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ROBINSON WINS OUT
Vomplftn lUturiiK live the 1iulon
Cnntlltlnt for Cnngrtt 1lurnllty
of 171 Vote
Complcto returns on congressman in
this district give Robinson fusion 175
plurality over Hays republican The
pluralities in the various counties uro as
follows
Hays Robinson
Antelope
loono 0
liort -10
Cedar 1I
Colfax ilSi
Cuming iM
DotlKO CI
Dixou V
Dakota 115
Knox IT
Madison 105
Merrick 1811
Nanco lail
Thnrston ltt
Wayne 1T5
Platte filiO
Pierce HI
Btnnton SKI
liiSt 1TG
TUESDAY TOPICS
Dr A Hear is nu Omaha visitor
Dr O 13 Little of lilooinflcld is a city
visitor today
T F Meinmiuger of Madison was a
city visitor last night
The Shakespear club mut with Kov
J J Parker last night
Mr and Mrs W II Ilutterneld re
turned last night from Chicago
A party of young people drove in from
Uega last evening to see Uncle Toms
Cabin
W C Gilmoro left yesterday for
Gleunwood Iowa to visit his mother
who is very sick
Mrs N A Rainbolt and Mrs W II
liucholz were passengers for Omaha on
the early train today
Mr and Mrs G T Sprechor are
moving into the Ed Marple house west
of the residence they formerly occupied
Harry Thompson very pleaBautly en
tertained a company of young friends
last night at the home of his parents in
the Heights
Mr and Mrs E E Coleman are
guests at the home of Mr and Mrs 1
D Larrabee while getting settled in
thtir new homo in Hillside Terrace
After n coupla of days of Iudian sum
mer the weather this morning assumed
a winterish aspect with low lying
clouds driving down belore a chill
norwester
The next attraction billed for the
Auditorium is the Mallory Theater com
pany presenting a list of popular dramas
nnd comedies November lo 1G and 17
with one matinee The company be
gins here Thursday night with His
Excellency the Governor at popular
prices
Chas Litchfield of Chicago who has
been visiting the Litchfield children
here in Norfolk for several days returned
this morning Mr Litchfield is a con
ductor on tho Illinois Central which
capacity he has filled for 22 years He
made each of the boys Robbie and
Frank a present of a gold watoh
The Hebron Journal savs that Al
bert Deguer of Friedensau it will be
noted that it is not Albert Deguer of
Norfolk has been confined to his bed
for two weeks and is still sufforing from
n severe hog bite on his left leg He
was attempting to drive the hog into a
pen when it attacked him with the
above result inflicting a wound four
inches long and quite deep
Under the direction of T E Moolick
tho aluminum street signs recently re
ceived are being placed Norfolk avenue
from First to Eighth street has been
duly labeled the signs being attached to
tho corners of buildings where they
stood close enough to the streets From
Eighthjstreet west and on other avenues
the signs will be placed on poles which
have been purchased for the purpose
N A Rainbolt has opened a law and
real estate oilice in C W LeMonts
office rooms When Mr Rainbolt en
gaged in tho banking business ho went
from a law office and naturally returus
to his old avocation as a change that
will be restful Iu his connection with
the bank he has handled considerable
real estate and is perhaps as well posted
on the situation in that Hue as any one
in the city His success iu tho venture
is therefore assured from tho start
Pierce Leader The local football
team is going to get in practice and may
play a game in obout two weeks with
Niobrara players Negotiations for a
gamo on Thanksgiving are also pending
with Plainviow to be played at Norfolk
if arranged for About 2fi00 sheep
wore brought up from Norfolk Tuesday
and taken to the Dull ranoh north of
town They will be fed there this
winter the owner hiving bought a por
tion of tho clover hay raised on the
ranch this year
The Musio Students club met with
Miss Nelle Gerecko last night 10
members beiug present The club indi
cated by a unanimous vote that they
favored program No 1 of I lines selec
tions for Thanksgiving niBt here
The topic of the meeting was Syncopa
