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TIIRNOUKOLK NKWS : F1MDAY , ATdUST 10,1001.
SATURDAY SITTINGS.
Mrs. Fisher returned to her homo in
Mmliflon tills morning.
Mice Kdim Glnsn of Wiusido is the
guest of Norfolk relatives.
E. B. Ovelnmn returned last cveiiing
from his visit to St. Joe , Mo.
F. A. Heeler left for the cast ycstor-
doy noon to purchase ix fnll stock of dry
goods.
G. II. Marquardt nnd family departed
last evening for their visit nt Hot
Springs , S. D.
Mrs. W. H. Widauinn and daughter ,
Pcnrl , vent to Albion this morning to
visit for about five days.
George. Brooks of Bnzile Mills was in
the city for a short thno yesterday on
his way home from Omaha.
Work on the masonry on the north
side of the mill is well under way and
the old turbine was removed today.
Mrs. S. K. Long and daughter , Ethel ,
left tills morning for Denver and Col
orado Springs for n few weeks' visit.
H. E , Glissman has added sotno gro
ceries to his meat market business and
the Fair store hns received some of the
fixtures for its moat market department.
Mrs. Barclay of Boone , Iowa , arrived
in Norfolk from Hot Springs , S. D , to
day and visited n short tinio with her
brother , W. E. Speucer , on her way
homo.
Mrs. Sarah Gibson , mother of .1. W.
Gibson , and Mrs. E O. Viekers , a
cousin , both from Nashua , Now Ilamp-
Hhire , are guests at the home of Mr.
Gibs-on.
The Ohiuo , California , factory is now
slicing beets nt the rate of about 000
tons per day and sugar percentage runs
from 11 to 18 while the purity is from
76 G to 80.8.
Emil Loeecher and family and Frank
and Lizzie Mooller arrived last evening
from Fort Dodge , lown , to attend the
Schlack-Loescher wedding which takes
place Tuesday.
N. A. Rainbolt , Wynn Raiubolt and
Dr. A. Bear and children went to the
Krantz slough yesterday on a fishing
trip and brought homo a nice string for
breakfast this morning.
F. H. Livingstone and Mr. and Mrs.
H. S. Livingstone departed for Nebraska
City this morning where they will be
joined by the other members of their
company and begin rehearsing for the
opening of the theatrical season.
Mrs. J. D. Larrabee returned yester
day from Michigan , wht ro the has been
visiting relatives for some time. Mr
Larrabeo has also returned from a trip
through the Dakotas , Minnesota and
Canada , in the interests of the Cham
pion harvesting machinery.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hardy have re
turned from their five-weeks' trip
through the New England states , hav
ing visited at the Buffalo exposition ,
Bostou , Chicago and other important
eastern cities. They enjoyed the trip
thoroughly bat are glad to get home.
The eight-years-old sou of George
Clark , who lives on South Sixteenth
street , fell from a cherry tre'o yesterday
afternoon and broke his right thigh
bone. His injuries were given surgical
attention and it is considered that ho
will speedily recover the use of the limb
Innes and his band are to visit Norfolk
again this season and will , as last year ,
present some scenes from grand opera.
The band will play a long engagement
at the Buffalo exposition and thereafter
start on its regular winter tour , which
extends as far west as the Pacific coast.
The twentieth annual reunion of the
Pioneers and Old Settlers' association of
Dakota county will bo hold at Clinton
Park , Dakota City on Thursday , August
29. An interesting program , including
an address by Hon. E. W. Oadwell of
Sioux City , has been prepared for the
occasion.
Madison Chronicle : 0. A. Smith and
several others are contemplating the
erection of modern hotel in Norfolk.
Their plans are still in an embryo state
but there is a possibility that they may
materialize. If they do the Sugar City
will have ono of the finest hotels in the
state. The location will be central , on
the Main street.
The regular Union Pacific passenger
made an extra trip to Columbus this
morning , leaving hero about 70 : ! ! , tak
ing those to that city who wanted to see
Ringling Bros. ' circus. The train re
turned afterword and made its regular
trip. A number of Norfolk people went
down to see the show , but the majority
of them went on the regular train.
