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8 THE OMAHA DAILY KKE : WEDNESDAY. FEBIU'AUY 10 , If-92.
Big Batch of True Bills Handed in bj the Industrious Grand Jury , MR , HOLDREGE TELLING WHAT HE KNOWS Union Depot nml Vliutiict Drills rntlrrCon- dlili riitlon \ \ licro Dili ( tin ClnIhrH do ? I. ( it' of Work In Still. The Rrnnd Jury has made Its first report to the district court , but It has not , by nny monni , concl ided Us labors , nor Is tlio afore- laid grand Jury ready to adjourn. The members started In on the South Thir teenth sttootprnde , examined nfow witnesses und then started afiorolcctlon ftnuds alleged to bavo taken plnco during tba fall of 1S90. That subject was prolific of results and ono man even testified th.it the Httto matter of loventy or eighty sjlts of clothes was the consideration that Induced certain voters to txorclso their rights of franchise in a car- till u direction. That matter was dropped and then they wont on a still bunt to find Irregularities In city in niters. G. W IIoldroRO was Invltod to the soclu lion of the crnnd Jury room Mr. Holdroco. nippositiK that ho was to bo Investigated upon the subject of I5urlmcton ntT.ilrs , was ready to answer questions. That was not what was wanted of him , however , and ho was oxcusna with the Instructions to return to his ofllco , secure all the papers In his possession , signed by ox- Councilman Moroirty and return at onco. Mr. Holdrogo obeyed , anil a few moments later returned with a hundla of letters and documents , which wore laid before the Juiois for their Inspection. The case under investigation refers to the now depot and the Tenth street viaduct. The Inquiry Is for tuo puiposo of learning from Mr. Holdrogo Just bow far ccrtuln cotincllmen got Into thu deal. Sumo Inilli ( mi ills Itrtnrncil. At 'I'liO o'clock vostorday afternoon .Tudgo Davis of the criminal court was onojlng ] a few moments of lulsuie in h's ' prlvntu room In the tear of Iho largo couit room when Sheriff Dennett apponreu and furnished the BtartlliiK itifoi mutton that the grand Jury was ready to report. Slipping Into his Judi cial robes Iho court mounted the bench mid ordered the Jury brought Into his presence. Clerk Mootcs was summoned and u moment later the eighteen Juiors filed Into the room to taUo seats in the Juiy box. As the roll was called each Juror lospondecl "here. " ' Have you anything tn communicate to the court ! " asked .liidgo bnvis. " \Vo have , your honor , " answered Fore man Anderson , and stopping forward ho placed n bunch of 3' InUlctmcnts in .ludgo lavls' hands. The Jndgo looked them over , smiled and asked : "Gentlemen , have you completed jour labois ? " "Not yet , " responded Poroman Anderson. "Wo have a great many things jet that do in a ml our attention. " "You may retire , then , " answered the court. The mon filed out as they came and at once resumed the wotk of finding inoru indlct- moiits. Clerk Mooros asked for instructions regarding - ing the keeping of the imllUments. The coutt Informed him that no cjo 'othor than his own should icst upon anv 0:10 of the pa pers. Warrants of atrost would at once issue and the parties would bo bi ought before iho court. Who the indicted individuals uro keeps people guessing , but it is known that all of the Milooiiucopers on the two-mile stiip hove been caught. It is also knoun that several ether parties are in trouble , as there were only eighteen of the mon who sold liquor without having first taken out licensee. is THI : c'OL'urs ACAIX. Itymi & Ualhli'K llosplnil Woikln I.ltlKittlon IHstrirt Court Doings. Once again litigation ciowing out of the coustutiction of the Douglas county hospital is being aired In the couits. This time tlio trouble Is before Judge Irvlno. Hyan & Walsh were the original contrac tors , and on account of the non-performanco of certain portions of the contract , the county withhold homo of the money. They bi ought suit against the county and won. Tuo case was appealed , but in the meantime a settle nient was reached bj- which they wcro to receive - coivo $37,511.20 and call everything square. .Before the Judgment was paid , however , the Omaha Slate and Uoollng company , the Acme Iron and Wlro works , Huompiug & ISalto , Henry Lohinann , Caay A : Giay , L. II.Vol - shans , IClirot Warnon Manufacturing com pany , , ) ohn A. Wakollcld. Omanu Oil and Paint company , National Hank of Com- meicu , Wariou Hoohl , George Allen , A. Mohor , Hurlburt & Uloom , Don Melqucst , John J. O'Connor , Bradley & Dola- mntrc , Cowln Ac Mcllugh and Mr. J. it. Coruish Illod liens and enjoined the county from paving any of the proceeds of the Judgment to Ityan Ac Walsh. Hjan & Walsh now ask the court to compel each defendant to appear and bet forth the amount of their claims. Judge Ferguson is listening to ovklonco in the case of August lion/on against John A , Croighton. lietuon a\ers that in IbST bo contracted to purchase ' . ' 5(1 ( acres of Cioigh- ton's land in the north part of the city. Ho was to bavo paid f400 per aero ana put up f 1,000 of forfeit monoy. Croightoi. failed to pass tlio title or to return tlio moneynmtncnv Uonzon sues for either the land or ttio money. The suit brought Monday by the Oscood Dredge company against the American Water Works company , to recover on n note of f,8Ji ! 