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10 TFIK NORFOLK XKWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 27 , 1003.
W. N. UUBB. PubllBhr. DAII.V , IKtUblUliml , 1M1 , wi tUy tieetti Bnmlny. I ) ; enrrlflr v r w k , IB etnli , T mall par your , W.OO. , WKKHLY NKWH-JOUHNAI. . Tb N wiMUDlltliml , 1881 , . Th Jonrnal , BitahllMKHl 1871 Ktiry Friday. Hy mull per your , 11.60 , Rntird at the PoitoUloe At Norfolk , Nab , , ni mailer. ftliphonMl Kdltorlal Department , No. M | HnMnoM Olllo * and Job Roomi. No. 1123. \Vhon in doubt , at nud tip for Nobrnu- kinurt buy n farm , When It conioa to n thorough corner ing of nil the Rot-rloh qulck people , John D. Rockefeller nnd J , Plorpont Morgan will certainly not oscnpo. The proas north of the Pint to IN uimnimourt in domnndlng that the Norfolk nnylnm nhnll bo robullt. It looks ns thoagh n lover ns otroiiR us tlmt ought to bo BUflloiont to pry up the necessary npproprlntlou for the work , Orolghtou Uourlor. _ It IB now nnnounood that an Ameri can doctor 1ms ( Uncovered n nncconnful tronttnout of leprosy. Illn experiments wore oonduotod in the leper settlement ut Canton , Ohlim , nnd throe porHoiiH have boon completely uurod , It IB n wonderful achievement. Now if the dootora could but successfully combat tnboronlostH , most of the dreaded dis eases would bo under tholr control. \Vo cannot BOO nny juat reason why the Norfolk asylum should not bo robullt. The fit at o cannot afford to al low no much valuable salvage to go to wantu , nnd the noeda of the Btato call for the inalntenanco of the Norfolk asy lum , both 011 the score of economy and convenience. It Is ono of the few atnto instiiutlons established in the northeast - east part of the Btato , and now an olll- clout waterworks system has been built near it , there la no necessity to add to other institutions and waste BO much of the Btato'a money iu devising now build ing schemes. Kushvillo Recorder , Representative Do Armond of Mis souri la asur wily an expansionist. Ho has introduced n current resolution in congress authorizing the president to ascertain on what terms England will consent to pr.rt with Canada for the purpose of annexation to thia country. It ia n dream that many Americans have entertained for years of some da ; adding Canada to the territory ovoi which the United States will have authority , but the Missouri congress' man is original in his efforts to bring it to pass. 'If England were less satis- fled with Canada nud the people of Can ada had fault to find with the manner iu which they have boon governed by the mother country , the United StatOB would bo much uioro likely to obtain n favorable proposition looking toward annexation. It would bo a flue Btrokc to huvo this country expanded to iu- clndu the whole of North America ox- cept the small portion occupied by the Mexican republic and oven that might bo absorbed when the proper time ar rived. Thou wo could show the world nn empire that wonld bo supreme among them all nnd It is perhaps this thought that would intrude between uogotations with England for Canada. The Governors of Nebraska. The current publication of the torma of office served by the governors of Ne braska since it was admitted into the union presents n record that is worth preserving for its historic value. "Wo give it ns follows : David Butler , 1800-71. "William H. James , 1871-73. Robert W. Pumas , 1872-74. Silas Garbor , 1874 78. Albinus Nance , 1878-83. James W. Dawos , 1883-86. John M. Thnyer , 1800-00. James E. Boyd , 1800-03. . Lorenzo Oronnso , 1803-04. Silas A. Holcomb , 1804-08. W. A. Poyuter , 1808-1000. Charles H. Dietrich , part of 1001. Eza P. Snvago , 1001-03. J. H. Mickey , 1003. One highly interesting feature of this gubernatorial exhibit is the longevity of the governors of thia state. Hero is a list of fourteen , reaching back thirty- seven years Of those fourteen twelve are still living and ready to hold office at the drop of the hat. Only the the first two , Butler nnd James , have gone beyond. For n period of thirty- one years death has not claimed n gov ernor of Nebraska. None have en countered the keen edge of Father