Madison County Reporter : The credi
tors of L. G. Flesher closed his drug
store Monday morning and took posses
sion of the stock. H. D. Kelly , of Nor
folk , is agent for the creditors nnd ho ,
together with Dr. F. A. Bryant of that
place , were here Tuesday invoicing the
stock. We regret very much to have
Mr. Flesher meet with this misfortune
nnd hope that he will soon bo able to
enter in some kind of business that will
prove profitable.
The Pierce Call of last" week reprints
n likeness of Prof. II. Oleland taken
from the Illustrated Bee. Mr. Cloland
will become professor of geology at
Williams college this fall nnd is now
teaching in the summer school at Cor
nell. His home is at Pierce , where fern
n number of years his father was in
bubinesp. He graduated from Gates
college nt Neligh and took n special
course nt Oborlin. Later ho went to
Yale nnd took n post graduate course
and hns since continued his btudies ,
largely in the field.
Norfolk will enjoy its first game un
der the now management next Friday ,
the Iflth , when the Wayne team will go
against the team organized by Manager
Lodor and Ouptniu Partridge. Negoti
ations are on to arrange n gnmo with
Glcmvood , Iowa , team which is now
touring this part of the stato. It is
claimed that this is the fastest amateur
team in the state of lown. The manage
ment has been putting forth every ef
fort to got n crack team together and if
the game can bo arranged it will bo ono
worth going a long ways to see.
Pierce Leader : Win. Moudleson
closed the doors of the Turner House
Sunday evening and has quit the hotel
business because of insufficient patron
age. Mr. Meudlesou has been running
the hotel at n loss for several months
and determined to quit n losing venture.
While in charge of the Turner House ho
operated n good hotel nnd patrons will
learn of his cloning with regret , Mr.
Mcudlosou will sell his household goods
and furniture at private sale , having
moved his family to the front part of
the Peterson residence. This will leave
the local hotel field clear for , T. C
Moroy , the obliging proprietor of the
Morey House , if another landlord is not
secured for the Turner IIousoT
WARNERVILLE.
A. 0. Cupliu ninde a bubiuebs trip to
O'Neill Inst weth.
G. M. Cnrleton threshed n field of
onts this week that yielded 37 bubhols
per acre.
Mrs. W. E. Gillnspy returned Satur
day from n two-weeks' > ibit with her
mother at Eagle , Neb.
The ice cream festival given by the
Wninervillo Sunday school labt Friday
was a Eocial and financial success.
Utah nn Iileitl Cllnmte.
The first white man to set foot on
Utah soil , Father Silvestre Voledo
Escalaute , who reached the great Salt
Lake on the 2ird ) day of September , 1770 ,
wrote in his diary : "Hero the climate is
so delicionp , the air so balmy , that it is
a pleasure to breathe by day and by
night. " The climate of Utah is one ot
the richest endowments of nature. On
the shores of the great Salt Lake especially
cially and for fifty miles therefrom in
every direction the climate of climaUs
is found. To enable persons to partici
pate in these scenic and climatic attrac
tions and to reach the famous health ,
bathing and pleasure resorts of Utah ,
the Union Pacific has nmdo a rate to
Ogden and Salt Luke City of ono fare
for round trip , plus ? 2.00 , from Missouri
river , to bo in effect Juno 18 to ! ! 0 inclu
sive , July 10 to August ! } 0 inclusive.
Return limit October 81 , and $ SO 00 for
the round trip on July 1 to ! ) , inclusive ,
September 1 to 10 inclusive.
Proportionately low rates from inter
mediate points.
For full information , call on or ad
dress F. W.JuxnMAN ,
Agent.
FIRE SWEEPS OVER PILGER.
Nebraska Town Loses Several Build
ings In Daybreak Blaze.
Pilger , Nob. , Aug. 12. This town
had a heavy loss by flre between 3 and
4 o'clock yesterday morning. The
A. C. King building , occupied by Bare
& Bartlett as a meat market ; the King
residence in the rear , the Davis build
ing , occupied by I. B. Jeffries as a
drug store and postofllce ; two barns
and an icehouse wore burned. Only
the vigorous efforts of the citizens
and the fact that no wind was blowing
saved the rest of the town. Louis
Pilger , a merchant , was hurt internal
ly by the explosion of a hand fire ex
tinguisher.
PICKS SAMPSON'S SUCCESSOR.
Navy Department Selects Rear Admit *
al Johnson.