013 , in no wise effects the American Water Works company of this city. The note was given by the Denver end of the com pan j' . for material used at that point. Mr. J. H. Dumnntof the water woiks com pany states that in his opinion the suit was , brought in this county for no other purpose than to Injure the llnanclal standing of tlio Omaha end of the company , I'romlnent Cloigymon , Physicians , and nil classes of citizens ate unanimous in the en dorsement of .Salvation Oil , the grcatcbtuuro for rheumatism No gieiter guarantee of the excollc'ico of Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup could bo furnished than that It is recommended by all the lead ing druggists. Ask your grocer tor Qiiull rolled oats. Nllllf III Sllll < Of HllHlllCHN. Notice is hereby given Unit the un dersigned , John Hood Sherwood , hns purchased the utoio , business and the peed will of the iniintol u ul tile business heretofore conducted by Charles A. Harvey ivt 1514 Furnuin htrcot , Omaha , niul will continue wild business tit eulil phico. The said Charles A. Ilurvoy cordially recommends Mr , Sherwood to the favorable patronage of his friends and former customer .ion * Iloon Siuu\vooi : ) , Cii.utMib A. HAUMY. : I.lirl ) Time * nt HIII Ili'ilnl. Tlioro must bo merit in a medicine thnt tins mot with the SUCCCBS that tlio Jiodal gold cure treatment at lilulr has. Tlio business lias increased so rapidly that It tins proven necessary to enlarge the quarters of that largo" plant , 'iho result has boon n cure in every Instance , Fifty patients are being treated. Tlio habits of liquor , morphine , opium and tobacco permanently cured. The regular monthly mooting of the Builders and Traders' * L\ohango ? will take place Wednesday , February 10 , 10:30 : a. m. Reports of delegates to the National Association of Uullders will bo received , There will also ho several im portant subjects up for discussion. N. U. HUSSKV , President. W. S. WEDQI : , Secretary. Of Interest to bupir llrrt ltiiUi > r , Quo of tbo great drawbacks In the sUjjnr beat business is tbo amount o ( labor 10 quired in ttio cultivation of boots Philip Jllrich of South Omaha has mvo itcd a inn- tUlno which promise * to do away with much of tbo hand wccdlnc. Ho has associated with him P. Howloy , ana thov proposn to commence tlio manufacture of the machine nt onco. Hilclly described It Is about the abe and weight of n hand corn planter nnd cotnUts of an upright bar with thrco prongs ) r tines nt the bottom. The operator sols iho tlnos into the earth around the bcot and t > y means of n cram : causes n sot of touth , fashioned something llko these on acorn ctil- livator , to revolve around the tines. Those tooth cut out the weeds and loosen up the around , and ntthosamo tlmo thin out the beets Ihojo wno bnvn examined tbo ma- chlno pronounro It practical and as well ca'culatod ' to save a peed deal of hand labor. Milt hire \Vcilll < > < ulav. Kvory lover of line singing should not fnll to nonr the famous Creole comp.iny of 60 people nt the Furnnm Btt cot then- Lor ; 2. " ) cents buys any rcanrved seat in the house. Prices tire always the same it this house. FKOM TIIE FIIOZEN ZONE. Vn IntiTcstlng ( lroiitol | AlresleniiH on Kihlli- Itlou nt tinMusi p. When Miner W Uruce , the Alaska corro- spondo it of Tun Urn , returned two wonks npo from that Arctic region ho brought with ilin a family of nalUo Alaskans , The party consists of man , wife and child , nnd perhaps tholrdog ought to bo included In the family , for ho oujovs n bltf share of the Konornl affection , Thi Interesting group Is now nt the Eden Musco In charge of n brother of Mr. Bruce. These Alaskans are short of stature and have an Asiatic rather than an Indian phjsiognomy. The man Is , i5 years old. the woman 'J3 , and the little girl B. All nro dtessed In nntlio costume * of fur , tbo father mielndeor nnd the mother in a roho of squirrel bklns. Uoth have hoods for the head , leaving noth ing but the face exposed. With them are inanj curious articles common to their iso lated llfo , such as a harpoon of bono and leather thongs , a hunk of dried sea weed thnt Is chowcd in lieu of tobacco , a block of whole mairow that Is used in calking boats , awatorpioof shirt of walrus sitln , drawn over the fur suit when In a bolt , bows and anows nnd a variety ot wearing apparel. "It is my brother's Intention.1 said Mr. Bruce , "to tuko tnls family to Washington nnd pioscnt them to Picsldont Harrison. They will bo the first native Alaskans whoever over visited our national capital. In the meantime thojnro being exhibited at the museums to piv tno oxuonsu of bringing them here , and of course they are earning moro for th"insol\08 than they could at homo. They are blight , cheerful nnd oidinnrily very docile , but do not line to bo crossed. "Thoy speak only llftoon to twenty English words , but they apparently understand con siderable , for with the aid ot pantomime 1 got along with thorn quite easily. They art ) Imitative nnd obscivnnt , nnd I think nro leainlng considerable. Our hotel in Omaha furnishes bettor faia than wo had In St. Jo seph. The Alaskans noticed It at the llrit meal nnd told mu by pointing nt the board and baying 'better.1 It was particularly sur prising to mid that they wore exceedingly licat and clean in their personal habits. They have very llttlo idea of tlmo and Ittcquires n gieat deil of urging to got thoin ready for their dally exhibitions. "Tho father and mother have good health , but the llttlo ono was ill at St. Joseph. The weather was damp and the pbjslcian pro nounccd her ailment slmnlo muiaila. The dog seems to bo n cioss wltn a wolf.but bo is a very good naturoa brute and nctually seems to take delight in being on exhibition. The paity will bo exhibited in ttio museos as far west as Salt Lake City before going to Wash ington. My brother has agioed to have them back m Alaska by Maj' . " At Last TilUrs Action. A bill has been Introduced \Vashington requiring all baking powders containing olutn and ammonia to Bo so Inbolod. Thib is a step in tbo rlgbt aiioction , and has been long foreshadowed by the action of iho stale legislatures , boards of health , food lommis sioneis , etc , in this matter. Tbo bill affords neeaed piotection to the public , for the evidence donco as to the injurious effects of alum and ammonia is very heavy ; but it will never theless bo fought bitterly by the manufact urers whom U oifects who aio accustomed to sell their goods ns "puro Cioam of Tartar , " "absolutely pure , " etc. The bill is something needed , ff n maker uses a drug in hi : ponder , tbo name of which bo docs not want to hnvo printed on his label , It is prima facie evidence that thoio is something wronir. Wo hnno the subject will bo vigorously