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1-1 TI1K NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 21 , 1902
Man Who Wielded the Razor
Arrested at Wisncr.
HODGES' SYMPTOMS ARE GOOD
Prisoners Will bo Kept In County
Jnll , Awaiting the Preliminary
Hearing Spnhr Snys Ho Slashed
the Negro In Self Defense.
From Bntnnlny'i Dnllyt
Spnhr , tlio iniin who cut the
tltront of George Hidgos , colored ,
Thursday night , In now In coslody , hav
ing boon overtaken by Chief of Polloo
Knno n couple of inlloH this fildo of Win
ner yesterday afternoon mid wan
liroiight back during the night , tlio olll-
cor arriving with bin prisoner about ! !
o'olouk this morning.
Instead of two inoii nt largo implic
ated in terrible crime , by the prompt
notion of Norfolk'sohtnf of-polioo they
nro Hiifuly nndur look and key awnltlng
the recovery of Hodges Butlloiontly to
npiu'iir against them. J. A. Halrd. was
tnltcii from the switch engine nt the HU-
Rftr factory on which ho WHS firing yos-
tnrduy morning , When ho FIIW the olll-
cer coining his wny ho walked along the
nido of the ourn in tlioynrd in nn appar
ent clTort to disappear , but the olllcor
flaid bo was wanted und ho cnino.
Tlio cluiHo aft or Spnhr wan longer , but
quite as successful. The olllcor learned
that bo wont out of town on a Htoolc
train and got off nt Pllger. Ho floonrod
n fast toiini and took up the trail. At
Pilgor Spahr olainiH to bnvo lost hit ) bat
mid bought a know ono. Hoyond Pilgor
Spnhr attempted to mnko bin escape on
foot but the olllcor found it ouny to fol
low him toward Winner. Ho tele
phoned the Wisiior mnrHhnl to bo ou the
lookout and that olllcor mot him with
the nwu wanted two miles wont of
Spahr not only admits that ho was
the companion of Halrd and the colored
man on the night of the orimo , but also
admits that it was ho who did the cut
ting , pleading self dofouso as the mo
His story is thnt in comiug awny
from tlio resort the trio had visited they
got into a dispute , that Hodges struck
1dm over the head with n whisky bottle
nud that then they grappled. Hodges
attempted to draw a razor on him and
that in the 'scrimniago ho secured posi
nessiou of the instrument aud cut the
throat of his antagonist.
His utory , it seems , does not tally
exactly with that told by Uaird uor
does it accord with thnt of the victim ,
Hodges. The latter claims that bo had
110 razor nor other weapon of od'onso
or defense. For Spahr to make a clear
case of defense it may bo necessary to
show that Hodges wns the nggrcsaor in
the fight , | thnt there was no effort to
tnho the money away from Hodges and
explain why ho should have loft the in
jured man without informing the offi
cers or otbcis of his attempt at dofenso.
Again it will bo difficult to prove that
Huoh rigorous measures as were resorted
to were necessary for defense where
there were two men and but ono to at
Spahr gives his ago as 21 years. Ho
states that ho has been working in Nor
folk about a month. That his first ac
quaintance with Hodges was in the
coal sheds at the Junction yards. He
says ho cnmo here from Bond wood , S.
D. Ho is n young man slightly under
medium build , of about 150 pounds in
weight , strong physique. His faoo is
rather ordinary , has light brown hair
that is inclined to curl. Altogether ho
is not n bad looking man.
Baird is a man of about the same ngo
ns Spnhr , but is of slighter build , nud n
little taller. His pronounced character
istio is n squeaky voice. Ho is of rather
mild demeanor aud appears to hnvo
been badly frightened following his ar
There is said to have been an eye wit
ness to the scrimmage whoso testimony
will hnvo an important bearing ou the
case , but ho hns not yet boon questioned
ns to what ho knows of the transaction.
