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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
Always Taking cold , is a common complaint . It it due to impure and deficient blood and it often leads to serious troubles . The remedy is found in pure , rich blood , and the one true blood purifier is Hood s Sarsaparilla Hnrwrlc Dillc »&lt; &gt; harmoniously -wltS ( lOOa S flUS Hood s Sarsaparilla . SSc The Greatest Medical Discovery of the Age . KENNEDYS MEDICAL DISCOVERY . DONALD KENNEDY , of ROXBURY , MASS ., Has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor , from the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple . He has tried it in over eleven hundred tases , and never failed exceptin two cases ( both thunder humor . ) He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of its value , all within twenty miles of Boston . Send postal card for book . A benefit is always experienced from tha first bottle , and a perfect cure is warrant « i When the right quantity is taken . When the lungs are affected it causes shooting pa...
jiYOU ; ,:,. [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
jiYOU ; ,:,. Sweetheart , the eyes whose slightest , . glance . ¦ . . ¦ - ¦¦ : ,--, • : r . ¦ ¦ - . ¦ - : • . • . *; i Has power to thrill me through and , - through , ¦ , , - ¦ ; -. - ¦ \ M ; . With life , and love aridlaughterdancei . //; They are not black , nor gray , norbluej ¦ For- fear you may hot understand . ¦ ; ¦ ¦ !¦ ¦ fekpUcltlyllJlBtate their hue : Of all brpwri «*• they re brownest , and Sweetheart , those eyes belong to- ^ -youl Sweetheart , the lips t long to kiss Are sweet and fresh as summer dew , Unsullied as the blossom Is ,. • ¦ ..- . Whoso honey no bee ever knew . ( Would their fair mistress reprimand . Me II Istole . a kiss—ortwo ?) - &gt; ¦ ... Of all red lips they re reddest , and Sweetheart , those lips belong to—you I . Sweetheart , the girl that X-would wed Is so sweet-nathred , pure and ; trne ^ So wise , so winning , so well-bred From modish hat to dainty shoe—I love her well , and for her hand In all sincerity I sue ; * Of all fair maids she s ...
A SHAI BATTLE . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
A SHAI BATTLE . BY S . RHETT ROMAN . I had not sraelt gunpowder on a largo scale for quite a number of years * , oil my tuiic and energy of late being devoted to commercial pursuits . But 1 had seen a good deal of it some oD years ago , when 1 -was a slim and wildly enthusiastic youth , and had marched and bivouacked and fought in the west and around the Potomac , and even to-day , when I happen to see a body of men , well uniformed and drilled , march by , the old fire , and the pride 1 had . in my crack company , the color company of the fine old 80 th , comes buck to me like a hot wove . But when a man has reached the fifties , is somewhat corpulent and rusty in the knees , he is not apt to be very martial in spirits ; and he seems to prefer , after his hot day s tussle for dollars and cents against other men s greed for the same , to prefer a quiet afternoor . oinoke and chat , or a Sunday of menial relaxation , to anything like extra exertion in the way of unusual sight-seeing ...
THE MAHKETS . - [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
THE MAHKETS . - NBW YOIIK , Occombor 3 , IS !) ) . CAJTLB—NntlvoStcors * D 2-i m I 50 COTJON 7 —Mlddlliii ! 8 ( , &lt; S » % CLOU It—Winter Whout 330 ( 4 : ! 70 WHIIAV—No . iJtoJ * . (• % COitN-No . 2 fi 3 . - &gt; OATS-No . S Zllifo i- S POltlC—Now Mess 9 To in 10 i &gt; • it . f / JIJlj COTTOiV—MliltlUng HHl f ?« HKKVlfiS—FancyStoors 4 Ml SJ , fi • Medium Jl i ( g 4 10 UOtJS—Pair to Soloot 3 - Si U 8 M SillSEl -J . niiaoOUoico a is u 3 on . tLUUU—lutonts 3 13 a 3 Si Fancy to Kxtrado .. SM 54 3 05 WHEAT—No . 2 ItodWInlor Jo 0 i ? 4 | COitN-No . S ! Mixed ® Z \&gt;„ ¦ OATS-No . 3 Wi a 18 uyis-No . 2 a . ! a 3 i TOIIACCO—LURS 301 ) 41 &gt; SOU Loaf Hurley 4 5 » Hi , IS oo HAY-Clear Timothy 9 W ) ffl 11 («) HUlTKIl—fJhoiuo Dairy 1 T 0 . 0 MlillS-tVcsh 54 8 I- 1 - lOltK-Statulara Moss ( r 4 8 12 4 HACUN-Oleiu-itll ) U f ! -i [ jAKU—I rimo Stoum 4 J i ! i CIIKJAUU CATTLK—Shipping IS « J 4 Tft UOUS—bulrth Choice 3 40 ¦ ® - 3 CO SilliliP—Fairt ) Cho...
