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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1902)
This dainty young lady
finds not hlnp;
For clcansinp; the J
hair like a
Use Swift'i Pride Soap in the Laundry.
. SWIFT & CO.
AFFAIRS' AT i SOOTH OMAHA
Jtprtm 0rl ly.City"Will lava U
( fctUtf'DrUo.ll Claim.
IN LITIGATION ;.'AIOUTj SIX YEARS
tTavxpayere' Lu aad School Leasee
1 Will Meet Toalsht to Propose
. , Caadtdates for the Board
Tha Drtsootl claim hat again been called
I the attention of the public by the recent
decision of the auprema court. Tbla claim
was flled a number or year a ago and at
traded considerable attention at the time.
It waa alleged that Catherine Drlacoll bad
Buffered permanent injuries and ahe aued
the oitr for . Jl.OOO.r This case waa fought
through the ccurtft. for six years and now
the decision baa' come 'that the city will
hare - to pa " the judgment, which now
amounts with Interest to M.600 or a little
over, . ,,!) .
It Is asserted tbat the city has failed to
look after Its Interests In this case. Along
-back In June City Attorney Lambert aaked
the council, for. tba appointment of a spe
; da! attorney to try the caae and look after
tba matter, stating- at the time tbat he had
teen one, of the attorneys bringing 'the
original suit. Thla waa of course before
till appointment aa city attorney. The
council paid n.o attention to the communica
tion and, the -caae. went by the board and
Judgment baa been rendered against the
city with orders to the council to make a
levy specially for the purpose of paying
this claim.; '
City officials asserted last night that an
effort would' b mad to have the pressure
of tba claim' deferred until the next annual
lery: A special levy, will cost not less
than 1 500.. and on tbla account an agree
ment may, be reached for the aettlement of
tba clalmwhn there la money In the Judg
ment fund.. . '
It la asserted that the city council la to
blame for allowing the case to go to tbe
aupreme court without the city having
filed ,aoy( aaswer. Born .say that If . this
bad been done the order issued might have
keen, deferred indefinitely. r
ii- Laoltla foe Candidates. .
W'eTrfrf-M teeuraaulubla mV, 'for
lie' three positions on tbe Board of Educa
tion a. meeting of", the Taxpayers' league
and the School league will be held-tonight
' at Woodmao balk . Notices of tbla meeting
have been sent out by postal card and tboae
y who are Interested expect tbat there will
be a large attendance.
There seem to be a desire among the
people who hv'chlldren attending the
public achools tci secure business men for
members of the board:. Quite a number of
Well-known republicans, hare been sug
rusted as poaaiblo candidates, but the fact
tbat no salary . attached to tbe positions
ia on drawback. One republican who baa
beea suggested aa a possible candidate said
to a Be representative last night tbat be
' could, "ot afford to give one night a week
to such a board unless there waa aome sal
ary attached. - Other 'business men feel thi
Mill way, and It may be difficult to find
business man who will accept tbe respon
Miller Hoaac Aaraia.
C, W. Miller, member of tbe National
Letter Carriers' association, la home again
from an eastern trjp, which occupied over
a month. Mr. Miller Is one of tbe execu
tive committee' and has been east a greater
portion of tbe time for tbe last Ave months.
Kecent sessions of the executive board were
held in New -York, Washington and other
large cities. In speaking of bis last trip
Mr. Milter said that a few days ago there
Waa a meeting of mall carriers at Chicago,
Which be attended, and 1,409 carriers were
la attendance. -
After spending a few daya at home Mr.
Killer will make, an Inspection tour of the
tate, and then will return to hla duties at
tba South Omaha postofflce until the dutlea
Of bl position call bin east again.
Large Ice Harvest.
rack era have about Completed tbe cutting
fef lea In tbe vicinity 'of Omaha and South
Omaha. One -packed ' aald yesterday that
the total crop barveated by the local pack
. are would amount to not leaa than 100,000
tons. Thla supply Insures plenty of Ice
f or Sale !
Tho:t girls bf Brittany and the
lower Pyrenees still sell their
hair at the 'annual fairs.
Vr Perhaps you are wearing some
"of this sale-hair! Better spend
your money oh Ayer's Hair Vigor
'- hd have an abundance of your
' If your hair is turning gray and
; you are beginning to look a little
;old, Ayers Hair Vigor will surely
. bring back to it all the dark, rich
: color of. "youth.