Couuty attorney Mapes has inter
viewed both prisoners aud has decided
to hold them for n proliuiiunry hearing ,
which will bo held after Hodge's con
ditiou has developed. The injured
man's condition appears to be improv
ing , with chnuces of his nltimnto re
covery should no unfavorable symptoms
sot In. Menuwhile Bnird nnd Spahr
will be confined in the county jail
nt Madison , to which place they will
be taken tomorrow morning.
Dr. Muusou was down to see his
patient this afternoon. Ho has put n
bandage of adhesive strips abont the
patient's neck , that is serving to hold
the severed portions together and the
prospects are that inflammation will be
Jcopt down and that the wound will heal
rapidly. Hodges is able to speak in a
whisper but the doctor fears that ho
will never recover his voice , owing to
the injury to the vocal nerve. He is
epokon of as a gentlemanly colored boy
l > y those who knew him at the Junction.
He continues to insist that Baird got his
money. The doctor says he has some
fever with a temperature of 103.
There is promise of nn interesting case
with an uncertain outcome. Evidence
to prove the ownership of the razor will
bo an important point at issue. Baird
mild tlmt Spahr owned the razor mid his
story agrees with that of Hod gen and
that of ono or two others , Bpnhr denies
the ownership of the instrument and
olattni ho took it froinJHodgeH , although
bo nd ltd that ho had ono with which
ho had slmvml himself before the trouble.
Norfolk Physician Witnesses Work of
Dr. Lorenz of Vienna.
On his recent vlult to Ohlcngo Dr. P.
H. .Suitor of this city bad the advantage
of witnessing four operations in the
Prosbytorlan hospital preformed by the
oolobratod Dr. Loron/ Vlonim. The
operations were prnotlcally the same as
that performed by the famous surgeon
on the little daughter of J , Ogden Ar
mour for which ho received a fee of
1150,000. During hi * stay in Chicago
Dr. Loron/ performed those operations
several times n day for the benefit of
median ! men in the city. On the day in
question ho performed seven oper
ations and a largo number of those per
formed were done out pf charity , the
famous Hurgoon not asking or expecting
a fee , because the patients were children
of poor families.
The nOtictlon upon which Dr. Loron/
him operated so suouesHfully is known
as congenital dislocationjof the hip joint ,
or dislocation from birth. It is caused
by n dofoot in the construction of the
hip joint. What is commonly known
as the "sookot" of the joint is not deep
enough to contain the "ball , " or head of
the femur , which consequently slides
past the sookot when any weight is put
upon it , as in walking. This piny that
the joint IIIIH causes the limb to bo that
much shorter than the other , and pro
duces the peculiar swaying gait char
acteristic of persons thus allllotod.
The peculiarity of Dr. Lorou/
method of operating is that ho uses no
knife nnd does no cutting of any kind.
In some oases ho uses an apparatus of
screws to got the joint in place , but in
many of the operations the doctor simply
uses bin hands. By a very forceful
massage treatment he put the llgimonts
nnd musolos in suoh n condition that
they became very pliable nud then he
pulls the Joint iuto the proper plnco with
the help of his assistant. Some opor
ntlous do not take him tuoro than fifteen
minutes. It must then bo put iuto n
plaster j cnst nnd must remain flrinlv
fixed i in it for six mouths or so. It is
impossible i to tell whether the operation
is 1 successful until that time has olapsod.
Many operations have boon performed
in i this country for the same affection ,
but 1 in most cases the knife has boon
used. i Dr. Phelps , of Now York , has
operated < very successfully several times.
The ' percentage of successes , however ,
has ] not boon very high , whereas , Dr.
Loronv : estimates that from 00 to 75 per
cent of his operations are successful
.vhuro the patient is under live years
The probable effect of Dr. Loronz's
isle to this country will boa stimula
tion to etl'ort along the same line ou
which ho is working. His method has
been known in this country for some
time , but it has never boon demonstrated
In personal appearance Dr. Loreuz is
oooontrio. Ho wears a board of tlio Hip
Van Winkle order which reaches almost
down to his waist , rather nn unusual
procedure for n surgeon , you know.
