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BLAIR. Nb., Nor. S. (Special Tele
gram.) Sheriff Claua Mencke and Coroner
Fierce were called to . the (arm of Tim
Ohrt, four miles west of Calhoun,' this
afternoon, where Mr. Ohrt had found the
remalna of a man tn his field. It was
merely the skeleton of a man, supposed to
be about five feet seven 'inches tall and
about 45 or 50 years of age. The clothes
were a dark brown suit, blark hat, gray
checked shirt and pair of congress shoes.
A 38-callber revolver lay close to his right
Ide. In bis pocket were six pennies, six
cartridges and some tobacco, also some
papers, which the officers were unable to
decipher, but will make closer examina
tion tomorrow. The body lay about seventy-five
yards from a main road where
people had passed all summer and was
burled in the held where found. In the
judgment of the officers the body bad lain
there about four of five months.
Try Robbery ia Jail.
SCHUYLER. Neb.. Nov. i (Special.)
James Novack, enroute via through freight
from Madison, Wis., to Denver, was found
Sunday morning at S, and,' being without
money or a place to sleep, was placed In
the county Jail. About the same time two
suspicious characters, who gave their
names aa. James Freeman, and. James Con
ley, were arrested and locked in the same
cell with Novack. Sunday morning Novack
was found at the celt door In a nervous and
excited condition, and claimed that the
other two had assaulted him during the
night and attempted to rob him. Upon
Novack's complaint and testimony, and the
testimony of several who ssw him Sunday
morning. Freeman and Conley were bound
over to the district court In the sum of $500
each; falling to secure which tbey were
placed In Jail to await trial. There have
been several attempts at housebreaking re
ported lately and Freeman and Conley are
suspected, and It is thought from their ap
pearance that they may be among the many
culprits advertiecd as wanted at various
Desnoadent Mmm Attempts Satelde.
YORK. Neb.. Nov. J (Special.) George
E. Cook, a pioneer resident of York county,
wbo has been In the employ of the Ne
braska Telephone company, attempted to
commit suicide Ssturday evening by taking
strychnine, and If he had not received med
ical attention as soon as he did he would
Bare died. About two yean ago he sepa
rated from his wife, who secured a divorce.
For soma time he hss been despondent and
complained of having an unhappy life and
full of trouble. The physicians believe that
they can save his life.
monthly report of the condition of the
mortgsge indebtedness of Otoe county at
the close of business October 31. It shows
that during the last month nine Instru
ments, representing $20,000, were filed and
twenty-one valued at $35,810 were paid and
released. On town and village property
twenty-two mortgages were filed, aggregat
ing $11,690 fK) and fifteen for $7,653 were re
leased. This shows a net decrease In the
mortgage debt of the county of $11,272.10.
Ballot DellTery Delayed.
FREMONT. Neb., Nov. . (Special.)
Sample ballots for distribution throughout
the country were not In the hands of the
county clerk until 3 o'clock this afternoon.
which fact caused considerable annoyance
to the votera. The cause of the delay was
a protest from a Hooper republican against
the omission of the brace In front of the
names of the candidates for representatives.
There were a lot of sample ballot Issued
Saturday but without the brace and the
regular ballots were ready for delivery
when the error was discovered. Saturday
afternoon these ballots were withdrawn and
the presses of the Tribune have been run
ning steadily most of the time since getting
out proper ballots. It Is not thought that
either side can take advantage of the delay
In getting out the sample ballots.
Heavy Rala at Hamboldt.
HUMBOLDT, Neb.. Nov. I. (Special.)
This section was visited last night by a
drenching rain of two Inches or more. The
precipitation was accompanied by an exten
sive electrical display, something quite un
usual for this time of the year. The fine
fall weather and abundant moisture have
given the wheat a good start. As there Is
quite a large acreage, the yield will be
enormous with favorable conditions an
Smallpox. at Leigh..
LEIGH, Neb.. Nov. I. (Special.) Cltl
xens were alarmed here late yesterday by
the reports that there was a case of small
pox tn town. The victim Is a Miss Msry
Mader, a teacher, who has been teaching
In the county near here, but whose psrents
live In town. The premises were at once
quarantined and the board of health has
taken all precaution for the prevention of
the apread of the disease. The case is of
Electrical It.ra at Falls City.
FALLS CITY. Neb.. Nov. 3. (Special.)