HAS ARTISTIC MERIT . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
HAS ARTISTIC MERIT . \ Convenient and llmlllirul lloinw tot Two 11 und red Layers . it would seem tlmt art und business miiiht go tofretlier somewhat ., ami that poultry-houses img-lit not be devoid of nil . irtistic inerU . I linvo tried successfully the plan of three-story poul-try-houses , and found it cheaper and better than high ceilings . I inclose a piU i perspective view , and section . For convenience , niy present breeding pens surround my vegetable garden mi three sides , anil all the houses have two stories , but for a homo for 2 ( 10 hens , 1 would make the yards n ^ id houses as shown in the accompanying designs , which explain themselves . 1 C the unlimited range is divided by three lony lines of fence , each pen can have the ihnge every third day . Tilt cost saved and time saved in attendance is the great advantage of this irpthotl over others . When I had my poiltry in a three-story house , if I remember , I had no disease . The netting in front of the coops is rais...
AV HlJMff LEOPAED . ¦¦¦ [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
AV HlJMff LEOPAED . ¦¦¦ ¦ ¦• ?— . : — * -. BlaOk Spotfi On Hatods » Paoa and V : . Body » • The Inekplicniiio Affllctldn Ot a &gt; CJiiilltiothe Man-PIiyslcians Unable to Determine the Cause . From the ComUtutlon , Ch ( llfoothc t Mb . A reporter on the Evehtng Constitution vra &gt; making the Usual routine for news one morning , and had just left the city hall when ha came across W . C . Wright , a highly respected pioneer citizen of North Missouri , Who has lived in Chilllcotho a number of year * . The reporter asked Mr . Wright if he could not relieve the monotony of the morning by furnishing a live news item , and to the astonishment of the newsgatheter , the fine looking gentleman replied : Well , yes : I can give you a sensation , if you desire it . The reporter grabbed his note book and asked Mr . Wright to proceed . It is a miracle , ho began . The reporter became excitedly interested , Yes , , r continued Mr . Wright , I have noticed a number of interviews i...
A MUSICAL MELANGE . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
A MUSICAL MELANGE . iito Mattel , the song writer , who became bankrupt five years ago , has just obtained his discharge in bankruptcy in London . La Traviata has been revived at Paris for Mme . Saville , of the Opera Cornique , who is the first singer that has dared to sing Violetta there after Patti . The audience was very enthusiastic . Verdi has gone to Milan to inspect the retreat for aged musicians which is being erected at his expense near the Porta Magenta , It will cost $ 100 , 000 ; The architect is Camiilo Boito , brother of the poet and composer ., Ole Bull is to have a statue at Bergenj his native town , $ 25 , 000 having been subscribed for the purpose , part of it in the United States . At Christiacia King Harald Hardrnadc , the last of tho &gt; Yi ! :. ings , who wiut killed nt Stanford li . ; . % hting tijiuinst the Urrjlis !! pin- ; , lijj also to Vmvs 11 statue
THE ART WORLD . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
THE ART WORLD . The great-grandson of itobcrt Burns , the poet , is living in poverty in Kdinburg . Cheret is giving Paris a free open nir exhibition of his posters , 100 of which are shown on the boards that temporarily inclose the comer of Hue Taibout and the Boulevard des ItaJiens . Meissonicr s widow has presented to the Luxemburg gallery five bronze statuettes , the work of the artist . They represent two men on horseback , a dancing woman chained to a block , and two caryatides . In the Darn staircase in the Louvre , where the Sarnofhracian Victory stands , tho mosaic of the cupola has just been finiuhed . It represents in four great figures on gold ground the four ages of ancient art , Egyptian , Assyrian , Greek and Latin , and on four i medallions portraits of great artists . A Schleswig-Holstein art union , which is trying to raise the money to ! bu 3 Sulzmann s painting , The Striking qf the Flags of tho Danish Warships , Christian VIII . and Oeilon , in the Eckcrnfiord ,...
