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8 T1IK NORFOLK .N.KWS : TOUttAY , JANUARY 101902. .
Rules Governing the New Mail
DELIVERY BEGINS FEBRUARY I.
Postmaster Sprochor has Rocolvotl
Full Instructions for Its Establish
ment and Conduct Three General
Collection Doxos on the Route.
From BntunUr'n Dtilljr1
PoRtnwstor Sprwjhor has rooolvod In-
fltruotioiiH governing the ntnbllHhmont
of the rural delivery ronto oant from
Norfolk , service onvhloli Is to Htart
February 1. The route iw oHtubllflhod
IB practically the snino an that surveyed
by Postmaster tSproohor ixtid Huporin-
tondont Llewellyn which wiw puhllHhod
iu dotnll at the tliuo of the Htirvoy.
Three Iron collection boxen for the
use of the general publio will lw OHtab-
llslicd along the route In which mutter
for mailing nmy bo doponitod luul will
bo taken up by the carrier each day.
One of those will bo placed > t the Bouth-
WOBt corner of Hootion l.'l , adjoining the
grounds of the Norfolk hospital for the
iimiuio : one ut the Gorman Lutheran
church corner HOVOII and a half miles
uorthoast of ( lie city , and one at the
corner near the Miutkontino Hohool
IIOURO Houtheiist of the city.
PatroiiH of the route must provide
themselves with letter boxen approved
by the Kovornmont , flaniploa of two of
the bout being on exhibition at the post-
olllco. Thorn nro M different makes ,
however , that have boon approved and
the department desires that the boxon
of the entire route shall bo OH nearly
uniform IIH possible and roooinmonda
that the patroim make a solootion
through u connnittoo BO that this point
may bo observed.
The boxes are inexpensive consider
ing the Borvico for which they will bo
used and range In price from $1 to sfJJ.fiO ,
with inoxponslvo iron posts on which
they may bo erected convenient to the
carrier at slight ndditlonal cost.
Patrons are requested to call at the
postofllco and examine the samples and
make their selection. Those boxes
when placed will bo considered en
titled to the protection of the United
States statutes and their molestation
mutilation or removal will bo prosecuted
by the government.
The carrier will cover the route every
day except Sunday , no holidays bolug
The carrier will register packages and
letters and deliver them to patrons , take
applications for money orders , giving
his receipt and may return the order to
the purchaser or acting as Ills ngeut en
close it in a letter aud mail it , returning
n postmaster's receipt to the patron.
The carrier is required to take with him
on hiB trips a Bulllcient supply of stamps ,
stamped envelopes and postal cards. If
the carriers find an unstamped envelope
in the box and the money uooossnry
also they are required to alllx the neces
sary btatup. '
The rate of postage is not changed by
the establishment of rural routoa except
that the ouo cent rate on drop letters
does not apply when suoh letters are
collected or delivered by rural carriers.
A recent ruling of the department is
that rural carriers shall not act as
agents , salesmen or solicitors for express
companies , letter box maunfuoturors ,
wholesale houses , corporations or firms ,
nor engage in any business or avocation
which would interfere with the proper
performance of their official duties.
This has been one of the principal ob
jections to rural routes on the part of
country merchants. The carriers mny
act as uows agents , sell uowspapors or
periodicals on their own account , or ac
cept and collect subscriptions for the
same. The order is not intended to pro
hibit carriers from performing various
private commissions for the accommo
dation of the patrons on their routes ,
BO long as it does not interfere with the
regular performance of their duties.
A novel and interesting feature of the
entertainment given by W. S. Cleve
land's "tip top" minstrel and "polite"
vaudeville show this season , is the act
of the Haidabura family. This has boon
the feature of a long run at the Winter-
gartou , Berlin , and the Folios Bargoro ,
Paris , whore it won great renown aud
much favorable notice , being now , in
teresting and the only kind iutho world.
They reproduce the fetes aud dances of
the lower Rnssias in the bright , pictnr
osque costumes of the Ilussiau peasants.