Thia city was visited by a terrlflo elec
trical storm this morning. A clap of
thunder awakened most every one tn town
and much damage was done, especially In
the east part of town, where window glass
in m.ny of the houses ' was broken. At
one point a portion of the sidewalk was
lifted, and the current passed In the ground,
bursting the wster main. Many people said
It was the worst clap of thunder they ever
beard. ' A hard rain fell.
HOW IT LOOKS. IN NEBRASKA
Bute Chairmen of Both Parties Outline
Their Idc&i of the Eetalb
CLOSE OF THE CAMPAIGN IN LANCASTER
Mayar Wlaaett Vetoes the Kale at the
Old Street Railway Fraacbl.e
ta W. J. C. Keayaa af
Ota Caaaty Mortaaare Record..
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb.. Nov. $. (Spe
cial.) County Recorder Charles C. Brsnt
has filed with the county commissioners his
Little Liver Fills.
dust Bsar Signature) af
tm fao.Hi aula Wtars Bill a.
MAY SET TOM HORN FREE
Attorneys Claim They Have Feaad
Mas Makes Caafeealoa that
He la the Marderer. .
CHEYENNE, Wyo.. Not. J. (Special.)
A man In a position to know saya that
Judge J. V. Lacey, chief of counsel for
Tom Horn, was not boasting when he said
he could lay his hands, an the man that
killed Willie Nickell and that he had also
secured the confesslan ot the real mur
derer. It is claimed that Willie Whitman,
son of a neighboring ranchman of the Nlck
ells and Millers, at Iron Mountain, la the
Important witness of flora's attorneys.
It is alleged that Victor Miller confessed
to WIHle Whitmsn that he killed Willie
Nickell, and thai when cornered Victor ad
mitted the killing to others.
The prosecution and tlioee connected with
the case plsce not the slightest fslth In the
story of Horn's attorneys, and ssy the
matter has been given to the public for
the purpose of creating In the mind ot
I Judge Scott a doubt so thst he will grsnt
a new trial: also to create a doubt in the
mind of the governor ot the atale so that
he can consistently commute Horn's sen
tence to Imprisonment when the case Is
finslly laid before him.
It Is almost certain, however, that Horn
will be shown no favors by Governor De
Forest Richards, It the chief executive Is
re-elected for another term. ' Richards,
while possessing a ' kindly, sympathetic
heart, and while he has used hla executive
authority In many esses by pardoning con
victs, has a keen sense of right and wrong
and will do nothing to place a straw in the
way of the law. Hla verdict will unques
tionably be: "Let the law laks its course."
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ROOSEVELT MISHAP IN COURT
Trailer Crew that Raa Prealdeat
Dowa Waive. Maaslaasthter
PITTS FIELD. Msss.. Nov. 3. Euclid
Msdden and James T. Kelly, motorman and
conductor of the electric car which collided
with President Roosevelt's carriage, today
waived examination en a charge of man
slaughter and were held to the grand
Madden was released on $5,000 bail and
Kelly ea $2,500.
BUTLER SECURES NEW JUDGE
Ckaa(. af Teaae I. Graated ta
tha Aliened MUlloaalra
ST. LOUIS, Not. I Colonel Edward
Butler, Indicted tor bribery tedsy secured
a change of venue before Judge Hockadiy.
No poisonous purgatives enter lata Dt.
King's New L"e V Its F-asv. but prompt,
they cure or a' pay. - Only tie. Far sale
by Kuha A Co,
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nov. 1 (Special.) "I have
nothing to add to what I have already said."
was the statement msde by State Chairman
Lindsay of the republican state committee
thla evening. "We have a good organiza
tion and we expect to get out a good pro
portion of the party to vote In spite ot
apathetic conditions. I have no reason to
change my previous claim that the entire
atate ticket and all alx members of the con
gressional delegation will be republican."
"We are going to elect W. H. Thompson
governor by approximately 10,000 majority,"
said Chairman P. L. Hall of the democratic
committee. "It has been generally sup
posed thst he will run considerably ahead
of his ticket, but I do aot know about that
under the present form of the ballot. We
will not lose a single one of the fusion con
gressional districts, and are counting con
fidently on the election of Stark, Robinson,
Shallenberger and Barry, and it seems as
if Hitchcock Is almost certain to beat Mer
cer In the Douglas county district. We
shall be disappointed If we do not have
substsntial fusion majority In the lower
house of the legislature and are not conced
ing the senate to the opposition by any
Congressional Chairman Munger of the
First district think that Burkett's ma
jority in the district will exceed 3.500, and
may reach 4.000. "He ought to carry Lan
caster by 2.700, and every other county in
"Otoe county Is the home of Mr. Hanks,
but Mr. Burkett Is very strong there and
we have every reason to believe will give
a substantial majority for Burkett. Ne
maha was one county that went against us
two years ago, but our reports from there
Indicate that we will have a big vote. One
prediction Is that Burkett will have 600
majority In Nemaha, but we are not count
ing on that. Richardson, which went for
Berge by 82 rotes In 1900 will be with us
this yesr. There will be a falling off In the
total vote, compared with 1900, of course,
but we are well organised and will not lose
more than our proportion of the slump."