Ho is a man of about 55 or 53 years , quite
sparely built and tall , but with power
ful muscles , especially of tbo arm , and
of exceedingly nervous disposition. His
bearing in the operating room is most
pleasing. Ho mokes no false motions
and the technique of his work is perfect.
His attitude to other surgeons is most
cordial. Ho invites the closest in'poo
tion of his methods , and is anxious to
have his clinics afford the greatest possible
siblo benefit to the medical fraternity at
largo. Bio certainly is n remarkable
man and n great surgeon.
Would Not Try It Twice.
Susan B. Anthony , the woman snffr
ago leader has turned the joke ou the
democratic county committee at Ro
chester , N. Y. , in explaining her reason
for not registering and voting.
A democratic canvasser called nt Miss
Anthony's house last week , nnd upon
asking who lived there was told "S. B.
In response to the next query the can
vnsser was told thnt S. B. Anthony was
The facts were so recorded in the can
vass book aud when the clerks at head'
quarters began to check up the lists preparatory
paratory to sending out notices calling
ou democrats to bo sure to register on
Saturday they fonudthntS.B.Anthony | ,
a domocrnt , had not registered. Ac
cordingly a postal card was sent to the
uauio aud address given. The appeal
on the card was urgent , saying , among
other things : "Yon nro not registered.
Unless yon register yon cannot vote.
To register yon must npply in person to
the board of registry , " oto. , and ending
with the injunction : "Do not neglect
When Miss Anthony received the
postal card she wrote this message on the
face of the postal nud returned it : "In
response to n uotlco of this kind in 1873
I did register , aud later on I voted.
For this I was arrested , fined if 100
nnd sent to jail. You will excuse mo if
I decline to repent this experience. "
THE NEWS keeps its job department
up-to-date with the latest faces of type
and dooa ita work in approved style.
Negro Whose Throat Was Cut
Thursday SHU Alive.
'RISONERS ' TAKEN TO MADISON.
Conditions of tbo Victim Is Remark-
nblo , All Circumstances Considered.
Sheriff Clements Takes Charge of
Spnbr nnd Dnlrd.
Qoorgo Hodges , the colored man HO
cruelly out about the throat last Thorn-
lay night while out with two white
companion ! ) , Max Spahr nud J. A.
Unird , is more than holding his own nt
the homo of Jane Johnson in South
Norfolk. With a throat cut almost
from ear to oar and the wind pipe
almost Hovered as well as a number of
importnnt blood voflaoln out ; allowed to
lay out for two hours during which
time ho was losing the vital lifo fluid
nnd bis writhings filling the ugly
wound with dust ami dirt with all
these circumstances to combat it is ro-
umrkablo that Hodges is alive and ap
parently on the road to complete ro
covory. This condition is largely duo
to the excellent physical condition of
the pntiont , but the doctors who at
tended the cftfio are deserving of much
credit. It has been well said that if
I lodges had boon president of the
United States and ho had boon cared
for in a handsomely appointed hospital
with half a dozen famed physicians aud
ns many trained nurses in attendance
ho would have been n dead man before
this. And this ro-ult would not have
boon owing to n luck of skill or n lack
of conveniences but because of too
much of those good things in other
words the case would have boon overdone -
done nud the patient's lifo would Imvo
boon the forfeit. In Hodges' case , his
physician thinks thnt the crisis was
passed yesterday and that ho will con-
tiuuo to iinprovo from this time on.
His temperature this morning was
101 , showing that the fever is leaving
aud with an absence of fever his recovery
covory is only amattor of time.
There is no indication that the in
jured man will over recover his voice.
