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NIUWS : FRIDAY , SKl'-i EMIJEIl ' 25 , JD03.
No Question as to Cause of
) Marshall's Death.
PUNERAL THIS AFTERNOON.
No Dlnme Attaches to the Railroad
Company Whatsoever In the Mat
ter of the Electrician's Disastrous
Accident Coroner Was Here.
No Inquest was hold ever Ilio re
mains of M. I. . . Marshall , tlio elec
trician who was HO criiolly sliced to
pieces liy NorthwoHtorn trnliiH during
Monthly night. Coroner 1) . H. MoMa-
linn nrrlvotl In tlio city hint night from
Nowiimn Grove ami decided Unit thorn
wns no ( itiostlou an to tlio cnuno of
Funeral of Martin Luther Marshall.
Tlio funeral of tlio Into M. IMar -
Khali , who HUffort'tl such u horrlhlo
loath nn tlin Northwestern tnicks be
tween lioro and llaltlo Creole Monday
night , was hold fioin thn family rosl-
donee , 207 South Ninth Hlreot. thlH afternoon -
tornoon at II o'clock , tlio remaliiH be-
In C enclosed In a Honied I'lisKot. The
funeral services weie attended In a
body of Norfolk lent No (11 ( , Knights
of tlio Maccabees , of which the de
ceased was a member and tlio loll-
glous services worn conducted by Hov ,
.1. It. Clay , imHtnr of tlio llaptist
church. After lirlof services at the
linimo which were attended liy a largo
iiumher of relatives and friends , tlio
funeral cortege jiroceodod to Prospect
Hill cemetery whuro Inlormonl took
At the tlmo of the accident Mr. Mar
shall was In good standing In the
Maccaboo lodge and his family will
rocolvo the $1,000 called for hy his
beneficiary cortlllcato to assist thoni
ever the rough place occasioned by
the loss of tholr main support.
Mr. Marshall was a Nebraska boy ,
born near Omaha on March 111 , 1872.
I to has boon a resident of Norfolk
Hlnco an early day , coining here with
his parents , Mr. and Mrs. Pardon
Marshall , when yet quite a small boy.
On the 1 lth of September , seven
years ago ho was married. Hll/abetlt
Davis was the maiden name of his
bride , tlio wedding ceremony being
performed at Madison. Two children
were born to Mr. and Mrs. Marshall
Allen who was live years old In
March , and Milton who will bo three
In November. Besides his family , he
leaves his aged parents and live broth
ers and live sisters to mourn his un
timely death. The brothers are :
Gilbert Alien , John Wesley , ( Jeorgo
Washington , Kriicst Pardon and
Charles Kdward. The sisters are Mrs.
Harry Armstrong , Mrs. 10. A. Hall ,
Misses Louisa , Kmmn and ( trace Mar-
Hhall. All members of the family ov-
copt Mrs. Armstrong , who lives at
Columbus , maUo their homo In or near
Norfolk , and this Is the llrst time
they have been called on to mourn the
death of a member.
Mr. Marshall was a hard worker
and performed his duties well and
conscientiously. Mr. Bullock of the
electric light plant , by whom he was
employed , will lliul his place hard to
1111. On the night preceding his
death , they had talked together and
planned the work for the entire week ,
emphasising the fact that Mr. Mar
shall did his work In a manner that
did not require constant supervision ,
and when he undertook a job his em
ployer know that It would bo done
with satlstactlon to him and to the
patrons of the company as nearly as
Ho had numerous friends in and
around Norfolk , who will slncoroly
sympathize with the family In tholr
BATTLE STILL RAGING ,
Five Hundred Turks Have Been
Slnughtered at Krcsna Pass
"Constantinople , Sept. 21. Special
to The News : A fierce battle Is still
raging at Krcsna pass.
The latest report from the Hold ol
action Is that the rebels are holding
their own and have lost but a fu\s
The slaughter among the attacking
Turks Is terrific , live hundred of thorn
having given up their lives In an effort
fort to drive the rebels from their ap
jiarently impregnable stronghold.