Ead of Local Campatara.
The republican campaign in Lancaster
county ended tonight with a big rally at
the Auditorium, with J. H. Mickey and
Congressman Burkett as the speakers. Mr.
Mickey's speech was devoted almost en
tirely to stste Issues, while Congressman
Burkett spoke on national issues and added
a good word for the state and county tick
ets. The Auditorium was well filled and both
speakers were liberslly applauded. Pre
vious to the speaking the republicans held
a big parade, the first one ot the cam
paign. It marched - over the principal
streets, under command of John Franklin,
with the following staff of aides: ,
P. James Cosgrave. chief of stsff; Colonel
8 M. Melick, Captain Charles Schwartz,
Dr. F. H. Tucker. Captain Bjrt Whedon,
Fred Hurd, W. H. Clark. Korey Moore,
Doug Frye. Earl McCreary. Ed Bohanan,
William Rohde and C. J. Roman.
The formation of the parade was:
?latoon of Police.
Chief Marshal and Staff.
Republican Candidates for Governor and
Congressmen and other Republican
Candidates In Carriages.
Union Veteran Club.
University Republican Club.
Capital City Band.
Young Men's Republican Club.
Traveling Men's Republican Club.
Scandinavian Republican Club.
German Republican Club.
Colonel 8. M. Melick. Marshal and Staff.
Havelock Republican Club.
L. Lw Lindsey Republican Club.
Abraham Lincoln Republican Club.
University Place Republican Club.
Lancaster Precinct Republican Club.
Flint Ward Republican Club.
Third Ward Republican Club.
Fifth Ward Republican Club.
Other Ward Republican Clubs.
Other Republican Organisations.
Junior Roosevelt Club.
Vetoes Sale to Keayoa.
W. J. C. Kenyon of Omaha, who recently
secured the award by the council of an op
tion to buy a lapsed street railway fran
chise from the city, 'suffered another set
back In his hopes today when Mayor Win-
nett vetoed thla action of the council.
Mr. Kenyon has not told what his plans
are, further than to hint at big things to
be done at West Lincoln, and that he pro
poses to Inaugurate a rival street railway
system in Lincoln. This is looked upon by
friends of the Lirftoln Traction company
as either a bluff or a hold-up gsme, and
the mayor Is desirous of having aome better
or more definite Information, as be takes
the ground that competition Is certain to
result disastrously to the people.
Along with the veto this evening were
presented two competing propositions. One
is from J. E. Riley ot Omaha and the other
from E. J. Hurd, who represents an Ohio
ayndicate desirous of building and operating
a system of Interurban electric railways in
Mr. Riley's bid is made on behalf of the
Omaha. Lincoln A Southern Electric Rail
way company, and in It he agrees to pay
the city for the old Home atreet railway
franchise the sum of $10,500, with the guar
antee that his company will construct and
put Into operation a line between Omaha
and Lincoln, that work upon the Lincoln
terminal shall be begun not later than that
upon the Omaha terminal and ten miles ot
the Lincoln connection to be built within
three years. In addition he offers to pay
1 per cent of the gross receipts for the first
Ave vesrs and 2 per cent thereafter to the
- - ,
Mr. Hurd offered $8,000. with a forfeit.
and guarantees 1 per rent of the gross
receipts from the operations of the line
during the first ten years and 2 per cent
each year thereafter. He agrees to turn
the property ever to an independent com
pany not now doing business In the city
and to begin work within a reasonable
time. Both of these bids are a raise over
Krnyon's offer, which wss for $7,000, and
1 and 2 per cent of the gross receipts tor
five years snd yearly thereafter. All three
offers are based with the ability of the
city to grant a valid franchise.
At the meeting of the council tonight, the j
action ox a lormer meeting in accepting
the proposition of Mr. Kenyon was recon
sidered snd sll of the propcssls referred
to a commit tee of live councllmen for re
pcrt at the next meeting.
