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"WHITE ^CITIZENS O F NEVADA IN -
-TEREST THEMSEIiVES I N CASE.
ConcM Killed a White Desperado Who
Coveted Hi s Sweetheart, Th o the
Girl Was Hi s Ow n Stepdaughter
The Boy Killed Him as H e Slept,
but May Secure a Pardon.
Sew York Sun Special Service. ,
Carson, Nev., Dec. 29.Entire Ne -
vada officialdom, press, clergy and
citizens of all classes is working to
Save the life of an Indian boy of 16,
who is under sentence to be hanged
Jan. 22, 1904, for killing a white rene
gade, who tried to steal his dusky
sweetheart. The story is one of un -
usual color, even in border life, pre
senting the only case on record in
which the white population of the
state is united in trying to preserve
the life of an Indian.
Conchi is the ns\ft of the boy, and
he is a Piute of 16 years. Th e man
lie killed was known a s "Wild Bill"
Williams, who fled to the Piute reser
vation ii few years ago to escape pun -
ishoieft\t for horse stealing. H e did
not abandon his criminal life when he
obtained refuge, but the Indians were
not the ones to surrender him to jus
tice, th o his immunity was chiefly due
to his handiness with "shootin'
irons." Besides, h e took for a. squaw
one of their own tribethe mother
of Conchi's sweetheart.
From that day Conchi's troubles
began. Hi s lesson that the path of
true love never runs smoothly was
quickly learned. From the mother
Williams turned t o the dauhter
Conchi persisted in his wooing-,g
like a true lover, endured both con
tumely and injustice. In order to be
near his beloved he worked for
weeks, and even months, for Williams,
and only wonderingly shrugged his
shoulders when he Avas refused pay
by the desperado.
Killed as H e Slept.
Finally the crisis came. Resolved
to have the girl, Williams ordered
Conchi to stay away under pain of
death. A few weeks later Williams
went to a neighboring ranch and
Conchi followed him . They ate din
ner together, and then, having again
warned the youth to beware of death
5f he persisted in his wooing, Wil
liams calmly went to sleep on the
porch. H e never awoke, for Conchi,
goaded to frenzy, seized the desper
ado's own rifle and instantly killed
him. His Indian conscience acquitted
him of any wrong, for how else, he
reasoned, could be obtain justice from
the white man?
Conchi calmly went home, told of
his deed, and quietly waited for the
officers, who, he was told, would come
for him. "When taken into court a t
Pioche, he told his pathetic story in
his simple manner, hut his lawyer had
instructed him to plead guilty, and
therefore the judge had no recourse
save in the sentence to hang.
Now Conchi rests in his cell, won
dering why he is going to die, while
influential and uninfluential white Ne -
vada is working to save him. There
is every prospect that the board of
pardons will grant the appeal, and,
if so, it is the intention to send the
dusky lover to the state Indian school
to learn more about the white man
and his laws before h e espouses his
equally dusky sweetheart.
TWENTY-FIRST VICTIM
Gerrltt Motman Succumbs from Injuries
Sustained in Wreck.
Grand Hapiaa, Mich., Dec. 29.Gerritt
TVIotman oied to-day at the United Benev
olent association here from injuries sus
tained in the Pere Marquette wreck, near
Kast Paris, Saturday night. Motman is
the twenty-first victim. He leaves a
widow and five children who live in Grand
Rapids.
Hunt Game wltti a Camera.
If you want to put in a day or two
in photographing game or simply wish
to see it as it innocently moves about,
make a...little trip t o Gardiner o n the
Northern Pacific at the entrance to Yel
lowstone Park. The deer, elk, moun
tain sheep and antelope by hundreds
feed on the hills and flats about
Gardiner and Mammoth. Hot Spring's
during the fall and winter, undis
turbed, making a beautiful picture.
Send six cents for "Wonderland,
1903." Charles S. Fee, General Pas
senger Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
iomacf o
Trouble
The only remedy ever plaoed before the
people with s positive guarantee and the
only one that home people have endorsed
with their testimonials.
IS POSITIVELY
GUARANTEED TO CURE
Forms of Stomach.,
Bowel. Lung
and Throat Trouble.
WE GUARANTEE AN ABSOLUTE CURE.
Purchase price refunded by your druggist If fir *
bottle does sot give relief.
The Milks' Emulsion Co., Terre Haute. Ind.!