'"At to my hair begaa to tarn gray. I ased Ayer'a
. Vr air VI mnr in4 nam. at ft aara rt mam mi. k i i L - ik.
natural Jet tiUck color it bad when 1 waa 17."
- L W. WtUJAsU, Saeaaadoah j auction, W. Va' artjjtatt.
for next summer, but nothing 'la said so
far about tbe prices to be charged. All
of the packing bousea use large amounts
of chopped Ice for refrigerating cara, but
what Is left will be sold to local dealers.
- Delay Aboat Swift Improvements.
It waa atated yesterday by officials of
Swift and Company tbat no definite ar
rangements bad beea made yet tor the
erection of an addition to the plant. Sur
veya for extensive Improvements were
made aome time ago, mention of the same
being made in Tbe Bee at tbe time. The
plans are being drawn In Chicago, and
while there la almost constant correspond
ence on the subject, no definite orders for
the work will be given until spring. An
officer of Swift and Company said yeater
day tbat he expected that the tmprovementa
contemplated would be made thla year, but
that nothing would be done nntil tbe ground
Preparing for Master.
In order to prepare for the muster which
Is billed for next week the South Omaha
Cavalry troop drilled for two houra last
night under the Instructions of Company
quartermaster Sergeant Campbell. ' Camp
bell baa bad over twenty-five years' ex
perience in the' regular army, and la con
sidered by the trooo an excellent drill
master. An announcement waa made at
the drill laat night tbat applications for
membership In tbe troon should be fnr
warded to Captain Holland on or before
tbe muster, which will, It Is expected, be
neid on Tuesday.
Maa-le City Gossip.
The next big sale of fancy stock here will
De held on February 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burneaa have re
turned from an eastern trip.
"Spike" Kennedy has purchased fen In-
leresi in me uraarora Lumber company.
Charles Hill la In Jail, charged with steal.
Ing a couple of overcoats from a local din
ing hall. t
Sam Rhrlgley baa announced himself as
a candidate for city clerk on the demo
Tom McDevitt has returned from a trip
to New Mexico. He Is tbe gueat of bla
onnner, w. f. m cue vi it.
Burglars broke Into Rawver'e hlarlraFnltfc
shop on It street Thursday morning and
luio a quantity 01 tools.
Rector Foster of St. Martin's church will
deliver confirmation lectures at tha rJiaroh
at S o'clock every Sunday afternoon during
At I o'clock Sunday afternoon Smith and
Colburn will hold revival meetings at the
First Methodist church, Twenty-third and
ati sirens. ( ...
A Short sesalon of tha' Ant(-flal"nnn ma
waa held last night at the" First Presby-
iermn unurun, a nuniDer oi maiters 01 Im
portance were discussed;
"The Story of the Cross" will K Mn.
dered by an organist and choir at St. Mar
tln'a Episcopal church at 4 o'clock every
Sunday afternoon during Lent.
Telegrama from Toledo yesterday Indi
cated that the recent Issue of honria h.i
been accepted by the attorneya for the
Danaera purcnaaing me securities. ,
Attorney A. H. Murdock said yesterday
that be will not be a candidate for member
of the Board of Kducation. Further he aa
serta that he will not be a candidate for
It was rumored yesterday that the Union
Stock Yards company would aoon com
mence the erection of another sheen nam.
The present barn has a capacity of 15,000
neaa, out mis is not conslderea large
An Independent republican club has been
organised, with George Reed as president,
George Hughes vice president, George
Harding secretary and Joseph Mitchell
treasurer. The club now has thirty-seven
membera and meeta at 3034 R atreet every
GREAT WESTERN CONTRACTS
Omaha, Mlaaeapolla, St. Loals tit
Iowa Bidders Are the Fert
Many railroad contractors of tbe west
assembled In Omaha last night at the open
ing of bids for grading preliminary to the
construction of the Great Weatern rail
road. Winston Brother of Minneapolis
hold tbe contract from Council Bluffs to
Harlan, and aub-let the contract aa fol
lows: First four miles out of Council Bluffs, and
local yards, Hall Construction company of
Next Five miles, Phelan at Shirley of
Next three mllea, Butler A Ryan of Min
neapolis. Next five mllea, Vaughn ft Conroy of St.