prosecuted all over the country , notonlj- rccaids oaklng powder , but also nil other food adulterations. This bill may incideutly beneiit the milcors of pure articles , but if it should , this is only an additional point in its fa\or. TIIE NATIONAL PAGEANT. Tliu Wuik of I'rrimmtloii Alrtudy Veiy UVtl Unilrr WHJ. The arrival In Omaha of Mrs. Cora Scott Pond Pope brings to notice the "National Pageant" which Is to ba presented at the Grand opera house February 20 and 27. As is well known , this entertainment is to bo given for the benefit of tha Woman's Chris tian association , than which this city has no moro ennobling enterprise ; but everybody docs not know what an elaborate perform unco it Is to bo. Sufllclcnt has boon learned smco Mrs. 1'opo's arrival to warrant the prediction diction that it will be the best and most in teresting to which local talent has over con trlbutcd ; that has been the verdict In other and larger cities where tba pageant has boon given and which are now anxious to secure return dates. Mu. P. L. Poiino , projiilontof the assoclo tlon , with Mrs. George THOon , Mrs. II. Lud ington , Mrs. Cadet Taylor , Mrs. r. L. Hal- ler , Miss Ella Hrackor , aided by many others Intoiestod in the woman's associationUa\o ul ready spout con&iduiablo time in securing participants and arranging the preliminary wont. They hno been especially successful and tbo list of those who will take part in cludes many of Omaha's most prominent and host known people. Kchcursnls aio in pios- ross and will bo industilously and vigorously prosecuted till thu ( Into of the pcrfoiiminces. Omaha people never do anything by halves and the announcement of the uusplcos under which this entertainment is to DO given together with the tact that Mis , Popa will personally supervise It mattes itsuttlcient guarantee of its success. Tlioto are bo\os nnd bundles enough to load n car lllled with costumes for the pa geant. All those accessoilos hnvo been pro vided by Mrs Pope at l.ugo expense , and furnish an ulnboratn attention to detail which could not bo otherwise secured. The entertainment has the local advuntago ot being now and novel in this city , unlil.o unj thing ever seen hoio boforo. Mrs. Pope thoroughly undotstnnas the business nnd enters - tors upon the work hero with a zeal and en ergy which is an earnest of success. Her efforts will bo seconded by throe or four him- mod Omaha citizous and what so many un- dortauo is a uro to bo accomplished , This is to testify that I have tested Iho medical properties of Dr J , IS. Mooio's Trco of Llfo romcdj * to my entire satisfaction , and can most hcartllv recommend It to the suf furliiK and ufllfctcd everyw hero , to bo all claimed for it in the nbovo statement I.ast spring I was sutlomif ; from loss of appotltu , constipation , etc originating from kiilutty und liver tioublo , anu 1 hr.u not used ono bot- tiu of this gre.it llfo remedy until I was creatlj rolle\ed. My wlfo , also , being at a very critical btago In lifo , was suffering much at limns , and by the use of this remedy has bafni aavcil from much suflorlng and pos sibly from iirom.uuio death. Our youngest son'b health for soveial jears has been very delicate. Ho contracted soinu lung trouble by taking cold with measles , which produced gieat nervous debility and occasional bleed- intr of the limes , ho has used some four bottles tles of Trco of Lifo , und feels uni looks as though now llfo had been given him. If you are ntlllclod , try It. ( ii'.o. Mir mi , Pros , Elder. HoxGI , Carlisle , Iowa Tor sale oy all druggists. HnllilriK mid Tr.ulom , The members of tuo Hulldor * ' and Trail- on. ' Exchange will bold a session at 10 o'clock this morning. Matters of interest to both matetlul mon and contractors will bo discussed. The delegates wbo attended the national convention of the Association of Hulldeu will make their report to tuo exchange. After the close of tno business mooting a lunch will ba served iu the committee rooms , AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Swift & Oo. Commence ) Largo Additions to Their Packing Plant. TWO IMMENSE STRUCTURES UNDER WAY AVIll Itr Coinpli'tcil and Itr.ulj for t'no Iii- nld of N'lnrtj Dnjn ( Iri-ut Incrpiinu In Cnpiiclty Uhltli AM11 Hfstilt I'roin This Mo\e , Work has bconc ommenccd by Swift & Co. on improvements that will Increase the ca paclty of that establishment fully ! i5 per cent. Ono largo building , 0-lxllO foot nnd six stories high , will bo built along the un loading chutes running between the old nnd now houses. This building will extend from the now pork house north 103 feet nnd will bo divided Into three dopaitmonts. The first department , or southern end will bo cou- structod for cold storage on the llrst and second end stories , the third story for the lard de partment , the foui th story for sausage , the fifth story for cooperage , and the sixth for general storage. The second department will bo the smoked meat department , mid then will come six smoke bouses 14x14 foot. West of the unloading switch between the fertilizer department and the now hog house , on the site of the old lee house , will bo erected a boiler nnd engine room bUxlTO feet. This will bo divided into lour departments fertiliser , ougino room , boiler room and dry- IIIB room. Ion olphty-hoiso power bailers will furnish steam for power. South of the old house , facing the cast track , a large addition will bo built , to bo known as tbo shipping coolers lor bogs , sheep and calves. Most of these Improvements will bo com plotcd and In use by May 1 , nnd then the capacity of this house will bo 7,500 , cattle , JI.OOO hoes nnd 0,000 sheep per week. Those additions , together with these contemplated tomplated or dotet mined upon by other packing companies nnd Iho Urlon stock yatds , will place nearly $1,000,000 In circula tion tills year for labor nnd push South Omaha Into second place before the next [ jacking season commences. 