GentlemenI have suffered for years from
etomacu trouDle bare doctored continually, hue
with no good results. Bearing of Milks' Emul
sion, I tried it and it gave me almost instant
relief. I cannot recommend it too highly.
Yours very truly,
M, P. AKERS, Prin. and Prop.,
the start it gave me relief.* I consider it the best
remedy for stomach trouble I have ever tried.
I have recommended it to several friends and in
each case they were greatly benefited.
EMULSION DOE S NOT BRING RESULTS.
We differ from the other fellow in that
we do not insist upon your using five or
s ix jars before being benefitted. You gef
immediate relief from the first day's trial.
The MILKS' EMULSION is pleasanttotake asd
ACCOMPLISHES WONDERFUL RESULTS.
miLKS' EMULSION CO.,
Price S O cents. Teryre Haute* fads
Guaranteed and for sale by
Lyman-Eliel Drug Co., Wholesale
Distributors.
i^^^m^^^! 's5A%i / :& v?j!ifiS^Mlsl^
TITEISDAY iiVilNUIG,
Linens , Whit e Goods , Musli n Underwear , Laces , Embroidery , Lac e Curtains , Collar s and Cuffs,Whit e Shirts etc:
Fu r Rug s
$6.00Rugs, special ftO Q K
Wednesday..: *|-&--
Men's and women's pure Irish linen handker
chiefs, plain hemstitched and initialed,
some slightly mussed, worth 20c. "| ||{i
Special Wednesday. -
Women's embroidered handkerchiefs, men's
and women's initialed handkerchiefs, men's
and women's plain hemstitched handker
chiefs, some slightly mussed,
worth 25c. Special Wednesday..
" i Strbstitufe
& Texas, 5 0 St. Louis Transfer
company, $50 Wiggins Ferry com
pany, $100 American Towel company/
$30. With the $20 bill sent the Mer
chants Exchange, the total amount dis
bursed to-day is $700.
Dayton
Third Floor.
Only a few left? Present prices
will clean these out early Wed*
nesday.
$4.00 Rugs, special ft 9 1ft
Wednesday ty&mW
$5.00 Rugs, special 9 f$B
Wednesday...... ***:!!:
&,}f&r:
and,.
Daylight
Get
The Block light burns but
one mantle and produces
a 300-candle-power li^ht
from city gas, gasoline
gas or natural gas.
The Block light costs but
half a cent per hour.
Prices from $1.50 up.
Sold only here in this city.
See the Block light burn
in the Bright Basement.
PAID CONSCIENCE MONEK
STREAK O F HONESTY STRIKES
UNKNOWN REMITTERS O F
MONEY TO ST. LOUIS OFFICIALS.
St. Iiouis, Dec. 29.Considerable
curiosity is aroused in the endeavor to
identify the mysterious payment of
numerous sums of money to public
officials here lately.
Secretary George H . Morgan of the
Merchants Exchange yesterday re -
ceived a letter containing a $20 bill
"to square an old account" and signed
by "Scrupulous Conscience."
Similar letters enclosing a. total
amount of $1,320 were received b y the
city treasurer, officials of railroads and
some citizens last week. More offi
cials of different railroads and others
to-day received money from
"Scrupulous Conscience."
The recipients are all different from
those included i n the disbursements o f
last week, and are as follows:
Terminal association, $100 Louis
ville & Nashville, $100 Illinois Cen
tral, $100 Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis,
$50 Vandalia, $100 Missouri, Kansas
TIGHT IN COLORADO
Lawyer Compelled to Surrender His Arms
After Being Shot.
Cripple Creek, Colo., Dec. 29.Colonel
Verdiekberg, commanding the militia
forces in the district ordered Major Nay
lor and a squad to secure the surrender of
Attorney John G. Glover, formerly a con
gressman from Missouri, yesterday.
Mr. Glover had. sent a. letter denying the
legality of the recent order for surrender
of the arms of the citizens. In a letter
Mr. Giover referred to Governor Peabody
as "a cheap anarchist.*' He declared that
he had two guns in his office, and h e de
fied the military to take them from him.
The lawyer's^ office was found barri
caded. Glover appeared with a revolver,
and he declared that he would shoot the
first man who attempted to break down
the door. The place was surrounded by
troops, and orders were given to shoot the
man if he appeared with his gun again.
Several shots were exchanged, and the at
torney was wounded in the arm, after
which he was captured.
