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Tlll'l NOKKOl.K NKWS : 1'IIIDAY KKIIItUAKY 8. I'.IOO. '
$ NEWS EDITOR DESCRIBES TRIP
THROUGH UNIQUE TOWN.
THERE IS NO OTHER LIKE IT
Little , Narrow Streets , Just Wide
Enough For Team to Pnes Through ,
are Thronged With Indians , Mex
icans , Spnnlnrds nnd Other Things.
On Hoard the Kansas CUy , Mexico
and Gulf Special , Headed Noith From
the CUy of Mexico , January 10. Fiom
n slaff correspondent : Tlio Stlllwell
parly of millionaires lefl the City of
Mexico at . " > o'clock lasl evening on
the Mexican Central rallioad , which
Ira verses the control part of llio 10-
public In a northwesterly direction to
121 Paso , Texas , a distance of 1121
miles : . Our Immediate destination Is
Chihuahua , pronounced Chownwa. 200
miles from the border , where wo strike
; tOO miles of road already built Unit
U will become n link In the Kansas City ,
Mexico and Orient , when It is coin-
L To give a description of the City of
Mexico after a visit of two days , a
considerable portion of which time was
taken up with special fcatiuos , is sim
ply oul of the question. To got a coin-
in ohensivo Idea of this most remark
able city on llio American continent ,
would require two months of active
sight seeing , and I am not going to at-
tempi to do anything wllh It ex
cept In a most supeillclal way. Any
thing moie would lie unfair to the sub
ject and unfair to the writer and would
withal be ridiculous.
Different From Other Cities.
Tlieio Is nothing else In America
just like the City of Mexico not even
in Mexico Itself Is there any town that
will compare \villt II. Here Cortex
found a substantial city when he
reached the valley of Mexico in 1521
and a state of civilisation found no-
wliero else on the western continent.
At Hint time the City of Mexico was
built on small Islands In the midst of
a great lake , which has since been
drained Causeways had been built
by Ihe ancients to the mainland and
at the outer end of one of these was
' , . \
> the citadel of Montozunin , who was
the ompeior of the country , loealed at
W i the top of a high mountain or biitte ,
p" 3CO feel above llio siirioundlng plain ,
giving a commanding view of llio
country and impregnable to the on-
slaughls of enemies. This is sllll the
white house of Mexico and heio lives
President Diaz , In a palace which
blonds llio ancient with llio modern ,
and is llio most regal residence in the
Yellow Humanity Swarms Streets.
I am at a loss how to describe the
City of Mexico. There is nothing In
our country to compare it with. The
buildings are all of stone , brick- , mar
ble , cement and adobe , no wood being
u&od except in the interior finishings ,
doors nnd window frames. Tlio rea
e son for this is that there is scaicolj
any timber in this country , while stouo
is abundant. The residences as well
as the business houses are built Hush
with the street line , so that a view
down one of the streets of the city is
like looking down a tunnel , with solid
walls on either side. The streets
themselves aie very narrow , not more
than forty or fllty feet wide , with side
walks three or four feet In width. Up
and down these canal like openings a
mass of motley humanity , consisting
of Mexicans , Indians , Spaniards and
Americans keep rushing back and
forth. ' The buildings , except the
churches , never exceed three stories
in height and most of those in the busi
ness quaitors are only two stories ,
while many arc one. Every vacant
lot is suriomuled by a stone wall as
tall as a one-story building , so that
there is no relief from the feeling of
being hemmed In on all sides while in
the streets of Mexico. Kvcry enclo
sure , is continuous clear around the
block. There are no alleys , the streets
themselves being little more than the
width of an alley In an American city.
Not much effort is wasted In deco
rations on the exterior of even the
best buildings , which present a solid
front of masonry as far as the eye can
see , ending abruptly at the top , for
Hat roofs which slope away from the
street arc universally used. What
windows open on the streets are al
ways piotected by Iron gratings. A
bird's eye view of the city gives a
scene of a great expanse of light gray
blocks , between which are deep nar
row lanes , relieved hero and there by
the towers of the cathedral and church
es , of which there are many.