Washington , Aug. 13. The navy dc
partment has selected Rear Admiral
M. L. Johnson , now in command at the
Port Royal naval station , to succeed
Admiral Sampson , in command of the
Boston navy yard , when the latter of
fleer shall retire. The formal appointment
mont has not been made , as it is not
known how soon Admiral Sampson
may wish to be relieved or whether ho
will wait until his retirement from the
service next February.
Pan-American Kxpoitttlou ICxcurnloi
Kates.
Excursion tickets will bo sold by the
F. , E. & M. V. ( Northwestern line ) on
May 0 , ij,20 : , 21 and 28 with a return
limit of 7 days at ? 80.55 via standard
and i29.01 via differential lines.
Every day until September . ' 10 with
return limit of 15 days , at $38.30 via
standard and ? 3G,30 via differentia'
lines.
Every day from May 10 to September
80 good for return until October 31 , at
$ -17.75 vin stnudnrd and ยง 15 35 via differential -
ential lines.
Full particulars will be cheerfully fur
nished all inquirers.
II. O MATKAU ,
Agent.
$13 to Buffalo Pan-American and Re
turn SIS.
Tickets on gale daily via the Nicklo
Plato road , good returning ten days
from date of sale. Especially low rates
for 15 to HO days limit Chicago to
Buffalo and return. Tickets at lowesi
rates to nil points east. John Y. Gala-
han , general agent , 111 Adams street
Chicago. Chicago city ticket ollice 111
Adams street ,
MONDAY MENTION.
P M Congtr was down fiom Tllden
yesterday.
0. F. Ohillson was over from Ran
dolph yesterdny.
S. D West fall of Growcll was n Sunday -
day visitor in Norfolk ,
O. N. Myers of Nollgh was in the
Metropolis for Sunday.
E. A. Lundburg was n Norfolk guest
yesterday from Wnyno.
Mnttio Loii7er of Omaha Is visit-
ng her folks in this city.
Jndgo Barnes went to Tekamah thin
morning on legal buHinohs.
Fred Helltirman n turned from a vlblt
to the Black Hills yesterday.
W. E. Spencer and George Williams
wont to Meadow Grove this morning.
Fred Nelson , Emmet Mear and A.
Shafer of Tilden wire Norfolk visitors
yesterday.
A. B. Heilman and E 11 Eatpn wore
Norfolk viblterd yesterday from the
county sent.
Dr. Young , assistant pliynieinn at the
hospital for the iubaue , drove to Buttle
Creek today.
Mr. Olaus and fnmily of Hnttlo Creek
visited their daughter , Mrs. Uecker , of
this place yestetdny.
J. W. Humphrey arrived Inbt night
from n three weeks' trip in the Ulnch
Hills nnd Wyoming.
Roy Gardner hns gone to Plniuviow
to construct n line and put in five new
telephones at that place.
Miss Mary Shelly , Miss Kate Stafford
and Miss Edna Stafford loft this noon
for the exposition at Bullalo.
Roy Carter went to St. Paul , this
state , today , to take an examination be
fore the stnto board of pharmacy.
Miescs Hulda Nunow and Anna
Verges returned yesterday from a
pleasant outing nt Hot Springs , S. D.
Mihs Bertha Willo arrived Saturday
from Neligh to visit this week with her
sisters , Mrs. Hurlbtrt and Miss Willo.
Wyuu Raiubolt went to Sioux City
today to enter the tennis contests of the
tri-statu tournament tomorrow and next
day.
Frank Horst of Madison was in the
city Saturday night and went to the
Yellow Banks to visit the Mmlison
campers.
W. A. Moldenlmuer received the sad
news this morning that his sibter , Mrs.
Eliza Soizkorn had died in her homo in
Lebanon , Wis.
G. L. Streeter , head chemist of the
sugar factory , 1ms arrived from his
homo in Illinois to take up his elnties
of the campaign.
The elorrnitory of the Fremont nor
mal fcchool and the residence of W. C.
Wiley of that city hnvo just been re
leased from quarantine on account ot
the smallpox.
0. E. Eifaeloy was up from Fremont to
visit his folks over Sunday. Ho was an
eye witness to the destruction of thi
business portion of Pilger by fire yesttr
day morning.
The German Lutherans of Pierce en
joyed n mission festivnl yesterday that
was well attendeel nnd an enjoyable
time resulted. Norfolk furnished quite
n large delegation.