- Union Me n Released.
Tellurite, Colo., Dec. 29.The ease3
against the seventeen union men arrested i
on a charge of intimidating the employes !
at the Tomboy mine were nolled in the
justice court yesterday, and the bonds
men were, released from further responsi
bility.
New Patents.
Washington, D. C , Dec. 29.(Spec-
ial.)The following patents were is
sued during the past week to Minne
sota and Dakota inventors, as reported
by Williamsoft & Merchant, patent
attorneys, 925-933 Guaranty Loan
building, Minneapolis,. Minn.: Bates,
Edward C , Grand Porks, N . D., pock
et pencil holder Benjamin, Darius C ,
Jackson, Minn., Automatic attach
ment for gun Berg, Torkel H., Craw
ford, S. D harvester reel Boye,
James H., Minneapolis, Minn., Needle
case Bradley, Robert, Minneapolis,
Minn., metal wheel Braun, Robert,
Wabash Business Colleee,
Januaay 20,1903. Terre Haute m c ^
The Milks* Emulsion Co., Terre Haute, Ind.:
GentlemenI have had chronic stomach
trouble for four or five years, and have spent
hundreds of dollars without getting any per
manent relief, until Captain Cooper recom
mended Milks* Emulsion. I got a box and from. Kellog-g, Minn., combined heater and
cooker Cunningham, Colin A.
Brainerd, Minn., relief valve Felsing,
Samuel D., Crookston, Minn., straw
J. I* "WARDEN.
Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables.
Oot. 13,1903. Terre Haute, InC
Remember your druggist will refund
vour money if the first bottle of MILKS*
stackerHoughton , George H., Min
neapolis,, Minn., ash sifterHun t
Samuel M., fire escape: Jacobson,
Christian, Towner, N. D., cow milker
Martin, "Wallace B., Nickerson, Minn.,
lock for belt tighteners McMeeser,
Eugene J., Bismarck, N. D.,. napkin
holder Murray, J. B . and R., Minne
apolis, portable scaffolding Werner,
Anders G . L-. Roseau, Minn., nut lock.
Two Trains Daily. -
St. Paul and Minneapolis to Butte,
Helena, Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma,
Portland, via the Northern Pacific.
"North Coast Limited" leaves at 10:45
a. m. Pacific Express at 10:45 p . m .
Pullman tourist and dining cars,
steam heat and wide vestibules. Elec
tric lights on the "Limited." - -
+m
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
Formerly Goodtfeilow's
GEO. D . DAYTON. President. J. B . HOSHER. Vice President. D. D. DAYTON. Tre.rw.
Handkerchiefs
Morning, early afternoon, and night,
on "Duluth Short Line" of Northern
Pacific, between Twin Cities and Head
of the Lakes. Pullman, Parlor and
Observation cars. City Ticket Office
No. 19, Nicollet House Block.
Exclusive Sty fee in Sloighs and Cutters
If you want something in the Sleigh Line, something rich and luxurious and that is not com-
mon in design, something that appeals to the users of up-to-date vehicles I have it here in my
repository. Gome and see the
DAN PA TCH CUTTER
The best in the world, bar none. It is very light and will carry two people. They are driving
Dan to one, and this is all the recommendation it needs. Everything from a pony cutter to a
six passenger Russian sleigh.
W. G. Crisham
-SILK LEADERS OF TH E NIRTHWE8T-
SILKS! SILKS!
For Wednesday
kinds of good
Wednesday:
v * *
19c 29c 39c 59c 69c
Fur Department
Prices that will induce rapid buying. %
$10.00 Isabella and Sable Fox Neck &f Q R
Scarfs, Wednesday W*%***
$45.00 Electric Seal Jackets 4R9Q 7 R
special Wednesday. *&!**- I i f
$49.75 Astrakhan Jacketsspe- tik^BR A A
cial Wednesday :.. %&*B*Bm%?W
Dress Goods I
At Clearance Sale Prices.
French VoileWarranted wool, 38 inches wide, all
the new shades, such as champagne,navy,brown,
and resedaa handsome cloth, J& &**.
wine
worth
65c. Special Wednesday.