; FATAL BATTLE WITH POLICE ,
Four Officers Chase Negro Crook
One Policeman Killed and
Philadelphia , Sept. 21. Special ti
The NewsIn n sensational running
battle between four policemen am
a negro crook , which took place it
the crowded streets of this city this
morning , ono policeman was killed
and the crook , also.
SIOUX CITY SUICIDE CLUB ,
Three Prisoners In the Sioux City
Jail Have Attempted Suicide
Since Monday ,
Sioux City , Sept. 24. Special to
The News : Slnco Monday three prls
onors confined In the Jail here havt
attempted snlcldo and Chlof Davenport
port Is of thw opinion that ho has i
largo membership of a well organized
buicldo club on his hands.
OLD TELEGRAPHERS CONVENH.
( old Their Twenty-Third Annual Re
union at Milwaukee ,
Milwaukee , Sept. H.The twenty-
hlrd annual munlon of Old Time Te-
egruphorR and Historical association
and Society of the United States Mill-
ury Telegraph Corps was held hero.
The convent Ion was called to order
> y President Kry. The first ceremony
was the deroiatlon of the executive
vllh the Morse medallion by Colonel
William Homier Wilson. A resolution
irovldlng for an amendment to the by-
awH to provide for the election of two
Ice ptcsldcnls Instead of one wan
adopted. A resolution of thanks was
voted the state of Pennsylvania for a
nodal which was conferred on Colonel
William Hender Wilson In recognition
of his Important services as a teleg
rapher during the raid and Invinlnn
Into the stale during the years 18U2 ,
1SG.1 and 18(11. (
Yatcs Scores Lynchers.
Carhoiidale. III. Sept. 2-1. Fully fi.-
100 veterans and tholr friends heard
Governor Yates speak on "Mobs" at
C/imp / Logan at the leunlon of the
Southern Illinois Soldiers' and Sailors'
association. Taking up mob rule , ( o
which seven persons In Illinois owed
death , he pointed out the baneful ef
fect which such a tecord had on the
people. Mob rule simply tore down
ho good Inlluences that the human
race had aecompllBhod during the
inst. The evidence at the trial of
ho Danville rioters shewed that five
of the men bent on unlawfully execut-
ng a negro for the alleged purpose of
mitoetlng the sacrednesa of their
tomes were wife heaters. "As I love
he memory of the past and revere the
lag that you veterans preserved , " said
he governor , "I will Keep my oath and
> nt every bayonet and every rlllo bo-
onglng to the state agnlnst the further
iso of lynch law and mob violence. "
Work of Farmers' Congress ,
Niagara Kails. N. Y. , Sept. 1M. At
: ho Farmers' National congress Or.
D. 1C. Salmon of Washington read a
paper on Infectious and contagious
llseases of farm animals and their of-
'oct on American agriculture , taking
; ho view that those diseases were well
copcu wiin ny me auinoruies ni pres
ent , and that while care was needed ,
Americans have little to fear from
: hls source. The committee on resolu-
tlonH killed In committee all resolu
tions of a uidlcal nature and will al
low only such lesolutlons as are of a
conservative chat actor to come before
Gusher Burns Three Men.
Montlcello. Ky. , Sept. I. Well No.
2 of the Kentucky Colonel OH com
pany gushed twenty feet high last
night and the accumulation of gas
caught flro from an engine boiler and
burned thrco men. Thomas Marsh ,
driller , and A. H. Adams , builder , were
probably fatally burned and Marshall
Marsh , driller , was seilonsly burned.
The lite was extinguished by driving a
packer In the well.
Incendiary Starts $300,000 Blnze.
Mellon. Wls. , Sept. 21. Incendiaries
started a fire which nearly wiped out
the village of Morse , causing a loss of
$300.000. partly covered by Insurance.