Mr. anel Mrs. J. D. Sturgeon returned
yesterdny from the Black Hills where
Mrs. Sturgeon has been for several
wetks in the interest of her health.
She did not expeiieuce all the benefit
hoped for.
Miss Lillian Spence of Madison who
has been visiting in Stanton was in the
city over night and went homo this
morning. She was ncconipanied by
Miss Edna Lawrence who will pay her
a short visit.
This oilice is in receipt of the pre
mium list of the Wayne county Agri
cultural society , advertising its 13th an
nual fair which will bo held Septemlxr
11 , 12 and 13. There promises to bo
some excellent races and exhibits.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Ghristoph and
little daughter left today for n visit at
Mr. Ohristoph's old home in New
Hampton , Iowa , and'nlso to visit rela
tives and friends nt Wnukon. They ex
pect to bo absent about two weeks.
Miss E. J. Bender departed today for
a visit at Fremont. From there she
will go east to purchase her fall and
winter stock of millinery. During her
absence the store will bo in competent
hands nud the wants of customers will
bo promptly attended to.
The Episcopal choir boys left this
morning for n two-weeks' outing at the
Yellow Banks. They were well pro
visioned and prepared to employ the
time in a thoroughly enjoyable rnnnner.
R v. Mr. Weills , J. B. Maylard and
family and J. B. Barnes , jr. , accompa
nied them.
Rev. G. H. Bradford of St. Joseph
Mo. , gave a splendid lecture at the M
E. church Saturday evening to a fair
sized audience. He is an eloquent am
forcinble orator nud those who were
present are warm in his praise nnd con
sider thnt those who failed to nttend
missed n rnro educational treat.
Mrs. David Banui met with nn un
pleasant accident yesterdny while driv
ing to Stauton. When near that towi
n stranger drove his team into her
buggy from the rear and it was quite
badly wrecked. The vehicle was boyom
being immediately repaired and Mrs
HnumIIH compelled to hlio another
rig fur the i ft inn trip.
Buttle Cn-ck Enterprise William
Kiilpc , formerly of Hnttlo ( .Ironic , writes
from Dalhort , TIMID , thnt ho in em-
iloyed Mith the W. R Stublw Contract-
ng company near that place and In en-
eying health nnd prosperity , lit ) is
very much pleased with the country nnd
nays thn climate IH delightful. Two or
hroo days \\ns the extent of the hot
wave at that placo.
Children playing on the farm of , lohn
Lmnb , near Reynolds , dug up n roll of
; rcimbnclcH four inches in diameter.
The money NMIH badly decomposed , but
Miiiio of the bills wore * seen to bo of
f 1,000 denomination. They hnvo been
bent to Washington. It is thought the
bills were "planted" nfter the famous
Hubbel wreck , which WIIH planned with
the intention of robbery.
The premium list of the Boone County
Agriiultnrnl society , printed by the
Albion News , is ono of the hands mest
HpeclineiiH of work of that clans nvur re
ceived at this ofllco nnd chows that the
News as a printery is stiictly up todato.
The fair is tobu held Septumber 25 , 2it
and 27 and the pnmiiuiiH and pursem of
fered are n guaranty thnt It will bo n
first elnsH county exhibition.
Miss Liiv.io Smith was run over and
killed by the M. & O. train at Tekamah
Saturday night and an inqi est IH being
held today. The accident occurred nt n
crossing south of n big cut. Engineer
Smith ren-ersed his engine ) and used the
oniergnnoy br k , but the distance was
HO short that the momentum of the
train carried it on. The body wim re
moved to the Smith furniture store.
Battle Orcetk Republican : Dr. 1. .1.
Daniel , while driving southward on
[ irofessionul buHine'BB Tuesday , came
upon n rattle snake in the road near
lerry Warner's placo. Although not
licensed to prescribe for sunken , the doc
tor administered n dime to this ono thnt
[ Hit it to sleep. Ho brought his trophy
iioiuo and exhibited it to his friends
Six rnttles were appended to the snake's
tail.
The Nebraska State Fair is ollennn
f2,0)0 ( ) for county collective exhibits.
The first premium is $300 nnd no prem
ium is less than $100. ThoHO counties
that hnvo n fair crop can nffe/rd to enter
for ibis as the competition will not be
so close as in other years. Arrange
ments aio nmdo for the free transpor
tation of persons in clmrgo of such ex-
hibitH. Goneial information is cheer
fully fuinihhed by the hccietnry , Robt.