1.Ill IM Slslcf , Will Kntrrtitln. Lilian Temple No. 1 , Pythian Sisters , v ill en tot tain ft lends Tuesday evening In Knights of J'ythlas hall , 24M ! N street. Tbo tallowing committee appointments have been made : Airangomonts , Mosdamoa Z. P. Hedges , A. L. Bebingor and W. II. Harper ; reception , Mesdames / P. Hedges. T. G. Laur , John D. Roblusou nnd Mr. / . P. Hedges , floor , Messn. Harry 13. Menofeo , F. M. Del schtioldor and Tied G. Grilllth ; entertain ment , Mrs. A. L. Bobingor , Miss Jrnnio Morton , Dr. T A. Berwick nnd Mr. James H. IJulla ; refieshments , Mesdames 11. K. Brock , Hairy B. Mcnefeo , Peter J. Houson and A. L ncbinger and Mr. .lolin D. Uobin- son. The Pythian Sisters expect to moio than maintain their reputation for giving tbo most enjoyublo fraternal parties in the city. Id-turn 1'iirt } to tlio Iticlirlors. The Indies have arranged for a return party to the Bachelors' club , to bo given in Knights of 1'ythlus hall Tuesday evening. Fobiuury 10 Miss Huldah Lambert has boon elected president and Miss Colla Carlos sec retary and ticasurer. Misses Ella McDonald , Mnud llaywnul and Lu Hunt bavo been appointed a committee on arrangements. Tuesday ovculng the youne ladles will moot at the residence of Edward J. Soykoru , Twenty-third and I stieets , and Wednesday evening thp married women will moot at the homo of Air. and Mrs. Dwigu * . L. Holmes , 2403 N street , to complete arrangements for the party. Notes About thu Citj. Alexander Liud is sick with pneumonia. Mrs. Chuilos C. Stanley has retuincd from Fremont. Mrs Moitesof Albright is very low with a complication of troubles. Mrs. John Brown , Twenty sixth and K streets , is listed among the sick. Tratlle Manager John S. Knox of the Cudahy Packing company , after a week's confinement at homo , Is nt his dcsK again. Benson Jackson of Dunlap , la , has Just re- tinned homo , after buying nearly $10,000 worth of unimproved property m South Omaha. J. B. Kelly of Newton , la. , on bis way to the nortnwcst and the Pacific , is visiting his brother. Captain William Kelly , the commis sion man. Last Saturday 1,219 cattle were slaugh tered at the packing bouses of Swift & Co , the largest beef killing ever done In ono day in the city. Camp C. K. Wells , No. 72 , Sons of Veterans - ans , has organized a dramatic club , nnd will amuse themselves and entertain their friends by their histrionic efforts. The Bohemian Sokol will glvo a masquerade - ado hall In Blum's ball baturdny evening , February 27. Thirty dollat's woith of pres ents will bo awarded iu prizos. John Piorson , Twenty-sixth street , be tween N nnd O streets , had a surgical opera tlon performed on him and a largo tumor removed. The attending surgeon reports the operation n .success. The ladles of the First Baptist church will glvo a missionary too at the homo of Mr. iind Mrs. D. G. May , Twenty-third nnd II streets , Wednesday aftoinoon , February 10. Hofrcsbmonts , 10 cents. Services will bo hold every evening this week in the First Baptist church , Twonty- seventh stieot , between M nnd N streets. Kov. J. W. Harris of Omaha will bo pies nt and deliver the sermon this evening. Camp C. 1C. Wells , No. 72 , Sons of Veter ans , at the meeting Monday night , decided to attend in a body the dinner to bo invcn Flidny by Hobort U. Livingston Heliof Corps , in a room formeily occupied by Brewer kSi Sullivan on N stroot. ( 'liniiihrrliilii'x Cunjjll Itviiicily. Mr. C P. Davis , editor of tlio Bloomfleld , Ja. . Farmer , says : "I can recommend Cham berlain's cough remedy to all sufferers with colds and cioup. I have uied Uln my furnllv for the past two \ears and have found it the best I oor used for tbo purposes for which It Is intended. " 25 and fiO cent bottles for sale by druggists. _ _ \Voinon 'H diseases. Dr. Lonsdnlo , 0103. 13. Any Rrocorciin supply you with Quail rolled oats delicious for bro.ikf.ibt. A Mi'ssiMIKcr III Trouble , Henry bhorman , an A D , T. messenger bov , was arrested on complaint of John Mot- calf , a brother messenger , for larceny from the person , The latter alleges that whllo Iu the olllco bis salary , amounting to $1.40 , was taknn from his pocket , and Sherman was the nearest to him. The defendant Is given an excellent name by the manager and by the police , who have seen a good deal of him , but bo had to go to Jail Just the same because ho is an orphan and had no QUO to look nftoi bis Interests. The oftlcors Intorobtod themselves in push ing the case to an early trial , believing that \oung Sherman Is innocent and will thaio- fore 1)0 ) released , Agate bearing scales , uolleo mills with foot power , grocers refrigerators , butter coolers , catalogue of Borden .t Sellock Co. , Chicago. Quail rolled oita are the Unost made Mllltiirj . . A general court martial has boon called to meet at Fort Mobriira at 10 o'clock Thurs day , February 11 , fen the trial of such per sons as may bo properly brought before It. Following is the dctfcll for the court. Captain Charles Rtfrtcr , EUuih Infantry ; Captain Henry M. Klendall. Sixth cavalry ; Captain Cyrus A. Eiirnost , fcigluh infantry ; Captain Frank West , .Sixth cavalry ; Captain \villinm H. Carter. , jjuth eovalrv ; First Lieutenant Hlon F.r Wilcox , Sixth cavalry : First Lieutenant A&hton I ) Hoyl. assistant surgeon United Statin army , First Lieuten ant Hugh J Gallnghor , Sixth cavalry , First Lieutenant Lewis M. ICoelilcr. Tenth cav alry ; Second Lieutenant Samuel 13 Smiley Hlghth infantry ; Second Lieutenant } 3dwlu T.Colo , Llghth Infantry , Second Lieutenant Charlo * D. Hhodcs , fSlxth cavalry , Second Lieutenant Urvln LI Phillips. Sixth cavalry. Lieutenant Ucorgo .Mo 1C. Williamson , blxth cavalry , judge advocate. Catarrh U not n local , but a constitutional dlacato , nnd requires a constitutional lemody llko Hood's Sarsaparllla to effect a euro. Nebraska Is famous for its line oats. Quail rolled oats tire made in Nobraskiu M D. Hoeho , Plato ajjont of the ICooloy institute of Hluir. Nob. , room 31(1 ( , Now York Lite bldj , ' . , Omaha , Nob. All in quiries for information promptly attended - tended to. Hotbed sash in