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WHAT THE LAND LOOKS LIKE.
War Dances of the Indians Saturday
and the Dlfj Qonfircs After Done-
steel as a Town , With Its Three
Blocks of DuslncBO Houses.
Hoiu > Hk'ul , S. U. . St'pt. II. Fieit'i a
Staff CorroHpondont : Floixleil wllh
BliMipy , ItiitiKry , landHooUInt ; men ,
Hononte'cl tlld wonderfully weill In
ImndlliiK the huntlrotlH of vlnltorHvfo
cnino from all pnrlH of NubniHlw to
But a look at the 110.000 acron of res-
orvatlon land which will ho opened
HomeUlmu In the fnluru.
I'rotty nearly every Hlnro In town
watt tnnuul Into a Hhort onlur roHtati-
rnnt with long conntorn down olthor
Hlilu and hot coffco and Hiimlwlc'him
to null. LOIIK lliioii of humanity
jammed Into the tmlldliiKH , waited fern
n turn and went away HixtlHllod. The
hotulH and good hoteln they arc
worn crowded from morning until
night hut thuy norvoil mualH that met
the demand Hlrulilit through. 1'ral-
rlu chicken for broakfuHt on the Unit
day wan emu of the dollcacluH.
Sleep In Stores.
Saturday nl ht the Impromptu res-
taurantH wore oonvorled Into lodging
IIOIIHOH and many a romfortur wan
pulled oft the Hholf to timUo a hed for
Homo oxhatiHted excurHlonlnt. I'llod
along the lloor , two ahreast , the VH- !
Horn In HoneHteel occupied every
available Inch of Hpaco from the door
to the doak of the big store and olllco
A Hpeclal train WUH run down from
Fairfax Saturday nl ht to llnd ho IH
for the overflow. Several hundred got
into the regular train which left at
1:35 : and made beds In the m > atn , tie
that few , except the dancern In the
Hcconel Htory hall , Htayed up all night
lonfj. The railroad company and the
townfolk did everything posHlhlo to
make the newts comfortahlo and they
miccccdod to a remarkahlo degree.
Perhaps more real estate men and
landHookorH were on the excursion to
Honesteel than have ever heforo heen
assomhled on a similar occasion. Nine
out of every tun of the men who went
on the trip could draw chocks for
amounts from $500 upwards ami they
were here not for pleasure or fun ,
hut In real earnest. There was no
real reason why an excursion should
have heen run on Saturday any move
than on any other day during the com
ing winter. It was Him ply to Kt't a
look at the land which Is to he opened
up and the slxo of the crowd shows
how many people are Intensely Inter
ested In that.
Ride to Reservation.
On Saturday afternoon , eleven
coaches , crowded to the windows , were
pulled out to the reservation , two
miles from town , and the visitors given
a chance to see the prospective home
steads. The minute the wheels stop
ped rolling the men henna to pour
out of the cars like Illes and two
thousand feet were at once tturtod elf
toward the open country. Hundreds
of them walked fully a mile over the
vast , nnhroken prairie , gutting a
point of vantage on a slight rnlso so
that they could look far out across
the stretch. Scores and scores of
them plckijtl up samples of the soil ,
locked It Into tiny hottles and shoved
It Into their pockets for safe keeping.
Than these samples they would rather
have lost a ten dollar hill apiece.
How the Reservation Looks.
Midway between Kngland and the
United States , standing on the elecK
of a steamer and looking off for miles
and miles In every direction at the mo
notonous , unending water , with no
sign of a human being , no mark as
to direction , no break in the sky
there one has a picture which Is plas
tic and everlasting. Suhstltuto a
gray colored prairie for the water and
yon have the reservation as It ap
pears after a few miles out of Uono-
steol. With no landmark , no tree , no
houses , It Is the easiest thing In the
world to get turned around on a
cloudy day and many a man has lost
his direction on a dark night or a
cold one , some of them never getting
The War-Painted Indians.