W. Furnim of Brownvillo.
SciibiHT News : Two game wardens
navigated the rivers in this part of tin
county Tuesday. Between S Tibnei
and Cro\u-ll a number of soiues were
found and they were shipped to the
headquarters of the Htnto fish commit- *
MOII nt South Bond. Having attendee !
to thin matter the ofllcers resumed their
journey Tlicfo quiet excursions of the
wardens combined with the fact that
each county has a m mbor of secret dep
uties mnkes fishing contrary to the state
law a very riskv proceeding.
J. W. Humphrey is opening up hie
tailoring establishment in the Richards
block. The tailors are expected here
today ready to begin work. The tailor
ing work will bo done largely in rooms
upstairs and the cutter will hnvo his
tables in the main storeroom downstairs
in which will also bo carried n complete
sock of gents' fuinishing goods which
will bo in charge of Fred ASIUUH. Mr.
Humphrey will continue his work on
the road and expects to work up a cus
tom trade that will bring much business
in his line to Norfolk.
There was a largo attendance at the
services of the M. E. church yesterday
the occasion being n sort of n jubilee
over the freeing of the church from its
mortgage indebtedness. Rishop C. C
McCabe preached in the morning to a
congregation that filled the anditoriun
and part of the annex. His text was
froni Haggai 2 ; 7 : "And the elesiro of
all nations shall come. " He referred to
the second building of the temple and
his sermon was most nppropriato to the
occasion. The bishop is a profound
thinker , has n plensing delivery nnd ex
presses his ideas with n force that
carries great weight. In the evening
Rev. G. H. Bradford of St. Joseph , Mo.
preached to a good sized audience , his
sermon also being very impressive
Bishop McCabe sang nt this service nnd
as heretoforequite charmed his hearers
The G. A. R. and W. R. O. attended
the morning service in n body.
F. , K , & M. V , 1C. . K. Cheap Kxcurttlnnn.
July 1 to September 110 , special sum
mer rates to Utah.
July 1 to August 31 , special excursion
to Colorado and Utah.
Eveiy day until October 31 , Pan
American e-xposition rates to Buffalo
N. Y.
Y.Will
Will be glad to furnish particulars o
above cheap excursions nnd talk eve
routes nud connections vin the old re
liable Northwestern Lino.
H. 0. MATUAU ,
Agent.
The fast trnins of the Union Pacifi
rench San Francisco fifteen hours nhone
of all competitors. If vou are in u
hurry tnko a slow train by ono of the detour
tour routes , but if yon want to get ther
without suffering any of the incouveu
ieuces of winter travel , tnko the only
direct route , the Union Pacific. De
tniled information furnished on npplica
tion. F. W. JUKKMAN , Agent.
TUESDAY TOPICS.
Judge Cones caino down fiom Pierce
IIH ) morning.
OluiH. F. Chllltum drove homo to
landolph lant evening.
| j. L. Roti'bo ' made a himincHH trip to
ImllHon tlilH morning.
Clyde Hammond went to Madison
his nioining to play ball.
J. I ) . Sturgeon went to Coleridge to
ny , to bo absent tovernl days.
JI\H. C. Cnlloghnn of I'liilte Center
vns a Norfolk visitor yesterday.
Kiither Wlndolph of Gioinhlou A In-
led with Father Walsh yesterday.
Mrn. J. O. Troiitmnn returned this
Homing from n visit to Sioux City.
MUn H Belle Wufpht y nnd Joslo A very
tf Battle Creek vote ) In the city yestur-
luy.
luy.Mr.
Mr. mid Mrs. E. E. Adams and Olydo
cturiiod ycHtoidny from their vlnit to
lltnoiH.
Miss Helen Waohter of Omaha is vis-
ting at the homo of her uncle , O. F.
1'appert.
Mrs. W. B. Vail left thin morning for
i visit of several wcoliH nt her homo In
Sheldon , Iowa.
Miss Kdith Morrow Miry pleasantly
uteriained a party of her lady friends
it dinner lust evening.
County OoiuiulHsloner II. W. Winter
vent to Mudihon thin morning to attend
i meeting of the loiu'd.
The Misses Lulkaitnnd Edith Monow
mvo gene to tlio Yellow Hanks fora
veek's camping outing.