Their vocal numbers are a revelation to
the musical people of Europe and America
ica bnt it is their wonderful dancing
that the most commend them * to notice.
The peculiarly pretty and graceful stops
of the ladies aud the wonderful dexter
ity and agility of the men were the son
'eatioii of the amusement season iu Chicago
cage , where they appeared in conjunc
tion with the Cleveland shows. Mr.
Cleveland's European representative secured
cured a long contract with this great
net and being under his exclusive man
agemout and the only act of the kind in
the world.it will never bo soon in Amer
ica excepting in connection with one of
Ono day last week a Bpootaolo peddler
was canvassing Norfolk with glosses
which ho said were tnado by a cow
prooPHH , and whloh ho claimed would
not steam when the wo.xror wont from
the cold air Into a warm room. Tills
was indeed something now and Dr. 0.
K , W. Marqwardt wrote to two reliable
( Inns In Chicago to BOO If thnrd was any
merit in the claims made by the poddlor.
The following replies would Indicate
that these who patronized the peddler
were again the victims of misplaced con-
fldonco In a stranger :
MoOormlck Optical College , Chicago ,
Jan. ( . I learn that Chamber , Inskey
& Co. liavo Homo kind of transparent
panto that prevents steaming. Have
not yet Investigated. Doubt U.
V. A. Hardy & Company , Wholesale
Optioians.Ohloago , .Tan.-l. Dr. 0. FW.
Marquardt , Norfolk Nob. : Dear Sir
Tlioro is no glum * made that will keep
from being covered with steam when
coming In from the oold into a warm
room , and tno man that yon npoaic 01
doubtless had a preparation that ho put
on the glasses to keep thorn from steam
Wo Boll such an article under the
namoof "Vorpoll , " at $1.80 per do/on
boxes , and would bo pleaaod to have
your order for nonio of it if you want it.
It is put up in a nice slmpo and IB some
what oily and slightly perfumed , so that
it is nicer to handle than ordinary soap ,
which will do exactly the same thing as
the Varpoli and keep the glasses from
steaming. Yours respectfully ,
F. A. HAKDV & COMPANY.
Funeral of Mrs. C.S. Bridge.
From Momlnr'i Dally.
The funeral of Mrs. 0. S. Bridge was
held at the family residence on West
Norfolk avenue Saturday afternoon at
2 o'clock. The sorvlooB wore largely
attended , not nearly nil who desired bo
lug able to outer the hoiiHO. Rev. W. J.
Turner of the First Congregational
church presided and the singing was by
a quartet composed of Mrs. W. II.
Buoholz , Mrs. Storrs Mathowsou , O. 0.
Qow and Dr. H. , T. Colo.
The services were solemn aud impres
Hive and the music sweetly touching.
There were many bountiful flowers
and a screen of them formed a back
ground for the casket where reposed the
qniot Blooper , the southwest corner of
ho parlor being thus occupied.
Interment was iu Prospoot Hill cemetery -
tory where the gentle hands of loving
friend : ) had decorated the grave with
white cloth aud sprays of evergreen
The ceremony at the cemetery was
short and atTcotlug.
The out-of-town relatives and friends
who attended the funeral were : Mr.aud
MM. A. T. Birchard of Marshalltown ,
Iowa , Mr. aud Mrs. Robert Bridge of
Fremont , Mr. Qeorgo Bridge of Chicago
ami Mrs. Lizzie Baxter Brown of Sao
City , Iowa.
The pall bearers were : Messrs. G. A.
Luikart , W. H. Johnson , W.H.Buoholz ,
O. B. Durland B. A. Bullock and J. K.
Two Papers for Price of Ono.
Every person who outs out aud sends
this advertisement and ono dollar to the
Omaha Semi-Weekly World-Herald for
ouo year's subscription before January
81 will also receive free of charge the il
lustrated Orange Judd Farmer , weekly ,
for ono year. No commission allowed.
