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TI1K N'Oltl'OLK NKWS : FRIDAY , Al'Gl'ST 23 , 1001 ,
The Norfolk Heuus
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niioiir * ) Kdllorliil Dcimrtment , No. 22) )
lnMiipM Olllrn anil Joe IliMimt , .No , 812.
Republican State Convention.
Tlio rcnuilillrnim < il tlio tiitnnf NclniiKkn urn
lie why uilloil to mi'Ot In rniiimitlnii nt tlm
tiuiilllnrliim In tlm city of Murom , N li , on
\\iMlncfInjr. AiiKMBt 2 * HOI , nt 2 o'clock In Iliu
nttimiouii , for ilio ( inriKin ) ( if | ilnclnu In noinin
ittldii rnmllilntcn ( or tlm following utllrix to Im
tut'I fur ill ttin unit uunnriil ( ilnctlon to lie
lin it In Ui Mnto of NolirmU on iMivuinbor fi ,
Olio Jmlnn of tlm mipromn court j two rnitniilt
of tlio mihorrlly of tlm Hutu ot Nolirimka. nnil
tor tlio trniiinctlon of micli iitlmr ImMiifm no
mxy ri'Kiilnrh coinn linforn mill ronvnnlloli.
Tun lm l > of rnirup ntHtlon of tin ) cm ornl
cotintliiK In mill con\mitl n * ! IH | | tin tlmotn
cn.t fur lio. , , .John V. Nnnlilt for | ir ittijfliillnl
n octor nt Ilio rnKtilnr olnrtlou linlil on N'ovom-
Imrfl. IIVO. KlvlliK onn ilnlmrnln for micli 100
\titflH or major frnctliin tlionmf , mriint lor HIM
Milil John K. Nnelill , anil onn ilnln ate at lii'Kct
fur Biirli coiiulj. Sal I | inirtlonmiiiil | ontltlim
thncnvural ronntlm to ll > o fdlliiwlim
Btinii In ni'il ' niimititlnn/
flTs ri'ComimmiTmTtTml no proilua t > uiillowu < l
In mild coiiMintloti , lint thnt the iloloK'iitns proii
out tluiroiit from micli count ) bo poriiiittod to
cunt ilio full uito of the couuty roiirueoutud l > >
L Notice l > hnrohy KNOII ! thnt onch of ( ho nvon
imnilxini I rnnntorliil dintrlctn in tlio aliito In to
loluct n mointiur of the utiitu committee to eorvu
for n term ot t\\o jonra.
( Hlunnil ) II , I' . IIM > SA\ ,
Cluilrinnn Itaputillciiti Stntnro't niltliMi.
Jens T MAI.I.M.II.U ,
Ropubllc.in County Convontion.
Tlio roinhllcnn | elect rn o [ Miiillniin county ,
NohniKku , are riiiUOBtoil | to KRIII ! iluluKHtoH from
tlio vovornlotlim prnc nrU to munt hi convon
tlim at MHilinou , Nobr nka , AUK. 21 , 1W1 , nt 2
o'clock p. m. , for the imrpoiiltin of t-aloctlni :
Z2 iloloKiitos anil nltornntn il loKiito to nttonil
the r iiihltrni'itata comontlon , to Im liolil at
l.lucnln , Ai > KUHt 2.S , lWIaiiil 'orlhtxtraneactlon
nf Biicli other htiBlno B at may hn In onlor.
Tlio fO\oral iirocliicti are untl'lnil to ropro-
Fontntlon ne folio H , tlio aiiiMirtlonmnnt boitiK
biibod on the Mite cunt for William McKlnlo )
for pruKiilont al tlio olnclion of Notomhur 6th
11HX ) . ImliiK onoiloloKatn at larKn fornanliotltiK
jiroclnct , anil ono ilohv-Hto Tor unrli t\\ont >
or mnlor fraction tnnri'iif
* 1 r'UK I.