The sawmill and stoic of T. U. Chase
were destioyed , with (5.000.000 ( feet of
lumber. The fire also burned several
small buildings In the vicinity. The
blnzo Is believed to be due to a former
employe of the mill who was recently
McCorrnlck Calls on President ,
Oyster Hay. N. Y. . Sept. 2-1. Robert
S. McCornilck , ambassador of the
United States to Hussla , called upon
President Roosevelt. Though the visit
was made simply to pay his icspects
to the president before he returned to
his post at St. Petersburg , the execu
tive and Mr. McCornilck discussed
thoroughly Russian affairs so far as
they are of interest to the United
Canned Beef Is Poisonous.
I.aCrosse , Win. , Sept. 23. Mrs
Mary Russ. Mrs. George Williams nnd
two others were taken violently 111 as
the result of eating canned beef. All
have recovered except Mis. Russ , who
Is still In a serious condition. This
is the second family In the vlclnlt >
poisoned by eating canned beef dur
Ing the last two weeks.
TELEGRAMS TERSELY TOLD.
Foimer Senator Chailes. B. Farwol
died at his homo'In Ijiko Forest , 111.
of heart trouble after several months
The state department received a tel
egram from Senator Hanim at Monterey
roy , Mexico , reporting that yellow
fcrer had broken out there.
Harry A. Garlleld. son of the late
President Garfield. has accepted his
appointment to the chair of polltlca
jurisprudence at Princeton , ( N. J. ;
Seciotary Shaw authorizes the state
ment that owing to the scarcity of 2
per cent bonds , both for circulation
nnd as security for government deposits
posits , ho will renew refunding opera
tions to the extent of 520.000.000.
President Stlcknoy of the Chicago
Great Western railway , which has
Just entered the city of Omaha , has
Jumped into popular favor with the
public by reason of a donation of $2,50
to Omaha's new Auditorium building
fund. He gave Kansas City a simlla
amount for their audltoiium and tha
was at a tlmo when ho was pulling
$1.000.000 a year in traffic out of the
city. His shrewd movement wll
bring to the youngest Omaha railwaj
an Immense amount of business. The
Union Stock Yards company has given
the now Auditorium another $1.000
It Is safe to say that the now build
'ng ' will be ready for opening In a very
Store of Clinc & Fletcher is
RAILING WITH BLOODHOUND.
herlff Friable In Pursuit Polandcr
Bound Over Threatens Suicide.
Juvenile Tralnwreckcrs Let Out
Temporarily Ncllfjh Notes.
Nollgh , Neb. , Sept. 2 ! ! . Special to
'ho News : A telephone massage re-
elved by Sheriff Frlsblo this morn-
ng , states that the store of Cllno &
lotcher , at Hrunswlck , was broken
nto by burglars last night and HOV-
nil hundred dollars worth of goods
Mr. Frlsble Immediately secured
he Comstock hound from Oakdalo ,
ml IH now making for the scene of
10 robbery , determined to trace down
m thieves. This hound In the ono
hlch proved so successful In trail-
ig the Polandor , Kaslenskl , last
POLANDER THREATENS SUICIDE.
Was Bound Over In Sum of $1,000 ,
nnd Is Stilt In Jail.
Nollgh , Nob. . Sept. 23. Special to
'he News : Paul Kaslonskl , the Po-
andor against whom the charge of
tatutory rape Is placed , was ar-
algned before County .Indgo Finch
ostorday afternoon , and bound over
o district court In the sum of $1-
00. Ho was unable to furnish the
amo and was committed to Jail.