Canvas SkirtingLight gray, 52-in. goods, of heavy
weight, for suits and unlined skirts,
$1 quality. Special Wednesday......
six large tables have been
silks, worth from 75c to$2.00.
filled with new lots of all
Special prices for
Ribbons
Pure silk, washable Taffeta Ribbons, good colors,
3J and 3 | inches wide sold regularly to
20c per yard. Special Wednesday
BRYAN MAY NAME HEARST
BANQUET FOR THE RETURNING
"AMERICAN EXPECTED TO TAKE
AN INTERESTING TURN.
Special to The Journal.
Sioux City, Iowa, Dec. 2 9.A big
democratic state function is to be the
banquet at the Linden to W. J. Bry
an on his return from Europe, prob
ably on Jan . 18. Committees' are
perfecting arrangements. All the
speakers are to be Nebraskans, but
the event is expected to have some
national significance.
It is reported that friends of Mr.heretofore
Bryan have intimated that he will
present Hearst for the presidency at
that time. Th e rumor is persistent
that Bryan went to see Croker in the
interest of Hearst and that he favors
the New Yorker, who has always loy
ally supported him.
Three Trains Daily
GHOULS ATTACKED WRECK
ONLY TWENTY DIED I N PERE
MARQUETTE DISASTER ONE
HORRIBLY MANGLED.
Grand Rapids, ^Mich., Dec. ,29.
Careful revision- of the list of dead
shows a total of' nineteen victims of
the wreck on rj^e I^ere Marquette rail
way instead, pfjlwerit^-rtwo as previous
ly reported ' .This &o$p.not include the
fragments of-a ittodyj discovered at the
spot where the^dswp engines came to -
gether^ The corjbner is convinced that
the fragments axie not-part o f a body
ctiscbv&recl, but represent
another victim.^ Identification is im
possible. - '"''
The unidentified body in the
morgue, which was supposed to be that
of A. J. King of Kingsley, has been
identified as John Metheny McSween
of Red City, Mich., 2 4 years old.
Despite the extreme precautions and
watchfulness of the Fere Marquette
railway officials and county officers, it
now is believed that many acts of van
dalism were committed. -
Coroner Hilliker said yesterday that
nothing of any value whatever was
found by him when he searched the
dead, and that he believes ghouls
25 ana 27 West Firth, St Paul, Minn.
j.
Flannel Waists
Great Price Reductions.
French flannel waists, all colors, odd sizes. Three styles that
formerly sold from $2.00 to $2.75, tfe* fiQ
choice Wednesday N* - - V*F
Reduced Prices for Wednesday.
Fine black mercerized petticoats, three bias ruffles on flounce,
braid at head offlounce,$1.25 skirts, 4fe"f A A
Wednesday special H* m U%9
Black mercerized petticoats, deep circular flounce with three
small ruffles on bottom, $2.25 skirts, d&4 A O
Wednesday special, H* - - *F t f
Heavy black Taffeta petticoats, three ruffles,flaringflounce,
$6.50 skirts, Wednesday C* K A A
special,
nsBnuai
ROUNDTAB
1 6 CENTS, 2 FOR 2 5 CENTS
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.
Makers of Cluett and Monarch Shirts
robbed the remains. Sums of money
ranging from $10 to $50 are missing
from bodies of victims who are known
to have been carrying money.
Sheriff Chapman is authority for the
statement th at a gang of men were
fought off the relief train -when it left
Grand Rapids, but the sheriff believes
that these men managed to again
board the train unnoticed.
There are many forms of nervous
debility in. men that yield t o the use
of Carter's Iron Pills. Those who are
troubled with nervous weakness, night
sweats, etc., should try them.
DECEMBER 29, 1903.
Seventh St. and Nloollet Ave.
Skirts
At About Half-Price for Wednesday.
$7.50 Walking Skirts,
for
$12.50 Walking Skirts,
for
$15.00 Walking and Dress Skirts,
for
Petticoats
FRANK H . OARLETON. Director.
Dily. +Ex. Sunday.
OutmgFlannel
Nightgowns and
Underskirts.
$1.25 Gownsassorted QA/i
stripes. ***
11.26 Underskirtsembroid- Qffl
i
Jewelry Dept.
Many Articles at Less Thai* Half Price.
Scarf Pins, worth to 25c,
Wednesday
Neck Chains, 54-in. long, beads, amber, coral
and other natterns, worth to 4 %*%,
$1.00, Wednesday. - U U
Pearl Necklaces, four and five strand, worth
to $3.50
Wednesday..'..