Flowers All Inside.
largo enough to drive a team tlnough ,
and when one gains admission to the
portals , ho finds an Interior court that
presents a scene of beauty. The house
Is built around this central court , and
hero the decorative art of the nation
is brought into play. Covered bal
conies , from which open the doors of
the various apartments , face the court ,
In the ccntor of which is a sparkling
' fountain , nearly alwajs snriounded by
the most exquisite tropical plants and
flowers. In the business part of town ,
where room is valuable , shops and
stores often face the central court.
The same style of architecture prevails -
vails with the rich and the poor not
only throughout the City of Mexico ,
but the whole republic as well. Every
building presents a cold exterior , the
decoration all being reserved for the
interior court. So that , while In the
land of flowers , not one Is seen until
a person gains access to the central
court , except in the public parks and
in 'the little open spaces surrounding
Ihe cathedral and churches where the
public Is given the bi'iiHH of llmul
Snow the Ycnr Round.
Uecause Mexico lies In the far south ,
because It In In the tropical 70110 , It
Is popularly supposed that the cllmnto
is hot This Is a mistake. The valley
and City of Mexico are moio than 7-
( ion foot above the sea level , and this
uflocls the climate very materially.
During the day , while the hut rays of
the sun glare down through the Innos
sun minded by solid masonry and ro
lled from the stone or cement pavo-
iiK'tits , tt Is uncomfoitably warm. Hut
In the shade one will always find It
cool , sometimes cold , while a person
abroad at night always wants an over
coat. Snow Is visible the > oar round
on the summits of Popncateptl and Ix-
taccihnnll , the first 17.7SJ feet high
and the latter Ifi.ono. both oxllrlct vol
canoes , forty miles distant.
Tills Is a Catholic country and the
Cltj of Mexico abounds In chinches
of magnificent splendor , all of them
bearing Ihe marl ; of antiquity. The
cathedral Is the finest In the city and
In fact the miisl elegant In the i "pub
lic. History recites that when Cot to/
entered the city ho lound an Aztec
leniplo of much splendor wheio tlio
cathedral now stands , and this was
destroyed In 1C21 and the foundations
of the present cathedral wore laid. It
was In ought to Its present state of
perfection In 17)1. ! ) when the towers
wore completed , although the building
was dedicated In 1fG7. ! The building
Is over IOO feet In length , 177 feet
wide , and the heighth from ( lie roof
lo the tiles of the floor Is 179 feet.
The Immensity of this gicat building
is apparent Immediately one enters
the building. Twenty massive col
umns separate the nave from the
aisles and support the vaulted roof ,
that under the lofty dome Is shaped In
the loim of a Latin cioss. The dome
is handsomely painted in pictures of
sacred history , while the great altars
are Inlaid in solid gold , which the
guide informed us , had not been oven
polished since it was placed In Its
present position , llesldes the nllais
there aie fomteen minor chapels in
( lie cathedral dedicated to various
saints. It is said that a person cannot
visit the cathedral at any time of the
the dn > that he will not find n service
An Interesting People.
'I'he people of Mexico are perhaps
the most interesting feature of the
city. The Mexicans are composed of
Spaniards , Indians , descendants ol tlio
ancient Aztecs , ami half-breeds. In
the CUy of Mexico proper are said to
be lion.non people , while In the district
of Mexico , which is contiolled by the
national government on a plan slmi-
which includes si number of suburban
towns , there aie ( iOO.OOO inhabitants
IL is a city of the very rich and tlio
very poor. The high class Spaniards
Ihe in mansions , dress essentially like
Americans and ride about in elegant
equipages. The Mexicans , half-breeds
and Indians , who are generally
quite dark in color , and who swarm
thf streets , arc a very different class
of people. Theie are but two articles
of appaiel that the male Mexican
seems to he particular about. These
are the hat or sombrero , which is big
and biond and may be made of straw
or felt , and the /.erape , worn over the
shoulders on all occasions. Outside
of these articles it does not matter
what ho wears , the general covering
for the lower part of the body being
a pair ofbine overalls , and anything
or nothing outside the yerapo over tlio
upper part. Sometimes ho wears
shoes but more often ho has only san
dals or is barefooted. The ladles of
high degree sometimes wear hats that
look like home , but more often the
Spanish mantilla of black or white
lace , which is often allowed to slip
down on the shoulders and display the
densely black ti esses of the wearer.