.Next aeven mllea, Jamea O'Connor of
lj nderwood. la.
Laat twelve miles, E. A. Wlckhara of
The competition was keen and a great
many bidder went away dtaappotnted.
i ! iii i i r in t
THE OMAnA DAILY HEP: PATURDAY.
DECLARATION AUD COLONIES
Jh L Vsbittr A rain Hxpomoai U
Jtffirttsiaa DMtiant. .
NO BAR r LACED AIAINST EXPANSION
Imasortal EsBhodlaieat ef Psada.
set a I Faeta Dora Kot Forbid
lalted atates to Aeejalro or
Got era Hew Territory,
Before tbe falty club at Unity church
last bight John L. Webster delivered an
address oa tbe Declaration of Independ
ence In tbe light of the allegation tbat
It forbid tha United States to govera
Mr. Webster prefaced bis argument on
the Declaration of Independence by a aome
what exhaustive review of events leading
up to the adoption of tbe historical docu
ment. Hla object In thla was to abow
tbat tha revolted subjects of King George
III. were satisfied to remain under colonial
government and bad no thought of separa
tion from tba mother country. Corre
spondence and public addresses, instruc
tions to delegates sent to tbe continental
congress and other utterances were freely
quoted In support of this position. George
Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John
Adams, Benjamin Franklin and John Ran
dolph were among the witnesses called
upon. "It waa not until May, 1776," aald
Mr. Webster, "that George Washington be
came satisfied that reconciliation waa lm
practicable and spoke In favor of lndepen
dence. It waa not until tbe clash
of arma had resounded for a year, when tbe
union of the colonies bad been cemented
by blood poured out in their common de
fense and when tbe host of the British
armies were assembled on . their shores,
when the British navy rode lordly on their
coast, discharging on their unprotected
land tbe Hessian troops tbat the fond hope
of peace and reconciliation fled. Then It
waa, and not before, tbat one colony after
another came to the full realisation of the
fact tbat the time bad come to declare
to tbe world that Great Brlaln bad for
feited all obligation of allegiance on the
part of tbe colonies and tbat they should
be free and Independent' states." .
' Declaration and Expaaslon.
Having laid the foundation.' Mr. Webster
proceeded to the question of whether tbe
Declaration of Independence In any way
operate to limit tbe right of the United
ntate to maintain a government over col
onies. He said:
""P0. .,n va,n for anv words V against
colonial governments, aa such, or against
the rights of an established government to
acquire and govern colonlea or provinces.
In the Instrument Itaelf is found the solemn
declaration "that, aa free and Independent
states. lh,v h.u, full n.vFA.
conclude peace, contract alliances, estab-
,d" v-vfiiiincro, ana 10 ao an otner acta
and things which Independent atatea may
of right do."
AH other acta and thinga which Indepen
dent atatea may of right do waa an all
coraprenenslve expression. Including the
exercise of powers which belong to estab
lished mvArnmf.nl, onH -1. . K V. n ... u
recognised by the law of nations as essen-
..... p.ruicuti m autcrrigmy. muat nave
been the purpose, and It was thus the de
clared nurnnuL thai thj . .u. i u
jr " " " ... ..En .laic BIIUUIU
nave all the powers which attach to other
Independent nations, In addition to those of
uo.o.imh luuuiuuiiiK peace, coniract-
1 n a 1 1 U , nt aat.Kll.1.1 .
other Independent nations have through all
11 - vavivivcu ino power . or acauinna
t,rritnrv nil 1 n i .
colonlea, so It waa one of the powers which
" ucv-mranon recognisea aa Deionglng to
the United States. . .1.
. "Coaseat of th Governed. w
Following thla like of araoment w.s.
ster proceeded with' Quotations" froni ai.
ander Hamilton and others of the earlier
American atatesman to support hi posi
tion.; Oa th mooted point of tbe consent of
toe governed b said;
But It maw K. a 1 , . . 1. . it . ,
.ubbcbicu mm ins clause
that governments derive "their Just powers
from the consent of the governed" forbids
the acquiring, holding and governing- of
. " - , a vTiuvcD. ciinpr- in la, nor
the declaration "that all men are created
equal were understood at the time aa giv-
YiZ 1 rigm 10 participate In
tile actual A ffalrm et anuaif....i i - m.
bjutoi iiiiicmi, UfJr I nig,L
a government should not exercise powers
to which ail the people had not consented.