In their little village of tepees , with
war-paint and brilliant colored robes ,
the Indians who had moved to the
edge of Boncsteel for Saturday , en
tertained the excursionists from 1 un
til ( f o'clock. At first they gave a
parade through the streets. Then
they gave their famous war dance ,
led by Chief Kane , and this was worth
while. Crowded Into a circle , braves ,
squaws and papooses yelled and danced
In stunning style and took up a col
The riding of a wild cow by a bron
cho buster came next and after sup
per the Indians crowded Into a little
square on the main street , built a
roaring lire and gave their famous
Some In Penitentiary.
There are 1,380 Indians counted and
two-thirds of these makes the num
ber required Just 920. Of the entlro
number , many are said to bo away
visiting , some are at school and qulto
a considerable delegation are In the
penitentiary at Sioux Falls. This ,
therefore , makes pretty nearly every
Indian on the reservation necessary
to the treaty and that Is why many
consider a majority nmply sufficient.
"I'm coming back when U opens , "
IRFOLK NEWS ! FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 18. l'JQ8.
nnld the Rfoixt majority of the mon
In town , anJ with UIOHO who came
will bo another crowd ten times an
largo , to ( tut a chance on the free
Think It Will Open.
The people of HonoHteol are pretty
sure the land In uolng to open In the
Hprlng. They think congress will do
Homcthlng ait soon aa it ineotn , and
that the big reservation will bo thrown
open then , They are of the opinion
that Major McLanghlln'H failure to
treat had nothing to do with the open-
Ing. "I Imvo talked with Major Me-
Laughlln , " wild ono man , "and It IH
my opinion that ho didn't try HO very
hard. I think ho came out here sim
ply to show congress that the govern
ment can not come out hero any old
time and got a treaty Hlgnod on any
old proposition. Ho could have had
assistance from the people of the town
which would have made him HUCCCSH-
fill. The number required on the K\K- \
natures In two-thirds of the Indians ,
and Major McLaughlln thought this
ought to bo changed to a majority. "
Honesteel Is a good Hl/.od town al
ready. A business ntreet three blocks
long , thickly lined with business
houses , It has a busy look about It
at once. There are three banks , two
grain elevators , four tmlootiH , several
good lumber yards and HOIUO mighty
good hotels. Water mains are al
ready laid for water works , and the
water Is good. Some building IH going
on now , two brick buildings among
the number. It IK frontier of course ,
but ( hero's the making of a town.
SOLVING THE DAM QUESTION ,
S. Oilman , the Nellnh Mill Owner , Is
Making a Permanent Water
Power for His Busless.
Nollgh , Nob. . Sept in. From a Staff
Correspondent : Of Intercut to the
milling mon of every town along the
lOlkhorn river. Is the work now under
way In Nollgh , by means of which S.
F. Oilman , owner of the Nollgh mill ,
IH solving the problem of n permanent
dam In that llcklo river. This after
noon for the llrst tlmo miccosHfully ,
the water rushed over a portion of
the now structure. When the other
half Is done it is thought that there
will bo an unlimited amount of power
and that the mllldam will bo as permanent -
manont as the rocks.
A row of piling across the stream ,
a wall of concrete nearly two feet In
thlcknoH.s resting against the posts ,
a foundation of brlckH and rocks and
heavy materials to brace that and a
concrete apron inclined back of the
dam so that no cakes of Ice may
catch this In the solution which Mr.
( lllman Is practically working out.
At the sides of the stream are walls
of concrete to hold the water In its
channel and there will bo no other
way iindur heaven for the current to
twist than ever the apron. The harder
it pounds against the dam the tighter
the dam packs so that high water Is
an aid. It Is built very much on the
order of the Norfolk dam , which Is
such a model.
Mr. Cillmnn now runs a 100-barrel
mill , the city pumping station , the
electric lighting works anil Incidental
machines In this mammoth plant. It
Is ono of the largest in the state.