The middle class and Indian women
one meets on the stieets wear the
sanio kind of headgear , but they sel
dom place it over their heads , usually
Very , Very Poor.
It Is a notable fact that in this great
city there are very few drays and
truck wagons. .Icon labor appears to
be cheaper hero than horses and
mules. The Mexican works for 35
cents a day , Me.x. , or 17M : cents gold ,
and ho transports everything that can
lie carried , when the article is heavy
two or four getting around it and tak
ing It on a dog trot to its destination.
During the time wo wore in the city
a Mexican with a coffin on his back
was seen several times going up the
streets. So poor are the poor here
that thousands of them huddle togeth
er in cramped quarters at night , while
It is said that there arc several thou
sand men , women and children who
have not oven the semblance of a
homo , earning their food during the
dav and settling down on the sidewalk
anywhere for a few hours rest at
Good Street Cars.
The first day spent In the city , the
party wore guests of Mr. Stlllwoll In
a street car ride to Tacubaya , a su
bnrh 15 miles out , which gave n
glimpse of rural life. By the way , the
City of Mexico has a splendid street
car s > stem , which roaches overj
suburb within twenty miles , and cvorj
car returns to a central station near
I ho cathedral , so that If a person gets
lost all he has to do is to take n car
and it will bring him to the centra
part of the city. On this ride , peons
were seen on their way to marke
with tlio products of their fields. Little
tlo burros piled two or three time
tlioir own height with hay , straw o
corn woru passed , while Mexican
i mi In itrinjj baskets on their
In n < l can v Ing lettuce onlmiH , rail
Islies. Mt aw berries , fiulls and othei
vegetalites Theie aie frequent canal *
along the imile taken and Invailnbl.v
.IIH UIPMO were crossed gicat IOVVH of
j \vonion would bo seen kneeling b >
the water Hide doing the family wash.
Mi rough alone partly submoigod doing
jnonlpo as n wanhhoard.
Presented to Dlnz ,
Yesterday , the last day of our visit ,
the members of the party were pre
sented by Mr. Stlllwoll lo Piesldonl
Olant bis home , an unusual coutlosy
extended to the excursionists , and later
or were Mr. SI 111 well's guests al lunch.
It was slated thai the home of the
president of the republic Is al Chapul-
tepec , situated on a hill 3RO foot above
the surrounding plains Hoto Is n
fortress of stone , i cached by a bro.id
driveway on one side and a sleep loot
path on the other. Up this path the
pilgrims climbed ami were rewaided
by I ho most unusual exporlonco of a
llfo time. After clicnltoiiH windings
the top was i cached , and then there
was a long tramp on a pavement nude
of lava stones , past tlio ImrracUn of
the soldiers who serve as a body guard
lo the president , then past the military
school , Chnpultopcc being the West
Point of Mexico as well as the white
house , until al lasl we weio received
house , until al lasl wo were recloved
by President Diaz , standing upon the
balcony of the castle. Tlio president
Is a giand old man , 70 yeais of age ,
wlio has done much to bring order out
of chaos In his country. Mr. Stlllwoll
told the president through an Inter
preter who tluj party aie , and the
president miido a graceful reply , which
was alFO Interpreted. Then each
member of Ihe pinty advanced and
ihook hands with the president , after
which a IIIHe time was given to visit
the castle and Its gardens. The castle
if Chapiiltepec Is of regal magnifi
cence. Situated at tlio summit of a
high hill with sides sloping to Hie
foundations of Hie building , which pre
sent a smooth perpendicular front , up
which It would be Impossible for an
enemy to climb , II hus served In past
< s n fortress as well as the residence
nl the chief executive. The hundreds
of apartments of the castle are ele
ganlly furnished in the most expen
sive furnituie of many ages , while the
Avails are elaborately decorated in
gold , silver and bronze. A marble
sl-ilrway leads to a roof garden , lie-
side which all othcis In llio republic
pale into Insignificance , the most gor
geous flowers and plants Imaginable
being in full bloom. I will not attempt
lo give mimes of plants , for many of
I hem me tiopical and unfamiliar ,
though beautiful , but loses and a lew
.veil known blossoms weie observed.