iwliVi ' ¦ " i r" ¦ " ¦ ' ., ' ' " " ''—¦ ' ¦ ' ¦¦ ' ' |[ ' * f : i ! PbULtftY PARASITES . [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
iwliVi ¦ i r ¦ ¦ ., —¦ ¦ ¦¦ |[ * f : i ! PbULtftY PARASITES . The ll 08 t * lino to Eight Them Is Daring V * : i *&gt;»» Winter Months . : T ^ je principal insect pest of the poul * tr ^ iiousC , and the chief cause of all the troubles commonly brought about by thiBj presence of so-called lice , is a little i-eel mite , which is not a louse at all , but a species of red spider . This little pest is scarcely one-fiftieth of an inch long . It Has a month exactly fitted forsuckingf the blood of its host , and it plies its vocation industriously . It is of abrown-iBh-eolor when not distended with blood , and has a f noul ty for living weeks andiinonths without access to its favorite food , and being able at the end of that time to do as eft eetivc work as ever . Very , often there are millions of these lice , or spiders , in the poultry-house before the owner suspects their presence . Their eggs are very minute , und are produced in such numbers that when the insects are thick t...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
Highest of all in Leavening Power *—Latest U . S . Govt Report Rtiral SaKp * IVv S * Powder AR &amp; OLUTE 1 Y MJBE 5 II II ] \ See that ] | !! hump ? ! It s the feature of ( j ^(^\ the DFXONG \ ^ 4 fr Pat . Hook and Nfjlfl Eye . No matter Ml how you twist i [| jL andtum . itliolds , «®^ i the eye in place . » JJ Send two cent stamp /&amp;\ //^ i with name and ad- HTjJ lv _ x # l j dreis , and we will ^ fr \^^ f ( : 1 p mail i ; on Mother Goose innewclothee , | 2 —containing ten color plates ; ten black i i 8 &lt; tml white pictures ; and lota of lively I 9 jingles . I I fi BicnARDsoH &amp; DELONO BKOS ., Fhllada . i i BEST IN THE WORLD . \\ 0 t &lt; kWA \\ rtVTO 4 \ w ! 9 &amp; H 1 tV \« a ^ rA 9 S 5 \ ws . weva- % / % xo \\ oxv \ s \&lt; u \ v \ wvfW &amp; Wa &amp; . W /^^ SjS ^^ N . THE RISING SUM / V ^^ W ^^^ X STOVE POLISH la ^^ Frvr ijy ? 11 e » kes ( or geuertl TOV Ol ^ H blacktoj of a stOTe . jK ^ r ^^^ ...
THEY CALLED HER MAD [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
THEY CALLED HER MAD Misa Edith Lanchester Follows Grant Allen s Ideaa An Intelligent Girl startle * England by Declaring Against the Marriage Bite—Beleued by Socialistic Agitation . Miss Edith Lanchester , of Salvadore , Kingston Hill , England , has created a sensation by her peculiar views on matrimony . She has tried to wipe out marriage laws , banns and everything else pertaining to the sacrament of matrimony . Miss Lanchester is 24 years old , well educated and good looking . She matriculated at London university , a pret ty stiff exam . and then went as teacher in the Maria Grey training school in London , where she was observed to be one of the newest of the new women . Her views on social questions were found to be so advanced that her retirement from this post was rapid , and she got a place as secretary of a mining company . She was a shining light of the Batter ? sea branch of the Social democratic federation , where horny-hauded reformers met every Tuesday night and pass...
GREAT NEWSPAPER MAN [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
GREAT NEWSPAPER MAN Jotepn B . MeCoUagh , Editor of the 8 b Louis Globe-Democrat . Joseph Burbridge McCullagh , editor of the St . Louis Globe-Democrat , who is said to be ambitious to represent Missouri in the United States senate , has been a newspaper man and an ardent republican nearly all his life . Since the outbreak of the civil war he has been well known to the people of this country , first because of his brilliancy as a war correspondent , and afterward as an able director of public opinion on political questions . Mr . McCullagh was born in Dublin in 1843 . Ho came to the United States when only 11 years old and at once became an apprentice in a weekly paper published JOSEPH BURBRIDGE lTCCJI . LA . GH . in New York city . In 1858 he went to St . Louis , where he served as a compositor , and later ns a reporter on the Democrat . From there he went in a few months to the Cincinnati Commercial , for which he soon went to Washington , and afterward became war correspondent . ...