ItllUJ rmnil . . . . .
Door Cr ok 3 Kiilmimioo t
Jollomm 11 llroon ( hirilon S
( ) ro\o 4 Miulieon , outhldo. ,4
i.ullson ! Cltv 10 Tot
It in rocomiiKiiiiloiT tlml iiiucinct IIUIMIIUI c
1)0 hold on Saturday Aim. 17 ; thnt nn proxies
be itlhmed and thnt di'lcniitos iirceont cubt the
full \ote of the iloles'iUi'Mi.
J. L. KNKSKL. DAVID WH1TLA ,
Secretary. Chairman ,
The Fremont Hernltl has recently
boon very much improved in appearance
with a now dress , now iiinkuup , and
uow has every appearance of a prosper
Farmers should put their hay in n
safety deposit vault. Stun' that is
worth $7 a ton uow and will undoubt
edly be worth much more should not bo
left lying carelessly around. <
Attorney General Kuox should evi
dently be succeeded by Constantine J.
Smythe of Nebraska fame. Ho has a
record for smashing trusts , with the
assistance of Mr. Bryan , that is con
Iowa and Holt county are inline , now
all Mr. Bryan and his principles have
to wait for is the national convention to
learn that ho is still tlio idol of the com
mon people. In order to be certain he
had best wait for the latter.
Anyway the Iowa democrats insist
that the light bo made on state issues
and undoubtedly anticipate that they
will have time to decide , before 190-1 ,
whether or not they have made a mis
take in putting another hypodermic iu-
jection iu the free silver issue.
The stite bauks of Nebraska have on
deposit more than thirty million dollars ,
the highest amount ever known. In
1800 there was but cloven millions on
deposit in these banks. This may not
bo prosperity but it indicates mighty
good luck ou the part of somebody.
Senator Barksdale , temporary chair-
inau of the Virginia democratic con
tention says : "Twice we have fol
lowed William Jennings Bryan and
'tl ' Ireo silver to the sepulcher and uot once
to the resurrection. There can be no
more resurrection of the dead , no more
rising from the grave. " There are evi
dently thobe iu the democratio party
who coubider free silver dead.
Aim JM to be u
rufornu-r like Ciilonul Bryan if thny
could but rioi'ivu UN hiuitUnino wngcH
Hit , Intent tnvfHtini'nt in in the Wyom
ing oil Ih'ldH , where hn hopi-H to acquire
nnothnr guMier tlm' will bo I H fnmotiH
IIH the onii of national reputation. If
largo majority of the "common peoplo"
could afford to Invent In HO many prop
crtiim they would IInil it impothiblo to
Hlng calamity and Imrd tlmcH.
The di'inoorntH of Iowa Indicate their
adhuroncu to demagogic principles when
they ' 'cordially Invite all honiHt mini
of the Htutu to tinitii" with tlu m. They
wittli it to ho unilerntood thnt the sup
port of dMionoHt mini will not bo welcome -
como when they know that thor would
full over thoniHulvun to hecuro the sap-
port of any man without Inquiring into
hlH iunu'Hty. They Itkowiho insinuatf
that thu hnvon of ditdionuHt men will bo
in thu republican ranks , when they
know thnt them are more Imnunt re
publicans in Iowa than there are demo
crats all told in thnt state. That ono
nrtiulo of faith Is Milllolont to indicate
that the ilointHiratH of Iowa could not do
otherwise than support the Kansas City
The anti-triiHt people neck to drive the
trusts out of buHinehs. If this wore
poHsiblo thntisnnds moro in on would bo
driven out of employment and they
would tliun have ampin provocation to
ory hard times and calamity. The
trusts may bo deplorable from general
principles but they can do nothing
without the aid of labor and when their
labor is not employed tluiro is trouble
for all. The stool htrikorri ani injuring
tlio business of that corporation but it
cannot bo denied that they are likewise
loning largo sums of money which would
bo theirs if they wore at work. At-
toinoy Clonoral Knox or anyone else
could do no moro reprehensible thing
than to force the corporations out of
busini'ss unless they could raise up in
their places compiinios or firms thai
could employ the Biuno number of men
at as good wages.