The whole ol Cliapullepec hill is alhi )
narKeil and beautiful llowers and
ilantR abound on every side.
Whnt They Eat.
After inspecting tills palace , the
nembers of ( lie paity letiunei' to the
loot of the hill , where they weio
guests of Mr. Stillwell at Cafe Chapul-
epee , a romantic place in 1,110 midst
of a bountiful park. There weie pres
ent many of tlio notables of Mexico
nid it was one of the finest affairs
) f tlio kind ever attended. The menu
was excellent , as yon may well know ,
when you see it. The card lend as fol-
llors d' Oenvre
Conlre-fllot au.x Pommos Mncalro
Glaces , Potlts 1'ours
Caie , The
Cafe Hcstauiant do Cliapultopcc ,
Lo IS Janvier , lOOfi.
W. N. H.
Superior engraved cards The News
HORSE ITCH ONSANTEE RESERVE
Dr. Meyers Finds Plague Impossible to
Stamp Out Reds Won't Aid.
A form of itcli Is piovalent among
he horses on the Santee Agency and
in the surrounding country , according
to Dr. J. C. Myers , who has just returned - |
turned from a trip to Creighton and |
This disease is M ) pievalont that It
will only be possible to stamp it out
by concerted action which Is Impoh-
blblo at prohent. The farmers aio per
fectly willing to clean up their horses
and rid them of all infection but the
Indians will not aid in the work , so
re-Infection cannot bo prevented.
An effort will bo made by State
Veterinarian McKIrn to induce the In
dian authorities' to aid In the effort to
stamp out the disease. When the itch
first came a number of the farmers
were badly worried for fear that skin
disease had broken out among the
horses. An Infected horse rubs and
biles Itself continually until largo
spots are bare of hair and In many
places scabs have formed , which ruin
the looks of the liorso entirely.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Abso
Kvery mother should know that
Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy Is per
fectly safe for children to take , as It
contains nothing harmful. Kor sale by
Farmers bring In your repair work
for spring. I will save you 20 % , as I
have the time and am prepared to do
the work. Paul Nordvvlg.
Every want ad IB ready "by 2,500
people each day. They coat one pen
ny per word.
OPEN WINTER KEXPS PEOPLE
ALIVE OETTCn IN NEBRASKA.
PEOPLE GET MORE FRESH AIR
Cold Snaps Alwnyn Pile up the Dcnth
Lists Dccnusc People Stay Indooin ,
Dicntlic Dad Air , Feel Draughts nnd
Lower Their Vitality.
The dealli rate of Norfolk IB ntendl-
ly di'crcaHliig according lo the rec
ords of local undertakers. During
I'Kifi Ihe number of deaths reported In
Norfolk and vliilnlly wan tweutv per
rent , belnvv that of the average of a
number of preceding vears. For Ihe
last three mouths of the yeai the d > .
( r no In the number of denlliH
bundled by Ihe coroners WIIH more
than half of the previous year , Decem-
her mil showing a single death us re
ported by Ihe local undoi'lnkers.
Willie this condition locally Is one
of deep gratification lo the people It Is
a general one and prevails throughout
Nebraska. Johborn and manufacliir
ers of undcitakcis' supptlcM report
thai their business fur tlio past .vear
ban been fully one-llflh less Hum ( hat
nf anv preceding year.