"GRANDPA" NEUWERK GONE ,
Respected Citizen of Battle Creek
Passed Away at an Early Hour
llattlo Creek , Sopt. Hi. Special to
The News : "Grandpa" Henry Nou-
work died this morning at 12DO. :
Flvo weeks ago ho fell and dislocated
his hip but his advanced ago rendered
treatment Impossible. Ills health
was apparently good until yesterday
afternoon when * ho collapsed , and
heart failure Is ascribed as the cause
of his death. The funeral will bo hold
Thursday afternoon and the remains
will bo interred in the German Luth
eran cemetery at this place beside
his wife and daughter.
Henry Nouwerk was born at Schles-
wlg. Germany , March II , 1S20. Ho
served as a soldier with the Schles-
wig-Holsteln revolutionists from 1S-SS
to 1SR1. Ho came to llattlo Crook
eighteen wears ago. Ills wlfo died
In 188 ! ) and ho has since been making
his home with his sons. Ho was a
devout Christian and member of the
German Lutheran church. Ho was
well and favorably known among n
largo circle of friends and acquain
tances. Ho had many old friends in
Norfolk , among them U. AV. Jonas ,
whom ho was acquainted with in Ger
Ho leaves four sons , Henry , Peter
and Fred of llattlo Creek and Clans
now at Orange , California. Mrs. Hen
ry Stoltenberg , his only daughter ,
died in 1S91.
SALESMAN JOHN SEXTON &
CO. , IMPORTERS of teas and coffees
and wholesale grocers , 1C to 22 State
St. , Chicago , want experienced , hon
est , energetic , hlghgrado .Tien to sell
farmers and other largo buyers. Wo
are the largest grocery house in
America engaged in this business ,
and the originators of honest and
modern methods of conducting it.
Wo handle the finest goods , and guar
antee quantity and quality of every
article ; no capital required ; exclusive
territory given , in which an estab
lished trade insures line Income. Wo
are farmers' headquarters in Chicago.
Lost Narrow tan bolt , small gold
brooch with ruby sotting. Finder will
bo liberally rewarded. Please return
to this ofllco. *
Ncligh Carnival Opened Auspi
ciously This Morning.
LARGE CROWDS IN ATTENDANCE
Merry Music , by the Elkhorn Vall v
Dand , Base Ball , Races , Balloon -
censlon , High Dive and Mirthful
Street Capers are on the program.
Nollgh , Nob. , Sopt. 1C. From a
Staff Correspondent : Amid condi
tions Ideal In every respect , with n
perfectly cloudless sky and an atmosphere -
phoro crlH | > and bracing from the
frost of the night , the Initial day of
the Nollgh carnival dawned this morn-
Ing. The weather could not bo better
for the start of the festival and the
town IB simply packed with visitors
from every direction this morning.
Good delegations nro hero from Nor
folk , llattlo Crook , Meadow Qrovoand
Tlldon and the crowd Is a good natured -
tured ono throughout.
With brief but Intensely Impressive
coremonlos In the grand pavilion , Miss
Cecil Hump of Oakdalo was crowned
'liioon of the feast at 1 o'clock this
afternoon. Hon. W. M. Hobortnon , of
Norfolk , placed the wreath of sov
ereignty upon the royal brow. In doIng -
Ing so ho delivered an nddrcHs which
loomed with wit and wisdom , pro
claiming the beginning of joy and
mirth and the supremacy of the fos-
The queen was gowned in a superb
creation of pink silk , a robe of Im
posing splendor. She was nttonded
by nor mold of honor , Miss Fannlo
Freeman , of this placo. Together
llioy rldo about the town In their au
tomobile , which arrived at a late hour
this morning. The chauffeur , Mr.
Clark Powell , lost his way In the
country near llattlo Creek and had n
hard trip of It.
Following Is the proclamation read
by Miss Dump , at her coronation this
In the llrst year of the relgji of Ce
cil , crowned and consecrated Queen
Epolotna , we do proclaim that the
first days thereof , to the number of
three bo observed as days of feastIng -
Ing and joy.