Buttle Creek and Madison played ball
CHterdny at the former place. Battle )
'reek won by n m-oro e > f IH tt ) ( I.
George Willlnms went to Columbus
his morning to meet n shipment of
torses from Mr. Sheehnn of KOIIKJH ,
Wyo.
Mies Pearl Reono and Mim lint I in
Mlbory loft yeslerdny for the Buffalo
xpomtion. They expect to join a party
it Valparaiso.
Miss Maud Clark , who has been norv-
ng as nurse among the Hiimllpox pa
louts nt Long Pine , returned to Nor-
oik last evening.
W. N. Huso ami Gene retuined last
wiling ironi Lnko Okohoji , loun.
Mrs. Huso stopped nt lluwurdcn to
lull her mother for a tiny t > r two.
Cadet LumbtirK of the Sal vat inn
\rinywentto Schuyler tins morning
'or n short \isit. From ( hero she ' "II !
go to Hhe'ldon , lowu , for a coupio of
Onkdnle is to bccnmn n ( liHtriluting
point for the Standard Oil company , nn
agent of the company having be-on there
tosecuro giound ou wliich n tank maybe
bo built.
M. O. Burnett of the Canton Bridge
company , wont to Madison this moin-
Ing to negotiate with the county com-
misHioncrH in regard to the proposed
now bridges.
Owen Loud , an old gentleman who
has passed his ! )0th ) birthday and him
been living nt the boarding house Houth
of the P.icifio block , departed this morn
ing for Clnrksville , Iowa.
Early tomorrow morning the moon
will change to now mid it is to bo hoped
that the now will bo bettor than the
old IIH n rain producer. A "wet" moon
nnd n wet earth nro among the crying
needs of the hour.
While there was n crowd on the
streets this morning waiting for the cir
cus parade little Forest Richmond was
run over by a bicyclist. The little fel
low was quite badly bruised but fortu
nately ho suffered no broken bones or
other serious injuries.
Carroll Index : A. J. Honey brought
in Homo fine ronsting ears from one of
his fluids last Friday , thnt will undoubt
edly yield nenrly nn nverngo crop. It
was of the white dent variety , which
seems to stand a dry season hotter than
the old yellow dent , something that was
particularly noticeable during the dry ,
hot season of ISO I.
Madison Star : A fine church build
ing is being erected on the Stnntou
county breeding farm and will bo open
to all denominations. It is to bo 20x50
feet in dimensions and will cost in the
neighborhood of $1800. Parks and
Egleston of Creston have the contract
for doing the work which is to be completed -
ploted in about forty days. The princi
pal contributor towards this house of
worship is Marshal Field of Chicago ,
but the exact amount donated cor Id not
bo learned.
Glenwood and West Point played yes
terday , the former winning by n score
of 4 to 3. West Point's battery wns
Bucklin and Alberts , The Glenwood
team will play here tomorrow and it is
expected that it will bo ono of the most
interesting nud enjoyable games of the
season. The people should turn out to
the game in force and thus encourage
the association responsible for the or
ganization of the homo team. They
have been working hard and risking
much to make the team an honor to the
town and those who love the gnmo
should eudors'O them with unqualified
support. The Norfolk team is in gootl
condition nnd will show the lown boys
nn exciting game.
Col. E. G. Mnsou hnd n long tnle of
woo to recite to TUB NK\SS' reporter
this morning regarding the doings of
certain members of the Norfolk's
colon d pti | illation. The burden ot IIIH
Htory WIIH that e rinln colored folks Imcl
been the victims of robbery nnd thievery
and he WIIH convinced that ho know
that certain other colored folks were rti-
HpoiiNlhlo for the depredations Ho n -
Hurts thai MSH ! Rllllvnnco WIIH n recent
vlollm of thtHo ) iimurmidurB , her homo
having been entered nnd despoiled last
week , much of her valuable poiHoiml
propoity hnviiiK boon tnkon. lie nine )
Htnttm that a couplet of the women follcn
got Into nn nltmrntlon which , however ,
WIIH milllcd more or UIHH mnlcnbly. IIo
nsmnlHthnt ( hero iHtroublo in store for
tht ) thehcH If therti nro farther nctii oC
thievery nnd unleHH restitution of the
stolen property IH inndn.
MADISON.
P. Aalien WIIH over fiom Hnttlo
Crook WiMlncmlay ,
Attorney A. W. OTOHH of Oniiilttirin
in town Wodnemlny.