The wife of Dr. John Cooper, who came
here from Des Moines some months sgo j
to get a divorce, enters decided objection
to the court granting his wish, unless he
makes good his offer of settlement of ali
mony. Mrs. Cooper plates $20,000 ss her
Paid Tweatr-Flve Huadred.
The Burlington Rsllroed company psld
$2X00 Into court today ta squire the claim
of the family ot William Pitts for damages.
Pitta was one of the victims of the collision
at Hyannis last May between a freight and
passenger, and the inn named was in full
settlement cf all claims. Pitts csme from
Cedsr county. Missouri.
Appeal. Irvw C !-$ ut K.nirr.
August F. Jahnke, who la aertlcg a life
sentence In the penitentiary, having been
found guilty of murdering Michael Sirrk
out In Box Butte county, has appealed to
the supreme court. The record Is most
voluminous. His sttorneys are B. F. Gil
man and R C. Noleman. Oliver Olson and
Alfred Jahnke were Indicted together with
the appellant. At the time ot the trial
one of the conspirators told a story of three
different attempts to kill Slrck. First,
poison was tried. Fsiliag this, the con
spirators placed sharpened stick upright
in the bottom of a well and pushed their
victim In. By some miraculous meana he
escaped death. Then he was shot In the
back. This settled him for eternity.
Olson was the one who turned informer.
and Augtnt Jahnke was tried first by elec
tion cf the county attorney. Sentence for
life wss Imposed lsst June. The testimony
showed thst the deed man had had his
Ife Insured for $4,000, making the policy
payable to his estate, and had made a will
whereby he left all of bis property to Au
gust Jshnke, and conviction was secured
upon the showing that the two Jahnkes
had hired Olson to kill the old man.
A bill of exceptions waa also filed In the
case of Michael Lamb against the Stste,
In which the plaintiff In error was convicted
in Oreeley county of cattle stealing and
sentenced to nine years In the penitentiary.
This Is the caae of cattle theft In which
Harry Hill was filled, and among the ex
hibits In the records are two pictures taken
of Harry Hill In his coffin. Hill s body
wss brought to Lincoln and given to a med
ical college, but after It had been picketed
In a vat his relatlvea csme on from Illinois
to claim it. It was thereupon taken from
the vat, turned over to them and by them
taken back to Illinois for Interment.
Harris Aaka Stay.
A. R. Humphrey and J. L. Dean came In
from Broken Bow this afternoon to secure
a stsy of sentence In the esse of Cashier
Joseph A. Harris of the defunct Farmers
bank of Custer county, who was this morn
ing sentenced to one year In the peniten
tiary upon conviction of having msde false
reports to the comptroller of the currency
as to the condition of his bank Just prior
to Its failure. It appears that this bank
has paid some 45 per cent ot the $40,000 de
posits back to depositors since its failure
in September, 1901.
Articles of Incorporation were filed today
for the Arnold Distributing and Manufac
turing company of Omaha, to deal in drugs
and druggists' sundries, with a cspltsl
stock of $5,000, and with John M. Arnold,
James H. Van Dusen, H. M. Puffer and P.
D. Beresford as Incorporators. Articles
were also filed for the MacCarthy Tailoring
company of Omaha, with capital of $5,000,
and with John J. MacCarthy, Theron W.
Josselyn and Ellis H. Wilson aa incorpor
ators. The application waa presented to Justice
Holcomb this evening, and the latter
granted the desired stay, fixing the bond st
$2,000. The attorneys for Harris presented
a bond which Deputy Clerk Nelson de
clined to approve, because of certain al
leged Irregularities, but the attorneys say
that they will at once forward a satisfactory
bond from Broken Bow.
HINSHAW'S FRIENDS CONFIDENT
Coacrea. tonal Committee Predicts
Repahlicaa Sacccss ia Foartb.
YORK, Neb., Not. 3. (8pee!al.) Friends
of Hon. E. H. Hlnshaw do not see how he
can lose. The congressional committee,
whose headquarters are at York, believes
that Mr. Hlnshaw Is elected and are only
willing to concede three or four heretofore
strong fusion counties In the district to
Stark and these only by .4 small majority.
The campaign hss been eujlous one. Mr.
Stark, present congressnwi,t has spent sev
eral terms In congress and prior to the
fusion and congressional convention he
came out In an interview and published
a letter giving several reasons why he
should not accept a renomlnation and why
it was not best to renominate him. Demo
crats feel like taking Stark's statement
and many In the district are very lukewarm
Wheat Betas; Marketed.
