wheel hinged on adjustable centers , thus reduci...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 30 November 1895
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A ROMANCE IN % [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
A ROMANCE IN % A SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF MARY NEELY During all that long and weary march , when unperceived by the Indians Mary would make- marks on the trees to guide those who might pursue , or as a guide to herself if she should make her escape , but poor child ! their vigilant eye was ever on her day and night , and night after night did she watch wait and hope for deliverance ; but alas ! hope would spring up to dashed to the ground ; even the stars through the long watches of the night seemed to mock her in her misery . One day while brooding over her desolation , the tears began to till her eyes , and when she could weep , what a relief it was to her poor heart . She continued to weep for many days . Filially one of the Indians asked , - What makes you cry so ? She replied , You killed my father . As if to pacify her grief he told her that if he had known it was her father he would not have killed him , which seemed to her , savage mockery . Day after day she performed the work...
PRESSMM [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
PRESSMM Mhe Methodi ^ ohnrch at Ashland ba ^ recently introduced an orches-trw-of several pieces in the Sunday eclfaol song etf $ &amp; 9 . pies of people : have piles but De Witts Witch Hazel Salve will cujfe them . When promptly appliedfeit cures scalds and burns withouftthe slightest pain . Eoe &amp; Euh . ; $ e thought we saw an Indian cbi | f on the streets Monday but we ^ were mistaken . It was John ¦ Burnett with a horse blanket wrapped around him . &lt;| ne Minute Cough Cure is rightly samed . It affords instant relief fropi suffering when afflcted with a severe cough or cold . It acts on the ; throat , bronichal tubes and lungs and never fails to give instant relief . Eoe &amp; Ruh . A farmer in Medina , Mich ., sold hi ^ wife the other day for $ 10 . He needed the money to buy a couple , move dogs , says an exchange . toughing irritates the delicate organs and aggravates the disease . Instead of waiting try One Minute Gough Cure . It helps a...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
VVJlJ . V . BE . CARDS . C . &amp; A . CARD . . TBAINS GOING NORTH . A r o . 5 , Atlantic Express .... 6 : 101111 ^ il , Kansas City Mail 6 : 80 pui 77 . Way Freight ....... 10 . 15 am TRAINS OOIMG . SOUTH . Train So , 0 , Pacific Express . .. . S : 55 pm ¦ 4 K . Kansas City Mail . ... 8 : 35 am 80 , Way Freight .. 1 : 15 pm Through tickets solflantl baggage . checked to all points . Connections made at Chicazo Uloomiugton , fct . I-ouisa . nd KansasCity , with connecting roads . J . CHARLTON , C . ETCLEKDEKKN G . P . &amp; T . A 2 Ht Local Agent C . A . G-USTAFSON WATCHES , DIA MONDS , JEWEL . KY , ALL LATEST . STYLES . ONLV FIRST CLASS W O It K • DONE . HETBEIAUUNG of FINE WATCHES , A SPECIALTY . Petersburg 111 &lt; M . KOBEKTSOS , M . D . B . W . HOLE . 31 . 1 ) ROBERTSON &amp; HOLE ,. , Physk-lasss &amp; ftHr &amp; eong . All culls promptly answered , day and night . Office north tide Main St . TnHn !« 111 ^ i VfcL -= ^ C $ ? 3 bi ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
Bell To The Front ¦ -S ~ - - : ¦ . ¦ ; r LIVERY , FEED * SALE-STABLE . Good Eigs furnished at living prices . Special attention given the trav eling public . Buyers furnished for marketable Horses . C . H . BELL . Tallula , 111 . J . P . Willson , Scott Greene WILLSON &amp; GREENE , BANKEES . Deposits solicited . All collections given prompt attention . Office hours . 9 : 00 a . m ., to 4 : 00 p . m . ^ INE 0 MNITY 0 FFERD —JJT THE—HOME IIS . Co , -OF- . lew York FOE LOSS BY FIEE , LIGHTNING __ r r ft ADOES . I . It may do as f &amp; uch for U Mr Fred Miller of Irving , 111 ., writes that he had a severe lridney trouble for many years with severe pains in his back , also that his blad der was affected . ; He tried many so called kianey cures but without 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 tr...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
A DISPATCH from Victoria , B . 0 ., says that none of the sealing fleet will go into Behring sea next season . They did not pay expenses this year . ¦ &gt; TUB popo presided at a secret consistory at the Vatican on the B 9 th . Ills holiness was in his normal state of health . A number of cardinals , including Satolli , were created . • • • - — - THE London board of . agriculture has issued an order forbidding 1 the importation of sheep from the United States and Canada , unless the animals arc slaughtered at their port of landing . •—— - FAILURES for the week ended on the 29 th , as reported by ltd . Dun &amp; Co ., were : For the United States , 379 , as compared with 389 for the corresponding week last year , and for Canada 47 , against 80 last year . XN round figures the treasury deficit for November will be $ 1 , 000 , 000 , the receipts fooling up $ 26 , 000 , 000 and the expenditures $ 27 , 000 , 000 . The deficit for the five months of the current fiscal year...
