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THE NORFOLK NEWS : MUDAY , PEBRUA 2YO , JU)0 ) : > . Committee Not Yet Ready to Report , NOT MUCH DOING AT LINCOLN , A Few Appropriation Dllla Hnvo Deon Introduced but They Must All Keep In the Background Until the Revenue - nuo Measure Is Dtnposod or. Lincoln , Fob. 18 , ( Special correspond ence ) . AH was expected n week HKO , the roTcnno committed wan not roivly to report this wok , nntl was rondlly granted more tlmo. The main features ot the bill hart boon agreed upon by the members , but the actual work of the compilation had yet to bo clone. On thU a committee of fllx lawyers has put In n solid week , and a report of the finished product IB expected in a clay or two. In the mean tlmo it in notlcoablo thnt. faith in the ultimata passive of n revenue bill has grown among the mom- born of the legislature , as well ns among outsiders. This shown n ooiiHldorublo confidence in the members of the rev- onno committee , The program an outlined by ono of the members of the rovcnno committee la to report the bill and have n hirgo nnmbor of extra copies nt onon printed , 0 that the people outside of the capital mny hoop puce with the deliberations on the now bill. It la especially desired thnt the county clerks , treasurers and commissioners have ooplcH , IXH tboy are facing the tax problem every clay , and BoggCRtlona from them will bo of IIH- sistnnco in the discussion of the bill. On account of the pending revenue bill , the events of the past week hnvo not boon of great IntoroBt , Appropria- tloiiH for Ptuto institutions have boon re ported and difiouRHod in some CIISOB , but it is conceded that most of thorn must wait nntll the ono important matter is disposed of. There hnvo been discussions in both ends of the housu regarding the prevailing methods of letting bridge contracts in counties nnd bills to on- conrngo honest contracts nnd shut out combination bidding have got fairly well started in both ends of the legisla ture. There 1ms boon much discussion of the elevator bills now bnforo the leg islature , and according to program they will bo considered by the counties this week , The 0110 in the honso is by Ilixtn- soy of Gngo , and the ono in the Bonato IB by Brady of Boono. They call for practically the siuno thing , which is , that any person bo allowed to bnllcl an olovntor adjoining the railroad right of way nt station , nnd compel the com pany to run n side track up to the olo- T U > F. T'l9 ' Pglt ron ! 9f t P question comes In part from local dissatisfaction in some parts of the stnto bouunHO of dlscrlnluation or unequal facilities and partly from the efforts of an organiz ation worked np by n Kansas elevator man , Some bills of Interest rooontly Intro- dncod in the house are j No. 107 , pro viding that saloon notices bo published in a paper of "general circulation ; " No. 201 .compelling cities nnd vlllngo clerks to report four times a year the complete rocorcl of bonded indebtedness to the state auditor ; No. 208 , providing for appointment of matron whore fe males or minors under 18 or confined in jails ; No. 211 , providing for ohattla mortcnuo on oltsnriuK : No. 210. per mitting independent telephones to outer cities ; No. 281 , appropriating § 75,000 for an exhibit nt St. Louis ; No. 287 , for an examining board for the inspection of steam boilers nud licensing of engineers ; No. 255 , making chicken stcnllng ft felony ; No. 055 , npproprlnt ing $85,000 for n building for the Stnto Historical society ; No. 08 , appropriat ing $1,000 to fit up a G. A. R. Museum and pay for publication of reports for department commander. Interesting senate bills recently printed : No. 128 , preventing justices of peace from acting t\s nttorney in cases brought before themselves ; No. 120 , providing for the priority of lions for the feeding and care ot live stock ; No. 131 , repealing * the wolf bounty law ; No 1JJO , amending the registration , primary nucl general election laws ; No. 140 providing for condemnation of lo cation on rlifht of way for the erection of grain elovntors ; No. 153 , joint reso lution calling for direct election of U. S senators ; No. 154 , providing for n commission toroviso the statutes ; No. 171 , for the reduction in the width of public roads In certain cases. PIERRE TO THE HILLS. .J. M. Medbury is Exploiting Rehabili tation of an Old Line. Rapid City , S. D. , Feb. 19. It is an- nonucert that J. M. Medbury , who has for some mouths been agitating the matter of building n railroad from Pierre to the Black Hills , has finally entered into n contract for his company , nud is required by the terms to have the road completed within two yenrs. Mr Medbury visited Rapid City last fall and met in conference with the stockholders of the old Rapid City nnd Mi-'Hour i River railroad to negotiate for the latHT's right of way , on which some grading was done several years ngo. While the people of the Black Hills are greatly interested in the proposed roarl , they tire skeptical at this time , fetuiugitmay have eomo connection with the capital flght. Killed by Fall From Bridge. Plattsmouth , Feb. 10. William "Webb , employed on the Burlington bridge at this plnce.was probably fatally injured us a result of failing nearly sixty feet yesterday afternoon. His skull was crushed , both legs were broken and he was otherwise injured. Slight hopes ro entertained for his recovery , Webb is 38 years of age. ' TEACHER SHOOTS A PUPIL , I Affray nt Hynnnls Follows Trouble In School Room. HyatinK Fob. 10 , In a fight in the school nt 10 o'clock Monday morning between Prof , Hill , recently of Winner - nor , Nob. , principal of the schools hero , and three big boys , Prof. Hill shot 0110 of them , ' Henry Doom , and seriously wounded him , Young Boom \VIIH hit in the log nnd is under n doctor's earn. The wound is grave , but not cotiftldorod clangorous. Sheriff Morgan hns Hill under arrest. The shooting was the culmination of bad fooling thnt had existed between Prof. Hill nnd three of the larger pupils for some time. Last Friday 11111 wan ohafttlslng Frank Yeast , whnn Henry Boom and his brother interfered and ordered him to stop. The insub ordination was measurably ( moiled without violence , but the pupils and principal wore by no menus reconciled. This morning Prof. Hill ordered Henry Bocun from the room , Ho re fused to go and Hill undertook to ex pel him by force , A ilorco light ensued - sued , Young Boom nnd his compan ions Hot savagely upon Hill nnd foiled him to the lloor. One of the boys had n club with which they were beating Hill when lie drew n revolver nnd fired , His assailants then retreated to an other part of the room , and nil the pupils were huddled together in n cor ner , dreading what might happen next , nnd the cursing of the three boys ceased. Presently some pupils hurried from the room and the building , nnd presently their example wns followed by nil the others. In n short time the news of the trouble hud attrnotocl n orowd of clti- ZOIIH to the school , nnd the sheriff took the teacher in custody. The boys hnvo not boon arrested. PLACER OIL CLAIMS. Twenty-Eight Hundred Filed In the Nebraska-Dakota Country. Hot Springs , S. D. Fob. 10. The re. cent excitement that has boon aroused along the Nebraska line south of hero has resulted in nbout 1)50 ) quarter BOO- tlous of laud being filed upon for placer oil mining claims. Each claim com prises only twenty acres , which moans that 2,800 claims in the aggregate have boon taken. A contract has boon lot to sink the present nhnft on the Snginnw mine near Oustoi , COO feet , the work to bo begun at onco. The miners in the Ida Florence in the drift from the 200-foot level out through a strata in the ludgo of very rich rook last Friday. The rich strata of chim ney is a foot thick nud will nssny nbout $ nOOn ton of rock. Mr. Slsk snyu thnt it uppenrs to iucrenso in size nnd riohno s us they proneed. WIHo ) doing assessment work on n claim south of the Golden Slipper workmen cut Into n ledge 10 Inches thick that Is very rich. The ropi.rt is that It is all specimen rock nnd the free gold can be soon in the entire 10 inches. An extraordinary rich strike is re ported as having been made the fore mrt of the week on the LeRoy mine , near Ouster. It is n telluride oro. At the Golden Mortar mine the shaft is down about 7C