reunion liitlopomlontHllvor lloiiitillriiu Domnrrnt
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tliiirlcK It IjIiupoii Prohibition I
Ilniiil McMlilioii Soclnliht
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Krmik Noiliniili NmcIiiIIM
W Shirko Miil ltimil Piipiilial
Ton Anm init or Pi Accoi n
Cluirlon Wofton Itopiililliiui
Tlii oiluroUrioMi P I Sll Hop Horn
WIIhii Hroillo Pioliiliilioii
3 V Ault Snrliilihl
Jnme M Tajlor Mill Itiiiul PopuliM
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Williiuii Slmitiir Itnpiililirnii
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IMuiml Itntowiitor Il Politioi
W V Allen
W M Holioitum
Koll oMIKISSM S TlllKII DlMlltUT
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John S liiiliintMiii P 1 Sil Hop Dtnii
Isiiiuli liKhtlior Prohibition
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Jnlin F Hojil Itopiililicnu
DoukIiih Ciiimm P 1 Doiu
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W V YiniiiK Itpulilinin
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P K ininiurniiiu I Donincrat
Joflopli A Trillock II Petition
Foil Coi n r An iiiumi
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Krtiil II Froo Democrat P I
I OU V OLN 11 LOMMlSIONIHMKt OSI 1JISI Itltr
A L Cnrtor Itupiibliciu
II W Wintor Doniocrat P I
roit Ahhihsok
li J IlriioKKoniiiii
Herman Guroka
Kou Jus in tM ok iiii lit i
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Foil COSSI MILLS
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VU8 Ludwig KoonigsteiuH oriptnal nr
raiiBeiiiunt Homo Sweet Hoino and
Ou tho Bauksof tho Wubnsh iu rag
rime to illustrato i form of syncopation
Miss Gerecko favored tho club with a
vocal selection
The presentation of Uncle Toms
Cabin last night by Al V Martins
mammoth compauy was unquestionably
the best ever given in Norfolk Tho
compauy was well fitted with special
THE NORFOLK NEWS THURSDAY NOVHMRKR l 1900
OERCIAL COUNT OF VOTE CAST IN MADISON COUNTY NOV 6 1900
CAN 11 OATHS
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WEDNESDAY WRINKLES
lndgo J 13 Barnes is a visitor iu
Omaha
Dr Alden of Pierce is a Norfolk visi
tor today
R A Stewart was a pashonger for
Ewiug last night
Dr H G Leiseuring of Wayuo is a
Norfolk visitor today
John 11 Hays has returned from his
scenery and some of tho actors were tnP t0 1l8 Mc ines Iowa
above the average The characters of Mrs A Warner of Oukdale was shop-
Uncle Tom Legree Topsy Eva aud ping in Norfolk yesterday
oneor two others were good while
some were very poor Ou tho whole
however the play was satisfactory
The Auditorium was filled with one of
tho largest crowds yet in the building
aud at times they were deeply impressed
One of the best and natural features of
the play wore the mauy colored people
taking part
Pender Republic We desire to drop
a word of warning to all tho readers of
the Republic concerning tho prevalence
in the southern and eastern part of this
comity of a contagious disease commonly
called the Cubauitch but which iu fact
has been pronounced nothing less than
small pox by quite a number of tho best tuo 8tute imiverhity
pliysicians iu Jiurt and Uiiuung counties
A good many person have been nlllicted
with it and some few have died among
whom we are told wus Collier Learning
who Bonie years ago was employed in
this ollico The disease is generally
mild but it leaves tho patients marked
in a good many cases with the inevitable
marks so peculiar to that disease and so
much dreaded by everyone
KntH Wanted
We want an active agent iu Norfolk
and vioinity to represent the largest
evergreen nurseries in the Uuited States
A full line of hardy fruits shade and
ornamental trees shrubs etc Four
plaus pay weekly Address at once
The Euhn NuitSEiiiBS Elgin 111
I utter llHt
List of letters remainiug uncalled for
at tho postoftlco November 151 1500
Moms Rasinessen Frank Piatt John
Andrews J E Bernhardt Win Blair
Hulvor Bjorusou B E Brown 2
John Halway James Innos Mrs Emma
Kotell G May E Mibo Tuo Richert
Tueodoro M Ritchie Frank Amy