Regular price of both is $3. Address
Weekly World-Horald , Omaha , Nob.
Concerning which so 'much has been
said , is a disintegrated mica granite. It
has boon chemically prepared by the
great ( Ires of nature in prehistoric days ,
so as to gradually weld together with
all the ( lexability of asphalt and the
durability of granite. This gravel U
quarried at Sherman , Wyo. , on the
Union Pacific , and used on the road for
abllaat. Travelers over the Union
Pacific therefore , esoapo the dust and
dirt which makes a trip over the lines
of its less fortunate rivals so annoying.
No dust , no dirt , no jarring , smooth
and easy riding.
For full information call on or address
J. B. Elsoffer , agent.
'Made famous by the early traders , ex
plorers , pioneers , Mormons , emigrants ,
pony express riders , overland stage
coaches , Indian encounters , etc. , are
seen from the car windows of the Union
Pacific trains. Bo sure your ticket
reads via this route.
J. B. ELSEFPKR ,
When Your Joints are Stiff
aud your muscles sere from cold or rheu
matism , when yon slip and sprain a
joint , strain your side or brniso your
self , Painkiller will take out the soreness
ness aud fix you right in a jiffy. Al
ways have it with yon , and use it freely.
A void'subs ti tut oa , there is but ono Pain
killer , Perry Davis. ' Price 25o and 50o.
Brain Food Nonsense.
Another ridiculous food fad has boon
branded by the most competent of
authorities. They have dispelled the
( dlly notion that one kind of food is
needed for brain , another for muscles ,
aud still another for bones. A correct
diet will not ouly nourish a particular
part of the body , bnt it will sustain
every other part. Yet , however good
your food may bo , its nutriment is de
stroyed by indigestion or dyspepsia
You must prepare for their appearance
or prevent their coming by taking regu
lar doses of Green's August Flower ,
the favorite modloiuo of the healthy
millions. A few doses aids digestion ,
stimulates the liver to healthy action ,
purifies the blood , and makes you feel
buoyant and vigorous. Yon can get
Dr. G. G. Green's reliable remedies at
Asa K. Leonard's.
Get Green's Special Almanac.
Manner of Celebrating Different
From that of the North.
RESEMBLES FOURTH OF JULY.
Ono of the Chief Features of Holiday
Week Is Fireworks and Plenty of
Thorn Confottl Battle Christmas
Nashville , Tonn. , Doo.2 ! ) . Our north
ern and western people who have never
vlfiltod the "Sunny South" would prob
ably bo Hurprisod and shocked if they
were to visit it at Christmas timo.
Christmas is the day of days hero ,
bnt whllo the southern people talco so
muoh Interest and delight in celebrating
It , their way is very different to ours.
To begin with , wo seldom BOO the
earth wrapped in her "mautlo of white"
at Christmas. Whllo wo had quite a
suow a few days before , this year , it
was entirely molted by Tuesday aud on
the great day it was warm enough to go
out without wraps. Of course , they ,
like all the rest of the civilized world ,
have the provorblal"OhrlBtmas dinner. "
The huge fruit cake is baked weeks
beforehand and possibly a week before
the 25th the pantry shelves nro piled
high with many other kinds of cakoand
they are enoughto make anybody's
mouth water to look at them. So far as
my acquaintance with southern people
goes , pie , the Yankee's favorite dessert ,
is quite often omitted from the monn ,
whllo the boiled custard , with plenty of
whiskey , brandy or wiuo iu it , is consid
ered indispensable. Few people .are
without oggnogg in the house , many
making gallons of it , and it is hardly
possible to go on the street without
mooting drunken mon , and amongst the
negroes , drunken women , also.
Christmas is celebrated hero somewhat
as tholrost of the United States celebrates
brates the Fourth of July.
Although Christ came to earth as the
"Priuco of Peace , " they celebrate his
birth with all the noisy demonstrations
which are employed to celebrate the
birth of Indopondonco.