YORK. Neb.. Not. 8. (Special.) Forty
thousand bushels of best quality winter
wheat waa marketed at Bradshaw last week.
There are thirteen railroad markets in
York county and at this rate nearly 750,000
bushels each week is marketed by the
farmers of York county. Winter wheat
yielded frcas thirty to fifty bushels to the
acre, and each acre of wheat raised In the
county Is paying from $15 to $30 per acre,
which Is from one-third to one-halt of the
value of the land on which the wheat was
raised. Farmers have Just commenced to
husk one of the largest crops ot corn ever
raised. They are complaining ot scarcity
of farm help. Hundreds can find employ
Stolen Property- la Foaad.
FALLS CITY. Neb.. Nov. 3. (Special.)
The horse, buggy and harness stolen from
Harry Fisher in this city one night last
week, was found a few days later in Ster
ling, Neb. Deputy Sheriff Hansell and Mr.
Fisher went after the stolen property. It
had been left at a farm house, nine miles
northwest of Sterling. The thief told the
farmer that he would call for the rig In
a day or two. The thief has not been
Xew Rector la C'haraie.
KEARNEY, Neb., Nov. 3. (Special.)
Rev. George A. Beecber, who for the past
seven yesrs acted as rector for the North
Platte Episcopal church, preached his first
sermon here yesterday, as rector of St.
lake's Episcopal church, to an overflowing
TALK IMPERIAL FREE TRADE
Colonial Conference Decidei that Reciprocity
ii Most Potable Yet.
BRITAIN AND COLONIES DECLARE WAR
Adapt Reaolatloaa Drtliari to ghat
Ferelaaers Oat of Commercial Field
aad Retala hlpa lader
LONDON, Nov. 8. A blue booV Issued to
dsy says the recent colonist conference
recognised thst preferential trade between
the I'nlted Kingdom and Its colonies would
stimulate commerce and strengthen the em
pire; thst In the present circumstances It
would not be practicable to adopt a gen
eral free trade; that with a view, however,
ot promoting free trade within the empire
It Is desirable that colonies should, as far
as their circumstances permit, give sub
stantial preferential advantages to the
Five of the premiers undertook to sub
mit to their governments a request thst
measures be tsken to give effect to the
principle of this resolution.
A memorandum from the president ot the
Bosrd of Trade shows thst the premiers
mere prepared to recommend preferential
treatment on British goods as follows:
Csnsda, the existing preference of 33 1-3
per cent and additional preference on se
lected articles by reducing duties In favor
of the Vnited Kingdom, raising duties on
foreign Imports and placing duties on cer
tain foreign Imports now free.
New Zesland. a 10 per cent all-round re
duction on present duties on British goods.
Cape Colony and Natal, 25 per cent pref
erence on British goods.
Australia was not In a position to define
the extent of the preference to be given.
Another resolution emphasizes the de
sirability of refusing privileges for the
coasting trade, including trade between the
United Kingdom and the colonies and be
tween the colonies, to countries wherein
corresponding trade Is carried In ships of
their own nationality. The conference also
adopted a resolution advocating the Inser
tion In shipping agreements ot provisions
to prevent excessive freight charges or any
preference In favor of foreigners.
CATTLE MAY ENTER ILLINOIS
Order la I.aaed Allowing; Stock to
Cross Border, When For
SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Not. 8. A proclsma
tlon was Issued by the governor. In ac
cordance with an order from the Depart
ment of Agriculture, admitting cattle from
Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Mis
souri, Kansas, Texas, New Mexico and Art
tona after November 1.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair in Nebraska and Iowa Today,
bat Lower Temperatere is
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. Forecast:
For Nebraska and South Dakota Fair
and colder Tuesday; Wednesday fair.
For Iowa and Missouri Fair Tuesday,
with cooler in west portion; Wednesday
fair and colder.
For Illinois Fair Tuesday; Wedneaday
fair and colder; brisk south winds, becom
For Kansas Fair and colder Tuesday;
For Colorado and Wyoming Rain and
cooler Tuesday; Wednesday fair.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA, Nov. 8. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
'ear8: 1302. 1801. 1800. 1S9.
Maximum temperature .. 68 40 72 4S
Minimum temperature ... 89 M 4S 23
Mean temperature 48 33 SO S6
Precipitation 00 .0o .00 .00
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for this day and since March L
Normal temperature j
Excess for the day 8
Total excess since March 1 -245
Normal precipitation 06 Inch
Deficiency for the day 06 lncn
Total rainfall since March 1.... 25. 96 inches
Deficiency since March 1 2. S3 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period. 1901.. 4.99 inches
Excess for the cor. period. 1900.. 1.39 Inches
Report, from Btatloas at T P. M.