Julius Zilmer Harvy Clark Emnia
Cotel Mexandor Organ O Swigert
Frank Smith Gustav Sohrooder Mrs
Nora Clayton D D GrifUth Joseph H
Williams Mrs Emma Thornton Carl
Willey
If not called for in 10 days will bo
sout to the dead letter ofllco
Parties calliug for any of the above
pleiihosay advertised
P F SlKKCIIKK P M
C W LeMont is moving his ofllco
fixtures to the Verges building opposite
tho poBt office and will continue iu tho
tionttndthe feuture of the evening iusurance and real estate business
Miss Nettie Dorch was a Norfolk vis
itor yesterday from Stanton
Miss A M Hornby was a visitor in
the city yesterday from Stanton
Chas Davis of Randolph was a busi
ness visitor yesterday in Norfolk
M D Tyler and Burt Mapos went to
Bloomfield on the early train today
Mr and Mrs Gottleib Btiettner of
Madison aro visitors iu tho city today
E 11 Luikart of Battle Creek was a
pasbonger from Norfolk to Lincoln yes
terday
Ernest Bridge has been promoted to
positiou of corporal in his company at
Senator W W Young of Stanton is
in Norfolk today receiving tho congrat
ulations of his tnondh
Mif s Myrtle Wuldron of Lincoln ib ex
pected here this week to spend some
time with her sister Mrs D J Koenig
stoiu
John Koonigstoin has sold M acres of
his laud southeast of the city to Fred
Rauteuberg the consideration being 10
per acre
The niue mouthsold sou of Mr and
Mrs Frauk Tanuehill who reside south
of the city died Monday and the funeral
was held yesterday
Dr A Bear went to Council Bluffs to
meet Mrs Bear aud the children on
thoir return from an extended visit at
Richmond Va They returned home
last night
G W Box came in yesterday from a
four months trip through Nebraska
Colorado Wyoming aud South Dakota
He will leave tho first of December for a
trip through Iowa
R E Talleut general agent for
Black Hills or Last Hunting Grounds
of tho Dukotas a story of tho Collins
Russoll expedition of i years ago is iu
tho city and will canvass for tho salo of
the work
Carl Wilde has sold a lot on South
Fifth street to Adam Kost who will
build a residence Mr Kost has sold
ItiO acres of his laud to his son William
of Clearwater who will come hereto
live
Mrs O B Durlaud oiid daughter
Dorothy and Mrs Graham and grand
daughter Lena Stewart aro expected
tonight from Middletowu N Y Mrs
Durluud visited there about 10 wetks
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The teachers of the public Hchools
lire taking turn about in visiting the
other rooms of tho schools Miss Mason
supplying Koch teacher is given an
entire day day to visit and thus acquires
a knowledge of other teachers methods
which will undoubtedly prove mutually
helpful in the work
Tho Omaha market is showing
denceof tho approach of Thanksgiving in
tho oppearanco of turkeys cranberries
oysters and other prerequisites to the
proper observance of tho day During
tho next couple of weeks turkeys by the
thousond will bo distributed through
tho Omaha markets
The concert given last evening at tho
First Congregational church for the
benefit of tho Sunday school was at
tended by a large crowd of ptople
Music was furnished by C J Chapmans
gniphophono and Miss Nelle Gorocko
sang two numbers Tho receipts from
tho entertainment were very satisfac
tory
The Madison Chronicle has tho best
election story It says In Giove
precinct a curious ballot was cast which
showed tho extreme intelligence of the
voter It was a blank 1 allot without
any printing of any kind on it but u
bore the signatures of the judges The
voter looked it over and made a enihS
under the judges names
It is reported tlmt tho station agent at
Johnstown is suffering from an attack
of Hitall pox and tho depot has been
quarantined Meanwhile tho railroad
company has improvised a depot from a
box car and tho business is being con
ducted without tho aid of either tho
siiuion ageui or uepot i nere aro a
number of cases of small pox in tho
state but the diseaso is either not of a
malignant form or medical science has
so thoroughly demonstrated its ability