LATE NEWS ITEMS- [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
LATE NEWS ITEMS- IN the senate , on the 3 d , an unusually large number of senators participated in the opening-day proceedings , the only interesting feature of which was the swearing in of the members , soon after which the senate adjourned until noon of the 3 d , to await the receipt of the presidents message In the house ; Mr . Reed , of Maine , was chosen speaker by a vote of 234 to 95 for Ex-Speaker Crisp , and the remainder of the caucus ticket of the republicans were duly elected . The rules of the Fifty-first congress—the Reed rules—were adopted , and the drawing for seats was followed by adjournment for the day . GREAT anxiety is felt in London for the safety of the Baptist missionaries in the province of Shensi , China . No news of them had been received , up to the 2 d , since August The latest report stated that the Mohammedan rebels had captured the city of SeeNgan , the capital of the province , and had murdered large numbers of men , women and children . H AROLD F RE...
ILLINOIS STATE NEWS . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
ILLINOIS STATE NEWS . ChlcagoM-Siitl Financial Plight . Mayor Swift is alarmed andvexcitad over the present condition of Chicago . He . declared in a public meeting the other day , that we cant raise a cent with which to meet our floating , obligations of $ 5 , 000 , 009 . The doors of the comptrollers office are blocked by creditors , who demand money long since due them . We have reached the end of our means . The city needs 500 more policemen , but it can not have them . Our health department is crippled . &gt; The fire department demands more men ; there is no way to grant the necessity . The streets should be cleaned , but there is nothing with which to do it It would take $ 1 , 000 , 000 to make a creditable showing of cleaning the 1 , 100 miles of streets . The remedy lies in the capture of the rich tax dodgers . We want and must have ready cash . Creditors are pushing Chicago for money . There must be some concert of action by the local citizens whfl want the honest ...
PARTY CAUCUSES . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
PARTY CAUCUSES . Officials Selected by the Republican Majority of the-Now- House n (&lt; Representatives—Complimentary Selections of Candidates Made-by the Democratic Ml * nority . . WASHINGTON , Dec . 8 . —The combination ticket for house officers was carried through the republican caucus of the house at the capitol last night with but one exception—Mr . Fisher , of Kansas , who was slated for the chaplaincy , being defeated by Mr . Couden , of Michigan . . , The result oi the caucus , briefly summarized , is : Speaker—Thomas B . Reed , of Maine . Clerk—Alexander McDoweli . of Pennsylvania . Sergeant-at-Arms—Benjamin F . Russell , of Missouri . Ooorkeepeer—William J . Glenn , of New York . . _ Postmaster—Joseph C . McElroy , of Ohio . Chaplain—Rev , Henry M . Couden , of Michigan . After the transaction of some minor business , the causus at 1 : 15 a . m ., adjourned , after a continuous session ml more than five hours . Democratic Caucus . WASHINGTON , Dec . 2 . —Thirty mi...
GtJEEENTTOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
GtJEEENTTOPICS THE sultan has consented to the doubling of the number of forei gn guardships in the Bosporus . .. _ ¦?; DUBING the progress of a church fair in the City armory atWooster , 0 $ pn the evening of the 28 th , a Inmp . ) was overturned and the burning oil setflre to one of the booths . The l , 50 h % er . sons in the building became parijestricken at the sight of the flames , and a number of women and children wore injured . . ! THE cruiser Minneapolis passed out through the Chesapeake capes , on t | le morning of the 28 th , bound for Turkey . She probably will make the trip | in about fifteen days , touching perhafps first at Gibraltar for mail . ! GEOKGE W . BARNES , a pioneer , dropped dead in the M . E . church at Barnjisville , O ., on the 28 th ; while attending services held by Rev . Sam Small . , ; TEXAS SIFTINGS is to be removed from New York city , where it has been published for many years , to Dallas , Tex . ! IN Sing Sing N . Y . prison , where one of the s...