Time's sickle. May their years in the laud be many. Ponce de Loon searched in vain foi the fountain of eternal youth. Ho did not fli.d it , because Nebraska was then a t unidentified part of the unknown west. It had not yet been carved oul -of the Louisiana purchase and been made a political sub-division whore men might become governors and live happj ever after. It Is little wonder that , viewing the record , there nre many who seek the glory and perpetual youth of the ex' ecutive chair. Some there are whc have died trying to get into it , bul only two of the whole number who sue ce'eded m reaching it. Long may the governors of Nebraskt wave. Fremont Tribune. Democrats Resolve to Filibuster Until End of Session. BEGIN OBSTRUCTIVE TACTICS. House Wastea Three Hours In Ap proving Journal of the Day Preced ing Finn la Now On to Hold Con tinuous Session Until March 4. WnRhlnRtoti , Feb. 27. Amid BCOIICB which recalled the momornblo nnd exciting - citing days of the Flfty-flrflt congress , when party feeling ran fiercely nnd the hall of representatives resounded with denunciations of the alleged "high-handed mothndfl of the major ity , " Junics J. Duller of Mlauourl was uiiHeated yesterday by the house iind Ocorgo C. U. Wngonor was Heated In hlfl place. The Domocratn had do- elded at their cnucua yesterday mornIng - Ing that If thia case wna called up they would prosecute a nilbuBtor from now until March 4 , regardless of con- Bciiuonctm upon legislation , and the'1 began the tight ns soon na the , gavel foil at noon. Roll call followed roll call and It took over three hourB to approve the Journal of Wednesday's procoedlngn. Then , when the decks were cleared , the caao was called , A nplrltcd debate of two hours followed nnd finally , after repeated roll callfi , the cnao was brought to a vote. The Domocrata then attempted to block things by leaving the hall , but enough absentees finally were brought In to make up the necessary ( iiiorum. The closing chapter was dramatic. Ilalzoll , who was In the chair , refused to recognize a demand for division , nnd Richardson , the minority leader , Blood In hlH place nnd denounced his course In unmeasured terms , amid the Jeers of the Republican sldo. The handful of Democrats present were overridden roughshod and Wagoner was Rented. The Republican leaders , In deciding to force this case to a vote , did so with n perfect realization of the em barrassment which would follow If the Democrats carried out tholr filibuster threats , nnd they have arranged a pro gram to reduce the minority's obstruc tive power to n minimum na far as the appropriation bills are concerned. This Is to bo accomplished by a spe cial rule , which has been tentatively prepared , by which nil'tho preliminary parliamentary stops for getting ap propriation bills with senate amend ments Into conferwnco can bo cut oft. But later In the afternoon Republic ans Interested In the public building bill .threatened to vote against the rule unless It made provision for the bill. This disturbing factor In the situation has not been straightened out. The Republican program also In cludes a proposition to continue the legislative day of yesterday until noon March 4 , In order to obviate the long nnd tedious work of approving the Journal under filibustering tactics. A recess was taken last night Until 11 o'clock today -and a rule has been pre pared which hereafter will give a mo tion to recess precedence over a mo tion to ndjourn. Under the operation of these drastic measures , It Is be lieved that none of the appropriation : llls or other necessary measures will bo jeopardized , but the present Ituatlou undoubtedly sounds the death knell of many minor measures. OPPOSE SIDE APPOINTMENTS. Senators Say They Should Not Bo Members of Commissions. Washington , Feb. 27. The advisa bility and legality of the nppolntrasnt by the president of senators and mem bers on commissions formed the sub- cct of considerable discussion In the senate yesterday. The sundry civil bill was under consideration and Hale , having In mind the amendment which was adopted Wednesday authorizing the appointment of an international