foot , nud n drift is beIng - Ing run to crocs-cut the ere body. The formation is hornblende mingled with quartz carrying native copper , free gold and bismuth tollnrldo. The showing is excellent. Hawk Wright has purchased the ill n ! Ill tinrtri nf r.lin Olil Hill frnm T > T Wheeler nud hns put men nt work sink ing the old shaft deeper and otherwise developing the property. FOR NEW COURT HOUSE. SpecialJEIection Hold to Declare for Bond Issue. Fairfax , S. D , Feb. , 10. Great in terest is being taken in the special elect ion which will be held on Tuesday of next week for the purpose of voting upon the question of issuing- bonds in the sum of § 6,000 for the construction of a county court houso. Some of the partisans of Boucsteo nre opposing the proposed erection of n conrt honso. The people of thnt place hope at wnno future time to capture the county sent from Fairfax , nud for the reason do not wish to see a court house erected here , for when such a building is erected the light to take the conuty seat from this place would bo hopeless With the present campaign for the issuance of bonds taking this shape , no safe prediction can ho made as to whether or not the bonds will carry although the residents and friends o Frirfax are hopeful of being able to secure n majority. GOVERNORS' DINNER. Invitations are Out for the Annua Affair. Lincoln , Fob. 10 The governor's nn unal dinner will bo given February 2 nt the executive mnnsinn. Goveruo Mickey decided on the dnto nud hns son invitations to the following ox-gover nors : John M. Thayer , William A Poyntor , Silas A. Holconib nnd Ezra P Savage , Lincoln ; Lorenzo Grouuso and James E Boyd , Omaha ; Robert W Furnan , Browuvillo ; Silna Garber , Rec Oloud ; Albinus Nimoe.GhlcaKO ; Oharle II Deitrioh nnd James W. Dawes Washington. Rich Deposit of Lead. Beatrice , Fob , 10. Quite n little ex citement wns caused in Bnmstown Monday by the discovery of what seem to be n rich deposit or lead in a ston quarry west of that town. Samples of of the ere have been sent to experts for examination , nud if the article proves to be valuable n company will be formed for the development of the find. Not n few of that neighborhood are of the opinion that lend and iron can be fonnd In that vicinity In paying quantities. Character and Extent of Trees on the Islands. CHANCES FOR GOVERNMENT. 'ho Chief of the Bureau of Forestry Hnc Returned From the Philippines , Filled With the Possibilities of That Portion of Uncle Sam's Domain , Washington , Fob. 10. Mr. Glf- orcl Plnoliot , chief of the bureau of orostry , hns returned from the Philip- lines , where hn wan Bout Inst August by Secretary Wilson , at the request of the oorotary of war , to report on the forest tolioy of the Islands. A personal examination of the Philip- ) tno forests nucl n study of market con- litions hnvo convinced Mr. Plnohot of ho vnluo of timber nud of the very grent opportunities on the island for [ ovorumont forestry. "Both for for estry nnd for foresters , " ho says , "tho Philippines offer the finest field I ki ow of. The forestry bureau of the islands , under Oapt. Goo. P. Ahorn , has obargo of the development of valuable forests composed of trees the names of which nro mostly unfamiliar to Americans and of whoso habits wo know comparatively nothing. An unlimited field for profitable - able study Is offered the young foresters now entering the Philippine service. ? ho objection thnt the Islands am dan gerously nuhealthy is n mistaken one. , ' believe that a man who takes cure of ilmsolf mny work with entire safety in ho Philippines. On n gunboat placed at his disposal by Governor Taf t , Mr. Pinohot , in com- mny witli 0iptaiu Ahorn , made n trip of 8,000 milufl among the islands. The ailing was clone at night , when possi- ) lo ; landings were made in the day and ho forests of all the larger islands nud of many of the smaller ones were ex amined "Probably more than half the area of ho Islands is in forest , " says Mr. Pin- chot. "Tho best timber I saw was In Min- lauao , on the road built by the army rom the const toLiuno , where the fight ing with the Mores hns boon going on. There the host trees are 150 to 175 feet