The climate of Nebraska Is given
uroat credit for this change In ( he
death rate. The experience of under
takers In ( he slate ban been that ( ho
uroalost number of deaths occur In
the winter and glow less as the winter
Is more open. Uvory Rtielcli of severe ,
cold weather piles up the number of
lieallm ami n period of warm , sunshiny
days teverses conditions completely.
This IB nccounlcd for largely be
cause persons are shut in during the
cold weather , breathe bnd air and are
subject lo draughts. Their vitality Is
lowered and , In the poorer hygienic
conditions , contract Illnesses which
I bey are unable lo overcome The In
crease In denlha during severe weath-
< T IH mostly among the poorer classes ,
who have badlv ventilated and poorly
heated homos to live In , who are
crowded Into lee small n living space
nnd are unable to buy ( lie proper food
In keep their bodies In condition to
withstand tlio cold. Among I ho more
prosperous classes the Increase in
deaths In cold wealhor Is vary slight.
Ceorgo F. lloyd of Onkdalo Is In the
M. C. Ilazen Is transacting bushiest )
W. H. llnttei field made a trip to
Hrnest Mansko is talcing a vacation
In Klrinv Pllv
Louis Poessnocker came up fioin
Dr. K.V. . Williams hns gone to
Omaha on business.
Mr. ami Mrs. F. 1C. Melcber have re-
tinned fiout St. Joseph.
Miss Nora SterricK relumed to Hal-
tie Cieek Friday morning.
C. 15. Wright of Humphrey stopped
over night In Norlolk.
Miss Myrtle Hoyor has gone lo Hattie -
tie CrecK for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Falk of Hosklns
were in the olty yesterday.
Mrs. W. W. JlohcrtN has returned
from a trip ( a the Pacific coast.
Miss Anna Krenzln of Stnnton was
shopping In Noifolk Thursday.
Ira'Hull Is heio fiom Lyons for a
visit with Ills molhor and friends.
Henry Ilasenpflug IB visiting frloilds
at Monowl and Lynch this week.
Mrs. O. II. Maas and son , I-Mward ,
aie visiting hero from Hnttlo Crook.
A. llasmusscii and It. Hasmussen of
Iloldon spent Thursday night In Noi-
Sheiiff Page of Flllmoro county was
In Norfolk Thursday moinlng on busi
Senator W. V. Allen of Madison
ciime up Thursday evening on busi
Mrs O. U. Idler loft at noon today
tor Lincoln after a month's visit with
Mrs. Hlndman and daughter , Clarice
of Niobrara , spent Thursday morning
Miss Opal Madsen left this noon for
Lincoln , whoie she will attend Wcs-
U. J. Ilonsh of 151 rn Crcok Is visiting
W. J. While In Norfolk. He Is on
ils way to Sioux City.
Mrs. A.V. . Barge of Ilosklns am
A. H. Brandon of Haitlngton are visitIng -
Ing at the J. L. Lyndo homo.
,1. If. Diinlmr of White Lake , S. D.
who has been visiting his son , Ira L
Dunbar , returned homo today.
l oiils Porter of Ponca Is In the city
Carl Falk of Ilosklns Is building anew
W. II. Johnson loft for Chicago and
Now York Friday morning to buy his
Mr. and Mrs George Davenpor
came over from Madison Friday to at
tend the Klks' danco.
W. A Kmory returned from Ewlng
yoHti-rday whore ho had been looking
after business Interests.
Hugh Mullen returned to Gram
Island Friday after visiting for sovora
days with his parents hero.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hayes returned
Thursday from Omaha where they at
tended the performance of Hen Hur.
15. E. Coleman hns gone to Battl
Creek to Invoice the stock of an 1m
plement store acquired by D. E. Duffj
Arthur Brubaker of Belden Is visit
Ing with H. Miller while enrouto t
Battle Creek , whore ho will take u
Miss Edna Durland came down from
Plalnvlow yesterday and left tor Lin
( .in fiid.iv in - * \ \ * livnti univii
iiv Mis Duiliinil w III tmlv Klnili'i
nCli n \\iii K
Ili-v .1 F. I'oiicher. < ' 10. Dmighl.v
mdV. . II. ( 'IniU have gone to ( 'relth- )
on to Join with the CrolKhloii Odd Fel-
own In Hpoolnl relebuitlmi at which
Ii. Pouchor will deliver nn nddri'HH.