STATUE OF BENTON [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
STATUE OF BENTON Missouri s Contribution to the Capitol Gallery itt Washington . The statue of Thomas H . Benton , which is to be placed in the eopitol gallery at Washington , will he the wor !; of Alexander Doyle , the sculptor , of New Vork city . The design for the statue ; which is the gift of the state of Missouri , was put in competition and finally awarded to Jtr . Doyle . It uilj be of white statuary marble and of heroic size . Thomas Hart Benton , jrho for SO years in unbroken succession represented Missouri in the senate , was thorn in 17 S 2 . He stoutly upheld the right of Missouri to be admitted to the union in his journal , the Missouri Inquirer , in spite of the fact that slavery existed in the state . When his efforts were finally successful , he was rewarded by the grateful Missourians by being sent to the senate in 1820 . There he remained until 1850 . The people of the state realized that he had largely contributed to gaining achnis STATTJE OF THOMAS II . BENTOS ....
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
s - Toledo Weekly Blado 4 nd Campaign of 1896 . With a great Presidential Campaign coming next year , every thouglitful citizen will need , besides his local paper , a great na tional iveeky . The greatest and most widely known of these is the Toledo Weekly Blade . For 80 years it has been a regular visitor in every part of the Union , and is well known , in almost every one of tho 7 i ) , G 00 . postoffice 8 in tins country . It is edited with reference to a national circulation . It is a Republican paper , but men of all politics take it ; because of its honesty and fairness in the discussion of all public questions . It is the favorite family paper with something for every member of the household . Serial stories , poetry , wit and humor ; the Household department ) best in the world ) , Young Folks , Sunday School Lessons , Talmage s Sermons , the Farmstead , the Question Bureau ( which answers questions for subscribers ) , the News of the week in complete form , and other speci...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
Blarvelotis Results . —From a letter written by Rev . J . ( Junderman of Dimondale Mich , we are permitted to make this extract : I have no hesitation in recommending Dr King s New Discovery as the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife . While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Kives Junction she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding la grippe . Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interr ption and it seemed that she could m &gt; t survive them . A friend recommended Dr . King s new discovery ; it was quick in its work and highly satinfflctoy in results . Tri ; : l bottle free nt 1 0 &amp; Euhs drug store and refv . hir sbxs 50 c and § 1
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
THE CAPEN V 1 AJSO . ARTISTIC IN DESIGN . FOB TOUCHTTOOTANDFINISH THEY ARE UNEXCELLED Dont buy until you get our Catalogue and prices . WE CA 2 T SATE YOU MONET . BROCKPORT PIANO MFG . CO ., BROCKPORT , N . Y . IF r ^ r ! . 5 ftS TH I 1 lb . Can 35 c . I 1 CLEVELAND BROTHERS , I I 102 Hurray St ., New York . I NORTON &amp; so &gt; r , Dealers in- - Grain , Lumber , Lime , Coal , Cement , Drain Tile It will pay you to o ; et oiir orices before selling grain . We keep the Celebrated Woodson Tile for sale . Call and get prices ¦ SP ^ We let no dealer undersell us on lunger . I i SOLD ^ THe , PRICE % ftp r * jf * a * . N ORTHROP . R OBERTSON ^ RRlgB UNSBK , Mien . *« nB « 4 Uoyisy ^ E . ^ e
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Express — 7 December 1895
GET THE BEST When you are about to buy a Sewlr . fr Machine flo not be deceived by alluring advertisements And be led to think you can get the best made , finest finished and Most Popular ^ for a mere song . See to it that II ^ WSM you buy from reliable manu- _ IQ £ K facturers that have gained a JftSSa &amp; W reputation byhonest and square MH 8 L 2 SB 1 B dealing , you will then get a MlaSjBffl ^ Setting Machine that is noted gStrfSi the world over for its dura- rjMcKi bility . You want the one that , &gt; r » JP * is easiest to manage and is ^ j l Light Running ___ Jf }| ls There is none in the world that ffii ^ SsSfiiM can equal in mechanical contlHWTOiB struction , durability of working . yjHHIa parts , fineness of finish , beauty jrOfTjKS in nnnearance , or has as many ^ JMJSHJR hi , i aivomenta as the NEW HOME It has Automatic Tension , Oouhle Peed , alike on both Sides of necillc ( fiate / t tt /) , noothcr has it ; New Stand ( palnitcJi , rln vint : wheel hi...