to cope with it that no alarm is felt by
tho citizens Fifteen or twenty years
ago a few cases of small pox would have
almost created n panic
Some hoodlum removed one of the
streot signs at the corner of Main and
First streets sometime during last night
The sign had just been placed yesterday
It was put at a height of 12 feet and tho
law breaker who removed it must have
been at considerable inconvenience to
perform what ho probably considered a
very cute trick If apprehended tho
joke will probably not bo of such a
laughable character as it was a niisdo
nieanor and punishable as such The
city council will probably take some
spoeiul action at its next meeting and
may pass an ordinance with tho object
of punishing the performance of such
tricks severely Tho action though not
creating any large damage provoked
considerable indignation on the part of
all enterprising citizeus who learned of
it and they would have been highly
pleased had the perpetrator been caught
and given the limit of the law
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With Almont Complete Returns
He Has 1 000 Plurality
MKINLEYS MAJORITY 7000
Metmtilit liilrm tboof h Itpobtli hi to
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comliiK In slowly All but live conn
ties me tcpoitud nu piesldetit niitl
these will not clump- inoie Hum 100 oi
VMJ either way the temilt ae then On
the tetutiiH liihnlnliil Mi Mnlcy hits n
liluiullt1 of StN Theie Ih imw no
muie tUmbt iiboiil the icsult on the
1100 nnd lrOO in the iciimiH em
In in eil In Hie itible six counties tniws
Int Iiiih it pltiialltv of 1 TJJ
Custer county In tint I tit lutletl but It
Is known that It only uun Ioi titer a
1lin ulltv of 111 un iigNliiMl almost II Ml
two vents ago Tim leglHhituie will
he Itcpulillfiiu by u mile working inn
Jtultv In both hoilscH IiihiiiIiic the Hoc
tloii of two Kepubllcan Inlted SIiiIch
eennloiN although thiee or lour tl Im
tiictu in c still In tluuut
The World llniald snyi The cor
rrcW il returns lioiu H4 i ouulleH give
Foynter 1071141 and Dlelilch 1071101
Ihe iciuitiulug six counties which In
18118 polled HllOO votcH two yen is ago
gitvo Poynlcr it plurality ol tll With
the sumo peiceuttige of loss Hint hits
obtained In the enuiilles that have thus
fur reported HiIh would be ictlticetl lo
1170 or barely enough to offset the lead
of IMS Hint now Klniuls to the credit
of Dleltieh In view of his It Is evl
dent Hint it will tcqtllre Hie Html te
turns to ileleimliie the icsult So fin
ins the lest of the state ticket Ih con
cerneil the ciiudltliitcH on either hIiIc
run behind the respective IiciuIh of the
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Louisville Nov This morning the
oiiiier louinal with leturns from all
but 11 of the I SSI precincts In Ken
tucky puts Bryans majority at 7800
mill lleckhamh ut llfl Thc c 11 pre
eliicts un sparsely sctlcld and gave
In the lat stitle election combined It
ii lliiit ti iniijorltles of less than rK
John W Yerkes ftep candidate for
governor left last night for his home
In Danville
Louisville Nov f With returns
from all but IM out of I SS 1 precincts
the Courier luuiiiiil puts Bryans ma
jority at 80H him Het Uhams at fiOOO
The missing prcclud have been taken
Into account In this result The Ue
pulillcins now Halm that mnjoiitics
will be shown for McKlnley and
when the returning board can
vitsecs the vote at Franklin t which
It will tlo three weeks from election
day The returning board Is Deino
cratit it ml the legislature is also Dem
ocratic Kx Covernor lames H Mc
Crcary who managed the Democratic
campaign closed the lit adquaiteis
last night
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ivngirMauiiMi In the rlrst unit Mceotitl l III lieiml rnini I nm In
unci th rtiHluiilNtii In tint Thlul fonneil Hint over HIO liiillot i went
font til nrth niitl Sixth The leilw l enunleil lii Coehel eleetlon onieerx
lutillfi th icluiUN un Milch ttir lint Miroiiplioiil Hie Mtnte on net oiinl of
let completed will prolmtilv Hlittul MHiiI ei IihIi mIIIIoh