That the loyal subjects of the Do
main of Antelope , who , out of the
abundance of their harvest , have con
tributed to a lasting' monument of
beauty that shall survive our hnmblo
career , shall during these days make
Go forth then , my subjects , and
within the bounds of reason you are
released from restraint.
Partake of the pleasures of our fos-
tlvltle , and by so doing prolong the
days of your youth.
The worthy people of our capital
have opened wide the doors of hos
pitality , let them llnd a ready re
sponse by your presence horo.
Providence will contribute of Its
store of sunshine and nature should
meet Its reward.
The potent features of our Carnival
are cheer and good will. Let such
ho your motto and pleasure will
Out of the galaxy of beauty wo
have chosen as our Maid of Honor ,
Fannie Freeman , aud command you
to bow at her shrine.
Epolctna , Queen.
Features of the Day.
Merry music was a feature on the
streets this morning , mndo by the
Elkhorn Valley band , a high class or
ganization of Nollgh. Immediately
after the coronation ceremonies the
crowd marched to the park for the
hall game between Elgin and Clearwater -
water , and the horse events were put
on nt 3.
Among the fast stoppers at the sta
bles are Shade On , Shady Uaty and
the well known Spokane. Shade On
Is attracting great attention and was
given a glad hand when ho came out
At 5 the balloon ascension Is booked
and after that there will bo clever
work done by the comedian Ilroso ,
the high diving stunt by the Italian
terrier , "Depot. "
Tonight the band will play and
there will bo much throwing of con
fetti , much bumping against other
people on the street and much mak
ing of mirthful mockery , besides.
Tomorrow's program promises to
bo bettor than today's.
Tomorrow's ball game will bo be
tween Tllden and the Creek Rats.
The Tlldon team will bo Hales , Dots-
ford , Warren , Provo , Strlngfellow ,
Hussong , Osborn , Mclntosh , Mcln-
tosh. The Creek Rats will bo Peter
sons ( three ) , Fosborgs ( three ) , John
Green , John Contcli , John Carson.
This Is much the old Crelghton team.
Ono of the really good features of
last night's fun was an impromptu
speech by C. A. Splrk , recently of
Washington , D. C. , and a graduate
with high honors from Columbia uni
versity. Mr. Spirk mounted the
speaker's stand in the pavilion and
entertained a half hundred friends
with bright puns and brilliant nonsense -
sense which was sparkling to a de
gree. Just as a policeman started in ,
by way of Jest , to got the speaker ,
twenty seven fair young women
climbed the ladder and took seats in
the stand. Encircled with fomlnln-
ity , covered with glory and buried
with applause , Mr. Splrk was lost
from sight oven the sight of the
Mr. Splrk is a guest of his brother ,
J. W. Splrk , nnel will leave noon for
PUBLIC PARK THE OBJECT.
Plan Which Might Well Serve Nor
folk as a Model.
The object of the thruo days car
nival In Nellgh , aside from advertis
ing the city and Hiving the patrons of
Its bimlnuHH IIOIIHOH an extraordinary
holiday , IH to provide a public park.
I'ho city already owns the land
twe'iity-Hoven acres of the prettiest
ilo patch of wooded country , In
t le mine of town , bonlored by the
ide'turostnio Klkhorn , carpeted with a
heavy layer of blue-grass and shaded
by a thousand handsome trees , tall ,
mature and tttrong.
Judge N. I ) . Jackson IH chairman of
the hoard which Is making Nollgh'H
park. To him and to the other mem
bers of the board , J. U. Lytlo and
Harry Holllns , much of the credit In
thlH movement Is duo. They , person
ally , are doing everything possible
to advance the worthy cause and al
ready the effects of careful plannlni ;
A few years ago Ncligh luvl no
park an -i apparent way to got one.