The men of that day had In their minds an
Ideal government, perfect In form. In which
all should be equal and all should be sover
eign. At the same time they were practical
"i6"- Th,l'y k1ew.,l"'re were Inequalities
of condition, of Intellect, of habits of life.
They knew that government waa easentlal
to the well-being of a community and that
in government some must be rulers and
others must be obedient to the restralnta
w " '. lmi Knw tn imperfection of
humanltv. and that In tin,.. t .
and excitement there must be a controlllna
power over tne turbulent. They knew that
man had not reached a elate of wisdom
and self-control when a government could
endum vlthnnt llmli.tlnn. .
should not be thrown off without Juat cause
and provocation. Clinging to their notions
of Ideal government they put about It re-
anu iimiiaiiuns aeemea eseentUU
i ira:iica4 auccess ana perpetuity.
Mr, Webster auoted from a draft of
constitution prepared by Thomaa Jefferson
in June, 177, in which the great Vir
ginian placed a Dronertv-holdlns- auallflra-
tloa on th voter. He followed tola with an
enumeration of tbe condition which were
prescribed in th several colonlea govern
ing th franchise. la all but New Jersey
tbe holding of property -was a condition
necessary. After tblrty-on years New Jer
sey changed it constitution on the point.
Jefferson's ordinance for tbe governing of
tne Northwest Territory bv tbe TTnitad
States waa alao drawn upon aa affording
an illustration of th Interpretation nlaoait
on th consent of tbe governed clause by '
toe autnor or th document. In this caa
th conaent of th governed was not sought
by th congress of th United 8tates.
Who Deserve 'Iadependcaee."
Ha emnhatlrallv dpnlait that iha milniBu
have the right to aasert their Independence.
Under tbe Jeffersonian document he as
serted that those only may declare their
independence "who are capable of aaaum
ing amons th nowera of tha earth a
arat and equal station. None but a people
wno are strong enough in ail th essential
qualifications of maintaining a atahla v-
ernment among th recognised' powers of
.u- 1 . . .....
ma wuriu, aun oniy sucn are included la
the language of the declaration." Ha can.
eluded: ' '
T I KtftW 1. Anmm M ... Mm-tmm . .
a-lttterlrir nnanhtU. T . t . t i
' . . . . I'l I II Al III
1 fi0p? " p-""Po- It not the same
... .. .....w waa. piavn, ana vun ail
peoplea. It mnaiva the largest Individual
rrAMlirtm r I.t .n, l . w. t. . .
, , . . " mill UIO wviiarv OS
all, and the ability to maintain It.
irnerever ine American fla has gone It
went attended with the great principles
been growing and expanding and -acquiring
terrltonr and governing peoples, and over
all these lande It haa given the most un
bounded liberty. It has done ao not be
cause these principle were declared a cen-
Huuur a so, not because they
were written on parchment, not because
in ina i-onmiiuuon,
byt.vbcfulhey ,r written on the hearts
ot the American people, and they will give
the Inhabitants of these Islands . In the
........ - .ci, uuc anara or iniS In-
destructible heritage of humanity; and thla
; even inouio the Declara
tion of Indeiendence were blotted from
th memory of man.
TO MANAGE KUBELIK CONCERT
Boheaslaa Cltlaena of Oaaahav Select
Eseeatlye Caaasalttoo of
Tbe following executive commltt.. v..
beea appointed to take charg of th en
gagement of Jaa Kubellk. th famous Bo
hemlaa violinist, la this city en March I:
Joha Roalcky. Rev. 1; Vranek. 8. 1 Kaa.
torys, Vao Bur est. & B. Serais,- jjira.
Nellie Bvobode, Mr. V. Burb,' Joe Mlk
and C. r. Hermanek.
A large number of ticket for the con
cert have already been disposed of, many
orders for seata coming from -out of the
LI VI IO ANIMALS OP TUB WORLD.
A Popalar Work oa Nataral History
Coatalnlna; a Thoaaand rheto
araphs from Ratare.