During last night Kaslonskl be-
amo morose and threatened suicide ,
lo IB being watched closely , how
ever , by Jailor Hosklnson and 'any
Utompt of this kind will bo frns-
rated. This man was only captured
hiough the untiring efforts of Shor-
ft Frlsblo , who followed the fugitive
ay and night until ho had secured
ilm. The Polander escaped once
The four Juvenile offenders who
vero brought up from Oakdalo were
leant In preliminary trial before
Tudgo Finch yesterday , and wore let
ml until October 5 upon their own re-
cognly.ance , In the sum of $200. The
charge against them Is qnlto sorlous
is they wore caught obstructing the
ailroad track between this city and
Miss Hertha Wlllo , daughter of
ostmastor Wlllo , loft this morning
for New Orleans to enter her second
year's work In teaching music In the
.Ionic Institute of that city. Miss
Wlllo has acquired considerable of a
reputation and has developed wonder-
'ul proficiency In this line during the
last three years.
LIKELY FED MURDERER MADISON ,
Stranger Answering the Description
of Madison Appealed for Food.
TTpland , Neli. , Sept. 21. Special to
The News : A stranger answering
.he description of Murderer Madison
n every detail , appeared at a farm
louse near here and appealed foi
food. The fellow was fed and was
ilso given some morphine pills. Lie-
fore the drug had had time , however ,
to hocfinio thoroughly effective , the
nan supposed to ho Madison escaped.
WILSON TCl-LS OF
Says General OutlcoU for Farm Prod
ucts Is Most Favorable.
Washington , Sept. 1 ! ! . Secretary
Wilson ot the agricultural dopaitmont
returned to Washington from Ogden ,
Utah , \\here he delivered a speech ho-
foio the irrigation congioss Ills
Journey both ways took him through
the heart of the torn holt , and ho
"The corn ciop , .wing to the pecu
liarity of the no. i/on. was late and
light. Heavy Hoods dostrojed It on
bottom lands to a great extent. Con
tinued lalns throughout Juno and July
saturated the- level Innds and retarded
the growth of corn. The trost has In
jured la siioaUs. Through central
Iowa peihaps one quarter of the crop
has been' touched hy the freeze , but ,
what has not been affected by frost Is
ripening rapidly with this fine weath
er. Iowa , lor Instance , will not have
as mtuiy hnshol * as last year , but will
produce more No. 2 corn than last
year. There will bo plenty of. corn
In the rountiy because feeding was
very extensive last year , as the corn
was of such a character that H had to
be fed. Feeding last year was un
profitable. Veiy many feeders lost
money , Iherolote they will feed less
"As to wheat , threshing has been
delayed by rainy weather. If the pres
ent good weather continues It will
progress rapidly. In considering the
wheat crop wo must take account of
all the wheat growing countries. We
are getting Into telegraphic relation
ship with most of the European coun
tries so as to ho able to estimate the
world's crop more closely than has
heretofore been done. Taking our
farm products as a whole there Is an
abundance In the land. "
Naphtha Works Ablaze.
St. Petersburg. Sept. 24. A fire has
broken out at the Oalicbat naphtha
works , belonging to the firm of Nobel ,
at Baku , and has already caused dam-
ace amounting to $2.500.000. The
works have been completely destroyed
and the fire is still spreaddlns.
DAIRD ACCUSES RICHARDS.
Man In Prison for Robbery Says It
Was Planned by Deputy Marshal.
Imllanola , la. , Sept. 24. A surprise
was sprung at the trial of ox-Doptity
United States Marshal W. A. Richards.
IllchardH Is accused of the robbery
of Mr. and Mrs. P. Sullivan at Hain't ,
ton Now Year's eve , for complicity In
which crime Frank Dalrd Is now nerv
ing a Huvuntoon yearn' nontonco. Two
thousand dollars was secured by the
three ImndltB. Halrd went on the wit
ness stand and testified that Richards
planned the lohhory In the presence
of witnesses , summoned him by tele
gram on the day of the lobbery and
assisted him and Charles Hcdrup , a
cook , In the crime.
CHICAGO COUPLE FOUND DEAD.
Man and Woman Shot , with No Osten
sible Reason for the Deed.