Ho converses in whispers nud his
power of making a vooil sound ap
pears to be totally gone , but even this
condition may bo overcome with his
The men responsible for his condition ,
Max Spahr nnd J. A. Bnird were given
into the custody of Sheriff Clements ,
yesterday morning by Chief of Police
Kane nnd they were taken to Madison
bytho couuty oflicer ou the 11 o'clock
train , where they will bo kept in the
couuty jail until Hodges recovers suf
ficiently to appear against them nt their
preliminary examination , which may bo
nold some time this week. There was
no excitement over the removal of the
prisoners. They were handcuffed together
gothor and followed by the sheriff they
proceeded to the train with scarcely
any interest in them being manifest.
HAD MONEY LEFT.
Carnival Committee Refunds Nearly
One-Third of Subscriptions.
The committee that had charge of the
econt carnival are proud of the fact
that they have boon able to return to
contributors nearly one-third of their
subscriptions. When the storm killed
practically all the ndvertisod features of
the carnival nud prevented people attending -
tending , the committee looked for noth
ing better than n shortage in funds , nud
for n while the aim was to keep that
shortage down as low as possible. But
the last day , with its bright sunshine ,
changed conditions materially , for the
people on the streets induced conces
sionaires to open up for business aud
pour n little money into the treasury.
After paying nil bills it was found that
them were $11)0.73 ) to bo distributed
among subscribers , amounting to ! 30,3. ,
per cent of the amount subscribed.
The distribution wns made yesterday
by President Luikart of the Com
mercial club , who took receipts from
each one for the amount refunded.
The following statement shows re
ceipts and disbursements of the com
mittee , which statement has been ap
proved and signed by W. N. Huso , J. 0.
Stitt , O. D. Jenkins , R. B. Weller aud
II. A. Pasowalk , committee.
Subscriptions $ -M5 00
Concessions 311 CO
Total $ 05050
O. B. Hnrtford , advertising $ 3.50
Geo. Thiole.work on race grounds 1 60
Woodmen badges 3.00
Telephone toButz 50
Bunting , Shurtz & Jenkins 11 00
M. O. Walker , advertising 5.31
E. B. Kauffniau , advertising 1.13
World Publishing Co.Omahaad-
A. Degner , hardware for race
Lumber for race track 10.77
Fred Madsou , work ou track 3.00
Qns Ueckor , work on truck 4.00
J. II. Maokay , contract 35.00
Wm. Hemplin , work 1.50
Jack Wesley , work 1.80
Telephone , Vail andDurlaud. . . . 3. 0
Leo Tipton 3.25
W. A. King , grading race
Freeman Bros. , rebate 10.00
W. N. Huso , printing and rod fire 07.45
Snake show , rebate 3.00
Water fight 15.00
'mint do Hntz , bioyolo -10.00
M 0. Walker , Woodmen spenkar 10.00
Win , HcHwlck , advertising 80
Gee II Spear , advertising IJH.OO
Aug. Urnuimnnd U.75
J. O. Stilt , typewriting 60
Balance to bo paid back to sub
scribers , 150 % per cent 1110.73
Total. . $ 050.50
Polling Places and Names of Judges
and Clerks of Election.
Clerk of the District Court Ohr.
Sohavlaud has informed Tut ! NEWS as
to who huvo boon appointed as judges
nud clerks of election to soivo during
the coming yonr for the several city
wards and voting precincts in Mndlsou
county. The unmiH of the suid ofllcors
and the polling plnces where they will
officiate are given below :
Battle Crook : Bates old store building
ing- . J. Brink , Fred Brcchler nnd 0.
F. Montross , judges ; Frnuk Martin and
\lbert Hodman , clerks.
Burnett : Kiorstead hall M. T.
Brown , 0. D. Dauphin nnd Elija Ash-
craft , judges ; O. A. Smith nnd.G. ( 0.
Wnrron , clerks.
Door Creek : Hughes school house
S. II. Thatch , Jos. Shipley nud Charles
Koovior , judges ; Joe Orr and John H.
Harding , clerks.
Kmurick : West Emoriok school
house John Mclutosh , John Bohlsou
and John Horrocks , judges ; W. W.