As early aa Monday , this year , the
fire works began aud they lasted nntil
midnight Christmas night. Christmas
eve is the great timo. On all sides are
hoard the pop of cracker , both largo and
flmall , aud in every direction yon can
BOO the fiery trail of the sky-rocket. " " "
Everyone goes to town on Christmas
eve who is able to do so and you may
see people of all ages and classes taking
active part in the revelry. Fun la at its
height about 0 o'clock. No ono is a
stranger'to another and the majority of
the people provide themselves 'with
sotno noise-producing instrument , snob
as horns , cow boll , eto. Confetti is used
very lavishly , and the next morning the
streets will bo an inch or two thick with
it. The frolic lasts till midnight , oven
the police taking n hand in it. All keep
their senses on the alert , for the fun of
blowing in the oarhitting someone with
a ball or blown up bladder is not to bo
resisted , Straugo to say , no ouo gets
angry , bnt , if they get a bad dose of
confetti , or terrible blast from a horu.ho
simply trios to got even by passing it on
to someone else. Ladies seem to enjoy
the rough sport as well as do the men.
I never witnessed suoh wild hilarity
auy place else , or at any other time of
the year. Finally , though , the streets
are deserted aud people seek their homos
to rest , ooforo renewing the sports on
Christmas week Is devoted to Sunday
school entertainments , as well as ether
kinds. Honso parties , masqnoradosetc.
are very popular.
The colored people certainly enjoy
Christmas. It was always their one
season of enjoyment on the old planta
tious , and it coutiuos to be the great
timo. They are a happy , go-lucky sot ,
anyway ; lazy and indifferent to any
thing but pleasure. Of course there are
some exceptions to this rule.
The Salvation Army is a great bless
ing to the poor here. Last Christmas
they gave a big dinner to about COO pee
plo. This year they were to try to food
as many. It Is certainly a pitiful sight
to see the poor , miserable unfortunates
who ( lock to these dinners. Of course
a great deal of the poverty is due to bud
management or worse , drink. How
ever , they seem to enjoy the dinner , If It
is charity , for it is Christmas , and these
who give it realize that it is more blessed
to give than to reco'.vo ; and they impart
some of the joy thac fills their hearts to
the humble ones gathered aror.ud the
long tables , till perhaps , they forgot for
the time being , their pitiable condition.
But oh I what would I not give to
spend another Christmas in the old
home place and enjoy the quiet and
pcaco.that pervades the air there during
the holy Christmas time.
Miss IONE HARTLEY.
Funeral of Mrs. J. D. Sturgeon.
From Tuesday's Daily.
The funeral of Mrs. J. D. Sturgeon
was held from the M. E. church this
afternoon at S3 o'clock and was largely
attended by friends aud neighbors. The
sermon was by Rev. G. H. Main of
Omaha , formerly pastor here , who was
assisted by Dr. F. M. Slsson and Rev ,
J. F. Pouohor. A quartet composed o :
Mrs. Hoff manMrs. Smith and Floyd Fre
land A. O. Hazen furnished the singing.
The Bon Ilur lodge , of which Mrs. Stur
geon was a member , attended the ser
vices In a body. Interment was In
Prospoot Hill cemetery , a cortege of
relatives and friends escorting the de
ceased to her last resting placo. The
florvlcos , both at the church and grave ,
were beautiful and impressive.
Loving friends had decorated the
church with flowers and many beautiful
floral offering were sent to the homo at
testing the esteem in whloh the departed -
parted was held.
Mrs. Dora Spaw Sturgeon was born
at Mouroo , Marion county , Iowa , Feb
ruary 25 , 1650 , and was married to John
D. Sturgeon February 11 , 1875. Asa
result of their 27 years of married lifo
six children wore born to them , nil of
whom survive except Frank , who died
December 25 , 1808. The surviving
children ars Mrs. Ora 8. Bools , Jessie ,
Roxlo/Myron and Ruth. Three sisters
also survive , Mrs. Newton Ohaso of
Iowa. Mrs. Michael Moore of Winsido
and MlBs EfHo Tayjor of this city were
at her bedside wholi she died. Her
father , Daniel Spaw , died at 'her homo
in Norfolk , December 17,1807.