We lune llsitiiered thill not titilv
pyitfiualli liniiils haw been pitu llenl
till oer the lute Inn In noinc t untitle
theie wus wholexnlo exclusion of vol
cry flout the polls
NIGHT CLASSES
IIikIM I Iii AmII IIPNiinliiK iiiiir
The N
Mini 11 lid n nil li
M O I Ih niiild iilt minium
Itlltllt M III ltVJ f j I 1II I
Mule lltkel than Ihete Is tin MeKlnler K m
though DlellihN pluuillty will b J1 H ttll Uh the
iiuii h smiillfi All but Huee iouuIIch mlt Tm Kinleestil
it polled olhilnl oi un III Inl ntitl It ml experjeiiceil teueliers
tin the line or lliete ivlurns I eli kit niv Hciiicd unit tho enrollment
hits it pluiitlll of a tew less llniii HIM students is the one pti I of the plans
Tlw thiee count les Itoiii which ti tit It not completed
lug bus ben hint tl luxt ytin guie lie The plan Is to havo foiirelasses n week
publican pluinlltiis nnd can be counted taught iu the evening finni Htoi giving
oil to bllnir the lolttl between
un to mi nmiitiiMiit i n i
KM Vlll I HIM I 1 I I I I I I I I II Ill l I I
vvotlt during Ihe day to complete theli
education in ptattu al school biitnchoH
al night
Those who would be inteiesled in
Mich a plnn and would like to avail
themselveHof tho oppoilunily alltirdetl
to oliluin au idttcalion an- tlesiied to
meet al tho Y M I hull in tho
Mast block Fiiduy evening November
Hi to Inlli ovei the plans with the com
initteo
I SlSMONH
W W lliitiiirs Ilesident
General Secretary
bar zibn Immigrants
I ii nl Y fI Iiiii miiiIkin iiii Strmner
lunil Ihnliil lllnif
in 1 1 1 ly llltlm II ill i lliiHlw
rhlhitlelphlii Nov M Twenty live
IlllliiigtiiulH who clime liete us Nilooll
ptiHeugeis on II e American Hue steam
or Wucshiutl wen denied admission
to this coiiuliy bv it boitid of IiiijiiIiv
of tho United SlMlos Immigration eoui
inlssloueiH ou the ground that they had
violated the contiiict labor law The
paitv insisted of six men two women
anil 17 clnlilicn Under euiinliiiitlnii
the in mil women admitted that
they wele ItiieuuikelH null clinic from
Heaston a small ttin iiufiut itrliif tovrti
near Niittliighuin Kng It was proved
that Hist cIiins pitHHiiso had lieon paid
for them by John Alexander Dowie
the divine healer of Chicago who
Ih about to found a city called Aon
near Waiikegnn Ills whcie he Intends
to cHlnhllsh a luce producing plant
The board learned also that n complete
liiccuiuMug plant Ik also on the way
bete The hoard decided that the Im
migrants shall be depot ted
WORK OF LIFE SAVERS
Sill Intend Uliiliill Hnliniltn llli An
niml Id it lo htirrtiirv illfr
Wtishlngton Nov H I Kimball
general supei Inteiulent of the life sav
lug servlte iu his annual report to
Seeietary age says Ihut at the close
of the tibial year the establishment
cinbniteil id stntioiiH lt being on the
Atlanlic IS ou the lakes IH ou the
racillc ami one at the falls of the Ohio
at Louisville Ky
The number of disasters lo docu
un ntcd vessels within the field of opet
ut Ions of ihe service during the year
was Ull Theie vvete on boa id those
vessels ljrr persons of whom li07
weie shvetl ami IS lost Six bundled
and seventy thiee shipwrecked persous
received succor at the stations The
est limit nl value of the vessels iu
volved In disaster was fi Ii7r00 nnd
of thrir cut goes i34200 making a
totnl value of property Imperiled iff
4 701 HO Of thlH amount MTMUW
was saved and fLliIViOO lost The
number of vessels totully lost was 01
THE HOST
ATTRACTIVE COUNTRY
TO THH
FARHER STOCKRAISE
MANUFACTURER INVESTOR
Is that traversed by the
Louisville
and
Nashville
Railroad
The
Orml Ccnlrrl 5oullicrn Trunk Line
in Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mis
sissippi Florida where there are splen
did ohances for everybody to make
money
Come aud seo for yourselves
Half Fakk Kxciitsioxs Pikst ani
TlllKD TUKSUAYb Or KVKKY MONTH
Printed matter majis aud all informa
tion free Address
R J WEMYSS
He said that lie had heard from CienfrnJ immigration and Indnstria
jialyn chulrinen In eery coiiuty In the
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