Dr ,1 , U. MncKny will lenvo thU
vcnliiK for I lot Springs , S. D , where
n < will rest n \ voU In ( ho hope thai
IM nnlilo , which wan recently broken ,
vlll lie healed ill * In better Mlmpti The
njnrod member 1mn nut been dolnu
veil of lato.
MTH. \ . II Ulcker , who has hold her
I'Hlflonco on Smith rirtc-onth Ktrect
0 Carl Heyendorf of Rtnnlnn , will VH !
1 frlendH here for a time and will then
o ( o Vermont to ninlio her future
iiimo. Mr. Me.veiulorf , now n retired
armor from Htanlon county , will re-
Ido In Norfolk.
The minimi parl.v or the 151I < H will
tc RlM'll lit the club VOOIIIH liillluht
Mr. and Mrs. FrnnU McNeely will
ccupy Ihe hoiiKe recent I.v vacated by
V W. Hubert *
Mrs.V. . N. Huso entertained at diner
or liiHl I'veulmt The evening was
pent plavlng five hundred.
A twelve pound daughter vvnx horn
iin momlng at the home of Mr. and
Irn. C. II. ItOHchul ! mi South Tenth
Word ban been received of Ihe ar-
Ival of MIH. F. 0.VnltoiH on Ihe
slhiiiiiH where she has gone to Join
John \V Tannehlll bus arrived safe-
y on Ihe IslhmiiH of Panama and linn
een assigned to duty OH assistant
oHtmiiHler of Aiifon.
Miss May Olnoy entertained the
owing club at the home of Mr. and
Irs , J , H. MatbewHon Thursday even-
ug llefreshmentH wore served.
Practice drill In degree work will
e given at Ihe meeting of ( he Raul-
rn Slur lodge this evening prepara-
orv to the visit of Mrs. Ella Hull ,
rand conduclor. The latter part of
he evening will be spent In social ill-
The wedding of Anna Mnrqiiardt ,
aughter of Adam .Mnrqiumll , and
Vnller Melcher was celebrated at the
ome of the bride Thursday afternoon ,
'he wedding li-HllvllloH were attend-
d by about fifty friends and neigh
Ice making was begun ycHterdav at
SchwenK'H pond Waldo & Dellenboek
invn o force of men at wink on I lie
ce nnd will rush up all they can while
he Ice Is in good condition. It Is ten
nclies thick nnd very nice and clear
) oorgo Rtalcop has a foice of five men
I work near I ho sugar lactory pre-
wring the Ice for him to commence
nlling IIH soon as the Ice gains a
oiiple of Inches In thickness.
The Loyal Mystic Legion of Amor-
ca held Installation of olllcers Ins !
light. Ihe following olllcers were In
tailed for the ensuing jear .1. W"
Vttor , W. C. ; Miss Rose Adams.V. .
V. C : Mrs. D. A. Quick. P. W : C. W.
.emont , W. P. ; L M. ( in.vlord , W. T.
mil secretnry ; Albert Wilde , C' . P ,
Mrs. Ogden , C. 15. After the lustnlla-
Ion a pleasant social session WIIH en-
o\ed , refreshments being ' PI veil.
F. T5. rialfeman , the promoter who
vas hero attomptlng to secure f'JO.Ouo
iiinus with which to slart a fence fac-
ory , has given up his ambition so
ar as Norfolk Is concerned nnd left
own yesterday. He found It impos
sible to rulse a dollar In Norfolk on
ho strength of his scheme. He
Inlmed ( hat he wniited to come to
Norfolk because he feared strikes In
ither places. The first Installment of
i.riiO ( ) ( was lo bo sent for machinery
vlth which to make the fences
M. E. Piper , the farmhand who was
arrested here for selling hogs at Mod-
son and walking to Norfolk with the
noney , was given a preliminary hear-
ng In Justice Lambert's court yosier-
lay and held to district court. Ho
was soul to Jnll at Madison under $ .rnlii
Kinds to appear in district court. T.