stocic , M. A. DIsbrow Co , 12th and izard. Tolophon o 771 BORN IN AMERICA. Hut llo'll Neti-r KIIOU In AVInit Stain Ho Situ ( hi ! Light. Llttlo Jacob Cckhnrt , Jr. , of Friend , Ne braska , will probably never know whether ho was born In Iowa or Nebraska. In fact It Is doubtful if bis mother or anybody clso will over know. The Interesting and very necessary event In tbo llfo of the aforementioned Infant bap- donod in this way. On board the Hock Island passenger train which rolled Into the union depot Monday evening tboro was a Russian family. The husband and father gave the name of Jacob fickhart. Ho was accompanied bv a wlfo nnd live- chil dren , the youngest of whom lay on tbo seat beside the mother wrapped in n ahawl , for It had never undergone that Interesting oxperi- oncti of having its clothes put on. Mrs. Kelt hart looked pile , weak and distressed as she sat supping a cup of coffee. By the slgnifl cant glances nnd the whlsporod conver sation among the ether passengers abroad the car it was soon loirned that there was something of especial Interest connected with the poor Russian family and particular interest seemed to bo centered In the woman and the Infant wrapped in n shawl by hersluo. The cause of this unusual interest was easily explained. Mis. Hekhart had given birth to an infant whllo the long train came across the bridge from Council Bluffs. She did not even inform her husuand of the seri ous condition of affairs but retired to the toilet room as the train left Council Bluffs and as tbo train pulled up at the union depot she emerged with her offspring , a healthy looking boy in her arms wrapped in a shawl. Her husband appeared to bo moro confused over the matter than sbo was and about all ho could do was to got the poor woman a cup of colTeo. Tbo family spoke German and a few Imper fect words in Huirlish. Mr. Hckhart said ho could not afford to stop in Omaha. Ho had no money and no friends here , llioy wanted to push on to Friend , Neb , where they had acquaintances awaiting thorn. Tbo infant appeared to be all right and In broken English and German the mother thanked ttooso who offered assist ance nnd said she would rather continue the journey and loach tbrlr destination as soon as possible. The family went on to Friend. Ilin Grlppu Killing In Alulmmu. "La grippe is raging here aud 1 find Chnmborluin's cough lomody to bo n certain euro for it , " says \V. G. Johns of Trim ble , Cullmun company , Ala. Mr. Johns ordered a supply of the remedy to bo shipped by ox press as quickly ns possible. Ihereis no question but this remedy Is of great value in the treatment of the grip especially on account of Its countenujtinjrnny tendency of th' ) disease toward pneumonia. It is albb n prompt and certain cure for thn tough which usually follows an attack of giip. 25 and f > 0 cent bottles for sale by riiuggists. Bo sure to try the Quail rolled o.its and take no othor. TOM TI'S TROUBLES. Hit Cl.lllllK to Iln\e Horn Kolibcil lij 1'rlrnds lit n llmiiu ; | t. Monday was the closing day of tbo Chinese Now Year week and the children of the Flowery Kingdom residing in the city tried to celebrate it in a fitting manner. It Is claimed that the celebration broke up In a row about a o'clock vosterduy moining. It seems that a certain Chinese doctor gave a soit ol banouot to tils country mon at a loom near the corner of Twelfth and Ilainov snoots. Everything went along pleasantly until just before 3o'clock in the morning , when Tom Ti rushed Into the police station in a greatly excited condition , aud with n livid mark on the loft sldo of his face. Tom wanted the whole outllt of merry makers ai rested because they bad maltreated him He alleged that the ctowd refused to lot him work his chop sticks at the banquet board , but insisted on his drinking and gambling. Ho declared that after bo had imulbed moio or less of the prollorod julco the crowd tried to rub him und in the scuffle throw him against a hot stove , burning his face , lie said tbat the cnng managed to get $ * t > away from him during the row. After ttio com plaint the police visited tbo plnco and found only a couple of Innocent Mongolians braid ing their queues and no traces of a row era a banquet. No nrrosts wore mndo and no complaint has been filed In police court. Ask for Van Houten's Cocoa Take no other. Housekeepers will find Quail rolled oats the bobt mado. AROUND THE WORLD. ' ours of iiitorltlMlii : ! < > iiln to Ifn ( ilvcn by lilxluii | mill Mm. Nimiii.in. The series of entertainments to boghon by Blshoii nnd Mrs. Newman at Iho l < Irst Methodist church will begin tonight. They will consist of a superb presentment of stoioopticon views collected by Bishop and Mia. Newman In their travels atound tlio WLrid. Splendid palaces , temples , shrines and great monuments In nearlv ovnry civilized izod land under the sun will bo vividly and entertainingly represented. The ontortnln mont will continue thioo ovoiilugs , Wednesday day , Thursday and Frld-iv of this week. To- morrownlght.tlin | excursionists will start over the Union Pacific , 'do Salt Lake , the Yo-o- mite \ulloy nnd San Francisco. Thov will leave the Golden Oato and land In Japan. Uhoy will enter China and rest until Thurs day evening. Tickets for tno course will bo sold at $1. Tbo iccoipts will bo donated to the church fund. IN ANOT3IER WEEK. J OllUcson tliol'lrtt Floor or thu Cllj Hull About Coiiipli-tiil , Contractor Coots fa crowding the work on the ne .v city ball and now states that all of the rooms on the first floor will bo ready for occupancy by February 15 , although hU con tract does not cull fbr tholr completion until March. As soon ns these rooms are finished those upon tlio other floors will bo completed as rapidly as possible. At the piu&ont tlmo fifty cnrpentois nio omplojeu and inoro will bo put to work at an early dato. 