AN OPTICAL ILLUSION.
One of < he Trlckn Performed bj- the
Knklr of Inillii.
The fnUlra of Intllii porfonn some-re-
iniirUublo tricks. Tbp followliiK one
was \s > ltm > 8Ht'l by nn KiiKllshmiui wbo
WIIH lihnsolf nn excellent pri-HtldlBl-
The npiirtnu'iit being Tilled , tlie mn-
glclniiH be iin tbclr iicrforinunco. Tlio
niitllenoc nut on the Hour about the
fnklrs , HO tbut they bnil no way of con-
CLMilliiK tluMiiHolveH or of biding any-
tiling. At tbi'lr request I examined
them and Nntlslleil myself that they
hud nothing about them. Then one of
the women stciiped Into the Inclosure ,
the rest roiiiiilnlng behind the upce-
tntors , wbo fornied a close ring about
them. The light wn now turned down
a little , and in a moment the wonmn'B
face began to be Illuminated by n
Khostly light that extended quickly
over her entire body.
She then began to move around and
around , uttering a low , murmuring
sound the while , gradually quickening
the pace until nlie was whirling about
like a top. A moment of this , and the
light that had clung about her seemed
to be whirled off by ccntrifitfcnl force
and assumed a plllarllke form beside
her. As soon as this was accomplish
ed she stopped , turned and began to
mold the light with her hand , and ,
though I could distinctly sec her hands
move through the light as If It were a
cloud , it began to assume human form.
We saw the arms , bands and legs all
molded and Dually the face and head
gear. She next called for a light , and ,
the candles being relighted , there stood
nn utter stranger , a native seemingly ,
evolved out of eloudland. He stepped
forward and grasped me by the liniid.
Ills hands were moist , as If with per
spiration , and he was a very healthy
After he had talked and drunk a
glass of arrack he took his place beside
the woman again and began to whirl
about. The lights were dimmed , but
not so that we could not see , and in n
few minutes the tlgure began to fnde ,
soon assuming the appearance of a
pillar or form of light and then attach
ing itself to the woman and seemingly
being absorbed by her. All this was
done In a very short space of time be
fore the eyes of at least CO people and
not ten feet from myself. The girl ap
peared greatly exhausted afterward.
Humor * of the I.niv.
In a recent bankruptcy case , In
speaking of justices of the peace , they
are said to be "otllcers by no means In
fallible , frequently Innocent of law and
actually sometimes known to construe
the abbreviation atll.\ designating their
olllce , M. IV to mean 'Judgment for
plaintiff. ' "
A federal court , In explaining that
the functions of a charge d'affaires
were not shown by the literal transla
tion of the terms , Illustrated by sayIng -
Ing , "To appoint a person chief builder
could not be understood to invest him
with the ecclesiastical functions of the
pontlfex maxlmus. " Case and Com
A very nice and gentle curate went
to a Yorkshire parish where the parish-
loners bred horses and sometimes rac
ed them. He was asked to invite the
prayers of the congregation for Luck
Gray. He did so , . They prayed three
Sundays for Luck Gray. On the fourth
the clerk told the curate he need not
do It any more.
"Why ? " iihked the curate. "Is she
dead ? "
"No , " said the clerk ; "she's won the
The curate became quite n power In
John Gillilan of Lincoln Slain
by Robbers ,
DODY IS FOUND NEAR HIQ HOME.
Clothe * Nearly Torn Off Hla Person
In Terrible Struggle Shots Rouoo
Neighborhood and Two Men Run
Away Bloodhounds on Trial ,
Lincoln , Aug. 23. John Qlllllan , n
former member of the Nebraska legis
lature and onu of thu most prominent
business men of Lincoln , was shot and
killed shortly after 11 o'clock last
night by Unknown men , Biipposcily
footpadH. Iliu body wnu found on a
residence street within three blocks
of his homo. I to was shot in the breast.