CONDITION OF THE
North Platte, part cloudy
Salt Lake, cloudy
Rapid City, part cloudy ...
Wllll8ton, part cloudy ...
St. Louis, clear
St. Paul, part cloudy
Kansas City, cloudy
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WEIXH.
Local Forecast Official.
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who owe their good health, In fact their very lives to the wonderful curative proper
ties of Swamp-Root. In writing, be aure and mention reading this generous offer in
The Omaha Dally Bee when sending your address to Dr. Kilmer a Co: Blnghamton,
If you are already convinced that Swamp-Root Is what you n?ed, you can purchase
the regular fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottlos at the drug stores everywhere. Don't
make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, .
and the address, Blnghamton, N. T., on every bottle.
SOME OTHER TIME
ISN'T ANY TIME AT ALL
Yon will not move then. If you don't rouse yourself
now you will probably continue to put up with the same
inconveniences for the next six years.
Do they keep your office clean? Your windows? The
halls? The elevator? Is the building a fire trap? nave
they an elevator that runs once an hour on week days and
not at all nights or on Sundays? Is your office hot in sum
mer and cold in winter? Any other troubles?
The cure for all these ills is an office in
The Bee Building.
R. C. PETERS 6c CO., Rental Agents.
Nectar for the Gods
waa never sipped with such gusto as the epicure feels
when a glass of our delicious , invigorating Blue Ribbon
beed trickles past his fastidious palate. When run down
In health, or when you have that "all gone" feeling, try
a bottle of our beer. You will think It Is the long sought
for fountain ot youth and renewed vigor.
S) Brewing Co. Omaha. Phone I2i
I sa4 ctmK knew
about tit oouUrtdl
MARVFL Whlrlian Sara
fd ?w SranM a h.
If b r.nnot auppl f lh
tier, but mt.4 uun it for If.
Iuiuum Uxj It s"a)
full prai).r.ii3 .r'toTi 1s.
'mmi.jlMitiL ntKVki e.
Room t& Times Bids.. M. T,
tor Data or
HERM4K Jt M-COKftKLk. DUO CO,
Corner Sixteenth faA Uodaa streets. Oeaab
Is Lbs worst JtaeMMi on curia, tn
cssle.t to curs MH&N kOU KNOW
WHAT TO LKj. Many have vlaipU-s, poig
on lie skin, sores tn in iucuU. u'.c.is,
falling hair, bore palut, talurrk; Jon I
knew It Is bLOOU 1'uiroN. btn4 to DR.
bHUVi'N. Atca fct , HilUdwpnia, pa,
for HKOWN'H iiUJl CI.HK. JJ.ufe p
Ixitl; lt.au on. month. aald only a;
tiharmao 4c Mi-C'ou.-ieil Drug Co.. Ith ai4
lodg eta . On:aha.
Brown's Capsules ." "llr J
1 Kin and Dodg 9ts.
frOH aALB KIHX dt CO. lei U AftU DOlGLAt Hi.. OMAHA.
Wtei Wrttiaf to Adrertlsers
j kwy Mestkw The Ike
frianaa iim unsiisiaisiaaiji
Treats all forms at
IT Tears Earaertenee.
IT Tears ta Omaha.
Ilia remarkable sue
earns has never barn
equaled and every day brtus many flatter
Ing reports ot tha good a l doing, or th
miUf h has given.
Hot Springs Treatment tor Syphilis
And all Blood Poisons, NO "BBF.AICINq
OUT on tha akin or (&o iuid sll sternal
signs of the disease dlssppsar at om:.
BLOOD DISEASE 'SSSf&vR.
ovtR au.ooa r.ovt
v.uw., cuschargsa, fiuiciure,
Cil, Kldiy and Bladder Jaisa, K-
4rOCy'iciC CUB-Eft IXW CHAIUiES.
TT.fcttu.nt by anal. P. O. bus . C fSj
avar US av. inn auast, balasca PerfcaA l4
lxugtas auscia. GAUUIA, CJi.
VHJTC DOVK CUmiirluwMiiir crr.'
Ii.g (itr airuos uric k, tb. WcUi fur iu b cueuS
r ft. uuns ul. r.tbedp. G4.s Is say
witB ar atUiout Uu.imx " saueaw imn,M. t i ;
Ehsrnaa MeCennaU lrud Co , Oiaaha,
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