'Used iu Millions of Homes 40 Years the Staudard , LOOKS LIKE A TOLL SCHEME Rnilrond Men Sea a Plan in the Union Pacific's ' Policy , SOME FIGURES ON SWITCHING RATES Other ItouU Ciiinlilrrliis ( lie Mtnillmi ' 'Iniimnlsxourl I'luionmT Assm-liilton In Session In Oin li ; Ititlltimd Note * anil I'l Some of the railroad mon think they see In the Union I'aellle's Increased switching tariff a schema to force tbo Iowa roads to pay Its bridge toll. The Hock Island and the Milwaukee nro able , under their contract , to haul tbulrrais across the bridge and Into Umnhn , hut the tracks assigned for their u o in this cltv nro so located us to bo inaccessible to teams. They aio compelled to submit to nny swlteb- Ing regulations which the Union Pacific nuiy make. The Northwestern , which has n favorable trafllc arrangement with the Union Pacific , has already adopted the alternative , instead of bringing Its cars over Its own bridge nt Ulalr to the Webster street depot nnd then paying an oxorbltant switching chnige , its cars nro now taken to tbo Council Bluffs transfer and turned o\or to the Union Paclllo. The latter thereby gets tbo boncllt of Its proportion of the thiougb rate , Inch includes .1 fat bridge toll of it cents n bun died. It Is suriylscd tint the Union Puolllo is trying to force tbo Kock Island and the Milwaukee to deliver it tholr cars at the transfer across the river. Mr. H. A. Suinncr , local freight agent for the Hock Island , says the situation has boon reported to the general officers In Chlc.tsro , nnd In the meantime pntronswlll bo protected as boiotoforo. The Uock Island hns an enor mous coal trrulo from the Iowa mluos to Omaha , nnd thnt Is sorlo'isly aftcetod by the now schodulo. Much of the coal Is slack , used for steaming purposes. The coal is tvorth little to the mtucra , the haul is com paratively shoit mid n switching charge of * S , Mr. Sklnuor saj-s , is almost prohibitive. On account of competition the Kock Island will have to assume the Increased charge or deliver the trafllc to the Union Pacific nt Council UUUts. Union PuciHo ollicials assert that the old switching charges of $1 50 and $2 weio not romunei alive , but tbo B. & M. is satisfied with SJ. Following nro n few facts about similar charges In Chicago : Tins Baltimore & Ohio's ordinary rate is fct.fiO , nu'd it takes u car to South Chicago , n distance of twelve miles , for i-J.rit ) . 'Iho Illinois Genital's rt to In the Ctilcnpo lumber dlstiict nnd as far us Twou tjfifth street is S1.U5. The Chicago it Alton switches H car thieo and a. half miles for $2. It hns onlv ono charge above that llguro , which is ? . ) . for a distunes of 11 vo miles The Bolt Liiuo IJailwny companj switches eight miles to Auburn for W und fif teen miles to Kensington for $5. Tlio Chicago v\c Caltii-ot takes a car to Hammond , Ind , u distance of twenty miles , for W 75 , and Chicago tonnlnals test vast sums of money instead ot haUnir bcou donated to the ralhoads. _ > orl h\\ est * rn Kuriilng * * . The Chkago & Northwestern railroad has issued u special statement of Its cainlugs by months duiing Ib'JI , nnd the latter pait of the year shows n remarkable gain in busi ness. Thoioport cooronly tbo North- wcston sjbtem proper , the Omaha and Elkhorn - horn lines not being includea. The mileage Is 4'J7.3 , as ogainbt l.'JSb in Ifc'K ' ) . The two joars nro compaied as lollows : 1811 IStO Incrinso Oro" enrnlnK } 2'i " 3 791 $ . ' < ITU U2rt $1 . ' . ' ) Tin KxpenBL'a . . I'.i l..M.Ii IsiJiO-l ) , ! I.5.M ! i Net flUiTJIM SUt ibi ) ChnrKCv Intlnil InKsInk g lunil GinOJI .riW7'J7 IIul fur stuck J ! , HI lit f I Un. ' S.'fi Ulvlilonils . . . d,415SCI JKjO. . ) buriilim . . , . t.AS . ( fl * OK , 8J7 f 7H.2 The gain was ull inndo during tlio last seven months of the jcnr , the thst five show ing a decrease. The increase in the gross earnings of tlio Northwostein for the last three months of thojcnr amounted to % 1,001. The incicaso of the Omaha road , with a mile age of 1,400 , was for the same three monthb ? t > G",7.'iO , making a total of $ l&bU"il. The eainings of the St. Paul for these thieo mouths Increased $1T7J.S31 ! , its mileage being slightly less than the combined mile age of the Northweslcin and Omaha lines included in the nbovo statement. IMisciiKei * M < n In Conleicnre. The Transmissourl Passenger association met jesttrdav at the Pa\ton hotel. The laihoads wore loprosented ns follows : IJ Ac M. . John Francis ; Union Pacific. C. Mclvoiuio ; Missouri Pacific , 1) . \nldwoll of St. Louis ; Klkhorn , J. H. Buchanan ; St. Joseph & Grand Island , W. K. CundnT of fat .losopn ; Kock Island , Major Anderson of Topeka ; Kansas CitjSt Joseph As Coun cil Uluffs , A. C. Dawo and H C , Oir of St. Louis ; Santa l o , Ooorgo T. Nicholson of TopoKu , Denver & Kio Grande , S 1C. Hoopar of Denver ; Kio Grande Western , J. H. Ben nett of Salt Lake Citj' . The mooting discussed routine matters of little Inlctcbt to the public. The most im- poitunt was tint subject ot split tickets. ( i.lH .Illll I'DlililH. J. JI. Bennett , general passenger agent of the Kio Grande & Western railway , with houdquarton at Salt Lake City , is at the Paxtou. He received n tclegtam josterday evening from the Mormon city stating that anew now gas well had been struck und it had n vorv heavy How at a depth of 000 feet Ho was also informed at tbo same time of the liberal victory. _ NotfH mill 1'orson tin , A. .1. Davits , general ngout of the Clover Leaf nt Kansas Citj , Is in the city. J. B Fruwloy , general passenger agent of tlio Union Pacific at Kansas City , is in Omaha. _ _ Dr. Cullirnoro , oculist. Uoo building Iliitlillng I'ei inilri. The following pcimlt.s wore issued by the superintendent of buildings jestoiduv ; Ci , II Hammond , fi.iiuo and hrluU i old htor.ii-'i ) lionsu , 1 .Oil luavun oi til httcul $ . ' , MO i'oui minor puimlts . r > . " > J lotiil . . J1.0V ) / > ; . 