Mr. and Mrs. Sturgeon have been
residents of this city since August
7 , 1888 , and have a largo number of
friends who will sincerely sympathize
with the members of the surviving fam
ily over the loss they have sustained.
Mrs. Sturgeon has not oujoyc'd a fair
share of health for some timoaud about
March of last year symptoms of tuber
culosis were apparent. Everything pos
sible that a devoted husband and family
could do were douo to allay the ravages
of the dread disease. She wont to the
Black Hills Juno 23 but received no
benefit aud returned to her homo hereafter
after an absence of two months. She
has boon bedfast most of the time fliuco
September and through all her suffering
has evidenced an added patience that
was ouo of the most excellent qualities
of her character. For a week past it
was evident that the cud was not far
tlistant aud she frequently passed
through nil agonies of ddath , only to revive
vivo and suffer thorn again. While the
family had anticipated the inevitable
result aud nerved themselves for the
blow , it was keenly felt and the motherless
loss homo will call forth all the most expressive -
prossivo sympathy of the family's
Mrs. Sturgeon was a consistent mem
ber of the Methodist church aud held
membership in several secret societies ,
where she made herself popular by her
agreeable manners and kind * considera
tion for the welfare of others. From
church and societies she will bo sadly
missed , as well as from home , family
DOCTORS TALK SHOP.
Interesting Session of Elkhorn Valley
Society Held Yesterday.
From Wodnesday'a Dally.
The doctors of Norfolk and neighbor
ing towns held an enjoyable and profit
able session yesterday afternoon in the
Oxuard hotel parlors , the occasion being
the seventh semi-annual meeting of the
Elkhorn Valley Medical society. Papers
of interest to the profession Jwero road
and discussed , cases of peculiar profes
sional interest were reported and com
mented upon and other questions and
features encountered in the daily prac
tice of medicine and surgery were given
time aud attention , the mooting result
ing in the exchange of now ideas aud
dissemination of knowledge that has
served to keep the doctors of this sec
tion in close touch , np-to-datol and at
the head of the profession. The pro
gram as prepared by the committee was
carried out about as arranged and sev
eral papers of extraordinary interest and
learnedly prepared were presented.
The business of the association was
transacted during the afternoon , one of
the most important orders being the
election of olllcers for the ensuing year ,
the following being chosen :
President , J. P. Gilligan of O'Neill.
First vice president , W. S. Summers
of West Point.
Second vice president , J. J. Williams
Secretary , J. M. Aikln of Omaha.
Treasurer , W. H. H. Hagoy of Nor
After supper the doctors and their
wives were given the freedom of the
Elks rooms in the Marqnardt block
where the time was pleasantly employed
at the various amusements afforded nn
til 10 o'clock when they were escorted
to the Thuin restaurant where an oyster
supper was served , which was followed
with cigars and speeches.
These participating in the session
wore : Drs. Williams of Wayne , Hil
drethof Lyons , Persons of Stan ton ,
Bummers 6f West Point , Hoslam'of Fremont
mont , G rummer and Aikiu of Omaha ,
Daniels of Battle Creek , Gilligan of
O'Neill , Beattio of Neligh , Shampson of
Elgin , Long of Madison , Helper and
Priuglo of Fierce , Little of Bloomfield ,
Bear , Hagoy , Bryant , Eiosau , Bolter
and Teal of Norfolk.
The scenery displayed in the produc
tion of E. J. Carpenter's production of
"Quo Vadis" consists principally of the
peristyle in the house of Petronins , the
statue scene , the garden of Anlus Plau-
tins , Nero's palace , Rome ; interior of
the Marmertiuo prison , the collisoum ,
the Roman amphitheatre and arena ;
the burning and destruction of Rome ,
and the death of Nero , the sign of the
orosa and the dawn of Christianity.