There were murks uf n struggle , his
coat and shirt being nenrly torn olT
him and papers from the pockets were
scattered along the walk. Residents
on thu street said they heard a num
ber of Hhots and two men later were
neon running. The victim was un
The police hnve not the slightest
doubt that the murder was the result
of an attempted holdup. Their theory
wan that the men , knowing about the
tlmu Mr. Gillilan would leave his of
fice , lay In wait and when he rcslfltcd
an attempt to rob , they shot him , but
lied before securing any valuables.
Ills watch and some money was found
in bin pockets.
At midnight bloodhounds were taken
to the scene and started In the direc
tion that neighbors think the footpadH
ran. 12very available policeman In the
city Is working on the case.
Mr. Gillilan was 45 years of age and
leaves a family. He had been a lead
ing business man of Lincoln for 20
MILLIONAIRE MINER SHOT.
Saloon Keeper at Cripple Creek Uses a
Shotgun With Fatal Effect.
Cripple Creek. Colo. . AUK. 23. Sam
Strong , the millionaire mine owner ,
was shot and killed yesterday by Grant
The shooting took place in the New
port saloon , owned by Crumley.
Strong , with three friends , had been
out all night at various gambling sa
loons , and at Crumley's had made a
winning. John Neville Strong's fnth-
cr-ln-law , and Crumley , got Into an
altercation. Ucllevlng his fathor-ln-
law was In danger , Strong drew a re
volver. Crumley Jumped behind the
bar , grabbed a shotgun and blew a
hole through Sam Strong's head. He
pave himself up to the police a few
Sherman Crumley , Grant's brother ,
was shot In the thigh last night by
William Tromback In a quarrel over
a bet. His wound IB not serious.
The Crumley brothers owned the
hack In which Adjutant General Tars-
ney of Colorado was kidnaped at Colorado
rado Springs during the Dull Hill war
Strong formerly owned the famous
mine nt Victor which menrs his name ,
and ho had other valuable properties
In the Cripple Creek district.
Funeral of Noted Iowa Woman.
Marahalltown , la. , Aug. 23. The fu
neral of Mrs. Nennie Sanford Chapln
occurred yesterday. She was one of
the best known Iowa women. She
published several newspapers In Town
and In California and a number of
small books. She was one of the earli
est advocates of woman suffrage and
was actlTO In organization. She hold
a position at Washington several years
and published a volume on her experi
ences there. She had been a corre
spondent for lending Iowa papers nt
one time or another for many years.
Oil Fire Burns Itself Out.
Philadelphia , Aug. 23. The fire
which started at the works of the At
lantic reiinery at Point Breeze , has
burned Itself out. Vice President
Lloyd estimates the loss at about $500-
000. Fourteen tanks , containing about
200,000 barrels of oil , wore destroyed.
Ono pumping station and thousands of
feet of pipe were rendered useless ,
but the most Important machinery Ic
Archbishop Keane Indisposed.
Dubuque , la. , Aug. 23. Late advices
from Archbishop Kenno are that his
home coming will be delayed a month
or more. Ho Is slightly indisposed in
Germany and he has been advised by
his physicians not to come until after
the hot season. The archblehoD's In
disposition Is not serious and there
is no ground for alarm.
Two Killed at Anadarko.
El Reno , O. T. , Aug. 23. The latest
from Anadarko states that only two
persons , W. P. Tevls and Felix An-
tone , were killed in tbe storm Wednes
day evening. Daniel Warren of Stark
county , Iowa , was badly bruised about
the back and abdomen , but will re
cover. The damage to property 13
Dubuque Molders Strike.