O. ItoUolcher , the Ice cutter who no
conipanied Piper , was lined $50 01
sixty days In jail He sold he believed
10 could raise the lino. Rnttelchcr.
t seemed , did not Know that Piper
iad sold the hogs until after they left
Madison. Piper at no time hcemed to
oall/.e the seriousness of his offense.
I'lioy said they wanted to go to Sioux
The washing bung on the line at
lie home of Cus Kuhl at S o'clock this
nornlng and Mr. Kuhl Is offering to
explain to any woman how to do it.
lie declares that ho has solved the
washerwoman proposition perfectly.
I'he principal necessity in tlio now
method Is for the man of the house
liold to crawl out nt 1 in the morning ,
is Mr. Kuhl did , build the fires nnd
get tilings well uudor way before
breakfast. Tills you eat In the kltch
en surrounded by tubs nnd soapsuds.
Then you go to work , If you are the
man of the household , and come homo
and go to bed about 7 In the evening.
You don't care to hang around down
town that evening.
Experience Sometimes n Dear Teacher
So many parents of young children
do not renll/.e the danger from croui
until they have had the experience o
one severe case In their own homo.
To be awakened In the middle of the
night by the peculiar rough cough am
find their llttlo one suffering from a
fully developed attack of the croui
and nothing in the house with whlcl
to rollovo it is a lesson never to bo
forgotten. A good remedy at hand is
of Incalculable value In n time like
this , nnd nothing bolter can bo ob
tnlncd than Chnmberlnlii's Cough
Homody. II has been thoroughly test
cd In hundreds of cases and not enl >
euros croup , but when given as soon
as the first symptoms appear it wll
prevent the attack. The fact that thl
n MI. eh i uifiiii nn n in I'M' t uikoii
II | n i Ii i IK lite lo | 'l\ . In ( In rlill-
' M I'lu i ne | li\ , | | | ill iH'in.t ; t
ULACK HILLS TRAIN IS LATE.
Dulny In Ulnok Hllln Cnuscd Train to
Do Four Hours DchluU ,
The eiiHl hound innlnlliie n MftiiE r
I inln mi the Nortliw-PMcrn lln * , tlii'v al
nrioii , WIIH icpnrtpil four IIOIII'H luin
The tialu iinlvpd at I p m Tin u > m
die WIIH somewhere In the Illaclv Ihllu
DEPUTY U. S. MARSHAL CHOSGN.
Ex-Sheriff Lofjnn of Buffalo County
Has Deen Appointed to Job.
Keninoy , Neb. , J.in. I'd Hpici-ii to
Tile Newn' KxHheillf Logan ol iluf-
I'alo counlv was nolllled today In Mar
shal Winner of lib aiiiolniin | < m a < i
depulv inarHlial The appoliitnn ni hn i
been appmveil al WiiHliltirlon iin.l . ha
I'lilers on lib dulli s al once
How to Cure Corrm nnd Bunions.
Fhst , mink the corn or bunion In
warm water to soften II ; then pnro It
down IIH oliMoly IIH poHHlblo without
drawing blood and applv Chamhor-
latn's Pain llalm twice dally , rubbing
vigorously for llvo minutes nt each ni > -
plication. A corn plaster should bo
worn a few dayii to protect It from
the tdioo. An a general llnlmonl for
Hpialmi , hrnlseit , IIIIIIOIICHH and rhimin-
ntliini , Pain Balm IH uncqiinlcd. Kor
tiiilo by Leonaid llio drugglsl.
YoO Must Not Forget
\Vc arc ' ly iinirnv- |
in ( lie art of making Kme
Newest Styles in
Cards and Finish ,
\Vn iilsn curry n Kmo I , mo
L M. MACY.