Young and Thorn. Reeves , clerks.
Fairview : Hod school house Ernst
Froudeubnrg , D.xii. Dieter and Samuel
Dunn , judges ; OscarSnuderman and
L. D. Snyder , clerks.
Green Garden : Schmidt school
house Joe Weinberger , William Brand
and J. D. Gabehnan , judges ; Czar John
son and Mayo Bass , clerks.
Grove : Murphy school house J. D.
Askwith , W. S. Dye and Ohas. Radke ,
judges ; Arthur Andrews and George
R. Muilly , clerks.
Highland : county poor farm Floyd
Collins , Henry Rickenberg and Henry
MuBSmau , judges ; Ed. Daniels and
Henry Neuwerk , clerks.
Knlatnnzoo : Jenkins school house
Bernhnrd Hnssinnu , Charles Spriugstnbo
nnd Matt Classen , jr. , judges ; Henry
Raniackors and Chris Schmitt , jr. ,
Madison.city : City hall J. L. Grant ,
J. E. Douglas , aud Chas. Haylar ,
judges ; A. R. Fraser and A. M. Koe-
ohig , olerks.
Madison , outside : G. A. R. hall S.
O. Davies , R. Nichols and Charles
Schlendor , judges ; Ralph McGehee and
Dick Harris , clerks.
Norfolk , First ward : City hall
Aug. Brumiuuud , John Oestorling and
W. H. Widaman , judges ; Carl Korth
and George Wilkinson , clerks.
Norfolk , Second ward : Wm. . Ahl
man's residence Wm. F. Ahlmau , 0.
W. Inskeop and W. L. Kern , judges ;
G. II. Marquardt and L. M. Gaylord ,
Norfolk , Third ward : West Side
hose house J. S. McOlary , W. A
King and 0. D. Jenkins , judges ; M. O
Hazon and S. G. Dean , clerks.
Norfolk , Fourth ward : Juuotior
hose house J. S. Burnett , Charles
Richardson and W. II. Risb , judges
Fred Ivoerbor and Fred Holliugsworth ,
Norfolk. Outaido : Eisoloy building-
Herman Bnettow , O. F. Winter and A.
L Carterjudges ; F. D. Krautz and T.
E. Odioruo , clerks.
Shell Creek : Engine house Rnfus
Pryer , John Simousouand.TohuO'Shea ,
judges ; A. L. Stewart and 0. R. Hiu-
man , clerks.
Schoolcraft : Throckmorten school
house J. 0. Osborn , Thomas Lestina
nud Oloy Oleson , judges ; W. P. War
den and W. R. Martin , clerks.
Union : Suyder blacksmith shop
Wm. Isonhauor , Norman Oohsuer and
J. H. Murphy , judges ; O. S. Suyder
and Frank Dover , clerks.
Valley : Ray school house A. C.
Daniel , F. H. Palmer and A. Mantey ,
judges ; Henry Mnssinan , jr. , and A.
Craig , clerks.
Wnruervillo : Wnrner boll Fred
Terry , Wm. Boyd and Wm. Mnoh-
mnller , judges ; George Carltou and O.
J. Lodge , jr. , olerks.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
nt the postofilco October , 31 1903.
Mr. M. E. Brown , Mr. John A. Beau- ,
dole , Rob. Derail , E. R. Hoyer , Mrs. J.
Jasn * s , Louis Kahl , Miss Eileen Phylis
Murphy , 3 , Mrs. P. M. Moore , Cbns. M.
Miller , MissMillard Moore , John Schlaf-
maun , Frank W. Smith , Mr. Ohas. Suy-
dor , Carl T. Sooly , Ed. S. Terokoburg 3 ,
Mls Minnie Tavlor. Peter Wendel. J.
If not called for In 15 days will be
sent to the dead letter office.
Parties calling for any of the above
please say advertised.
JOHN R , HAYS , P. M.
The value of Expert Treatment.