177/s. Notices nf nu tines in Imt until i Hits c til * ; cadi iiitillUniiii ! HIII ten unf WKIHM' Mibs.mi , from hinirt fulure , on I'tibriiurv * nt I 'in , at II. I .South Tvsenty font Ih Mr 'I Kiiiii.iins will bo tuUun to Lurro Gould , ill , , for Inlt imunt For Over Two Years my llttlo girl's life was made miserable by it case of Cntan h. Tlio discharge from the nose was largo , con stant nnd very offensive. Her eyes became - came inllamcd , the lids swollen anil veiy painful. After trying various remedies. I gave her S. 8. S. The first bottle seemed to aggravate the disease , but the symptoms boon abated , and in u short time she was cured. Dr. L. B. IUT01IEY , MACKET. IND. Dr. CLUCK , Eye , Ear , Nose , Throat , SPECIALIST. sfs adjusted to nil visual dcfuuts Catarrh siiciLSsCiilly truutiul. Room 18 , Uaikcr Illoth , I51b anil Farnara DfUllM lor ( kl Kauri /Wll Ilia A UinJllrauJ lo Kid > ad bvU uitl lllg\ io ' > I "I llrillll.it. rli'iu 'IllLo iiuullifl , Kt ! uJa.ijlroul ililililu tltmiinil imlluli HI Airirufjuli ori iu kUtut tor tftitlcuUri tritlmf > Qlili ka "Itillef fur I u < lli"iul.mr Ijrcluru Hull. 111,000 T .ilumoUli Aa < JMjxr. . cit rr ciiiw .f Bvll t > y ill LM > ! u.Uki M , I'btlu Jo. , ! ' . CLOSED THE DEAt. . Oinnlm ( ! pti nn O\oriH Titrliirj- Hint will Marl ut Once. Mr Milton C. Peters hn closed tliu deal referred to In joatordny's Hsu nnd Omnha KOts n shirt nnd overall factory thnt will give employment to tlfty persons. 'llionow lirm consists of .Intncs 1' Swond Jr ntid I-1. S Klup of Atchlson , ICnn . where they hnvo for some time been connected with Prank Howard V Co. Thov are eanaWo youiic business mon who will bring with tbo new cnteipriso nn amount of exporlcnco , onotgv , Mm nnd push that will umtoubtodlv bi of mntoiinl bcnullt not only to thoinsolves but to the citv. The ticw fnctorv will occupy ere ontlio floor of the Otmlui Hcniis U if ( compinv's blR liulldlng which Is fullv supplied with olcLtrlc lighting steam bontlug und power tncllitlos. It isstntod thnt the MOW plant will bo In opeuttlou not Into- limn April I , nnd n full force of employes will bo put on from the stnrt. Doctois'f Pshaw1 Tuuo Ucocbntn's Pills , g , 1)1 llllkflllU'HM , A dl ease , treated us such nnd perma nently cured. No publicity. No ititlrin- tir.v. Homo trcutinont Hsiritiloss und ollectuiil. Uofur by permission lo llur- llngton lluwlceyc. Send 2c slntnp for pamphlet , hhokoqtion Chetniojil Co. , IJutlintjton , lit Seeking Twenty five miles nortlicnut of Knnfni City , on tlio C. , M. A. St. 1'aul liy. , IB n beautiful llttlo city of 3000 Inhabitant * , built t > lnco the summer of 1SSO , solely on accnnntnf tlio dl co\cry of the mur\elo 8 "I'ntr.o MAhaANrsn" mid Suu'iio SAHIB waters and the thousands of cures tbat luuc since been effected by their use. THE ELMS , rapidly KM gueMs , Is one of the most cliirmlni ; nnd comfortable all year-round resort holcls In America. Superb bitlia. All clnrges modirnte. Tor lllnMrnted pamphlet address , Excelsior Springs Co. Excelsior Springs Jar ITnlf amiAia. Missouri Blchardson Drug Go , , Agts , , Omaiia , M , A Written Guarantee to CUREEVRY CASE or MONEY RFFUNDED. Our euro I' permanent and notii pitrlilni ; up ru es treated se\in ye-nrsnuo lm\o ni'\er i en n svmptom Rlnrn 11 } desi rlblnirciso full ) wo rin iron > on b } mull and wo cue tin * same Iroii ; Kimrnntio to euro orrefnnit atl money 'Ihosouho prt'Terto tome litre fortreitmont cindo-.oan I o will puy i illron I fnro both w 11 } sand houl bills w illii liuro If i > tall toenn W' ( hnlli IIKO tinWorl 1 for n c use tliut our MfJIC HIMIIIVlllnnt : cure Wrlto for pirtlcn'Ari ' "nil KPttlio ovl k'nro In o ir 'ovim jeira prii tlioxvltli thliMAOK. Hi\lii\ : : It. hts buun mon lUINiMilt to ovpnometlio prejn llees nijuliiHt socillt * ! npeclllc * Uutnnilcrour lroni ; miuniitui * tlio I'luidt nro tr > ln Itnntt liiliiKnirol Wo iMniruuti'e to euro urrcfnnt e\or > ilollur , in I is H o h UP it rcput ill ) i to pr Ho ulMitliiiinilil ba klnzofiilOUr ) U Is perfc ( l\ safe to nil who XT III try the in ? itin'Mt. Her 'tofo-j j on huvo btcn puttlimupan I piy In tonty our money for Mill o out triMitiiKnts an I uUlioiuh > on nro not > ct enrol noonu h is piltl Itick your money WV wl'l no lllvolp cure 5 on O il chronk.ileo i * * o i * tl 011404 tn e t In 1) ) to 'II duy < Imcvliti'eoir flmncliil si unlliu our ripntatlon ax lintlnn- ' ' ) men \Vrllo us foe names nml niMres esof thonu wo hi\o cured > \lio hu\o Klven permission to refer to tlio n It coats > oi only post HKi > to do this If tour srmpto 119 ire * * ire throi * mucous pitches In m iiith , riiauinuti n In bones uml joint' , h ilr fiillhn. out , uruptlons on uny part of th boily , leolliiK of Konurul iloiro < slo i , p il is In hoaj or nonesoihnc no tlm * to nn lu Iho o who nro eon tantly tukliiK mere ir' n ul potu h she iM illsiim llnuoll. ( oustunt use of these ilruiis lll sun ly lirlni ; sores anil e itltu uleirs In thu en 1 Don 11 ill to u ntu Alleorrespon ltnrto sent suilcl Iu pluln cmolopcs \Volrulle themott rlxlil lmc tU itlon und n III do all In our ponor to ul I yon In It Address COOK REMEDY < 0. . - Omibi , Nobruka. FOR MEM ONLY. 5OO for i , iso of I.O-T or I'Mt.ivn MAN- noon , Ounn i Niuvois li ) MiLirt. weak ness of 1 1 lyr .ilnd , tlio plluctsof orronor \ ceases In old or you us t hut w re innot fureVr nuiiriintcoovoiy ' iso or H'fuiid uvi'ry doll ir I'lve d tyt trial triMtinunt Kl full ooursn * " > I'oreL'ptil ) o huncflti n ilbi-d In thrco ilavs Hy mull , hocniuly picked from oliiu > i > itlon Coou KIMI.IH : ro.UM\iiA. NFII LADIES ONLY ' l-"t | ' ll. ! < ' ' I'H I > I ( . -.ifo nnd ( Vrt iln to i duy 01 money refunded Hy mull * ' . r-oeuroly bO.iloJ from obstrvu- t on. CuOlt. IU. tl'r.lf ' < * ' . Dinah i. Neb nit n c WIWTS .NHUVI : ANMI nu\INTIII - MEM'.aiipoclllofor llr torla , IMz/lno i , I In % on rnlKln , lluailni ho Ni rvoii' I'loilrutlon cinnud liy al coliol or tobuiioikufiilnun ; Mental Keproislon hoflenliiK ut tlio llraln i insliu- Infinity misery dicny , iluilli , I'riMiinliire Old AUB llarn'nnoss | .o i of 1'ower In either son luninteiHy l.oiiioirhoca nail all l-cnmlo Woiknustai Involnntitry I OJSDS MJOT iimtorrliooicinsud liy ofi'r-exortlon of the brain Hulf iliiiNi' , over IndnUeaoo V nionth H treattnont ll.lifur F > liy null Wo ( iuarinti'o lv hi\u < to i nro Cucli onlor for 'i lioxui , wltliti