One upon a tim geoaTapble and books
of natural history were Illustrated with pic
ture of wild beast that never were on
ea or land. They bore th names of
actual animal, but were evolved Ilk tbe
German professor's elephant from the ar
tist's Inner consciousness. When museum
ot natural history came into being these
grotesque fancy sketches gave place to pic
tures made from stuffed specimens, which
wer less Interesting than tbe. old wood
cuts, but truer to th life- true to life
a the picture of a dead beast could pos
Ibly be. Then came the artist, who waa
a hunter alao, and could draw a wolf, for
instance, that th wolf family would
praise for It llkenee and critic who bad
never seen a wolf would admire a a spir
ited - work of art. Witness the rise of
Beton-Thompson and the vogu of "Wild
Animal I Have Known." But now come
the photographer with his kodak and the
snapshot, ahowlng th stag at bay, the
wildcat leaping, th rattlesaak colled to
trlke, bid fair to aupplant, for practical
purposes, th handiwork of tbe cleverest
artist. 80 mighty a nlmrod as President
Roosevelt haa com Out la favor of th
hunter who hunt with the camera only,
especially In the United States, where the
big game tbat was one abundant is now on
tbe highroad to extermination.
It I the tie of th camera that give Its
great and unique value to "Living Animals
of the World," a popular work on natural
history, of which Messrs. Dodd, Mead ft
Co. have Just begun tbe publication. The
text of thla elaborat work, though scien
tifically accurate, la written ' in a thor
oughly popular style, but Its -interest' is
dwarfed by tbe extraordinary attractive
ness of tbe ' lustrations. Each' of ' the
twenty-four section 1 to have a colored
cover and frontispiece, several full-page,
half-tone plate and many smaller pic
tures, all reproducing . photograph taken
direct 'from the Nrde beasts and fishes
tbey portray. To have filled' a' volume
with picture of domestic ' animal only
would have beea a simple task, but many
member of tbe cat family, of the dog
family and of other subdivisions ef tha
world's fauna exist only in a wild state
and have bad to be tracked to their re
spective lairs. The South Sea Islands, the
interior of tbe Australian ' continent, tbe
jungle of India, th wilds of South Amer
ica, the plains and mountains of the
United States and th desolate waatea of
Arctic America have been visited by the
devotees of science and sport, who have
returned laden not only with pelts and car
casses, but dry plates and film.
Th eupply of photographic ' material
drawn upon for this monumental work
was' virtually unlimited. Th duchess ot
Bedford waa among the meat liberal con
tributors to It and so was Hon. Walter
Rothschild, for whom' photographs' have
been made in all part of the world; One
of tbe picture shows Mr.' Rothschild him
self wltb a silk bat on hi head,'. riding
on of" his enormous tortoises,' another
how his four-tn-hand of sebraa broken to
harness. Several of the View of wild ani
mals taken by Lord 'Delamere In 'Africa
with a telephoto lens gives vivid glimpse
of life in th Jungle. '"--" '- -''
There 1 something new" and 'Wartling in
the sight of lions, leopard', baboons, gi
raffe, rhinoceroses and1 tairW -auhe Ha
the' act, a It were, In. ttti heart of their
native wilds. Not tne , least . curious and
valuable of the pictures are those of fishes
in tbeir natural surroundings,' actually
taken from water, In aea and atream. For
these th editor Is indebted to. Dr. R...W.
Sbufeldt of Washington. '.' 1
Bom of the beat plates were mad at
the New York "coo;" others at the1 Eng
lish and continental ecological garden,
while other (till were obtained, from. the
owner of private gam. preserves. and from
the director of the public collections of
Europe. An element ot humor appears la
the picture of. Carl Hagenbeck' trained
animals .performing .their, feats and of
orang-ourUng . and other, apes at play.
Though the strength of the work may be
aid to lie In It presentation of wild ani
mal photographed In their habitat, the ed
itor haa not disdained to iatrodfee museum
specimens where picture of . living crea
tures wer not to be bad. In this way th
work haa a completeness which otherwise
could not have been obtained. At It stands
it Is an unrivalled portrait . gallery of
furred, flnped and feathered animals. Th
Illustrious number 1,000 and fill, with the
text, 850 quarto page.