Chlrago , Sept. 24. The dead bodies
of Man let Elizabeth Weber and Ino-
ccntl Talamlnl , n marbl" cutter , were
found on Lexington avenue. IJoth
had been shot twice and while there
are Indications that the mini shot the
woman and then killed himself , there
are other features to the ease that
makn It bomewhat mysterious. Arthur
M. Tanrlc , with whom the dead worn
an hail made her homo , will bo held
by the police until after the Inquest.
There Is no evidence crediting him
with the shooting , but ho Is detained
as a witness.
Mnn Hunt Quickly Ended. '
North Vernon. Ind. . Sept. 21 Will
lam Wllkerson. a cltboti of this place ,
\vhllc Intoxicated diovo bin lamlly
from home. Marshal Schwako was
appealed to , and upon entering the
premises was warned by WilKorson to
proceed no further. The marshal
paid no attention and was shot and
Instantly killed by Wllkorson. Wither-
eon Immediately started for the coun
try , and many citizens joined In the
chase. Half a mile from town Wllker-
eon was surrounded , but killed himself
with the same gun with which he had
hot Marshal Schwake.
Chicago , Sept. 24. Settlement of
labor difficulties by armtration has
been fiowned upon by the teamsters'
Joint council , and as a result the Chicago
cage board ot arbitration , which has
erdcd may disputes between employ
ers nnd employes , will.In all probabil
ity bo disbanded. The joint council
of teamsters has adopted a resolution
removing Its representatives from the
boaid of'arbitration and ptovlding
that In the future all questions affectIng -
Ing the welfare of the teamsters shall
be referred to a temporary board of
adjustment. Dissatisfaction with the
findings of the board Is the excuse
given by the teamsters' Joint council
for their action.
Lake War Is Spreading.
Cleveland , Sept. 24. Developments
In the trouble which threatens to
bring the commerce of the great lakes
to n stoppage give no indication of an
early settlement. On the other hand ,
the dllllculty for the first tlmo took
the form of the usual strike , a condi
tion heretofore lacking , the men on
the United States Steel corporation
fleet simply having left their boats
on the plea that they were sick. The
Independent vessel men state that If
they can not tow the vessels of the
steel corporation they will tie np
their own craft for the season and
thus put an end practically to all lake
commerce for the season. Another
meeting will bo held today.
Great Northern Settles.
St. Paul , Sept. 21. The controversy
between the engineers and firemen
and the Oroat Northern road was ami
cably settled Each side made some
concessions. The firemen have been
granted a slight Increase In wages ,
bringing their schedule to a parity
with those of various other transcon
tinental lines. No Increase Is granted
the onglnemon , but numerous minor
changes wore made In the working
Minneapolis Millers Out.
Minneapolis , Sept. 24. All the Min
neapolis llonrlng mills were closed In
definitely at midnight. At that hour
all the men quit work , excepting a few
who remained to allow the rolls to
run clean. There was no disorder.
Most of the mills have notices that
all who dn not report for work can
consider themselves discharged. The
strike Involves about 1.700 men.
MAYOR LOW IS RENOMINATED.
Republicans and Citizens' Union of
New York Agree on Him for Leader.
New York. Sept. 24. The Republic
an nnd Citizens' Union city conven
tions met last night , the former at
Grand Central Palace nnd the latter
at Cooper Union , and nominated to
head the city ticket the candidates
decided on at the conference of the
anti-Tammany forces , Seth Low for
mayor , with Edward M. Grout for
comptroller and Charles V. Fornes
for president of the board of alder
men. The nomination of Mayor Low
was voted unanimously.
Dog Held to Be a Chattel.
San Francisco , Sept. 23. The United -
ed States court of appeals has been
called on to decide whether a dog Is a
chattel and subject of larceny. P.
C , Burkul , a resident of Hampart ,
Alaska , has appealed to the court from
a decision of District Judge Wicker-
sham of Alaska , who , In a lengthy
opinion , sustained the action of an
Alnakan JuMlco of the peace , who com
mitted Burkul to jail for the theft of
a dog valued at $34. Judge Wicker-
shaw says that while the word dog
Is not specified In the statutes relat
ing to larceny , nevertheless It may bo
considered a chattel.