Clasp Coin Purses, worth 25c,
Wednesday
Pin Cushions, fruit and basket de
signs, worth 25c, Wednesday
Picture Plaques, worth 25c,
Wednesday '.....
Sterline Match Boxes, worth
75c, Wednesday ...
.75
$6.95 $8.95
Set* Rings, worth 50c,
Wednesday
Ebonoid Comb and Brush Sets,
worth $1.5 0, Wednesday
Wedgewood Jars, worth 50c,
Wednesday
Ebonoid Hand Mirrors, 5|-in.,
$1.25 kind, Wednesday
Decorated China Hair Receivers,
worth 50c, Wednesday.
Walrus Automobile Bags, worth
$1.50, Wednesday - -
Electric LightedObserva-
tion Cars to Portland, Ore., via*10:45
Butte, Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma
Pacific Express
Fargo.Helena, Butte, Spokane,
N
ARRO W BRAND
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland
_ Fargo and Leech Lake Local
*I0:30:TOPS
NOTE.All trains use the Union Bt.
Paul, and Union Station in
Hlnneapoll*VT:o
.
TICKET OFFICE MwL.Lif3Station,ffi:
pS^I^NOFPHE^
Office, 300 Nic Phone, Main 860. Union Depot
Leave "Daily. tEac Sunday. Ajrive.
t 9:00 am S t Cloud, Fergus Palls, Fararo,
fl0 00am ...Tintah. Aberdeen, Fargo...
*11:01
am
f 10:00 am
t 8:05 pm
t 5:10 pm
*8:20
pm
* 6.0 2
Winnipeg Express
pm
Via. Ferg. Falls Div .
" 8:40 pir.
* 8:40 pir
* 8:40pn
* 9:30 an
11:47 pn
t 8:05 pr,
.'uget Seuna Express
. .Montana and Pacific Coast..
Breck.. Fargo, G. Forks
/Yillmar, S.Falls, Yank.,5. City
ilinneaota and Dakota Express
\ ttophsr aitato
. Express
( Minneapolis to Duluth.
Sleeper for 11:47 train ready at 8 p. m.
pRTH-WSTERN [jWE
Ticket Office, 600 Nicollet. Phone. 240. Main.
Ex. Sunday. Others Daily.! Leave. | Arrive.
Chicago, Milw'kee, Madison,I
ChicagoFast Mall
North-Westem Limtd
Chicago. Milw'kee. Madison
Duluth, Superior, Ashland.
Elmore, Algona, Pe s Moines
Elmore, Algona. Des Moines
NevrUlm, Xracy, Watertovrn
Sioux City,Omaha. Blk Hills
7:10 am
7:30 pm
8:0D an
7:10 am
Bu City, Omaha, Kan. Cy.
Watertown, Huron, Redfleld
Worthlngton, Mitchell, Su F
Farmington. Mankato, Wells. Iz 7:o0am ilO:45am
Farmlngton, Mankato, Wells, [a 6:40pm 10:10p i
MINNEaPfus i|
-r IAIIH i. tk Nicollet neuaa ,
ST. WUI3 ft. ft. Cora.r.
PhouB No. 32S. St. Lonls Depot.
afix. Sunday. Others Daily. | Leave. | Arrlv*.
Watertown and Storm Lakel I
Express |a 8:07 amla 6:18 pm
Omaha, De s Moines. Kan-I I
s ss City, Uason City and I ,' | " - '
Viarshalltown |a 9:86 amla 6:40 pm
EsUierrllle and Madison..
-MOBXH STAB LIMITED
Chioif o and St, Louis.
' ,*'-
a
ered ruffles
12c
$1-4.8
'The Maple Leaf Route.'
City Ticket Oftice, 6th and Nlcouet, Minneapolis.
Depot. Waetlngton and 10th av S. Tel. M. 282.
| Leave I Arrive.
'Ex. Sunday. Others PaUy.|Min'poU. jMin'polis,
Hay field, Melnty re, Oelweln, I 7:40 am |
Dubuque, Chicago anal 8:00 pm
Bant 1 10:45 pm|
Cedar Falls, Waterloo, Mar
shalltown, Des Moines,
&t. Josepb. Kansas City. .
Leave Arrive
am
*1:50
*10i45
pm
pm
BXoorbead, Fargo, (Jamestown
Dally Ex. Saturday), Orookston,
Grand Forks, ttraftou, Winnipeg
7:05
am
9:10
am
St. Cloud, Little Falls, Braln
erd, Walker, Bernldj 1, Fargo....