monetary commission , started the de bate by calling attention to the fact that the senate had reprobated the policy of appointment of senators on commissions and on ono occasion had refused to confirm two senators nomi nated by the president for such ser vice. During the discussion It was made clear that no reflection was in tended on Ledge and Turner , who have been selected as members of the Alaskan boundary commission. The bill was passed after a number ol amendments had been added to It The senate went Into executive sea elon at 1:40 : p. m. and devoted the remainder of the day to the Pnnamn canal treaty. Blackburn during the ex ecutlve session said tlmt hereafter he would object to any unanimous agree xnonts lo vole on measures until he could be assured that a vote could be called on a motion to consider the an It-trust bill. Senator Hale rospondet by saying that he did not think thai position could be maintained , but Son ntor Blackburn assured him that I would bo. Senator Hoar spoke of nil desire to bring up the conference re port on the bill for the protection o the president and after encounterlni Borne opposition , at last moved to g < Into executive session for the purposi of presenting the report. The motloi prevailed 29 to 20. Senator Morgai ceased his speech In opposition to th treaty almost an hour before the open Ing of the doors. He was not we ] and was excused on that account. Senator Burrows , chairman of th enate committee on privileges an < elections , presented to the senate i protest signed by Rer. J. L. Lelllcl on the case of Senator-elect Reei Smoot of Utah , urging that Mr. Smoc shall not be permitted to take hi eat in the senit . Mr , Mo.Vud'n g | < "ccli. Among l | | ( ? fninoiiH incii of Vlcksburn before the war , one of HID most promi nent \VIIB a Mr. Mi'.N'ull. Two ( iiuiMlii'H marked him out IIH an Individual type. The Ural WIIH his pcrHonnl cowardlci- . BUM inoro Individual WIIH IIH ! power of , Helling iiHldo In liln own favor those prejudice * of the public mind which would have crushed nny oilier man. Ho WUH al one lime u candidate for United StntPH Hunutor. The opposing candidate WIIH General Qultman , In a Hpecch Mi-Null mild : "Fellow cIllzeiiB , 1 underHliind Unit General Qultman IB now In the eastern counties reviewing his mllltln , and that ho Hays when he meets me he Intends to whip me. Now I tell him at thin faro IT distance that If he whips mo It will bo because ho can outrun me.1 , for I have n great horror for the barbarous practice of persona ! violence1. " Such a speech from any other man would have won him the contempt of hlfl listeners , but It was McNull , and people Implied and applauded. "Recol- lections of Mississippi. " InillniiN nail Cltloii hl | > . Indiana who maintain their tribal re lations arc not permitted to vote In any stale. They lire not citizens of the United Stales , bul merely "wards of 1110 nation. " In nil llic stales , we bo- Hove , an Indian who ha severed his tribal relations nnd become n citizen nnel a taxpayer IIIIH n right to vote on 1111 equality with the whites. In lhe > mntte'r of voting the fifteenth amend ment to the constitution prohibits the states from making any discrimination on account of race or color. Our nat uralization IIIWB , for Instance , do not admit Chinamen to naturalization , but the Hiiprcme court has decided that a Chinaman born here Is as much n cltl- zcn na arc the descendants of those who I'limo over with John Smith to Jamestown or with the pilgrim fathers to Plymouth rock. And the Indian ought lo have bettor rights hero than the Chinaman. St. Louis Republic. TrnluliiK HiiMNliiit Policemen. There Is n policemen's college In St. PetcrsbnrK lo train applicants for the force1. There Is n museum combined with the Kchool where the pupils make themselves familiar with the tools of criminals jimmies , drills , chisels nml contrivances for robbing collection boxes , a special field of Russian thieves. The Russian passport system Is studied In detail. The duties of the dvornlks , a sort of assistant police , are taught. They keep watch on the resi dences , report on the habits of lenauts , their