high , with clear lengths of 00 to 100 'oot nud dinmotors of 8 to 0 feet. The forest is dense nui interwoven with creepers , nud prepress through it is often impossible without cutting n way. [ 'ho ' Islands contain largo areas without forest , us along the railroad from Ma- ilia to Dagnpau. Nearly the whole slnud of Oobu nnd pnrts of Punay nro vlthout forests. Oil the other hand , Mindanao ana Parugna are nearly all in orest. "Tho pine of the Bouguot provldenc e s about the only tree which an A m can in the Philippines will recognize. Although nearly 700 species have boon described nud classified , doubtless many ? hilllpino trees still remain unknown. Very ninny of the timbers are flue cabi net woods ; nearly all nro heavy , and nnny sink in water. At present their use is limited entirely by their ability to withstand the attacks of the teredo and the white nnt. "Lumbering is a problem on the si mi < ls. The death of nearly nil the caribou has in some places reduced the industry to the employment of baud labor entirely , which is scarce and un satisfactory. What lumbering is now ? oing on is of the most primitive sort. I have soon heavy logs hnulod with tackles by hand. A cousidonable part of the timber used on the islands is im ported from the United States. " Mr. Piuohot journeyed to the Philippines - pines by way of Russia , whore ho fonnd an bfllciout nnd highly developed system of government forestry. He visited the forest schools of St. Petersburg nud Moscow , mot the forest ofHoinls nud made trips with them into the woods. Ho also observed the plnnting on the steppes. Of the Russian forests Mr. Pinohot says : "They are very good , ns a whole , though not to bo compared with those of our own Pivoiflo coast. Across Russia and Siberia , from Moscow to the borders of Manchuria , one is never out of sight of r vtr " Mr. Pinchot will make n complete re port on his observations in the Philip- pines. Killed by an Insane Man. McCook , Feb. 10. Robert G. Mitchell who lived on a faim about ten miles sonthwest of this city , was instnntly killed by his brother-in-law , Ed , Liu- coin , Sunday morning. Lincoln was stbject to fits , from which ho had been suffering severely all last week. This deranged him nnd the murder wns the probable outcome. Lincoln had previously threatened to do the net. Mitchell's skull wns crushed like nu egg shell by n piece of n wngon tiro. tiro.Mitchell Mitchell wns formerly a Burlington engineer , running out of McCook. Lin coln is now in the hnndsof the sheriff of Hitchcock county , nt Onlbertson. PORTE PREPARES FOR WAR. Relieved by Powers' Assurances , Still Makes Ready to Mass Million Men. Constnntlnople , Feb. 1C. In official circles it is asserted that the porte hns received from the powers nssur- ances regnrdlng Bulgaria's pacific In tentions and that It has been greatly relieved thereby. The military coun cil has completed the plans for the mobilization of the Second and Third army corps , and has decided thnt In the event of it becoming necessary to take the field in Macedonia Marshal Edham Pnshn , the generalissimo In the Qraeco-Tiirklsh war , will have the supreme command of a million of men who would be available there. EX-MAYOR AME3 IN CUSTODY , Fugitive Mlnncnpollo Official Arrested at Hancock , N , H. Unncoclc , N. II. , Fob. 10. Broken in spirit , n physical wreck , nnd changed probably beyond recognition , Dr. Al bert Alon/o Amen , formerly mayor of Minneapolis , nnd who IB wanted In thnt city on nn indictment for at tempted bribery , wns dlBcovered yes terday In the homo of n local minister nnd placed tinder nrrent by Sheriff Donno of Mnnchoster. So pltlnbla wna bin condition that ho was not locked tip , but left In charge of n deputy to jiwalt ) ho arrival of ofllcorfl from Mln- ncapolln. After bin nrrcst Ames communicated with former United States District At torney Charlcn J. Hnmblott of Nashua nnd obtained his services for n flfht which ho says ho will make against extradition. Dr. Ames has been hero for several weeks , although his presence was not known outside of the homo of Rev. C. II. Chnnln , who received and sheltered him. Mrs , Chapln is n sister of the wonmn who