The tow ud not ono acre of land
for HUCI purpose and no genmoiu ,
hourti'd millionaire condescon Inel to
die and leave enough land foi the
( lower beds. There was , though , a
fair association. This organization
owned twenty-seven acres of land ,
within two blocks of the business
district of the town. The property
was somewhat encumbered and dually
the assocatlon , appreciating the
fact that the town needed a public
square , decided to give the entire -
tire patch to the municipality
If the citizens would pay off the
small mortgage. This the pt ople were
delighted to do and the acres passed
liilo Mic hands of Ncligh.
Judge Jackson owned a largo ma
jority of the stock in the fair asso
ciation. Ho was Interested in the
beautifying of Nellgh and the promot
ing of the general welfare.
On an agreement , therefore that
ho should ho at the hone' of the pub
lie pant hoard wh ro ho could bring
his own Ideas Into uxiviiiioii , Judic
Jackson voted over Ms sii.iros ami
now ho Is bending o\ory effoit toward
The land is naturally a park in it-
solf. All that Is noedul Is a little
cutting out of willows here and there ,
a tilling In over low spots nnd the
building of a tow walk1 A bea.itlful
drive will no run throimh the PM k ,
allowing the coisr.i.s of /no-lim"
crook bed , and u bulliint ; sp.'ilnn In
.11 river , w'tl ' , * sa : . . j i H 'n will
U- fitted out.
The grounds for the racing and base
ball are good. now amphitheatre ,
with a seating capat Ity of over l.Outi
hunts the track. .Vjv burns , su' ' >
st'iii'inlly erected cover the horrors ,
: ine' Mo : track Itself is very fast.
'J'Ttyono ' In the town Is cnthiisiaS'
ti2 in trying to ostohlish this park
it iiny bo seen frj i iho I'orilnveatrn
it , . < ad , on the south sldo of the
t'ttoU Wolfe & Hro. are furnishing
Ul of the Hags u- , ' I to decorate It
Nellgh as a Town.
Nellgh , as a town , is strictly higl :
grade. Located In the heart of a rlcli
agricultural and stock-raising country
with a class of business men wlu
unite unreservedly on every proposl
tion that will in any way advance the
public good , whether it benefits them
Individually or not , it is a place thai
is good to look upon and hard to quit
The main street is lined with sub
stunt lal business blocks which all
show prosperity. Outside , lor miles
and miles , Is a land fertile and pro
ductivc. Good crops abound and near
ly every particle of product thai
comes from the soil Is consumed right
here at home , either by the hundredp
of cattle that are fed or by the Inv
mouse mill which sends the wheal
out In Hour sacks. Huffman & Rol
Una are a firm who feed on an enor
mous scale. They have several thous
and acres of land whoso product goes
to feed their herds of line thorough'
bred cattle. Their two ranches ,
which take up whole townships in
themselves , nro stocked with the fin
est blooded cattle in the land. Some
of their animals have been Imported
direct from Scotland and are beaii1
tiful specimens of blooded stock. On
their ranches are a number of houses ,
miles apart , and these are all connect
ed by telephone with the Nollgh office
where Huffman & Rollins make their
Upon hundreds of acres alfalfa la
grown for feeding. No finer patches
of alfalfa are to bo scon anywhere
than these and they make the best of
feed. Mr. Huffman Is president of the
carnival and has been mayor for many
Nollgh's homes are a feature. They
are largo and well cared for. The
lawns are nicely kept up and the
whole rosldonco portion has an ex
ceptional tone for a town of its size ,
Among others nlcoly located Is Judge
J. F. Boyd , candidate for re-election
as district judge in the Ninth district.
TOWN PACKED WITH PEOPLE.
Nollgh , Sopt. 17. From n Staff
Correspondent : The second day of
the Ncligh carnival has been fully as
successful in every way as the initial
ono , nnd things this morning promise
well for the big Jam of people on the
Dy 8 o'clock this morning there
were dozens and dozens of teams
stringing into town for the big holi
day , many of the people coming as
far as twonty-flvo or thirty miles.
Every Incoming train since the early
A POOR CRUTCH.