visitors , examine the papers of newcomers and ellrcct them to report themselves at the police station. The members of such n clever and compli cated system need careful instruction. . A Curlonltr of Sound. If when riding In n balloon , at a height , say , of 2,000 feet , n charge of guncotton be ilred oleclrlcally 100 feet below the car , the report , though really ns loud ns a cannon , sounds no more than n mere pistol shot , possibly partly owing to the greater rarity of the air , but chlelly because the sound , having no background lo reflect It , simply spends Itself in the tilr. Then , always and under nil conditions of atmosphere soever , there ensues absolute sllcnc'u until the lime for the echo back from artn lias tuny elnpscu , wncn a elcar- 'iiliiK ' outburst of thunder rises from below , rolling on often for more than itilf a minute. Why He Uhlii't Cull. You elon't call on Miss Cutting nny nore , I hear , Blobber ? " " . " .No. "Did she rejejct you ? " "Not exactly , but when I first began calling there was a mat at the door ivlth the word 'Welcome' woven in it. and a motto on the wall that read Let Us Love One Another. ' Later 1 noticed that the doormat was changed for one that said 'Wipe Your Feet , ' and n motto declaring that 'Early to Bed nnd Early to Rise Make a Man Healthy , Wealthy nnd Wise' had the place ot the other. " Prnlne. Nate Salsbury and Bill Nye were great friends. When Hie humorist firsl engaged In newspaper work in New York city and took n house on Staten Island , the showman went to dinner with him. Nye exploded some new stories , and Snlsbury. turning to his host's little-girl , said : "Very clever papa you've got , my dear. " "Yes , " responded the demure little miss , "when there's company. " Impertinence. Mr. Todgers Why have you sent Maria , the servant girl , awny so sud denly ? You told me yesterday that she was the best girl you ever had. Mrs. Todgcrs She's an impertinent hussy. I wanted to borrow her go loshes , and she said she was afraid I couldn't get them on ! At n nnnrdlnir Home. Stout Man ( whose appetilo has been the envy of his fellow boarders ) I de clare I have three buttons off my vest. Mistress of the House ( who has been aching to give him a hint ) You will probably find them in the dining room , sir. No Uoiibtn About K. "How do you know it is rheuma tism ? " asked his friend. "You haven't seen a doctor. " "I know what it is , all right , " replied the victim. "Rheumatism Is ono of these things that don't need an intro duction. " A Frenk Glnnt. Manager of Sho\v Have I got n va cancy for n giant ? Why , you don't look five feet I Candidate Yes , that's Just It. I'm the smallest giant on record. Luncheon In Honor of Francis. London , Feb. 27. Lord Lonadowna , the foreign secretary , yesterday gav n luncheon In honor of ex-Governor David R. Frnnclfl , president of the St. Louis exposition , nt Lansdowne house , Berkeley square , llilo city. Tlicrc Are Other * . Old Kinder Well , how do you like your profession ? Young Emdce Profession is 0. Iv. , It's llic practice I'm kicking about Town nnd Country. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury na mercury will miroly destroy the House of Binoll and completely dornngo the whole system when entering it through mucous surfaces. Such nr- tlolcs sluuld never bo used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians , na the elnmago they will do is tun fold to the good you cnn possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure , man ufactured by P. J. Cheney & Co. , Toledo , O , contains no mercury , nud is taken internally , noting directly upon the blood nud mucous surfacrs of the system. Iu buying Hall'a Catarrh Care bo sure you get tbo genuine , It ia taken internally and made in Toledo , Ohio , b F. ,1. deny d Co. QeHi- moniala free , Sold by druggisls , price 7C centa per bottle. Hull's Family Pilla ore the best. To Cure n Cold In Onn Day. Take Laxative Bronio Quinine Tab- lota. This signature ou overybox , 25 conta. JR. ) N. J. HOAGLAND , Osteopathlc Physician. DleoneeB both ncnte nnd chraulo enrcoBsfallj treated without UBO of drtiKBor knife , Pliouo No. F 54 , Olllco'at resident : ' , 109 North 10th Street , Norfolk Nebraska gESSIONS & BELL Umkrtnliprs nnd E Sessions Hllc. . Norfolk Ave. Norfolk , N brnnh . BERTHA AHLMAN , PHYSICIAN Phone 107. forJLadles and Children JLIIV | | nniuuuu v u 11 IIIJL. Aiiivj u may bo leased by private parties at nny time for reasonable prices. Ladies wel come nt any time. N.E. WILKINSON & SON. MILLARD GREEN , DRBY and YMN8PER LINE Piano Moving a Specialty. Phone 08. Calls Promptly Answerer ) . PLU Steam and Hot Water Heating. First doorJ.South of News Office. II ASSOCIATION [ will build yon a on easy payments. Come and see us. C. U. DTJHLAND , Secretary A complete course of Instruction in preparation for Letter Carrier Exami nation , sent by mail complete , $5.00. Most successful system in the U. S. THE SUCCESS SYSTEM , SPRINGFIELD , MASS. M. E.ISPAULDINC , DEALER IN FLOUR FEED , - , TELEPHONE : : NO. 35 W. II. nUOnOLB , IWdent. ALEX. DEAR , Vice Pmldtnt. E. W.Zuti. Caihler I NORFOLK NATIONAL BANK le Oldest Established Bank In Northeasl&Nebraska , ' Capital , $100,000.00 Surplus , $20ooo.oa Does a General Banking Business , Buys aud Sells Exchange. Interest Paid'on Time Deposits. Drafta nnd Money Orders Sold on any Point in EuropeJ. A'Goneral Steamship and Foreign Passage Business Transacted. A. BEAR , F. P. HANLON , F. J. HALE , W. H. BUOHOLZ. . , WM. ZUTZ , N. A. RAINBOLT , S. S. COTTON. G. W. BRAASCH O O COAL ! O Sweetwater Eock Spring. o Scranton Hard Coal , r 'PHONE Ql. . 1"M"I"H"I-I"I"I"1"1"I"1"I"I-I-I-I-H'I"M"M"1"I-1"H ' I 111 M Get What You Ask for at UHLE'S ' GROCERY . ALL ORDERS are filled promptly und with care. Our goods are FIRST-CLASS in every particular We know precisely what is wanted by our custom ers. , , < V8I We aim to Give you the Best Value for Your Money. South side Main St. , between 2d and Sd. Telephone 41. Q. A , LDIKAUT , W. H , JOHNSON , CABHIBB , CHA8. 8. BBIDQB , VICE PRESIDENT. LEO PASEWALK , ABS'T The Citizens National Bank. Capltnl , $50,000. Surplus , 810,000. Bay and sell exchange on this country and all parts of Europe , Farm Loans. Director * . GAEL ABUUS , W II. JOHNSON , CHAS. S. BBrcoE. F. McGivnni.v , G. M BWANK. Q , A. LninAUT. T. F MEMMINOEB. L. SESSIONS , . .TRY THE , Daily News Job Department Baiiroad end Business Directory. . C * < + > C o o CO ! * O 4-M Cfl 2 K. R. IIMUABIL Fremont , Elkhorn & Mo. Valley EAST. DEPART. Omuha Passenger 6:03am Chicago Express 12 : < 0pm EAST. ABB1VE , Chicago Express 7:30 p m Omalm Passenger 12:40 p m WEST. DIPABT. Black llills rixpross 7:50pru Verdlgre Passenger 12:40p m Verdlgro Accommodation 8:20am : WEST. ABBIVB. Black Hills Express 12:20 p m * Verdtgre Passenger 6.-03am Verdlgre Accommodation 7:10pm : The Chicago and Black Bill > Express arrives and departs from Jnnotion depot. The Omaha and Verdlgre trains arrive arid depart from city depot. H. 0. MATBAU , Agent. Union Pacific. SOOTH. DEPABT. . Colnmbns Accommodation SKXp m Omaha , Denver and Pacific Coast 1100 a m NORTH. ABBIVB. Columbus Accommodation 11:45 : a m Omaha , bonver and Pacific coast 9KXpm Connect ; at Norfolk with F. , E & M. V. going west and north , and with the 0 , Bt , P. M , & O. for points north and east. J. B. ELSEFFEB , Agent. Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha. EAST. DEPABT. Slonx Rity and Omaha Paeeeoger. . . . 6:30 am Sioux MtyPassenger l:00pm : WKBT. ABBIVE. dloux City Passonuor lOtfOam Blocx City and Omaha Passenger 7:25 : p m Connects at Norfolk with F. , E. & M. V. going west and north , and with the D. P , for points sonth. J. B. ELSEFFEB , Agent. Daily except Sunday. Ml OSTEOPRTHIC PHYSICIUH. Graduate of American School of Osteo pathy , under founder of the science. Residence and office , 307 Madison Ave. Hours Iroin 0 a.m. to 4 p. m. Nortl-fctern Line F. E. tM.V. R. R , is the best to and from the great SUGAR BEET FIELDS oi North Nebraska. J.B.HERMANN , Contractor and Builder 117 Fourth Street. Al. E. SPAULDINQ , Flour and Feed 411 Norfolk Avenue. Cbespeit and Best. Norfolk Avenue J. W. EDWARDS WOKE GCAEANTKED. Cor. Braaech ave and 4th St. jThe Norfolk Horseshoe C.R.SEILER Livery . .and Sale Stable Braucri Avenue I and Third St. PHONE 44