Everyone who is nfllioted with a
chronic disease experiences great dif
ficulty in having their case intelligently
treated by the average physician. Those
diseases can only be cured by n special
ist who understands them thoroughly.
Dr. J. Newton Hntbawny of Sioux City ,
Iowa , is acknowledged the moat skillful
nud successful specialist in the United
States. Write him for his expert opin
ion of yonr case , for which ho makes no
charge. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Stops the Cough and Works off the
Laxative Bronio Qainino Tablets euro
a cold in one day. No cure , no pay ,
Price 25 cents.
Deputy Commissioner of Labor Tells
of Its Fertile Lands.
The following concerning Madison
county appears in the bulletin just pub
lished by State Deputy ComnilHslonor of
Labor 0. E. Watson of Lincoln.
Dnto of organization , 18G8 ; popula
tion , 10,070 ; area , COO square miles ;
mlloa of railway , 57.40 ; price of best
tillable laud , $40 to $50 per acre ; price
of fair tillable laud $35 to fa 5 per acre ;
price of liny laud , ftOJto $30 perjjncro ;
price of pasture land , $13.50 to $20 per
acre. The towns of the county and
their population are givonaccording [ to
the census of 1000.
"Madison county forms a part of ono
of the most beautiful prairie regions of
the state. The surface consists of up
land valleys , bluffs , nud bottom land ;
about 80 per cent ia tillable aud the ro-
matuder generally affords good pasture-
ago. The soil Is a dark , sandy loam
with n olny and sand subsoil. Brick of
superior quality is manufactured at'dlf
ferent places lu the county. The Elkhorn -
horn river and Union , Shell , Battle ,
Deer , Dry , aud Buffalo crooks furnish
good drainage. Many cattle nud.'Jhogs
are marketed every year , and dairying
and mixed farming are extensively fol
lowed. The cereals alljdo well and a
largo area Is devoted to the oulturo of
sugar beets. Numerous artificial groves
and many orchards are attraotivoj features
uros of the advancement made in'this
section. The value of land has in
creased 35 por'slnco 1897 , aud about 300
farms have been sold within the last 18
mouths. There are five flouring aud
grist mills aud three brick yards. The
value of live stock in 1900 was $1,880 ,
847 , nud of the products not fed to live
stock in 1899 , $2,080,840. "
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
The next football game will be with
Randolph on Saturday , November 1.
An effort isjbeing made to arrange for
an alnmni game of football some time
during the holidays.
"A Box of Monkeys , " a farce , will bo
given for the benefit of the football 'and
basket ball teams on the first Friday in
"Miss Handley , you umyjrgo to the
boll to finish your lunch.1 "B-b-bnt it
is only an apple core. " "Yon may eat
it in the hall. "
The football team is not yet convinced
that the game is a moneymaker in Nor
folk. The treasury 'of the team is shy
about $39 as the result of the Columbus-
The freshman olaas elected its officers
this week. They were : Archie Gow ,
president ; Minnie ScbramJ vice-presi -
dent ; Harold Gow , treasurer , and Bar
tie Elseffer , secretary.
The election of junior class officers
was hold last week. Bessie McFarland
wns elected president ; WalkerJjO'Oou
uor , vice president ; Revinua Adams
treasurer , aud Edith Viele , secretary.
There was n meeting ofj-the Athletic
association Monday night nt which the
following officers wore elected : John
Johnson , president ; Bartie Elseffer ,
secretary ; Oliver Utter , treasurer
Frank Perry wns offered the office o
president but denlined the honor.
Northern \Vlnconnln llttUlwitr Farm Lam
The Chicago , St. Paul , Mlnueapoli
& Omaha railway has for sale in North' '
era Wisconsin , at low prices and cas ;
terms of payment , about 850,000 acre
of choice farm lands.
Early buyers will secure the advantage
tago of locations on the many beautifu
streams and lakes , which abound witl :
fish and furnish a never ending an
most excellent water supply , both fo :
family use and for stock.