THE CHINESE MUST GO . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
THE CHINESE MUST GO . Writ of Habeas Corpns Dissolved and Celestials Ordered Deported . CHICAGO , Dec 1 . —Judge Grosscup , in the United States court , ordered the writ of habeas corpus , by which three Chinese , detained in Chicago under the deportation law , regained their liberty , dissolved , and ordered that the Chinamen be remanded to the custody of United States Marshal Nat S . Stearns in Vermont They will then be sent out of this country as soon as possible . Contrary to previous statements made Attorney Thomas A . Mllchrist did not ask for an appeal . He at first intended to do so , but changed his mind in regard to the matter .
THE COMFOKTS OF STYLE . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
THE COMFOKTS OF STYLE . Her fair head was pillowed on her 1 a , rm . —Life . All Fall . Applicant—Can I get board at your house , ma am ? Landlady—No , sir ; sorry , but we ro full . Will you put me clown on your list ? Yes , but that is full just now 1 Isnt it strange that your husband should have sent me here ? Not at all ; he is full , too !—Texas Siftings . ( Always in Stock . Dyspeptic Customer—The doctor says coffee isnt good for me and I must quit drinking it . Havent you some preparation that makes a good substitute for coffee ? Grocer—Yes , sir . Our Pure Af terDinner Java , ready-ground , at 20 cents a pound , is an excellent—er—imitation , sir . —Chicago Tribune . What Slio Meant . Mrs . minks—That horrid Mrs . Winks sn , ys I m a fool . Mr . Blinks—I nin sure she would not maks such an ill-natured remark . Mrs . Blinks—Well ; she didnt say that in so many words , but that is what she meant . She says I believe everything you tell me . —N . Y . Weekly . His Status . Telle...
HOLMES SENTENCED . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
HOLMES SENTENCED . Ills Motloa for a Now Trial Denied and the Death Penalty Imposed . PIHT . ADKLPHIA , Nov . 30 . —Herman W . Mudgett , alias H . H . Holmes , who was convicted of murder in the first degree for having caused the death , in this city , of Benjamin F . Pitezel , was , in the court of oyer and terminer , refused a new trial and sentenced to ho hanged . The opinion denying the accused a new trial was delivered by Judge Arnold , it having been concurred in by Judges Thayer , Wilson and Arnold , who heard the application for a new trial . Judge Arnold then pronounced the death sentence . Holmes , who had been brought into court to hear the opinion , was not affected by the • adverse decision , and when Judge Arnold , in delibern te tones , sentenced him to be hanged by the neck until dead , tie air of apparent indifference , / ivhich was so OevTafeftt * otffl hy , t , tt ^ i , tle ged multimurderer . Holmes was then returned to the county prison , and a death watch was p...
A SENSATION [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
A SENSATION Caused In Oklahoma by the Indictment nt Hank Officials . PEBUY , Okla ., Dec . 1 . — A great sensation has been created in the territory over the grand jury here returning indictments against some prominent men who are charged with wrecking a bank here . Four indictments each were found against J . V . N . Gregory , who is many times a millionaire , of the state of Michigan , and whose name has been used here as a bank president since the opening of the Cherokee strip ; Fred W . Farrar , cashier of the late First state hank ; Fred Gum , clerk in the bank , and L . Merry Richardson , Jr ., who was formerly cashier of the First state bank , which sold out to Farrar , Gregory and others last June . Richardson , Sr ., who is the wealthiest man in Oklahoma , and was a probable candidate for governor of the territory and is now a democratic national committeeman . The indictments arc for receiving money on deposit in the bank when in a failing condition .
MINISTER THEDIM'S WIDOW [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
MINISTER THEDIMS WIDOW Leaves Washington to Botnrn to Portugal With Her Husbands Body . WASHISGTOK , Dee . 1 . —Mrs . Thedim , widow of the Portuguese minister who died a few days ago , left the city Friday at midnight en route to Portugal . The corpse of the dead diplomat , which is to be transported to Portugal , was conveyed to New York on an earlier train . The Portuguese minister aad wife , during their brief sojourn in Washing ton , were ( treat favorites with , d , i plo
A JIIlaunder . it indlnf . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
A JIIlaunder . it indlnf . baiter—Beg pardon for interrupting , ] but I—er—have just come—or—that is , I have just been speaking to , your daughter , and she referred me to you . Old Gentleman—Gee crickets ! JC wonder if that girl thinks I am made of money ? You are about the 40 th billcollector she has sent to pic to-day . If she doesnt marry . pretty soon , Ill he bankrupv-Jf . Y . Weekly . - t ~ ^ ^—- How He Squared Things , When Satan beheld with an angry frown , The spread of the bicycle boom , And how it was checking the growth of sin , , His soul was Immersed in gloom . 1 But he rallied at Once , ana ho jollied the girls And got them all bicycle mad : And then with a grin that was devilish quite He Invented the bloomer fad . —N . Y . Herald .