accompanied Dr. Ames and who is supposed to bo his wife. The knowledge of thin relationship probablv led to his detection. Sheriff , Donne received a communi cation from Chief of Police Qrogor of Minneapolis , asking him to go to Han cock nnd see if Ames bad sought ref uge at the homo of his sister-in-law. The sheriff came hero nnd after an In vestigation placed Ames under arrest yesterday afternoon. Dr. Ames Is wanted to answer to nn indictment for attempted bribery nnd for defaulting his $10.000 ball , given nt the time of his indictment. MISCREANTS WRECK TRAIN. Steal Switch Lock , Thus Sending En gineer and Fireman to Deatn. Washington , Feb. 16. Further In vestigation of the Southern railway wreck , which occurred nt Ravens- worth , Vn. . yesterday , when the New York and Florida pxpress dashed into an open switch , confirms the opinion that the catastrophe was of malicious origin. An Investigation showed that the lock of the switch had been broken nnd taken entirely away. Superintend ent Jones is Inclined to the belief thnt some enemy of the road desired to wreck the train nnd thnt no rob bery was intended. Both Engineer John Purvis and Walter Wlgginton , the fireman , died at their posts. The former's body was found under the engine , burned nnd terribly mangled. Two postal clerks , Victor P. Ham mer and N. W. Borden , living in this city , were injured in the wreck quite severely , Smashes Saloon Windows. Topeka , Kan. , Feb. 1C. Plate glass window fronts of four of the finest Kansas avenue saloons and two drug stores -were smashed In bits at nn enrly hour Saturday morning with an nx in the hands of Miss Blanch Boise , a disciple of Mrs. Nation. The smash ing was done from the sidewalk. The damage will amount to hundreds of dollars. She gives ns her excuse for her hatred of saloons that liquor ruined a favorite brother. She wns "arrested nnd placed in Jail. Fatally Shot by Husband. Oil City. Pa. , Feb. 1C. Mrs. Beulah Zllllfro , aged eighteen years , was shot and fatally wounded while entering the back door of her father's home at Brady's Bend , last night. Her hus band , Hnrvey Zllllfro , aged twenty. Is missing. About two weeks nco Zllllfro was driven from home by his wi'Vs father because the latter claimed ho had ill-treated his wife. Fulton Partly Inundated. Fulton , Ky. , Feb. 1C. Owing to the heavy rains in the past thirty-six hours the western and southern portions tions of Fulton are threatened with inundation. Harris fork is already over Its banks and the negro quarters of the town are. flooded. The river Is Btill rising nnd it Is still raining. Much damage Is threatened. Coaling Station Agreements. Havnna , Feb. 1C. Minister Squiers has received a message from Washing ton and it is believed the naval coal ing station agreements will be signed within a few hours. SPARKS FROM THE WIRES. President Roosevelt received n great number of valentines from all parts of the country. Archduchess Elizabeth , mother of the former queen regent of Spain , died at Vienna. Sentiment in Paris is strongly In fa vor of Mme. Theresa Humbert In the suit against her by Banker Cattanl , as she nppenrs to have shown she was a victim of usury. Poultney Bigolo.w , in a lecture at New York , told his hearers that in war between the United States nnd Germany "the Americans would get licked out of their boots. " The steamer Germanic passed through the most severe storm in the experience of the captain , who saya the vessel was threatened by furious gales nearly all the way across. W. G. Caldwell of West Virginia was seriously Injured and may lese an eye ns a result of an encounter with three men , said to bo Dan R. Hanna , son of the senator ; W. A. Clark , Jr. and John Winder. Repeated reports of outrages in the Balkans is raising much" indignation in Paris and mass meetings of protests nro nrranged for this week. The evidence denco shows the Macedonians deliber ately provoke attackc. The Elkins bill providing punish mcnt for the granting of rebates by railways passed the senate without debate and Is certain to bo signed by President Roosevelt , as he has ap proved each step of Its progress as it ba been made. 11 IP Lieutenant General