-Dakota and Manitoba Express
Fergus Falls, Wahpeton,
f5:20
pm
8:35
pm
"Duluth Short Line"
*6:50
am
TRAINS TO
DULUT H AN D SUPERIOR
lo:uu am
8:00 pm
10:45 pm
Red Wing, Rochester,Osage,
NorthtU-lu. Mankato
8:lu pm
7:55 am.
1:1.5 pm
*7:55 am
4:55 pm
Kenyon, Dodge
Hayfield
Austin, Lyle,
Ft. Dodge,
and Omaha
Rook ImSmntS
t8:l5i
*7:30 pm
10:55 am
Center, I
4:85 pm| 11:20 hm
7:40 am
7:30 pm
8:10 pm
7:30 am
OFFICE, 882 NICOLLET AV.
Phones, N. W., 2147 T. C , 623.
Trains leave and arrive Milwaukee Depot Dally.
|Leave for|Arr. froB
Rapids, | Albert Lea, Cedar
Davenport. Rock IsBland:
Mollne, cnlcago, Bur-J :iO .\m
lington. Qnincy and St.
BLO
Lonto j 7:00 pm
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste, Marie
TRAINS
FOR
Leave 7:25 a. m.
Arrive 8:60 a. in,and
and 7:05 p. no. daily,
5:10 p. m. daily.
*7i16
am
*2i15
pm
* 6:55am
* 6:55am
* 6:55am
* 7:59pm
* 6:45am
tl2:40pm
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, sucli as '
"Wind and Fain in the Stomach, Sick Bead- [
ache. Giddiness, Fulness and Swelling after -
weals. Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills
Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Short
Bess of Breath, Costiveness, Blotches on th -
Skin. Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams
and all Nervous and Trembflngr Sensations. ,
Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one r
B ox of these Pills, and they will b e ack~ r
on. 7:50 ami
.. .I 6:00 pml
10:20 pm
10:00 am
nowledged to be WITHOUT A RIVAL.
18:00
pm i
ChicagoAtlantic Express..
Duluth, Superior, Ashland.,
Twilight* Limited
8:10 pm
P.80 am
8.10 pm
,8:.0am
4:08 p a
8:40 am
Depot, 3d and Washington ava S. Ar .
Lv
0:45 ami Pacific Express, dally 6:00 pm
6:85 pm|.. .Atlantic Limited, dally ... 8:80 JXD
Depot, 6th and Washington av s N.
8:30 pml
8:00 ami
. .. Dakota Express.
. Rhinelander Local,
t 4:55pm
Flyer to Paolfflo Soast
t 5:40pm
IOIIO
Willmar, S. Falls. S. City. (
( Water town, Browns Valley 1
.. Princeton,' Milaca, Duluth..
...Wayzata and Hutchinson...
pm
t 5:40pm
tl2:40pm t 8:65pm
dally 17:30 am
ex. Sun .. 10:03 pm
WISC9MS1N CENTRAL IV.
MILWAUKEE iiihi CHICAGO
BEECHAM'S PILLS taken as direo "
ted, will quickly restore Females to complete *
BealtH. Tliey promptly remove any oostruo- *
10:20 pm
7i55
6:20 pm
5:00 pm
9:35
pm,
7:85 am
4:00
pm
tion or Irregularity of the system. For a
Weak
8tomach9
Impaired Digestion*
Disordered Liver,
9:05 am
Omaha Limited ) 7:
Sioux City. Omaba, Cv U. fcdo J p
Su City. Omaha, Kin. c.r..l
they act like magica few doses will work
wonders upon the Vital Organs Strengthen*
8:30 pm
8:30 pm
8:k pm
3 0
8:30 MD
S:ft0 a/o
pm
8:80 pml
8:1 J
am
5:i0 am
icxx.w.Axnrjsx DDOI.
Clicigo, Miliai.cc &
Si. Ni l UlUWiJ.
id
Prepared only by Thomas BeeCham
St. Helens, England.
Sold everywhere In Boxes 10c. and 25c.
^
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CvoreA a t your home.
DANDRUFF
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irritated or'itching: scalp, blanch
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Largest Sale of any Patent,?
Medicines in the World.
(June 14. 1803.)
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RECOMMEND THEMSELVES.
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