Whllo the theme of the play deals prin
cipally with a somber mibjcct , the wit
of Petronlns and Ohllo , the Greek phil
osopher , together with the overweening
vanity of Nero , canso much amusement.
This remarkable play will bo soon at
the Auditorium on January id and a
packed house is reasonably expected.
Northern Wlnoonslu Hal Iwny Farm T.nnili
, F rfl lo.
The Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis
& Omaha railway has for oolo in North
ern Wisconsin , at low prices and easy
terms of payment , about 850,000 acres
of choice farm lauds.
Early buyers will secure the advan
tage of locations on the many beautiful
streams and lakes , which abound with
fish and furnish a never ending and
most excellent water supply , both for
family use and for stock.
Land iff generally well timbered , the
soil fertile an'd easy of cultivation and
this is rapidly developing into ono of
the greatest sheep aud cattle raising
regions in the northwest.
Chicago , Milwaukee , St. Paul , Minn
eapolis , Duluth , Superior , Ashland and
other towns on "The Northwestern
Lino" furnish good markets for stock
and farm produce.
For further particulars address :
GEO. W. BELL.
Laud Commissioner , Hudson Wis. , or
G. H. MAORAK ,
Asst. Gon'IPass. Ag't.St. Paul , Minn.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the postofflco January 0,1902 :
Egyptian Remedy Co. , G. W. Lynch ,
Gideon Patterson , Girtey Shontz , 0. A.
Scott , Keloy Yantz.
If not called for in 15 days will be
sent to the dead letter ofllco.
Parties calling for auy of the above
please say advertised.
P. F. SPKECHER. P. M.
FRITCH IS NOW IN CUSTODY.
Farmer Who Shot Hunzeker Surren
dered by Relatives.
Pawnee City , Neb. , Jan. 6. Frank
Fritch , the farmer who Saturday night
shot and killed Will Hunzeker , his
neighbor , is in custody and in care of
physicians , himself shot and danger
ously woundod. After the tragedy ho
escaped from the dead man's friends ,
firing at random to keep them away.
He claims ho shot Hunzeker in self-
defense , after several had attacked
him with clubs. Hunzeker's friends
say , Fritch was not assaulted , but
that he shot his victim twice and the
dying man , while on the ground , shot
him once In return. Frltch's rela
tives brought him to town and surren
FEUD BETWEEN BRIGANDS.
Leaders of Hostile Bands-Who Hold
Miss Stone Are Fighting.
Constantinople , Jan. 6. The news
that the brigands holding Miss Stone
captive are being hustled by the In
habitants of the Turkish territory ,
where they are said to bo la hiding ,
has created considerable sensation
hero. A deadly feud Is said to exist
between the loaders of the hostile
bands , some of whom are reported to
have deserted and as attempting to
re-enter Bulgaria. Much anxiety la
felt here with regard to the outcome
of these developments. Members of
the legation say the rumors of Miss
Stone's release are quite unfounded.
MAY LYNCH SHERIFF'S SLAYERS.
Posse of Wyoming Citizens Closing
In on the Outlaws.
Cheyenne , Wy. , Jan. G. posses
from Sweetwater , Fremont and Nat-
rona counties are closing In on the
outlaws who murdered Sheriff Will
iam Ricker of Casper , near Garfield
peak , in the Rattlesnake mountains ,
Thursday ulcht. All avenues of es
cape are being guarded , and the offi
cers hope the outlaws will be cap
tured or killed Inside of 3G hours.
Over 100 mounted and well armed
men have joined the chase. Central
Wyoming Is aroused as a result of.
the murder and threats of a vrholosa'lo
lynching are openly expressed.
Shortage May Reach $26,000.