Dubuque , la. , Aug. 23. The molders
in the McDonald pump factory hav
struck for a 10 per cent advance In
wages. Vlco President Keongh of the
International Molders' union had a
conference with the company and the
latter refused to recognize the union
or to treat with the men as members
Wreck Victims Identified.
Springfield , Ills. , Auc. 23. Two of
the unidentified of the Chicago and
Alton wreck at Prentice have been
Identified at Michael Nolan and Clyde
Vandervorl , both of Chicago. The
men were employed at the watch fac
Gets Out Paper Without Reportere.
Columhim , 6. , Aug. 23. The Press-
Post printers refused to "Hot" nuwa
furnished by a local IICWH bureau , rind
the paper appeared last evening filled
with mlsccllancoiiB matter. The news
depnrtnu'nt of the paper havInK been
abolished , the Now * Writers' union hivn
declared a lockout and the printers de
cided that hereafter they will Bet noth
ing but editorial and advertisements
until the trouble between the propri
etor and the News Writers' union Is
Bottled. The action of the printers is
approved by the local typographical
Turkish Outrages In Armenia.
Paris , AUK. 23. A pro-Armenian
sheet Issued In ParlB asserts that the
Turks have been looting and murderIng -
Ing In the Sassoun district since the
beginning of July and that several Ar
menian villages have been wiped out.
Burglars Get Many Stamps.
Hull , la. , Aug. 23. The postofflco
here was entered by burglars last
night. The safe was blown to pieces
by three explosions and ? 474 In stanipa
and | 150 In money taken.
The 1'riifrNHfir'n KorvnlKht ,
PiufesHor Frederick von Martens ,
who holds the chair of International
law In the St. Petersburg university
and Is a frequent representative of the
I'/ar In legal councils of moment , Is
not a Russian eltl/.en , nor even a Rus
sian subject , but a philosophic German ,
lie Is a notable linguist and author ,
and tit the Venezuela arbitration con
ference In Paris , whole he lead the de
cision of the commission , he had a
pleasant fashion of addressing each
deli-gate In bis own language. One of
the English Juribts wondered bow the
professor was able to keep up his
knowledge of so many modern tongues.
The professor replied : "It Is self de
fense. You see , In case I lose my chair
I wish to be prepared for any oiler you
foreigners may make. " Saturday
A prophet Indeed has no honor In his
own country. An English gentleman
who had gone to Linmtwood on an out-
Ing tour , llndlng himself In need of
books In order to beguile a heavy hour
or two. stepped Into a bookstore of
lluskln's village and asked the lady at
tendant If she had any of the thinker's
books. "Yes , " she replied. "There
were some , but they were not often
asked for. "
Having obtained the book ho desired ,
be asked her what she thought of the
great critic and teacher. Her ideas of
Uuskln's personality were very vague ,
however , and she excused her Igno
rance on the ground that the people
about there did not seem to trouble
much about him. As for herself , she
only knew him ns "the old gentleman
who only hud a clean collar once n
Put' * llnppy WlHh.
Judge So the prisoner hit you on
the head with a brick , did be ?
McCilnty Yis , ycr honor.
Judge But It seems he didn't quite
kill you , anyway.
McGlnty No , bad 'cess to him , but
It's wlshln ho had OI do bo.
Judge Why do you wish that ?
McGlnty Begory , thin OI would
have soon the schomulrel hanged for
murthor ! Chicago News.
Stityliiir nt Home.
A lady residing In North Columbus
meeting a girl the other day who bail
lately boon In her service Inquired :
"Well , Mary , where do you live ,
now ? "
"Please , ma'am , I don't live no
where , " rejoined the girl. "I'm mar
ried. " Indianapolis Journal.