of American Ar.ny PC-urns Home. MONARCHS EXTEND COURTESIES Distinguished Tourist Graciously Re ceived at Court of St. James Par ty Makcn a Five Months' Trip Around the World. New York , Feb. 1C. Lieutenant General Nelson A. Miles , commanding the United States army , his wlfo and party arrived here yesterday on the Lucnnla. General Miles , who has been nbrond five months , has In that time [ jcen nround the world. To his Interviewers , General Miles Enid : "I hnvo been nbroad for five months. On the 1st of October we Balled on the transport Thomas. Wo stopped at Honolulu , the Sandwich isl ands , nnd then sailed for Guam. We touched at the island , then continued to the Philippines. We spent a month Jiere. I examined the mllltnry sltun- tion nnd visited the principal stations and forts and inspected the troops. There were no serious hostilities at that time. The 20,000 troops there were In fine condition. " Continuing , the General said the party went from Japan to Port An : lnir and thence to Peking. "I re mained there a short time. We have thorp n smnll detachment of troops the legation guard nt the capital. Everything there is quiet. 'We , were accorded an audience by the emperor and the dowager empress. They re ceived us with a great deal of courtesy and attention. Wo saw the troops of the Chinese army nnd the troops of the nllled forces which nre still there. " Genernl Miles' pnrty went through northern China to Siberia , passing : hrough Manchuria enroute , and on : o Moscow and St. Petersburg. "I paid a very pleasant visit to King Edward when wo reached England and was most graciously received. " Regarding the story that Mrs. Miles was overlooked in the invitation which the general received from Kint ; Edward , General Miles said : "Mrs. Miles was not Invited to Windsor ser through nn over-sight. It was not < nown thnt she was with me , or the nvltatlon would have been extended : o her also. " SHEEP AND CATTLE PERISH. Blizzard Causes Heavy Loss to Stock men in Western States. Salt Lake , Feb. 16. The heavy fall of snow during the past week and a continuance of zero weather through out this section has cost the stock nnd sheep men of northern Utah , southern Wyoming nnd Idaho thou sands of dollars In the loss of stock. If the weather does not moderate soon the losses will be enormous , ac cording to men conversant with exist ing conditions. This morning the mer cury hugged the zero mark and the predictions are for continued cold. Where it is possible sheep and stock men are hauling feed to their starving herds , but in most cases this cannot be done. Word was received in this city that cattle men in the Shoshone district of Idaho , being unable to feed their isolated herds , and in order to prevent a total loss , have been com pelled to shoot the stock , the car casses being stripped of the hide. Worst Storm of the Winter. Guthrle , Okla. , Feb. 1C. The worst storm of the winter struck Oklahoma about midnight and has been raging with terrific fierceness ever since. Sleet and rain was followed by a driving snowstorm , a cold norther ac companying. On account of their good condition , no damage to cattle or wheat is expected. The rain was preceded by a dense fog , the only one known to present residents of the territory. Rain , Sleet and Snow at St. Louts. St. Louis , Feb. 1C. Rain , sleet , snow nnd decidedly colder weather have followed in rnpid succession during the past twenty-four hours nnd the temperature dropped to near the eero point. While no great damage result ed , railroad and street car traffic was somewhat Impeded and telegraph and telephone lines were prostrated , but not enough to interrupt business seri ously. Work of Dynamiters. Warsaw , Ind. , Feb. 1C. Dynamiters attempted to destroy the toll line ca- blep of the Commercial Telephone company here yesterday. The men se lected n nable box at the top of a pole where the cables center and lead In to the exchange office. The top of the pole was blown off and several windows hi buildings nearby were shattered. The wreckers escaped. Passengsr Trains Stuck In Snow. Arkansas City , Kan. , Feb. 16. A passenger train on the Kansas and Southwestern is