To be tired ojtt from hard work or bodily
exercise is natural nnd rest is the remedy , but
there is nu exhaustion without physical exer
tion nnd n tired , never-rested feeling a weari
ness without work that is unnatural nnd shows
Boine serious disorder is threatening the health , One of the chief causes of
that "Always-tired , never-rested condition" is impure blood nnd bad circu
lation. Unless the body is nourished with rich , pure blood there is lack of
nervous force , the inus- , _ . . . . , , , , .
, , . . . .
. , 4 , For ever four yearn I suffered with general debility.
Clcs Dcconiecak , tlicdlonUBiiiKn thorough bronklnKdown of rny system. My
Festloil nntmircd. and cousin , who had boon bonclltod by B. 8. S. , told m
n . , l disorder : . . . . . , "bout It. I tried it ami it ourod me. I heartily re-
general occurs commend H. B. a. to nil who may feel the need of
throughout the system , thoroughly ( rood blood tonlo. YOUTB.triily . ,
t"i * i * i * Al j.tc5t JO8I-iK J ± * iiiiLi X A.IN *
Debility , insoninm , ncr44 W. Niuth Bt. , Columbia , Tonn.
votisncss , indigestion ,
dysjiepsia , loss of appetite , strength and energy , and the hundreds of little
ailments we often have are due directly to a bad con
dition of the blood nnd circulation , nnd the quickest
way to get rid of them is by purifying and building
tip the blood , and for this purpose no remedy equals
S. S. S. , which contains the best ingredients for
cleansing theblood and toning up the system. It is a vegetable blood purifier
and toniccombincd , thatcnnchcs theblood , nnd through it the entire system
is nourished and refreshing sleep comes to the tired , never rested , body.
THE SWifTSPECIFIC CO. . ATLANTA ? CA ,
Are n Positive Cure for Indigestion ,
Constipation , Fcnvers , Foul and weak
Stomachs. A noted doctor of Chicago
stated that he liclicvcd n 50c. box ol
Slocum's Worm Cake would give
more relief than 50 worth of ordinary
doctor's fees. Price SOcts. by matt
on'y- ' R. v. SLOCUM
725 W. North Avenue , Chicago , 111.
Blood Hound Traces Brunswick
Robbers Through Ewing.
FOLLOW FROM EWING TODAY.
Thieves Have a Lead of But Fifteen
Miles and It Is Believed They Will
Soon be Captured Took$600Worth
Ewlng , Neb. , Sept. 2' ! . Special to
The News : The Oalulale blood hound
loft Ewing this morning at G o'clock ,
hot on the trail of the burglars who
robbed the store at Brunswick Tues
day night , following It In a southwest
erly direction from here , and It Is be *
llovcd that the robbers are not more
than fifteen miles In advance of the
pursuing posse , headed by Sheriff
Friableof Antelope county. The trail
was followed to a point twenty-two
miles west of Brunswick last night
and there lost for a short tlmo , but
after retracing for a mile It was
again picked up and led Into this
town and the man and dog left here
at G o'clock , confident of success.
No one here saw the burglar out
fit , but It Is judged that they passed
through the town about midnight and
Is it considered that they have not
ever fifteen miles start on the pur
ESTIMATE THEIR LOSS.
Cllne & , Fletcher Place the Value of
Goods Taken at $600.
Brunswick , Nob. , Sept. 21. Special
to The News : The Comstock blood
hound that was put on the trail of
the burglars who robbed the store of
Cllno Fletcher hero Tuesday night
was on a hot scent last night at 8
oclock , having followed the trail tea
a point sixteen miles west , and those
who arc following the dog are con
fident that before another day has
gone they will have either the bur
glars or tlio goods , or both. Messages
have been sent on ahead ever the
country Informing officers of the bur
glary and instructing them to arrest
suspicious characters , so that the
nhrmppc nf ospmiovnnlil ntinnnr slim
It was found that the thieves had
carried the goods from the store a
distance of about 200 feet where they
were loaded Into the wagon and the
dog found It an easy matter to pick
up a fresh scent and followed It rapIdly -
Idly and easily west.