Land is generally well timbered , th
soil fertile and ensy of cultivation an
this is rapidly developing into one c
the greatest sheep and cattle raisin
regions in the northwest.
Chicago , Milwaukee , St. Paul , Minneapolis -
eapolis , Dnluth , Superior , Ashland and
other towns on "The Northwestern
Line" furnish good markets for stock
and farm produce.
For further pnrticnlars address :
GEO. W. BELL ,
Land Commissioner , Hudson Wis. , or
G. H. MACRAE ,
Asst. Geu'lPass.AR't.St. Paul , Minn.
Twain Looking for Cheap Fuel.
A Washington dispatch says the fol
lowing letter was received at the
treasury department Tuesday morning :
"New York City , Oct. 8. To the
Honorable Secretary of the Treasury.
Sir : Prices for the onstomnrv kinds of
winter fuel having reached an altitude
which puts them out of the reach of lit
erary persons in straightened circum
stances , I desire to place with yon the
following order : Forty-five tons of the
bes old , dry government bonds , suitable
for a furnace , gold 7 per cent of 1804
preferred ; twelve tons of early green
backs , range size , suitable for cooking ;
eight barrels of seasoned 35 and 50-cont
postal currency , vintage 1890 , eligible
for kindling. Please deliver with all
convenient dispatch at my house in
Riversdale at the lowest rates for spot
cash. Send bill to your obliged servant ,
MARK TWAIN ,
Who will bo very grateful and will vote
Get yonr bugky tops repaired and up
holstering done at Nordwig's harness
Shylock was the man who
ivanted a pound of human
flesh. There are many
Shylocks now , the convales
cent , the consumptive , the
ickly child , the pale young
oman , all want human flesh
ind they can get it take
Scott's Emulsion is flesh
ind blood , bone and muscle ,
t feeds the nerves , strengthens
he digestive organs and they
'ced the whole body.
For nearly thirty years '
Scott's Emulsion has been the 7.
Djreat giver of human flesh.
We will send you a couple of
SCOTT & BOWNE , Chemists ,
409-415 Pearl Street , Now York.
joe. aud f i.oo ; all druggists.
Horn. " J
All are not successful busi
ness men who advertise , but
few men are successful who do
not advertise. No business A
properly conducted and well
advertised will fail. A poor
advertisement in a poor medium
will accomplish nothing.
A good advertisement in a proper me \
dium will accomplish wonders.
This paper is the right me
Any business man can pre
pare the right advertisement if
he will simply state facts.
On November 6th , and 19th , and
December 3rd , and 17th , the Missouri
Pacific Railway will sell tickets to cer
tain points in the South , Southeast , and
Southwest , at the rnto of ono fare for
the round trip , plus S.OO. Final TO.
turn limit 31 days from date of sale.
Past Time and Superior Through Ser
vice. Reclining Chair Cars ( seats free ) .
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Oars.
\ For further information or land pam
phlets , address , ' W. 0. BARNES
T. P. A. , Omaha , Neb.
H. C. TOWNSEND , C. E. STYLES ,
a. r. & T. A. A. a. P. & T A.
St. Louis , Mo. Kansas City , Mo.
A SWELL TRAIN ,
THE ELECTRIC LIGHTED LIMITED
To Chicago , Milwaukee , Racine ,
Rockford , Lacrosse , Dnbaquo , Elgin ,
Freeport , Madison , Janesville
and other important points East , North *
east and Southeast , via
An Electric Light in Every Berth.
The Milwaukee is the only Electrio
Lighted Train that rnns in and out of
Omaha. All cars are supplied with in
Palace Sleepers and the finest Dining
Oars in the world are rnn on the O. M.
& St. P. Ry. Write nnd get full In
F. A. NABII ,
General Western Agent ,
H. W. HOWELL , 1604 Fnrnnm St. ,
Trav. Frt. & Pasa. Agt. Omaha.
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