. . . . , . . . . . . .w. . * uvuou , 10 im ; non.mi.-in. gen
erally prescribed for Contagious Dlood Poison , but failure
nnd disappointment is the invariable result. These min
erals drive in thesorcs and eruptions , and apparently the
disease is gone and the patient believes the cure pcrtna- ,
ncnt , but soon learns better when the old symptoms' '
return almost as soon ns the treatment is left off. You
must either keep the system saturated with mercury or endure the torture *
of sore mouth , ulcerated throat and the mortification that one natur.illy
feels when the body is covered with disgusting sores , rashes , copper-colored
splotches and other aggravating symptoms of this vile disease.
Mercury nnd Potash are poor cnttches , and their use eventually breaks
down the constitution , ruins the digestion and cause the bones to decay.
- S. S. vS.a guaranteed purely vegetable rcmetly , is the
only antidote for Contagious 13lood Poison. It de
stroys every atom of the deadly virus , overcomes the
I bad effects of the mercury and cleanses the blood ami
system so thoroughly that never after are any sign *
of the disease seen. Nor is the taint ever transmitted to others.
We will send free our book on Contagious Blood Poison , which is inter
esting and contains full directions for treating yourself nt home. Medical
advice or any special information desired given without charge.
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Are a Positive Cure for Indigestion ,
Constipation , Fcnvcrs , Foul and weak
Stomachs. A noted doctor of Chicago
stated that he believed a 50c. box ot
Slocum's Worm Cake would give
more relief than $50 worth of ordinary
doctor's fees. Price 5Gets , by mall
ony- } R. v. SLOCUM
725 W. North Avenue , Chicago , III.
passenger has brought great crowds
and they are making a memorable
day of it for Neligh.
The hours today have been filled
with something doing every minute
of the time , and it is a satlslled lot of
visitors who are "doing" the festival.
This afternoon the handsome now
grandstand at the grounds is taxed
to Its utmost and it holds 1.05C per
sons and the S. R. O. sign hangs on
the entrance gate.
Among the features of today was
the beautiful exhibition of Shade On ,
the famous trotter , In an attempt to
lower his record of SiOS'/i. Another
Is the base ball game which is on this
afternoon between the Creek Uats and
Shade On , "tho fastest horse that
Nebraska has over produced , " accordIng -
Ing to the judge , sent the whole crowd
of spectators Into a frenzy when ho
pranced out , sleek and graceful , upon
the excellent track surface. Many
are hero merely to see him go and
they have had tholr money's worth.
The tiny little diving dog is as
pretty an attraction as is hero. Ho
mounts the tall , slender ladder alone ,
looks around from his diminutive
platform , sizes up the situation , puts
ono paw out Into the air , hesitates ,
looks again , draws his breath , shuts
his eyes and then , In ono awful , in
tense instant lets his little body slip
and sails , head foremost , through the
long stretch of atmosphere and lights
In the blanket below. Depot is his
name and he Is worth losing three
meals to see. Ilrose , the comedian ,
and his wlfo , the comedienne , are
making a hit. Freeman Bros. for
merly Neligh boys have the late Cor-
belt-Jeffries fight on a moving pic
ture , and the circus at the far end
of the street Is eminently worth
while. Many mon are making good
on the roulette and no feature Is lackIng -
Ing to make it a first class street fair
Yesterday's game between Elgin
and Clearwater resulted In a score
of 2 to 1 for Elgin. Sam Leathoby ,
the one time Norfolk twlrler , was in
The game was a beautiful one to
watch. With a square apiece on the
card until the always awful eighth ,
there was interest plus and the wag
ers ran high. Finally , In the eighth
the Elgin boys made their winning
on a close decision. The fielding was
filled with corking catches and sen
sational runs from the tap of the bell
and the pitchers were both "right"
for the play. Smith throw for Clear
water and Will Schultz , of Atkinson ,
did the umpire stunt.
The game tomorrow Is attracting
much of thosports' enthusiasm.