stuck in the snow be tween South Haven and aCldwell nnd the Santa Fe passenger train on the II , and S. division is In n drift nbout n mile from Nardln and the engine dead. The thermometer is about flvo degrees nbovo zero. A high wind drifted the snow badly. Norther Raging In Texas. Dallas , Tex. , Feb. 1C. A blizzard is reported from Amorlllo and Hereford , Tex. , and Indian territory and Okla homa. At Amorlllo the snow Is the heaviest in four years and fears are entertained that much stock will be lost. A norther , accompanied by rains , has been blowing throughout the geater part of Texas tor the past twenty-four houri. Free to You If you arc not voll and want to know the trutli about your trouble , tend fur my froc booklet * and self examination blanks. No. 1 , NorvniiH Debili ty ( Sexual \\ciikneBS ) , No. 2 , Viulcocele , No. 3. Stricture. No. 4 , Kill- niwiinrt HlntldirOom- jilalnH , No. f > , Disease of Women , No. fl , The * Polsnn Klin ( lilnoil * . I'olson ) . No. 7 , Oa- torrh. Tlie-d book- * B lion Id l > o In the bands of every person allllct- ed. as lr Hatlmwiiy , the nutbor. Is reco - . . .Inlzed as the lest nc , thnrlty nnd expert In' ' tha United States on \ nn HATifAWAY. these disputes. 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CALDWELL OF CHICAGO Practicing Aleopathy , [ Ilome- Dopathy , Electric and Gen eral Medicine. Will , by roqnoft , vleit professionally NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , PACIFIC' HOTEL , THURSDAY , MARCH 12 , ONE DAY ONLY returning every four \veoVs. Consult her whU the opportunity IB at band. " "UK. CALDWELL limits her pmct'co to tLe epeolal treatment of diseases of the eye , oar , nose , ibroat. lungs , female diseases , diseases of' children and all chronic , nervona and surgical diseases of a curable nature Early consump tion , bronchitis , bronchial catarrh , ihrouio catarrh , headache , conrtipatioi , stomach and bowel troubles , rheumatism neuralgia , sci atica , Briaht's dlsense.kldnoy diseasesdltoasei of the liver and blndder , dizziness , nenousness , indlg.e ti"n , obesity , intnrrnpted n rition , slow growth in cbildro' . and all wasting dis- oaees in adults , dofo'mitio clnb-feet curva ture of the 'iilno , dlioases of the brain , paraly- BS , beartdiseaio , dropsy , swelling of the limbs , strl'tnro , "pen sores , pain in the bones , granu lar enlargements and all long-standing die-- eases properly treated , Illood aucl Skin Diseases. Pimples , b'otches , eruptions , liver spots , fallIng - Ing nf the hair , bad complexion , eczema , throat ulcers , to e jaius , Madder t.oubleuoak back , burning urine , pa sing urine too often , Th effects of constitutional slcknots or the taking of too much Injurious medicine receives raoirh'ng treatment , prorrpt relief aud a cure for life. Diseases of women , irregular menstruation , falllug of the nmb , bearing dowu pains forra'o ' " ( ( placements , Ixck of sexual tone I eno rrliea. sterility or bnrrennets , consults Di" Caldwell anil she will thow them the cause of their trouble and the way to become cnred , Cnncnrx , Ooltor , Fistuln , Piled an 1 enlarged g amis treated with the Bubcn- taneous inject on method , absolutely without painaml without thn JOESf a dro , , of blood , is ono of her own discoveries and is really tha most scientific method of this advanced age Dr. Caldwell has practiced her profesilon in some of the largest hospitals throughout the country. She has no suporinr ii the treating and diagnosing dieoaBos. deformities , etc. She has lately opened nn ofllco in Omaha Nebraska , v here site will spend a portion of each week treatlrg her many pati "ts. Nn Incurable , cases accepted for treatment. Consultation , examination and advice , ono dollar tn those in. torested. DK. OKA CAI.DUT.I.L & Co .11. Omaha , Neb. Chicago , I Wabash Railroad. . Mobile and return $28.35' Now Orleans iind return 29.CO Hnvnnn , Cuba , nnd return 03.85 The above special rates nnd many others with long limits nnd stop overs on sale February 17 , to 23 Inclusive. All information at Wabash city office , 1001 Farnam street , or address , HAKKY E. MOOHES , General agent passenger- department ; Om-\ha , Nebr.