Th work will be Issued in twenty-four
weekly part at th nominal price of 10
cent per section,- or IS cent by mail.
Parts 1, I and t bow ready at the office of
The Omaha Be. , ,
soothing, healing remedy, wrap it up and let Nature do
the rest. That' just exactly what you ought to do for
Rheumatism. There is no more sense in swallowing
medicines for Rheumatism than there is in swallow
ing medicines fdr a bruised thumb. Rub your Rheu
matism with Omega ' Oil every night and morning.
Nature will do the rest, and between Omega Oil and
Nature you will be cured. Keep those strong medi
cines out of your stomach. " .. .. .; i . .
FEBRUARY 15, 1002.
CESIRAL BOULEVARD IS SIRE
Bswtrsp and Qradiif Will Bfia lou u
Oronad is Tit
ALL OBSTACLES NOW OUT OF THE WAY
City Attorney Coanell Bays All Larger
Appeal Have Beta DUaalaeed
and Smaller Ones Can
"The Central boulevard project haa pasted
the uncertain stage, and that th Improve
ment will be mad la now an assured fact.
Work upon tha sewerage and th grading
will begin almultaneoualy as soon as th
frost is out of tba ground." said City At
torney Connell yesterday morning.
"Wltb one exception," he resumed, "all
of th larger property holder who ap
pealed from the returns mad by th ap
p raisers bar algned.atlpulatlona dismiss
Ing tbeit appeala and consenting to th
award mad, and I think that the one ex
ceptlon will fall In line all right within a
few daya Several of thee appeal wer
dismissed today and several other will be
dismissed Monday. '
"Tbe total amount of the awards is 149,-
690, leaving a margin of only 1410 before
reaching th charter limit et $50,000, which.
It exceeded, would render void all of th
Pablle Spirit Prevail.
"Th parties representing tbe largest
amounta in tha annnala ara tha Rmn na1
Company. General 3. d. Tawin. (limm R.
uaraer, John 1. Redlck, Benjamin Folsom
and Reuben Roaa. Traaa. with aavaral
Others, have viewed tha matter from a nuh.
lie-spirited standpoint, and, rather than see
ine project ran, Dave signed stipulations
withdrawing their anneals. f)nl a small
number of appeal caae remain and as these
are lor i,mall amounts, I shall push them
to trial unless tbe parties voluntarily with
"The plan for the cwer have already
been perfected by the engineering depart
ment. Where the line ot tbe sewer and
tbat of the boulevard are common, aa is
tbe case over most of the route, the sewer
work will bave to be doae before the
grading, but In several Instances the boule
vard diverges from the sewer, the latter
taklnsr a more direct course, snd at ail
of these points tbe work of sewer building
ana mat or grading can be carried on at
the rame time. The sewer will ba a valu
able feature of this Improvement. Tbe
boulevard, which will be about aeven miles
In length; will extend from Hanscom" park
to Burt atreet, travel-sing much lew ground
where drainage ta essential. In the neigh
borhood of Tblrty-flrat and Farnam streets,
for Instance, the property is virtually with
out drainage and must have remained so
for some years bad It not been for this
Some Valuable Donation.
"Hon. J. M. Wool worth, owner of Oak
hurat addition, haa deeded to tbe city what
will , amount to about twenty-five , lot of
this very desirable tract, to be used for
boulevard and park purposes. Directly op
posite this property, at Thirty-fourth and
Poppleton avenue, there Is a bluff . about
thirty feet high. This bluff might be graded
down, but It would leave a ateen acrllvltv
In the boulevard, which would be objection
able, so It is proposed to wind the honla-
vard through Oakhurat addition, forming a
series of beautiful curves In tha renarai
design of an ox-bow. By this means the
steep mil is avoided and the beauty of tbe
improvement greatly enhanced.- Mingling
With th curve at' thia nolnt -will ha ,.
merous little paseos, plots 1 of grass; foot-
paths and breathing spots. The boulevard
in some places her will be 500 feet wide.
"Charles Turner has donated thirtv int.
north of Farnam street between Thirtieth
and Thirty-Orst streets for the same pur
pose, th tract to be known aa tha Purtiaa
Tbe park commissioners emraaa' h.n.
selves as highly pleased with the situation
and declare tbat they will begin work aa
aoon a the frost Is out of the rrmnA Tk.
improvement . contemplate a connecting
link between Rlvervlew and Bemls parks.