Hon. N. D. Jackson was the mas-
ter-of-ceremonles who had charge of
the crowning of the queen. An Im
pressively beautiful invocation was
pronounced by the resident presiding
older of the Methodist church , Rev.
The automobile which arrived yes
terday Just after the program had begun -
gun , has done its share today. The
queen , Miss Bump , and her attend
ant , Miss Freeman , have been In it for
a rlde. , Miss Freeman , the Nellgh rep
resentative , is very clover. Burt Wat
tles was an attendant at the cor
Last night confetti and revelry
reigned. There was a dance , the
games and carnival square , where
hundreds made merry until lato.
The business houses have an 1m-
monso trade and the citizens are too
busy to eat , showing visitors the time
of tholr lives.
Friday will bo the banner day of
She Has Cured Thousands
Given up to Die.
Practicing Aleopathy , Home
opathy , Electric and Gen
Will , by roqneet , visit professionally
JS7ORFOLK , NEBRASKA , PACIFIC
HOTEL , THURSDAY , OCT.
1 , ONE DAY ONLY
returning every four weaVe. Consult her while *
tlio oiiportULitj Is at hand ,
DR. CALDWELL limits iior jiroct'ce to ILe
special treatment of dim HEPS of the ojo , oar.
linen , throat , lunue , femulo dUeueos , diseases of
children anil all chronic. nonou aud surgical
dlboaeea ot a curable nature Early ciiDfiumu-
tion , bronchitis , bronchial catarrh , chrome
caiarrh , lieadu lie , ctmitipatlo. , stomach aud
bowel troubles , rheumatism neuralgia , sci
atica , Ilrlaht'a dlbraeokidney diseasesdUoaeoe
of the liver and blnddor , dizziness , uer > ousiio88 ,
liullRO tl"n , obesity interrupted mirition ,
slow growth in cuildro" . ud all wasting /tie-
eaeoii in adults , deformttle * cloh-feot curva-
> ure of the piiui , iliieaBes of the brain , pnraly-
e'e ' , heart disenio , dropsy , swelling o' the limbs ,
strfturo , opeu sores , pain lu the bouen. granu
lar enlargements and ull long.standing dis
eases properly treated ,
Dlood aud Shin IlIseaHes ,
Pimples , b'otchos , eruptions , liver spots , fall
iiiK nt the hair , bad complexion , eczema , throat
ulcere. line j ains , Madder tumbles , \\oak
back , burniiiK nrino. pa slug urine too oftea.
The ellocts of constitutional sickness or tlier
tnklnur of too much injurious medicine receives
searching treatment , prompt relict and a carer
Diseases of women , irregular menstruation ,
falling of the womb , beating dowu pains ,
female dieplacements , lack of sexual tone.
I encnrrhea. sterility or barrenness , consult
Dr Calduoll and she will ehow them the can o
of their trouble and the way to become cured.
Cancer * , Goiter , FUtula , 1'lles
aii'l enlarged glands treated with the subcu
taneous inject on method , absolutely without
pain and without tha loss of a drop of blood ,
Is one of her own discoveries and is really the
most scientific method of this advanced ag
Dr. Caldwell lias practiced her profession in
someot the largest hospitals throughout the
country. She hai no superior in the treating
and diagnosing diteaeea.detormltiet , etc , She
has lately opened an olllco In Omaha , Nebraska ,
where the will spend a portion of each weak
traatlrg her many patients. No incurable
cases accepted for treatment , Consultation
examination and advice , one dollar to those in
terested. Du. OR * GALDUELL & Co
Address all mall to lioa Building , Omaha
Does your head ache ? Pain
back of your eyes ? Bad
taste in your mouth ? It's
your liver ! Ayer's Pills are
liver pills. They cure consti
pation , headache , dyspepsia.
25c. Alt drugglitj.
Want your mouitache or beard a beautiful
brown or rich black ? 1 lien ue
BUCKINGHAM'S ' DYEttt'or ,
jO Ti , OF OjUWITt. OJ"J " * ' J4 lC _ _ ° 't * * ' * * , N H ,
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