will nend rlt Un Kiiartnlno to rofnnd If not enrol ( : uaninti > ai Issind only liy A ' throier , liuuilit ) ! ole imoim , s K cor H th and rariiain ti Dinnli i Sub. CURE A lion iind i oauiluto I rt-atiuent coiiKlstlni ; ot SuppobltoileH Olninunt m ( apaule * aUu In llox und I'lllH u I'oxltlio ( u o I I I vii-ri al , liit"rnnl Illlnil or lllii'luu Itililnv ( lironlt KIM out or lleiedltary l'llo < lliln llonidl ) liu : ntvur bom known lo tall $1 per lit x il foi frj H nt by mill WhKiilfur frJin ( liln t r iblo ills -aiiJ nhen a rlt ILII uimrmtPoli * positively ivi n Hllliohoxun to relimdtliii nioii"It nil mod Hund ttainp Tor friii hiunpio ( iiiarantuo IHHUO I li ) Knhn .i ( .0 Drnpil'i" oiu A onn toinor iJlli anil Dou.'la * Uiailia Neb Dr , BAILEY The Leading 'M ' Den list" Third Floor , Paxton Blo = ! t. iosr , . ictli ami Tarn t u SM. A full nut of Uelh on nibbor for n l't > rfoel fit 'lentil without \i\utm \ \ or romovnlilu brldiro wi rk Ju t Iho thlni ! for ulntor * ur public tpoikLM novar Urop down TbEIH EXTRACTtO WITHOUT PAIN All tllllni' < al ro nonnblu latai , all work w.trr HIM I tut thin out lor AN ACHING BACK There h no lcno\n remedy that equals WOOD'S PENETRATING " ! JU".0 , imjiro\cmenl on or- Ol ACTfTE ? thnarj porous pl.-is- f LHO 1 UM tLMs , a U."i re volution in I'laitcrs Wood r. is the onlj tilaitcr lia > hiK lscr l to dilate the pores and penetrate to Hicat of pain. SOLD r.v nrut.MSTS N V Depot , 93 Wlllhm Si A tronfft htalthyHoman Id- Ktrnd of n tfrcdt nnd nlling one I Bounds like n inlr- Bclo , doesn't It t Hut It ' ' Un'U H's i only Uio ordlnnry , Lflvcrydnvnork 'of Dr I'iorce'fi Fnvoritr Vrescrlt ) . tlon just the work that It was mndo for. Its n nomnn's medicine' , carefully comk jxiundwl for lior Itynn nrrorlcnwl iilijflrlnnf nnd ndnp'.M to her dollrato orranlzntkui. It nrikcsv.cak women strotiR , suaorltiK womprf won H's nn lnIsorntiiiK , rcstorntho tonle , n MMthltiK nnd bindiitf nenltio , nnd n ivr- tftln ctno for nil the fubctionnl dcrnngcntcntir. jKilnful disorders or chronic wcaUnrvsps ix > - ciilinr to the sex. Tor tilccintion , dJMilnco > incuts , boai ing- down sensntioni , " fdnald complnints" of ovoi7 kind , it's a iio\ci-fnll. Inc rcnuvly And , nnionff nil the incdiciucs tlml clnlm ta help women , "Taxonto rrcstitption" Is the on/// / / / ono thit's niMiinitcnt to do nlmt if promised for It. If It doesn't l-onrfl * or cure , in nny ca e , you hnvo } our tnonpy Kirk. Is soincthlnR else , thnt limy pnv the dwilffr K'ttcr , likely to bo ' just ns good " for jou f * Lo Duo'3 Porlolloil Pills. Tliorroti'h rum idy a-n dlwct y upon tin Rcner itic organs Tin ! en r M siiiinroniiin of tin mouses JJor thr 10 for * K nml o tu b i mnlloiL t-liouliliiotboiHnUhiri i projiumr Tnlibari. lstiiatliQiijitlU supulloJ by , Oniih x S AND COLLARS nro Uio cinupnsr AND Tin : HKST N. B. FALCONER , Sell Them. > i nn.i..n Max Meyer & Bro. Co. , QPTIGIMN8 P ACTI AL c ) K rAKNM AMI OMAHA , M\TII : M u bra. ' olid ( .old bp etiu lex or KJI' ( .lasses from il up , 1 Ino SIcM b | > t < UK los or Kjp I.hisses liom il up res l < * sled I roi > h } * * klli't ! Opihiuns IOl'l I IM ) I'ltl - ( IIUMiiS- * 111,1,1.1) " GOLD MEDAL , PATHS , 1073 , W. BAKER &fjos from which the excess of oil IMS been removed , is Absolutely lnro and it in Soluble. Chemicals arc used in its pieprtnition. It has more than three times the strength of Cocoa mixed with S'nich ' , Aiiowrnot or Sugar , and is Ihcrcforo far moro economical , cos'itiy less than one fcnt n cup. It ia ilclicious , nourish ing , strcnqtliuning , KASII.Y DIQKSHD , , uiI ndinit.ilily ad.iptctl for invaliils is well as for persons in health. 'told by Grocers everywhere. W. BAKER & CO , , Dorchssiftr , Mass , DR. J. E. McG-ELEW , THE SPECIALIST , Is liiihiiiiiassod In tin * trinilinoii t of till fornuJ PRIVATE DISEASES mil all disorder * nnd ilulillltlCNiif yinitli and ininliood ITvrura' rv | i rli'in i ) | | ioiiniii > aii'l ' fiii'lllllea ar4 jirai Hi1 iy | | iiiillinltnil I ho Doctor IH iiii'iim * inenilrd liv HID press , nnd rniloisul ui Ilia htrun.i'-it liirniH by tliu iionii u for fair in IM iiii'iit nnd honisi priiffsiinnal nihim Thd must | ) ii\\ ( > rfiil rniniMlli IUIQVMI lo inmleiu luiifu for Iho suici'Sifnl triiilintnt of tbf DllDWln dUcHKDH : OONORnilOKA- dlutii ri'llef A n eli > cm o without tbo lots of uii liniirx tuns from Inislui-bs OLKHT ( hie of tliu most eoniptolo and silt * cossiil litiutiiiiintx for u'liMit anil all annoying ( lisi h ii ns yi t Knoun to Ilin mrdliiil | inij ( - b on 'J ho ruMilts i truly nonduiful Did niu > t blnlilioin uiidc'liionli oiises wluiro tlio ( IKiliaise luul uNUlod foi > u ir-i itntliuly cun I mill ( I Inn iLMiiurknbly dliorl tlmo ' BTKIOTURK-IJikiili'it l.iionn rjinndy forf Hie in atnii'iit of Mrli'tuiu II limit p tin. i"it < tin , ' , ordllatiiiif. A mod iiuiiuil uhlu Miinidy. SVPIIIIiIS No Iroiliiiuil for Him tnrrlbld blood illsiiisu has ovur In i-ii moil ) Hiii'ci'sifnl. ' or Iind Htion.'ur undorM munis Inthollxlit of moiliTn hrli'iiLO this dlsu.iHU IH pusttlvily < ui.ililu and inrry li jcuof HID poUon untlruly iriiioid fiom the blood I'ho curu U eoniilct | | > und puriiiuiutiit. * IOKi' MANHOOD , nnd unibltion nortoua * in < .s , timidity duipunili'ii ' y and nil lilUhllntf nicthnf curly xUo Itolluf obtiiliud nt uni-u. 'I In wi uk ( 'rowslioiin un 1 tliu ucspondc ntby * i omo "lici'rful und li ip | l SKIN DISBASL'S , .in I ull dlM iktk of tfc lilnod , liver. IddiiDjt. iinilb Indilur uru tnmt ( ! sue i'i'ssfuil > will , lliun'iu ituall.iiunn roiuLiUt * fill Illl' ll lllbLMSCg. \\rllu fori'lnnlurt niiilii'drslion list frco. DI81SA8KS OF TJIli STOMACH - Pr , MclJrt'u'n tro.itiimiit for dlsnnlirs of tba btumiuh huHtliu iiniii | illlli I cnihiriiMnunt of thobo wholiuio bi'iin cuicd I ufci tliut b l' ' HiiifiTi ! I fur \unin und nn.i U toOMK or I.AT willnint ini'reMKln > ; Inulr m hury untirulyl iinul Tliu remocJUs aru iileumnt and P-I * , at i * In lo tlio niOHl ilellcato hlom irh UtU uu > I itiMin hts , UnuUa , .Nub l.ntraiuo o * euhei aucut.