W. J. Hvory returned to hlH homo In
Oklahoma Snturdny last.
ltd JenkliiH of Columbus vlHlteds itli
iiilntheH in town thin week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Miles returned from
tholr'vlslt to Ponca Monday.
A. H. llolliniui WIIH viewing Ihu bull
game at Norfolk Wednesday.
( lily Marshal Krnnk Flood of Battle
Oioek had htiHlncHs In town Monday.
Ailliur IMlgeraud wife were paHHon-
for Norfolk Wednesday evening.
Hurtlin Hoguo loft , ThuiHilny for
u nmiith'H vihit with tulnttvcN lit New-
pott ,
MrH.i \ A. Htiinrt of Lincoln WIIH at
tending to buhiiRHH hero Ihei IliHl of tha
WlHlk.
I ) , A. Onimerninii WIIH nttendlnx to
htiHincHH at the session of the county
commit HinncrH Tucs'dny.
Quito n number from here nttindoel
the olrcuH at ColunibuH Saturday , and
also ut Norfolk Tuesday.
Thi ) ball gnnio Tuesday between CrcB-
Ion nnd MndiHon result ) < l in n score oC
1 1 to 15 in favor of CrcH on.
MrH. Will MuRgrnvn ol Columbus vis
ited her parents , Mr. mid MrH. A. T.
Steen , from Monday until Wednesday.
W. L. Howling enjoyed a vacation
from Ktiduy until Monday night , nncl
calli d on his "best fi lend" at Fioinonb
timing thnt liinei.
The track nt the fair grounds wan
never in It tier condition tlinu nt pro.s-
nt , nnd if it so continues , KOIIIO good
HICCH niiiy bo expicted.
U JH u liny , ut the homo of Mr. anil
MIH U. E PlnsH , born Sunday. To
pruMi that ho is popular , mention only
ne'cil bo iniido that ho 1ms no hrothortt
mil nix siHtfiH
The county coniinissioneis he-Id n
shoil HChsion Tuesday afternoon. Anew
now bridge across Union creelc WIIH or
dered to take Ihu place of thu old ono
near the pump hoi.se , which is voiy
much dilapidated.
Ono new feature of lliecomiiig county
fair will be high class ontortaiiiinont ol'
the people between hunts of the rncoH.
ThiHiH usually an nnne > ying patt of the
day , but with the entertainment now
in ranged for it will bo of the most in-
tore-Hting.
I'or u Miiiiiiinr
The Rocky Mountain regions of Cole
rado reached best via the Union Pacific
provide lavishly for the health of the
invalid and the pleasure e > f the tourist.
Amid these rngged steops"'aro to bo
found some of the moi-t chnriniiiK nutl
roHtfnl spots on einrth. Fairy lnk s
nestled nniid bunny peaks , and climate
that cheers and eixhilaratos. The sum
mer excursion rates put in effect by the
Union Pacific ounblo yon to reach these
favored localities without unnecessary
expenditure of time or money.
Ono faro for the round trip plus 2.00
from Missouri river , in effect Juno 18 to
110 ; July JO to August 31 inclusive.
The Union Pacific will also soil tickets
on July 1 to 1) ) inclusive , September 1 to
10 inclusive , nt $15.00 for the round trip
from Misfioui river points.
Return limit October 31 , 1)01. ! )
Proportionately low rates from inter
mediate points.
Full information cheerfully furnished
upon application. F. W. JUNKMAN ,
Agent.
Daily Excursions to Buffalo and
New York
via the Nicklo Plato road. Through
trains to New York City without
change. Vestibuleel sleepers Chicago to
Boston. Dining cars on ' ' as.
Meals served on American Club .411 at
from 35 cents to f 1. Write John Y.
Cnlnhnn , gonernl ngent , 111 Adams
street , Chicago , for particulors.
When the plate is furnished THE
NEWS will supply engraved cards at 75
cents for 50 , or f 1.00 for 100.
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Then the baby is most like5
Iv nervous , and fretful , and
d'ocsn't gain in weight.
Scott's Emulsion
b tlie best food and medicine
' r teething babies. They
from the start. p
hem ! U > r H free sample fj
scorr .v nenvNi : ciicmi'ts. ' , }
s I'tnil Mteet. Jfew % cn f .
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