At the tlmo the burglary was dis
covered , a hasty Investigation seemed
to show that about $100 worth of
goods wero. taken , but a careful in
ventory has slnco been made and the
proprietors now estimate their loss
at $ GOO , mostly in valuable dress
BIG TOUR FOR THE AUTOS.
Run Will be Made Between Boston
and New York Tomorrow.
Now York , Sept. 21. Special to
The News : All arrangements 1mvo
been completed by the Automobile
club of America for Its run from this
city to Boston and return. The start
will bo made from the club house of
the organization tomorrow morning.
In all about r > 25 miles will bo cov
ered. Each day's run will bo "go as
you pleaso" and the members will
rendezvous at the night stops In Hart
ford , Boston , Springfield , Pittsfield ,
School tablets at The News offlco.
She Has Cured Thousands
Given np to Die.
Practicing Aleopathy , Home
oputhy , Electric mid Gen
Will , by request , visit professionally
NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , PACIFIC
HOTEL , THURSDAY , OCT.
1 , ONE DAY ONLY
returning p\ery fournoekg Commit her wlulo
ttie i > n > ortui it ) ib at luuul
DP. CALDWEt.r. , limits her prcct co to tl.e
Biiociul treatment of iliBiuses of the eye , e.ir
iHi-fl , ilirrmt , IUUVK , femnlo dieoneos , diseases of
cli.ldron Hull flilclimiiic. uonou iiuil Mirtncal
( liteiiBfB of n curable nature 1'nrly constant
tion , bronchitis , brunt hnil catnrrli , rliromc
riitiirrh , lioadii he , conttipatio , stomach anrt
bouol troubles , rlieumnttimi ueuraldia , sci-
n'lCH , I rlfflit'8 clietiifokicluey diseased , dlteaeoe-
of the lUer and blmliler , dizziness , uowiusuone.
imliKoHi n , oboe ty lulorriiptoii iniritlon.
blowirrowtliinchlldre'.timl nil wasting Alt.
eafe. in adults , ilefo mitim clnb-feet cnrva-
ure i of the | iino , dl ease of the brain , paraly
sis , lieartdlseatu , dropsy , BwolliuK o' th limbs.
Btrirturo , "pen suren , pain in the boue . granu
lar enlargements nnd nil lout ? etnmliuc dis
eases properly trentot.
Illodd mid .Skin UN HHPS ,
rimploB. b'otehos , eruptions , U\cr spots , fall
Intf of thn hair , bad complexion eczema , throat
ulrom. hoe | aius , Madder t rubles , weak-
back , burning nrlno pa slog urine too often.
Tlin elTocU of constitutional Blcknets or thcr
taking of too much injurious medicine receives
seftfch ng treatment , prompt relief aud u cars
Diseases o ( 'women ' , irregular
falling of the omb , bearing down pain" ,
female .lUplacoments , lack of sexual ton.
I enp rthea sterility or barrenness , consult
Dr Caldwol ! and she 111 thpw them the can >
of their trouble and the way to become cured.
CnnrerH , n..ltor , ,
an lonlarcflil glands treated with the Hnbcu' .
tiinoous inject ou method , absolutely without
pain nnd without the loss r-f a drop of blood
Is one of her own discoveries nnd is renlly the
most bcieut He method of this !
Dr. Caldwell has practiced her profession age In
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and diagnosing dUeasos. de'ormlties , etc ! She
has lately opened nn oillce laOmaha.Nobraeka
whor Mie will spend n portion of each week
treat ! g her many patients. No Incurable
cases accepted for treatment
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