W. J , GOW & BRO , ;
NORFOLK , NEBRASKA.
Money on Hand
She Has Cured Thousands
Atonal liy. Homo
. KlrHric urn ! ( icn-
Will , by leqtiPht , visit profesloiiallj
NtwroLK MHKASKOXNKD :
HO 1 1:1 : i n i i : -i > u i lots s
ONI : DAY ONLY.
i. i . i \ 1. 1111 u . t k - insult
III t W lllli t In uppiil ' , N .
IM : r vi nvv 1.1.1. limns i , , .in. tii a
to the vpe. . l.il ii , .inn. nt Dl ill-- .i- . .f
the IM e.n. nose Hit.Ml. liinn i. in.i IK
lliMIIKIS ( IlKellne * Ol lIllllllCII .mil all
( liii.iilc. nerxiiux anil iIKi .isea
ol ii euiable niitiiri' I3arly > oiisunip-
tlun liriini'liltlH , bronchial i.itnrili ,
ihrnnlic.Tlarih. . headaehe . nnslip.iti.in ,
i-loinarh anil liiiwcl troubles i II.MIIII.I.-
UHIM. ncuialKlii. sHatlcii klilm-v dls-
imOK. HllKhl'H < IIHI-aSe. disease * of the
HMM- inn ) liladdci , dlx/.lness , tnious -
nc.ss. Indigestion ohcMlty. InltM i'iptcil '
luittltlon. Hlow growth In Hill.h. n ami
all wasting diseases In adults d. form-
Illrt- . i lull feet , ciiiv.ituio of the HIII | ,
( IlKra.soH of tliu liialn. paiulvsls heart
lllxi IISI * < lrnIH | > , HWOllllIK > > ( till1 MlllllS ,
Hlili'tnro. oH-n KIIIex. pain In lh > tmrios ,
Gianni.ir i IIIIIK | > 'IIH.'IIS anil .ill loiiff
HtaiiilliiK ( llKciiHi'H piopi'iltrcatiil
lllon.l anil skin Dlki-iiKi-H.
I'lmploH liloti hex. ri iiptlons H\tT
HpritH. fallltir of the hair , bail conipU'\-
oii < > IEI m i thioat ulci-iB bono pains ,
lilmhliT troiibk-s. weak baok IIIIMIIIH ;
urine , JiasMliiK urine Ion often The ef-
ts ol < nnxtltiitloiial s | , kpet. . .i tlio
thUliik' nf ton inm-h InjiirniiK in. .In in.t
iel\es HIM 11 hiiiK tie.itmeiit. pi.unpt
relief and a mire for life
DIsemHeK nf women Irre 'ilar tn > i > -
trnntloii falllnR of the womb IUMMI
iloxvn | iitiiM female illxplai enenll.i k
nf sexual tone I.eueni rhe.i teiilil\ . .r
tin 11 eiie * * . i onnult Or. C.llilwell an.I - , > o
will Hlmw them the omixo of theii ii.u- .
) > le ami the wav to become iiuoil
f'lineerN. Culler. Fl-mla , | ' | le .
nnil enlarweil f'lunil.s neat , a with Ho
Niilii'iitaiieniis injeetlon method abso
lutely without pain anil without the
lnH of a drop of blood is one of her
own discoveries and Is reallv the most
scientific method nf this nihancfd OKO.
Dr Cnldwoll hns practiced her profes
sion In snmo of the Inrpest hospitals
tbrouKliont the country. She hns no
superior In the treating nnd diagnos
ing of dlxoascs , doformltles. etc Slio
bns Into opened nn olllco n Omaha. Ne
braska , wliero she will spend n portion
nf ench week treating her many pa
tients. No Incurable cases accepted for
treatment Consultation , examination
and ndvlco , one dollar to those Interest
mi. QUA CALDWEL.IJ & co. .
Address nil mall to ee Du'lldlnr ,
Omaha , Neb.
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