COMPANY'S EXTRACT of
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home end economy In the
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I NERVOUS PROSTRATION.
Miss W. Childs-Blackbuni, Secretary of the Kock Island
. Literary and Art Society,
Writes a Special Letter to Mrs. Pink
- ham Telling How Sho Was Cured
The relation of woman 'a nerves and renerativa organs ia very close j eon.
eqnentlv nine tenths of the nervous prostration, nervous despondency and
nervous irritabilitv- of women arise from some derangement of the crtranlanx
which makes her a woman. Herein wa prove conclusively this Lydla K.
rtnkham'a Vegetable Compound will quickly relieve all thla trouble. .
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MISS W. CIIILDS-BLACKBTJRN.' 4 v .
"Diun Mrs, Pinktiam: I take pleasure in acknowledging tha
effects of Lydla XL Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. In my estima
tion there is no female remedy to equal it. Weakness not properly
attended to, together with the close confinement at my desk brought on
nervous prostration, so much so that for a year I doctored continually. I
tried different remedies which only succeeded in poisoning my system, and
my stomach refused food. A neighbor who had suffered with ovarian
troubles and was perfectly cured, called my attention to your Vegetab le
Compound, and I made up my mind to give it a two months' fair trial.
However, before one month had passed I was like a new woman, and
after six weeks faithful use of the Compound I was in perfect health.
It certainly is of great benefit to women, and I wish every poor suffering
woman could have a chance to try it. Yours very truly, Miss V, CraLDs
Blackburn, 2922 Fifth Ave, Rock Island, IU." ...
Kotbinsr will relieve this distressing' condition so surely as
Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound; it soothes, strengthens,
heals and tones up the delicate female organism. It is a positive
cure for all kinds of female complaints : that bearing down feeling,
backache, displacement of the womb, inflammation of the ovaries
and is Invaluable during the change of life.
How Mrs. Pinkham helped firs. Borst.
, "VtAJt, Mrs. Pinkham; When I wrote to you some time ago for
advice I really thought my days were numbered. I was so ill that I
could not 6tand on my feet for fifteen minutes at a time. I had female
troubles in many of their worst forms ; inflammation and ulceration of
the womb ; leucorrhcea ; bearing down pains ; headache and backache ;
nervous prostration. My kidneys were out of order and blood in a bad
. condition. Everyone, and even my doctor thought I was going into
.. consumption. I followed your advice faithfully for Bix months with tha
result tnat I became a well woman, and it cost me much less than a doc
tor's MIL I feel that Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound
saved my life." Mrs. Saitutl Borst, 7 Cozy Ave., Oneonta,- $i. Y. ym
The above letter shows how unerring is the advice which Mrs. PLakhara '
gives to women who write her about their sickness ; aa the advice is free and
alwaya helpful it is not atrange that ahe advises more than, one- hundred
thousand aick women every year. Her
REWARD. Ws havsd.postted with tb. National City Bank of Lvnn, $8000,
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CURED TO STAY CURED FOREVER
Oa aocount of Its frightful hldeousness. Blood Poisoning la eotrunonlr called tha
King of all IManases. It mar be either hereditary or contracUd. One the srstam la
tainted with it, the disease may manifest Itself in the form of Scrofula. Ecaema,
KhaumaUo Pains. Stiff or Swollen Joints, Elruptlons or Copper Colorml Upota on tha
Face or Body, little Uloara In tha Mouth or on the Tongue, Bore Throat, Swollen
Tonsils, railing out of the Hair or Eyebrows, and finally a Leprous-like Denny of
the Fleahsnd nonee. If you have any of thoaa or similar symptoms, get BhOWd
BLiOOD CURSi Immediately. Thla treatment la prauUcally the result of Ufa work.
It oonlatna no dangeroua drugs or injurious medicines of any kind. It foaa to tha
very bottom of the Disease and forces out every particle of Impurity. Buon .vary
sign and symptom dlsapvaaxa cemplataly and foravar. The blood, the tlaaua. thk
flesh, th bonea and the whole aysl.ni are olaanaad. purified and raatored to perfaot
health, and tha patient prepared anew for the duties and pleasures ef Ufa, BBuWN'al
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