New York , Jan. 6. Olllcers of the
Order of B'rlth Abraham , which had a
stormy session at the Orand Central
palace last Sunday while trying to
fix the responsibility for an alleged
shortage in the order's funds , decided
that the order governing life Insur
ance had been viblated. It was deter
mined to draft resolutions requesting
that the commissioner of Insurance
Investigate the alleged irregularities ,
with a view of punishing the guilty
parties. It was said today that the
shortage might prove to be $26,000
upon further Investigation.
Grand Jury Summons Deboe.
Louisville , Jan. 6. The Courier-
Journal says : "Senator Doboo , former
or Lieutenant Governor John 'Marshall '
and David W. Falrloigh have been
summoned to appear before the Front
lin county grand jury' tdday to toll
the details , It Is said , of a oecrot meetIng -
Ing which was held at the Gait house
in Louisville a short time before the
shooting of Goobol and during the c6n-
test before the general assembly. It
IB believed the Gait house "meeting
discussed means to enable Governor
Taylor to retain his office. "
Admits Part In Big Theft.
Chicago , Jan. C. James Roddey , a
colored man , confessed to the police
that ho had taken part In the theft
of C20 railroad tickets worth | 30,000.
The tickets wore the property of the
Chicago and Northwestern railway
and wore for use between St. Paul
and points In the west , The package
was stolen out of a wagon belonging
to the American Express company.
with a cheap coating. , }
If glazing helps coffee ;
why aren't the high-1
priced Mochas and Javasf
glazed also ? J
is not glazed. It is per-J
fectly pure and has a
delicious flavor. f
Thi MtUd f k f ImurM . nnl * i
( arm qanlltf tnd f riihntu.
If you want a good
food for your child
ren , try Wheatose.
It is easily and
quickly prepared ,
nr.4 very healthful.
directions to get
the full benefit.
All reliable grocers
California Breakfast Food
Stransky Steel = Ware
A little higher in price , bnt outlasts a
dozen pieces of so-called cheap enameled
For ealo at
SpcciCcs care by acting directly upon.
the disease , without exciting disorder ia
any ether part of the system.
no , CUBES. rmczs.
1 Pereri , Conditions , Inflammations. .23
It Wornn. WormFovor. WonnCollc. . . .23
3 Tecthlne , ColicCryingWakefulncsa .25
4 Diarrhea , of Children or Adults 25
7 Coughi , Colds , Bronchitis .25
B Neuralgia. Toothache , Faccacho ,25
0 Headache , Sick Headache , Vortl O. . .25
10 Dyspepsia. Indlge8tIonWeakOtomach.25
11 Suppressed or Painful Periods 25
12 Wbltei , Too Profuse Period ! 25
13 Croup , Laryngitis , Hoarseness 25
14 Salt nheumEryslpela8Eniptlong. . .25
IB Rheumatism , Hheunmtlo Pains .25
1O Malaria. Chilli. Fever and Airae * S
19-HJatarrh , influenza , Oold In the Head .25
20 Whooping-cough .25
27-Kldney Diseases 25 ,
28-NcrYous Debility 1.08
30 Urinary Weukneii. Wetting Bed 2ft
17 Grip , HnyTover .25
Dr. Humphreys' Manna ! of all Disease * at your
Druggists or Mailed Free
Bold by druggists , or sent on receipt of price.
Humphreys' Mod. Co , Ooc. William & John 8U- ,
A SWELL TRAIN ,
THE ELECTRIC LIGHTED LIMITED
To Chicago , Milwaukee , Racine , '
Rookford , Lacrosse , Dubnqne , Elgin ,
Freeport , Madison , Janosville
and other important points East , North
east and Southeast , via
An Electric Light in Every Berth.
The Milwaukee is the only Electric
Lighted Train that runs in'and ' out of
Omaha. All cars are supplied with in
Palace Sleepers and the finest Dining
Oars iu the world are run on the O. M.
&St. P. Ry. Write and got full in-
T ? , A. NABQ ,
General Western Agent ,
H. W. HowBtL , 150-1 Farnam St. ,
Trav. Frt. & Pass. Agt. Omaha.
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