To all whom it may concern : The
commissioner appointed to locate n rene
commencing nt the pouthweht corner 01
section twenty-nine (2 ( ! > ) , township
twenty-tour ( Ul ) north , range one (1 ( ]
west of ( ith p. in. in Madison county
Nebraska , running thence north one ( ! '
mile and terminating at the northwest
corner of section twenty-nine (20) ( ) fame
township and range , has reported ii
favor of the establishment thereof , and
all objections thereto , cr claims for dam
ages , must be filed in the county clerk's
ofllco on or before noon of the 24th day
of September A D. , 1001 , or such road
will be established without reference
thereto. PHIL BAUCH ,
Itoud Notice ,
To all whom it may concern : The
commisFioner appointed to locate a roac
commencing at-the northeast corner 01
section five (5) ( ) township twenty-four
(24) ( ) north , range two (2) ( ) west 6th p. m
in Madison county. Nebraska , rnnuintr
thence south three (3) ( ) miles and termi
natiug at the southeast corner of section
seventeen (17) ( ) , township twenty-four
(24) ( ) north , range two (2) ( ) west of ( ith p
m , has reported in favor of the establishment
mont tlierof , and all objections thereto
or claims for damages , must be filed ii
the county clerk's ofllco on or before
noon of the 17th day of September A D
1001 , or such road will be establishe <
without reference thereto.
PHIL. BAUCII ,
To all whom it may concern : The
commissioner appointed to locate a roat
commencing at the southeast corner o
the northeast quarter of section 4 , town
ship 23 north , range 1 west of Oth p. m.
and running thence west 100 rods mor
or less intersecting with public road
known as the Norfolk and Madison ant
Norfolk and Battle Creek roads , ant
terminating at a point not far east o
southwest corner of said quarter section
in Madison county , Nebraska , has re
ported in favor of the establishmen
thereof , and all objections thereto , o
claims fi/r damages , must be filed in th
county clerk's olllce on or before nee
of the KHh day of October , A.D. 1001 , o
such road will be established withou
reference thereto. PHIL BAUCH ,
OLDEST ESTABLISHED BANKING BUSINESS IN NORTHEAST NEBRASKA
Capital , $100,000.00
Surplus , $20,000.00
Does a General Banking Business.
> uya and Sells Exchange.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Druftb and Money Orders Sold on any Point in Enrope
A General Steamship and Foreign Passage Business Transacted.
. HBA1I , F. P. 1IANLON , F. J. IIALK , W. 11. HUOUHLZ , WM. ZOTJ
H.A. HAINnOL/T. B.B. COTTON
C. W. BRAASCH ,
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Exoluslvc a cnt lor the Celebrated Sweetwater Rock Spring Coal the
best In the market.
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< SEE >
The Norfolk Buiidine and Loan Ass'n
C. B. DURLAND , Secretary.
Our Second Invoice of the
New Fall Creations received
today. They are worthy your f
TT/T TT" FT T *
BABIES CRY FOR IHEAT
AND BREAD MADE FROM
BON TON FLOUR.
Tried You Have Them ? SUGAR CITY CEREAL MILLS
tt Two Dogs over One
Bone Seldom 4gree. "
When two merchants are after
trade in the same community
and one advertises and the
other doesn't , the advertiser
gets the bulk of It
"J This Is assuming that his ads are
well written and placed in the me
dium that beet covers the ground.
This paper Is the medium for
this community If you have
difficulty with your ads consult
us Perhaps we can aid you
We are willing to
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SUGAR BEET FIELDS
M. E. SPAULDINC ,
DEALER IN .
FLOUR , - FEED ,
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DR. N. J. HOAGLAIND ,
Olllce Rooms i and 3 , Bishop Block.
, iKith ncute nml chronic , snccceeful-
ly treated without the life of drugs or knifo. I
will bo afeleted in my oilico by my wife , Stella
Hoimland. All cnlle promptly ouencred at
jour residence or nt my oilico ,
Office Hours :
9:00 : to 13:00 : a. m. i:3o : to 4:30 p. m.
MRS. H. H. HULL
TELEPHONE No. 4 7.
Rooms on North Ninth Street.
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